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Daily public ledger (Maysville, Ky.) Daily public ledger (Maysville, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Thomas A. Davis Maysville, KY 1895 pub1895021201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily public ledger (Maysville, Ky.) Daily public ledger (Maysville, Ky.) Thomas A. Davis Maysville, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. .n -- . t I & tr" 5j Q &w . if PUBLIC JK4 Zn TT PAILr, w C -- -- gB MAKE TRAVEL FREE! LEDGER ONE CENT. member nf Council from the respective Wards. This grand work, thus se auspiciously begun, muBt net lag. Hundreds relieved already, there arc yet hundreds who appeal te the great heart of Charity. Let us keep en in well doing until "misfortune has no want te relieve and sorrow no tears te dry." NOTICE. A ROUSING MEETING AT THE TStfl.LX KKI'VJJLttiAN. mURTH YEAR. MAYSV1LLE, KY., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY iz, 1895. H I i THEYJCONE! hwm !'. "'' A nAiirr ntAMV. ed MB6EST IN THE CITY. Vrcfn the meadow where I sit, See a sky e' bfuo--flw us six days palntln' 11 .lust Ter me an' you. I Touching Tributes te the City's Peor. PUBLIC SYMPATHY AROUSED The columns of a newspaper represent a null value, no publisher cmii afford te glve advertising "notteed" free any mera than a merchant can teas ever his counter free girts of dry 'reeds or shoes. A newspaper Is a business concern. Its arc Its stock In trade, and should lie paid for. no matter In what part of the paper they appear. cel-atn- Flrery tlme It strikes my c e keep say In': "Thore's you sky! lllue and benilln', I . TfiaCeuiimtciX Call upon Tun Lr.nenu for frce notice havu beoemo fe bitnlemome that we are forced te publish the following tenus: m ether public FffifitJcr of supper. trtwiiem.Jalrt, Uitmtn' where ever, a t ii cbmycJ, nntl fi)r ebMrtrw reUt4, rtmjhUlens nf .tc Tub Lbuerii tndl eAarp iivk cunts A iANH,aJ iKimftfrtlrtA will he tht Imarmlle rut'. This, how- rntff Itmenl(eLMitelinle one. AtalMsJiee notleesef Ledge meetings or Church services, which must net exceed ten grew. IfUlaet'dnuNrATii rni.Dcn'twlll be; tTnless llladi' shown no ehange UfMVU matter for publlnttlen must be hi Ktid in fcefere 0 o'clock In thn eiu. we'll see mg at each day. PTThn atioxe forecasts are made ter a period of thirty-sihours, ending at S o'clock evening. x Misunderstandings are unpleasant. Tite rate for UurtneM Tiecnlt In Tht. I.Bnenn la JO cents a line fertheflrst iasertlen nnd 3centa alinafersutMic-quetnicrtlnnii. Acustoruererders local inserted In the paper. a ave-lln- e "I'll tcl' you when te take It out," he says tn toe bookkeeper. Hut he fur- all about The uotleo nil a ?etatwo month" It. tluics: the bill Is 3J $13 IS. When be finds it nut there is a "kick" and a controvert, followed vrebably by an ley feeling. Jfew, te obviate thia trouble. w "till feibid" iclll be. necrjiltQ htrtnfttr nti(tadoQnlte agreement at theLet'a outkave set and the termination wfll be pleas-aa- t all around. t Dtttputen. An' unendlu'i" sing, an' noverslgh. Sunshine ever bill and den Itlrdsineveiy tree; When Ged made tbe country, ten Acres came te met Kvcry tlme It blossoms fair keep sayiti': "That' your jilinte: Itesca grewlu' 111 vers tlewin'l" Se I'm happy overywherot Sprlnjrer winter rain or shine, Don't euro where I'm nt, Se much of the oeuntry's mlne- Praise the Lord for that! Sky and meadow, high or low. I keep shj In' us I go "Thore's your birthright! ' Get tbe earth right no! That's why I'm -- V. 1.. Slantun n l.ife. Se T Contributors te "The .ledger's" Pound Party te Date. All persons having bills against the Associated Charities nrc requested te present 'them te Mr. Jehn Duley, Treasurer, at once. tOUMITTKBS TO MEI'.T. The various coramitteos are requested te meet at the V. M. C. A Hall at The geed work gees en. The Kcueresity of our citiens is o'clock this afternoon. measured only by their ability te give. Although much 1ms been done already, That was n touching scene when yes there is much mere te de. In addition te the donations hetetoferc terday afternoon some thirty young misses acknowledged the following have been re- and lads came marching into Thk Ledckk ceived enlce, Indian flic, each messcnger of N. Cooper, 4 cartloads coal. mercy armed with a bundle of supplies Mrs. A. A. Wndswerth, let of clothing J. D. Durgesi, V. for the peer They were from the InterS. A. l'lper, t'. mediate Department of the High Schoel William (lault. (I. (leorge Newdlgate, Jl. from the rooms of Professer Asbury and A. It. Heward, u0 cents. Miss Klla Metcalfe and in addition te (leorge W. Tuder, let grecerlc- Crawford A Cady, let groceries. the bundles they brought $4 CO in money. Mrs. Hannah M. Mulling, eno gallon hominy, pounds Many a peer woman will bless and thank sack flour, - pounds coflce, granulated sugar. these little folks fei the comforts that "A Lady," peuiidj angar, 'i pound tea, will grew out of theit contributions peuud coffee. 1 1 Thore was a large and an earnest meet ing of citizens chiefly from the county at the Courtheuso yesterday afternoon te consider the Free Turnpike Question. The meeting was called te order by Themas A. Davis, who briefly stated its objects. Colonel W. LaRue Themas wa9 made Chairman, with Messrs. Themas A Davis and M. F. Marsh Secretaries. Mr Jehn 15. Uolten, in response te a call, stated his plan, substantially :if fellows. Let the county purchase the leads at a fuir valuation; retain he gates te pay for and keep them in repair, and wc will suppose that the reads cau be secured for $150,000. This, divided into bends of equal amounts running from one te twenty-fyears, would make twenty-flvive bends of $6,000 each. These bends ought te be placed at 1 per cent. We estimate thnt the average cost per mile for keeping the reads in repair would net oxcecd $C0 each year or that the au nual cost for maintaining the liO") miles of read in the county would net exceed 51V e Precincts met, elected James, . Cahlll Chairman and Themas P. Degnaa Secretary, and appointed a te confer with the various turnpike officers and report te the Gaairal Committee at 10 o'clock a. m. exl County Court Day, the following composing the Messrs. Dr. Jehn A. Reed, Rebert A. Cochran, J. J. Thompson, James B. CaUUUud Jehn U. Uolten. The General Committee then adjourned te meet at 10 a. in. en next County Court Day, and formulate a report te be made at the mass meeting te be held the afternoon of that day. The Winchester Democrat thus hits tht nail between the eyes. "The free turnpike agitatieu is striking every county in the state aud Kentucky will seen be in line with tbe mere pregretsive states in this. The people of the state i're determined te quit this foolishness of taing themselves te build turnpikes and then pay an additional tax in the way of cxtortienato tell for Uic privl t. t 1'gc of riding upon them " West Union's citizens denntcd $1,000 and a let te Brookover & Zimmerman te get them te start a $0,000 flouring mill. 000. uaysviIjIjH wextmier. 'hnt We Ifav Expect Fer the Tteentu-feu- r Hourn. Xecet TUB hEDUBirS WEATUKH SIGXAr,X. tThtte streamer rAin: Hlue hain or snew: WithUkic AnnYK 'twill waiikir Henry Lints, I dozen lonve biend Albert N. II ulT.H. sauks nt Heur Twe ladles, twoSt-peun"A Lady," a let of bed olethlng. C. K. welgart, Sr., 1 barrel tleut. Master William Lurtey, cans tomato!. Master Hebcrt I.urtey. 3 cans tomateo Ilev. 1!. II. Cake, fi te buy coal. Judge M. C. Hutchlns, barrel of Heur Themas A. Keith, let of clothing. Wells A Andersen, wagon blra. Iame3 Ilmcen. free ilrayuge te delher all supplies. Omar Dodsen, barrel et tleur Mrs. n.l'.Ort. clothing. Mrs. William U. Coehran. ld 5 (leorge X. Ci milord, 4 cans toiuMee-niquarts hominy. The pupil or the lutei mediate Depurtmcnt of the High Schoel, male nnd female, did their putt of the weik in relieving the peer. Leads of clothing, ten, eofTee, sugar, tleur and potatoes, nnd ft Wl lu cash nera brought te Tub LhetiKii etlicee-.terilafternoon te be d nl y 1 An oig.tniatien has been effected under the title of Associated Chaiities, with Mayer William II. Ce. at its head, 31r. Jehn Duley Tteasuret and the following committee? On tJflf orapetnoatrayun te Ibat eftct. you have frictuUi cMNj ymi, avlttt.ple-iu- t irv nrlf you urn unit vJoleuel Cliampe Farrew wts Jh the city yesterday tf Otancbu'c respectfully Invite hu On M.fccett. Mr. N . It. thoeompurlton el Thk Cox, Mies Maiy K. Itichesen. I.FDfiKit 1th any ethor S(0irt W'arii. dally nowspaper in all On Investigation Ooergo C. Keith. Mlis NertheasternKeutucky Anna llauer, Mrs. llorace .lanuary. If any one can find a W. (iclel Mi. u C. On l)ltrlbutlen-- 0. ilnllr iKinm urlnteil In Sndlt-r- , Mrs. .1. II. Dodsen. the NlutliConniesiieiial IMMrlet tVnt has 27ifnf 1"1W A On Investigation II. It Illerbewer lu. . l.uigei C. Itetpess, Mis. .lames II. Hull. ( Iri'iilntiiia, in On Distribution Tliemas A Keith, M. It. Mure GUmere. MUs Holle llarkley. Origluul I'vurth Want. llrnitlnf; 3Iattei, On Investigation II. L. N'enell, lts. tieeige K. Urewn. Mrs. Jehn T Martin. we will take pleatjre In presenting him On I)lstributlenW. A. Cele. Miss Llyle nith a yoarViiubnc'iiptlen te Thk Lkoekh. distributed. Cox, Miss MattlcOrr. S"Ainl tli is paprr Is fiirnUhcd at same Simen Nel(in, deen bejs hitt naHt- - and b'lfth mini. price us Inferior imps. I de7en liutf. W. lreell. Mi. .lett On Henry. Mrs. Themas Iteyee. Ficklln and JIIm Alice Fleklin, fid. II. M. V. W. nail. Mt Ou Dlstrltpiitlen-- W. Duley & Rnldwin. Fire Insurance tiO lenve of tircsd W. W. WlketT, We . Investigation!. M. Lane. Scott. Miss Martha Ptetcnen. I)i6trlbutlon-.Ie- lrl Waul. Mis. .). M. . - Mr. Jehn Kelley of Fleming county ami Miss ItagRie E. GalbraiUi of Curltsl is the pleasant guest of II r. .inrl Mrs M. O Miss JIargnrct Hertense DaTis will wed Dtra of Ferest arenue. next Thursday at the borne of tlie btide in Helena. lliii Carrie ilirks f Primrose Cottage There were at the lat census only 75,924 hes been the delightful guest of Miss I3irUe Garrisei and ether frieidi the nnn in our penitentiaries, whereas thore rScst week while attending the protracted might and ought te have been tlitcr times mttting at Sedden's Chapel that number. JTer Sale Ninety acres 30 and 40 of The Ladies' Foreign Missionary Society t) t Alic Tuel farm near Suunuen. Apply of tht Methodist r'piicepal Church will U meet with Mrs Judge liittchins this Dkvisk. r. James Dairy, a prosperous young afternoon at balfpat 'J. Bland, 1. II. C. Ilcndcl, '.' pnir of allecs. Sum M. Hull, f 10. U.II. Mathews, '. Drs. Sbacklelerd fi lluirnei.f.) V. M. Matsh, Mlf l.eun Hamilton. SUth Waul I'.. Ou Investigation F. 11. Dressd. Mi Hwift. Mrs. Hebert Dausen. . Newton. Mm. It. M. On Distribution-.- !. Skinner, Mis. .1. II. Knwland Hev.lt.C. Patrick, It. L. Haldwli), ,1. tea.-'O i Mr. Jeseph U Doilseu was taken ud fwaier of this county, and Miss Fannie, a daughter of James Enis of near Washing denly ill at his plnce of business and had He is better this tOE, will be married tomorrow at the te be carried home lis he of the bride. morning, but is still centiucd te his room. pounds sugar. Teney I'lelffer, barrel flout. A friend, let or clothing. M. Hen Carr, let of clothing-Hec Dinger & Ce.. let of clethlug. Will Tteuts. JJ. Hall, Mltt'heIA. Ce., -- ') lilHlit-- et coal In addition te leaving orders at Thk Lkihikh efllec, they may be sent te Hon. William II. Cox Mayer, D. l Ort Chier of Police, et A A Yadswerth Police Judge. !. James Weed, V biijlicls coal, fl ID pounds These who are needy must apply te the Committee en Investigation in their Ward, and if they are found worthy the Commit tee ou Distiibutinn will be instiuctcd te furnish supplie AN OLD GRUDGE. THAT'S WHAT CAUSED THE CUTTING LIAM COSTELLfl BY OF WIL- The annual amount then te be raised from tells would be . tlS.un) The cost of ropaire C.OOu Ttie matin Ing bend . The Intcicpt en bends itlr-- rear O.OOii Total first y ar. .k'.mflm The tells reduced ou all of the read?. after purchase, te conform te the rates provided in the art paiscd by the lust Lcglslatuie would, pcihups, jield sufll cient reveuue te pay tb above sum with out collecting tindei a county levy. The annual charge each succeeding year would be less than the preceding one by the amount of interest ou each bend paid. When wc reached the twenty fifth bend the amount te be paid that year would be the bend $0,000, plus the inter est $.M0, plus the cash of toad ternirs $1S,000 total, $24,2-1Following this the annual sum t be paid would be $1S,000. ei simply enough te keep reads in geed lepiiir. Dr. Jehn A. Recti thought the most economical plan would be te build competing lines of pike This would be taking no tinfaii adv. mi age of the pike owners They arc subject competition which cntcis into te the cvety ether business, te the advintaire of the public Unfortunately, tome of out revls built largely by money taken ftem the taxpayers of the whole state, had fullen into the hands of private cotperations He had no word of censure fei the turnpike owners he had often rtslicd he ewued a turnpike himself There were several pikes already, the Hill City and the Hint- Run. upon which an expenditure of $"0,000 might be made te put them in first class condition, and these made free the) would go a lengways toward making all the rust -n- otably - Rebert Lewis, a well known colored citizen aged 40, dropped dead about 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon from heart dilcae Lewis, who lives en Herd's Hill, came down town yesterday in apparent geed health, where he found his brother in law, James Washington, ' en the street under the influence of liquor He started te take him home, and had reached the King house en East Fourth street, when his heart became affected, he let go his grasp en the drunken man, sank te the ground and expired instantly. The deceased leaves a wife and three children He was a member of McKinnevan Pest. U. A. R Ne arrangements for the fu neral have as yet been made. Docter Radei, the notorious mountain desperado, who shot a man te pieces iu Lexington n year age, was killed Tuesday night by a woman. V The Court of Appeals, as at prescnt constituted, costs the state S10S a day, Sundays and vacations included, or in round numbers ?40,000 a year. This will be increased te 311,000 a year under the new regime, which Axes the Clerk's com pensatien at a salary of $4,000, instead of fees Trinity Parish in New Yerk City is served by a small at my of organists, sing ers. acolytes and ether semi ecclesiastical adjuncts te worship. There arc twelve organists and assistants, and mere than three hundred persons are employed in the cl.eir or as acolytes, servers aud cru cifers Heides these the parish employs neatly forty teachers in its daily schools, a scetc of sexton and nearly tt dozen doctors Au analysis of the cigatctte shows that arsenic, sillpeter and cpium enter into its composition, says an exchange. The arsenic makes the papci burn white and adds a peculiar favor te the cigarette; the saltpeter prevents the tobacco from meulding and the opium sprayed en it gives te it the insidious influence which it possesses ever the brain. The less brain the victim of the poisonous habit pesessei the greater the number of cigarettes he consumes and the quicker he reaches an untimely grave As a certain deitreyer of the animal life of a young man the seductive cigarette i a pronounced success On the Het Sand. The bhriuers' Annual Convention will be held In Cincinnati February 22d. The mcciim: nf this Otdet are the most uuiqtif anil pirtuteque of all secret societies. lluslde the attractions elTcred by Ihr Shriucr.--. the theaters and ethet places of amusement nre at this time unuBtally biilli.tnt The opportunities and fares eflered by this excursion are exceptionally geed The tatcs will be lewqr than evur before. Fer particulars nee bills ami V and O Railway Aqcnt 4S l .4 JAMES HASSON. iree The Doctei was opposed te Mi Hei ten's plan, for the teasen that must et us would be dead and gene befete the free turnpike had been i cached As a means of atriving at a solution of the problem, the Docter moved that a committee be anpeintcd, consisting et one membei from cat h voting Precinct, said committee te appoint a te consult with the turnpike owners aud ascertain upon what basis the pike- - could be bought, if at all Mr A H. (ihtsceck thought the tern mittce might be cumbersome what was wanted was fewct members and mere PUBLIC LEDGER PODND PARTY! V 1 (4 j If , reports about f 27."i, yet much mete can be used Judiciously. Of flour net less thaw j.OOO pounds have already been distributed, while the sum total of coffee, sugar, beans, potatoes, hominy, canned goods, baceu, c , will reach several thousand pounds Clothing, bedding and shoes have seue out in large quantities, And coal by the hundreds of bushels in le and 20 bushel lets. These sending grecctie- - should have Many Tens of Ceal and Thousands of Pounds of Previsions uhem put upas fellows Sugar in two pound sacks Placed Where They Would De the Most Goed. Coffee in eno pound sacks Kice in eno pound sacks Yesterday a big day's work peot families en etders of tlte ComFleur in twelve pound sack Tf as done by the devoted inembets of mittees, and this work was continued Meal in twelve pound sacks until 12 o'clock last night the Distributing Committees. Heminy in one quart sacks Frem early morn till darkness set in Beans in one quart sacks And all day long geuereus heat ted The Lkdesr office and the Mayer's office Potatoes in half peck lets citizens kept pouring supplies into Thk i were besieged by applicants for help, Lbdegk office, and when the stock at the i Liberal as the contributions have bceu, and it is safe te say that none who were Mayer's office became low it was seen re-- 1 and large as the aggregate distributions worthy were sent empty away. plenlshed from the abundant store may appear, it should he remembered All day long Mayer Cox and his willing gathered here. , that the entire city has been covered, and that, divided among several hundred assistants were busy asserting supplies, Meney, of course, is always acceptable; ' fimiU,ei of Street Commissioner and the drays the nmeunt t0 each h bcen Jamea Hassen placed at the sorvice of and these whose charities taka that shape sufficient only te give but limited relief. may rest asiured that it will be well exThe most rigid measures have been the Rollof Committees "without money pended. It is net the intention te give adopted te protect the Committees from and without price" were welcome visimoney te any applicant, but tt will be imposition; tors te the scores of homes te which they and te this end no supplies Bsed In the purchase of coal and pre are given out except upon the written carried artialcs et feed and raiment Visions. V - recommendation of the several InvestiThe various coal dealers, toe, had all pf cwb, Mr. Jehn DuUr the Treasurer gating Committees, each headed by the their teams engaged In'riveriBg coal te NOBLE WORK OF NOBLE PEOPLE Relief Committees Still Distributing Badly Needed Supplies. 353? Au old giudge that had existed for a s long time between two well known resulted lst night in one of them beiu cut by the ethet 'tlmest le his dentb William Costclle. fatuilistlT called "Ited," ttud Jimmy Hassou. .It . have been en the outs for some time Ovct a bottle of whisky yestettiay they patched up their differences and started out fei a round of pleasure When the bottle was emptied it lecmcd Costclle had drank mere than his harc, and was drunk almost te stupidity When near the grocery store of James Hice en Frent street the old feud wax re newed. Hassen dtcw a Knife and slashed Costcleo across the face and neck, cutting him in a fearful manner. One blew ftem the knife almost ssv cred the right ear, another laid open his choek, while another searched for the jugular vein A physician was summoned and aril veil just in Unit te save the injured man from bleeding te death He was carried te the house of a neighbor, where the wounds were dressed. The physician says his life depends en him being kept perfectly qnlet.as the least exortien en his part would start his wounds bleeding afresh, then his death would be the inevitable result. The injured man slept quietly throughout the night and is resting quietly this morning. After the cutting Hassen disappeared and has net as yet been apprehended. char-actct- mi the Itetcrt Trail. werkcis However, the motion of Dt. Heed and the Chait named the following Kirt Ward Jehn V. AUaiusen. Second Waid I)r. Jehn A. Heu.I Third Ward-- It. A. Cochran. Feui th Ward Wesler Vlctre . rifth Ward-- .l. I. Salisbury. Sixth vranl-- H. H.Cellins l'lugtenn T L. Ileltnu Dever James N. lleyd Minerva -- C.S.Sraoet Fern Leaf .1. J. Thompson pie-vaile- d February 22d the Shriueis that spec tacular secret Order whose parades are Vr pictures en the sttccts will held their' annual meeting in Cincinnati. It will be a gala time. Hi'.iides this the Queen City is a pocket of ether attractions Why net go for a day, or two days" Fei particulars see display advertisements and C. and O. Agents I (JermantewnJamea Murphysvllle-Jeh- nT Malley (lault Sardis J.H.GrigJuy. West Marsllek-- W. J. Itees. I.'ait Maysllck Peter 1. Parker. Howe's Tollgate Theinns Maeket will be the attraction at Washington Opeia house en ne.t Thursday evening. The Louisville and Cincinnati papers speak In the highest terms of thia play,'! They carry special scenery and mechanic; cal eftects for the piece. The play was written by William Howerth, another companion play te "The Rnsign," A line of beautiful new Veiling just tc ceived by Mrs. L. V. Davis, Jiweiarti iflOCK F lay of Truce i Washington Jehn II. Uolten. llelena-- W . M. Luttrell. Lewlsburg James K. Cahlll. L. Williams. Dleterich's-I'lumvllle Themas 1'. Dcgman Oraugeburg-W- ". T, Calvert. M, After directing this committee te report at another meeting te be held at I. HO p. m, next Ceuity Court Day, the meeting adjourned e-- - Immediately after adjournment of the tuast meeting the committee from the i If you need spectacles or eye glasses,1 den t have them fitted in the old bar hazard way by any one who may 1 them for sale Consult us. We cxaralt"2 your eyes scientifically and make glasses te fit. Wc can gire you names of hundreds from our prescripttM j book who hare been successfully fittM by our method who never had glass suit them before. We guarantee sttttk faction la every case, and makeSd , for examination. BaJlenger t' Jeir!,? W 1 Hi ?ImMmBiMMBMWwt1i 1 TllllTTiiaWtfaWirtmV )' . t ..' iAi.ltW..lahj.1' Jt., - i i I' VVMTTiWWm I' J StW&&itwmKte:fXfiHm i . iEQKI EtsnS gctytt i.M DA1LT ItXCKI'T 8'JNDAY. THOMAS A. DAVIS, EDITOR AND OWNFH. i- I VlVi - Jltblic Ledger TMrd Strut ... .... JtuUtv-Ne.t- A'ait mme Ota MMttl.......... Whi HenUu.... Tr austicsiPTiexa-i- M ad va scs. ......S3 - oe 75 1 BO Maybe when sick you OHIO MINERS. j Na- UEHHINQ The Fresldeut SCA Hernia 1 lie in a Message. te Cencresa TVIth The presimes- State National Bank MAYSVILLE, The K. of L, Section of the Washington, tional Organization. Secretary McBryde Denounces and Hayes. Sovereign A Tvt DSLIVKHXD SY CARBIKB. a tViiU .. Heath .......- Yavable te carrier at eudet tnenth. TO ADYERTISKRti. Advertising rates uniform and reason' nbh and made known en application at the ffice. SalMcrtbers who (nil te set .MHtaw a Ledcer regularly favor ry eaur a AT TUX repertine m' wi? V. Uhe fJMJt OFKIOK. Yeu have, perhaps, read the advertisements and testimonials, but never thought much about it Brown's Iren Bitters? have never taken I.nrsr Xntnber of the KnlgliU Arc Uls. atlsnrd With Their Urnrr-- 1 uniecra anil th Miners' IJrunch A Srcrntlen MtiTctnent May l!t Carried Out. Cei,u.Miiufl, O., "UlSBBMi ' AEMCA FOR AMERICA! AMERICANS 1UKINLEY AND WILSON ABROAD. in tffigy in the English manufacturing city of Sheffield; but in Wi William ATVilsen was dined and icined in Londen e bteause he is the author of a TtntyBill. These are tiynificant facts. Free-trad- In 1890 William McKinlcy teas burned will mike vm treng ' veil. our energy unit imnitien B wi'l rci-.will and perfect !.t-'-?h x u i Bfjllew ..t ones vtll feel E mid reng'li r.ipi v. P , l.c-Kn Brown's Iren Bitters Don't statu the teith 3 1 Constipation, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Debility, Liver and Kidney Complaints, This remedy acts :jr,:dcr-tfull- y Feb. 13. The Miners' District assembly, of the KniphtB of Laber, met in Werthwcin's hall, at 10 o'clock Monday morning', in attendwith about forty deleg-t- es ance when Master Workman Feuna rapped for order. The Knights of Laber assembly constitutes one wing from the United National union and the Progressive union. About Bis years age the two organiiatlens formed under the name of "United Workers," but hnve ever since preserved their separate organizations, except when joint conrentlenn und joint actions were required. This year the order was reversed, and the Knights of Laber miner, have been given preceNational Mineu-erker- dence. I The Searchlight, published at Dever by Colonel Sam Stairs, which was going te reform our whole system of Government, has again suspended, this time for geed. The paradox is that it could net climb the "golden stairs." fell at the Madi'THE horse Free-trad- e eon Track, St. Leuis, and Jockey Madi-ga- n was se badly hurt that he will probably die. Se much for racing ever a frozen track. .A'ctcs Item." This is net the first Jockey that has keen fatally hurt by riding Free-trad- e ever a frigid track. Fer particulars, drop a neto te your Uncle Grever or in these ic.nplaints Xand will undoubtedly cure. I Will you try it? a jj The Genuine hn the Crossed Hal I.iucs en the wrapper. All DrupRists and General Storekeepers sell it. But get the genuine Brown Chemical Ce.. Baltimore, Md. I ' I Speaker Crisp. 0. Bradley is working the Republican papers of the state for all that's in sight, although he seems te have a 'cinch' en the G. 0. P. nomination for Governer." Maysville Public "Colenkl V. gotten like ether lies-h- as inch a start en its journey that it is hardly probable that the truth will be able te overtake it. Tuk Pcblic Ledger never gave utterance te any such statement. This paper is for Colonel Bbadley without any "working" except the work it will de te secure his election as the next Governer of Kentncky. Ledger. This Item Colonel Sam. H. Stexe of Mudisen has announced his candidacy for Audi ter of Public Accounts, subject te the action of the Republican Convention. Without disparagement te any ethers whose names may be presented, it is safe te say no man in the state is better equipped for the place, and Tde Lecqer ' ksews of none ether who would bring te the ticket greater elements of strength. Out of the twenty seven strikes that occurred in the slate of Pennsylvania iu 1691, only three were successful. A general resumption of work will take place at Reed fc Ce.'s glass works at Massillon, O., within a few days. About 100 men and boys will be given employment. Hundreds of New Yerk cleakmakers have refused te return te work since the settlement of the recent strike, preferring te work en the streets than accept the terms agreed te. The coal miners iu the Castle Shannen mines, te the number of 185, have decided net te stiike, and have acceded te the demand of the operators for a reduction of two cents per bushel, which rate went into effect February 1st. tmder which the men will receive a fraction ever e2 cents per ten. The Cigarmakers Journal, iu its last issue, says: "The reports of the Internal Revenue Department indicate that trade is slowly en the mend. Mere cigars are being turned out each month, ami while the output is still far below the average monthly production in geed times, it is thought, and all signs indicate that there is a slew but sure return of better times." The wages of the empleyes of the New Castle Wire Nail Works at New Castle, Pa., have been reduced. The scale has been placed en a quality basis instead of by the day, which the men say is practically a reduction, in that they will be required te perform additional work without extra compensation. About 500 raen are affected. The laborers have also bet a asked te accept a reduction of from ten te fifteen per cent. Stexe was Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue for the Eighth District; Mr. he is a gentleman of culture, free from all "entangling alliances," and if nominated The Ledger believes he will net only add strength te the ticket, but that ke will lead it by many votes in many of the most important counties. BUSINESSBOOMING! SOME SEQUELS TO THE LATE Frem St. Leuis daily Pullman Palace Bullet and Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars te Les Angeles and ether California points without change via Iren Mountain, Texas and Pacific and Southern Pacific Railways, leaving St. Leuis daily at 0:30 p. m "The True Southern Reute." Ne high altitudes; free from ice and Forming an ideal winter way te snow the land of sunshine, fruit and flowers. Fer map folder, time card, tourist book and full information, call en or address N. R. Warwick, D. P. A., 131 Vine street. Cincinnati, Tliveuah Car te California. The reason for this is that a large element of the knights arc dissatisfied with their general efllccrs, and arc adeocating1 the withdrawal of their assembly from the Knights of Laber. If this is done the United Minewerk-er- s will be, te some extent, reformed en new lines, and, it is thought, will be a much mere compact and formidable organization than ever before. Instead of owing allegiance te two sets of national officers and paying dues te two organizations, the preposition is te hereafter recognize the United Minewerlters' eftieials, te whom all duet, will be paid. In view of the advantages te be gained by the secession movement, it seems probable that it will be carried out. On the ether hand, the scheme te form a new organization of disgruntled knights, for the purpose of resurrecting T. V. Pevrderly and uguin placing him in the saddls? is cot meeting with much encouragement The miners' delegates are net taking kindly te the plan of the schemers and sny they will have nothing te de with the proposed new organisateon. The forenoon session of the Knights of Laber convention was occupied in hearing the reports of the committee en credentials, the auditing committee and the delegates te the New Orleans convention. Around the last report all Interest centers. The delegates were Rebert Waohbern, of Pennsylvania; W. C. Webb, of Kentucky: T. A. Brad-leand J. A. Cairns, of Pennsylvania; and Secretary Tat McBryde. all of whom are present. Secretnry McBryde submitted the report at the forenoon session, and, after detailing all the circumstances concerning the exclusion of himself and fellow delegates from the convention, proceeded te denounce Sovereign and Oayes in scathing language for their alleged action. At the afternoon session the leaders of the secession movement were admitted. Carl Browne, late Lieut, of Gen. Coxey, is here by invitation from miners of the Massillon dUtriet te attend the convention. He addressed the local trade assembly Monday night and will make a tour of Ohie for the purpose of organizing clubs before leaving the state. At the openlng of the main convention, at 10 o'elock Tuesday, it is the intention cte make the investigation of the Adams chargcB against the national officers the first order of business. The session will be an open y sage te congress en the llehrlng sea question; Te the Senate; On the 8th day of January I received a copy of the following senate resoluteon: "Resolved, That the president be required, if net incempatiblo with the public interests, te communicate te the senate, all reports, documents and ether pnpers, including legs of vesbels, relating te the enforcement of the regulations respecting fur seals, adopted by the governments of the United States and Great Britain iu accordance with the decision of the tribunal of arbitration convened at Paris and the regulations under which said reports are required te be made, as well as rotating te the number of seals taken during the season of 1804 by pelagic hunters and by the lessees of the Prybileff and Commander islands; also relating te the steps which may have been taken te extend the said regulations te the Asiatic waters of the North Pacific ocean and Bithring sea and te secure the concurrence of ether nations in said regulations, arid, farther, nil papers net heretofore published, Including communications of the agent of the United States before said tribunal at Paris, relating te the claims of the British government en account of the seir.ure of sealing vessels In Behring sea." In compliance with said request I hereby transmit sundry papers, documents and reports which have been returned te me by the secretary of state, the secretary of the treasury and the secretary of the navy, te whom said I am net in resolution was referred. possession of any further information touching the various subjects embodied in such resolution. It will be seen from a letter of the secretary of the navy accompanying the papers and documents sent from his department that it is Impossible te furnish at this time the complete leg books of some of the naval vessels referred te in the resolution, but I venture te express the hepo that the reof such vesports of the sels herewith eubmltted will be found te centnin in substance se much of the matters recorded in said leg books ns ure important in answering the Inquiries addressed te me by the settate. Gnevnn Ci.kvki.and. Executive Mansion, Feb. 11. IP'.5. STRANGE Service dent Monday sent the following Feb. 12. KY. THE LEDGER . li pper prlitM -- li Urfcert dally UAl'JIALHTUVK la IUji-Till- s BVIIVLVS el-a- $1S9,WH 39, BUBINiM. SfflMR?' a& MtBta,4ellTerel by carrier arMitty aiall. If are tasking far tie it ftr your msary, get It la TBK yta tkin 0 B.FxAscB.Cuhler. W.H.Oex, President. J as, N. Knet. ItlJMla at tae isae price at say atker Mayi-vllatper aae cent a .GEORGE M.CLINGER py r 25 tnU a rtadlag -- alter say atker . Vlce-Pieaiatlt iir. It (tItm ui measure their ya am iBt tie i 00 A OENEBAL BAHK1N0 .DAILY yi ...MEAT MARKET-- . ra Jk& time temb-erli- e (appose yta clre It a maatk'i trial, LKDflXK. Maw la the Ne. 890 Murket St. l Choice ment only, t3JIrser, Bprb and Lard. Delivered te any part of eity. MONUMENTAL, STATUABY AND CKMETJCBY WOKK, In Granite and Marble. M. K. GrILMOKE, 1W Second BTBr, MAYBVItLE. KY ttlntftrlnry prices KAItUOAD Knt txmbtah&es. VATSVILI.1I DIVISION, PuuUdMjuixi. '.! 5:52 a. tii. for CINCINNATI DIVISION Cltr.SArKAKrAVll onto fe.l6.10.t'0n.m. .no a I ssp. iii 8:05 (Ne. I9...5:in;.n.t I Ne. L...I..07 a. ni ROUTE? Ne. 17.. S 51 a.m. WhI )Ne.3....a.59p1. lise. io...e.Wi. m.t Dally. Dally except Suuday. Y. K V. Limited Ne. 1! arrives at Washington B:rOB. m., llHltlmore 8:00 a. m.. Philadelphia 10:00 n. m ion. A'orthieund. New Yerk 12:53 p. m. K. K. V. Limited Ne. 3 arrlvcsat Cincinnati at 5:50 p. ra. Arrlve at Maysville at 9:45 a. m. and 7.i Washington Express Ne. 4 arrives at p.m. ai New YerkV:S3 p. ra. CincinAll trains dally except Sunday. nati FtiBt Line Ne. 1 arrives at Cluclnuatl at &e) ,Mel;:..t)S0).ni. Ne. 18...!,:i5p.m.t Ne. 2O...S0Op.n:.i Paris, Lex lnirten,Clncinnatl,Hich. It- mend, Stanford, Ingeten, Jolllce, MUdlosberougb, Cumberland Chip, Frankfort. Louisville and points en N. N. and M. V., Kaetern Division. Leaves Maysvllle at 1:50 p. m. for Paris, Cincinnati, Lexington, Winchester, Klouinend and points en N.N. and M. V Eastern Dtvi. Leaves Mavsvlllc ai Pullman Sleeping Car Service te ltlchmend and Old Point Comfert ly trains 2 and 4. Direct connection a. Cincinnati! for all points West and Seuth. Nen. 1, 2, 3 and 4 dn net step between Ma) Newport, Ky. Trains 15. 18, 17, 18, 19 and 20 step at the St. Hetel for ptiseeiiKer. Charles a.m. VANDK1UJII.T SYbTKM. CLEVELAND, CINCINNATI, CHICAGO ami ST. LOUIS RAILWAY. MIDLAND ROUTE UETWRE.V Tlcket offices, N.W. corner Fourth and Vine, and Central Union Station, Third and Central avenue, Cincinnati. MAYSVILLE, CLEVELAND DIVISION. GEORGETOWN FRANKFORT. Leave Maysville Leave Paris. Leave Georgetown . .. . FUNERAL. Flew-er- a Over a Ceflln Tilled W th fnr mi Kllte Irliin. Arrive Frankiert " " LenvoErankfert ... AIM. I'. M. 5:52 1:50 :45 4:35 5:50 11:25 f. M. 1:50 :U5 ., U:42 7:35 Eatt ami Nvrthwt. Only line running through ears Inte New Yerk City without ferriage or transfer, landing passengers In the Grand Centra! Station, street; only through car line te llosten, and only line running solid trains te Clevcland, nnd 47 miles shortest. d Daily. Except Sunday, t Sunday oily. Ttireifjh Traim. Forty-secon- 1'. one. 0. p. ri ffl r t; f iil ' 1 1 u;ai hhquiIiin. I'OJl.... ....S.l Jjjrj. A eemphte Pel of Magistrate' Wanks. Apply at once at Ledger Jeb Printery. In the midst of life we are in debt. If you ewe Tiik Ledger anything we'll be pleased te trade our best autograph for cash. Eureka. We have it. The sole agency for Jeseph It. Peebles Sen 8 Ce 's line old Wines, Whiskies and Brandies at Chenn-wcfh'a Drugstore. IDcfere the election The Ledger argued that Republican success meant a restoration pf confidence, the opening of American factories and workshops, the return of business te Ha wonted channels, profitable and steady employment for Amerlcan werklnjrmen, and an era, of renewed prosperity nil along the line. That the hopes held out by The LKimruwere net' false ones Is belng fully demonstrated. Belew itre a few crldences of tbe buslnes that tread en the heel nf the great Republican victory. Editor.! al MIete'H Tltint We offer One Hundred Dollars Keward for cnycasoef Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. & Ce., K. J. Ciiem-.Proprietors. Teledo, O. We the undersigned have known F. J, Clioney for the last 15 years, and bollevc him perfectly honerablo in all business transactions and financially able te carry out any obligation made by their firm. Wkct 4 Tiidax, Wholesale Druggists, Teledo, (). WAtDINO. KlNNAff Sc MAUVIK, After au idleness of sevcral weeks, operations wcre resumed at the Massillon Bridge "Works recently, giving employment te a large force of workmen. The empleyes of the Canten (0.) Safe Maysville Steam Wek have received notice that their .AND. vragae will be reduced ten per cent, This DYE WORKS. is the fourth cut te which these men have s Ne. 1!4 Third street. Ladles' nod been subjected In a year, anil there is Garments Cleaned, Dyed and Pressed. case. universal grumbling. Het and Celd Hatha in connection. Wholcsale Druggists, Teledo O. Hall's Ciiturrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the bleed and muoeus surfaces of the system. Prlco75e. per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials free. Laundry Oentle-raea'- The general opinion among the delegates is that Phil n. Penna will be reelected national president en the first ballet, but Secretary McBryde has a big fight en his hands for ing his pretest against the proW. C. Pearee, secretary of the Ohie ground ceedings en the that miners, being his strongest opponent. they are unconstitutional, and Farjretl for Efla that the cehteht law passed Caldwell, 0., Feb. 11. A. H. by the proseut legislature Is retrois in jail here, charged with hav- active, and asserts that Gov. Turney's ing forged the name of his grandfather, charges are glittering generalities. Samuel Danferd, te two notes, one for The paper denies that Turney received S200 and another for 8300. He disposed a majority of votes. It asserts that of the first note te William Merris, n the poll-talaw in force in this state Sharen township farmer, but before he is unconstitutional. Evans makes could negotiate the latter he wns de- specific and lengthy answers te Turtected and arrested. He pleaded guilty ney's charges, and then makes counter and was bound ever te the grand jurj charges net Ie striking than these Danferd was te have been married te a made by Turney. young lady of this county in a few St. I.eula ltarbers and Wultern. days, and took this course of raising St. Leuis, Feb. 11. The Trades and the money with which te begin house Laber union of St. Leuis has unanikeeping mously decided te send n delegation to Ceal Miner Strike. Jeffersen City te have a bill introduced Am.IA.nck. 0., Feb. 11. A fewdaya in the legislnture making it a felony age the coal miners of Herghel, Jef- for keepers of hotels and restaurants fereon county, were notified by the op- te require their waiters te shave clean. erators that, owing te the present con- The proposed measure will be vigordition of buinness It would be necessa- ously opposed by the National Barbers' ry te reduce price of mining 10 cents a union. ten. The men, who have been receivAccidentally Killed. ing 75 cents per ten, refused te accede EvANhVU.i.K, Ind., Feb. 12. Werd mine ewne-s- , and, te the terms of the accordingly went out en u strike. has just reached here of the accidental boy named About eno hundred men are involved. death of a Unless a 6pecdy settlement is effected Crawford, who lives at Staeer Station, It Is feared suffering will ensue, as about ten miles from here. He was many of the miners are in peer shape out in the stable attempting te fix a refinancially te remain Idle even for a volver, when it was discharged, and the bullet entered his bruin. short time. Ohie (1. A. It. Keriir s Quarter. Net Much nf a Jniveler. Louisville, Ky., Feb. 11. The thirty Mo.vjieuill, 111., Feb. 12. It. G. Hebl-sovisiting Grand army men from northa wealth farmer who came te this ern Ohie pesta have completed arrangecounty in 1S23, died Monday morning. ments for quarters during the encamp- Although 75 years old. he never set ment next September, and returned feet en u truin of cars; wus never out home. Special qunrters were secured of the county except te Gnlesburg. and for the ladloswhe aocempany veterann. never fired a gun. The names of about 400 Ohleans were The Klhn'a l'li)liinii. placed en file by the executive comLemhi.v, Feb. 13. -- Au inquest was mittee. held nt Harwich, Monday, ever the llegas Checks. who is supposed te have Celumdus, 0., Feb. 12. Seme smooth body of a man Elbe. individual is working the bogus check been the physician of the up When the body was picked it racket successfully in this city. Se far had u it, nnd uphe has passed three checks, using the on thelife buoy attached te initials "II. clothing were the name of J. S. Abbett & Sen In each Q." ts hours Irem Cincln uatl te St. Leuis. Three daily trains. Only line running eellc trains between Cincinnati and St. Leuis with Pullman Vestlbulcd Sleeping Cars. Allclussee express of passengers curried en trains. Te irVw(n KmftranM. If you are going West, Northwest or Southwest, write teT. A. GHrrigan, Traveling Passenger Agent n. and hallway, (Ohie and Mississippi O. S.-who will queto you lewost emigrant rates en passengers, household goods, stock and emigrant movables te any point In tbe West, Northwest or Seuthweet. De net make any arrangements for jour tickets until you have written or called en him, for It will be te veur Interest, as rates via the II. and O. S.-Hallway are as low ag 'jja any ethor reuto. is tbe shortest, qulokesl The 11. and O. S.-and most direct reuto between the Enst and oi the West, with no night changes of cars de- EVANS' ANSWER. omnibus transfers. Trains arrlve at and In St. from Union Depots, and nrriveparson-ger- s Leucthy and Kmnhatlc Heply te the euls In advance of ethor lines, giving Charge! af Gov Turnej. going West of St. Leuis first choice of seats for Western points. Nasuvillk, Tenn., Feb. 12. H. Clay The 11. and O. ., (Ohie and Mississippi Evans, the republican claimant for the Hallway,) Is known ovcrywhero as the anything governorship, Monday filed his answer It deos Friend. It docs net prorelsothe under-signenet carry out. Write te te the charges of Gov. Turney. It comfor rates and you will save money. T, A. Gahbiean, Trav. Pass. Ag't, prises specific replies te the allegations Central Union Depot, Cincinnati. of the contestants as te frauds in republican counties, and then setb up, at great length, charges of fraud in a uumber of ether counties, te which the centestee made objection in joint convention. Evans began by emphasizL----l tlrst-clus- s Hall-wayKrai-grantd St. Lei'ts, Feb. 12. Mrs. Cenrad Weiderheld, of Ke. 3517 Cez.ern street, received word Saturday confirming the report that her husband w;i?a from tlivmen en the steamer Elbe, and that iu all probability his at the bottom of tin sen. hhe determined te held a funeral services at her home, und Monday purchased au expensive casfilled ket, which she ordered with the choicest flowers. Sunday evening the residence was draped in mourning, when six pallbearers bore in their light burden timid the means of the widow and little girl, and bowed heads of ether friends of the deceased. Hev. (Justav Waugerin, of the German l'retestunt church, cenductud brief funeral tervieea, and the assemblage dispersed. Just what disposition will be made of the casket has net been determined. pas-en-g- Lenve (leorgetewn Leave Paris Arrive Majsvllle .. . 1:00 2:00 4:00 7:30 JI. I'. M. 4:00 4:40 7:30 fi:2H Dally except Sunday. body-wa- s ;(! urn Dium IK.fK N. Y. nnd lias. Southwestern Ves. Llm.. . Iles. nnd N. Y. Express Clcv., N. Y. and Iles... CIcv., BufT. and N. Y.. Cel urn. nnd Sprlngfldd Columbus Acentniueda. Day. andSpringtleld... MIddlctnwn COLUMBUS Leerc. dfl:0Op.m dU:M) a. in, 12:15 , Arrr. ,dl0:U a,m. dfl:45 0:30 dt):B5 3:10 7:60 d4:15p.m. d6:05p.m. d8H5 p.m. 3:15 p.m. d6:15 a.m. p.m, dfi:U p. ra. :b p.m. p.m. pan. .m. a.n. .. B.&O ( HOVAl, formerly C, S. and C. RaHmnd. Sandusky.. Sandusky. dd :10 p.m. 7:30 a.m. d9:CB AND SANDUSKY. n.VEIt. Nlnn nnd one-ha- ll s.-- w. a.m. ers and Parler Cars. IiMil(ti)H!t, Lafaytllc ami Chtcaoe. "11:01 a.m. Clilcaoe Train ds:15 a.m. dfl:31 a.m. Arrlveat the new pas 12:30 p.m. a. i. senger stHtien, toot) 07:15 p.m. d7:29 a.m. dll :10 dti:30 p.m. Went, Ninth and Nurthwert. Solid Vestlbulcd Trains, Dining Cars, Wagner Compartment nnd Standard Sleep- cmctae DIVISION. dfi:10 p.m. 11:10 p.m. Indianapolis. '3:00 p.m. ST. LOUIS DIVISION. 3:Up.m. irrM, Seuth ami Southwest. Peoria, Terre Haute I and Matteen Terre Hnute and Mat.. The ElhUart Lint, M1C1UOAN dS:30 a.m. d7:45 p.m, 12:40 p.m, DIVIBION. d:40 a.m. d6 :00 p.m. 3:18 p.m. Tfa- - formerly Cincinnati, bath ami itlehtean taUtrai. Coei-Beac- Hush., Andersen. Ma rlen, Warsaw, Andersen, ' Wabash Hushvllle, Geshen, Kl- -. hart, llcnten Harber and St. Jeseph 8:30 a.m. 3:80 p.m. a .CO p.m. 10:19 a.re. We Henry Ort Drugstore! flrst-clas- have all the prerequisites s of a Stamps, Streetcar Tickets, Brldr-Elee- t. lias decided te tuke the lead In the Furnltuie trade during tbe holidays HOT SODA WATER. 'WTIIXO. . . C. POWER. Dan-for- d x Uecausc his prices arc the lowest and his stoek the largest te select a ulce and vitlimble Christmas present from In the city. WHY -- 00 TO . . DONOVAN & SHORT,' THE LEADING BLACKSMITHS, mxrisiiTS JTX.,.. Practical Herse Shoeing. UM H feet straight-enct- l, Forging, Scalping and Interfering stepped witbent discomfort te the horse; Feet Traed, Balanced and Shed se as te enable irregular-gaitehorses te go straight with frictionless articulation and increased speed. Yenr patronage solicited and promptly attended te, Prices reasonable. Cerner Second and Limestone streets, Maysville, Ky. ToeLng-eu- t and Teeing-i- n Knee-bangin- d He has purchased it few nf the swings as shown In cut, which can be adjusted te any doer In the house, nnd which will umuse the llttle children the cold winter days. Yeu will please cull and examine his prlceti and goods. RYDER Successors ....DKALKKS & RUDY te Albert Greenwood. n, HENRY ORT, The Let'dlug IN... Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, H. 101 v. -- FURNITURE DEALER, ' l ' sVeVad St., MAYSVILLE, KY. Picture Frames Moldings, WmI tteti4 KHrasL, Our designs and ahadet of Wallpaper are the most handtome and novel ever brought te d IUts von Bers Threat, rtmplet, Masen county, and they are attraettng univerAbom, Ache. Old Seres. Ulcers la Meuth, lJUr- sal prtue by all Mho see them, n . w uwafc .VMa y ve mWM JKA Only the best grade of Faints, and Oils kept "W In I'alnters' Bnppltes and ArtWi' 1 I HatariAM a specialty. Pries reasenauie. -. Conwr-Celore- ,v 222!Kz2n??!uS2!!??Hp! wtv tw' ;v; ,.!,5MflZ, '.'irasnuii i uireuiaciui, ) W;i 11P k4 W T ffPPfPlfSfBp'pwi! rlWl Vll" wwi?i:&rmwir?w"r ? daw n again. The break was mere this time. Sea anchors were -- ?$? &7wyT? v 7 MCiMniiMrf9iwiMkviAM "y'rm " K3SSEK tptptti?! wnf-- j ' S . Wl j LA GASCOGNE, put the out, and for forty-en- o '' b m Mexican shot and killed two ethers. Temple Itethel, Jewish synagogue nt THK THICKS a in: the repairs having been completed, 103 l'enacela, Fla., was destroyed by fire. then Seme of the Crew of the Wrecked miles were made. The ship waB Yeung Stnvnll, who assassinated his NiBf Sad Hearts Gladdened by the clear te the uerthwnrd of the track of brntherin-law- , Wiley Jerdan, near Cienfuegos Brought te New Yerk. c steamers, and wns thereJacksonville, Ala., died in jail at that Appearance of the Vessel. THAN TMOHi: OF LAJf SEASON! fore net seen by the many steamers place. which passed ever the regular track. Steamer Mnr.Tlanil Arrive! at Valcmla With Hill has introduced a resoluSenater Ml 4, ljr Was Caused by Broken Piston On February 0 160 mllea were made. tion ileclarinir that coin bends shall be Ladies' Fest Black ScamlcEs IIesc at Our new stork of Cotten Hosiery is Damaced Hew British Steamer Greand In Her Dliabled Condition machinery broke down On the 7th the cian Hai a Terrible Voyage Man; payable in geld if the government can new arriving. We sell a Fast Black 10c per pair; our Ladies' 35c Hese arc the ha TTui CnabU te Make Much 1'llets Miming at Sfir Yark. for the third tlme. The heavy cyclone net maintain tbe parity between geld Seamless Dei Headway In the Fierce Gale. Blocking for celebrated thlepean Dye, and arc the struck her en that day, and the ship and silver. Children at 10c per pair, same as sold last same grade sold last season at 35c; all the hovc-t- e out nil with the sea anchors Ward Line Nkw YenK, Feb. The credentials of Mr. Hear for an- season at 15c, all bIzcb, 0 te QVABantine, Feb. 12. La Oascegne, grades in stock at S5c, 40c and 50c. 8; a Fast day. Ne headway was made, and, ow- steamer Santiage, which arrived Monother term in the senate, beginning Black Seamless Stockings, in cither plain flnlr the Wff French liner, eight days Men's Seamless Socks at 5c, 81c ami ing te the motion of the ship, repairs day morning from Nassau, brought March 4 next his fourth term were dropped anchor at the bar just presented te the senate Monday by his or ribbed, for Misses, si7es 0 te 9, at 15c 10c; see our line of Men's Half Hoee nl midnight. All are well en were difficult. On the next day the forty of the crew of the stenmer bofef chief engineer, who had been at his per pair. 25c. of the same line, which was colleague, Mr. Ledge. beard and a agh of relief gees np from pest the reIsAt Valparaiso, Ind., the elevator in two continents. The delay was due te pairs,day and night, completed miles. wrecked last Monday en Harber und the ship proceeded 131 land, in the Bahama. Very Rev. Dean the factory of the Cosme Uutter Milk a broke piston red and te the terrific Yeung, 'dean of Nassau, en route for Seap Ce., fell with Jehn Ripley, of They Aie the Best Values Ever Offerwl the Price. alea which swept the north Atlantic MAIL. NO FAST SOUTHERN f England, was also a passenger en the In., brother of Superintendent for the past week or mere and brought The Pest Office Ceimralttee ralti te Mnfae Santiage. Ripley. Ripley vtas seriously injured disaster te many a stanch craft. an Appropriation, The men return under charge of internally. 51 West Capt. Baudolen and the offleers and Washijiotek, Feb. 12. The last hope First Assistant Engineer Underwood. The Dudley hosiery mills, at Newton erew of La Oasoene brought the ship southern fast The ether ollleers and a few of the Lewer Falls, Mass., employing about Second Street. aad passengers through gales nnd made of the promoters of the was depert without help. Frem the time mall from Cincinnati Monday the pest crew arc standing by the ressel caring five hundred hands, are te reopen with i the full complement. Large orders are they left Havre, January 26, until Mon- stroyed by the calling up ofthe senate for the cargo. office appropriation bill in c Londen, Feb. IS. The steamer Mary- en hand, and work for several months day they speko no without the proposed amendment for land (British), Capt. Herman, from Phil- in assured. steamer, and saw only a The mall. The woman suffrage bill after being soheoner, the one which reported at the Cincinnati southernte get the com- adelphia January 22 for Londen, arrived at Valentin Monday morning reported unfavorably by the commitMlquclen, N. S., us having committee did their best -St Pierre, asked for with damaged bows. She had been tee of the whole, wns beaten iu the seen a large steamer oft the Hanks, ap- mittee te insert the amount and the appropriation committee even towing the disabled steamer Lech Nevada assembly by a vote of 17 te 12 parently in distress last tiaturduy. for the Mare (British), Capt. Allisen, from Monday afternoon. It was made a Nhw YenK, Feb. 12. The first def- cut out the appropriation southern fast mail along the Atlantic Charleston January 25 for Ttremen, special order. inite news that La Gascepnc had appropriwhich she was obliged te nbarien, owreached the city ut 5:20 p. m., but coast line, which has been mere. The steamer Citv of St Augustine, years or an hour before that dlspatches had ated for the last ten Introduced a peti- ing te the fact that the Maryland was Capt QasUell, which plies regularly for Senater Sherman very short of coal. In the terrific fale between New Yerk and Jacksonville, been coming' in which gave ground for tion from members of the bar at Cleve- which prevailed the cableh parted, and in the trade, sailed the hope that the missing1 Frenchman land, O., asking for the appointment of it was then that the Maryland's bows from Jacksonville en January 10, and was sear at hand. circuit-H- e were stove. At 5:20 a messenger boy from the an additional judge for that has net since been heard from. the apalso introduced a bill Glasoew, Feb. 12. The Ilntish Jlaratlme exchange came running in pointment of an additionalforjudge us The noted eaaa of Mrs. Mary Ann Jansteamer Orecian, from New Yerk with a telegram as follews: Miller, of Alliance, 0., against the city uary 24 for Glasgow, arrived nt "Fire Island, 5:15. La Gascogne is petitioned. of Allinnec, te recover 835,000 damages She experienced terrific The senate amendments te the Chioff Fire island." Injuries alleged te hove been suv building bill were agreed weather throughout the trip, and lest for That was official, nnd settled the cago public tainedeverayettr age.has been brought some of her cargo of live hteek. Ninematter. Hie joy of the agent and te by the house Monday. 'Die city te a close by a compromise. t cattle and a pays S350. cranhtex's wneNiie. teen horses ether officials knew no bounds. They deswept Washington, Feb. 12. The state large number of sheep were clapped caeh ether en the back, and general Members of the Seventy-firs- t shook hands with tears In their eyes. partment will proceed te tnke vigorous overboard. assembly of the state of Ohie met at Ni:v Yena, Feb. 12. The harbor the Grand hotel, Cincinnati, Monday measures in the case of J. C. Cranston, One of them hustled up te the reef and of the disSunday ran np the French flag, while another who arrived at Vancouver Hawaii. en pilots have had their shnre te the late night at u banquet. As there are only A comfort and peril incident of the lat dis- the Warrlme, an exile from chalked a transcript biennial sessions new, this reunion was brief statement of his case has been re- beve weather. Fourteen beats of the the connecting link between the effi patch en the big bulletin beard y New which is Ubcd te nnnounce the ceived at the state department New Yerk and four of the cial meets. fleet are Hill out at 6ea, and from from the United States commercial sailing dates of the French ships. Jehn Hildebrand, clerk iu a dry agent at Vancouver, alleging that most of them no report has been goods store at Huntington, Ind., was Aa elderly Frenchman burst into the and pilots en office just bofero the final telegram Cranston it an American citizen; that received. The crews The J en n step ladder taking some goods came. It was A. A. Richie, the wealthy he wns guiltless of nny participation lu beard number nearly 200 from a shelf, when he foil. He reached the rebellion und thut he was forcibly II. Stafferd was doing station duty out te catch held of u shelf, and his phosphate ugent, with headquarters at exilwd outside the bar. but en Friday steed Ocala, Fla., who hai three daughters placed aboard the steamer and hand struck an iron hook and was tern en beard La Oascegne. The reaction without any trial and te his severe out te sea te escape being blown ulmest eft5. fa"cy STAflJ less. It will benecessary in ashore. She has net returned, and six from his nnxiety wns m grout that he pecuniury A telegram from Riwabik, a small laughed and cried at once. He shook order te make out a ease against the pilots who took vessels out Saturday town en the Mesaba Iren range, says Hawaiian government te substantiate were compelled te stay en the ships there was a bad cave-ihands with everybody in the place. at the Cantea and make the ocean voyage. "Oh, my daughters," he cried. "They Cranston's statement at every point. Almsey lluey in the mine Monday, by whieh two men, Leuis The position of CAULK MM. IK THE HOUSE. arc safe. If you wish te see a happy, CAJiPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, Marine, were Washington, Feb. 12. A bill te in- horber has been changed by drifting Razis and Chiclllneburied beneath a happy man, leek at me." killed and Tears glistened in the eyes of all who corporate the International Pacific Ice. which Is another difficulty the mass of ere weighing several tens. And Housekeeping Coords Generally Always en Hand were present, as they congratulated Cable Ce., for a cable from California pilots have te contend with. te the Hawaiian Islands and thenoe te A Foolish Wner. the eld gentleman. AND FOB 8AI.E BY THE MARKETS. Ind.. Feb. 12. Jr.rKH'.seNVii.i.E, In the meantime ethers had begun Japan and ether points in the Pacific and the mainlands of Asia and Aus- Walter Ilestnndcr, Rebert llerea. .las. te arrlve and in fifteen minutes the Cincinnati, Feb 11 was tilled. Five cable messages tralia, was introduced in the house Wilen. Rebert Jenes and Samuel MilliSS Fleuu Winter patent quotable Havre ,wrj! sent te the Paris andseventy-flv- e Mondayof by Representative Charles W. ler made a watrer that the one who 2.B0, Je fancy, llZfui.V) de famUj atC5"l 15; 2 Pennsylvania. Stcne, agencies of the line, and about crossed en the ice te the Kentucky ile extra (1 MJI i. low grants $1 TOtfl SO. A NKW CinCUlT .ILDOK. telegrams were started te the peoshore and reaching that point first, prln? patent, JA3O3.8 70, spring fancy tibKl Washington, Feb. 12. Representawould win a bet. At a given signal 1 75. spring fumlly I.M.'r.jJte ple who liud made inquiries during the un buers de WiikaT Valee week and had left their names nnd ad- tive Storer introduced into the house the boys started. In their eagerness net feel dispened are rather slew n',.ed. and tbe UP TO te pay price place was fairly alive a bill creating a new judge for the te reach the goal, and en getting1 out market Is quiet Sftles of Ne ! red. track at dresses. The Fin-de-SieclSixth district United Mute circuit in mid stream, thc3" cunie in contact Uc with messengers aeming and going. e! Ne 3 walte Cehn bales: N'e J At no pluce In New Yerk wns the court. It is believed that the Steror with a large air hole hidden by an Ice mixed track at HHe.S Ne 2 tr.u-- He,arrive, ellew te Gascegne's arrival hailed bill will be favorably reported by the peak, which they went through. Fornews of the nearly yellow, track, at 45c tunately they were geed swimmers, ic mixed ear2 mixed light color, track at with as much joy as at the Hetel Mar- judiciary committee Tuesday. Oats Ne. store. Best goods only, Henceforth we are an BTIM. Anevr. 311,000,000. tin. Fer days all the prominent Frenchind landed en the surfuce of the ice in 32U'- Ne (mixed, track' at S.'c (Am.E Hcuvy steers fair te geed 4 2H lowest prices only. See? Will continue this week our bar12. Monday's safety. of New Yerk havn been gathering Washington, men Feb. J.V&4 60; butcher, choice, at this popular French rcbert for the statement of the condition of the treas- The lUlie ( ajitalu's Lunt ttonlite HUWUe. ITS, te poed tire, tnltcx common teWordinary, gain of bargains 13.6034 US fair news. The long distance telophene ury hewt: Available cash balance, Feb. 12. A dlspntch te the )33eit33A oxen, jt 00 M 5 Helfera: Goed te Londen, HOPE BLEACHED MUSLIN, 5c, worth 71c. has been constantly ringing in the 8142.412,007; geld reserve, 41,303,212. Standard from Iterlln says that accord- choice $J"1 110 fair te medium, JISJilM. ChiCALVB5 Common and large. J1003& 00. fair SPECIAL BROWN MUSLIN, 5c, worth 71c. cafe. Frenchmen in Fhlladelphia, Capt. Ven GOLD I'OUIUNO IN. ing te his brother-in-law- , cago, ltosten, Pittsburgh and elseWasiiinoten, Feb. 12. Secretary lieessel, the master of the Elbe, while te geed light, ceWaT5 4.:0iM30; heavy White Bedspreads, 69c, elsewhere 31. Lace Curtains, very been asking for the news. Carlisle informs the syndicate which standing en the bridge after the col- choice hsavv pachera andbutchers where have feed butaheri. W.1S The cafe was crowded late Monday agreed te furnish 3,500,000 ounces of lision, seeing that disaster wa immi- (4 20. mixed packera, 380jt 10; common and special, S3 quality, new $2 pair, pole free. Sample Handkerafternoon when the naws was first geld that Interest en the bends fflven nent, wrote a few words of farewell rough 3.7i3 B0, light shippers and geed fat chiefs less than wholesale prices 10c Handkerchiefs 7c, 3 for flashed ever the wire. Proprietor Mar- in payment would net be charged after and handed the note te Dellarde, the plK, W. 4 00 Sheep Lands Sheep: Goed te extra, 20c; 15c Handkerchiefs 12c, 3 for 35c; 25c quality extra 17c, tin rushed ia, hia face aglow with ex- the deposit of the geld, and in German pilot, who was rescued, In- 14 0014 W:and common te fair. 3,00ei7. Lambs: citement. "La Gascegne est arrive," amount of geld via structing him te give it te nobody but Kxtra, J.10a5.:S; goad te choice UtO&S 00; 3 for 50d. Don't miss it. Yours for bargains, a large te jfeented. Monday delivered at the assay office. his (Capt. Ven Oecssel's) wife. The common te fair. B5S TKmerino, per lb. fine I2c: "Me dieut Ete est arrived enfin," purport of the message has net been quarter ed bleed clothing lS14c; medium delllg Indlantopells Dlaie. in chorus from the assembled Tut who were sipping their absinthe Indian aiei.I8, Ind., Feb. 12. The revealed. laine und clothing. 13J14e, eearae. I14c; maaurty, rt lam, combine, lt&lle. Wmhea, fine meOhie Itepubllcan League .Meet. wholesale grocery of Geerge W. Stout lb, 14016a, medium eletblng, Parisian style. Cincinnati, Feb. 13. Representative rino. X te XX perCeece, K&lft, lest combing, Snob, a scene of uncontrolled delight was destroyed by fire Monday after- of the Republican leaguesef Ohie will 1r!i7c, delutce com 18310c, quarter bleed kas seldom been seen In New Yerk. noon at a less of 5115,000. The lire was held sessions in this city beginning men coarse, lftQlda: and law, liatTci S?c choice, discovered nt 2 o'clock, when the first Tuesday. Mas who had relatives and intimate average, l8e. There are 110 republican Baltimore, Feb II Meads en beard almost cried for Jey. alarm was sounded. Second and third elubs in the Ohie league, varying In WnBAr Ne. 3 red spot and February, HH Only a party of Frenehmen could have ulnrms were sounded immediately, and membership from 80 te 1,400 members, expressed their extreme happiness as it was npparent from the outset that tbe Dloine club being the largest, with (SM'fc; May, 6SHR6Kc February. 40Vai"c; CenM Mixed spot and they did. With tears In their eyes, and the building was deemed. Thore are about SOfOOO March, i1HQTXc; May, 48ft4tKO that number DKALKRS 1K- 33Te; Ne t faces fairly beaming with joy, their Oats Ne 2 white irentern, members In the state league. There Attempt te Mew Up a Dwelling. de, they hugged oae ether passionately. will be 1,100 delegates and alternates mixed e. !4'ac. Linkvii.i.b, la., Feb. 12. Unknown 2, im-N"Wc will drink champagne Nsw Yerk. Feb 11. an effort te blew up the in the convention. ORATES. said Proprietor Martin, and the cheer partiesofmade Litten, a farmer living a fiel Rti Western, M J67e. Se 5 Milwaukee, MANTELS, Tlie I'ope Angers the Hultan. sww' gave house that went up from the Frenchman BaM.it Western. 63C66, mile south, early Monday morning. Londen, Feb. 12. A dispatch te the 040. him assurance that they would join In The doer was broken open and a bomb suv&mv. Chronicle from Reme says that a carWhiat Ne. 2 red stero and elevator, 57i the jubilee. afloat, 5Hc f. e, b , 64869k. ungraded Tinware, Tin Eoeiing, Guttering and Spouting. many Frenchmeu at the thrown in. It expledod, but no one dinal confirms the report thatInthe sul- 57ci6at0c; Ne l Northern, 6?4C There were The house was badly medlate behalf red, Martin who came from Boaten and was killed. Litten extinguished the tan ivited the pope tepowers en the Arelevattr, 48!tB49t40 Corh-N- e. 2. 47(a48 wrecked. of Turkey, with the afloat; steamer mixed 4Tii4c, Ne 8 47KO JOB WOnK OF ALL KINDS Kxecnted In tbe belt manner. ether cities te meet relatives en the Hemes though badly burned. menian question. The pope declined 4tVic vessel. They lest net a moment in JStfe: Oat-N- e. 8. SSMOJIc; Ne 8 white te de se, hut advised the sultan te aprushing te La Gascogne's pier. Treat-lieOrcr a Telephone. 3 white. S. 33e. Ne 34c; WHITE, JUDD & CO. Christian govorners. This made Ne. 2 Chicago,Western, Ne4it58. white state and Mr. Crosier, of Philadelphia, whose Ga., Feb. 12. Rev. J H. point Atlanta, Wic. mind -- Are still In tbe- Guseegne, was Hawthorne, pastor of the First Baptist the sultan angry. Western, S0ffi41e. wife is en beard the Toliue.O.. Feb II. Colonial War Dinner. quite overcome when he heard the church, preached a sormen ever the 2 red cash, 63e, May, 64ct Whcat-N- e. BUSINESS Nkw Yehk, Feb. 12. The Society of news. telephone, nnd all in Atlanta, Athens, July. l&Sc. talk, I am ke happy," Griffin, Macen and Madisen who had the Colonial Wars of the State of "I can hardly CenN Ne. 5 mixed, cna,4t'Xc, May 44c. At Ne. 42 W. Second Street. held its annual dinucr at the he- - said. dull but BrIO,. Ne. 2 white, "It seems as if huve Jnbt telephone, connection listened. He did By MATTHEW 0. LEWIS, passed through a hldeetiH nightmare. net attack Cel. R. O. Ingerbell, as hud Hetel Waldorf Monday afternoon, the caeu, 36c bid. (MONK LEWlB.) KVK- - Market tlrm. Ne. S cash Me hid My anguish, as the days and nights been expected he would, and his audit- occasion being the 132d anniversary of Clevekieeu Mareh IA JO bid. Mr. Lewis was n msmber of the some- ors were disappointed. trcnty of Paris. the signing of the went by without a word, was PinsnCHUll, Feb II. ' nrltlsh Parliament, and his book Among the speakers were Jeseph II. CATTi.t-I'rlthing terrible. I can hardly believe N00.SO. geed. SiJ&at-Criecnme be popular In Rnpland The Servla Detained. Cheate, James C. Cnrter and Rev. Dr. geed butchers 3W!14IV rough fat, 13.004 HTlT LINE TO AM) IKOM is true." that it hundred yearn rre that it gained 3 70, fair light mecrt Utegsss QtKKNHrewN, Feb. 12. The steamer David II. Greer. The tug Fred B. Daell, with repre Hogs The market was dull. with a few sales for hlra the title of "Menk sentatives of the prcssen beard, was Servla which sailed from Liverpool mnde t 14.3614 W Saw Nothing. Lewis." UB5&4M; tug te reach La Gnsoegii. for New Yerk en Saturday, was de14 4024 75, geed rn. the first Halitax, Feb. 12. The steamer !st. Snuir-Extll.60jM.Kli It Is a fine piece of elaMle com Sel il WMIbuled Trains, with Buffet Parler The disabled steamer had left Fire tained here because of the nenarflval Pierre, Capt, Angrove, arrived Monday fair mixed, ISOOJIW, common fi.60.iJ6.7Jt 65: best larntm, position, and after beltin nut nl Chib, HI trant Coaches Dlnlnjr Care, Wanner lb snowed in at yearlings, miles astern and of the malls. The mail Island twenty-fivPrivate and print for many jearf II lim i'in bleeping Oars iluQYt intest improved magnifimiles bouthef morning from New Feundland ports. common te fair lambs. W 0091 00 Y Feb II "Mecplnir Cars, Compartment was eight, miles te the eastward of Charlesvllle, twenty-twHurrA!.e N She teperts cold weather en the trip. republished from the ordinal cently futnlpliPd with toilet accessories In each ,0:15 Limerick. geed . Sandy Hoek lightship. It tins The St. Pierre did net pass within sight OAiTl.K-Ex- grades, steers. 14 fat fair te i.t text. timi part mcnl cows. 3.t6its.N. butchers' p. m. The big liner was limping Inte A fikuter Drowned. of Sable island, se Capt Angrove had 3.60; fresh cows steady at i:S26i per head It Is fm ouperior id "Mam. pert nt half speed, with two big red STht'iir.NVii.LK, 0.v Feb. 12. Charles nothing te report in regard te La light hogs, rl eOJ.1.70. heavy Menk" am! book or that clinr. lights, signals of distress, at the fore- Ncwlln, aged 10 years, while skating weight Yorkers $4 304 60, geed mediums, Solid Vestibuled Trains, with tluffet Parler aeter. mast. 14 36(34.60. en the river here Monday night, broke Cars, Coaches and Dining Cars and W Leailur Vnllett Muit Die. Shiep an Lamus Few best Umbn sold, The tug lay alongside half un hour through the ice end was drowned. He iiiinit stoning tars. Londen, Feb. 12. A special dispatch t6.76Qa.00; fair te geed. IL75C5 66; geed te PRICE 50 CENTS. and the following story of the trip could swim and kept up for some time, Moosh says It is rumored the choice mixed sheep, 14.0034 60. fair te geed, from was ebtained: but rescucra could net get near. 1S.6023.M rem bai.r ii t popular Armenian leader, Hadji The steamer left Havre January 2a Chicago. Feb. II. O (Twith lhelr itend. The enlv through slecplny car line from ClnO has been condemned te death nnd day out 440 miles were Cash quotations Fleur Unchanged, Ne. 3 On the first Mor-teTiltiHAS A. DAVIS, N. Y Feb. cinnati. uiegatu wngnur sleeping cars. Ai.hasv, sprinir wheat, 68'MKe; Ne. 3 sprlatr wheat will shortly be executed. Jogged; en the second day 407 miles; en has signed the power of removal nominal; Ne. 8 red 80kt6IMe. No.ieern.42c! XATSVIUB-KI he Clliiee Terres In Manchuria. the third day, after traveling 3K0 miles, bill, which gives Mayer htreng the Ne. 3 yellow. 40SO410, Ne J eats, MMc Ne !t A dispatch from red broke, and eighteen I'Vb 12 Palis, the piston white, 80V 3 SI Vc Ne. 3 white, SSVittOTa Ne. J power te depose the heads of departhours were spent In making repairs. ments of the New Yerk city govern- .shunghal s.ivs that the Chinese hac n rye, 6IHe Ne. 2 barley, 86e Ne J 63,r.6ci The "Southwestern Limited" Solid BaX-f-d Trains, with Combination Library, When they were completed the ship ment. total of l"t70a troops In Manchuria Ne. 4, .VHiSJc I.nuia:upem4 Ind.. Feb II. ,. and Smoking Cars, Wajmer Sleeping slm, opposed te .lO.iHrt Japanese steamed at nine miles an hour, making Barceea Goed RmrlUn Hospital, Elegant Coaehca and Dining Cars, landStr CATrur, Queubly unchanged frozen te Dentil. Kx.MUnf Bupcrlntendent LengTlsw On the in nil 60 mllcH en the 20th. I or rrenlilnnt DUs. gaesengers in New Vei k Jlty al te choice medium and heavy, insane AstIdi,1 HiiVAN, ., Feb. 12. Wallace WilPosltlYelr me. fernr transfer. 50th, 31st nnd February 1, 2M, 255 HIUiMtt; mixed and heavy, $3.9034.16, geed 12, The piesb Cm or Mhxtie, Feb, liams, of Mentpolier, this county, was PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Be sure11.your tlekets read Tla "Btejeur." light. l 06 4,15 380pUcs a day were made respect-'ivelD. and lUreiM. CesuraM.kndT'k't Aft. Siircp- -i tnlcn lambs, V 0036.26: common. Omn ins frozen te death en the reud between is agitating the question of B. e. MeCuratiek, Vastt ager Trafflt' Mane of President Ihu. ager, CtastemrtJ, 0. lambs r:7STi 4 76; fine sheep, 14 90gt3a. the Courthouse. Mentpeller and Angela, lad, m jmwu i utwM OBjieeruary "". tmm a trans-Atlanti- exMuch Damage Dene te Several The B!s French Steamer Arrives perienced, and the ship was blown 150 of the Big Vessels. Safe in Pert. miles out of her course. On the 6th, making repairs. On wuh hovc-te- , 4th the first severe weather was hours the ship HEAVY SEAS. CONDENSED NEWS lathered I'rem All Part of the World by Telegraph. In n row at a dance at McNeil, Tex., HOSIERY! 25 PER CENT. LOWER d kr t I 4 te 12.-- The eyer-slu- Cleu-fucg- es llur-lingte- n, at Browningl&fCe. trans-Atlanti- feur-mnste- d f b. RANSON co. ar-rW- ' lumber-eavryln- g Wieen-ockMendu- y. yX SELLING slxty-eigh- eat-sld- e, Jer-so- CHEAP vSV m seasenableDEY GOODS "" m n m & ef-11- m DATE! w t up-te-da- te - Hec.a-Sel- ect 75-- conse-quene- o 1.1 Woetz-Unwah- Paul Hoeflich McCLANAHAN & & Bre. a, tub-nnh- d, SHEA, The Menk! FURNITURE New-Yer- I OAis-Mar- ket me Big Four Reute. & CHICAGO. e K.M-3- o tra Gas-cegu- e. UOGS-Cl- oed ST. LOUIS. BOSTON. Val-les- t, 13.-- Oev. n T. NEW YORK. Fortr-Mce- Dr. J. H. SAMUEL, s!te VeeU-bule- et Hoes-Oo- od y. Rnjc-Thlrdtret,oppe- i . ?Kv, A' lwr"WM .Viil'L?.. ..Jd .J. !" .in i. 3H :u nil ifiwTWii 1 .illS;'JU "'i'. l&. aassibtiUsMLuJuiiisitiH rTrvrSr TiaWTTr WOOI-- i 1 I III "F li. BOOTS AT 6Qc PER Latest U. S. Gev't Repert FA-IPt- , II I lllWMMMIMMIMWiMMWMlillMMMMailMtMllMlUM USUAJIMPIEilOElSl, New is the time te Imy your . . . j&JT BARKLEyS piuyer i olUejudge ciTT , Highest of all in Leavening Tower. RdfeA flr Baking T ABSOLUTELY PURE j2 - Powder Just received, a barge of the celebrated Riymend Cal, of which we hava the ex elusive sale. Domeh fc Pbakkk. r The advertising columns of Tnx speak for themselves. They show that people who knew heu te advertise knew also wnHtut te advertise. rjitn Ballongerthn Jeweler. . Ethh toated and glattdOB fitted by Dr. P. G. Smoot. rJatiafactlen guarantoed. Lkd-(ikm I Tipiqthy, Clever, Red Tep, "Don't Tobaeeo Spit or Smoke Tour Life 4tcenf." 3&T&k: .tr-T- The truthful, startling title of a book about the only harmless, avaranUed tobwater-work- s $20,000 Slorganfleld's acco-habit euro. If jeu want to quit and bends have been pronounced valid by can't, uae Drapes up nlcotlnlaed ncrves, eliminates nleotlne poisons, makes the Court of Appeals. weak man rain strength, weight and vigor, Hz Sheriff Van Arsdall will be placed ''osltive enre or money refunded. Hoek at druggist, or mailed frce. Address en trial at Harreilsburg February 11th h 45 for the murder of Dr. Frank L. Harred. The Sterling Remedy 10 Ce,, Chicago, at.; Hew Yerk, Spruce st. The Lexington Gazette roperts the sale f f 800 worth of tobacco from three and a half acres of land about $210 an acre. "No-te-baoHan-delp- Orchard Grass. English Iiluegrass, Kentucky Bluegrass, r day night In each month. (ThoKdlterof TurLr.DCiBRls net responsl-W- e Mnysville Oominandery Ne. 10- fourth ter the opinions oxpreseed by Correspond-rats- ; killing his uncle, .N'cal Freeman, last Is the pl'ace te get tbem. Monday night In eneb month. , . O nothing reflecting upon the charac- September but ODnraixews. ter or habits of an) poraen trill be admitted TUB LKAnirlM OUOCRB. DeKalb Ledge Ne. 13 Meets erery Tsesday The churches of Lexington will comte these celumas.1 night. Hlnggeld Ledge Ke. 17 Meets every TTfidaea-da- y bine te make the coming eeiics of meetCO0I1RAN A 80NB, night. "Correspondents trill pteate tend Letter 10 ings te be conducted by Evangelist Mills Plsgali Hncampment Ke. I Meats tvoend ATTCMNKTS AT LAW. than 9 o'clock a.m. Oivt a great success. oitereaehutnotlaUr and fourth Mondays lr every month. Plumber, Gaa and Steam Fitter i Canten Maya ville Nr ratt (n ai etc tcenl a peuiiU. We want third Ofeday CODIIT STUKET. nlgbt In each month. 41 Wett Heeend Street, IMN in tAU dpartmeut, and net atlverHsirw Censul Claude Meeker reports from Friendship Ledgu Ke. it, O. of Honr.A.cecnnAH, luctcetorpelitieataraument. UATSVii.Lic.KY second and fourth i'rldays in each MffiuW Bradford, England, that under the Mc- MAYHVILLB. K Jewel Oai Steves. a. u. j. coenitAN. kniqhtb or rrreiAO. Kinlcy Tariff cotton goods oxperts giew LlmcstouetodgoKo.SS Meeta evciy Erida enormously under an increased Tariff. night. OUK A0KNT8. Mayevllle DlrLwen Ke. s U. K. IKettf tfrit Tne following are autherised Agents fei In the four years of the operation of the Tuesday In tjveiy month. isa Pobue Lkoekr In their respectivelecal- - McKinlcr Law the total value of the p. e. 8. A. cotton goods exported de the United Washington Camp Ke. every Txl Minerva Frank W. Hawes. day night. PUBLIC Saniia U. O. Qrlgsby. States was about $2,600,000, as compared O. A. R. SprinqdaieC. C. Degman. with about $1,000,000 in the four years JtatlicJ( Charles Wneeler. Josenh ITelser Pest Ke. 13 Meett lxst and third Saturdays In each month. TancetrureMr. Jennie Stewart. preceding. The only reason given for M. Mt. Camel Kelly Foxworthy. Hutehlni Oamp Ke. 2. 3. of V Uoet this astonishing iucreasc under a high first and third Wednesday's of tbe month. Auouste Loander Tally. Peed Jeseph W. Williams. Weman's HeUef Cerps Meets Sseen and duty is that cotton linings were cheaper. BtucUcH Spring J, H. Hunter. feurfi Saturdays In each month. wr-Th- ad. F. Moere. k, or H. Jft. Oilead Jacob Themas. ' of letter-wrjtiaSBc KACH. I Vttelr Tenx'H Cabin. Hayavllle Ledge Ke. ST78. iieti first and Subscribers will save the treublo ' rt.i'ailtlphici IUcenl. Tuesdays in each moetfa. j third by paying their subscriptions te the ' T. KACKLEY & CO. A. e. v. w. Affent at thetr place E F. Davis's spectacular production of I ' Masen Tiodge Xe. SO Meets second and Tem's Cabin" will begin its i "Uncle Beeks and Stationery. i fourth HrMajs. MT. OLIVET. ' Mayarlite rolre Ke. 73 Meets every Wed-second week at the Academy of Music neHday night. C. B. ltigg was in Mayaville yesterday. tomorrow evening. This production has ' s. tir t. The ropert that Eider Armstrong is been received with enthusiasm the past Fidelity Jilvlslen, S. r T.. mists every Monlead is untrue. day nlKht in G. A. R. nail. week. The dramatic situations of the Gibbens Knncdler of Augusta was in Bc.vKvebVNT seatrms. acted in a style which provoked play were town Saturday. 6t. Patrick's Ilenevelent Society Meeti Sunday eterr Mr. RanUins. the 'bus driver spent Sun much applause The humorous situations Sialnllty of th n. V. M. Meets every 3uc dieted considerable laughter, and the day in Mayaville. day. Did you evcrthlHk that relatives or friends Futhcr Jlathew Total Abstlnmicit Boelety Most of the schools throughout the specialties introduced were of a diverting I That nil licenses granted hy the Mayer, as who have moved te distant places gene Vest, Meets first Suuday la each uiuath. required by the ordinances of tke dry of oeunty have closed. character At Washington Opera heuso Mnysville, shall beenme Ancient Order of Iliberntans Meetl third I perhaps, te grew up with the country are al- , Sunday in eaeh month. Geerge Green and Jehn Whittaker of Saturday February ICth, matinee and uuikmse; st jenn Heera vvcry Tuesaay Dne h the 1st Pay ei JaBuury iu Karh Oddvilie attended the protracted meeting. ' nifrht ways glad te hear from their "Old Kentucky nlcht , Miss Merle Whceler has returned home ! and Shall he Censidf red De- flemc'r" And did it erer occur te yen that a Qerman Kellcf Feeict)-nlgh- t Meets first Monday In each month. from Wilmere, where she was attending d linqnent if Net Paid by Hie single copy of The Hays vn.i.i) The fleat: in school. Why net go te Cincinnati en the Shri-ncrday nf Febraary SHie lubhe Lidger conHt the weekly edition of COLQKBD SOOlTTieS. The cold weather is hard ou young excursion February 22d? The Thcreafter. MASON! O. tains mere home news than you could cm- lambs, many of them having fre.cn te Artneta t.nAtrt. Va 1 V A If -- Meta aeoend Shiincrs will be'there and you j death. brace ill a huudred ordinary letters? And did ' Wodnemlav nlcht te eaeh mouth. ifnany person shall operate or cairy en That uoapier e. s, tc a. x.-x- eiu sit. The present cold snup has afforded will have a geed time. Why net any business, occupation or calllni,'. or de any It orer strike you that yen can send the paper second nermen in each J'rldar month. C and O. Agent for rate I act Ask the these who have net filled their icehouses for which a llccnse Is required without your relatives and friends for a wbole year I Pilleatine Camoiaederr Ke. S. K. T. Mneti te -- -' heretofore opportunity te rill them. The fourth Friday in each month. first ebtaining: a license, such person or perat less cost than you can write a letter ever) i quality is superior te anv that has been, e. c. e. e. r. sons shall be flned net leu than $?0 nei mere t Teut- - of Mexico Mayaville Star Ledgo Ke. IMS. Meets first DS frm 8CVCn l niUC lnd'CS "l week? Ilesldes, don't you think n year's sub- 10 for coon offense. !h?ckncbsCs A personally conducted party will leave than f anrl Milrv TiMaw nifrht In awasth wtnrtfh ' That the addition of any penalty l a license BcrlptlonteTiu: Uepuiimcan would ben pros - Household of Huth Ke. aecea The union meeting at the MethedUt Cincinnati February 26th fet a complete shall net exempt the person from whom said ent highly apnrcciatcil by theso at n dlstauce? Tnursaay ntgnt in caeu mentn. of Mexico Everything first class licunse may be collectable, from auy penalty Church closed Sunday night with a grand 'tour DAumircua or ma cabuthaqmi. Suppose you try It and hear what they have te (Vtnirn Ulrflr TahernAcln Ma. a. Mi eta first jubilee service. This has certainly been j and these accompanying ate assured a te which he or she maybe liable for violation Tnureday in cesh month a most wonderful meeting, doing mere say en the subject. and profitable trip. Address N. of any of the previsions el the ordinances of DAUenvaaa e ins geed Samaritan. geed than any meet ng held here for 1, ,.,, Mnc K Kvarw LotWe Ke. . Meets flrrt TfWaesday Agent. Mreet, the city In rcgaid to licenses. years. About fifty were converted and following occupations anil articles nre night in each month. The many were added te the churches The Cincinnati, O u. b. r. subject te ticonse at the rates named geed effect of this meeting will be felt for Goed WQ1 Ledge Ke. 48. Meets flntatur-da$3Y Wedneaday night in eanbenth. and third yes-rs- . ISO Cheap Heme-Seeker- s' H.rcumleii. Merchants and grocers Yenng'a temple He. It. Meets SrstTManday se Wholesale beer On Februtry 12th the Missouri Pacific Ileward Saxby, the lecturer of Cincin i A i night In each month. , Itrugg-lstsM medicinal purposes O. A. It. nati, dclivered a lecture at the Walnut" Hallway will have en sale round trip ex no peddlers Coaleil MeKlnnevan Pest Ke. IBS. Meets third SatIrMt Mnthnrt ct Plilirel, lee n(rl,t His ' 75 ... Coalell peddlcrs urday night in each mouth. tickets from St. Leuis te points 100 . Opticians. theme was "The Farce of Life. He cursien Weman's KeUef Cerps Ke. first s JO . .. Jlliard nad Tuesday In cah month. handled his subject in a most masterly in the West and Southwest at one fare M insurance agents manner and elicited much merited ap- plus 2 for the round trip Tickets geed Ceal scales... COITKll SIKBGTOBT. plause The address abounded in wit, twenty days withCprivilcge of stepping .. Lively stables 10 Hotels and restaurants humor and oratory, and proved Mr. Saxby Victuallnp-heuse- s at pleasutc. Address V H. Warwick, , Id UASON COtTXTT COURT. among the first of America's great lectu Hearding-house- s " ... 131 Vine street, Cincinnati, O Alectf Second Sleniav in Bath Utnth. rers. , Agent, Four-hors-e tl . wajren & I Mayaville M.O. Hutehlni, Presiding Judge Twe here wagon .. By investigating the cost of building I .1 e . . (loergo W. Adair, County Attorney,, Mayirflle affen. railroads before declaring itself unrc- - Itnii't Step TebaeenKi te Cure .Majrariile William I). Cochran, Clerk llaeffafTe and express wn sons it weYeurtelf White Tnutu It. crvedly and unconditionally in favor of fi .. J. C. Jefferson, SherUr.r...... hersei ManrUle ., DaRgaRO and expreta wagons tone- ucu an enterprise Tns Ledekr showed SamP. ,'MarraUe The tobacco hahlt stews ea a man until Ids . .1 J.R.nobersoniDePat1M1 .IbivStek horse) A. DAVIS, Maysville, Ky. that it possessed a judgment which some neireus system is seriously affected, impair-in- c Uugriry or sulky, used In business or Mail aviie Jehn Johnsen, Jailer newspapers cannot claim A railroad, health, comfort and happiness. Te quit I calling Jehn I), ftoe. Corener. -' II whether It be a narrow gauge, bread-gaug- suddenly Is toe severe a shock te the system. uye, Asacamr Curterdray j.ii. .nayamie 1 Docs (each) or an electric line, from this place U.w. uiatterman, Boheoi np't....:itjfVlHe tobacco, te an Invcterate user, becomes a LQuarterly Court teeeu YaMdKft&'tgif WILLIAM H. COX, Mayer. te some point h eno of the certainties of ,iis JalBSw stimulant that his system continually craves. second Meaday in aaneary. AtfrrV.-Jul1 llato-Curthe future e is a scientific cure for the tobacco and October, and has elvfl Jurtialctlen te t'aSB AAVKTlBIHOv Seme people say there is nothing in habit, in all its forms, carefully tompeunded nmouniei signs, but your coirespendent is inclined after the lermula of an eminent Berlin PhyCIKUtUT COUltT. While walking sician who has used it In his private practice-sinc- ISO KjfUhl yCJ (A needfiiB e "Hdf. te differ from them J. P. Harb&son, Judre.... Fjenilegiburg . H"antt.""Sttuitten down the street the ether day we noticed l?7i, without a failure, purely Sallee. Commenweoith Att'r. .Mvavru a sign with thu following words painted and guaranteed perfectly harmless. Yeu can lfanfd.",'A.e," "Found," Ac.ef an acceptaMaysrTtte Isaac M. Woodward, Cleric upon it "W J Osberne, lawyer " ne all the tobacco you waat, while taking ble nature, and net te rccd three Unci, en thit J. K. Kchoe, MasterCemmiAslOBer . MayirtlU Farmers anil l 11 ad it net been for that sign who would ' Court Meet liare-CurIt will notify ou when te step. page, are t'RRE te all. Masen At Maysville flrat Monday la tftb alhave known there was such a lawyer in We (jive n Livery-Stabl- e Men 3tr.VoBiw(nfii.tdt)ertliimNtK(iifr(dicirh-eut permanently written ary and June and third Monday in Kovtniiber, town? Upen investigation we feuud that cure any case with jruaruntee te pat. Fleming At Ucmlngsuuiv nrst Monday In three boxes, ei refund the ;. .n he had been here for s"veral months, but money ,..u.un j janunry,xacsoayaiieriearuiMouaaytn.Apru If anticeri fail Ui come the firtt time, us invite with in pci cent, interest. imco-Cur- e had only recently put out his sign tin nusi .wuiiu eiiiri;!, iintiu ili ins vuiyiuf n auu iuiiu muuub iu x.JiJiumir a arr nettrtary te secure Is net a substitute, but a scicnttne cure, thHt ' a many reptlUien prnctleal workman nnd nn expert in herso-- ' ,?rP?!luprA!?B,IP'1J8t.MaBdlft1APJ11-shoelng.vetil-Ke- dWe wtth the tM"ndy July and first Monday la European economists arc alarmed at curd, without the aid of will power and with I rchat you advcrUtefer. (mpctlna en advertiun j be glad at nil Umes te nccem-- l arrnet that thev no inconvenience. mhuutlne ' It leaves the system as his old customers. Aside from horse--, Lewis AtVaneeburg third Mondays In Jan- modate ,tlie prospect that the United States, the pure and free from nicotine us the day you lourreeIumu. shoeing, lie Is prepared te de all kinds of eik uary and Hay nnd first Monday la September. sugar country in the world and took your first chew or smoke. Sold bj all Adttrtbcmenttcah bclcftatnurejflcnir icnt , Monday In llracKOn Satest f with neatness and dispatch, having en band March, llrst At Uroekvlllo second pcead Mea Monday In July and always relied upon te absorb the surplus druggists, with our ironclad guarantee, at Wireujhthe muittn utnll times Spring Wagons, Carts, Handcarts day in October. TUF PDIlhlC LEDGE It CUMPANT, European product, will at no distant date $1 00 per box, thrce boxes, (thirty days treat- and Sleds at the lowest cash prices. JnnlS lm Ne. 10 E. TltSri Street. , produce all of its sugar, using mainly the ment, tiV), or sent direct upon receipter t stamps for sample prlce. Send six v WAKTBD. beet product. Iu all but cost of labor box, booklet and proofs frce. Kureka Chemi has the advantage ever cat and Manufacturing Company, Manu- AirA.NTKD A heute el liiree or loin iueiiis; the United States II ahe ahuut elcht frPH of laud fen corn and Kurepean countries. facturing ChemUts, La Cresse, Wisconsin. tehaMO. ts. ii. HKC'KKTT, Aertn Kerk Ky i Harrodsburg Jury gave Ed. Bunnell, aged 17, two years in the penitentiary for A File Your '94 Papers. Willi km R.Oex A A, Vfadavarth It. tbfiwe Pltrt'lnrK.... .. ...i. Charlea FitIwad ..I. V. Uolleotor and Treasurer Deujfl S.pxt waa my Unde during tbe past yenr. nut I am Chief of roll e Assessor 0. 11. determined te surpass It during tbe coining Weed and Ceal Insveoter..,.J. Baaku rJIMsM'd IA0tt year, and In order te accomplish my puriwsn I Wharf master ,,,G. Miliwwr nave laid in a Huge hieck or overy nnicie Chams Jehn te the Staple and Hnney Grocery nnd CltyTroseentor ur. rr.i Cauaed OckxIs Line, heuKht from llrsl luimls uttr I'bvaeiAB , ,.Q.n at surprlslnKlr low prices for ensb. Bvery City Undertaker Koepor Almsheuso Mrs. Mary soma article Is fnBh, clean and of the ver best quality, and the prices well, you never heard crtTT council,. of the like boTero. Just ftlance down the Mno, and you will he convinced! Meet rtrtt Thurtday Kvtniiw in Bath Vnnlh. Sic MM Blj;"D"ToraateM , Wiluam II. Cox ProsldeBt, 4 cans l'urple KUs ToraatecA. ..'Ac HBMBBRB, 1 cms Va Camp's Oore 15c 15c Scans Best Wrjtir ncenn Firtt Ward. Fourth TTmri 2 cau Jtuat Jll.ckkerrlffl Itc C. D. Russell. 5 can Ontt OoetebcrrlM 15e Rebert VlaMla, 1 cab Yarmouth Cern ... 1. H. Lnne. 10c H. L. Hewell 1 can Ileal Itmrrve Cera 12c Betoni War. Fifth WmrO. 13c tan llener Drep Cnrn... 1 can Beat Pip 1'eachM Sc O. B.TPear, Jr., Oeetjje W".,fbrsrweU. HntCallforDlaresekM l'a QoergoC. Keith. lan ilrat T.emen Cling l'cclif j ise 1 can Rrst AVLIte Ileatu reaches. ,37in rTrrf. ISc Mtui.jrmfl. 17c I can Kent Bartlctt rears. , n. Ii. Ale feover, Fred .DreaaaL ISe laaneatApricet O. P. DI .tarMk, Ii. C. Blatterman. 1 can UeHt WUIte Cherries IV ' Su 1 Applra a llpat8-l'eniThe CeunaUraen are oleoted ioarve two t 21c I can Gallen Apple..... ears. ''V : cans Best Ualtlmere I'eachea 2c CX.1U ONLT". My heuso These prices for UABOKKJ LODOES. will be. as usual, headquarters for Fruits of all Confldtnee Ledgo Ne. 63 Meets Aral Monkinds. Vegetables, 1'eultry, Game, Oysters, iVc. day nigh tin each month. I am In ahupe te meet any and all cnmpotltlen, Masen Ledge If 6. M3 Meets second Monday nnd will net beunderseld. Aud don't orerlonL the tuct that Correction Fleur Is ue best, and night in oaeii mentt . Mnyavllle Ohapter Ke. third Monthat our Illcnded Coffee has no equal Immense! prncms. u 1 1 .n il 4Ji-s- lccta RB-L- vELi Ht 1 J. J. FITZGERALD, 3-- eatl THE MATSVILLE EEPUBLICM WEEKLY LEDGER. 3-- a ;$2 40 per J. DOZEN. g DidU? Hej-uddi- c 1 Take Netice! Tr-ar- i fez-Cappe- s' EIGHT PAGES! d FORTY COLUMNS! $1 50 A YEAR! eeta pipnt Nrw"' y CoQee-heuse- (one-hor&(two-hors- peel-table- TRY IT! SS.-M- cets One-hors- Address THOS. e NOW'S TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. 4 r-a-.l & FANCY '" ATTEITION,,., ......,.... ....... i ' I I tel 10ci. PER DOZEN. twe-con- S' SpntrwmwmmmtirwTfK Fer Rent. Ke. I ,"rANTKI-ltuall- IT'S INJURIOUS TO STOP SUDDENLY, and don't be imposed upon by buying- a remedy that requires yen te de be, as it is nothing mere tuan a substitute. In the sudden stoppage or tobacco yen must have sonie stimulant, and In most all cases, the efTect of the stimulant, be it opium, morphine or ether opiates, leaves a far worse uumt ceniracteu. ask your drncrgist about BACO-CURIt is purely vegetable. Yeu de net have te step using tobacco with BACO-CURIt will notify von when te sten and your desire for tobacco will cease. Your system will be as free from as th e day be ter e you took your first chew or smoke. An ironclad v n in ail its terras or money (fuarantee to absolutely cure the tobacco renmded. Price (1 tier box. or 3 boxes (30 days treatment nnd cure) 92 50. Fer sale by all drncrg'ists, or will be sent by mail upon receipt KOlt eAJiPLti BOX. Booklets and of price. SKND Bitveka Chemical and MTfir Ce., La Cresse, Wis. proofs free. DON'T STOP TOBACCO liTWO-OKNTsjrAM- deuhlft entry: bold dne diploma. AuilrniH liUA.I IIKK.WI.H ciiy. linii-.Pi;lor mine. WAKTKII Situation nn a II en kh ltoekkeeppr; DAVKNl'OUT, lH 'eret anue. - nC l",k. Apply te A, K. THOMAS , an Drhtrei W.KTi:i hltnatienfamily: hat fair Iteitlt-r- by small ducllen, - of stock. and understand cartIlefcieiirc. K.C'OOPKH.Manvllle.Ky. ea: willing te de any kind WANTKD-BltuatlCall en or addresi Mrs, Wkl.SII, 1X1 4 West bcenrt ntret, Maj lite, Ky, I V"'N"rKr,-wrlll- Martin Bres. Lamps. I That Splendid Duxlliug, 221 West Second Street. Lamps. Per- i BATHROOM, LAUNDRY, WATJtR (JLOSET, With O. O. FOR SAX.S. USKFUL AM) ORtNAMHMTAL. "TOH HAI.K-- A pure stock Jene.v Ilull.ased 11 V mentlm. Price reasonable, ft. n. KicutKN, I'lnmvllle , Ky fcblllilAltw Kltchea. Laeteriw. all aiyles aad pricw iiirarry. lae muiiuriixuuui wen, mt and Celd Water. rea BSMX. nlce-tiH- O rit-te- KKXT Three rooms anil kllchm, Unit fleer. Apply at 3i I'., Second atrrt, Hfib Ward. fetea pum-antee- Piesicr.u I'kcssCeui'an). c w. HeiLNicac, Bunerlntondent, St. Paul, Mink,, Sept. th, lsut.t 2.1U i.ti ClumiUH anil irfa be., am: I nave eeen a toDacce uend vrei, for mnnr rears, and during tne naat two years have amoked fifteen te twenty clsars reiru Jarly every day. My irhole nervous ayatem beeame affected, until toy physician told roe I tobaeco "Keoley time being lenst. tried ut give up the uae of various for theremedies, butatwithout Isuoeesa,the I accidentally " until ether and C)ie. Three weeks age today I commenced using veurprepara-WM- i la awed of yestr "liaco-Cureand today teoaaiderraraelteompletely oured. I am In perfect health, and the for tobaeee, wbfah every inveterate smoker appreciates, has completely left wendarfuJ, sad eaa fully reeommend It. Yours aad. leeaWeryour'IlaccvCure"slWBly C. W. ItOBmcr. jaaCeedJis verytwjly, OKHceei-Titr u )i:iear MAOCIIK DUKK WATSON. pair T 09T One Olaas out of aand L. of specks, be-- J DRUGOWT, tween Commerce street and N, Depot. 1'leaie return t Cltliena Ceal eftlce. A geld LOST diamondpicture Locket nlth uonegram en back, lleturn te this eftlce (Ireat variety of quality and priens. Choire IiUcLs. Boprier Ureen and Jllack Tea. X.OBT Cemt, lireibM. Toilet Articles, Pare Drugs, J A Geld Kecklare with a small charm en Medlclaei and ratent Medicines. Call at TOST-- Leave at this eftlce. between It. LOST Cardcaae. Dr. Franklin' Duke M'ataen'a i and efllcc. Jtttnrn se.a.:ps! -- MAYSVILLE- Rent $20 a Menth. I'eitcttlnn at once. Alpy te Mri.h. V.DAY1S. i ll SI .X w te J. JAS.WOOD, C. D. OUTTEN HAS TUB AOHNCr BOil Maysville, Ky. and rceelve reward. "Ko-te-boo- ." g FOUWD-- Oc Becend. OtIND-- A F can rnuNisu Iran Tenting of Any Creatlna aad Wsathar reuwD. BOORS, BASE, BLINDS, 81m or Style, Vaaes, tk The sVry Xafe4 Iecl AxtmMhHtM e thetnand mile railroad llcaet. VamlM rtrw4i cl si have same by calling at IM West Veran da. Meldlnge, out. Btera Ftzturea and Vases and EatUej for IrtM Celusuu, Tttth. febSlw Forkeeplcg yeurefa aw4 0iiaa6 la order BpeeittJUes. Factory Lewer Stair UuUdlag CMMUry Orxam'ta, KltabJat; Ftfti. uaoSapenla biat Teethwaitr kkewm O Bee-W- est neil at afreet rallwar. MMMpum Call at Mils eMce. Bstlaaatas furnished ee work of aay kiad. Beoend street. L. M, MILLS, Maaager. Manufacturing Company, The Cliampien Iren Ce., Kenten, 0. TMimmmmm T. H. N. SMEPH, DENTIST. ft .' 1 ?V-- S.