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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 pub1895030701 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. wiliHsiflHHMHHiHliiHMLiiiflHHHHNWHflHMHMM 7 ., HVb L .t I twvv rwiwi v "jL. j5 . adiaca.. jw- - ' - wwr't' .' The case against H. B. Perter, charged with robbing Jehn Murphy of 310 Tuesday, was called up in the Police Court yesterday afternoon. The defendant waived examination. His bend was fixed at $300, In default of which he was sent te jail. Heward of Clay county has been indicted for embezzling public PUBLIC FOURTH YEAR. i!rt. W ,DAILI--: "JL C , . &, L00KUP,N0TD0WN Spring Days Bring Getd Cheer te the Weak. LEDGER 7, AMl'ATJZJiff KKVUBLlCAir. MAYSVILLE, KY, THURSDAY, MARCH men. tyj. The ladles of Flcmingsburg will establish a public reading-roofor young mlkm. ayrvgwij n Ww VK11V Twe of the pesky varmintB that caused all the bad weather this year were en exhibition en Market street square yesterday. The Georgetown Times says the Fire Department should be supplied with semo hooks and ladders. Wonder if they have any kescV j ! DirKBItKKT. LARGEST IN THE CITY. i JPtereljt Huhjhchh! The columns of a nowspsner represent a cash vaIue. Ne publlshorean afford te kIve advertising "notices" frce any mero than a merchant can teas ever his ceuntor frce Kit ta of dry goods or shoes. A newspaper is a business coneorn. Its columns are Its stock tn trade, and should be paid for, no matter In what part of the paper t hey appear. The Continued Call upon Tiih IiEDOBH for free notices have become se burdonserao that we are forced te publish the following terms: Xetlce of Supper h, excursion, fair, or ether itbUe enter, tainmenl uhere a fee U charged, and of for eblltiarfl notice, resolutions charge Ac, The Lrdurh will A 1.1 kk, amt hereafter thUi vive cknts xeill be the invariable t ule. This, bow- Fer 3 ' evor, lieea Net Include notices of Ledge meetings orChureh servlccs, which must net exceed ten lines. Avoidance of lUnputcs. " I de net want you te try for me Te author toe much of a plle I de net want you te dle for me," She said with a winning smile. " de net want veu te work for me Until you've geno Insane. I de net want you te shirk for me The levo that we might gain. " I de net want you te give for me Toe much of yotirself.dcar heait; Hut rather I want jeu le live for me That we may nover part." " That's all very well, my dear," said lie; "And jet If I de net tell, fear, I very much four," sold he, " Veur happiness would spoil. " Fer if I shouldn't go down, my own, Te the ofllce overy day, Yeu might have only one gown, my en u, And hew would you like that, pray? " And shoes that have shabby tips, my s ect. And only two hats ft your, And gloves with unpleasant rips.inysweit, Yeu wouldn't like that, 1 fear." She thought n moment, and then she said: 'That's dlllerent, ray boy. New go ( And dlewlththorcstef the men," she said. "Kei we must live, you knew." 1 1 funds. The county and state have seONEJCENT. cured judgments against Heward, but Paine's Celery Corapeuad IH have net been able te collect them. A Heservcd Promotion. Thousands of Hemes. Ex Jailer Morgan and his son and deputy, Mr. Harry Youtsey, formerly lightning B F Morgan, have also been indicted, slingcr at the joint agency of the C. and charged with malfeasance in ofllce and 0. and L and N. Hallways in this city, is with appropriating property of the county new located as Station Agent for the C. to their own use. The present Assessor On Every Hand People NAre and O. at Iless, Ivy. is new en trial, charged with complicity Getting Well. The appointment is worthily bestowed, In a murder. and Harry's many friends in this city will be glad te bear of his promotion. SERIOUS RUNAWAY. The Great Spring Remedy Makes One Streng. DASTARDLY DEED. SHERIFF 4 i t. i 4. n l$ fa 4 Misunderstandings nre unpleasant. The rate for llxulne ImcU In Tnr. MA VHVIIiLE WE A TUEIl. Ledeeu is 10 cents a line for the ttrst en the case insertion and B cents a line for subsequent insertions. A customer erdors Captain Fitgciald went down te the .Vim t local Inserted In tbe paper. What We Jlav Expect Fer the a live-lin-e Tirentu-feu- r scene ei tue obstruction ycstculay morn Hours. "I'll tell you wheti te take It out," he says te the bookkeeper. Hut he forDEATH OF THIS VENERABLE ing and arrested a youth named Lewis gets all about it. The notlce runs Hi times; the bill Is for two months AT LOUISVILLE YESTERDAY P.M. Sartiu, who is employed en the farm of (13 25. When he llnds it out there Is WKATHMl SIONAL1. a "kick" and a controversy, followed William Ilubet. probably by an Icy feeling. New, te White streamer faiii; ebviato this trouble, n "Ml forbid" ZJItK uain or hsew: Sartin is about IS years of age, and is Let's nelttailll beaccepteil At rest. Withninrh adeve 'twill wakukk have a dcllnlte agreement at the outcousidetcd by his neighbors te be a tough set and the termination will be pleasgrew. After a long and an unblemished life, IlIVF.It XEWS. ant all around. C()lJ)Ell'twlll iriJInrVuHEM-ATHis countenance N certainly in the venerable Daniel Spalding died at his citicn. be; E3FAU inntter fur iiiilillrntlen must be Items of Intercut Found Fleittlnfi Unless HUiek'K shown no change home in Louisville at 4 p in March Oth, keepiDg with his reputation. liuided In before 1) o'clock in the mera On the 1'tttnlmrith florae. He was brought here ycstculay afterwe'll sec tot; of encli ilny. 1895. ter a sbiiU' fVThethirty-si- t forecasts are madeo'elock noon and taken before 'Squire lltamel, period of hours, ending at 8 Mr. Spalding was of Muuly Scotch exovenlug. plead guilty te the charge of traction, born in a suburb of Halifax. N. where he maliciously attempting te deiail a lailiead W'n rnBn.intf nlli. Invite -""' S, June 29th, 1811. i the comparison et Tin: I, KiiOF.it with any ether Four years later bis patents removed train. f JS?iy dally newspaper in nil e00, in default of He was held in NertheusternKentucky te Yai mouth, and a few months after If any eno can find it which he was sent te Jail. liSWUSJHlS .lull., tmti.kii M.litlml In they set out for the United States, passThe traugc shows 03 5 and falling the Ninth Congressional District that has ing Philadelphia, There has been several attempts te deThe II M Stanley passed up ilurinc crossing the Alleghc A Lnigei nles in a read wagon aud coming from rail trains at that point lately, and it is the night with a big trip llinmtl.l tll.tt tl.lj """ It... I. f ..tn.. The Sunshine, Keystone Mate and Clrciiliitliiii, in- Pittsbuigh te the then young tewu of l"""h"1 "'"l " ....lit... '""" Bonanza all due up tonight ' the guilty parly in evety instance Maysville in a keelboat. Thc United State-- , Lighthouse Steamer lending Mutter, you have friend vWllnu you, or If you Goldonred parsed tip last evening mi an It was the fall of the year lbl5 when f3flf ue will luke pleiiMire in presenting him wtveingaxcaynnavMt.vleate ilnip uta note inspection tour. OFF FOR FRANKFORT, te that t feet. ulth a ) cur's subscription te Tin: I.euukii. this noble family of pioneers linked their B"And this paper Is furnished at same The Bonanza from Pomeroy wu also fortunes witli this cemmunity: and from price as Inforler ones. delayed last night, she did net reach here Mr. W. L. Piper of Carlisle is a visitor that time te this hour the name of in our cilj. until this morning Louisville sent eleven prisoners te the Spalding has been synonymous witli all BUT BEFORE TAKING THEIR DEPARTURE THEY The M. P Wells, tunning in place of Mrs. G. M. Johnsen of Pittsburgh is Frankfort Penitentiary Tuesday TOOK A PRISONER'S WARDROBE ALONG. thc Silver Wave, was delayed yesterday that is honorable, true and geed. the truest of Captain M. C. ilutchins and en account of lteavy business. C. C Ceylc, white, and SdcciI Goedloc, family. Mr. Spalding Senior began business in The Sunshine due here yesterday morncolored, classmates at Berea College, get Mavsville in 1819, and seen after built at ing did net arrive until last night. Mr. Themas D. Clair has icturncd te into a fight and the negre stabbed the he Sheriff Jeffersen is noted for hi-- , fQQt of L1njMlena Uill thc famous his home at Leuisvillo after n pleasant was delayed by high winds and he. white man in the abdomen visit te Mr. James Redmond. bpaluing lavein a quaint brick structure The ice gorge from the Allegheny river He displayed that geed quality in the is en the way eul, and will be here along which wa removed only a few years Pineville hasn't any water or gas. BONAPARTE HERE. exciting runaway yesterday afternoon. about the last of the week, but nut in since. J. B. Wathen & Ce.'s distillery at But he was badly rattled this morning. dangerous force. Shortly after he engaged in the manu Leuisvillo was damaged f 70,000 worth bj The Alc Montgomery, with u huge Lewis Sartin was ledged in Jail yester facture of tobacco and cigars, and the fire. fleet of coal, slewed up here this morning NAPOLEON'S ARRIVAL LAST NIGHT, ACCOMPAsubject of this sketch worked for him; day charged with attempting te wreck a and Dr. H. K. Adamsen wa taken en The feed store of James Johnsen at NIED BY CONSTABLE DAWSON. and from that day te the day of his death train. Ashland was burgled of 95,1)00 worth of beard te attend the Captain of the beat, notes. Sartin is "sattinly" a dude, as he were who was taken suddenly ill Mr. Spalding was identified with the Several Kanawha towbeits have nl a neuuy nut, pointed-teeshoes nnd a tobacco inteiest in Kentucky Mr. Perry It. Wheatley and Miss Annie Ice Cieani sedu new en tap at H. Linss, ready delivered coal tows at Cincinnati, Napeleon Bonaparte Shacklefeid is Ltc Ballard were married at Sardis Mr. Spalding married in , and after handsome overcoat. and the uin of thc coal that se long re Chapped hands and faces are healed by afternoon. here' The Sheriff called this morning at an maincd in the mouth of that stream was sovernl years engaged with his brother Clienoweth's Cream Lotien. Try it. He came in from Georgetown, O., last James in thc tobacco business in this city. early hour for a batch of pi ieneis booked finished without accident at any point Mr. and Mrs. Fted Schnelle celebrated the thirtieth anuivuisary of their wedding night accompanied by Constable Daw- The establishment was twice destroyed for the Pen I'ntil Mntch 11th. Cabinet. $1 50 The City of Vevay had large shipments per deen, Mantelle 81 per dozen, three last evening by entertaining the West eon. Among them wa Cliatley W timet , of tobacco and stock en her initial trip in by lire, thc last time in IS19. large tintypes 25 cents Parker's Gallery. End Card Club. the Majsville trade yesterday, uNe a big Sltacklcferd is the colored man that Aftei this last misfortune he went te Carrie Hester anil Claicnce Oldham. consignment of plows from the Jumc II Take stock in the Fifth Series of The Mr. Jeseph M. Skaiu, the landlord of stele u hog fiem Daniel Schwcickart, a Sartiu was asleep when thc crowd Louisville, where he ever after made his Hall Plew Company for reshipment te People' Building the Clarenden lletcl of Lexington, has Association, comDever, about thiee weeks home. started, ami they didn't uwtike him te ay Memphis, and New Orleann purchased the lease and equipment of farmer neni Call en W. L. mencing May 1th. 1S05. During his long lesidence iu the latter goodbye. President, C L Sallee Atthe LcLand Hetel from Mr. S. M. Brooks, age. Tlie following is a list wf the crew of Thema He was arrested at his home in Ripley city he wen aud retained the respect of and expects as seen ns possible te conButhc awoke mh n after and found that the City of Vevay, in the Maysville torney, Jehn Duley Treasurer, Rebert L. nect the two hostelries into one and con at the instigation of Constable Dawsen, all who Alex Calhoun, Captain. Gib Bildwin Secretary, or any of the the depaiting prisoner had curried away trade knew him. . duct them as eno hotel. Merris and James Kirby, Cleik: Geerge and part of the stelon hog was found up He was repeatedly chosen membei of nearly all his dude clothe. Hughes, Pilet, James Shaw and Will My stock of goods has arrived full and Any carpenter could saw your leg off, the chimney of his house. As seen as he discovered his less he be Crepper, Mates, Lee Andrews aud Geerge the Beard of Aldermen, nntl was for sev I am new ready complete but if anything of the kind was necessary for business. He was taken te Georgetown, O., and eral years its President. gan te call lustily for the Jtiilei. Kinney, Kngineers, and Jatne Gres, Estimates cheerfully it would be much mere satisfactory te and promptly .furledged in jail te await a requisition. Our geed Jailer hurried into the Jail Steward. Closely identified with the tobacco s have the operation performed by a nished en all clusse- - of work relating te Ceal shipments reported thus far Mm Plumbing, Thk Lkdekh printed the facts at the trade, his acquaintance was and found Sartin disliabille and bemoansurgeon. Se in the matter of reGas. Steam and Het Water Clark, S beats, 10 fuel beats, Jee Walten, 1 have pairing watches. Any one can try it; but time. Heating special inducements te nnd wherever known he was honored for ing his less. IT barges, Valiant, 17 barges, Nellie from his long practical experience in all While Shackleford was confined in the the uprightness of his character and thc Jailer Johnsen made nearly us geed a Walten, It barges, Alice Brown, II beats, offer Call and co me Respectfully, branches Ballcngcr is the place te have Georgetown Jail The Bulletin published H.TltAXKI., race for the depot as he did at thc last 11 barges; Acorn, 11 barges. Onward, 10 purity of his life. all this sort of work done right. Stere 12ll W est Second street. drawn-ou- t a long article about the in Mr Spalding leaves n large family of election te evcitakc the Sheriff and his beats, Ilaymend Herner, 12 beats, Kd The League of American Wheelmen of dignaut people of Hipley taking Shack12 baiges, Pacific Ne. I'ltltlle Auction. grown children and many grandchildren crowd, and at rived j net in time te scaicli llebcrt. 5 beats, Kentucky has selcctcd Mnysville as 2, 3 beats, 11 barges, Jehn Meren, 9 I will offer at public auction, en the leford out and giving him a sound thrashprisoners. the and hotter than all riches, the the place of holding their annual meetbarges, Dave premises, one mife West of Lewisburg, beats, Fallic, 8 beats, ing and erdoring him te leave town. The pointed teed shoes and several Weed, 0 beats, !1 barges. Jesh Cook, IT Ky.. en Saturday. March Oth, ing for 1805. The wheelmen of Mays-vill- a title of geed citien and Christian 1895, at 1 Se It's net se if you sce it in The gentlemen. and vicinity, and theso desirous of ether articles belonging te the ttain barges. Charley Brown, 10 baiges. Her- o'clock p. in., all my stock, farm impleseeing Maysvllle give them n warm Bulletin wreckei's wardrobe wcte found, but the net Ne 2, 15 barges, Fred Wlken. 15 ments, household nnd kitchen furniture Peace te his ashes' and geed entertainment, are inbarges. Kntcrprisc, 14 barges, total, 00 and harness Terms of sale- - On sums of Constable Dawsen has bceu wrestling The time for the funeral had net been nebby hat is still missing. vited te meet in the parlor of the Central 5 and ever, n credit of twelve beats, 1TG barges and 10 fuel beats, with months The laughable part of the incident, if 11,802,000 btishels. This will be Detol Friday evening, March 8th, at 7:30 with a requisition for Shackleford for the set when The Ledeeii went te press inrrcaed will be given, en sums under $5, cash In there is u laugh in it. is that the Mieriff by additional shipments within the net hand. Nete required with geed form committees te arrange for the past ten days and net until yesterday to security. I was he nble te straighten the matter out. meeting. carried the stolen shoes te the depot day or two. Willi .m Gaiihv, l here-after- The l'lneville Heard of (.'euncilmcn, In n lit of petty spite, has discharged its pollce ferco and left the place in dark-- A YOUNG SCAPEGRACE PLACES AN OBSTRUCness and without water TION ON THE C. AND 0. TRACK. The record in the Simonsen divorce case, which has been nppealcd from the Fleming Circuit Court, was withdrawn An etra Kastbeund freight en the U. en motion of Attorney General Ilcndnck, and O. struck an obstruction that was attorney for Mrs. Simennii. the case plarcd en the track at Lawrence creek having been compromised yesterday afternoon. Jesie Jenes and Annie Leve two colThe obstruction wa u laige spike ored girls, who were examined before driven into the tie wlieic the rails join, jutige wauswerin several wccks nge. charged with shoplifting, weic tried be nml lia a light passenger train passed fore Judge Ilutchins yesterday afternoon along whilu itwes thcioasctieus accident and were sentenced te 15 days in jail would have been inevitable. each. The girls swiped a let of The spike gave way te the feice of the . from the store of MIs Anna heavy freight, thereby frustrating the design of the (lend who placed it thcte. The fact was reported te hcadquaiters, and Special Agent Fitgerald was detailed DANIEL SPALDING, ' nick-nack- i.C. JEFFERSON AND MR. JIM CLARK HAD A LIVELY RIDE YESTERDAY. New Ordered I!y Physicians in March. Everjwliere s Fra-zar- Jehn W. Alexander, the liveryman, lest a valuable colt in a runaway yester day afternoon. James Clark, an empleye of Alexander & Best's livery stable, hitched the colt with another horse te a light wagon, and accompanied by Sheriff Jeffersen, started out for a spin en the Fleming pike. On their icturn, at the corner of Fourth nnd Plum streets, the colt became frightened and bounded away, throwing the occupants of the wagon into the street. Thoroughly frightened, the team dashed down Plum street and into the residence of Mr Henry Hay, tearing down the paling fence in front of the house and falling against the doer. Sheriff Jeffersen escaped with a severe shaking up, while Mr. Clark sustained a badly lacerated hand The colt in falling broke its thigh, and te alleviate its pain was bled te death The ether heisc was uninjured. Ah I what avail tlie largest gifts of Heaven When droeping: health ana spirits go amlts? Hew tasteless, then, whatever can be given; Hculth is the vital prlnciple of bliss. SSI yes-tcida- y j Meri-Origin- ' ' , Weak, tlred-eu- t men and women with nerves "unstrung" and badly nourished need Paine's Celery Compound. They arc especially urged te take it during these early spring days of March, and April, when the body is most susceptible te its strengthening influence. Of the thousands of men and women with brains and hands all day actively engaged, but whose physical powers are little used, who imagine themselves mere danecreusly sick than they are, the vast majority are merely reduced in strength and spirits, and need nothing but a vigorous tonic in the spring te recuperate their tired nerves. They need nothing be much ns Paine's Celery Compound. It exactly fills their need. The infirmities peculiar te the aged cemo from stagnating bleed nnd the tardy, scanty production or nerve force. They should take Paine's Celery Comeoundthere is no time se favorable as March. The rheumatism, neuralgia, sleeplessness und lack of strength that Paine's Celery Compound se rapidly dispels are thus found te be mere temporary cendi' liens te which their time of life is liable, and the cuuse of needless anxiety. Needless if they fully perceive the meaning of these infirmites and take pains at once te correct the beginnings of weakness and debility, as it is se easy te de new in the spring Paine'.-- Celety Compound is the great spring medicine. It is prescribed by counties physicians in cases of rheumatism, neuialgia, sleeplessness, nnd many ether results of starved nerves and depleted bleed In every drugstore in the country Paine's Celery Compound is always te be ebtaintd It i the world's great remedy for weakness Its use year by year through se large a part of the civilized world tells something of the geed it must be accem plishing. If men and women who feel the effect of toe close atiDlicatlen te work would use Paine's Celery Cem pound, there would be less insomnia, less pain in thc back of the neck, fewer days of utter physical exhaustion and inca pacity for anything but suffering. Its extensive use today is the cause of a vast alleviation of human misery and despair. Its presence in the world is a blessing. It has kept the family circle whole in thousands of homes that are happy and grateful today Try it Pi-rect- Urst-clas- -- well-earne- d 1 a u wol-cem- o Washington 4-NIGHTS-4 Opera-hous- e HYPNOTIC WONDER AND DEMONSTRATOR, COMUKN'QINO WED. MAR. 1 I'urquet-Dre- eg & naioeny itf , r . ... . ccnipnuwen emu m ncitena uaucraaauery. . uauery ,..,.., Circle.,.. . 6 ,35 Prof. WILL G. FERRIS, THE PRINCE OF HYPNOTISTS. comedy company. CATALEPSY! In a sorles of Interesting nnd ntmmlng ovlilbltletiH, crt'utliut tnore tun and excitement than anj- - minstrel ei Tonight! ,. 25 .15 tta.TWn nw wm I.AllItfK jlum.jjljlxkj AlVmrpmiiirv DATTk uum.hjli.juis niJ HWI? i a.t.tj TICKET WEDNESDAY EVENING. vii uuju 1hn subject is thrown Inte a cataleptic state and made te held lii the weurbt or tour or live men. On the opening nlht a six hundred pound reelc will he broken en the bieast of a hypnotized subject by menus el a large alcdRe ham mcr, which will lie wielded by semo en ( 'V looted from the uudlence. The subject wilt be suspended acreas the barks of two chfttrt his lieud and hcels only iiippertltiR During this exhibition l'rer. 1'crrte WW SeVw trel the Involuntary movememta of tha v,ur running the putae down te 40 beats rrmu' ute and ud te 100. Kvervbedv u initJj 7;. cemo upon the stasre during this and all ette 1$ i. wWPPiWiN'wwWiyii7ww,iii itfi in I. i,"ifi r7HiiffKlgaKkriiMT iffiTlM3RiMggli2IIJ!B i'rWffff $2ymmm&ffis EHMMfeM&MiSSSSS'S ff w V SnVIMHnl4Wk'HJSftAjl'!Jfl4VMMAtvJMSC -- TT "Wimbiii iAi J iMh rtiTh ,,. atfjy , . . ,.M - fc - It - - r- tc'.w'T5wpte .I $ctffcga DAILY EXCKl'T 8UNDAY. STILL 'MISSING. . Are Stepping en THOMAS A. DAVIS, KDITOll AND OWNKIl. Women Are Martyrs to neuralgia, headache and nervousness many men suffer II. MAii,Vhite Plnins.Ga. was broken down in health when she began taking A Rev. Bachp, of the Union Central Life Secretary Orenliara Will Knter an Objection. THE BRITISH the Monree Doe trine, nnd March 7. State National Bank M AYSVILLE, KY. CASUAL STUCK BUHPZVB $1B9,9VB nwmj? VI Cll a FiOUe Ltdgeir Building, THrtt Strttl tfe. 10 Xail Grcsham la a Trout te instruct Ambassn- der Bayard te urge upon Great Brituln un adjustment of the President Pattison Takes Charge of trouble between Venezuela and British Guinea, nnd te suggest arbitration of the Late Financial Manager's Office. lhc question. Washington, Secretary g' Insurance Ce. I leug-pcndlii- '39,00 Tut MbUU..-........TO BUB8CRIPTI0N9-1- N ADVANCE. ......................... M 00 Year ... ............. ..... 1 50 WSlL HMUlltMMHHIIIHIIHMH.lt.Ml.tHltim ............... 79 Tkxwe DSLIYSRSD B T CARRIER. llMlb.,..,., .. Parable te crrlr at end of month. .......93 On la This, notion is In pursuance of a re- -' The Company Hai I lie Fullest Confidence in cent resolution of congress. The result of Mr. Bayard's appeal is being the MlattnR Mn The Experience of Dr. Henry Unylr, llache't Companion te watched with much interest, owing te He Robbed? l"ll Itlur-W- ii the report from Venezuela that the DO A GENERAL BANK3N0 SDBIKBIB. O autmmmnirariiirraKriii-iijivita- ADVERTISERS. reason-mil- e Advertising rates uniform and and made known en application at the office. Subscribers who fnll te Tk ledger regularly will' confer tar or by reporting the feet AT THE OVFICK. Brown's Iren Bitters Tn c' AMERICA FOR AM ERIC A? AMERICANS McKINLEY AND WILSON ABROAD. lP (June a unsolicited letter 21, 181)4.) she writes-"Abou- t In 1890 William McKittleyicas burned in effigy in the English manufacturing city of Sheffield; but in 1991 William B.Wilsen was dined and wined in Londen bemuse he is the author of a Free-trad- e Tariff Bill. These arc significant facts. Seme exchanges say that the la'e Domecrntlc Congress has passed into history. Never heard it called that before, although it does begin with an h. One physician accuses the late Democratic Congress of dying from heart failure. Hew the laity can be mistaken. We thought all along that It was head failure that killed the hrntp. 0 or 10 years age I was bieken down in health and suffered from extreme lH'irnusiicss. ami neuralgic pains afflicted dif ferent parts of my body Mnu'limcs the dreadful pain would be in my ryes and head, bemetiiucs in my hand and often iu my shoulders ami neck. I took many lemcdics, hut found none like Hrewn'h Iren Hitters. I have used a few bottles t very year since. I often lrahuit tu ethcis." It's Brown's Iren Bitters you need! Red lines en BROWN CHEMICAL Loek for crenril CO. wrapper. BALTO., MD. "y JOB PRINTING! At many places the death of the late Democratic Ceugress was ebsened by the firing of artillery. It is hoped the remainder of the average military burial program was carried duly out, that en returning from the funeral the band played "The Rogue's .March." e. Haiti-mere, W irj; PllIXT EVEItYTIUXO THAT CAX March 7. President Pattison, of the Union Central Life Insurance Ce., nrrived here from Cincinnati, Wednesday, and took charge of the New Yerk efllec, vhlch was occupied by the financial manager, Rev. Jehn Owen Itachc, until his disnppcarance last Thursday. Mr. Pattison said he would search the city for Uache, and if he docs net find him will go en te ltosten and leek there. He said the company hud the fullest confidence in the missing man. Theie was n balance due the company from liaclie, lie thought, of about 83,000. Had llachc desired te defraud the company, he baid, he could have gotten away with a much larger sum. President Pattison had a lengthy interview with Dr. Henry lleylc, who was the missing man's companion te Tall Paver. Dr. lleylc has every appearance of having been drugged nnd assaulted. He said he believed he had been. He met Mr. liache at the beat, nnd Bache attempted te make him drink .something he thought was whisky, and threatened the doctor when the latter refused, llaehe acted very queerly and finally left the doctor, carrying ills satchel with him. That was the last he saw of llachc. The doctor went te liosten, where he says he was assaulted late at night by n robber. A colored boy on the bteamer is the last person who saw liache, who carried two satchels from the beat at Fall ltiver te the liosten train. A deputy sheriff opened ISaehe's box at the safety vault Wednesday and found it empty. NiiW YeitK, IN CUBA. Ititnil Tlir l'i(nin . li)rai Anether KetolutlenUta. of he P11IXTED! I The A. I. A. movement in Lexington is growing very rapidly of late, and new "Here's a let of claims against the the total membership of the half dozen United States for ?455,000. Probably Lede.es is nearly two thousand. most of them are fraudulent, but we had The Piesident has approved a joint better pay them. Why? Because. If resolution authorizing the delivery of a we don't the claimants will carry them bronze cannon te the Louisville G A. It. into cenrt and swear they are true, and Committee te be manufactured into badges, for the delegates. thus we shall be accessories te perjury." The Council at Middlcsboreugh is vir That, briefly stated, was the best argutunlly deadlocked ever the election of a ment made in Congress in favor of ap- Micc'esnr te Mayer I). G Colsen, whose proving .Mr. (iHEsham's scandalous bar- lei in asCengicssman begun at neon Men gain with the British Minister. It was day. Part of the Council belted, breakappropriately raade by that "shining ing the deadlock. The Council stands three Democrats nnd three Republicans light of high morality," Colonel Breck- INRIDCrK. of William Morten Mokri.-PV11LIC LEDUM! who has just celebrated his tilth l'lilXTERY, birthday, has always been a Democrat, MAYSVILLE.KY. and voted for "Old Hickory," but he new A Londen firm which lin? manufactured says he is disgusted with his party. It cmht of the eleven cables linking the takes a Democrat a long time te see the United States te England make 51 miles error of his ways, but if he lives long of cable each 24 hours. enough he sometimes does se. The total appropriations, subject te some few changes, passed by the late Democratic Congress, was .t4US,tS9,t04. This Is divided among the bills as fol- New Yeiik, March 7. A meeting of bituminous coal producers nnd carriers eows: Agricultural, $3,303,7eO; army, was held Wednesday afternoon at the $23,232,638; diplomatic, $1,575,073; DisTrunk Line association offices. There were present representatives from the trict of Columbia, 5,01G,5'tf; fortificafollowing railreads: The Pennsylvania, tions, $1,901,557; Indian, fS,'J7C,!i48; Baltimore & Ohie, Hecking Valley, legislative, $21,900,000; Military AcadWheeling & Lake Erie, Teledo & Ohie We will jrlve Oue Hundred Dollars for anj Central, Cleveland, Lerain & Wheeling emy, $464,201; naval. $29,100,000; pencape of Deafnees (caused by catarrh,) Hint nnd Columbus, Shawnee fc Hecking. sions, $141,381,570; Postefliee, $59,313,. cannot be cured by Hall's Catanh Cure The meeting is for the purpeso of perfecting plans for the mutual benefit of 997; sundry civil, $17,140,000; urgent Send for circulars, free. K J. CHENEY & CO., Teledo. the trade. deficiency, $2,337,321; general deficiency, CP"Miidb) Ihugglsts, 75c. Chairman Ferris, who was .seen after $8,000,000; miscellaneous, $500,000; perthe meeting, baid: "Ne definite conclufKfii: ADJJERTIBISO. sion has been reached. We have, howmanent, $113,073,950. Advcrlltemcntuwiin ever, made considerable progress, and A7V IMO JlLlU the heading of "Hil expect te reacli a conclusion Thurs"A Reader" recently seut three .irantd,""Su nation day. We de net want te excite false WanUd,"" Lnet,' bound," &c.,ef an accepta- hopes among legal-capages covered with writing; n ble nature. and nut tuncerdtlweeUnee, the miners by saying en thlt nnything prematurely, and therefore few days later "Peor Tenant" followed page, are VIlELtimii. will keep silent until a definite agreetSTXe with two mere; and finally "Daily out pay. nuln'n.Attrrrttfrm()ttfintcrtedicUh. ment has been reached." Header" fires another breadsido at The IfancerefaiVe lemrihr Imf time, tee tnvltt KenturWy Itepubllran Convention. Ledger en the Free Turnpike Question. at many repetition ne "re necemary te tecure Lei'isvii.i.K, Ky., March 7. The reuhat ynuadcerthefer. We with the advertteert New, if this geed "Reader" had read te feel that they are net nntmtingen ufljuing publican state executive committee met Wednesday afternoon and decided closely as he did daily, he might have our free column. te held the slate convention in Advcrttremcntscan beleftat 'turoflceer tent en May 29. Although there was a seen In these columns, mere times than through the mailtn large attendance of candidates, and THE VVULIC I.EUUEIl CUMPAXT, Johnny Carlisle has the Geld Reserve Se. " E. Third Street some of them wanted the convention in the Treasury, that The Ledger neu'r held ut a later date, the committee WANTED intule short work of the matter, which publishes or gives any serious attention rA.Nn:i) Tlin-- mom fur belit had evidently been arranged before Iiik ler iiiiiu anil nlfi. te communications tinlrss the author's hand. It was argued that republicans lliMmn. I.pilifpr ufllrH should assume the aggressive. Hence name accompanies them. This friend A N I K n A Rlrl 10 de Went Keurlh ADPlvlnNii it was decided te held the state conhas wasted lets of geed paper and nt rA.NTKn A linut of tlirw or fnnr nieiiin: vention a month ahead of the demod( IhmiI fur 'I iiNnnhuutIIKIKKI re .Nurlli erL, corn anil cratic guthering, en June S.". least six hours hard work. Next. lolmtre. w. II. Ky. I'. "WANTKIi-WrltldeW. Apply te A K. Mining rreperty Sold for Taxei. IIIOMAH. ii Flre Insurance Diilcy & Baldwin. CimiANoeriA, Tenn., March 7. The Dade coal mines ut Ceal City, Ga., and TJVj?J?LZi. jr a line ei ucBuiuui new veiling just re "TOIt UFN I' Twe iron furnaces at Rising lnr,vrrarnidurllliiiriin Mint Ga. , Iceired by Mrs. L. V. Davis, Zwclgnrt .T n neur HrlilKc In lliermiKli rtpalr. properties of 'the Georgia Mining and Ajiplj l(i.Mr MAltYT l'ti. tjjBIeck. Investment Ce., valued in round numiOST bers nt 52,000,000, were bid in Wednes5$' SmokcGce.W Childa's La Tesca Cigar. lunik ami rani- - hh coin Ian I day at Trenten, Ga., by the Ordinary 11 llne Under will plrmc reliirn te tlilx eftlcp bet cigar en the market, of Dade county for t(iMs aggregating I'lp&ie return te tills I'eitiinire kr 'Only 5 cents. 82,000. This company is lessee of j (i nice Georgia's ceuTicts. but recently wenl ' Tie books of the Limestone Iluilding An OdilfellimH" U'attli Ctmrin mi Hic mid J mrwt.liftween Association arc new open for subscrip- KJ.MKlt Mill IKI K4.Wall anil MarkH, Itetnrn te Inte receivers' hands. Officials say the sale was Invalid and will net stand. tlefls te the Twelfth Scries of stock. If reuwD. .Mexico ItrttilUlrt. nnd step paying you want to buy a home I'.l. Pase, Tex.. March 7 The MexM rest, or make a safe and preiltablejnvest van nuthiiriiics at .latire. in the HHt, call en W. B. Mathews President, IOUNI-T- e at palra t.aby ibe-- . (Vn b bad by of ( liihmihiia, hne taken steps testate reCnarlM lUmen'a T GvD.Newell Attorney, James Threlkeld taliate en Aimcnlnns for teeuring tin Tmmrtr, H, C. Sharp Secretary, or any I?OUND-lliennand mile railroad tlcicet. passujff of he free zeno resolution ean bT tarn tir calllnc at 114 Writ the Jate congress. t me uirecier. . awnd. fcbalir tur-face- by local applications, as they cannot icncli ibe diseased portion of the cnr. There 18 only eno wny te euro Deaf nest, and that M by constitutional remedies. l)eafnc-- 8 Is caused by in Inllamcd condition et the mucous lining of the Kustachain Tube. When tbls tube gets lullamed jeu have n rumbling- sound or Imperfect hearing, and when it fa entirely closed Deafness Is the result, nnd unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube to Its normal condition, hearing will be destrejed feret cr; nine cases out of ten are caused by eatairh, which Is nothing but au inflamed condition or the mucous J)eanens Cannet be Ctiwtl II w an March 7. The Guantnmane troops lmve attacked and dispersed the band under Here Brooks, nt Luze. Several of the band were wounded. The troops captured all their arms, ammunition, etc. The provinces of Puerto Principe, Matanzas, Pinar, Rie and Havana are quiet. Xi w Yeiik, March 7. Passengers en the steamer Yumuri, from Havana, which arrived Wednesday morning, did net bring any important news from the Cuban insurrection. Almest all the action wus confined te the southern part of the island, in the vicinity of Santiage, nnd at Havana. The newh received from there was se distorted as te be ludicrous. however, as if the It seemed. a leg hardly rebels had te government en, if the stand could be dispatches relied en. Gen. Sanguilly. who was arrested in Havana - will doubtless be garroted, ticcerding te the opinions expressed en the Yumuri Wednesday morning. '"There is always mere or less discontent in Cuba," said a passenger, "and it is only by intimidation and the force of example ihat quiet is preserved at all; consequently, when the government has reason te suspect any one teaching revolutionary doctrines they try te make nn example of him in order te deter ethers, se I think Sanguilly's fate is fixed." RAlCWAY. and ether continental powers will be duly represented. Tleket offices, N.tV. corner Fourth and Vine, MIDLAND ROUTE ana Central Union Station, Third and Central The United States will have the flagavenue, Cincinnati. I1KTHEK.V ship San Francisce, Marblchead, and CI.F.VKLAND DIVISION. MAYSVILLE, probably one of the two triple-screL'a.t and Nertheatt. cruisers, and the New Yerk. Secretary Only line running through cars Inte New GEORGETOWN Herbert has been anxious te let for Yerk City without ferrtage or trfinsfcr, landing passengers iu the Grand Central Bunion, eign navies witness the latest success FRANKFORT. street; only through tar fine te which has crowned the building of the A.M. p. m. r. M. Bosten, and only line running solid trains te Cleveland, and 47 miles shortest, 15:62 new navy, and will send our greatest Lcare Mnysvllle... 1:50 1:50 Forty-second toutAbetind. fT? Ne is..i 3n. . Loavet Mava'vUle nt lb...ii A p. I!nl i Ne. Z0...8 re e. m 6 :M a. m. for l'n rt. Lex m no. I ngteD, Cincinnati, Htch- Ne. 4 ISOp.iD,1 mend, Stanford, Liv Ne. I9...s.3n;. m.l ingsten, Jollleo, Middlosberougli, Cumberland . nj. I Ne. l....07 N. Gap, Frankfort. Loulsvitle and -i no. 17.. wt, N. and M. V., Eastern Division. Ne. 15..J1.0J p. m.t Leaves Mayevllle at 1 :M) n. m. for Paris, CinDally. Dally except Bunday. F. V. V. cinnati, Lexington, Wlnchester, Hlchmend Limited Ne. U arrives at Washington C:W)a. tn., and points en N.N. and M. V Eastern DivisUaltlmore 8:00 h. m., Philadelphia 10:00 a. m.. ion. GREAT NAVAL DISPLAY. KorUileund. New Yerk 12:5-- p. tn. K. K. V. Limited Ne. 3 arrive et Cincinnati nt5:Mp. in. Arrive at Maysvllle at 0:45 a. m. and 7.3 Hie Peiren Will Mobilize Their Ileit Washington Express Ne. 4 arrives at Wash- p.m. Vrarihlpi at the Opening of the Kiel ington 2:4r p. m.. New Yerk 0:21 p. m. Cincin All trains daily except Bunday. nati Fast Line Ne. 1 arrives at Cincinnati at Canal. 8:0.", a. m. Washington, March 7. The number 1'ullraan Sleeping Cor Sorvlce te Hlchmend VANDEItlJILT SYSTKM. sf warships expected te be present at and Old Point Coralert by trains 2 and 4. Direct the opening of the great Kiel canal in West andconnection a. Ciuclnnattl for all points Seuth. Nes. 1,2,3 and 4 de net step between CLEVELAND, Germany this spring will far surpass Ky. CINCINNATI, any similar gathering in recent years. Trains 15, in, 17, 19, 19 and 20 step at the St. CHICAGO and Great Britain, France nnd Russia will uuuricB ueiei ler passengers. ST. LOWS Kend lurgc fleets, while Italy, Spain 11 trouble has reached a critical stage, and that both sides arc massing troops In the disputed territory lying between them. Mr Bayardls well equipped for this negotiation, ns he was secretary of state in 1887, when the United States first made an offer te Great Britain te actas arbitrator. The offer was courteously declined. At the same time Venezuela broke off all diplomatic relations with Great Britain nnd these have net since been restored. Mr. Bluinc also sought te adjust the trouble, as it was felt that British aggression en Seuth Aincrlcnn soil came dangerously near an invasion of the Monree doetrinc. Mr. Blaine's efforts also failed, and the status has remained unchanged until the recent reports of hostilities, and the determination of this government te make a llnnl effort toward concluding negotiations. In the event of Great Britain accepting the suggestion of arbitration, it is believed President Cleveland would be designated as arbitrator. Mild tun.riuc commit ii m ty' I'M B.FJUBO.Caihler, W.IT.Cex, President. Jab. N. Exbk, t. GEORGE M.CLINeER , me MtuuiTHAna interne ABSOLUTELY PURE , THE OLD RELIABLE Choice meat only. PPJI utter, Eggs and Lard. Doliverod te any part daily. w ...DAILY.... ....MEAT MARKET .. Ne. 320 Market St. SWEET CAPORAL MONUMENTAL, STATUARY AND CEMETEBY WORK, CIGARETTE Hat Steed the In Granite and Marble . Tut el Tlme 108 M. K. (HLM0RE, W 8K00NO BTBIKT, MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER BRANDS COMBINED wtlafaclery prlcei. WFrceetODeBnlldlni Werk,BldewaIt'Ac, MAY8VIL.LX. IV t KAUKOAO TIMETABLES. CINCINNATI nt VISION CUEBArBAKK AND Olllll I ke. liuwie n. m.' ttTQOI BBfflKP BTf?J MATBVILLl DIVISION. ROUTEw- peintu ships. Leave Pari France may be influenced by her Arrfe Frankfort natural antipathy toward Germany by Erankfert. ordering a moderate sie squadron, but Lenve Georgetown .. Leave Russia will certainly be there with her Leae J'arls Arrive .Majsvllle. entire Baltic sea fleet. Germany's ships in home waters will Daily except Suiidaj. all be ordered out, and an attempt made te make the pageant the most brilliant from a naval standpoint tnat has probably ever been witnessed. I.KAVE K)It PAN AM 4. Wabiiinoien, March 7. There is furCIU'IBEUS Leave (SoergetoH n 11:31 J:4'i - ll:i- 4:: 5:50 :05 d Dally. I". M. 1.00 2:00 -- :: r.:42 7:35 I'. XI. 4:00 4:40 5:28 7:30 Except Sunday, t Sunday only. Through Trains. 'Sandusky. 7:30 H.ui, d9:&5 a.m. l Nine Hiid s.-ther disquieting news from the Isthmus hours trem Cineiii CniCAOO DIVISION. of Panama. The United States cruiser imtl te St. Leuis. Weft, Niirth and Nvrthxreiit, Raleigh has been ordered te Colen, nnd Three daily trains. Only line running solid Dining the Atlanta hns gene te Becns del trains between Cincinnati and St. Uiuls wltb Solid Vestlbuled Trains. StandardCars, Wagrer Compartment and ijeep- classes Tore, where the revolutionists have Pullman Yestibulcd Sleeping Cars. Allexpress ers una J'ariar cars. en of passcngeis w. one-hal- B.&O Ihill II Wi Delight any 4 1. lll.l'K Kl.VKH, western Ves. Llm.. dfl:00 p.m. dlOiM a.ra Iles. and N. Y. Express dU:00 a.m. C:6Vn.m. Clev., N. Y. and Iles . 12:15 p.m. Clev., Huff, and N. Y.. d 8:4.1 p.m. 6:45 a.m. Celum. and Springfield 3:15 p.m. a.m. Columbus Acoemmoda. iit:ie a.m dSi&J p.m. Day. and Springfield. iU!l.1nm I'MKiin I d6:05p.re.' Mlddletewn. .. . 7:fi0a.m 9.-- N. Y. nnd Hes. South- Lire. I 4rrfr. Formerly C, ref.UMDtlrt AND PANIIUSKT. .S. i ml C. Tlnilread. Sandusky.. i!6:l0 p.m. d2:i0 a.m. f landed. THE STORY DENIED. Count Cnxtellann Did Net Itrrelrn Settlement from Yeiik, Mareli .Minn (ieuld. n Mar-rlng- e IMPORTANT MEETING. It Mny ICetult In reat Ileneflt te Miner Well aa Ititllvrajg. 7. Geerge J. Ni.w Gould spoke warmly Wednesday regarding some of the statements made in the newspapers regarding the marriage of his bister te Count de Castel- Inne, He said: "The various stories of marriage ethers of payment of debts and all that are untrue." "Is there any truth in the 52,000,000 settlement en Count de CastcllaneV" Mr. Gould was asked. na was no such settlement,,' snid Mr. Gould promptly, "in 11113' lhapc or form. The Count de Castellane asked nothing in a money way, and nothing was offered. The question of money did net enter into the matter at all, and it never has entered into it, reports te the contrary I did net see the notwithstanding. necessity for speaking of this before, but it is as well te settle the matter for once and all, and put an end te the ridiculous stories that have been told and published." "There any arrangements for your tickets until jeu novo written or called en him, for it will be te veur interest, as rates via the it. and O. S.-Hallway nre as low as vJa any ether route. Is the shortest, quickest The Ii. nnd O. S.-and most direct route between the East nnd the West, with no night changes of cars 01 omnibus transfers. Trains arrive nt and depart from Union Depots, and arrive in St. Leuis in advance of ether lines, giving passengers going West of St. Leuie tit st choice of seats for Western points. (Ohie and Mississippi The II. and O. Railway.) is known evcrywhere as the Emigrant's Friend. It does net premise nnything It does net carry out. Write te (he undersigned for rates nnd you will save money . T. A. GAnmeAN, Trav. Pass. Ag't, Central Union Dopet, Cincinnati. ., Te HfW:ni EmlgranU If you are going West. Northwest or Southwest, write teT. A. Garrlgan, TriiNClIng Passenger Agent H. and O. S.-Hallway, (Uhle and Mississippi who will quote you lowest emigrant rates en passengers, household goods, stock nnd emigrant movables te any point In the West, Northwest or Southwest. De net make trains. carried llrst-elne- s India naimU, lAlfauelte and Ch leage. Hall-way- ,) Arrirent the new passenger station, loot eflStb street Indian riKils Chicago Trnfne dt:15 a.m. dt:31 a.m. M2:.'mp.ra, (17:29 a.m. (17:45 p.m. dll;10a.m. dS:30p.m. nenup.m. 11:10 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:15 p.M. a.m. Wert. Seuth and Snuthiceet. Peoria. Terre Haute and Mnttoen Terre Haute and Mat 37ie EUshart MICIMOAN Llne-Fermcrlu l 0T. LOUIS DIVISION. (18:30 d7:45 p.m. 12:40 p.m. DIVT9I0N. a.m. d:40a.m. d6:C0p.m. 3:15 p.m. Wa- la'h and Cfncfnnatl, Michigan nailicay. h, - rlen, Warsaw, Cee'..-BeacGeshen, Hubert. Ilenten Harler and St. Jeseph Andersen, Itushville, Wabash We Kuih.. Andersen. Ma 8:30 a.m. 6:C0 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 10:19 a.m. Henry Ort Drugstore! rjret-class have all the prerequisites of a Stamps, Streetcar Tickets, Has decided te take the lead iu the Furniture trade during the holidays HOT SODA WATER. VTIIKO. C. l'OVSXK. . ( OPPOSE HAZING. Krenhman fhtti.int (jtl p this-cit- lowing resolution has been adopted and signed by the members of the Christmas present from freshman class at the State university: "We, the undersigned members of the freshman class of the University of Illinois, realizing the detrimental effects of hazing te the reputation of our university, and desiring only the welfare of this institution and its promotion by every means which it is deemed wise by its administration, de, separately nnd collectively, pledge our selves te the follewing: Net te interfere in any way whatsoever with the social pleasure of nny individual or any class of the University of Illinois." HecaiiBu AnntlK-- r Clais at the tlnlvernlty of Declare! luelf. Champaign, 111., March 7. The Illl-ne- li fol- his prices are the lowest nnd his stock the largest te select n nice and valuable In WHY the city. . (JO TO . . DONOVAN & SHORT, THE LEADING HLACKSMITHS, iJxniJtTS ix.... Practical Herse Shoeing. feet straight-ened- , Forging, Scalping and Interfering stepped without discomfort te the horse; Feet Trued, Balanced and Shed se as te enable irregular-gallehorses te go straight with frictienlesi articulation and increased speed. Your patronage solicited and promptly uttended te. Prices reason- -, able. Cerner Second and Limestone-streets- , Haysville, Ky. Teeing-ou- t and Teeing-i- n Knee-bangin- d lieinf-kwi- Kllte Victim. i Ail-lrp- t T uenf-ru- l heiiM-wtirK. . .'. trei-t- pIk-I- I nu Btrt-rt- piK-ki'- i hand-mad- e - March 7. A fishing smack iiift lyAV VX. lB'A? Wednesday brought here the body of Anten Baumaun, one of the victims of the Elbe disaster, he was formerly manager of the at Prague, and had been engaged by Mr. Walter JIe Damrosch as the general manager for shownhas purchased a few of tlie swings as In out. which the Wagnerian opera season in New doer in thb house, andcan be adjusted te nny which will nmuie the llttle Yerk. Ills wife was a native of Cali- pleaseclilldien the cold winter daj s. Yeu will call and examine Ills priced and goods. fornia. .'Murdered r the Slier IT. Four Gains, Ga., March 7. .ludsen Hyatt, a drygoeds drummer from MaThe Leading eon, was shot nnd killed at the Cook FURNITURE DEALER, house here by Sheriff .7. T. McAllister. UrAVQTTT.T.W XV The killing occurred In a difficulty be- St. 11 Kait i iuivj X Beesnd St., f a tween the two men in Hyatt's room. Ne one ehe was present at the time, ami the caiihe of the homicide is unknown. Hui.i., opera-house I RYDER ....DEALCHB & RUDI ' Succenaers te Albert Greenwood. HENRY ORT, aui IX... Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, W Picture Frames Moldings, N. 14 TYrtt fS- .1 Vli e Imrber-alie- On Uanvim.k, Ky March 7. Vice President Stevenson, whose wife and daughter are wlth relatives In Danville, eie Wednesday night te remain a w eek or mere. J'reilUent Steiemen. Neiid. Htrcet i '.ir' ar-rh'- cd VUlbut WHIt Otk JUi4y f,5llfKJS,ifWru-,g- r Ppoe,atfTMa. c, SK9BllLSSJK2SUa3; Our designs and shades erwallpaper ure. tee most handsome and novel ever brought Masen county, and they are attractta asfm-M-Ur l pride by all wbe tee (boa. uniy uie dmi irraffe- of Fata I and Oil In stock. raieicn- euppvics and ArWi' Materials a ipeefalty. hrlcM reatenablr. kr uits umnu, f .Mt ' i , uA . ..' .. '? Si j- - 'J II ., WFSSMaSeMaaM"MMWMWWMMHSMSaBeMSaaMISB'aa'la,ieaMS'MwlM'WMMI,aM , IIM mtvmp, m ygmttt1l Mmumf mVmmmmWMm B BANE LOOTED. l .1 ' Cashier S. M. leach Receives Mertal Wounds. ,, After Which Fifteen Thousand Dollars in the Vault Was Taken. US'. ?. K A Customer Named Ilalley Wm Serlnuily Wounded The Itnhbert Mnkn Their K- cap, Ilat Ars Captured In a llarn One Killed, tlie Other Captured. k I: I I: ft I 1 & &.. Litti.k Lern, Ark.. March 7. The storm that has been brewing in the Arkansas legislature ever since the of here, was robbed at 0:10 o'clock Iren Mountain railroad a week age deWednesday morning by two men, who feated the bill for the establishment of merlally wounded Cashier S. M. Leach a railway commission in this state and seriously wounded a customer broke out Wednesday afternoon, when named Bailey, who wns standing at a resolution was offered in the house te the window when they entered. eject from the hall the representatives The cashier had just unlocked the of newspapers that had criticised the safe and the vault, and both Leach action of the legislature, anil Repreand Bailey had their backs te the doer sentative Monree, of North Little when the robbers entered nnd opened Reck, rising te a question of personal Arc. The desperadoes then entered privilege, denounced Gov. Clarke its an the vault nnd carried away the entire infamous liar anil rascal. contents, supposed te be Slfi.OOO, and When the railroad commission bill jumped into a buggy at the doer and was first offered in the legislature it drove west toward liedficld. The en was favored by a large, majority. The tire country is nreuscd nnd in het pur. Iren Mountain railroad established a suit. The robbers will undoubtedly large and influential lobby here, and be captured and lynched. c when the bill came up for final Dkb Moines, la., March 7. The Adel it was defeated. bank robbers reached Desote before 11 The newspapers, particularly the o'clock, and were surrounded in a barn Commercial-Appeal- , ' of Memphis, intiwhich was set en fire by the infuriated mated that bribery had been used. crowd. One robber was killed and the Gov. Clarke, in an interview Tuesether captured. day, supported this charge of bribery. Anether Arreunt. Tuesday evening Representative MonDes Moines, la., March 7. Adel, the eoe called en the governor anil was county scat of Dallas county, twenty-twfrom his office. Thereupon Monmiles northwest of here, was the eoe made his attack en the governor Wednes scene of a bold bank robbery Wednesday. day morning, followed by the pursuit He concluded by saying he had mere of the amateur bandits, the killing of proof that the governor is a liar than one of them and the formation of an the governor has against any member angry mob, which surged around the COMING BACK. of the legislature. There is a feeling county jail Wednesday night and threatened te have the life of the liv- Tin- Negroes Who Went te Mexico I mm that Gov. Clarke will resent Monree's Georgia and Alnunma. abuse in a decisive way. ing robber. The funds of the bank Atlanta, Ga., March 7. A special were saved by the presence of mind of COIT INQUIRY. the cashier, who, after receiving n lead from San Antonie, Te.x.. says that Negroes passed through The Finding of the Court I'rm tltully of shot in his body, swung shut the lllin. doer te the vault and turned the com- there, walking back te their old homes in Georgia and Alabama. These NeToi.kde, ()., March 7. The (eit court bination. Asa result of the battle which fol- groes were members of a large party of inquiry, consisting of Cel. Henry S. Cel. ICennan, of Hunker, lowed the attack en the bauk, and the of emigrants who left Georgia and Cleveland, of Tolede:Kucrt. of Kenten, Alabama a few weeks age for Mexico. and Cel. flight and pursuit of the robbers, this They were tinder the leadership of carefully reviewed the tiOO pages of list of casualties is recerded: 1. Wllkins, u robber, from "Peg Leg" Williams, a well known em- type written evidence in the WashingPatterson, Mndisen county, I'a., nged igrant agent. The Negroes say that ton C. II. riot case. all the ethers will leave as seen as they The assistant adjutant general of 30, shot by pursuers. Injured. Alfred ICesmcavh, cashier, can. They became alarmed at the pe- Ohie will receive it some time WednesGee. K. shot in left shoulder and neck; C. 1). onage system of Mexico, and feared day,1.uiglit. Hen.Columbus, Nash and Boeth, of submitted Ilailcy, leading merchant of Adel, shot they would be enslaved if they re- II. the briefs for Cel. Coit. The people of in left bheulder; .1. M. llyers, promi- mained. Washington C. II. were represented by nent citizen of Adel, shot in the hand EIGHT MORMONS. Hen. A. R. Creamer, Jehn N. Vande-niaand arm; H. S. llarr, postmaster nt Convert te the lullli .Made In Haneirr and J. M. Marchant, of Fayette Adel, shot in left arm; .1. T. Simpsen, n County, Virginia. county. citizen, and Cecil Dexter, Richmond, Vn., March 7. There is The finding was sent te Gov. Mclviit-lea boy, of Adel, slightly wounded. great indignation in the upper part of and practically exonerated Cel. The corpse of the dead man and his Hanover county ever the departure for Coit. of the Fourteenth infantrv. living companion were later taken rtuh of eight residents of the county, back te Adel, where Wednesday after- who have been converted te the MerTHE BRITISH NAVY. noon Crawford made a full confession, mon faith. Nenrl a Hundred Millien In Ite spent lie claimed he had been forced into the The delegation was accompanied by I pun It During the Icur. job by Wilkins, who threatened te kill two or three elders who have been doLonden, March 7. The navy estinerve weakened. The two ing missionary work about here for him if his mates for left l'attcrsen Tuesday, nnd spent two or three years. It was from th's JL'lS.Ttil.tMO. the coming year amount te being an increase of Wednesday night with a farmer live same neighborhood that two Mermon Earl SpenVc-r- . first lord of the Adel. miles from elders were driven two or three years admiralty, live explains that age by a delegation of citizens. Thee second-clasand four cruisers Tem llennrd AubhhrIiihIciI. Mimil.KSiioite, Ivy., March 7. Tem two premised never te return, but cith- toprede are being comHeward, while nt supper Tuesday ers seen came te take their places. The pregramme of the pleted. Muprnden Strike. night, was fired upon through his winnaval defense act of IssO will all be PiTrsiifiteu, March 7. All negotia- finished at the end of the year. It is dow nnd instantly killed, the bullet going through his heart. Heward had tions between the miners and opera- also proposed te construct four s years age killed his nephew, Will tors of the Pittsburgh district have and two four second-clasDavis, in a difllcultv. Heward be been declared oil" nnd it strike destroyers. Earl Spencer also IS, 000 longs te a prominent mountain family, involving from te 17.000 announces an Important pregramme of being a cousin of Commonwealth's At- men has been ordered. The con- new at Portland, Gibraltar. torney Henry L. Heward, of Harlan ference committee of the min- Dever, Heng Keng and Portsmouth, ers and operators failing te agree en the cost of which it is proposed te meet county. the sixty-nin- e cent rate for mining de- by a lenn. . The Werk of Firebugs. F.ngtund's Claim In Aliitkn. N. C, March 7. l'ire of in- manded by the former, the operators" Rai.eieii, Oi.vmima, Wnsh., March 7. A resolucendiary origin caused a less of 530,000 proposed a joint convention of miners at Kingsten, N. C, a whole block hav- and operators te be held in this city en tion was introduced in the Washington house of representatives, and a copy ing been destroyed. There was 310,000 Saturday. . Child' Strange will be se nt te President Cleveland, te The town has several insurance. l) La Peutk, Ind., March 7 the effect that England has asserted times suffered by the work of llrebugs and an appeal has been made te the Leng, of this city, aged :t years, has claim te hnrlers, bays and inlets legislature te provide suitable water- become strangely afllicted. Her heat' through which the greater portion of is gradually enlarging, new measuring commerce nnd trade of and with the works. thirty-oninches in circumference. territory of Alaska must be carried en llamas Illihep Critically III. Kas., March 7. Kt. Rev. The child has been returned here from and which of right belong te the Sai.ina, Chicago hospital, where physician? United States, and calling upon the Elislia S. Themas, bishop of Kanas, is a the little sufferer lying at the point of death at St. pronounce te her physical incurable. government for prompt action. suffering, add Hawk After a Child. Jehn's Military school in this city. Te child has lest the power of speech, the Akiien, O., March 7. A large hawk Fer twelve lieurs he has been uncon- its condition being pitiable in the exdaughter descended en the scious. While at Ellswerth Sunday en of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gates, living a visitation he was taken suddenly ill treme. Sir. Vandertillt atNlre. near Harrlsburg, this county. The with intestinal troubles. Cannes, March 7. Win. K. Vatuler-bilt'hawk was evidently wild with hunger. I Dead. EuiiU-Aunt" steam yacht Valiant has been ly- for it attempted te carry the child en". PARKEitsnuite; W. Vu., March 7. ing at Nice for some time. Ifeththe Her screams called her father te the "Aunt" Eunice Cenrad died at her Vuliant and Nameunu were entered scene, and he drove the bird off. The home near Ccdarvlllc, (iilmer county, for Tuesday's review, but neither el chihl was terribly injured, however, age 120. Her successor as "the eldest them took part in the day's proceed- about the head. woman in West Virginia" is "Aunt" ings. Mr. Vanderbilt lives en beard Arretted for the I'vaney .Murder, Sallie Merris, nged. IIS, living alone in his yacht and is a frequent visitor te Hewling Giiken, O., March 7. IVter a leg hut en Sams Kerk, near Mineral Met(te Curie. Mile. Xeustrctter, whose Penney was arrested Wednesday en Wells, this county. name has been mentioned in connec- suspicion of committing the murder of tion with the Vanderbilt divorce pro- Mrs. Ollie Penney. He denies all the Fret. Trade. OTTAWA,Ont., March 7. Cape Colony ceedings, inhabits a villa nt Mente charges, but circumstantial evidence has offered free trade with C'tmnda, Carle. points te him as the guilty party. Cut llrr Threat. with all the gain which that iwutis te Ate I'olnenod ..Meat. Fi.i.st, Mich., Ma roll 7- .- Frank 11. both countries, including an advantage Ahite.N.O., March 7 - Mrs. Elia ( ewan te the Canadian markets of Cape Col- Cowles, of Mount Merris, found hi a widow, nnd three children living ony equal te SO per cunt, of these of wife dead in bed at 7 o'clock Wednesthe point near this the United States aud even (treat Brit- day morning. She had two ghastly of death, city are lying neardried beef poisoned by eating cuts in the threat, and the bed clothes ain. were saturated with bleed. The couple and gravy. The recovery of all four is New McHmer l.lue. had hud trouble, and hud lived sepa- extremely doubtful. Londen, March 7. The North Objected te Tame Hull. Lloyd Steamship Ce. will begin a rately for some months. She asked te were stay at the house ever night, and Mt:.l:e Cnv, March fortnightly service with fust steamers in April between Quebec and Montreal, Cowles gave her his bed and tools an- killed and twenty wounded in a riot Canada and Manchester, England, by other. Net hearing any stir he went and destruction of a bull ring at Ptiebla te her room Wednesday morning, and because a spectator was dissatisfied way of the Manchester ship canal. with the class of bulls furnished for found her ns described. an KxcrtHli Fee. Net fighting. !ti, Matthew Threatened. Chicago, March 7. Judge Tule.v A Fatal Fall. lNDlA.VArei.iH, Ind., March 7. Gov. Wednesday decided that Edwin Walker SiiKi.nvvii.t.n, te an attorney's feer of Matthews Wednesday morning re- Albright, while lud March liny in a was entitled unloading $83,000 for services he rendered the ceived a long anonymous letter, in he docs net barn Wednesday morning here, fell Chicago, Danville and Vinccnues Rail- which he Is threatened. step his fight en the Reby race track. through a hole in the lloer and reroad Ce. The letter claims that a relative of the ceived Injuries which will prove fatal. Clnrlnnatlan Sulfide In Nenr Yerk. Spain Demand the Dentil of n Cen mi I. 7. William Simen, governor accepted a bribe te inlluence New YenK.Mnrch a the governor's attitude, "Yeu will need Madhid, March 7. Cnpt. Gen. an agent for a Cincinnati furniture bus demanded the recall of the company, shot and killed himself Wed- us in your future political career," the nesday night in front of the Metropol- letter said. Gov. Matthews at once American consul general ut Havana. made the letter public. lie believes it At a cabinet council Wednesday night itan Museum of Art. came from a person interested in the it was ngreed te support the demand. Mirier Killed. Reby race track. Twenty-On- e Miner 1'crUh. Londen, March 7. Seven miners Maduid, March 7. A tire Wednesday l'reildent Faur 1U the Grip. were killed Wednesday morning while I'Aitls, March 7. President Faure is in the Sehcl mine, of Cetunda, near descending the shaft of the Mall Beach Huelvn, resulted in the less of twenty-on- e lead mine, near Shrewsbury, Shrep- buffering from a slight attack of lltcs. shire. Deb Meinks, In., March 7. The Adftl Mate bank at Adel, twenty miles west pas-sng- o happy thought en the part of Geerge Gould for his sister's welfare. But that this is sufllcicnt under the legal requirements of the French republic is doubted by many. In France thcre must be a civil ceremony for the union te be legal. One of the requirements of the civil service is the posting of the b;mns for thrce weeks prier te the performance of the ceremony in the town or district hall or efllce of the mayor. Mr. Fredin, vice counsel of the republic in this city, was seen by a reporter at his home en Merris street. "The marriage is net a legal eno under the requirements of the French law," he said, "uutll it hns been ratified by the French consul in the city where it occurred. I suppose, of course, that Count Castcllanc has carefully attended te all these He should have had the matters. banns posted in his own district in France. Then after the civil ceremony he should have gene te the French consul at New Yerk, and had filed with him a transcript of the proceeding. If the consul is satisfied that the requirements of the laws of France have been met, he will issue a certificate te be placed en record in the district where the count and countess arc te reside. "The French laws are much mere strict en the marriage ceremony than are the American laws. If the consul e at New Yerk does net ratify the of Count Castellnne and Anna Gould they will net be legally considered man and wife when they reach France. The only thing for them te de then is te be mnrricd according te the French laws." mnr-ring- WAS IT LEGAL? The MnrrUje of Anna Oenld and Cennt Castellans According te the French Law. Cincinnati, March 7. The performance of a civil ccromeny following the An religious eno of Anna Gould and Count Castcllanc is generally considered a HARD Arkansas NAMES. De- CONDENSED NEWS Legislator nounces Gov. Clarke. He Characterized the Governer as An Infamous Liar and Scoundrel. The Chief Kiecutlve Hud Alleged 'that Legislator Had Item Itrlbed- - A ltri- Intlen te KJcrt Certain Reporter Fretu the lletie .Mere Trouble. or-der- ted the local option question te the voters, and the indications arc that the saloons will be vetwl out. The keel of the challenger for the America's cup, Valkyrie III., was cast at Glasgow, Wednesday. Eighty tens of lead were used in the casting. Claude Russell and an infant brother were playing in a gravel pit near Ind., when the bank gave way. They were buried and both are dead. At Iirnzil, Ind., a bride separated from her husband, en the greuud that he was a witch and had bewitched her. At Paris, Ky J. W. Fergusen, jr., shot and killed a large' whitehead cngle that was carrying off a live lamb. The bird measured seven feet and two inches from tip te tip. A freight train en the Missouri Pacific was derailed at 0urk, Ark. Engineer Themas McKee was scalded te death. The wreck resulted a rock placed upon the trnck. At Washington W. Calvin Chne. a colored editor and lawyer of that city, wns convicted of crlminnl libel against Chns. II. J. Tayler, of Kansas, the colored recorder of deeds of the District F-of Columbia. a The National Wholesale Lumber Dealers' association began its second annual meeting at the Continental hotel, Philadelphia, Wednesday. There-arabout seventy-fivdelegates present, from all ever the Fnited States. St Leuis reports the business outlook there very encouraging. Wholesale merchants say there is a premise of a larger spring trade than for four years past. This is ascribed te a general revival of confidence, though low prices is a factor. The mldwintcrcenfereuee of the officers of the association for the Advancement of women lias begun in lluffale. The work te be done is preparatory te the mutual congress, which will probably be held at Salt Lake City, although New Orleans has put in a strong In-gal- ls, Gathered Frem Alt Part of the World l Telegraph. At Kent, 0., the council has submit- THE Fer Buying Spring Goods! SEASON 'fe I THIS IS- - sixteen-year-ol- d We are In the market with a larger nud rcore oeurplctosluStc than ever before. Among ether things It Includes I'crcalt,' Duck, Piques, OlngliBDiB, Cheviots, French Buttings and many i, new neveltie. In all wool goods we have pattern suits from ' V .'" te $. These ere beautiful Koeds, and you should see tbem before) en purchase. As usual, our stock et Hosiery, Under-- " wear, Cerscte, Notions, etc., Is complete In every detal!. We have added te our Bleck a large line of laundrlcd and unlaun-drie- d Shirts and will sell them at M cent a each. 1'Ifty pieces Ginghams reduced from 10 cnte te 7'5 cents. Tobacco Cotten lit all grades, from -' cents up. m Browning & Ce. SecondWest Street. 51 RANSOIVUce e bid. Dead-Orla- nde u Henry W. Lane, a senior in Amherst college, broke the world's college d for strength in the Pratt gymnasium Wednesday. Nash, of Tuft's, lias a record of L.'KW and Klein, of Harvard, has become famous with 1.4 HI points, but Lane scored a total of l.c.,',0 points. The emperor of Japan has formally executed the ratification of the new treaty with the Fnited States and the document has just been ferwaided. It is expected te arrive in Washington March "0 and the ceremony of exchange of ratification will be held shertlj- after. rec-ei- 0s CHEAP AND FOR SALE BY $t. m SELLING I jjjgjfiimY goods, And FANCY aud STAPLE CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, well-know- n y, THE MARKETS. I'lM'iN.NATi, March Winter patent quiiiablc ut i 6,ii de fancy. i:..".Ml-'.-- r. de family :t5 is .."; J0. de extra. $1 8jitl lj. low pradc-i- . el.TOtl Si); spring p .tent, i.l U) 3.T0. sprlntf fanej .' vij V.Tj. spring family. $.'.J"wf:i.tM. Wiikat The market Is about ste.idj ai previous prices as both the receipts and eITermyj are still ery small, tales: Ne. '1 red track ut Housekeeping Goods Generally Always en Hand I i jjm rr.nrn UI..TII,-!KH- ). 5.V. s gun-bea- ts CeiiN -- "itles N'e 5 mixed track at 4.'',c; Ne '.'white mixed trucU, at t.V e ear, track, at l'tJ4c mixed rnr. track, at Uc Oats -- Ne. .' white. tr;n k. at 3Il-- Ne S mixed (dark color) track, at Wic. de (heavy Height) .M.--1 ntS-.'U- TO ST-AJFt- T OFF WITH A all-wo- J.00 choice, tb ffl I SX Cattle Heavy 10 first-clas- s, s third-clas- deck-yard- s efTer this week Hepe Wenched Muslin nt 5c, worth TJc. Sheets ready for use, full size, 45c; nil our handsome new 00. Calves Common and larcc. j;.M4 "",. fair Silks, legtilnr $1 quality, 09c a yard; 8cc te Reed llffht. JI60J5.M) lloes -- choice heavy packers and butch our new Weel Uress (Joeds. they are er.s, rl.404 f0 mixed packers. HIS'24 SA: comCarpets. 45 beautiful and cheap; mon and reueh, (3.7524 10. light ."kippers, and 50c, worth 10c mere, bargains in t3.9.'a4.S5; common te fair . IS.WJ3.S5. Shkkp ani I.amus Sheep Kxpert ewe Rugs. Special Lace Curtain sale. Yours and wethers. M 2534 50 geed te choice mixed, for bargains. t3.5U4.00. common te fair. $1.0033.00. Lambs Goed te choice, 14 50.25.00, common te fair, mdliiury. FJ.'U Goed te choice fair te t!2j .selected butcher, i common te We will a;s oxen f.'eIM Heifers: Keod ja.r.V'-l.'.'j- , steers f jlr te poed. 54 MKZ 4 CO ElM 1 H .5tM 7i, fair te medium, 13.0024 00. AMIi-tlmi- e Unwashed, fine merino per lb s I9cj l.K&14ti. medium and clothing, i:vsi4e. coarse. Uttlle, combing, 11,1 15c. Washed: Fine merino, X te XX, per lb, H213c. medium clethlnc, 1&3 17c; delaine fleece, lHM7c: long combing, IPQ 19c; quarter bleed ud low, 15&l7e; common coarse, 15&ifc; choice, Sic, quarter bleed clothing. Weel de-lla- ne me-diu- m Paul Hoeflich McCLANAHAN DKALKES IN- - & Bre. SHEA, GRATES, d, overate, 13c. 59Vic. May, C0'i2604c. Wheat N'e. 2 red IIaltimehk, March C. spot and March. M'4a & 4r 47Vc; May. 46484Kc. Oats Ne. 8 white western, CetiN Mixed spot, 31c. 2, mixed de, Rri-N- 47471Ic: March. 47Q 3B3a'ic N'e. 2 ia6.'e. Ne. New YeitK. March & t Milwaukee, 'e. b'ulitc. s IlAui.ir G3T46I0. 59 Uc; Western, MANTELS, gr3?0"VrllHLiggSy WnEAT N'e. 2 red store and elevator SP't'iJ afloat, e0'4c, f e b,(9fte0c, ungraded red, 67&6?c; Ne. I northern, C8Kc Cern Ne. 2, 43e la elevator and 50'c afloat; Bteamer mixed, 4Sligi94e. Oats N'e. 2, 33!cj N'e. 2 while, 3'1'4C. Ne. JOB WORK OF ALX RINDS Executed In the belt manner. 2 Chicago, 3V(e Ne. 3, 324c: Ne. 3 while. 36i(ci mixed western, 34 t34ijc; whllesute and WHITE, JUDD & CO. western, S7ailc. Teledo, O.. March fl Ar still in th- eWheat Ne. 2 red cash, 55,c, Ma, Wta Tinware, Tin Reefing, Guttering and Spouting. The Menk! 55We: Julv. 55 V-CeilM Ne. s timed cash 4fc de May Ne. 3 yellow, 43c, Ne 3 mixed, 4;,e 1V FURNITURE BUSINESS At Ke 42 W Second Street. . 4 Oer-ma- n ive J5 55; March. 15.50 riTTSHUnuii, March !. CATTLK-I'rli- ue. J5 4tt5.50, geed. J4SKfrM0. geed butchers, (4 V034 55, rough fat, 13 G5U4 10. fair light steers, f3.5033.sa 14 4St4 50 bet mixed, (4 35140, best Yorkers. H 2534 30. common pigs. Il.l0.jtl IV te fair Yorkers and Sukkp Kxpert wethers. rlS06.(M extra, t4 50ai-70- , Beed. H 00(t4?0 fair JI TUftlMS; common, tl 5032.00 best lambs. tMmijCve, geed lambs, $5. IOQ5.50. common te fair liimbs, CLOVKiHEKU-CaMi, hias, Oats Nothing doing By MATTHEW 0. LEWIS, (UONK LEWIS.) Lewls." Mr. Lewis was a member of the llrltleh Parliament, and bla book became se popular In England a hundred years hke that It pained ler lilm the title- of "Menk - Big Four Reute. 1IKST LINK TO AU THOU 12 504 75. HUM'Al.e, V. Y . Cal-lej- influ-enx- u. pigs i:io,tlle. mixed packers.t4 40i3.il) geed mediums and heavy, 14 50tf4 55 Umus 5.7fa Sllxtl- - AND I.amrs I'helt-MjO, fair te geed H50A5.50, culls and common, 13.0044 25; geed mixed sheep. I3 50an0 fat wethers, 14.1024 (0, expert sheep, lt.V024.75; faticy, flb5tf500. CH1CAOO, March 6. Cast quotations. Kleur Arm. Ne. 2 sprint 3 spring wheat, wheat, N'e. 53U57.HC nominal, Ne. 2 red, 51?, 15tj, Ne. 2 corn, N'e. 2 eats, 28Kc; N'e. (white, S32 ::Vc; Ne. 3 while. SIKCSic; N'e. S rye, OIUe; Ne. 2 barley, 53c; Ne. 3, (0&Sle; Ne 4, nominal. Indianapolis, Ind., March 0. Catti.k- - Goed te choice shipping and expert steers, lt.7&&5.25: medium. H.tt 14.75, geed te choice steer,M.754t4.5. Hogs Goed te choice medium and heavy, 1.10241 tb; mixed and heavy pucktng.lt.OOaiU; geed te choice lights, U06a.15. 8HKKt-Cbe- lce Iambi, 11.705 25; common, 50; choice sheep, I3.25tf3.76. Heiss-York- geed tat Cattle ers. cow, Medium weight 13 00Q.1.7A It 35 4 m i 50 Ml 'eh tV fair te text. compartment It Is far superior te "MariH Menk" and books of that char-acter. 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JJAKHK, urn. jraws. nn SAMUEL, Bnraeen Hoed Ptmrttn ITeipIUl, Idmibe AiTlam.l !, PHYSIOJANRAND SUBGE0N Omei and RMreiiai-Thi- rd tke Ceortbeui. aiim redTta"ilr.'l . ' ) ti.au rr, Clnrlimll, O. 2ift&!&tt EIPhW vjm. J iT t '$!.: SWeSfek a .. 'NrilRk.BM. ..... . -- .,:, .'ill. ' rV&JIH ta.t.j.0'tflj.'. ."n , . f . iH ",." j&WwfragTrfarrwjfttiTrrm i .1 lfc'...i.,l. .ru ,4- - TFv?i"lfflyT$V te JF'A WiEaEsISBS rv -- w,Jtpii ukw :, w ' ' rW'.f" A.T BA.K.fclljEiir,3 A.T $S."S SL -' A iSOO PAIRS NELSONS CONGRESS $3 3EB3SrT3 SHOES New yenr . . . . V. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gev't Repert The protracted meeting at the Mothe-dis- t Church in Flcmlngsburg closed with N five additions. The advertising columns of Tub Led-eb- r speak for thomselvos. Thov show that pcople who knew hate te atlvertlse knew also wuBnu to advertise. Some excellent pictures In the line of crayon portraits may be scen in the show windows of Messrs. I'ccer, Nelsen and Power, the work of the Wnttcrs Party at the St. Charles Hetel. is the time te buy SPRING is- - CXTT DISWOTOBT. - w s IVv Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE MX Timethy, I I Eh l Emm Clever, Red Tep, And every eno who haa te buy . . . erriOEits. ,. William n.Cex Mayer A A.Wadtwerth I'ollcOuUdge Charles R. Hroseo CltvClerk Oollectnr and Treasurer J. W. Pitztrertiid Seugl tP.Ort Chlofef Pell e C. D. Hlicpard AssoBBer Weed and Ceal Inspector ....J. Dank Qurrett O. M, PWitSr Wharfmuater City Proseoutor Jehnlj. ObaraBcMaln City Physlelan .....Dr. W.B. Yair City Undertaker Q. A.Meani KoeperAlmshouio Mrs. Mary Hellln OITT COUNCIL. Meet eitt n V SVICIOEit CIXCIXXAT1. Jtese .Hnvti, Formerly of Thin Citv don't have thorn fitted in the old -- If you need spectacles or oye glasses, hap- Garden Melen Taken VhospheruH 1'oinen. . V. In mentioning the suicide of Kosc Macs, Seed Sweet nnd Irish Potatoes, Onion Sets or anything In that line will mid the largest nnd a dissolute woman from this city, who beat stock at my heuso by the retail or wholen. It. niorbewor, Fred Drcssel, sale. InimeiiBe stock of fancy New Crep ended her ntiseiable life in Cincinnati L. O. Hlatterman, O.P.DI torieh. nt extremely low prices. Special cut rices en nil Canned Goods will continue until Councllmen are olectcd te serve two The Monday, The Enquirer says further notice. Perfection l'leurand lllended years. Colfee can only be cot nt my house, livery "Corener llacrr was yesterday notified of eno Is Invited te call nnd examine my stoek UA8UNIO LODORS. nnd get price befero buj ing. Headquarters the death nt the City Hospital of Ileso I for spring vegetables, and you ran illwnjs Coufldence Ledgo Ne. 63 Meets first MonITjae Editor of ThbLbdebhIs net roepensl-bi- o Maes, an inmate of a Longworth rely en Retting the best the mnrkct nfferus. day nigh tin each month. Heeds delivered te all parts of the elty. for the opinions oxpressod by CorrespondMasen Ledgo Ne. 343 Meets second Monday street house. The woman died from Ilvcrything clean. upon thoeharac-te- r night in each mentt . nothing reflecting ents; the effects of phosphorus poison, ta Ttireuph Car te California. Maysville Chapter Ne. 9 Meets third Monr habits of any person will be admitted day night In eaeh month. Frem St. Leuis dally Pullman Palace ken with suicidal intent. She diste these columns! Maysvllle Commandery Ne. 10- - Meets feurts Is the plaoe te get thorn. Monday night tn each month. solved match heads in water and then Buffet and Pullman Tourist Sleeping ODDIT.LI.OW8. CorrevendenU will plie send Letters se drank it. The potion was taken last Cars te Les Angeles and ether California TnK I.EADINU UOtT.. DeKalb Ledgo Ne. 13 Meets every Tuesday at ter each ui net later than 3 o'clock a.m. Glee points without change via Iren Mountain, Thursday." rugni, tacU t at feus word at possible. We want tlnggeld Ledgo Ne. 7 Meets 0 very Wednei- The remains were bieuglit here feriu-termen- t Texas and Pacific and Southern Pacific COCHKAN & SONS, next h thtt department', and net advertizing dav nlcht. Railways, leaving St. Leuis dally at 0.30 Plsgah Encampment Ne. 9 Meets second noUcetervoUtlcalaraumentt. last night. .TTOniVErS AT LAW, p. m. and fourth Mondays in every month. "The True Southern Iteutc." Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter' Canten Maysville Nr 2 Meets third endaj CODIIT STREET. Ne high altitudes; free from ice and mgnt in eacn manin. nexvs. r.t.vr 41 West Second Street, Friendship Ledgo Ne. 43, D. of eeti . OUR AGENTS. snow. Forming an ideal winter way te ItODT. A. COCItHAN, UATSVILLE, KY second and fourth Fridays in eaeh month, The following are authorized Agents fei i MAYSVILLE, KY A. t. 3. OOOmtAN. and llewers. Jewel (las Steves. the land of sunshine, fruit KNiatlTB OrPTTHUB. Tax Public Lkoesr In their respective local' i Anhlantl Enjoined Frem Se Itelny, Fer map folder, time card, tourist book lues: Limestone Ledgo Ne.36 Meets every FrlJ mill Other Cities Interested. night. Minerva Frank W. Hawca. and full information, call en or address N. avsvtlle Division Ne. 6 U. It Meets first K. Warwick, 1). P. A., 131 Vine street, Tuesday in every month. rman. The suit brought by Hen. W. W. hoc or. r. e. 8. A. against the city of Ashland te Cincinnati, O. Fdneebure Mrs. Jennie Stewart. Washington Camp Ne. 3 Meets every Frl itt. Camel Reily Foxworthy. night. of $50,000 in bends for day enjoin the issue PUBLIC Augusta Loander Tully. Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your e. a. n. Pted Jeseph W. Williams. the completion of a school building re- "Jen't Life. Atcav." Jeseph Helscr Pest Ne. 13 Meets first and' BltLdtckSpYinqt-- J. II. Hunter. cently begun, has just been terminated in The truthful, startling tltle of a book about third Saturdays tn each month. Dever Thad. fc Moero. M. C. Hutchlns Camp Ne. 2. 3. of V. Meet Aft. QOead Jacob Themas. tlie only harmless, tftiiranfeel tobthe Ileyd Circuit Court. first nnd third Wednesday's of the month. acco-habit Subscribers will save the trouble of letter cure. If you want te quit anil Weman's Relief Cerps Meets second and The injunction prayed for was granted. writing by paying thelr subscriptions te the uso"Ne-to-bac.Hraccs up nlcetlnlzed fourth Saturdays in each month. A rent at their place The case will be taken te the Court of can't, eliminates nicotine poisons, makes nerves, k. or n. Appeals. Maysville Ledge Ne. 2773. Meets first ana weak men gain strength, weight nnd vltrer. OKANOEBUBO. Tuesdays in each month. third The plaintiff's suit was based upon the Positive, cure or money refunded. Moving seems te be the elder of the clause in our new Constitution that proa. e. u. w. Hoek at druggist, or mulled free. Address day. Masen Ledgo Ne. 20 Meets second and 4." Kan- hibits cities of the fourth class from be- The Sterling Heraedy 10 Ce., Chicago, Fridays. fourth Our yeuuc people had one of the cay- - coming indebted in any manner for any delph St.; New Yerk, Spruce st. Maysville Ledgo Ne. 75 Meets every night. est times of the season last Saturday purpose in excess of per centum of the 8. Of T. night In the way of a party given by the t Fidelity Division, S. of T., meets every MonChristian Endeavor Society at Mr. .Icremc value of taxable property, subject te day night In a. A. it. Hall. Mahugus. The young ladies all pre taxation within said cities. BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. pared a supper, which they brought with The outcome of this suit will be of St. Patrick's Benevolent Society Meeti , them, and at i) o'clock they wrapped overr secenu sunaay ( iitt'Dtr Couin. themselves in sheets, putting a pillow much interest te the many ether fourth sociality et tne 11, V. M. Meets every Bun case ever their heads, and were offered class cities in the state, as it involves a I'uleu Ti list Ce. et nls., Pl.tlntlils, Did you ever think that relatives or friends daly. iquity, nirainst Father Mathew Total Abstlnonce Society by autieneer Charles Grant te the new question. for sale Jehn I. Hmshenrsct nli..I)cfendants, who bate moved te distant places gene West, Meets first Sunday In each month. highest bidder. As the sales came near te In ebeil ence te a Judgment and orderof sale Anclent Order of Hibernians Meets third a close the boys get excited and prices ran or the Masen Circuit Court, rendered In the perhaps, te grew up with the country are al- Sunday in each month. abee-menll- i ned cause at the Fcbiuarj term, Knights of St Jehn Meets every Tuesday high, Misses Laura and Nettie Masen ways glnd te hear from their "Old Kentucky night I shall, en ISO. bringing respectively $1 !20 and $1 German Itellef Society Meets first Mendar neme?" And did It ever occur te you that a MONDAY. MKCI1 lltli. 1S05. A geed price for your suppers, boys, but ....SALIC. night in each mouth. elnglocepy of The Maysvili.e Republican either of their company is worth that ' at o'clock p. m., at Courthouse lioer. Mms-- 1 much for n single hour. A cemphte Set of Magistrate' lllaiiks. ville. proceed te sell, at Public Auction, te the j the weekly edition of Tlic ftibllc Lfdye' conCOLORED SOCIETIES. hlirhest bidder, en a credit et six, twelve and masenic. eighteen months, the tolleHlng real and per tains mero home news than 3011 could emApply at once at Acacia Ledgo Ne. 'H, P. A. M. Meets second Miunieu in unarieMeu senal property, brace In n hundred ordinary letters? And did Wednesday night in each month. ., embriiclng in the Het tern. Masen county, ty Chapter Ne. 6, Mt. Ledger Jeb Printer!. aggregate ViO acres, mere or les, and divided it ever strike you that you can send the paper second Hormen in each month. It. A. M. Moen Friday Inte eri n tnicts, t acres, has a I contains Camraaudery Ne. 6, K. T. Meeti Pnlestlne te jour relatives nnd friends for a wboleycar Traet e Itarn nnd ethet fourth Friday In each month, large Jtlllng-heu-e- , nt less cost than you enn write a lotter every upon It, and is known a- - the e. v. e. e. r. M URiciT Cur in. Skk Ballcnger the Jeweler. ,lame A. Keith tarui. Mnysvllle Star Ledgo Ne. 1948. Meets first week? Resides, don't you think a year's subThe It. Kfltmun Ce. et aK. PlalntM", ) Tract Ne. '1 contain , TO X 100 aeies. bus a Friday night In each month. and third HUlllll'lt Kiinilj llaru mid ethei scription teTiiK Repuiii.ican would be a presTonight is the regular menthl meeting large llilek Owelling-heii'-uHousehold of lluth Ne. 117. Meets second James Davis et aN . Defendant. iinprevenients upon it, and is known as the highly appreciated by these at a distance? Thursday night In each month. ent In obedience te a Judgment and order of of Congress. Jehn A. Kt Ith farm. nAlTO.HTF.lt3 Or THE T IUEUN ICLE. sale of the Maen Circuit Court, remit red in Tutu Ne 1 contains Km acres, mero ei less, Suppeso you try it and hearwhat they hate te Conge UlvcrTabornacleNo. M. Meets first cause at the February Eves tested and glasses fitted by L)r. P. and has been hiibdlt Ided Inte ll e tract, conthe Thursday In each month. say en the subject. term, ISM, I shall, en taining !". I7'4. '"j. "s and '.'l acres, mere G. Smoot. Satisfaction guaranteed. PAUOnTFIlS OF THK OOOD HAXM1UTAN. or lc. r Kctuel. and Is known ns the MONDAY, MAKl'll 18th, IS'J.j. Kvans Ixidge Ne. 9. Meets Urst Wednesday llieihearh tiiiui, and upon wlilch there 1). M. Uunj en, Fire Insurance, reliable Is a Vtarctintisc, lllackmlth Shep, liesldeiiee, night in each month. ut i o'clock p. in , en the prem'scs. pi m "ed te d. b. r. Itaiu and ether iniprevemeni: ale seeu sell, at Public Auction, te the hlghet bidder companies represented, no wildcat!). Goed Will Ledge Ne. 4(i. Meets first Saturhead or heies and mules. en a e i el It of one, two and three j ears, the Wednesday night in each month. day and third produce the sum of Or following icul property, situated in Masen If nieue siillieient theicel te In the midst of life we aie in debt. young's Temple Ne. 44. Meets first Monday count', Ky., en the water it Mill creek,te--a you ewe TnK I.KDr.Kit anything we 11 be i Iil,n7"i. le lie iiiude and prounble cots. night In each month. branch of the Ninth Ferk et Licking nver -- old In e. a. it. Snldl.ieil ulll lie tiacts ei as a whole wit: pleased te trade our be-- t autegiaph fei te suit puielnieis, and purchiiseis will be enMcKlnnevan Pest Ne. 1W. Meets third SatTract Ne. -- That certain tract of land eon urday night In each month. titled le possesien a seen as the execute reyed te defendant, James DtiW. li itlchiird cash. Weman's Itellef Cerps Ne. SS. Meets first sale hetuN H.Davis and wife, by deed of October tilth. Tuesday in each month. The ptitehascrinust be ptcpaied topremptly IKU, recorded in I). II. ta, I. 1H7, Maen County Jliiiers arc similar te ether people eveeute bend, with upproed security, for the Court Clerk's efllce, being said Ulcliiird II legal price, w bleb COURT DIRECTORY. Davis's one-haof tlietiirm of their father, then Ac te be asked, and when then sec piiiiliiii-- fnmiiliij of salebend shall bear until paid. liitttfNt contain-Themas Davis,deceased,saldeue-hnl- f J. N. KKIKli:. Ing SO acres. raore or less. MASON COUNTV COURT. advertisement in The Lkixskr thai MitRtei t ommi"Slener. f Tract Ne. S The ether of said fnrm ait M.itidm March 4lh, Pr. After Second Monday in Each Menth. devUed te defendant by his father. Themas mtuially regard it as an invitation te ' Maysville Davis, containing P0 acres, mere or less. M.C. Hutchlns, Presiding Judge Gcergo W. Adair, County Attorney.. Maysvllle Tract Ne. :i That certain tract of land, con call. --Ne one likes te go where he is net Maysvllle veyed te defendant by Chamber Ites-- nnd William I). Cochran, Clerk MaysvJHe wife, br deed of February :Ntb, 1MW, recorded invited or wanted. J. C. Jeffersen, Sheriff MayiVJlle Sam P. in D. U.CT, P.:in, said etllce, containing .'Sty I efIrneclnl faclllttM te oiieratoni larzs J.n.Itobersonfuopu,1C8l Mays&jk acres, mero or less. A. DAVIS, Maysville, Ky. or tmall, ter liuJIng ea margins in hech, Maysvflle Tract Ne. 4 -- That certain traet et land conJehn Johnsen. Jailer ,'.i'eiri'eu. Cheap Ilemc-Set'kergralnaorprerUiom. MarKet letter luuea Maywflle veyed te detenditut by James T, Marshall aud Jehn I). Hee, Corener uWIni-- liteit confidential adricaa. Or- On February 12th the Miseiiri Pacific wife, br deed et September lt, lMt. recorded Mays41e J. I). Dye, Assessor en one per rant margin, uur I der llaysvUle in D. R. 71, P. IU'i. ald etllce, containing "n Ilailway will have en sale round trip e. G.W. Ulatterman, Schoel Sup't linv liowie Araue. maiieu I tamp. VAN WINKLE aores. mere or lean. en receipt of tue-ceIQuarterly Court meets Tuesday after 'the Ne..) That ether certain tract et land cursien tickets fiem St. Letus te peiuts Tract cu.SthUoerUaQUuiiainit, uiaaiisiireei, i second Meuday In January, AprlliVJuly I Clilcaue. convened te del endant by sumo parties bs last in the West and Southwest it one fare ana uotenor, ana uas civil jurisdiction te mentioned tract, by deed of January lt. W, the amount of f2U0. recorded in I). II. 77, I. RV'i, said elllcc contain-In- plus 2 for the round tiip Tickets geed !J?4 acre. cmcuiT COURT. tract of land con- twenty days with privtluiie of stepping Tract Nn.fl That v Hen. J. P. Harbeson, Judge.... Flemingsburg veyed te defendant by W. II. DuvMI and wife. at pleasure Address N It Warwick, J. H.Sallee, Commonwealth Att'y... Maysvllle by deed of October recorded in 1). II Maysvllle Isaae M. Woodward, Clerk Agent, 131 Viue street. Cincinnati, O W, P. 18, said efllce, containing 7tl acrti. J, N. Kehoe.Mastor Commissioner ..Maysvflle reeds and .te poles Farmers and Court Meet Tract no. , mat certain tract et ihiiu coil' eyed te defendant by O. I.. Cralir. bv deed of Masen At Maysville first Monday In FebruLivery-Stabl- e Men ! ary nnd June and third Monday in November. teterded In I). 11.77. P ' That all llceiiies gianttd by the Maer. as Fleming At Flcmlngsburg first Monday In said elllce. cetitiiining ? acres, mero or less required by the ordinances of the city of G. N. CllAWKOnD. the leading lllacksralth January .Tuesday after fourth Monday In April Tract Ne. s That certain traet el land Mnjs Hie, shall become beuvht by defendant at public cule. containen Hast Second street, having In his employ a and third Monday in September. ing 8 acres, mero or less. Greenup AtOreenup first Monday In April, Day of January in Kadi Due en the praetical workman and an expert In All of said tracts being In one body and conthird Monday In July aud first Monday In NoMasen ( niCI'lT Cel UT would be glad at all times te accom- vember. Year, anil Shall lie Censitlereil lie- stituting the farm of defendant. .Iame IlavN, Netice and upon which he new resides, containing in Ibt 11. Keltman Ce. et aN , Pl't's, Lewis At Vanceburg third Mondays In Janmodate his old customers. Aside from horseliniiicntif Net I'aid by llie tn against hII about 410 acres. seoeing, he is prepared to de all kinds of work uary nnd May and first Monday in September. I . Derendt'-'- . s Creditors. James T. Davis et als Said land will be sold a a whole or In 1st day of February Ilraeken At ilroekvlllo second Monday In with neatness nnd dispatch, having en hand March, first Monday In July nnd second MeuAll persons holding claim'' against defendof an) 8170 te suit puicliurer nnd proThereafter. duce, most money and purchaser" will tie en- ant, Jumes Uavl, are hereby netllled te appear ntall times Spring Wagons, Carts, Handcarts day In October. as seen as sale bends are before the undersigned at Ills elllcc. Court titled te That ii jati) person shall eporate or carry en and Sleds at the lowest cash prices. Janl8 lm street. Maysvllle. Ky., en or befero the IMh executed. The puruhnser must be prepared in promptly day el March. 1V'i, and make pioef el their any business, occupation or calllug. or de any act ler nlilth a llcuut-- is reitilred without cxecutobend, with approved security, for the demands according te Ian. Olvcn under m hand a Mastei rotnuiH-slenero- f first obtaining a license, such person or per- purchase price, which bend shall biar legal MaKin Circuit Court thl. 4th day of Interest from day of sale until paid. than (M nor mere snus'shall be lined net March, iv.'j. J. N. K lilt OK. J.N Kl'llen M C M C C than ?l(l ter each eficuse. Master Commissioner 'Hint tlioaddltlen of any tioiultyte a license shall net evempt tlie pet seu from whom said That Splendid Dwelling, licensu ma) be collectable, from any penalty tewhlcli hoersho maybe liable for violation IT'S INJURIOUS TO STOP SUDDKXIjY, and don't be Inipedi'd upon liy buyinir 11 of anj of the previsions of the ordinances of Ne. 221 West Second Street. remedy that requires you te de e, as it is the city in rtgard tolicenscs. The following occupations and articles are nothing mero tuan a substitute. In the sudden steiipafre of tobacco you must have subject te license at the rates named s JIWO some stimulant, and in most all cases, the BATHllOOM, 150 Merchants and grocers effect of the stimulant, be it opium, morM Wholesale beer LAUNDRY, phine or ether opiates, lea"es a far worse no Druggists, medicinal purposes m Coaleil neddlers WATKll CLOSET, naini ceuiracieu. ank your 75 .. Coalell poddlers drucrtrist about BACO-C- U With Het and Geld Water. 100 Opticians . USEFUL. AND ORNAMENTAL. RO. It is purely vege: . illlardand table. Ven de net liae te in insurance agents Library, Hall and Fer the Parler, niDlnr-roem- , step usim? tobacco with Ceal scales Kltclimi. Lantern, all styles and price. 3ft Livery stables BACO-CURthe meat delightful odors. It will 10 Motels and restaurants notify veu when te sten and Victuallng-house- s lf Hearding-houses.- . Your system will be as free from nicoSO-A-FSydur desire for tobacco will cease. PewewUm at once. Allluti ! Four-herswagon . . writtine as the day before you took your ilrst chew or smoke. An ironclad wagon.. .. . Mr. L. V.DAVIS. money (Ireat variety of quality and prices. Choice Flaten guarantee te absolutely euro the tobacco Iinbit in ail its terms or wagon voring Kxtructn. Superior (Ireen and Itlacklen. refunded. Frice 51 per box. or a boxes WO days treatment and guaranteed llaggage and express wagons (two Combs, llrcslies. Toilet Articles. Turn Drugs, horse) care) $2 60. Fer sale by all tlrucrfirlsts, or will be sent by mail upon receipt Medicines and 1'atent Medicine. Call at llaggage and express wagons STAMPS if Oil SAMl'LK I10X. Booklets and of price. SEND 0 TW0-0ENi Eureka Chemical and AITtr Ce., La Cresse, Wis. proofs free. C. 3E 4x Iluggy or sulky, used In business or caning.. 3 THE AOENOr rOft Cart or dray . Majsvllle, Ky. DRUGGIST, 1 Dogs (each) . OKHCE OK TllCl'IO VK.KH PllESlt CUMPANV. WILLIAM It. COX, Mayer. Jal0 3w O. W. HeitNiCK, Sunorlntendont. St. Paul, Minn,, Sept. 7th. 18UI t The Champien Ce., I have becn a tobacco tlcnd -- MAYSVILLEEureka Oiemteal and 3r'q Ce., La Crae, Wit. Dear Sir Kenten, 0. past two years have smoked fifteen te twenty cigars regit for taaey years, and during the lariy every day. My whole nervous system became oitectod, until ray physician told me I N. Company, CAN rCUNlBU "Keelcy HMtflva up the use Of tobaeco for the time being at least. I tried the Cm.K and various ether romedlos, but without sucoess, until X accidentally, Fencing of Any Cresting and Weather AND Iren t Three woelts age today I commenced uilng Tour prepsra-tteeMM4ef your"Boe-Curo.- " DOORS, SASn, BLINDS 81x or Style, Vanei, ' The Yew Zatetl Lecat Awetthettca for tht rh4 tetUy I consider myself eompletoly eured, I ana In perf ect health, and the DYE whleh overy lnvoterato smekor npproelates, has completely left I'ainlttlbetruttleH of Tteth. for tobaeco, Verandas. Moldings. Ae. Stere Fixtures and Vss and Bettees for Iren Celrmai, simply wonderf ul, and can fully recdmmend It. Yours Factory-Le- wer dm. I eeetldcr your "Raco-Cure- " 124 Trdrd street. Ladles' and denUe-rnnn- 's S4lr Building Specialties. Fer keeping yeurTeeth and Gutai In erer, Ne. Ceaetary Ora&m'U, HlteMau PesU. O. W. Honmeg. Ja36oed3m Vry truly, use Sapenla, best Teeth wash kaewu. Oarraents Cleaned, Dyed and Pressed. end of street railway. .' Kstlmates furnished en work of any kind. west aeeend street. L. M. MILLS, Masarer. Het and Celd Paths in connection. hazard way by any one who may have them for sale. Consult us. We examine, your eyes scientifically and make the glasses te tit. We can give you the names of hundreds from our prescription hook who have been successfully fitted by our method who nover had glasses te suit them befero. We guarantee satis faction in every case, and make no charge for examination. Dallonger, Jewclcr. Orchard Grass, English Bluegrass, SEED, Mo-lass- Menth. William H. Cox Prcsldent. UEUBIRS. FJnt Ward. Fourth Ward C. D. Itusjell, Rebert Mcklin, I. M. Lane. H.J Newell. Second Ward. fifth Ward. Ooergo W. Cra well, C. D. Poarce, Jr., Qeorge C. Keltb. W. W. DaU. Sixth Ward. TTilrtl Iferd. Firtt Thurtday Eventne in Each J" rtK M f4 a' ii Kentucky Bluegrass, bt M.CRussell&Se11 J. J. FITZGERALD, mJSmJmAJ V JiiJLi issue R.-M- 7 V f I n THE MATSYILLE REPUBLICAN WEEKLY LEDGER. h J " i I ! ." DidU? Wed-nesda- y Commissioner's Sale. M-ev s, ) ' ion.... 1 i 'X EIGHT PAGES! j i te-w- Commissioner's Sale. n FORTY COLUMNS! 1 "J 7S-- ( t f, I If; 1 $1 50 A YEAR! above-mentione- d Mid-dltt- t, i i 1 e lf TRY IT! 1 one-hal- SPECULATION. i 1 Address THOS. I NOW'S TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. SPECIAL g If. Take Netice! lt ATTENTION, horse-shoein- Netice te Creditors par-col- ptx-eMl- 10c.. PER POUND. lrwwwwwwwwww Ie-- Fer Hent. TOP TOB ACCO T DON T Martin Bres. Lamps. 1 cP Coffee-hoiiBC- (one-herto- Lamps. (two-horse- ). noel-taole- O. Rent $20 a Menth. -- o 9 Two-hersOno-hers- (one-hors- o) J. JAS. WOOD D. OUTTEN HAS Iren Ni 3 1 .iiuuiiiiuiaiiiiuiiiiiiiui T. H. SMITH, DENTIST. Maysville Steam Laundry Manufacturing WORKS. V "No-te-bao- B 0s 1. A, ' S