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MAYSVILLE, KY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER See that your neighbors register. L. and N. ONE CENT. Gunut GutiHt GuhhI g Great number of counterfeit silver dollars are In circulation In the East. They are lighter than the genuine A counterfeiter who mukes coins with silver as low as at present Is toe penurious to live. light-weig- ' M V. I.W J .Vii IV V w ,t; 4V r Relew Is a partial list of the fairs te be held have received our fall sleck of Imported Shotguns, single and double, lu Kentucky this year: Glasgow, September 27th I days. -a Btrlke yesterday at Louisville. at Hopklnsvllle and probably fatally Injured. and Ullles of different make. We have madee Hartferd, September 27th 1 duys. prices en guns lower than ever offered te ena-biGermantewu, October 11th 4 days. . us te convert thorn Inte mouey. New Is DIED TOO SOON. Jee Williams was murdered nt Win-DetFive men were injured in a freight the time te buy a gun for cash. See our stock Kansas City Star. Veor old Dem Chester by Hcury Yutes. en the Itlchmend Division of the Ken- of guus and be convinced. wreck colored. Goeil Scrvtrc. Te accommodate the large World's Fair tucky Central. Pedre of Brazil didn't live leug enough Fhank Owens Haiidwake Ce. travel the Chesapeake aud Ohie trains Nes. 1 Themas Weed Is the Republican candite say; "I told you se." and 2 will new run through, without change, The Fleming County Grand Jury hns date for Representative In Fleming county. IAnt of AitvvrtlHC.it Letter. all cars between Washington and Chicago ever returned six Indictments against parties for Hclew Is a list of letters remaining uncalled the Chcsapoake aud Ohie and Rig Fourreutes. The greater number of the buildings violation of the Prohibition Law. for at the Maysvllle Postelllco for the week IF THE WORST COPIES. vSTIf you have friend vtettlnv wen, or if vnu recently burned et Owlngsvllle will be rebuilt ending September 2flth, 1893: JtejtrcHcntattvcH Chesen. Indianapolis News. Senater Vorhees ai eynUigau.au en a vUlt. vlcate drop una note at once. Rev. I'AULl'iucEef Chlcace, the Adams, Chris (2) Insko, J. D. te that eiTcct. At the meeting of DeKulb Ledgo Ne. 12, 1. singing evangelist, will begin a big Iiroeks, Ncttle may have te send home for a sycamore Loyd, Mrs. Elijah O. O. P., last night C. W. Wnrdle, Themas A. Manning, F. E. Nine Republican Postmasters were revival at the Flcmlngsburg Haptlst Church Rcrbls, Lizzie club te emphasize his leadership. liravard, Dudley Mann, Mrs. Ed. Charier Daly has returned te school at llrcd In Kentucky yesterday te moke room Davis, Jehn V. Thompson, Hyren Rudy, the (lrst of nest mouth. Chandler, Jumes for Merris, A. S. Richmond. Themas M. Luman and J. M. C. Dallenger Case, Mary J. Nelsen, Mrs. Mary Democrats. were elected Representatives te the Grand Ruhlke, E. Among the incidents of childhood that Edwards, licnjamln Rogers. James Fergusen, J. N. Miss Amile Otmmltt left this morning for CAUGHT HIS LAST BALL. Ledgo which will meet In Lexington October Moniiee Stevens, a farmer near Lan- stand out In bold relief, as our memory Glib, Eva Shefstull, Hannah the World's Fair. 10th. A. S. Walllnglerd, W. E. u Pittsburgh caster, was killed by a falling timber while te the days when we wcre young, neno Orlgsby. Mary of Harrlc, Wheatley, Funnle raising a barn frntne. are mero prominent than severe sickness. Hart, Henry the lynchers killed at Roanoke was a Mrs. L. V. Davis, Mrs. Jehn Duley and Miss Winter, Ilettle JuHtlu Entitled te It. The eung mother vividly remembers that It Johnsen, Wattle bnscball player. But then the season is Sudle Shcpard are In Cincinnati. Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure Is Justly Jehn Nichelson was drowned in a was Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cured her JSJOne cent due en each of abevo. ever. It is receiving. Wher pond at Sherman, near Wllllainstewn, whlle of croup, and In turn administers It te her Persons calling for these letters will please entitled te the prale proven ever Introduced it has itself the most Miss Mattle Power left yesterday for Millers-burparty. out with a own offspring aud always with the best re- suv that they ate advertlsed. rellable remedy known for the cure of coughs whero slie will attend collcge this sults. Fer sale by Power & Reynolds. Themas A. Davis, Puttmntter. THE "HANO" IS THEIR TARGEH. bronand colds, hoarseness, whooping-cough- , season. Pleas Faiimeii was murdered near chitis, soreness of the lungs and every kind of Washington Pest. CampHopklnsvllle for his money. He had en his The physicians of Bowling Green, the HIVEJl ASl HAIL. a cough from a slmple cold te Incipient conMrs. Charles Nute and children of Flemings-hurt- ? person $2,000 pension money. bell appears te be iking some very home of Secretary McCerranck of the State sumption. Purely vegetuble. Always reliaare visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. Heard of Health, are the first te light the law effective shots from behind his "outef A.Teup. ble and effective. Fer sale at 25 and 50 cents physicians te submit their Drift ami SplltPH I'lched Vp 11 u " Tic per Ne light has as yet been thrown en which requires politics" ambuscade. bottle, at Power & Reynolds's Drugstore ItCilecr's" licU'imtc. . Mrs. A. E.Sltnonten. who has been here en a the murder of the woman found under the diplomas for registration. They dislike the additional fee for registration required and visit te her daughter, Mrs. J. L, Tedd, has bridge at Catlcttsburg a few days since. A Veritable Treat, also, it seem, the Heard of Health Itself. returned te her home at Sclotevlllc. The Coheo passed up this morning for Pome-reA STRICKEN PEOPLE. Sharen Ii'terd, September 2Sth, 1832. Llke Jehn B. Oim, Jr., the Printer, is a can- Under the act of ISSt they were required te de an ascent from the pavements of Paris te the Detroit Tribune. The woes of the didate for City Assessor at the N'ovember elec- the same aud they de net think they should altitude represented by the highest pinnacle Paul Cullcn, representing Hcchlugcr & Ce., tion, and respectfully sel'clts your support. be culled npen te pay another fee of ?2. Cherokee boomers have just begun. It has The Uia Sandy Is off the ways at Cincinnati of the Eiffel Tower was the elevation figure? returned from Flemlng county. He reis stated en geed authority that there are ports buslness geed, and a crop of corn tine. tlvely experienced by theso who wcre fortu-nat- e Kentucky farmers who nre still hold- and leeks llke a new beat. Ben Smith is laying a 20,000 Kansas Populists among them. enough te be auditors at the Opera-hous- e ing their wheat for thet rlse In the price, pavement In front of the Mltchel k couldn't de better than sew It for anethor last evenlug, of ter having self Inflicted Mr. and Mrs. Jehn D. Tnsh left for their O'Hare Hardware Ce.'s stero en Second street. The Shcrlcy Is doing a geed business In the the terturo of the previous night. On Monday crop. Providence has pointed out that way home at Chicago this morning. They wero Sharen theater patrons wcre treated te a conby helping te prepure the ground, and the Manchester and Cincinnati trade. A CHANCE FOH THE HOYS. accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Jehn C. Pecer glomeration of theatrical "hogwash" preThe hair cannot flourish unless the eye of fjlth sees from afar the better time and their daughter Mamie. Memphis Commercial. The sented under the name et "Atkinson's Bad scalp Is kept in geed condition. Aycr's Hair coming te theso who prepagato the stall of Sandy river Is getting down se low that Rey," but which would have been mero fitViger gives universal satisfaction as a dress- life. The world Is new short en wheat, and of the authoref Robinson Crusoe ing. Is a pauper lu Louden. an outbreak of war In Europe and the fixing small boys with seines are making great hauls tingly titled If billed as "America's Dad Piay." The boys of the Que fish In the shallower holes of the Last evening we were entertained by 's of our financial fences at home would send of world should contribute a relief fund. channel. Celebrities, without doubt the most reFLEMiNasnune has been made a cir- prices booming. t fined and talented cotcrle of artists ever in cuit by the Kentucky Conference M. K. World's I? air business en the C. und O. Is Im- our city. Nothing could have been mero deChurch, Seuth, and Helena has been added te Clem Brooks, a tall, rusty looking OUR IMPORTED ENGLISHMAN AMI1ASSADOU. the Hoywoed enthe Hast Maysvllle circuit. negre, created considerable amusement In the proving largely. They brought In 600 peeplo lightfully refreshing than Opcra-bous- e SepGOO en Sunday aud 300 en Montertainment. Washington Xcic Yerk World (Dcrn.)-- Mr. Van elllce of County Judge Frank A. Uulleck at en Saturday, County Cleiik Helt of Pendleton has Lexington. He suld that the spirit of the day, aud the days te come are full of premise. teraber 30th. Alen's opinion Is that he bought his been living a gay life, and as a censequenco Lord commanded him to eiler up a prayer In opportunity, aud that, like William WalTIID LAST TENNIS GAME. 1'EIISOXALLY COXDUCTED he is 51,000 short in his accounts. It Is be- the Courthouse. The Judge said te the feldorf Aster, he has the menev te improve The personally conducted excursion te ChiThe tenuis grounds are vacant, lieved, howevor, that his shortness can be sat- low, "Fire away." At this the darky lauucued The tennis courts are still. it. isfactorily adjusted. Inte a most devoted prayer. Fer a tlme the cago will be next Monday, October 2d, and the Aud trem the grevo of maples lenoly appeals were very reaonable lu tone, but train will Icave Maysvllle at 4:45 p.m. Fare Excitrnleti te CJilcaae via C. ami O. Calls the The moon shines cool and placid Already in some places the weeds arc presently he began te shout and go through for the round trip will be $" 25. Don't terget ami llta Four IleuteH. Aud percolates the e hude , THE PEOPLE THEY PAY THE FUEiailT. beginning te take en the bright colored various maneuvers until he drew a larce the date. Hut the tournament Is evor patches that betoken the early approach of crowd of curious spectators te the scene. The Philadelphia Times. Emperor William And the last game's played. On October 2d the Chesapeake and Ohie and When It was announced semo days age that Big Four Railroads will run a personally conIndian summer, autumn and the most pleas- Judge tried te quiet him, but was compelled and ether royalties arc having quite a The band of wandering harpers ing phase of the entire year. te call lu the Sheriff, who arrested and placed the backbone of the low water seaseu had ducted excursion te Chicago. Have traveled en te town, time charging and countercharging in been broken, It was all a mistake. Thcre was him lu Jail, charged with lunacy. And all the pretty blazers The train will consist of elegant Pullman Hungary. But no matter who does the And dashing suits are gene: Jufltu quiver lu the vertebra, a momentary sleeping cars and vestlbuled coaches, and It Railroad tickets te any point nt the Sweet Phlllls and Alenzo charging the people have te pay the bill. Charley Ryan of the C. and O. is loosening of the grip te get a belter held. lowest posslble rates. Raggage checked will run through without change from Mays-vlll- e Have separately strayed; The tournament Is ever through te destination. If you are gelug te looking te It that some of the geed things of te Chicaire. And the last game's played. Don't miss It, as it will probably be your last travel call upon or write te V. V. Wikeff, life remain In the family. Recently he had The C. and O. Steamship Cempuny will seen chance. Agent C. aud O., Maysvllle, Ky. eno of his brothers appointed Collector of SENATOR TELLER'S ULUNDER. Ah. well! The lights till midnight, Aud after them the moen: Special train will pass Maysvllle at 4:45 p. m. Internal Revenue, and new his brother, J. F. have ull its ships dunctng the ocean wuves. Minneapolis Journal. Senater Teller The Imrpets still are thrumming "A German Soldier" was rendered nt Ryan, has been placed In a position that will The Shcnamtmih wus launched at Glasgow ou Monday, October 2d. Te semo enu out of tune; has surely been misquoted. He could Reserve your sleeping car accommodations Meanders lite ferover the Opera-houslast night te a small audi-cnc- e keep him from worrying where he will bleep the 14th, the Chtekahnmlny at Hartlepool en Gretnbrlcr and Kanawha will and notify the agent that you are going. Thre' suushlue and thre' shade, net have meant te say all the great and was but little geed. The singers, at ulght and where he Is te get the next meal, the 12th, and the baptism Sweet Is remembered summer in the early part of The excursleu will be lu charge of compeeditors are dead. What he intended te Judging fiem their ellerts last night, must Mr. Hyun has reslgued the ellicc of General be ready for the The' the last game's played. tent agents, who will glve every eno ou the Manager of the Virginia aud Alabama Ceal October. thick. have left their voices at the seaside. say was that he wished they were dead. train full Information as te hotel accommodaCempauy te accept the Presldency of the Senater Teller must knew that Murat 31A YNl'ILIiE 1VE1 TilEll. Temmie Turpin, nn boy, American Ceal Company. He Is eno of the There was rain at most all points above tions, location of same and the proper point te Halstead and Charles A. Dana are still was pulled from beneath a freight train at successful men of Rlrmlngham, Ala., and has Sunday night and Monday morning, and us a leave the train. consequence a small rlse may be expected. alive and kicking. Train steps at Grand Cresslng.SIxtleth street, achieved u reputation as such throughout What H'c .7Yt E.rpcct Fer the Xcjrt the K. C. Depot at Richmond by a brakeman. state. Churley has te hustle te krep up the At Pittsburgh there was rain enough te wash Muln Entrance, Midway Plalsauce, Hyde Park his The car struck him whlle crossing the track. Ttrentu-feu- r Hours, the dust off the coal that is leaded and caused and enters tlie Grand Central Depot at Twelfth He was dangerously mangled and may net end In the family. WHAT Mil. NEAL WILL LEARN. a rlse sufficient te float a plank, while at Mari- street. recover. Everyone guaranteed a seat or berth, and Pittsburgh Dispatch. The lien. Law-rcuc- e etta a very heavy rain fell, as did also at THE LEDOEWS LOSE OH GAIX A DAY. WEATHER SIGNALS. If It Just keeps raining by Jerks there will be plenty of room for every eno. During the present year 500 state and T. Ncal is storming around through The C. aud O. expects te make this the finest maybe we will have enough water by and by While streomer faih; private banks In the United States have Ohie declaring that the Tariff Is unlilw. itAiN or snow; failed, and soventy-- t we of them have resumed. A JVticc In the l'acllc Where Te.dnu te float the coal at headwaters and thus put excursion that ever lett Kentucky. constitutional. Governer McKInley get Rate for the round trip, geed returning ten about 0,000 Idle miners te work. Let us hope WlthOltlch ADOVE 'twill WAUMEH The number of National banks closed during HecenwH after him with a sharp stick en Monday that the rain was a little mere than the news- days, f7 25. grew. thesame tlme is 155, of which seventy have Apply at once te W. W. Wikeff, agent C. and paper reporters have sent out. by quoting from Washington, as well as IfBlecfcVnENKATII COLDEH'tWill resumed. O. Railway, Miu sviile. Ky. be; A question has often been asked, but rarely all of the great Democratic leaders down Unless UUieh'n shown no change Fer a lame bark or for a pain in the Dr. Panerurn has removed his office answered satisfactory, is hew tar one would te Samuel J. Tilden, en the subject. Mr. we'll sce. A Goed Thing te Keep at Ha ml. te the Western and Southern Llfe Insurnnce have te go around the earth, moving east or side or chest, try saturating a plece of flannel is bound te discover bofero the Neal Frem The Tray (Kansas) Chief. Some years above forecasts are made for a rooms ever Power and Reynolds Drugstore, west, aud supposing no tlme lest In transition, with Chamberlain's Pain Halm aud binding it campaign is ever that reckless assaults period of thirty-sihours, ending at 8 o'clock Cox Ituildlng. Resldence 832 East Second before eno would reach the pelut where to- onto the affected parts. This treatment will go we were very much subject te severe evening. upon truth are equally as unpopular in Evcure any ordinary case In eno or two days. spells of cholera merbus and new when we street. Leave orders at Power & Reynolds day chauges Inte yesterday or idently there must be such u pelut somewhero Pain Rutin also cures rheumatism. Fifty-cen- t Ohie as attacks upon the vast industries feel any of the symptoms that usually preceed Drugstore. Don't fail te register next Tuesday. for an hour Is lest every tltteen degrees oue bottles ter sale by Power A: Reynolds. that ailment, such us sickness at the stomach, of the country. dlarrluva, etc., we become scary. We bave Rev. C. J. Nugent left yesterday for gees te east and an hour gained every fifteen Oh, for a cessation of the Pollard- gees te the west. Te put the found Chamberlain's Celic, Cholera and Dlar-rha--u CROOKED LAXES, his new home at Paris. Mrs. Nugent went a degrees eno Urccltlnridge scandal Remedy the very thing te straighten A MISTAKE? WELL, RATHER day or two before. Hew and Mrs. Nugent question lu another way, suppose It Is eno yew Yerk Recorder. A majority of the have the best wishes of their numerous minute past midnight m Paris ou the morning Tire Ilrethern 1'ernecutlnfi an Old out one In such cues. and always keep It Deley & Baldwin, Fire Insurnnce. that same moment about. We are net writing this for n pny friends here ter a pleasant association with of October 1st what day is It Is It people of this county arc means of Oflice, 203 Court street. Lailu In Leirtn County. October 1st or at the antipodes or Paris? but te let our readers knew what a people of Paris. the September 30th? moderate means. A vast majority of geed thing it Is te keep handy in the heuso. Mrs. L. V. Davis is new ready te show them live in the laud of their birth, aud the latest The colored people of this state have Apparently one can prove thut It Is either A special from Vanceburg says Mrs. Care- Fer sale by Peer & Roynelds. and host in fall and early winter formed a powerful organization and have of these days by making uu Instantaneous line Fry, a widow living tbree miles Seuth of knew nothing of any ether, save by read- Millinery. ralsed 10,000 te fight the "Separate Coach Journey half way around the earth, either te Seuth Manchester, went te that city Saturday ing or study. On what theory, then, FIVE TIIAIXS A DAY. the cast or west. Going east, ut the moment morning te swear out a pcace warrant against The Sunday C and O. excursions have bill." Colonel Rebert Iugersell and was this man Van Alcn selected te the Pars clock points te a miuute past mid- Joe Lane und his two sons, Isaac and Henry. Headloy have, it is said, been night, it is approximately 1 o'clock in the mer- - The old ludy details a story of cruel and Dty Four Ueute te Chicago Loeh at represent the United States lu the Itallau been discontinued, the lust oue having been te light the measure. run last Sunday. nlugef October 1st at Vienna, 2 o'clock of the cowardly persecution en the part of the the Tlmc-CarCourt? He is net euly very rich, but his o'clock at Notwithstanding the dull times same day at Sobastopel, 7 8 o'clock at Astrachan, Lanes. mouey is inherited. He net only doesn't Ayer's Ague Cure stimulates the liver I o'clock Ilekliara, at Saigon, 0 Thelr enmity began last year, and was oc.Ne. 1. Ne. 17. .Ne. 8. Xe. 7. .Ne. 5. live in this country, but he hates it its and neutralizes the malarial poison in the Purnell Hros. had mero work than they could o'clock ut Yokehoma, U o'clock at Piue Ulaud casioned by Mrs. Fry's purchase et some land bally, Dally. Ex.Sun. bally. bally, de and new have in their ompley their cousin, aud neon ut Fortune Island the 1st of October belonging" to bleed. Warranted te euro. customs and its habits iufluitely prethe Lanes that was sold for a. m. a. m. neon n. m. p.m. James H. Purnell of Mlddlesboreugh, who is at every point. On the ether hand, going ferring net only the society, but the 7:45 9:00 your stoves cleaned, repaired a master mechanic at his work. Plastering, westward eno finds that it is 10 o'clock In the tuxes. since that tlme the old lady and her Lv. Cin. .S:0U S:80 Have Ever manners that obtain en the ether slde of and set up. Stevo repairs of all kinds. Leave cemcut nndornumental work solicited. m. m. p.m. a. m. a.m. evenlug of Septeraber 30th at the Azores daughter Anna and her E.;'dti U:31 Edward ArW'dWr-itf6:36 7:11 the pond. That is his privilege, but orders at L. Hill & Ce. w. h. Nichelson. Islands, 3 o'clock in the evening at Uuenes RIggs have been subjected te every grade of Owing te the tire at our plant theso Ay res, 7 o'clock at New Yerk, 0 o'clock at New p. m. p. m. p.m. a.jn. a.m. surely it in no sensc qualities him te Insult that tlendlsh lugeuulty could sugAr Chicago 5:15 5:45 0:50 6:55 7:30 represent in the United States in a Loek at this. A round trip ticket te that wish te supply themselves with kindling Orleans, 3:15 ut Mexico City, 1 o'clock in the gest. would de well te apply te us at enco, us we afternoon uuar the Aleutian Islands and neon All day trains have parlor cars and dining She says the men would frequently cemo te foreign court? Cleveland has evidently the World's Fair and a Star Mandelin, worth f 13, for 25 cents. Call at Gcergo T. Weed's, desire te cleso out our entire stock at $1 50 nt Fortune Island the date belng September her heuso uud curse her and her daughter, curs; night trains have sleeping cars and remade a serious mistake. per wagon lead. 30th In each case. Druggist. and upply every pessiblo epithet In the black- clining chair cars. Ne. 1 has through sleeping Cellins & Rudy Lumber Company, car Macen and Atlauta te Chicago via E.T., V. Thus eno has demonstrated that It Is neon guard's vocabulary. In this issue appears the announcement Sometimes they came dashing up en horses and G. R. R. and Q. and C. route. Ne. 17 has of October 1st und neon of September 30th ut ASS" FOH HOME. A " VEIUTABLE It seems that the trial of the Breckin the same place and at the same time. of Jehn C. Kvorett as a candldate for County In freut of the house, scream, yell, curse, tire through sleeping car Washington te Chicago cuse amy net be deferred se long This would certainly be embarrassing te the off their pistols and threaten te cemo In and via Chcsapenke and Ohie Railway. Tbe Big Philadelphia Inquirer. The President Assessor. Mr. Cvorett as Assessor last year gave general satisfaction and deserves us was at 11 rat thought. Reth sides claim ttiat geed peeplo of Fortune Island, aud in order te kill the whelo "outfit." Four route Is positively the only line making has been Imposed upon. That mau Van they are ready, and thore is a fair prospect avoid such complications und relieve Tlme and tlme again they have ondeavercd connection in Central Union Station, Cincinm Alcn, Just appointed Ambassador te Italy, that the case may be called at the October Islanders In the Pacific trem mixing te proveko Edward Rlggs, the se nati, with through trains of the E. T., V. and from all accounts is a veritable ass. It is The success in fitting glasses by Dr. term of the Supreme Court of the District of up their Saturdays uud Sundays In hopeless that he would muke a demonstration that G. Railway, Queen and Crescent reuto, Chesapeake and Ohie Railway, Kentucky Centrul a hard word te apply te a man, but Klug's system Is wonderful. If you nced Columbia. would glve them au excuse te sheet him. fashion, nu arbitrary line separating ' V has been agreed Lust Ft May night Isaac Lane came te the Railway and L. aud N. Railroad without transfrom yesterday or nothing clse will fit the occasion. He glasses have your eyes fitted by this system. A porfect lit guaranteed or money refunded. Chief Justice Leve of Delnware has ubeu by the navigators of civilized Nations. heuso with n revolver and swero that he had fer, und landing passengers at the Midway built n villa nt Nowpert with n high 1. J. MuiiPiir, Joweler aud Optician, Pluisance, the main entrance gate te the This line has been drawn te avoid touching cemo te kill Rlggs. come te the f i out with the opinion that the stene wall around it, for fear the vulgar Successor te Heppor & Murphy. World's Fair. Be sure your tickets read via Mrs. Fry told him her had gene Garden of Eden was located en the Deloware laud. Ne eno can be exactly sure of the i oye from nmeng the common people "Then I'll Just wait till he returns," was the the Big Four route. Fer full Information peninsula and that It was a peach with which moment of passing it, but the line runs Just ' the General Passenger Agent, Feuit' years age Leenard Roberts of Eve tempted Adam. It muy be stated as a east of the New Hebrides and the New Caledo- reply of the desperado. might rest upon it. But the main trouble Rlggs was at Manchester at the time, and D. B. Maiitin. Cincinnati, O. Leltchtleld whlle handling a pistol, accidentally gunrantee of geed faith that Judge Love nia groups and passes near the Marlen Islands with this egotist is that he detcsts owns n peach orchard, and Is prepared te till aud Careline Islands. Captains of vessels, Laue knew that he would be at home semo America and Americans. He married a discharged It, and the ball, a Ne. entered the upper Up, Just below the nostril, all orders with ncatuess aud dispatch at the Judging by the positions of the Islands men- time during the evenlug. Flics I Fllcnt I'll eat n daughter of old William Aster against ranged tioned, can tlx the date within a few minutes. Accordingly he went out the read a short upward and ledged somewhero In the lowest market prlee. Dr.Wllllams's Indian Pile OIntmentATlll cure desire of Mr. Aster, and according face, Whlle sneezing the ethor day, Itoberts, the Vessels sailing from west te east, en passing distance, lay down en a pile of lumber and blind, bleeding and Itching piles when all ethor new 10 yours old, discharged the leaden ball, Professer Hicks sayi that October this imaginary line, simply repeat the day bo- awaited with patience the home coming of the ointments have falled. Hen. Judge TV. P. te the stories told of him the father-in-lase heartily considerably battered, which had been In his will come in with reactionary storms. Frem eoro en their leg books, which ceusequeutly young mau. despised the Coens, Maysvllle, Ky., says: "I have suffered Mrs. Fry slipped out of the house and run for years with Itching piles, and have used the tth te the 7th snow, rains aud high winds show two days bearing the sumo date. Ou the that they never spoke. The President uose Bltice I860. m will prevall, aud en the 0th and 10th "disturb- ether hand, ships gelug lu the opposite directe the heuso of Albert Hlnes aud told him many remedies. 1 have used Dr. Williams's would be justified in withdrawing the The old rollnble Gcrmantewn Fair will ances of greater magultude will most likely tion skip the aud loeso a day en- about the ambuscade prepared for her Indian Plle Ointment and been cured, whlle Van Alen, who holds that held Its thirty-nintnnme of Mr. annual meeting October occur." It Is understood n delegation of en- tirely. In tbe first case the sailors get an exovery ethor remedy has failed." Every box The latter being friendly te both sides, went Is warrante 1. Sold by druggists, or sent by the United States is net n tit place for 11th te nth, inclusive. The premlums ofTered terprising Chicago pcople will visit the St. tra day's pay. The conclusion of the whelo deceut people te live in. Instead of by this company are liberal and the show of Leuis weather prophet and have him change matter Is that whim Paris clocks Indicate a nt enco te where Lane was waiting and ledged mall en receipl of price, fifty cents aud , sendlng him te Italy te represent de- stock will be tine. Thore Is onlyIseno fair In the weather for the month, especially for the mlnute past midnight en Octebor 1st going cast him te go away. tl per box. Williams M'r'a Ce., Preps., Paris, If 0th, which Is "Chicago Day" at the Fair, at as far us the Imaginary line just Indicated, the state that Is eldor and that Af ter long persuasion he reluctantly obeyed Cleveland, O. spised America this particular ass ought you want te meet your friends attend the which tlme an cudouver will be made te swell whlle it Is Soptember 30th gelug west up te and a foul murder wes thereby temporarily Fer sale by J. O. Pocor, wholesale and ll te be turned out te pasture. Qormantewn Fair. pre vented. the crowd te 600,000 people. the same line. druggist. d Chicago Recerd. yet been caught earning Its salary. J The Senate has net in the act of 'tf1 "V fiWAleJ Next Tuesday Is registration day. Kentucky Fttrn. V J " i The switchmen went out en Henuy Neiiman was shot from ambush Drccch-leadln- M: m rT A d m Chrenicle-I'elegraph.Qn- fA ; llsl-lu- I V. ten-inc- h free-sten- e great-graudse- u i. t Hoy-weed- tit l: 4' r.r "V e eight-year-ol- d Park-ersbur- v -t x I 1 1 . ft -- M, 1l d. . son-in-la- ridge-Pollar- d g son-in-la- y ss son-in-la- son-in-la- h re-ta- rft "v- -" ' ? v.yifsrf? A Batii Jeker, in 1743, kidnapped nil dogs In the city, on Saturday the turn-spi- t night, te deprive the citizens of their roasts the next day. 1,000 cubic fcet of illuminating gas eight pounds coal, costing two cents nnd four gallons of naphtha costing twelve Y , 7F l it f pimipet DAILY. EXOEIT SUNDAY, UY INOOIirO HATED. ANOTHER PLAN Cem- - THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. Te Make Fer Curing the Present mercial Ailments. Martin Bres. Confectioners, JOUDE1IS All Trnln Oat of Chicago ' cents arc required. Themas a. Davis, William II. Cox, Senater Perkins, of Kansas, Has His rrtitilent VicfftetMtnt. Tub members of M. C. Iiutchlns Camp Say In the Senate. William n. Wadswerti, Jr., Ne. 2, S. of V., ero requested te be present at 6'ecrriary ami Treaturtr. at 7 o'clock. Ne eno Editor ami Manager. the meeting Themas A. Davis WlLLIAU G. Je.NM, Leral EtlUer ami Boekketner. need feel alarmed; there will he no excursion. lie Concludes Tlint tlie Shcrninn I.hw Is Faulty, lint Sees Other Causes rending Which Depress Industry imil ImBO AUI OF DIRECTORS. The Mett coins were made in England pair Confidence In the Future WlLLUM II. COX, M.C. ItCSSKLL, us a prlvate colnnge or William and Jehn W. II, Wadswehtii, Jr., Mett, A. M.J. COCHllAM, of New Yerk. One side bero the legend: Washington, Sept. 27. Senater Per Themas A. Davis. "Metts, N. Y., Inporters, Dealers, Manufuc kins of Kansas, speaking en the repeal ve. 10 mm tures of Geld nnd Silver Wares." They circu&? OFFICE TMnl iflyr bill new before the pcnnte, said that he lated as pennies ubeut 1TUI. IN Foreign and Demestic Fruits Oysters cind Pish all FLAVens season. "'. or Biz MenUi...... TUree Menth Onn Ypnr SVBSCRIPTIOXit-I- X AD VAXCS. S3 1 OO 50 73 Per Jleutli DELIVERED BY CARRIER. 3 At PRIVILEGES FOR SALE! l lioeths, nnd ether privileges of the Gormantewn Colored Fair will be sold en tbe Germnntewn Fair Grounds Saturduy. October "th, at 2 o'clock p. m. II. II. MARSHAL, PrwiuVnf. Dlnlncr-hal- Favftble te carrier tVnU end of month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reasonable and made kneicn en application at the office, THE LEDGER . . e J. H. StMUEl.B, SccrtUtrii. Washington l Opera-Heus- e It tbe largest dally paper rrlnted In llajs-Titlcount the columns an J measure tbelr length. It gUes yen mere reading natter than any ether. It Is sold at the same price as any ether paper one cent a ropy or 'ib renti a month, delivered by carrier or sent by mall. It yen are looking for the most for your money, yen ran get It In Till! Msys-vllle i:. J.. KINXIUIAN. Malinger. Evening, bOpt. 60 Special engagement of Heywood 1IK8 'if LEUOKK. New Is the time te e snrposeyeuirlTe It a month's trial. Celebrities the bright lights of Circulation Mere Tli an 1,000 Daily. The OPERA, COMEDY, CONCERT! l'KICUS . 25, 35, CO nnd 75 Cents. THE GREAT Business Way! The business icay to advertise is te take space by the year, talc pains with your advertisements in makituj them attractive, and change them at least as often as once a month. Yeu may think there are seasons when you don't need te advertise. We have never seen that time. Use the dull seasons Jer looking ever your stock and running off that which is becoming out of style or and giving bar- Germantown Fair will open its gates te the world Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and . . Saturday, 1 . . October llh te 14th, 1S03. eulll-cie- f.I bW Mfc & ff fc It would be superfluous te make lengthy notices of this famous Institution. Its name and inme have geno abroad in the land, nnd the simple announcement of its dates is te gunrnntee large crowds of people and the llnest exhibitions of stock. Protester Leuis Hush, the daring aeronaut, will give exhibitions et balloon ascensions and parachute drops Friday and Saturdny, October 13th nnd 14th, In lull view et the nssciubled multitudes. Ceme te the Fair with jour sweethearts, your families and your lrlends. L. II. MANNKN, rrcetilcnt. J. A. Walten. SecteUxm. gains. AN ORDINANCE Te I'reIde for the Election, by the Onaliileit Voters of the City of Maysville, of Maer, n Heard of Council, a Clerk of the Council, a Chief of 1'ellce, a Judpc of the Police Court, an Absi'8sei, a City Treasurer and the Heard of Education of the City of Mnysville, Ky. &' If you have space by the year, it costs you no mere, and you lan make it profitable by converting unsalable goods into money, and reinvesting the money in these things xchich would discuss the subject from the standpoint of a business mnn. It required no ether evidence than that M.vnc te eimr.ii. gathered from tbe uctivc participation in the u Hairs of n commercial life nnd n daily con tee t with the people Orders Solicited and te inform him of tlve economic dis.Satisfaction Guaranteed. tress and danger that hal fallen en the country. He held it te be a fact that the man Ill KnMTIilnl Mrevl. whose pursuits habitually lead him through some particular paths in the fields of Industry might sometimes usefully supplement the efforts of the statesmen accustomed ten broader survey of public affairs. His vote would only be cast from motives of conviction of duty te the people's interests, nnd it should be cost in constant remember-anc- e Return their cordial thanks te their that politics, while it might be the lrlends and the public In general meanest of trades, was the noblest of ler their past tavers, and professions. them that we contluue In the lie conceded that the Sherman law HOOKS and STATIOXKKV, was faulty, but he did net believe it was guilty in the manner or degree WAIL l'AI'HK nnd WI.MI0W SlUDhS, charged, cither by evidence adduced or T01S ami .NOTIONS, proved. He saw ether causes pending and have en hand a large assortwhich depressed our industries and imment et paired that confidence in the future upon which thes industries thrived. Schoel Beeks He believed It wise te expunge the ANU offending law from our cede of finance, but he was anxious, en the ether hand, Schoel Supplies, hat in doing se neither congress nor which we Mill dispose el upon the the country should make anv mistake. most reasonable terms The law had no friends, or, if it had any, they were and wrapFOR CASH. ped in the disguise of discreet silence. IHIMMMtf The test apology that bceined te have Setnu ICar' Ilargftins In JUcjck'. debeen mode for it was that it was vised as a make-shibridge across a dividing chasm te preserve our people the means of communication and intercourse until time and experience should make a safer way te the restoration of unity in practice, if net in sentiment. When congress by tle pregramme act of legislation, removed the popular apIS THE TIME TO 11UV YOUlt prehension that two changes were te be conducted through the medium of a deba-cor fluctuating currency, he trusted that the assurances cenvJyed en the passage of the act, might speedily be coupled with an unmistakable declaration that our industries were net become the sport of an academic SEALING interpretation of the constitution such as neither our necessities nor our interests warranted. Mr. Perkins strongly deprecated a KOIt tiu: temjwrary restoration of confidence that would leave the country subject te the evils of sudden changes without palliating the cause. It was the duty of statesmanship te frame its measures (iO TO of reparation in se bread n school of cure that they might reach all ever the land and contribute te the restoration of a comparative confidence that would be universal. The real cause of the trouble was te be found without the country and the focus of infection was England, whose people had lest $1,000,000,000 the last few years in wildcat speculation in Argentina and as much mere later in Australia. GREAMS and ICES rlfie. iranttti," "SiiuaHeH accompany every train hauling express IFflniJ," " Lett," " Found," Ae., or mail cars from Chicnfre te any point ble twlurc, and net te exceed three of an acceptaUica, en ih( cast or south in the future. Twe reads jxtae, are FREE te all. have already determined te nrm their Mftfe Vutnfs Advertisement intertcd withmen, and in a few days orders will be out ftaij. issued by ether reads running into ChiIf answert fall te come theflrtt time, tvcinvlle cago te supply Winchesters te nil train- a many repetitions as art. ncccusnry te tcctire men connected with trains hauling1 ex- what you ativcrttcfer. ire wUh the advertiser press cars. te feel that then are net Impeiitrj en us by utlnp This has been found n necessary our free columns. , as the trains are suppes cd te Advcrttnmcnt can be left at our office or senf be carrying a great amount of money, through the mall te THE VUllLW LEDQIUt COMPANT, were issued by tlie chairman of Ne. W E. Third Street. the Michigan central that every train man should be supplied with a couple WAHTJED. of revolvers and a Winchester repeating TANTKD About four regular bearder: geed n, th-der-s ARMED TRAINMEN. te Ik Arscnats ' rrepnrntlens Fer Ilandlts. J.V (J Ciiicaoe, Sept. 07. Armed men will FXXB AXWXJKXXBXVe Vinvipf (J -- Oie Irt(mntsmirfcr htadtne of "ielp KACKLEY & CO. k respect-lullyluler- J.T. This only refers te these who travel with the trains hauling American or mail cars. "We have determined te put a step te " said O. W. Ruggles, the general passenger agent of the Michigan Central Monday night-"This scheme of Hogging trnins and then sheeting nt the trainmen has become toe frequent te be pleasant. Net only arc we resolved te protect our own men from injury, but we are fully determined te protect, 'te the best of our ability, the money that is intrusted te our care. Every man en the Pennsylvania lines will be armed in a similar mnnncr." "We intend te supply every trainman with a Winchester shotgun," said E. K Wall, the assistant te the first vice president of the Pennsylvania, Monday night, "whenever n train carries an express or a mail car. The recent robberies have compelled tis te talce this measure. It is understood that the lieck Island, tlie Wabash, the Illinois Central and ether reads will talce the same precautions immediately. " 'held-ups'- street. trout room. Apply te J.I". NAU1I, Mnrkct cx-pra- ss Lndlrsntideentlpmen te WANTJJIJ mevrd my olllce from thnt knew tlint loneomae plnce rnlliM Hutten street nnd come up where enn sea nml knew tlint the gouiilne ylngcr Mnclilne Agency Is In JInysvllle. If you wnnt te huyn genuine MiiKPrcnllnndVpe We nre nt Ne. 52 Writ fctecend street, with . F. Oerbrlch nnd his mimic. A. H. CONltAD, Manager. "VrANTi:D Twe rollnhle boys who can sell papers. Seller's eUlce, Court Btrcct. W. 1". IIAI. of WANTKD An nctlve personjinld,geed ehnrncter with p.xpenspH representing established heuse: snlnry 7w. with lucrense; Inceose reference and stamped Malinger, Leck Drawer I'.ChlCAge. peo-bi- ". FOB SALE. Heuse nnd let en Wnlnnt and Third; will tiPBoldntpubllcsnlcB.iturdnyntSe'clock. Mrs. llOIlUUT KlOKKIl. Fert SAI.K ThrecJncksnnd four Jennctts. w. wki,i.s. HALK 170H street. Porend-hniivlollncelle, cbenp. te TJIKO. CAMPIIKLI,, 212 Market d electric rellecters, IiOU 8AI.K Twe fine gnsnnd or nny Inrge room, lighting churches, halls cheap. Apply te a. II. OLDHAM, 13 Kuslbccend street. s !?OH SAI.K An organ In order, cheap. AI.I-'.Al 'OIWMV !,1?U Mnpbaf .Imi.1 T.t.A of I'lniies nnd Organs. tlrst-cles1 1 jppjttBEar Furnished room. Miss LUCY LEE. Market street. of 7 rooms nnd kitchen Court street: gas, water nnd sewer; In geed repair. Apply te Mrs. L. V. DAVIS.Zwelgart Illeck. ' .TJ0 ItKNT-Dwelllng MARINE BAND faint-hearte- d ft NOW SELF d JARS! LOWEST PRICES Washington, Sept 27. The Marine band will net go te the World's fair. Ildnds of ether nntiens nnd crack organizations from all ever the country have had an opportunity te be henrd, but the pride of the country the Marine band will notge. President Cleveland settled the matter by interposing his veto. The band had practically completed all arrangements te play at the fair during the month of October, and awaited only the executive's permission. This his excellency, commander-in-chie- f of the army and navy, withheld. This action is said te be a concession te the musical unions, which objected te a previous tour of the Marine band, nnd te competing with the government organizations. The Marine band, under the leadership of Prof. Fancuilli, is undoubtedly the best musical organization in the country and is the poorest paid. The members, who nre enlisted men of the Marine corps, receive the pittance of ?13 te ?.U per month, according te rank. They are allowed W. 12 n month additional for rations. Nene of them have had te resort te Mr. Cleveland's remedies te reduce flesh. te-da- Will Net lie I'criulttctl te Ge te the World's I'ulr. JOOBT. from a bicycle. Please !re--J. leIIKNIlY IlllOWN, at J. Weed's Drugstore. "I OST lletween the Christian Church nnd Fer-l- j est nveiiue, a scnrlet belt. Please return te this elllce. 1 OST Ilnggy whip, between MnthewVs Mill 1j nnd Fairgrounds, lleturn te W. 11. MATH-i:WJ turn A Teel-bag .t CO.'rt An S Olllce, 7 Ji corners, hetneen Return te this elllce. le. OST AUIgnter-Hkl- n pocket-book- , Lcwlsbnrg nnd Mnysvllltf. Bllver reuira. 1: Call nt this ulllce. 170UND-I.ndles'blnck JOUND-Hndd- nt the Mnysllck Fairgrounds. kid glove. Call at Wat-- I klns's Meat Stere. PERSONA!.. writing for will 1ADIKS who makedegoetl wages, me nt their will llenly with stomped envelope Miss MfLDllED if IADIKS can make fl dally by folding and circulars ferus at home. Ne canvass-lug- : position permanent: reply with stamped Miss 0 HACK PAUL. Seuth llend, I ml. y AlfHOUNCEMEIINTS. We are authorized te announce E. E. I'EAHCE, Jr.. as a enndldate for Police Judge, subject te the vote of the people. We nre authorized te nnnouiice ADNA A. WADSWOUTII ha n candidate ler Police Judge, subject te the action el the people. : We are authorized te announce THOMAS A. HESIT.SSns a candidate ler Police Judge, subject te the. vote of the people. ion rei.icn ji'dek. k INSANITY'S VICTIMS. A rittfthurgli PiTTSnuKOH, G. Alan Mioets 1IU Wife nnd II in net f. 1 M.C. Russell & Sen TS.M0M IT IS A "A bccecd panic thus o'er Europe ran, Aastrallan Unished what La Plata began." He it ordained hy the Ileartl of Cauncttmcn of the Cttu of MitysvnU, Ky., That an election by nnd held that if the country were comthe qualified voters et the city of Majsvllle, mitted te a geld standard, the burdens Ky., ter the olllce of Mayer, n Heard et Council, a Clerk el the Council, a Chier et Police, a of the people would be increased, and a Where Is That llannvr Xmvf Judge of the Police Court, nn Asses- large number of a class enriched at the Grecntbure (Ind.) llcvlew. During the Inst sor, a City Treasurer and the Heard et EducaLincampaign the Democrats of this city dlplayed tion for the city of Mnysville. Ky., shnll be government's expense. President et the sev- coln's plain people were still the masa banner in their precessions bearing this In- held at the vnrleus voting-place- s scripteon: eral wards in said city, heretofore designated, ters of the country, and he believed upon Tuesdav, November 7th. IS'H, between the hours et 7 o'clock a. in. and 4 o'clock p. m. that their judgment would surely deVOTE VOn OROVEK CLEVELAND en said day. cree for the retention of the double AND OET Sec. 2. Therc shall be two members of the standard. $1 Se A nUSHEL each word et Heard of Council elected from He suggested that congress, first, resaid city and by a majority et the votes cast roil VOUIl WHEAT. by the qualified voters of the wurds ler which peal tike purchase clause; second, dethey respectively stand. Sec. 3. There shall be elected as and for the clare the unfaltering purpose of the A liberal reward will be paid for that banner Heard et Education two Trustees from each United States te maintain the double at this elllce, and no questions asked. ward in this city, Mho shnll be elected by the standard; third, open the mints te qualified voters of the city at large. Sec. i. The terms et the various ellicers American silver, with a minting charge TnE peer are always the chief sufferabove named shall begin and end us provided sulHcient te keep the coinage within ers by stagnation of trade and paralysis by law. of trade; fourth, coin no 5. Thisordlnnnce shall be of business enterprise, and the effect In Sec. from and alter Its passage.and remain the demands effect mere geld pieces of less than 5 denomAdopted in Council September "th. 1MO. of Democratic rule inations and issue tfe mere currency WILLIAM II. COX, Viuhknt. upon the labor Maiitlv A O'Haiie, Cttu Clerk. of less denomination; fifth, issue cirThe market is already culating notes te Ukj full equive-len- t are salable. He favored the use of geld nnd silver, wonderfully fine piece Classic Composition. IT WAS Carnegie Steel Ce., shot his wife twice at fi:!)0 Tuesday morning, nleost killing her. He then placed the muzzle of the revolver inmouth and blew out to his his brains, dying instantly. The tragedy occurred at the residence of the couple en Point View avenue, East End. Insanity, caused by religious difd ferences and drink, was the cause. was 47 years of age and n Protestant. His wife was a Catholic, and desired the children te be brought up in that faith. A daughter 15 years of of Englirh age and n son aged 4 years were in the house at the time, and ran te summon the neighbors, llofere 'the assistance arrived both were dead. THREE LINKS. Stet-har- Stethart, a car accountant for the Pa., Sept. 27. Samuel as a candidate for the olllce of Chlet et Police, subject te the action et the voters of the city et .Muysvllle. reu chief of police. We aie autheiled te anneunco K. :! W. l) authorized te announce that D. 1'. candidate for Chlet el Police, subject te the vote et the people. Wu ute OUT Is a ren We ASSEBSOII. are authorized te announce C. D. SIIEP-Aid- ) as n candidate ler te the olllce el Assessor, subject te the voters of the city. We are authorized te announce JOHN 11. Oltlt, Jr., us n candidate ter Atscf Or, subjibt te the vote et the people. Plain People ' Arc Suffering. The sadly visible. New Yerk Herald, supported which Cleveland and the of 90 The celebrated scientific OPTICIAN, a H WJ- Democracy iu the late campaign, admits the changed condition of affairs since the Republican policy of Protection received the blew of last November. The Herald says that "What looked like an incipient riot at Broadway and Liberty etreet yesterday morning was caused by the strnggle of a portion of the great army of the unemployed" te secure certain places which had been advertised. There were four places, and the number of applicants was net less than four hundred. Se great was their eagerness for employment that persons having offices in the building from which the netico was issued had te light their way through, nnd policemen were called te drlve away the unfortunates whose poverty., crime was their only Mr. Ferdinand D. Fish, the advertiser, L. Landman West Seventh street, Cincinnntl, O.. of Austria, Kurepu, will occupy the Central Hetel Parler en na-tiv- e Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, August 22d, 2U1, 24th and '25th. where he will be prepared te adjust the proper glasses te all forms of defective vision. Mr. Landman Is un Optician of unusual merit, has been visiting Mnysville for nearly three years, and wen the confidence of the people of Mnysville and Masen county by his skilled work and his honerablo dealings. Ne Indy should miss the opportunity of securing the proper glasses from him. He will net give you glasses unless you really need thorn Examination ami test of vision free. The best of lenses te suit the oye set in fine steel frame te lit the tnce for only ?2 60. Special price for glasses for astigmatic eyes and geld speetnclcs. CRYSTAL LENSES TRADE MARK. ' EJ.ji i ' J4 "J ,.'. told a ropertor: Seme of the men assured me thnt nn investigation nt the help bureaus would ehew'tliat tore are ever CO.000 men willing te work at nlmest anything. We inserted similar advertisements last year and less than a score of pcople answered them. At least 400 men answered our advertisement today. We wanted but four men, but took Bix out of compassion. The facts thus Indicated are a fair gaugoefthe progress from prosperity under President Uamusen te misery, .pevorty nnd pauper wages under Qrever i Cilllty ritit ul 1171. Cleveland. Atlanta, Ge., Sept U?. Ayers .Tenes, Power & lloynelds, Druggists, hevo oxclu-stv- e sale of these Colebratcd Olasscs In Mays-vlll-& a notorious moenshiner of Frog mountKy. Frem the factory of Kellam Moero, the only cotnpleto optical plant in the ains, Ala., has been murdered by his son Tem. Seuth, Atlanta, Q a. began n three days celebration at the fair Tuesday, and from the mnnner in which they commenced their festivities, Baen out of print for mere than a it is plain that they will attempt te eclipse any event of a similar nature generation, and has just been yet attempted at the exposition. The without abridgment. order is a very popular one in the of the coin in the trenhury; sixth, PRICK United States and Canadn and repremake clear te the public the duty of sentatives from all the ledges were here Uofero neon it was esthe secretary of the treasury te pur60 cents if sent by Adams Express, in gala attire. chase silver; Eevcnth, preserve these timated that ever 40,000 of them had e or 70 cents if sent by any ether These features of the national bank, and give passed through the turnstiles. is Company. of the uniformed rank attracted attensecure and universal currency without requiring the everlasting maintenance tion everywhere by their bright re-of the public debt, und eighth, provide KKMIT galia. for a commission of monetary experts, New l'est Oltlce Inspector. net connected with the government, te By Meney Order or Itogistered Let27. Washington, Senater Sept. keep it advised en all necessary matLindsay was at the pest ofllce departter. Ne postage stamps taken. ters relating te currency. ment Tuesday morning nnd secured Address the premise of the pestmnster general American Kllle bhetH I.cml. THOMAS A. DAVIS, that he would appoint W. It. Jett, of Ciiicaoe, SepL 37. The Infantry competition of the U. S. army at Ft Mayivllle, Ky. Frankfort, a pest olllce inspector. Blackburn has left for Jiis home in Sheridan has closed. The total scores Versailles te seek a few days rest and wcre net only the highest ever made recreation. Upen his return Mr. lllack-bur- n by the riflemen of this country, but speeclu will deliver an thev led the world's highest record. Sergeant It N. Davidsen made 021, In tlie World. lllgge it Trust points nhcau of the which is tnlrty-twLonden, Sept. 27. Sir Geerge Elliet highest scove en records of the best issued a circular te all colliery-owner- s REAL ESTATE markmauship in the world. in the kingdom asking them te favor him with their views in regard te his AGENT. revrrty.Strlcken. scheme for a great coal mine combinaSan Fhancisce, Sept. 27. Mrs. Ice- I liu fur Sale the Following Choice l'repcrty: tion before he proceeds te organize a land Stanford's family allowance from Mrs. Ciinulnirhnm's dwelling company, which he proposes Bhall conSenater Stanford's estate has been inIn the West r.nd cheap. trol every mine in the country, nnd have creased from $5,000 te ?10,000. her repStorehouse of Geortre T. the immense capita.1 of SOO,000,000. per month was resentation that $5,000 Weed, l'lfth Ward, Vienna Socialists. inadequate; Twenly-SiTeet adjoining Vienna, Sept 27. A large meeting Mollvuine, Humphreys & lllg I'lre In Milwaukee. of Vlenua socialists took place here Dramel Sutten street. Milwaukee, Sept. 07. At 2 n. in. Tuesday, speakers protesting that they Wednesday the large furniture factory wcre net connected with tlie anarchists of 11. A. Kipp & Ce., en Huren street, Academy of tlie Visitation Hearding recently arrested in tills city, and said Iks a total less. Day Schoel for Yeung Ladies. und was en fire, and will that the recent raid upon nnnrchists This Institution has n hl:h reputation ler Its The less will probably be gSOO.OOO, yjf a plot of the police, get up se mHiiy advantages and thorough education In here was every branch. The Musical Department Is as te warrant coercive measures. Murdered by Ills Sen. Art; Countless Theuminils of Thrin Written by Matthew 0. Lewis, a There VOll TIlEASUItEIt. nt Ukj World's 1'nlr. We oie authorized te anneunco JAMES W. member cf the British Parliament, Wew.d's Fai Grounds, Sept, 27. K1TZGEHAM) as a candidate for mere than a hundred years age. Paid ndmissiens Monday, 170,000. te the elllce of Treasurer of the city, subject Odd fellows of high and low degree te the net Ien of the pteple. IT HAS Ceuntv Judge, subject te the action of the Democratic pilmnry. roil COU.NTV ATTOUNEY. We lire authorized te anneunco JOHN L. CIIAMIH:it!,AlN us a candidate for County Attorney, subject te the action of the Democratic parly. FOIl COUNTV 8UTE!tINTi:NDENT. We are authorized te anneunco G. W. IILAT-TRUMA- We are authorized te anneunco CHAHLES D. NRWEI.Ij as a candidate ler the olllce et reu ceuntv judcie. - Mi tH vt? : 'i ,m m Ex-pr- i -- ns a candidate ter te elllce el County Superintendent of Schools nt next November election, subject te the action et the Uomecratio party. ,..;! . reu 1 JAILEIl. Sen-nt- er subject te the action of the Democratic party. FOIl SIH'.UIFF, We me authorized' te anneunco UOUEUT KIUIC as a candidate ler te the office of Jailer at the November election, 18U3, TO. i I I A. M. Campbell, nnti-repc- e We are authorized te anneunco J.C. as a candidate ler te the olllce et Sherlir, subject te the action of the Democratic primary. N t, 'M TC .VA1 ' ..' "f AK We are authorized te anneunco JOHN C. KVEUKTT ns it candidate ler rocleetlon te' the olllce of County Assoesernt the election In 1K)I, subject te the action of the Democratic reit COUNTY ASSESSOIl. ,. CM ' parly. SV-X1- x State National Bank .MAYSVIIiliK, KY. O.ll'iTJf. NUltl'I.V HCOCK SV,0l lit). tKIO 'r"Vl ' "J 'i't x1 under the direction of a irradiiate of a noted World's Fulr Visitors. conservatory. German nnd L'olcctle System of Drawing taught free. Illlnd pupils will be Ciiicaoe, Sept. 27. The total admisKnr terms by the 1'elnt-prln- t Method. t rallied And ether Information npply te 8ISTKUS OF sions Tuesday were 223,710, of which THF. VI81TATMV Mum villi Mnsen Ce.. Ky. 191,043 paid. DO A UENKHAI, BANKING BUSINESS. t D Uuinnn ft.. 1. a. W lit a ftjlii VIIIIIICIi , " 'H S f W. II. Cox. President. 3m. N. Kiiik, L&& . thS.&2MfmK ...tfrl-i.- ; . . i ' i i lAi ,V!M.L.J V... .,.... , Af '' wiMM . ? ., sv , . ' - x - . . ' ' ' ' ,' 1 , 'V ' ' ' . ' ' , ' ' ' 10 MERCY Te Be Shown the Bloody Anar- Fer Stomach , XI BISMARCK VERY WEAK. May 1H) Compclled te Sty In KUslngen All "Winter. 27. A CONDENSED fiEWS 3' chists in Spain. They Are te Be Stamped Out Like Se Many Snakes. The PpnnUh Newspaper Arc Practically Unnnlmens In Snylng That Anarchist Are the Unemlcs of Humanity Vigorous MciuiurcfiJWm lte. Taken. Bewel, Liver Complaints, and Headache, use Klfsalngen eays Londen, Sept Is dispatch from AVER'S CATHARTIC PILLS They are purely vegetable, speedily dissolved, and easy te take. Every dose sugar-coated, net approve of the suggostien that has been made that Emperor William visit him at Kisfiiugcn, as they fear that tlte slightest increase of excitement might prove fatal The dispatch odds that if illness dangerous. tliat Prince Uismarck's Ills family docs DRESS GOODS We have Just received n shipment of new and stylish Dress Ooeda. Including plain nnd figIn nil the new shades. A ured Novelty"lregg Uoeds nt only 37yJe. per Glottis. In blue, ten and yard; 60 Inch grny, nt 60c. per ynrd: Twenty lines of Corsets, Including nil the celebrated mnkes, such ns Wnrner'g,"Tlnll'g, J. .. I'. I).. lH& 8., Woven, etc., nt low prices: nl6Q cheap grndes nt 10, 50. Ci nnd "ftc., In black, hlte nnd old geld. Ask te tee our Mc. unlnundrlcd Shirt. It Is n bnrgnln. Hep-sackin- g all-wo- -- t The police ere searching the houses of anarchists here for two anarchists who are suspected of having been connected with Uh attempt made by Pallas, en Sunday last, en the life of Ocn. Martinez Campes. The two men, tlw police ere looking for, fled from Barcelena te this city shortly after the explosion of the bombs en the review ground. The newspaper press throughout Spain is demanding that the strongest measures possible be token immediately te suppress anarchism. Owing te the desire of the government te be as liberal as possible in the treatment of the people, and owing te the wish net te interfere mere than is absolutely necessary with personal liberty, things which should have been put down with a strong hand have been tolerated. The newspapers here nad elsewhere are practically unanimous in saying that anarchists are the enemies of humanity in general and that they should be stamped out of existence with as little compunction as poisonous snakes would be destroyed. The eyes of Spain seem have te been opened at last te the danger of anarchy and te the necessity of taking prompt measures te exterminate the conspirators, whose numbers are increasing day by day owing te the easy manner in which they have been treated. Anarchistic papers, it is claimed, are allowed te be published, and anarchist societies exist with the knowledge of the police, all because of the theory that the papers should be given as much personal liberty as possible. As one Spanish paper remarks, why should anarchist papers, preaching murder, and anarchist societies, organizing for murder, be allowed te exist, when a paper preaching simple robbery, and society organizing for robbery, say honreosts alone, should be suppressed. The only difference, it is claimed, is that the anarchists protect themselves by claiming that their bloodthirsty plotting is of a political nature. . Such "politics," it is held by the press of bpain, must no longer receive even the faintest show of toleration, and anarchists end anarchy, the papers insist, must be effectively stamped out, once and for alb It was necessary, however, for the commander-in-chie- f of the army te be borabarded with dynamite at the head of his forces before the press of Spain woke up te the real state of affairs se far as anarchy is concerned. Pallns has confessed that he dogged the steps of Gen. Martinez-Campe- s ever since May. During all this time he carried a bomb in his pocket, but never had a chance te use it until Sunday last. 37. Madrid, Sept Effective J. J. FITZGERALD, Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter! 41 West Second .Street, . JnveTuiig Steves. JIAYSVIhLK, KY. the prince's doctors gave their assent, Emperor William, It is said, will visit Prince IMsmnrclc as seen as the latter Is removed te Froderlchsruhe. It appears new that his return te his home at present Is impossible Tle Standard's correspondent at Berlin, in his report about Prince quotes various papers te show is still very that the wcalt. These papers say, the correspondent continues, that the prince Is pale and emaciated. He has no appetite, and he leeks a head shorter than Ne. CI West Second Street, SIAVSVILI.K, KY. he formerly did. Ills family arc urging him te go te Frlcdrichsruhc, but the old statesman is reluctant te make a asawifri!FWiTnTntnffwiiFmwFiri?n?Fi?nTnintnfrwitFi!FWfcs move, and Is fearful of the effc-ctof a journey upon him in his weakened condition. The prince new talks of remaining in KIssIngen for the winter. His-marc- h, 1,1 Gathered Frem All Farti of tbe Country X,y ' Telegraph. Albert Moere, the English artist, is dead. QThc. pope has appointed Rev. Father Edward Dunne, of the Chicago diocese, bishop of Dallas, Tex. .jh t& Senater Faulkner Tuesday introduced a bill providing for the admission of the territory of New Mexico as BROWNING & CO., a state. President Carnet has sent a telegram, te the czar of Russia expressing regret nt the supposed less of the Russian war ship Reusala. As the direct result of the West Vir- ginla exhibit at the World's fair, several wealthy gentlemen are looking for geed timber claims in the state. Frank Opfer, living south of Elyria, O.. while alighting from his buggy, tripped and fell, dislocating his neck, from Umj effects of which he has 6lnce died. , s A MILLION cechran & sons, atteiwvys a t la ceuut stkkkt. A. I. J. COCIIllAN, WM. p. COCIIllAN. . IIOIIT. A. COCIIllAN, ) MAI'S VILLK.KY 1 Dollars In Counterfeit Hills One of the (lung Wcnkcncd nnd Tipped Off the Criminal yiinrtct. Nnw Yerk, Sept. 27. An extensive counterfeiting plant was raided at Live ingston, S. I., Monday night, and Delneco and his alleged wife were An-gcl- I Grandad Whisky, i lUSH arrested. The police secured ever a million dellnrs In counterfeit bills. There were four in the gang altogether, two men nnd two women. Before State Commissioner Bellows at Brooklyn Tuesday Ilelnoce wns held in ee.OOO and the woman In 52,500 RINTER'S INKJF&. baiL LEAD TO PROSPERITY. W&'Bear This in AJind AND WHEN YOU. It seems Delneco is an expert engraver, nnd had charge of an extensive plant In the Argentine republic. On account of revolutionary troubles he turned te this country about three months age. He entered into an arrangement with a man named Perrln te make counterfeits of Argentine currency, and the women were te dispose of it for geed American specie and bills. Perrln weakened and gave Information te the police which led te the raid Monday night. BY A BEAR. Lively Scene nt the llagrnhnch Menngcrle en the Midway l'lulwincc Chicago, Sept 27. Fritz Mess, one of the animal trainers nt Ilagcnbach's BITTEN V1ATR0NIZE seasonable)?.! GOODS, And Housekeeping ME State Bank Commissioner Bricden-tha- l, Tuesday, stated that his Investigation Inte the failure of the Klncald chain of bunks In Kansas showed that fully ?200,000 of the bank's money Is missing. Incendiaries started a fire In the barn of Mrs. Geerge Wentzel, near O., that totally destroyed the building, with contents six horses, three cows and grain and feed. Ne insurance. $2 50 per gallon. Henry Bellwood, a bachelor farmer, Three Years Old, was found lying in his at 2 00 per gallon Cash One Year Old, Carlyle, 111., with his head beaten te a d jell. Robbery was the object had no faith in banks, and always Old Grandad is made as our Grandad's carried his money about him. Asiatic cholera, which has been prevmade it no hop yeast, no wooden stills. alent in the Persian gulf for the last Our grain is worked altogether by Slop fortnight, has new appeared at Kaze-ruYeast, distilled en Straight Copper and near Shiraz, where there are many deaths daily. The villages along the boiled by Furnace Heat. We also have route te Bushire are deserted. Old Peach and Apple Brandies. Mr. Carrell's yacht Navahee has completed her outfit for her return te the United States. She will sail from Southampton Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Carrell will sail en her. It Is probable that the yacht will touch at MT. GILEAD, KY. Madeira. Fremont V. Brown, a Christian JUJUJHiUilUIUIlJiUliiHiUiUJlUJllJUJIlJUJIUIUlUiliiUUiUK clergyman who recently resigned his charge at Braddock, Pa., committed suicide at Syracuse, N. Y., Thesday ami STAPLE morning, by jumping into the Erie canal. He was adjudged insane Monday nnd was being taken te the V'! OLIO i doer-yar- d Bell-wee- n, GHAMPB FARROW & SON. 1 CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, Allen A. Edmonds PRINTER. Orders Solicited for Anything That Can Be Printed With Type. menagerie, en Midway Plaisnnce, was badly bitten by a black bear. The bear was a clown bear, but Tuesday night he was net feeling funny, nnd during the performance he given turned the trainer, ing him a terrific blew, knocking him down, and then bounding upon him sank his teeth into his .shoulders. Several keepers rushed In, bent the bear oil nnd dragged Mass without the Mass was badly arena. wounded nnd was bleeding profusely. His injuries will net prove fatal, but it will be some time before he Is able te run the clown bear again. Iren-raile- d Goods Generally Alvays en Hand AMI KOK SA1K KY At Noblesville, Ind., a quarrel between Dan Gaddisand Ambrose Hedges terminated in the ieath of the former During the altercation Tuesduj. Hedges struck Gaddls with a The wife of Gnddis participated in the fracas with a knife. Hedges is in hiding somewhere. asylum. neck-yok- e. jl Itewnrtls for Dynamiters. Still IleiiitmrilliiK Ille. fl If . ' W" Londen, Sept 27. A cable messsage received from the manager of n Len-- ' den branch bank in Kie de Janeiro, dated 10 a, m. Tuesday, says that the WOODEN AND WILLOWWARE, rebel squadron resumed the bombard' meut of the capital of Brazil Tuesday SECOND STREET, - Bet. COURT and SUTTON. morning. The forts replied te the fire of the warships, after which tlxe lattei We take pleasure in announcing that we have opened a full ceased firing, and retired out of range. line of these goeils, bought in New Yerk at the lowest cash prices, On several of the rebel ships the sheik and we are new prepared te supply the wants of the trade. We of the forts are said te have caused stock, and ask for a death omeng the crew. In Rie there shall endeavor te keep a full and was a less of life and destruction tc liberal shnre of patronage. property, but full particulars arc unet tainablc. Torpedo Jtetits I'lght. Uuknes Avres, Sept 27. An exciting skirmish took place Tuesday in the JIAYSVILLE, KY. NEXT HOOK TO STATE NATIONAL HANK. outer reads of this harbor between some torpedo beats, which have joined the revolutionists, and vessels of the Argentine lleet The attack was made by the torpedo beats, but the loyal men of war were prepared for it, and Jttilibrd An Aged Couple. net only beat off the insurgent vessels, Bi'Ti.KK, Pa., Sept 27. Tuesday midA CURIOUS CALCULATION but later took the offensive and capnight five masked men battered down tured the rebel beats and their crews. Ne. 2. They then the doer te The lighting between the two fleets Around the World 206 Times. bound Mr. and Mrs. Disle, the keepers, DKALKKS I.N- was very sharp for n time and many An eminent physician Las made a curious who nre seventy years old, and men were killed, including several of- mathematical calculation in Riving the the house. The robbers took ficers. workings of .the human heart in mileage $200 in cash nnd ether valuables. When MANTELS, GRATES, He shows that in a lifetime of bl years found Tuesday morning the eged couTuemluy' (Inities. the bleed as it passes through the heart i ple were almost dead from fright and 6 I Cincinnati... ... 7 i Cincinnati which, exhaustion and may net recover. 0 thrown a distance of 5,150,880 mile?, ... 5 Ilroeklyn. 1 Ilroeoklyn.. in a continuous stream, would reach ateuml 0 13 Cleveland Tinware, Tin Reefing, Guttering and Spouting. JChicaee Husband Whipped by White, Cup. e 7 the world 206 times Wnshinten New Yerli Cii.uu.usTO.v, S. C., Sept 27. At Mt 11 6 strain en Pittsburgh .. Keeping in view this constant Pittsburgh. ........ 10 5 1 Philadelphia. Phtlnpelphln. the heart, and taking into consideration the Pleasant, a village across the river .1011 WOKK OF ALIi KINDS Kxecuted in the best manlier. 8 8 jlUltlmere isu Leuis alcofrom here, white caps waylaid ami auuw it receives from 7 Ilaltlinore 1st. Louts. holic and ether stimulants, is it any wonder whipped B. I. Maglll, who was charged 3 (Louisville 0 that it finally becomes affected, refuses te with beating his wife. Magill's wife (Bosten. K?i,E perform its work, and causes death ? The denied that her husband had struck HOW TI1EY RANIC. fact can be readily understood that one in her. Tlie mob consisted of twenty Wen. Lest Pr. Ct. four ha3 a weak heart, also the importance el young men of the villuge. 11 .C72 81 .1)03 ten treating that organ as wen as its ailected con- All the parties are white. " ! 48 T7 .010 PUUburgn. dition is in the slightest degree manifested. 71 N 6i Philadelphia Turtles of three or mere persons, Ladles or Arizona Postmaster .MunleriMl. Header, if you have any reason whatever SCO 70 55 Cleveland rooms close te Yuma, A. T., Sept 27. Postmaster (cms, ciin be lurnlelied nice Statu hew many for believing your heart te be uflected, you CS .531 SOLD. the Fair for (1 tier rinv encli. New Yerk CJ 03 .608 should attend te it at once. De net hesl Petter, of Oila City, nnd Rebert Roberts cemlntr ami when. Address, Ilroeklyn ii. kuvi;s, j. Albert Hetel, ,600 63 63 rpitKSK Instruments have enjoyed who die suddenly of this were murdered there, their skulls being tate. Many persons CClnclnnatl Manager Prince .L n hlKh reputation ler mero than (9 69 .401 Ualtlmere.'. disorder liave never suspected its presence. beaten In by unknown persons. One tll.17 Star avenue, Chicago, forty years. They are Ilrllllnnt and 71 M 437 Chicago Jeseph Boedy, Horpent, N. Y., writes: " Thrve body was found in the pest office and Musical In Tene, and afford a most 65 ,4M 74 St Loul years age I begnn te have difficulty In breathing, lieautltul accompaniment te vocal .4(K 49 73 Louisville palpitation of the heart set in, and my llrabs unit the ether near it The murderers are music the teno having that rare 40 74 .351 l'hyslcUns utd I believed te have been Indians, who Washington ankles were badly Bwellcn. sympathetic) quality which blends Courier-Journa- l, could net llvenwcek. I began using Dr. Miles' were mining near Gila. Seme arms Weekly admirably with the human voice. New Heart Cure i tbeurst bottle greatly telle vW They are Durable, being conFound Seme Poison. age, the several were stolen from the pest otllee. me, and, although 76 years of structed of the llest Materials by HKXKV W.UTEKSOX, Editor. Qukuec, Sept 27. Three children bottles I toelc altogether 10 Immensely benefited the Most Skillful Workmen. They Y. 91. C A. Cengrc'8. am a new have earned an especial reputation named Ueulrick, of Evareiste Ucauce, me that I remedy." man. I cheerfully recommend this Chicago, Sept 27. The World's conler keeping In tone, and nUe ter reHest Democratic Paper Published. nged 5, 0 and 8, were left aleno in their "While suffering from severe attack of heart gress auxilary of the Columbian expostaining In a most romarkable dedie, physicians huvlnt: gree their original tullnessef teno They found semo strychnine in dlBease, and expecting tewas induced t, buy some home. no relief, I ttllordedm with the internanever mewing thin or wiry with ONJ.Y t A YIMlt. a bottle and drank it The eldest and of I)r. Miles' New Heart Cure. Every dose lined ition, in connection the Yeung Men's age. The Company, through their would youngest are dead and the ether child me tight up. and it seems as though it All the tional committee of agents, have received several ftrst nlmest raise the deal. I would willingly Christian associations, have just issued WWW WW !&r1,,L,W8premiums during the past tew is in a precarious condition'. New Heart Cure bottles with cold for t he maci I j ears, and their Instruments have Y. M. C. Must miscellany. remedy they contain, if f could, net Kt tie m a call for the congress of the cent invariably taken high rnnk wherwoman's pnire. Inillium I'estiniistt'rit. A. of the world te be held en the 0th of MAC T U C "est en ether terms.'1 8. A. Hull, Franklin. N. Y I ever exhibited. Prices Moderate. riAO nest children's department "Fer 20 years waa cerleu!4y troubled wit Washington, Sept 27. Among the heart disease and Inervous prostration, the Im'vri October in Memerial Art palace, In conTerms Kasy. llest answers te eerrenominations for postmasters made affecting the sciatic nerve of my left side Itur nection with ether religious congresses. JllJUJilJiUU I.e,e,ruV.,r,rtr,raP,,U SEND FOR CATALOGUE. Ing that tlwe I ( as treated by many premlti nt Tuesday wero Ed Veris, Crawferds-villo- ; physicians, und Mint hundreds el dollars mm I'nr Mrs. Cleveland. Michael II. Kennedy. Lafnyette( for medicines, all of which failed. Recent v I PIANO CO. Waphinoten, Sept 27. Three young It Kivrt away a valuable premium ttcry dav Ter EMERSON Cure, und buzan using Samuel M. McCutehen, North Man- new entirely Pr. Mlfes' New Heartcomplaints. a Dachshunds arrived at the white house the largest club recelfd. frce from my old chester;' Charles W. Schindlar, New Al- Oeorge .1. Harry, l'ark City. Utah. 174 Tremont Street, Tuesday morning after a journey overSample copies of the Weekly Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure is sold en a bany. BOSTON. I)r MUci land and bea of 4,000 miles. They wci e guarantee by all druggists, or by will be sent free- te any address. Wrlte te the Hcnjamln Whltwerth, the great man- - Medical Ce., Elkiiart, Ind., en receipt of prlee. sent te Mrs. Cleveland by Mr. Merrltt, per bottle, six bottles S5, exprevi prepaid. It BRANCH J Ne' - riftb Avenue, New Yerk. United States consul ut Bremen, ufneturer of Manchester, ling., and a SI positively contains nMthsr opiates nor dangereui the CO., Louisville BT0RES I v0. 218 Wnbiih Ave.. Chicane. Germany. ., ,.,, V.TD,. philanthropist, js dead. Urucs. Free book at druggists, or by mall, t. San Fkancisce, Sept. 27. Rewards amounting te $3,000 have been offered for the nrrcst nnd conviction of the PURE- dynamiters who caused Saturday This amount innight's explosion. cludes $1,000 offered by the Coast Seamen's union, te which organization the ALL COLOR'S, KKADY FOR USE. crime is attributed by the police. Fifty pounds of dynamite, which hed been stolen from Gelden Gate park, was Lend, Varnishes, Celers, Pure Wlitte found Monday night in a room en Dry mill in Oil. I'nint Ilrushe?, White Third street, and it the thought this Wnsh Ilruelieg, Oils for I'ltintltiK", may nllerd a clew. The Vessel OwnEimmi'l for ers' association has held a meeting and StutuW, &c Hluck Xunmel for Klrc decided te carry en the fight ngainst Trout. &c., for side by the Coast Scnnien's union with renewed determination. Hugh Dempsry's l'arden. MAYSVlliLK, KY. IlAiiitisiiuite, Pa., Sept 27. Applications were made te the beard of parHjg. smith, ! dons Tuesday for the release of Hugh P. Dempsey and Rebert lleatty, new undergoing imprisenmen in the RiverThclatnt Lecal for the side penitentiary, Painless Extraction of Teeth. alleged conspiracy ns the leaders in the te poison ur teeth iintl puma In order Ter keeping une Sapenin, bei teeth wvsh kuewn te the workmen at Homestead during the strike, one year age. Mrs. Dempsey world. Olllee. Second ("licet. was present. V: .. J i. rj.i-.ii. THE MARKETS. - vW&ff J. I). DYE. PEED & Itt-tnl- DYE, Dealer In 1 tVliolt'nle unit l Acme Mixed Paints. China, Glass, Qiieeiisware, J. Jas.Woed, Druggist, DENTIST Anm-thUtt- Jl 70.il.8 WnEAT Market Is very firm at COc for Ne. 2 The receipts are se very light that prices continue te go up. Cens Market Is fairly steady; the tendency Is toward a low market. Sales: Ne. 2 white at 41c. Ne. 2 mixed 43c: nixed car 44c. Oats Market Id very Arm and steadily advancing Sales: Ne. 2 white at S3ic; Ne. 3 mixed nt 31 e ItYS Market Is steady ntSle for Ne. 2. Cattle delect butcher, s&WM.DO, extra, 14 1534 25 fair te geed, S3.00.jX7S; common, M752.7S Hclfera. Goed te choice, eJ.00S3.50; common te fair Jl 7S32 7.V. Cews: Goed te choice. ?iy '315: fair te medium, J2.0J''2.75; common and ihtnreuzh stun, 75c&:l.S0; steck-er2.oe .aea, yearling calves, J2 0J 3u0 CiLvns-Comm- en and large, 13.0034. 75; Veal fair te geed light, !5.00.,5 75; extra, 6.00. Hogs Select heavy and prime butcher. 56.90 fi'OO. fair te poed packers, jfl. 63 i6 0): common and rough, 5 75u8.50, fair te geed light, common te fair, $47587 00; fat pigs, i0.3V0-Ci- ; s, Cincinnati, Sept 2T. v FLenn Market steady with en easy demand. J4.0Oj4.2S; fancy at S3 25 Spring patent, vaTO. nnd family, r2752aei Winter patent auetable at ta20tl'.U: fancy at '2.8)8100; family. 2.15u2. 40. extra, tl W3.Z0O; low grade, well-selecte- 5.75&&2. cemmefn PEED & DYE, Yearling and wethers, She?p: Goed te choice, fS.0O150; 51 M32.75 stockers, 51.75tj2.75. te fair, Lambs. Best shipper". $4.0044.40; common te fair JJ.002a75; butchers', K.W JA75. 13.003371 cows and light steers, 1250 S4.25 course Meers, 54.00. Hees Stronger for geed grades; Yorkers, !.7Ja7 00. mixed, KLi0i7 00: heavy, J7.00.t7.10i roughs. '0 2iaa.ia SntEl' Streng, fair te best lambs, T4 25 5 30; fair te best sheep, t&504.2-exper- t wethers, Jl.50.t4 75. Cattls-Stea- dy Shsep and Lamb Buffalo, Sent 27. non-unio- n McCLANAHAN -- & SHEA, tell-hous- e ran-socke- d Market steady at yesterday's prices; no cattle shipped te New Yerk. Hogs Market steady, all grades. M.00 J7.00; 8 cars of hogs shipped te New Yerk. SiiEEi'-Mar- ket strenger.at shadehlghcr than yesterday's prices. IlALTittenr., Sept 27. Wheat Weak, by sample, 03j7Jc; en grade. 674360.Vc; red western, easy; eush, C9Jf aflO'ic October, WWZC9c; December, 720 CenN White firm at 55JJ5Cc: yollew nominal at 53351c, mixed western, Arm; cash, 48cj October, 4Sic; December, 47H& v Oats Qulet and easy; Ne. 2 mixed, 34)335e Ne. 2 white, 37j3;!ic Rye-Neglec- ted, Cattle PiTTsnrnen, Sept 27. 72c, 1 I I 1 I I I I . Ne. 2, 52253c. ever-exertio- I 1 He! World's Eair EMERSON 60,000 well-know- n PIANOS J. CO Ne. 2 spring Ne. 3 spring wheat, CO wheat, 82c; Ne. 2 red, Ma MSe. Ne. 2 corn, 431fc. Ne. 2 eats, 28Uc; Ne. 2 white, Ne. 3 white, 2SUMliR Ne. 2 rye. 45c Ne. 2 barley nominal. Ne. 3 40c; Ne. 4 f. e. b., 30 . Ne. 1 tlaxfceed, !I.0J1.0C& New Yenn, Sept. 27. WnEVT Spot market Ue lower and fairly active; Ne. 2 red store nnd elevator 71 Vc, afloat 72'ie. f. a b.,7!lic: Ne. 3 red Cite; ungraded red te t73He: Ne Northern, 73c; Ne. 2 red Septem ber closed at 71 tic. Cern Spots steady and dull; Ne. 2 MVie atleat; September closed at 50a eats Spots firm early, closing qulet and September S5HQ30C, closing at SCei October Jl?034ic, closing at 34Hci November 3KQ 34?c, closing nt 34Hc; Dccember 34HW35f. closing at 35c; Ne. 2 white 89S0!iei Ne. 8 Chicago 87.37c; Ne. S 35Het Ne. I Vrhlta !8ij83tic; mixed western 30J37Jc; white de, Ofl -e; 1 Fi.ecn and GnAiN-Ca- sh Fleur Firm and unchanged. CnicAoe. Sept. J' 27. quotatlecst 53242c. RYE Dull, western 52 J35c. V nt (OliSSOc; car lets Arm and scarce; Ne 2 mixed, MHflBMc; Ne. 2 yollew, 52a OvTS-Hlg- her; spa, 3fltfc; September, SO B37e. Teledo, O .Sept. 27. WnuAr Steadler; Ne. 2 cash and Septcmber, 53Uc; October, cevje; December, W;c; May, tember, C9Jf.tl70e. Coun Higher; Ne, Wheat Firmer; I'niLADELPniA, SeptjT. Ne. 2 red spot, 70j; Sep2 " mixed epet, September, ixwl-tlv- e Courler-Jouin- well-know- n COURIER-JOURNA- L feyc, Coun Dull and lower; Ne. 2 cash, 42(c. Ne. J yellow, 4Uc, Oats Qulet; cash, 23c Ryk Dull; cash, 49a CLOYEn-BEiActive and firm; prima cash September and October, t5.&Ji December and January, WOO. . " . ", ,wT,(,rr",'w? 4 - i viwyiy' . t vwV Vfi&rBrMtff&Ti-- "T2W,yWV ' ' ..! ' . .V Y..JV IV'-lr- . - r'.tt "" BLOOD - THIRSTY rThe WHITE, JUDD -- Are still iu the & CO. St. Jeseph Train Rebber! Savagely Killed. PUBNITURE BUSINESS At He. 42 W. Second Street. HEADACHE CURE! Gutmuitced te euro nil Itcndnchcs or money refunded. ritEPADED ONLY DY OHIHinsrO"XA7"E!TH:TS CASH PRICES! te-da- y ir CITY UIKHOTOST. Mayer CITY OFl'tCEItrt. fy VTTTTTT f '?rrr'''V " " ' '-- t ITTTT " K. E, PedrtO.Ur Martin A O'liure .Ob ". The Evidence Shows That the Pelict Riddled Their Bodies With Bullets. On Dr. J. H. 8AMUEL, Rurceen Ooed Hauinrltati Hospital, K.vacting Superintendent Lengvlew Iuintie Asylum, THOS. J. CHENOWETH, Draggfet WE ARE THE LEADERSP or the Rebber riercctl With Thirty two Hulls-Sher- iff Cnrnen Fired Scriil Bullets Iiite Kehler After He ll.ul Fallen Outside the Express Cur. PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON Omen Residence With Ur. Strode. Third st., 1 Doer West of Mnrket. 1 N St. JesEPir, Me., Sept. 27. The cere ner's jury which has been holding ar inquest uieu the bodies of Frederick Kehler and Huge Gleitz, the two train robbers who were killed in their attempt te rob a llurllngten train Sun day night, has returned a verdict that the robbers came te thejr death at the hands of officers, while attempting te rob a train. The uvidence showed that Fredericks, Garver and Hearst, as seen as they were made members of the gang, ench Informed the authorities of the contemplated raid, and kept them advised as te the progress of the robbers' plans. The evidence alhe showed that the robbers were shot down in cold bleed, and that the police made no attempt te capture them. Chief of police Uredle testified that it was the Intention of himself and Sheriff Carsen te kill Kehler and the two Qleitz boys, and he expressed regret that Henry Gleitz get off with his life. The examination of the bodies of Kehler and Huge Gleitz showed that they had been literally riddled with bullets. Helder's body bulhad been pierced with thirty-twlets. Eye witnesses testified that Sheriff Carsen shot several bullets into Kehler after the latter had fallen prostrate outside the express air. The body of Huge Qleitz had thirteen bullet wounds. One story net told at the inquest places his death en the shoulders of General Manager Ilrewn, of the Burlington read. He had quite a duel with Gleitz, and from his pistol it is thought the robber received his death. COUNTERFEITERS CAUGHT. c Tire Chicago .lien Arretted unit an train-robbin- P. B. Edgington, BRICKMASON BIEBBOWEB VQCNTS FOU THE- & CO., - CONTRACTOR Estimate Mnde en nil Classes of Werk. Leck llex Ifcii, Mnysvllle, Ky. C. Ad-dre- MONARCH ANDNATIONAL A Gasoline Steves! Nes. 212 and 214 Market Street. W. WAKDLE, large supply of TIIe Hearths and Iren and Weed Mantels constantly In stock. Masen Jars always lu stock. Headquarters for Cooking and Heating Steves. g 1 DENTIST Zwelsart's Meck, Second and Sutten btrcets. rnaWhen bavlngTeetli Extracted take (las. Ab- ramipMaiui sate. GIVE US A CALL. fc& K .T? r- - ' feiuteiv MONUMENTAL, STATUARY AM) CEMETEKY WOIIK, In Grnnile and Marble. BALLEIGEE TV A . - pest-morte- m M. IDS R. CtILMORE, Sthkkt. -- o MAYSVILLE. KY. BJrl'reesteuc BuIldlUR Werk. Sidewalks, Ac, at natlifactery prlcei W. Skce.nd Jewelry Diamonds Silverware . wyyyyywiiw)VwvMwvO ,. m JT.l JTA POSTOFFICE .. .. .. wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwit .. iYJ rk l'A yyYijVMw vy(wfvjwrywwwi iwyvwiwvwtvjvi.MiwviyvvjQiiiuUxiif A . S. DRUG STORE JONES' aSve PAINTS. We gunrnntee theso Paints In 'oevyyrroy.c w'jmrtmrvwrfrwrrrr 'viv'p' . 1 z vp v vr' v Your Favorite Heme Newspaper And the every respect. W. Fit7gerald Collector nnd Treasurer E. W. F.tzgernld .Marshal C. D. Shepnrd Assessor Why shouldn't the pnrty who pays cash for Weed nud Ceal Inspector William Davis Orocerlcs hnve a discount ter cash? Hut de Whnrfmuster O. M. l'hlstcr you get them nny cheaper than the pnrty who City Prosceutor Jehn L, Chamberlain hns them ohnrged? for I will glve you City Physician Dr. W. 8. Yazell this advantage for your cash: City Undertaker Mcllvuli c, Humphreys & Ilramct 12 lbs sack Heur Si Keeper Almshouse .Mrs..Mary Hellln 1 Ballen oil 8 1 gallon best vinegar 1ft CITY COUNCIL. 1 lb Arbuckle Celleo S5 Meets First Ttiursdau Evening in Each Menth, Other goods as cheap na nny eno. ICE William H. Cox President. always en hand. Call nnd co what you will save ou Inst week's bill by paying cash nt MK.MUF.HS. Fourth Ward. Fiist Ward. (l)W.H.Wndswerth.Jr (1) Rebert Flcklln, PLUM STKEET (2)Conard Rudy, (2)H.L.Nowell, (3) Jehn T. Martin. (3) W. II. Cox. GROCERY. Second IPrtnl. Fifth Ward. (1) M. F. Kcheu, (DI1.T. Haulmau, (2) .1. 1. Snllsbury, 0!) O. II. Pearce, Jr., BAII.BOAn BOHBDUtB. (3) C. W. Wardle. (3) E. A. it blnse i. Sixth Ward. Third Ward. CINCINNATI tUVISION Clir.HAPEAKB AND OHIO (1) Polk Hicks. It. Ne. 2.. lOCJa. iu (1) II. C. nierbower. (2) Rufus Dryden, I'j.ii Ne.Bi 7:2iip, iu (2) h. u. IUnttermnn, (3) Gee. Benreeder. ttopper. mi, is iu taju. 6:(3 p. iu The figures ludlcnte the number of years Ne. 4 ench Councilman has te serve trem Jnnunry, I I... .1:15 a. m 1KB. 'sfv ' 19 0:30 a. (Ne. 17 10.10 a. in MASONIC I.ODOE4. S 4:28 p. m Confidence Ledge Ne. 62 Meets first Men-dn- y Nes. 19 and 20 are the Mavsvllle accommeda nigh tin each month. tien, nud Nes. 17 and IS the Huntington accem Masen Ledge Ne. 342 Meets second Monday modatien. Nes. nnd 'i are the last cypres' und Neb. Sand 4 the V. VS. Ne. 1 runs through ulght in ench mouth. Maysvllle Chapter Ne. 0 Meets third MonBit1) p. tn. te Chicago, nrrlvlng there nt Ne. 4 (K. F. V.) Is n solid train with through day night In each mouth. Maysvllle Cemmundery Ne. 10- MeetB fourth dining car nnd Pullman sleepers te Washing- .Monday night lu ench month. ton, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New Yerk. Through Pullman sleeper te Richmond, Vn ODDTELLOWfl. Delvnlb Ledge Ne. 12 Meets every Tuesday nud Old Point Comfert. Ne. 2 Is n solid train Washington nnd Old night. with Pullman sleeper te Ittuggeld Ledge Ne. 27 Meets every WednesPoint Comfert, making nil Knstcru nud Southday night. eastern connections. Plsgah Encnmptnent Ne. 0 Meets second The accommodation trains are dally except Sunday; the rest nre dally. nnd leurth Mondays tr every month. Direct connection nt Cincinnati for points Canten Maysvllle Nr 2 Meets third enduy ulght tn each month. West nnd Seuth. Friendship Ledge Ne. 42, D. of first Monday ulght tn each month. UAY8VILI.E DIVISION. KN101ITS or rYTIllAS. Limesteno Ledgo Ne. 30 Meets every Friday NuulibeuwI. night. I.cnye Mnysvllle nt Mnysvllle Division Ne. 0 U. 11 -- Meets first 5:42 n. m. for Paris, mouth. Cincinnati, Rich- Tuesday In ' evety p. e. s. A. mond. Stnnferd. Liv Washington Camp Ne. 3 Meets every Thure ingsten, Jellice, Mlddlosberough, Cumberland Oap, Frankfort. Loulsvllle nud points en N. day ulght. a. a. r. N. nnd M. V Eastern Division. Jeseph Hnlscr Pest Ne. 13 Meets first and Leaves Mnysvllle et 1:45 p. tn. ter Paris, Cln clnnatl, Loxlugten, Winchester, Richmond third Saturdays In each month. M. C. Hutchins CninD Ne. 2. 8. of V. Meow and points en N. N. nnd M. V., Eastern Divisfirst und third Wednesday's of the mouth. ion. Weman's ltellef Cerps Meets second and Northbound. Arrlve nt Mnysvllle nt 50 n. in. nnd 8:40 fourth Saturdays In each month. p. tn. K. op it. All trains daily except Sundny. Maysvllle Ledgo Ne. 2778. Meets first end third Tuesdays in each month. a. e. v. w. Maien Ledgo Ne. 20 Meets second and CltrClerk t tf LOWRfS .... i:p. an 1 tcw tl 1 r cew Lex-lugte- Paint and Whitewash Brushes. A Complete Liue of Stationery. A1iuii0unouefuul Klnb-enit- Coinage Apparatus belied. Drugs, Chemicals. Chicago, Sept '27. An important "capture of counterfeiters and seizure POWER of a complete coinage apparatus was made by Capt, Perter, of the secret service, Tuesday. Fer some time complains of spurious dollars in circulation had been mode by west side merchants. Copt Perter finally located AVm. D. Kelly and Leenard L. Slcwert, at Ne. TO Seuth Aberdeen street, as the counterfeiter, and Tuesday morning placed them both under arrest. They admitted having made the coin, and in their room were found 250 well made dollars ready for plating, abeuts five plaster melds, a machine for milling the edges of coin and a complete elecRudy, best et 3.1 varieties occerding te Ohie tro plating apparatus. Experimental Sttttlen ntnl First I'remlum nt Mnysvllle Fair. ?1 10porbu-helJenes's Win. TRAIN WRECKERS BAFFLED. ter Fife, Early Kcil Cluwsen. Peole und &REYN0LDS. Pure Seed Wheat FOR SALE. The Best Varieties . Leading Republican Family , Paper of the United States Twe "The Public Ledger" gives all the news of Town, County, State and as much Natiennl news as any ether paper of its class. Your home would be incomplete without it. "The New Yerk Weekly Tribune" National family paper, and gives all the general news of the United States ami the world. It gives the eveuts of foreign lands in a nutshell. It has separate departments for "The Family Circle," and "Our Yeung Felks." Its "Heme and Society" columns command the admira tieu of wives and daughters. Its general political news, editerfals and discussions arc comprehensive, brilliant and exhaust ive. Its "Agricultural" department has no superior in the country. Its " Market Reports" are recognized authority in all parts of the land. A special contract enables us te offer this splendid journal and Tub I'uiilic LEDenit for one year for only ?3 2.1), cash in advance. is a Papers One Year pi Railway is the short line between Cincinnati nud St. Leuis, and all of Its trains run through solid te St. Leuis. Ne transferrins of baggage or of passengers who travel en O. and M. trains. Less than ten hours is our time te St. Leuis, where our trains ranke connection lu the Union Depot with trains et all lines for the west, seutnwest ana nerinwesi. The Ohie and Mississippi Railway is the direct nnd fast line te Louisville. The Ohie and Mississippi Hallway gives spe-clattention te colonists going West, cither slngle or In parties. Our agents tire at all times te furnish Information as te rates nnd routes te points West, and when passengers are ready te start w il secure their tickets at Ioet rules and attend te check-Irnbaggage through te destination. Fer tlekts via O. and M. It.illwuy nnd further Information call en agents et cennect-liu- C. W. PARIS, die. or address (' ntrn PiiK't-nge.Went O. und M. Ilnllwaj is West Fourth Street. Cincinnati, O pre-pare- d .' r - M if.VirASvV DIItECT KOUTE WE8T 27ieOi(e eutl MMssip. Maysvllle Ledgo Ne. nesday night. 11ENEVOLF.NT fourth Fridays. 75 Meets every Wed- St. Patrick's Iteueveleut Society Meets every second Sunday. Sodality of the II. V. M. Meets every Sun day. rather Methew Total Abstinence Secioty Meets first Sunday lu ench month. Ancient Order of Hibernians Meets third Sunday in each month. Knights of St. Jehn Meets every Tuesday night German ltellef Society Meets first Monday night lu each month. COLORED SOCIETIES. Acacia Ledge Ne. 24, F, A. M. Meets second Wednesday ulght lu each mouth. Mt. Hcrmen Chapter Ne. 8. 11. A. M. Meets second Friday lu each month. Pnlesttne Cammaudcry Ne. 0, K. T. Meets fourth Friday tn each month. Maysvllle Star Ledgo Ne. 1018. Meets first and third Friday ulght iu each mouth. Household et Ruth Ne. 37. Meets second In DAUnitTEttfl MASONIC. SOCIETIES. e. v. a. e. r. Fer Only S3 25. 'N'ew vani)i:kiiii.t systkm. CLEVELAND. CINCINNATI. CHICAGO ami ST. LOUIS Thursday ulght Rus-gln- n Conge River Tabernacle Ne. Thursday lu each mouth. Evans Ledgo Ne. 0. night In each month. DAUailTEItS or THE TADKUNACI.E. W. each mouth. Meets first Attempt ing and successful attempt at train wrecking was made Tuewlay morning at 2 e clock by which the Cincinnati express en the Vandalia read wa derailed near Staunton, Clay county. A rail hail bee,n taken up and se placed as te threw the train down an embankment ten feet high. Fortunately the engine did net fellow the rail, but every ear except one sleeper left the The train was running forty miles an hour and was Ne one was delayed ever three hours. seriously hurt, but the passengers were all shaken up and scared. trn-ck- . te Threw a Clnclnnntl E.tpri'M Down an Knib.inkiuunt. Grekncasti.e, Ind., Sept. 27. A dar- Prelltlc. All recleaned ami pure nt prices te suit the times. Sticks furnished free en nil orders et Ave bushels or mere. I'ure bred Poland China Hogs et the best strains ter sale Correspondence solicited. Address H. C. MYF.llS. Concord, Ky. OP THE OOOD SAVAHITAN. Meet first Wednesday , ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION ADOPTED BY Yerk Weekly TlUiune,'' regular price per year "flicPitbllc Ledger," regular price per year Total, CO. THE PUBLIC LEDGER OK MAYSVILLC, KV. We Furnish Beth Papers One Year for Subscriptions may begin at auy time. Address all orders te Ciizcaoe, fended the Illinois Central express train against highwaymen at Centralia nre te be rewarded for their bravery. The Illinois Central and American Express Ce. have united in bestowing the reward, which will consist of six geld medals and 2,000. National Council C A. M. Dks Moines, la., Sept 27. The annual convention of the forty-sevent- ISnndlt I IglitcrV Itewnrd.. Sept 27. The men who de- h tional council United American chanics began here Tuesday morning. This is the first meeting ever held west of the Mississippi river. Delegates arc here from nearly every state in the union. Robbed a CuiteniiT. naMe- Leuis Eaum, saloeaist, waa found guilty IJurris, who of robbing James was drunk In Itaum's saloon. This will be Uaum's third trip te the penitentiary, and he will probably get a life sentence aa a confirmed criminal. 27. Br- Portsmouth, 0., Sept - near being shot, has again been taken prisoner and la imprisoned at Tucuman by order of the insurgent junta. It is said that he will be tried and executed. Murdered Uy Trnmp. Lima, a, Sept 27. At 3:45 Tuesday morning Marshal Hnrtman, of Crestline, O., was shot and killed by five tramps who resisted arrest The tramps are heading toward Lima through the weeds, and the local police are out looking for them. Smothered te Dentil. Columbus, O., Sept 27. Peter Ilalz, aged CO, staggered into the haymow of r at 195 Charley Luft, a East Livingston avenue, while drunk, Monday night fell en his face and 6methcred te deatlu A Methor's Terrible Mistake, Cemjmdus, 0., Sept 27. Mrs. Cor win Kile, a young married lady living near Groveport, this county, gave her child laudanum by mistake for blackberry wlne und it died in a short time. saloon-keepe- PclUgrlnl n Prisoner. Buenes Ayhks, Sept 27. Pelllgrinl, who waa recently captured by the Insurgents and who came nt AliT. I. He It Known mat William H. Cox, Themas A. Davis. W. H. Wadsworth. Jr.. Samuel T. Hickman, A. M. J. Ceclinui. M. C. Geerge L. Cox und Allen A. Edmonds, lnive this day associated themselves together and become Incorporated under and by virtue of Chapter 50 of the General Statutes of the State et Kentucky as The Publle Ledger Company and by that uamu shall sue and be sued, contract and be contracted with, and shall have perpetual succession and u common seal, with power te ulter same at pleasure. Aut. 2. The capital sleck of said Corporation shull be j.'i.uX), divided Inte shares of 10 each, und the same shall be transferable by written assignment en the cortltlcate, nud when transferred the ccrtlllcnte for same shall be surrendored te the Company and canceled, and new ones Issued In lieu thereof. Aut. 3. This Corporation Is organized for the purpose cf publishing a newspaper In the city of Maysvillc, and distributing the same throughout the state of Kentucky, and for the carrylnir en of a general newspaper business In said city und state. Aht. 4. The principal place of business of said Corporation shall be at Muysvllle, Ky. The eapltul stock of snld Corporation may be Increased at u meeting et the stockholders (theso holding a majority of the stoek assenting therote) te any sum net exceeding f This Corporation may organize when 3U0 shares of its stock Is subscribed. Stock may be paid for In menoy or equivalent at an agreed contract price, and any stock net subscribed for muy be 60ld trem tlme te time, as the Directors may direct and authorize, and thocertlncatas nt stock shall be signed by the President and Secretary, and the corporate seal shall be ntllied te Eatne. Aht. 5. The Corporation shall be managed by a Directory of five porsens who shall he elected annually at the Company's oillce In Maysvillc, Ky., en the 1st Monday In March of each year. If, for any reason, thorn should net be an election held at the tlme fixed, the Directors In oillce shall contlnue as such until their successors are elected and Qualified. Aut. 6. The Dlrocters shall choeso from their nuraber a President and and from said number or the stockholders a Secretary and Treasurer, or, If they bee nt, they may comblne these two otlicers Inte one. They shall elect tin Editor, und may elect an assistant te the Editor, both of whose duties and tenure of oillce they may fix and preof the Company, which byscribe by s laws a majority of the Directors may adept for the management of the Company's affairs. Art. 7. The Company shall net Incur an indebtedness exceeding, In the aggregate, at f any eno tlme, a sum equal te of the capital stock paid In. Aut. 8. The prtvate property of the stockholders of this Company shall be oxempt from all debts or liabilities of the Corpora. tion. Am 9. The Corporation shall begin when It shall have organized, as provided for herein, und shall contlnue as long us may be necessary, according te law. In wltness whereof, the snld Incorporators hnve hereunto set their hands this 10th day of Rus-soil, j. t, one-hal- THE PUBLIC MF r. n. r. Goed Will Ledgo Ne. 40. Meets first Saturday nnd third Wednesday night In each month. .ftM Yeung's Tempio Ne. 44. Meets first Monday Ticket elllces, N.W. corner Fourth und Vine, night iu caeh month. 81 00 nnd Central Union Station, Third nnd Centinl e. a. it. 3 00 avenue, Cincinnati. McKinnevun Pet Ne. 1m). Meets third Saturday night In each mouth. CI.KVEf.AND DIVISION. g,i 00 Weman's Relict Cerps Ne. 2b. Meets Ann East and Northeast. Tuesday In each mouth. Only line running through e.irs into New Yerk City without terrlage or minster, landS3 25. OOUKT DIRECTORY. ing passengers In the Grand Central Station, street; only through cur line te CIUCUIT COUIIT. Uosten, nnd only line running solid trains te Hen. J. P. Hnrbesen. Judge .. Flcmingtburg Clovelnud, und 17 miles shortest. Except Sundny. Sunday only. J. H.Snllee, Commonwealth Att'y. .Mnysvllle d Dally. Majsvllle Isaac M. Woodward, Clerk Tttrevuh Trains. LEDGER. J. N. Keh e. MnsterCommisslencr ..Maysvllle RAILWAY Forty-second jag mfPa&a WS1 PILLS fornerreus t, Thocrcntremedyercaiu of cither prostration nnd nil nu.vousdl.isea Beneratlye uchm Nervous Prostration. i fu msx, fcYill- RESTORED MANHOOD DR.MOm m:uvkulk of - &$$ Jluntal Worry.excesslve ?e of Tobacco or Opium, which lead te Cen- eUUlUtlOll nild lllflntlltT With CVIrV S.lnnlnrirnHmii vHrttn vtinr. B terS...OO. 11JL. 310,lT,SCIlJ3Mlt'At1CO., Out clund, Ohie. Kcr Snle liy J. C. PKCOK & CO., .MAYSVIM.i:, KY. BHUBEES, TAKE NOTICE! THE PRESS (NEW VOUK) Hat a Utrucr DtiUu Circulation than anvulhtr Itcvublican Nevcepavcrtn Amsrka. DA1LT. SUNDAY. WEEKLY. Courts Meet Leave. .Irrfi'c. Moen At Muysvllle first Monday In FebruN. Y. nnd lles. Seuth western Yes. Llm . . dl:G0 p.m. dlO: Ir. a.m. ary and June and third Monday In Nevembor. Fleming At Flemlngsburg first Monday In Iles. nnd N. Y. Express d7::S0 a.m. il.:30 p.m. January .Tuesday utter fourth Monday lu April 4:u.,)p.tn. Ciev., N. v. nud nes. . "10:00 u.m. and third Monday in September. Clew, IlulT. and N. Y.. d'J:00 p.m. (17:10 a.m. Greenup At Groenup first Mondays In April, n.m. Celum. nud Sprlnglleld M:4G p.m. . November. Dnjteu Accotnmedu... 0:15 a.m. M-- p.m. August nud Ynnceburg third Mendnys In JanLewis At 2:2."ip.m. d5:ue p.m. Day. uud Mlddletewn. Monday In September. Day, nml Sprlnglleld. . . JS:0.ri a. m. 10:00 u.m. uary und May und first Ilracken At Hroekvlllo second Mondays In March, July nnd October. C0I.U.MUUS AND SANDUSKY. Formerly C, S. and C. Railroad. MASON COUNTY COUIIT. These trains run solid between Cincinnati and Meets Second Monday in Each Menth. Columbus via Dayton and Sprlnglleld. Thes. It. Phlster, Presiding Judge. . . Maysvllle Attorney.Maysvllle Charles D. Newell, Celum. nnd Sandusky . (10:00 p.m. (17:10 u.m. T.M. I'citi co. ClerkCounty Maysvllle 7:ae u.m. dl0:4ft n.m. Celum. und 'Sandusky. Maysvllle J.C.Jetrersen, Sherlif Celum. nnd 'Sandusky. M :40 p.m. d():J0 p.m. Sam P. Perine I I Maysvllle 4 :55 p.m. Celum. und Sprlnglleld. 10:00 n.m. J.H.RoberReu,Do',utlCBi Maysllek Celum. nud Sprlnglleld. ()il:00 p.m. 2:23 p.m. Rebert C. Kirk, Jailer Maysvllle Columbus ':00 p.m. d7:;w p.m. James C. On ens, Corener Maysvllle Maysvllle JehnC. Everett, Assosser CIIICAOO DIVISION. Maysvllle G.W. Dlntterman, Schoel Sup't West, North and Nerthwitt. meets Tuesday after the IQuarterly Court Solid Vcstlbulcd Trains, Dining Curs, Wngner second Monday In March, June, 8optember Compartment and Standard Sleepund December, nud has civil jurisdiction te ers and Parler Cars. the amount of 200. . pas-seng- Acme 'Site AuarcMivc Republican Journal of the Nctvtpavcr for the Mattes. ISS7. FOUNDED DECEMJJER M. Chicago Trains Arrlvent the new station, loot efU'th street, stepping nt the weur.n's rAiit. ,. . Indianapolis Cement! The Best for Plastering! Send for Descriptive Pam- Circulatleu Over 100,000 Copies Daily. Tub Punss is the organ of no fnotion; pulls no wires; hits no animosities te arenKO. The Ment RemarkaliU NeL'napcr Success in New Yerk. The Press id a National Success. Clieap news, vulgar sensations nud trash find no plnceln the columns of The I'iiers. Tub Phess has the brlghcst Kdlterlnl pntfe In New Yerk. It spnrkles with points. Tub I'hkbs Sunday edition Is a splendid twenty pnire pnper, covering every current tonle of Interest. The Phess Weekly Edition centnlns nil the geed things of the Dally und Sundny editions. Fer theso who cannot atlerd the Dally or are proventod by dlstance from early recelvlng It, the Weekly is a splendid substitute As phlets or call en an AtlvettMng Medium The Press ha na Superior in New Yerk. March, M. C. Kussr.LL, Themas A. Davis, W. H.WADSweitTii.Jr., Gee. L. Cox, S T. Hickman, Allen A. Edmonds. William 18W. H. Cox, A. M. J. CeciutA.v, M. 0. Russell & Sen, SOLE AGENTS, d0:3l n.m. Maysvllle Ne. 1. Jehn L. Grant, Magistrate, d7:4U n.m, first Tuesday lu dUhl'Ju.m. holds court the Magistrate, holdseach mouth. court the dti:00 p.m. Jacob Miller, fourth Tuesday lu each month. Wm. U. Daw10:45 p.m. eon, Constable 3:15 p.m. Maysvllle Ne. 2. T. J. Plckelt, Magistrate, holds court the first Saturday In each month. WIIITEWATEII DIVISION. James Chamberlaiu.Maglstrato.belds court the fourth Saturday lu each month. J. II. MeNutt, Harrison, Conucrsvllle It7:32n.tn. '5:40 p.m. Constnble. l;35p.m.l 'll:M n.m, Dever James Karnshaw and Frank Luna-ford- , and Cnmbrldge City.. Magistrates, held courts en the first nnd ST. LOUIS DIVISION. third Wednesdays lu March, June, Soptembor and Dccomber. Sam J. Newers, Constable Wcsl, Seuth and Southwest. Mlnervn O. N. Weaver and Joseph M. Hyar. Magistrates, held ceurtB en the first and third Peoria. Terre Haute I dS:30 a.m, (17:10 a.m. Thursdays In March, June, September and (17:15 p.m, (10:00 p.m. December. nud Matteen William E. King, Censtablo. 3:15 p.m. Terre Haute und Mat.. 12:40 p.m, Gorraantewn Leslle H.Manncn nnd Wm. L. Woodward, Magistrates, held courts en the PEOUIA DIVISION. first Friday and third Saturday In March, Formerly I., D. and IP. naHrecid. William June, September and December. Feul, Constable. Sardls J. M. flail nnd James II. Grlgsby, (17:10 a.m. Peoria, Uurllngten,:.( d3:30 a.m, (17:45 p.m, 0:00 p.m. Magistrates, held courts ou the ecoend nnd Outnev nud Omaha, June, September fourth Saturdnys Urbana nnd Chumpal'u 12:40 p.m, 3:15 p.m. nud Dccomber. A.inJ.March, Constable Suit. H0:45 p.m. reeria Mnysllek-Chnrles W. Williums and J. D. Raymond,.Magistrates, held courts ou the secM1CIIIOAN DIVISION. ond and fourth Fridays In March, June, Sop27ie Elktmrt Line Formerly Cincinnati, eombor and December. James It. Itobcrsen, and Michigan Railway. Censtablo. Lcwlsburg Isaue L. Mcllvaln and Jeseph M. Aioxander, Magistrates, held courts en toe Itush.. Andersen. Ma second and fourth Thursdays In March, June, rlen, Warsaw, Cedar Ilcaeh, Geshen, ElkSeptember and Deecmber. 8. M.Strode, ConI IFd-bas- h d8:02a.m, d8:S0 a.m, 12:40 p.m, d7:45 p.m, d9:01 p.m, 3:30 p.m, MAGISTRATES COURTS. THE PIIES3 KY. Within the reach of all. The Urst nnd Cheapest Newspaper in America. I, T. M. Pearce, Clerk of the County Court for the county and state aforesaid, de certlfy that the foregolng Artloleof Incorporation of The Publle Lcdger Ce. wai, en March 10, 180.', produced te me Iu said county, and acknowledged by said Themas A. Davis, William H. Cox. W. II. Wadsworth, Jr., 8.T. Hickman, 51. C. llussell. George U. Cox end Allen A. Edmonds each te be their act and deed, and en March 11, UW, thosamewas again reproduced te me and acknowledged by A. M. J. Cochran The Schools Closed, te be his act and decd, and ledged for rocerd, Mabtjh'S FEKlir, 0., Sept 27. The whoreupon the same, togethor with this hath been duly rocenlod In my ofllce. Martfa's Ferry schools were closed TuesMarch, Given uuder my hand this 14th day ofClerk, two weeks en account of diph- 1892. day for T. M. PBAHCR. lly T, D. Slattery, V. C. theria und scarlet fever. State or Kentucky, i ... Masen County. l" MAYSVILLE, ?4fllMit (n aheut (hi Cement. Tub Lceqcu uicn mention Ouit you taw the you adver-tkeme- urttc or and Sunday, eno year, and Sunday, six months und Sunday, eno mouth only, eno year only, four months,. .., Sunday, eno year Weekly Press, eno year Daily Dally Dally Dally Dally - SOO CO 0) 41 3 1 100 SOO 00 World's Calumet Chicago. Fair, and Btrcet. Ilnviig BliUOBOFTKPW,irjI?,'MS.""" Hlllrl ' V I kb t'lteproef2t roemii near i'nlr b a Oreund baths en orerr fleer. ATOnae 29th Bend for The Phess Circular. Samples free. Agents wantodevory where. Address, THE PRESS 18 Park Kew, New Yerk. stable, Orangeburg M. D. Farrew nud Lewls M. Cellls, Magistrates, held courts en the first 3:.T.) p.m. 10:10 a.m. Saturday ami last Monday In March, June, Wabash W. II. Ceryoll, September nnd Dccomber. Clucinuatl, Poi'tBiiieutli, Uirr Samly ami Ceustnblc. Wnshlngten Edwnrd llelfrynnd Arthur F. Weed, Magistrates, held courts ou the fourth Pomevey Packet Company. Tuesdays and third Wednesdays In March June, September nnd December. Geerge O. Thosplendld beats of this line, running be- Geggln, Censtablo. Murphysvllle Jehn E. Wells nnd W. W. tween Cincinnati, Portsmouth, Irenton, Huntington, Gnltlpells and Pomorey, pass Mnysvllle Worthlngten, Magistrates, held courts en the as follews: fourth Mendnys nnd third Thursdnys In March, Pomorey packets Ilestqnn.Telegrnph nud City June, September and Docember. II. T. Censtablo, of Madisen puss Mnysvllle either way nt 1 Fern Leaf Samuel E. Mastln nud Powell II. o'clock a. in. Owens, Mnglstmtes, held courts ou the scceud Ilenanza up daily for Yanceburg nt 8 n. tn., fourth Saturdays In March, June. Soptemreturning for Cincinnati, passes Mnysvllle and and Dcoembor. Charles Walllngf erd, Conbor dally, oxcept Sunday, at 2 p. m. stable, Fer freight or pasenge apply te Helena Willlara Luttrell nnd Joseph W. C.M.PHISTEU Agent. Eateman, Magistrates, held courts ou the second and fourth Wednesdays In March, June, OH PRINTING neatly M,n(,.lckly executed Boptetnhar and Decotnb,er. James It. Fnrrew, Constable. at The Publle Ledgor Jeb Reems. hart. Ilonteii Harber and St. Jesopn Andorseu, llushvlllc, 8:30 p.m. 0:00 p.m. Sut-ellir- e, . J