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MAYSVILLE, KY FRIDAY, OCTOBER Cut Glass ONE CENT. In endless varltfty Bern, te the wlfe of Mr. Itobert A. Lane of Mlddletewn, O., a fine son. Mrs. Lane was formerly Miss Lizzie Shepard of this city. The Hopklnsville PostefOco will seen have froe mall dellvery. The postal receipts there last year wero f 10,81, and for free delivery at MoCarthey's. - What May Be Expected Here During tUe The Catlettsburg Public Schools have been olesed en account of the prevalence of diph- next aiuriy six ueur THE LEDGER CODE, k: &l White streamer Slue JHac JUae grew, henkatii-celi)- EI 'twill be; If Illack'i net shown no change we'll see. ttarThti above fereca 'i are made or a period of thirty-itheurt, enUIn at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening. above 'twill bain or snow; r a ta; WAHMEn WOMAN'S WEAPON. x 3rAlI matter ter publication mast be handed In before 0 o'clock In the morn tag of eaeh day. : XSTlf you have an item 0 news, please call up The Ledger, Telephone 33, and send it in. h XST If you have friends visiting you, or If you are Relng away en a visit, plcase drop us neto te that effect. Miss Mae Burgess China of Lexington. Is "What Is n woman' weapon?" I asked a ebarmlng girl; She dropped her lashesshyly And stroked a vagrant curl; Then consciously she tnurmured- Thls rosebud newly eut: "I have rvstreng suspicion ner weapon Is a pout." "What Is a woman's weapon?" I asked a lever true He turned him te a maiden With oyesof heavenly blue Her velvet lips wero parted, All Junocentof guile, And eagerly he answered: "Her weapon Is a smlle." "What Is a woman's weapon?" I asked a poet then. With sudden Inspiration He seized upon his pen. "Oh! I could name a thousand," He cried in accents clear; "But woman's surest weapon, I grant you, is a tear." theria. Great Kanawha Ceke Is made especially for your furnaces and base burners. The beat is net cooked out of It. Fer sale by Win. Davis. All orders taken In the next thirty days for Crayen and Water Coler Portraits will be made for U 00 and tl. MIssAUeyne Hamilton, 418 East Socend street. The Richmond (Va ) Chapter of the Daugh tcrs of the Confederacy bns asked Ctmpters In Kentucky and ether states te aid In raising funds for a monument te Miss Wlnnle Davis. The movemont is belng favorably rccelved all ever the country. m At 10:30 Wednesday morning last Miss Cernelia Bnynten Meade of Birmingham, Ala., and Mr. Charles Crlstopber Sroufe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jehn A. Sreufe of near Dever wero married at the home of the brlde's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Turner Meado. The wedding of Miss Matilda Bonnett Boyd, youngest daughter of Mr. nndMrs. James N. Boyd of Dever, and Mr. Lee Osberno, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Osberno of Tuckahec, is announced to occur en the ovenlng of November 0th at the home of the brlde's parents. the receipts must retch f 10.000. Mr. Hemer B. Buckler, aged 28, of Roberteon county, and Miss Daisy Hendersen, aged 20, of Sardis, married yesterday at the County Clerk's office, Judge Newell officiating. Truth wears well. Peeplo have learned that DeWltt's Llttle Early Hlscrs nre rollable little pills for regulating the bon els, curing constipation and sick headnehc. They don't gripe. Henry W. Kay, adjoining PostelHco. Leslie B. Newman and Miss M. Virginia Wlllerey, and Themas It. Katclltl and Mies Nlnnle B. Hlgden, all of Grange City, Fleming county, wero united in marrlage at the Hetel Ventura, Ashland, Wednesday evening. At all times, whether ypu&j expect te buy or net. Just come right inK make yourself "te home" and see everything; we have. Rich Cut Glass; nethinS nicer Weddine- - i resents. or mere appreciated. beautiful little pieces from $2 50 up. The old stand-blasts a lifetime and. Sterling Silver. then gees t0 the next generation. We're sure te save you money en silver. See our line before Luck Buttens. Iine net shown elsewhreb' nice new Bracelets, Souvenir Hearts, Neck Chains, Scarf2'-Pins, Silver Novelties, Silk Umbrellas, Pocket Beeks and a thousand ether useful and pretty articles we would consider it a pleasure " g -- f! y; 1 te-sho- you. BALLENGER, Jeweler. ,'1 e Our worthy Prcsldent of the Itcbekah State Assembly and Grand Seerctary will be here te visit Friendship Ledge, D. of It., en the 20th The Paducth Fairgrounds of thlrty-throof Ootebor. All the members are kindly re- acres are te be sold te discharge an indebtedpresent at the meeting Ootebor ness of about quested te be 14th te make arrangements te entertaln thorn All but seven of the County Beard of Elecproperly. Mrs. Alice Patme, N. O. tion Commissioners, selected by tbe State Beard, have been organized. AMERICA'S GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT IN NAVAL CONSTRUCTION. the guest of Miss Ella EnsV'OMHOtfesJ I r- - i mi 7 I kJvi V - M ST- T- - .211 . ' v' iV'v j The Masen County Branch of the Kentucky l Union will held Its annual county cenventin at the Murpbysvllle Church en Saturday, October 29th. It is expected that every Sunday-schoo- l In the county will be represented. Sunday-schoon Mrs. Thoe Campbell and llttle daughter are tbome from a visit at Covington. Mrs. D. 0. Frlstoe Is visiting her sister, Mrs. JU. A. Donevan, at Winchester. Mrs. Goerge B. Cay weed of Bwlng Is visiting (her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Daulton. Mrs. Anna Cnappell and ehtldren are home tfrem a visit te Mrs. Oeorge B, Caywood of Ewinsr. Mr. Martin Marshall Maltby of Mass., Is visiting relatives at Wash North-Jiampte- In sums of $1,000 te 85,000 at 6M per cent. In sums of J 3.000 and evor 5 per cent. Milten Johnsen, Atternoy, Maysville, Ky, Jlenev te Lean. THEOddfellews Hall Clothing - COULDN'T A RESIST. Stere! Why se many buy here, and you should, toe. Because we have gained a repntatien for selling only geed Clothing and at modest prices. Yeu see mere styles and better values in our house than any ether in the state. That may seem strange, but it's se just the same. People tell us se, and they knew our Charming Maysville Lady Said te Have Captured His Heart. lngten. W. M. Wilt, the clever Editor of The Fleming G motto, was down yesterday te cee the big show. Messrs. J. F. Barbour and Charles D. I'earce attended the meeting of the State Bankers' .Association at Louisville this week. -- most premising young atterncja, was la the city yesterday Interviewing Buffalo Bin's Heugh Hlders. Mr. Fleward McCartney, eno of Flemings-iegsuurg'- s Tbe Lexington Argonaut says Colonel William L. Yellman of the United States Revenue Service, who for many years has resided in Lexington, Frankfort and many ethor places whero he may have been assigned, is In the city attending the settlement of his mother's estate. Fer tbe past six months Colonel Ycllman has been stationed at Maysville, and while there he has become a victim of the usual fate of old widowers who visit that city. He has fallen bead ever ears In love and he docs net deny It. ington again, he will be a Benedict and hs partner In life will be eno of the Maysville beauties for which that town is famous. It has been a mystery te the Colenol's friends why se baudsome a man had net been captured by Cupid before. The Argonaut hopes the rumors are true, and It wishes the handiome Colenol and his future bride all the happiness In tbe world. Fall and It Is roperted that when he returns to Lex- Mrs. Harry Shanks of Montgomery, Ala., Mrs. Ferrlne Jenkins of West Second street, has gene te Loulsvllle te visit her mother, Mrs. Ien Nail. after a visit te Winter Stock of Clothing Fer Men, Beys and Cliildren is the largest we ever had. It matters not what you want we can fill the bill. The same can be said of our Furnishing Goods Department. In this Department you find the geed and durable moderate price goods up te the very best made. enjoyed an lmmonse trade yesterdny. Edward Grimes of near Bwlng and Miss Lulu Berry of Ellzavllle married at Flemlngs-burg- . All the merchants Jein In saying that they UNOLE SAM "There she is, gentlemen. Total foreign commerce, $1,874,000,000, and a balance of $615,000,000 for the fiscal year 1898. Hew's that for the trade American policy?" Editor Duley of The Mrs. Chunn and faufily have moved from Ferest avenue te a resldonce en West Second gotten rid of the mumps. street. Times-Democr- eille, has taken a Miss Mamle D. HaCfey, foriaerly of Marsposition as Clerk at Rell- .man & Ben's, Cincinnati. ! k I Jnue Lee will leave shortly for Austin, Tex where she has socured a position as teacher la a deaf and dumb school. The Leader in Patronage. i m Has quickly grown to be a feaThemas H. Gray has taken the agoney for 2FH5E5H5E5H5ESE5HS255H- - ture in our business. Like in all the American Tobacco Company at Flemings-burg- , and will probably make a purcbase of we handle only 1,000,000 pounds. Three essentials that go our ether lines, the very best makes. Every pair Twelve towns In Connecticut contain a mate constitute the "Leadjority of all the peeplo In the state. In Texas Shoes we sell we guarantee te tbe urban population Is estlmated at only ing Lecal Paper."::::: wear all right. Loek in our show 300. about 40 per cent. of the total. window and yen will see just Rev. J. N. Edwards, formerly Paster of the The City Council of Richmond has a Franklin Street Baptist Church in Louisville, deg law by which all dogs running enacted what you want in the way of a large THH LKDGKlt leads In has accepted a call te the Pnstorate of the shall be taken te the pound and If at Tee Ledqer yesterday oentalnod six net re nil, nml is the f i ei Ite pnper mce pair of Shoes. Respectfully, First Baptist Church at Wace, Madlseu deemed within forty-eigRev. A. H. Ellis, a Baptist Minister of Lewis hours they will be of tolegraphio news covering the whelo of the people. county, and Miss Mlnnle Honsenof noarTwe county. killed. world that appeared In no ether Maysville Llek, Braoken county, marrled Wednesday at The thirty days' furlough of the Second Mr. Gcergo W Jelly Owensborefaas filed paper. If you want the news, both local and the home of the officiating Minister, Rev. J.C. Kentucky Regiment expires en the lth, and with the Civil Survlceof Commission cbarges J2TCorae in ttI1d ee us run off our editions. genernl, you must takeTne Lkdqek. Helmes of Augusta. a number of the boys, who have been at thelr against Collector Franks and Postmaster Van Our subscription list Is open te the inspection homes In this city, will return te camp at Rensselaer LEADERS IN FINE of Owcnebore, which he wauts in- of Lexington. vestigated. CLOTHING AND SHOES. J. S. Bradley, who has been in the grecory Majer Jehn Walsh, Pension Attorney, has and hardware business at Augusta for twenty years, assigned last woek te Tayler notified Douglas P. Ort that he will draw a Asburyefncar Germantown. The liabilities ponelen of f 0 per mouth from November 18th, are placed at about f 11.000 and asBOts at f 0,000. ISM. Alse William Ress of Washington that he will draw a pension of $0 per month from Joe Helsor Pest Ne. 13, G. A. R , will have a July 14th, 1M, and f s per month from June oamptlre at the Electric Park Thursday, Fri 22d, 1898. . day and Saturday evenlugs, Octebor 20th, L'let andS2d. Several promlneut speakers will be ELOPED TO CINCINNATI. present and thore will be various kinds of The pretty colorings you need for shirtwaists, wrappers autl chilamusement en the grounds. dren's wear. Makes the most comfortable garments for autumn One Mlnute Cough Cure surprises poeplo Members of Prominent Masen County wear pretty, warm, stylish de net soil quickly yet are easy and by Its quick eures and children may take It in ' .1 Families Married Yesterday. safe when laundering is required. The fabric neither shrinks or Tlfll' IT. large quantities without the least danger. It fades under proper treatment. These pretty coloring- shas wen for itself the best reputation of any By Laving a permanent rosldent bnyer in the Eet. and by visits preparation used today for colds, croup, tickA telegram yesterday from Cincinnati te Of eno of the Mayavllle membera of our Arm te the New Yerk market, we avail Royal Blue and Black, ling In the threat or obstinate coughs. relatives bore, announeed a wedding whieh of exceptional advantages in purchasing that are bound te prove te your Gray and Whlte, profit. You'll find tbcae "purchasing advantages" particularly well illustrated in you experi- will be quite a surprise te the happy couple'a Teu invite disappointment when Black and Scarlet, our immense Cleak Department. Wo've collected a stock of Collarettcs, Gapes and ment. DeWltt s tiittle Early Risers are pleas-an- t, scores of friends In this eity and county, Jackets that for Ibwnesa in price, correctness of style and superiority in material and Tan, Pink and Navy, easy, thorough llttle pills. They euro whero'tbey are both prominent in society 'finish we would have no hesitancy in placing alongside of a similar stock in any of constipation and slek boadaeho just as euro as circles. the largest metropolitan stores Lack of space will net permit us te go into details. you take thorn. Henry W, Ray, adjoining Miss Mattle B. Strode of North Ferk came SufOce it te say we've a great line of te Maysville yeiterday morning ostensibly te J Posteffioo. attend the Wild West Shew. CLOTH CAPES from $16 There are about eno hundred ethor compaShertlr after her arrival here she was A Seal Plush Cape stylishly made at 3 40. Prices in plushes. range from ?3 40 te nies and associations writing Accident Insu- Joined by Mr. William T. Bratnel of Wedenla, .$30 at easy grades, giving you the very beet values te suit your purse. rance In the Unlted States. The .Etna UTe and when the 8:50 u. m. C and O. train left the has nearly deublo the oemblnod assets 'of Depot Miss Strode and Mr. Bratnel were en And it will take many a rub and hard ones as well te get .LADIES' and MISSES' JACKETS from $18. them all. E. H. Alexander, Agenti beard, bound for CIuclnnatL through the fabric of these Fast Black Fleece-line- d In all celars, of finest Kersey Cleths, all made te meat the latest requirements of Stockings for A telegram te this city later brought the Compare my "stock" with ether stoekss Dame Fashion. We are showing an exceedingly large assortment of women and children. The strong twisted yarn Is knit doable news of thelr marrlage (a that city, compare my "goods" with ethor goods; comjust at the places where the wear comes, and the price will be as Miss Stredo is a daughter of Mr. Samuel pare my prloes with ethor prlees. Yeu will CHILDREN'S JACKETS, REEFERS, young welcome a surprise as the wear results. Only 23c. pair. Sizes ' And my stock "larger;" tny goods "better," Strode, and is a most accomplished INFANTS' CLOAKS from $12. and prices "lower" by far. Murphy, the lady. te 10. 0 8d Inspect, even if you den.'t wnt te buy. Jee The groom also is a most excellent young Joweler, will net misrepresent his goods. man, and belongs te eno of Masen's promiMeefllcty Cth Mftrgmin. nent families. Men's Cellars, Set Cuffs, 10c; bl&ek satin Tbe news of the weddlng was a surprise te TiMt 10a t ladiN' Vests, t5e worth 8Se. ; blaak-e- the relatives of beta, the brlde aad groom. We. Sample Towels at cost. Hug; and After the eereaeay la Cincinnati Mr. ad CIKttS OF LOW PKIOBf. Mrs.' riOPlHTOll BU KIT1. Csrptt Mt for a start brMal trip. Miss -$13,-008 T. A. Mllchell of Vanoeburg has a position United States Marshall's offlce at Louis-Tllt- e at a salary of S2.000 per year. At the meeting of the Grand Ledge, I. O. 0. T at Winchester this week Dr. M, H. Davis of Maysllek was appointed Grand nerald. Mr. J. F. Barbour was elected eno of the of the Kentucky Bankers' Association at the annual meeting at Louisville this woek. Alfred Adams of Lewis county, who bad both legs taken off by a frelght train last spring. Is in Cincinnati, where he will socure a pair of artificial limbs. Harry Bwlng, who shot Isaae Grllllth about two years age at the latter's home below Aberdeen, li in Jail nt Huntington, W. Va., where be assaulted a Policeman who was try lug te arrest him for fast driving. in the Fancy Lamps at McCarthey'B. Rev. J, S. Fellx of Augusta has accepted a call te a Church at Sbroveport, La. The Supreme Court of the United States convenod Tuesday for the October session. Mr. Tem Shelby of Lexington and Miss Agnes Scott married rocently at the brlde's home near Nlcholasvllle. If you wish te save money In purchasing Geld Glasses, go te Clooney's. His stock Is completo. Eyes fitted free. Itomemberthe old stand, "The Reper," the only Restaurant open summer and winter. Fresh Oysters recelvedm dally. i ChestlneGregsten, a small boy was knocked down yosterday by a carelcss driver en Market street, but fortunately net seriously hurt. Suit was Instituted by the county of Pulaski against William Coepor, late Sherlll of the county, and 45 of his bondsmen for an alleged balanoe of ISM taxes, amounting to about has Freggo have been appointed appraisers of the persenalty of the late Lewis Cracraf t. Better prices were brought by trettors at the recent combination sales at Lexington than for years. Several horses brought mero than t J.000. The llttle country home, near Rlohmend, Va., of Sallle Partington, during the Civil War the most famous actress in the whole Seuth, Is te be sold for a mertgago debt of The Grand Ledgo and Grand Chapter of Mr. Benjamin B. Whlteman of Cliften, Cin- Masens will meet at Loulsvllle next week. cinnati, who has rolatlves in this city, is very Ryan Adams of Dever, whlle cutting corn, ill at his home. almost sovered the mlddle toe en bis right rf35HSH5H5E5H5H5H5H5HS55 feet. Mack Cracratt has qualtlled as Administra(n tor of Lewis Cracraf t, with McCIellan, Lenard Tt,Q t M Yesterday was Butfale Bill Day for a fact, and Maggie Cracratt sureties. and there were, at a conservative estimate, Hltt Gilferd, R. B. Pumpclly and Stephen 15,000 strangers In the city. e-.- c U Heading. LOCAL PAPER. n: i: ru The Leader in News. Our Shee, Department fV Hi W5 H ECHINGEE&C0 I JbLjJzLi Cellarettes, Capes and FRIDAY'S CASH SALE. FRENCH FLANNEL At 25c Jackets! semi-annu- our--selv- 69c. te 50. "Aye, There Is the Euh. $2 98 te 89c. te ROSENAU BROS. ,t tr bars. Bral D. HUNT & SON. U , A i'$.' T. u. vilT1 Tm&;''JM7m ' v ' Pf'-J- ! I -- .. . Edwssd Bsiafjw of eiatlBnatHs the latest kaewa feel te stact the kitehen fire by pouring coalell en it. He deserved xxcxrx Sunday, reunTii or july, and the fate he met, but it's a pity the propCHRISTMAS. erty was damaged $50 worth, Dorike the past six or seven weeks fifty carloads of beer and six carloads of cigarettes have been sent from the United States te the Philippines. The beer is all Jteut . . right; but we can't imagine what the Fil ippinea have done te merit the latter pun ishment. H f3? fgMfcWet jA.r iDlreB Axn , Sv MMMMMMMMI k HsissliliiW IsisBsSMVviiBsiBssVsBsilSiVilssSH MmMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM dsbsiSiIiIIskI snHHiiB1 'ffvtfvtl(ttf !?,? ewxii. -- m .i '$' K tsliHBsillEiissiFHiHsBslVkHssr nwm n JTMrd Street, Building, Ve. fWe LtdgerMayiiUe.Xv. 10 , ADX'AXCS. ... ... '' v 41 a tvsssHls sjBHleiiapj VsiHH BsHi1HliBBBBBBBsBlss IBsslBsilSHBHslwfHI . "8 3Sl vt A They are soiling out rap Idly at the rate of threo a day. If yen want an ."Te'rS'th.-...- - Mx 2Hatlu Twee 3teatiMf fiStirSBED Paje&tt te Currkr e "VMr........ SUBSC&IPTIOXS-I- X Jft'i wHiHiiiiiiiiHsssV a r CASSJSS. a end 0 - .. $3 00 I 50 73 (V ,..)CeU JfentA. A CONUNDRUM. $XL h ITS V EMPIRE DISC DRILL!. fyen better harry. Guaran teed te de what no rther Dril made will de. ThoBrh-pir- e makes no mistakes, bnt makes fridilds always. OCTOBER J898. Fil. Neva Tork Timts. I 3 j f !, San. Mm. Tw. Wad. Thur. SaL J J 't Illgglns Well, I only married you for your money, anyhow. Mrs. Illgglns I with I could tell as easlly what I married you for. Uv Te Date. VINEUNCONCEItH. v VS 1 HERE S THE WSWnWWiSk'ri . . i1 lli'iiHl I T . 7 ! JssHisBsssbL "Fleur has becemo very dear," remarked "Thatdecs net cencorn us," replied Mrs. Tenspet. "We buy bread." Mrs. Qllga). JNEShb 1 LsJ : As91nB9iiHiB 'k. The only Positive and isHnsV9lKlssHB) 3 tv i 23 24 25 26 27 28"29"t 30 31 ... DRIVEN TO XXTKEUES. 4 r Rtcenl, "Did you read about that Iowa preacher who was engaged te seventeen girls?" "Yes; I presume the peer man was trying to keep his choir togcther through the het weather." Chicago TRUE, QUITE TRUE. Chicago Pest, Absolute Feed en earth. Buy an Empire and get the best. THSsB 7 I will THE PEOPLE SUBMIT? Following are the net results of the lnf ameus Ooebel Elostien Commission : Democrats absolutely control the lectien system In every county In Kentucky. In 05 counties tbere are two Democratic and one Republican If that victory at Omdurman had beenan American, instead of an English, oce of the yellow Journals would new be demonstrating that a terrible blunder had been committed and that the plaoe could easily have been taken without the less of a single life. . l ( X We don't keep V CRIMP R00FINQ, we sell it. We sell reefing every day from morning till night. Buy your Eoefing from us and save money and get the best. This Oak FOLDING TROUBLE OF TE COUNTnT EDITOR. 4 3 ? Populists are nearly all Democrats In disguise, having voted and acted with the Democratic party en every Important occasion In recent years. The mask of hypocrisy that was put en when Judge Prteu was elected a member of the State Election Commission has been thrown off, and the Goe-Dconspiracy Is revealed In all Its hldeensness. Has the Republican party been such an enemy te the state and Natien as te Justify these outrages against law and decency te drive or keep it from In 13 ether Commissioner; counties thore are two Democratic and one Populist Commissiener: and in the 11 remaining counties we have solidly Democratic Beards. Republicans are in a helpless minority of eno against two In 05 counties, and in 21 counties they nre absolutely without representation en the Beards that are masters of the election upon all election contests and from whose most Infamous decisions there Is no appeal. The Republican organizations were net permitted te selcct the few Republicans appointed, and it is a notorious Election Gattlpeltt Journal. A frlend wants te knew the origin of the phrase "he Isn't in it." Frem the best Information we can collect It was first used by an editor who died and went te heaven, and loek-o- d for the man who took his paper for flve years and then ret used te pay for It. X RACING ri S.? C0 4 BUSINESS. Sae ' Pi : a e XfT" BED, UTgM i TWO-HORS- E PhilaiUlphla Call. "Jehn, dear, does your business bring you Inte contact with publishers?" asked the innocent little wife. why de you nsk?" f, n FARM WAGONS "Ves," Jehn replled hesitatingly. "But "Teu were talking in your sleep about bookmakers." u,.-,., SsOSz ?, glftfclU LI UM I L i ( - Complete with bed and seat, s j $47.25. Slnile 4i, hlck- - nut of d ery. Gears, $37. fact that the new ClcDrianil Leader. SUE KNEW. el Her Little Brether Sit down In the parlor. Sls'll be here us seen as she gits through givin her face a swipe with the powder rag. Sir. Simperlng And what did she say when you told her I was bore? Her Llttle Brether She said she knewed when the window come down en her thumb Monday merntn" that this was gein' te be a unlucky week for her. power? l Is the supremacy of WnxiAU d followers se and his Important te the welfare of Kentucky as te condone this unspeakable rape of the ballet? Will the people submit? Gee-bshlyh-handc- X t v ItapcBLiCAna cannot afford te vote for any man who upholds the Free-silve- r 0UJ J vmtwinM RELIEF IN SIOnT. A shoal of herrings is supposed te number Puck. from 500,000 te 1,000,000. Spanish Statesman Hurrah! Vive We are saved. The American Government is new threatened with enetales at home. Anether Spanish Statesman Ah, goedl Who are they Indians or the old Confederates? Spanish Statesman Neither. I just read His-panl- mn 9syssS e ( The Price Fighter: BAXSKOAD TZKB TABLES. Mrs. Annle Kline Rlckcrt, once a famous Confederato spy, is new President of the AND OIUO. MAYBTILLB DITISIOM. Stockton and Tuolumne County Railroad, a C1HCIHHATI DIVIBIOH CHlBXPJtlKX .VouUteotind. a. m. Ne. 16J0-Osixty-miltrack In California. no i..i p. m,- Leives Marsvllle ai' . p. m.1 Ne. 18.6-2East 6:17 a. m.xer PaHs.xex' Ne. 20...70 p. m.j Mere than twenty million f ree samples of lngten ,ClnelnBtl(Kleh. Ne.4...Wp.m DeWttt's Witch Haze Salve have been distrimendi Stanford, Llv- fNe. U.J:30.Bi.f lngsten, Jollleo, Mlddlesborengh, Cumberland buted by the manufacturers. What better a. ra Ne. Gap, Frankfort, Louisville and points en N. proof of their oenfldenoe In Its merits de you TT NO. IT.. 8 50 a.m. TTDUTEr and M. V., Eastern Division. Ne.a,JJ5 D.m. N.Leaves Maysville want? It cures piles, burns, scalds, sores, in at l.-- p. m.f or Paris, ClnNO. 184.S5 p. a. the shortest space of tlme. Henry W. Ray, olnnatl, Lexington, Winchester. Klchstenc Dally. Dally except' Bunday. F. V. V. and points en N. N. and M. V., Eastern Divisadjoining Postefflco. Limited Ne. 3 arrives at Washington 8:17 a. m., ion. Northbound. Baltimore 8:00 a. m., Philadelphia 10:16 a. mM m. an Arrive at Maysville at 9:15-New Tork 18: p. ji. F. F. V. Limited Ne. 8 p.m. arrives at Cincinnati at 5:15 p. m. All trains dally except Sunday. Washington Express Ne. 4 arrives at Washington 8:15 p. m New Tork 9:06 p. m. CincinFRANKFORT AND nati Fast Line Ne. 1 arrives at Clnelnnatl at 7:65 a. m. CINCINNATI RAILWAY.. Pullman Sleeping Car Service to Rlohmend BHTWTB1N and Old Point Comfert by trains 2 and . Direet connection at Clneinnattl for all points FRANKFORT, West and Seuth, Nes. 1. 3, 8 and 1 de net step between Maya-VlllGEORGETOWN, and Newport. Ky. CARLISLE, Trains 16, 17. 18, 19 and SO step at the St. Charles Hetel for passengers. MAYSVILLE Fer full information and rates te all points East and West apply te THOMAS A.GARRI-GAN- , Bead Down, via pabib and k. e. Rek&TJp.. Southeastern Passenger Agent, Huntington, W. Va. 8:8e' i:O0Lv... Frankfort... .Ar li:65 7 " ..Georgetown.. " 10:10 8:00 1:80 8 HO Donet.Grand Cen6:10 Ar Lv 9:30 Paris tral Stu"en. City 6:80 Lv Paris Ar 7:17 8:30 .Tlofeet (imce. S. E. 8:251 "....Maysville.... " 5:62l 1:BQeonrer Keiirtli and Vine ktreeis. 1112. Dally. rDallyllexeept Suu-daS.-VAJCDEBBlXT STSTKjB'"' tSueday only. nParlerOnr. bSIoed- lng Car, Trains loave and arrive Cincinnati CLEVELAND, as fellows : . e WHAT THEY COST. that the Populists the American peasantry recently met and publicly denounced the United States Government. Hew Much Americans Pay Each Year ForVariens Articles. IilQUOU LEADS A LONG WAYS. t. - Twe New Yerk women have returned harbor in tbe world. V from the Klendike and report an appal- - There are 230 glaciers in the Alps said te be The accompanying diagram table is deslgned to show hew the people of the United States line death rata at Dawsen City. Of ever five miles In length. r' course Secretary of War Alger Is te Englishwomen are said to average two Inches spend their money, or the greater part of it It shows that we spend ever three times as mere In helgth than Americans. blame for this. much for liquors as for flour, and nearly ten Alexandria possesses the largest artificial Have the citizens and property owners of. Mavsville any rights that the City Council feels bound te respect; or is the City Council the Master instead of the Servant of the people? i It is announced that Jehn D. Recke-feelk- u will furnish funds to purchase the ground and te build a large social settlement heuso in the Italian district of Cleveland. Wonder if Blatherskite Debs and the balance of the "Walking Delegates" who work with their mouths will consent te this gift of Mr. Rockefeller? The Mexican Red Cress Society has cabled 37,600 in geld for the relief of sick soldiers returning te Spain. As Mexico country at a ratio of 16 is a Free-silve- r te 1, and as she had, at last official report. a stock or only ?3,uuu,uuu gem en nana while she had $97,000,000 in silver, it's a wonder she hadn't cabled $7,000 in silver. fk Why was this? The Building Committee of the Washington Fire Company has put up an ? Building that is an ornament te M the city and a credit te the generous citizen who subscribed se liberally toward an outrage that y it. It is little short of the new building should be endangered "from the same source that destroyed the Opera-h? ouse 1 Gentlemen of the CitT Council. the friends of the Opera house appeal te you for protection . old one. 'TKJeJJbaay Arfcni saya it is noteworthy t (xe,teaB"i41000;000 have been given by wealthy citizens of the United States for the Q aiVbeHt of the public. These large donsAJew, hate been distributed as fMJOWi: UOtMgw, i,vw,vw; cuanucs, j "vf fft,Q0U,00U; Lfcarewi,, jj.ew.wuu; iiera ,.- -, mamma, etc., flGUQ,U0U. UI the f,rv-ir- i BuxiBg up ibis granu total, turee j.j nmuvi. ": , uw,w, XSMTSI HWMW I,VW,W, kTIKl titnnivvi. BAM.fiOeh ten 1900.000. aid twenty Ift v Cktm.m k ur " ifcN,ttMN M '. f"f eeld If tKift) were 6ilIlenb me such - greaf dena- Germany has today 103 beet sugar factories, tlinea as much as for Churches. This liquor of which number Prussia has 312. bill Is even bigger than the meat bill, and The bitterness of a grain of. strychnlne can about six times as great as the money we spend en publle education. The table apbe tasted In 000,000 grains of water. The most rapidly growing of German cities Is pears In an Interesting llttle pamphlet, "The Duesselderf. Twelve years age It had 100,000 Prohibition Handbook," published by the Funk & Wagnalls Cempany: Inhabitants. Today it has 100,000. t 5,000,000 greatest height ever reached In a bal- FOUBIGN MISSIONS The I loon was 20,160 feet. Twe of the threo fun 35,000,000 DBICK nauts who made this ascent were suffocated. LW The grape cure which is popular In Southern POTATOES 110,000,000 Europe, was advocated enthusiastically by Hkfeufc medical writers as early as the tenth century. CHURCHES 125,000,000 The Italian criminologist. Dr. Ferrians, 165,000,000 found that of 2,000 J u venile criminals 1,112 were PUBLIC EDUCATION idlers. The prevailing crime was theft, being 165,000,000 1,182 of the whole. SILK GOODS The bank oheeks passing through the clear175,000,000 inghouse in Londen and New Yerk In one FURNITURE month exceed the value all the geld and 223,000,000 SUGAR AND MOLASSES silver coin in the world. According to The Bozenor Zeltung, the Re250,000,000 WOOLEN GOODS man Church in Austria alone (without Hun gary) has capital and property amounting In BOOTS AND SHOES 335,000,000 value te 009,769,890 florles. In Japan a man can live like a gentleman en FLOUR.. 315,000,000 60 pounds a year. ThU sum will pay the rent of a house, the wagss of two servants PRINTING AND PUBLISHING.. 370,000,000 and supply plenty of feed. 380,000,000 A Londen specialist says the most expensive OOTTONGOODj.. drug is called I'byaestlgmlne, as ounce of 105,000,000 which would cost nearly $1,000,000. It is pre- SAWED LUMBER pared from tbe Calabar bean, and Is used is 515,000,000 TOBACCO diseases of the eye. Dr. Paul Goldmann declares that Chinamen 560,000,000 make the most obedient. Industrious and trust IRONAND8TERLi4iiii. worthy of sailors, Judging by his experiences en Oriental vessels. Many of them have at MEATiiKiiiiiiiiiiMiii6701000,000 semo tlme belonged te the crew of pirate l,080,bOO.OOO LIQUORS ships en which dlsolpllne Is especially striet. Thirty secioty women of Bawling Green, O., led by the wife of a prominent State Senater, have denned calico dresses and begun work WeefferOne Hundred Dollars Heward for peeling tomatoes at Scents a bucketful. They te set aa example te many girls of the any ease of Catarrh that oennot be cured by de this place wbe need employment but are toe Hall's Catarrh Cure. 7. J. CHXirxT & Ce., . proud te seek It In a canning factory. Proprletdrs.Teledo, O. A' servant of the late Prinee DIsmarek, We the nnderslgned have known V, 3. eight years Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him named Ren rig, who for the last hadeut the Iren Chancellor's hair, kept the perfectly honorable In all business translocks by permission, and is new trying te sell actions and financially able te carry out any them, no finds dIOculty In persuading the obligation made by their firm, German public that his relies are genuine, Wxst & ThtJAX, owing te tbe widespread tradition established WboJesaleDruggista.Telodo.O. by tbe carieaturlsta that DIsmarek had only Wai,dire,Kij(iak4Mabvih, i WheksaleDruggHts, Teledo O. three hairs en the tej of his bead. Ha'll's'Catftrrti Dure Is taken Internally, TO CCRK.A qOLD IK ONE AY, rie7Se.rbdtile. Sel4 TakeLaxatlve BremQu4alsTableta.Alidruts ceef fhesye. gists ref usd the' tneisey If It falls te eurS lid. briui dWiiftfiW. TsiiteeWs f ree. IhhM. fk'Lilr t The genuine ks LB. Q. en each tablet. ' Hfcr-lta- Advertising 0 6.-9- Resumption Tele-phen- o, W. y. ' OUIO DIVISION THAIKS EAST. ??SSSSBLllSHsVsk Means business I resumption It is wise te start early It is wiser never te step If It pays te keep your front doers open, It must pay to keep your name before the readers of TILE LEIjGE&-th- ey are yenr customers f Arrive. Trains. 13:05pm s Wash..Ralt.Fblla. and N. 6:30pm Y., with ainlng-ca- r 6:35pm s Wash., Bait., Phlla. and N dining-ear.ueXmWIUi 8:00 am al Blue Flver t 7:20 am Parkersburg.Marietta and t 3:35pm way stations 9:80pm Parkersburg and way sta tiens 7:30Dm t 2:00pm Hlllsbore ExDress & Hlllsbore Ex. t a :30 pm Chlllicotbe zan;, Wheeling, HO :16 am 8:00am p ueium,, Pitts, and San. Day Ex. 5:45pm 7:30pm s Celum., Zan., Wheeling ana rius.aignt asx 7:80 am 3:8) am Cincinnati and Columbus, Early Morning Express 7:80 mm t 2:00pm uoiumeus.zan.ana wnoei' lng Fast Express....... 7:80 pm iV1 mVini UawbvU T and Cambridge Express 1 12:25pm 1 5:16 pm Olanebester and Interme t'8:80'asa diate points wnsr. msflisaipri uiviaiON trains Leave. y' OINOINNATU CHICAGO and ST. LOVIB - RAILWAT. Tieket offlees, N.W. comer Fourth and Vine, and Central Union Station, Third and Central avenue, Clnelnnatl. ett and NerthtcM. Only line running through ears Inte New-YerCity without ferriage or transfer, landing passengers In the Grand Central Statiea.. k Forty-seoon- CUCTJnJLVD DITISIOM. .,. Cleveland, d Dally. d street; only through ear line tar Bosten, and only line running solid trains te sad 17 milt shertesti. Kieept Sunday, t Sunday only Through TriHnt. , i N. Arrivt. LttHfi. T. and Bes. Southwestern Ves. Llm.... 66:00 v.la. dW:a.a Bea. and N, T. Express 48:00 euieJ :ev.,. i.ana uei... lvBuffJMN.Y... 6M p.m. num.asa aynngaeta 4WtWjsC umhus AjoeenMBQds, :is 9:00 am s St. 8:15 pm CUX THIS OUT. 8:80asa 6:10 am 8:15 pm It Will V SaVe Yea Valuable Time as9 Ne 0:00 am 1:00 pm 1 1:30 pm little IaeeBVCBleaw. 3etp7 stew. ftavutca BUmpa are He sale at the OeUcoter's oSee, Ne. 1 East Third 8:00am 8:Kam 2:66pm ll:8Crpml frecalteSp.tn. It eteses at 10 o'clock a, hi. en the day TbeoSeoIs open from 8 c a. te 12 kl, and pro-eedt- B. AND O. WllaM the last day of every taentk, mud does at open again until 8o'eleeka.m.of the 1st day of the succeeding meats. IS the month ends en Sunday, t&e efflee will close at 10 o'eloek e Tricky, These hours are rendered wmmtj in or- Mr JRBt me prepter wwy mj wa nuu nuu reports seat te the sfefede. . fiite it la your It you wilt cut this fct, U say save ye aimey twee. out'! "H Clnelnnatl te New Orleans, through Memphis, . without change. 11:80 p, in. Express, dally, has Pullman BufBleeping Car and Day Coaehes, Ctnelnnatl fet te New Orleans, through Memphl without evange. Fer detail JnforUlevrajNurd4g rates. time en connecting hMM,ie ilBiag uara, eic.fartw w. AJMftt. or Aaawral PaMeuc m fFwBnJnsj'V HOOTB TO HJIW OBLXAKB VIA UMUTMia. 3:66 p. m. Express, dally-ba- s free Roellulcg Chair Car and Pullman HulTet BleeFlflg Car, B.-- 6:08 p.m. lddletewn 7iM a.m. Leuis Limited, direet COLUMBUS AND gAKDUWT. connections for all 6:60pm Formerly P., B. end Cj JMOread. points West.,. ,. s St. Leuis and Louisville 7130am Sandusky..., Night Express deuOpsi.1 W:10 11 :80 am SL,Loula8Deolalj...i f7i80a.B3. Sandusky St. Leuis and Inter, 8ta..., t7i06pm Deardstewn. Springfield & t 6:60 pm OVOAOO DITISION. -rana, in cwam Weet, Werth and NerBritML ran a, Bpnmrneia, xioares-town A Shawnee 111... 7:30am Solid VesUbuledTTalas, Dining Crt,,WgBr Compartment and Stasdard SleepMitchell and Int. Btatlens . 1 9:60 am ers and Parler. .Cars. North Vernen ft Int. Bta... 1 9:60 am A InSUifiaveUsLdfBVeiU-aiiAJChieaae6:08pm Louisville, New Albany 6:10am Jeffersonville . pLeu., N. A'. Madisen..; 11 :55am ChUaQO TrewM s Louisville & New Orleans eeassuM. Mink.ae 11:80 p.JB. 47: 6:10am Arrlveatthenewpa-- ! .aa, tbreuBh Memphis s De, Night Bxprws.1 ...... Tl:65am seegesr station, ie d7ip.W. efuth street d8:80p.a. d6;16B.sa. W.asidsfstDjreld... rs;aa. a.; : :p.i .sagpjsr .. :5 M , ; t!diaatpeHs.. ;H- nae.. 8:lSp.W. :! - Ifik, ke2k and devthiut. : ' Twautea4 MM..IU:V)l).re.l upsMu'wi-va.et- t BH-,tll- is- - lata t flAjavdkJidLl Isssrf M VfuAAtdus rw V snpsrf A nranfr ClnjsiUaAAsf wasfssrnsrt. vmtmR BAil.V. . HAMAS A. S i. r. Mnl FsWI wjlpT. A., CiSS 9 ' ", ' Jl ' at ' t'l V d t ' - 4 Vi rfi ' JSf , i i'Ci w. &$& ' V& s if U FM ','.. '.T; 5f rV ' ' n 'w "', .T Hr sV IM'&tHBS fill rlTfib V BAYONETS. State Militia Prevent Im- L , .ported. Negro Miners Frem Landing atVirdfcri, 111. PS I !tbe train complied te j move a ! General Manager. ImKens Formal Re quest That the Negroes Be Allowed te Jfaoxnberk Unheeded. rTM OflSeer te Oemmnnct Bald He Wm Da4t-- r OrtJcrt Prem Om, Tannvr and , "Weald Obey' loetreotloo- - The (Train ; Shea Foiled Oat Par tbe Beuth. i ', ! fe I1L, Oct 14. alie e:clte-meof Wednesday prien te the of the Negro train, was equaled Thursday nLght when it beenmeknewn that s special train consisting of one teat car, three apparently empty Pt coaches smd a caboose that passed through here at 0tS5 Thursday evening-jbdetvear leads of Negroes taken through here te Springfield Weclnes-flaTbe train went south and by n Clever ruae succeeded in passing through Virden quietly end without Interference A big crowd of miners waa at the station but the militia held thorn in ehecli. When the train stepped at the stock-adCapt Fevicr, who was in com"Don't allow mand, then sheuted: any eno te disembark from that train." The gate was opened and a file of Boldlers rushed ouien the double quick with fixed bayonets and lined up along slde of the train. Gcneral Manager Lukens made, a formal request that their empleyes be allowed te land and enter the stockade. Cap t. Fe vler , te grant this. Then Lukens put Ivin tha form of a demand, but the effl- ts cer replied that he was under erdors from Gov.Tcusner te prevent the of any Negro miners at the works and he would have te carry out General Manager these instructions. Lukens protestod in vain and the " 'train pulled out headed south. By this time the advance guard of strikers gathered at the depot- had ad1 vanced up the track te within 100 yards of the stoekode. The presence of armed blue coats in the lookout boxes ovidently halted them as they remained thbrc until the train passed, when they greeted it with waving hats and cheers for Gov. Tanner, who - they believed had been Instr'umental d In starting the blacks en their journey. Stbikevibld, 111, Oct 14. William Harmen,-a-mlne- r of Girard, died here Thursday night, malting the four tejenth death as a result of the riot in "Virien Wednesday. VrnDE, IU., Oct 14. At 10:20 o'clock Thursday a special train arrived bear lib Troops 1A twd (dismeunted1 caval ry' from Chicago, sad three companies oiiEens of Veterans. CeL Yeung stated that he had no definite erdors ether than te relnforce tie soldiers already here. SPBiNernuj, I1L, Oct 14. Ernest libng, the Mount 01jve miner shot ihreugh tbs chest In the battle at Virden Wednesday and brought te St Uehns hospital after the fight, died ' Thursday. Herman and Bosten are both alive and did net die en the 1' train, nerm&n1. death is momentarily expected at the hospital. VniDBN, al y. mt e o will probably be put into service next month. Twe IS knot tugboats,-whieTha VTlBeer In THurtdA's' Games Were! are new being built at navy yards, rhlldlphl (8), Bmltlraere, Chi have made rapid progress in the cage Red New Yerk. nt New The United States Will Soen Eanlc last month, the Ponaceckper cent, Yerk being rated at (53 1 ;t t Innings: I 9 it. a x. Pittsburgh... Third Among the Great the and Pawtucket at Mare 10000000-18- 8 5 0 8 Chicago 0 10 island at 00 cent The sailing ship Naval Powers. Dattcrles Oirdlncr and Schrlver; Tayler Chesapeake, building at the.Utt.h Iren and Nichols. Umpires McDonald and Swart works, for U90 as a training vessel at weed. InninpK 18 3 4 6 0 7 -n. It. E. A BIG CONSTRUCTION PROuBAMME. the naval academy, is 80 per cent 0 3001010-57-3 NewYerft, ready. She has the distinction of Washington...... 1 the first 6heathed vcsstl designed BatterlefrRusta and Warner; Mercer and FsrreL Umpire Hunt. FlftyFlvb War Vessels with Large for the American navy and the first Game eellcd en account of darkness. sailing vessel laid down for naval pur Tonnage Are New Under Contract n. s. ItmlBgs: poses in ever 20 years. The last ahlp 12 3 4 6 6 7 8 8 0000130-65for tlie Government. Baltimore 2 under construction, except theso .4 Uosteo. whose keels have net bten laid, is MoJemes and Hc?den; Willis and B&tterleft Yaeger. Umpire. Drewn and Oanney. the cruiser Albany, building at ArmTwenty of the Yeitels Are In Various Stage Fn-sOnmei strongs, Elswlck, England. 8he was of headlneet and the Shipbuilder Are Inniags: 18 3 4 6 0 7 8 -n. n. z. only 40 per cent completed when pur Hurriedly Gathering Material for 10 0 Phttdelphia...O O0B02O0--- 6 chased togethor with the cruiser New Construction of tbe Other. 0 Broettlro Orleans from the Brazilian govern BatterteeOrtb and MoFerland; Yesger sod Smith. Umpires Ooneoll? and Smith. ment Just before war with Spain was WAsnwaTetr, Oct 14. The remark Second game. and Innlngii 18 8 4 n. n. e.3 able rapidity with which the naval declared, weekswork was only begun en tfge. The contractors 0 10 Philadelphia ...8 8 0 0 power of the United States is being hsr two 1 0 E 8 0 6 6 8 BroeStlyn have all material ready and hnve increased at tbe pre sent time may be Dnttcrlet Orth and MeFarlandt Hepper realized when it is stated that 63 war premissd te deliver her within six sad Grim. Umpires Connelly and Smith. vessels are new under contract for months, Game celled en account el darkness. the government and that thelr aggreA LONG WALK. Hew They Stand. Wen Lest. P. C gate tennago far exceeds that of the Clubs Dakota Beb," en a Wager of 83,000, la .C82 101 47 vessels building at any one time in the Dosten .640 96 5! Ualtimore Tramping Frem New Yerk te Bjlu Vrun- civil war. This vast construction .60S 62 Cincinnati .60 enco Arrive In Washln-te- n. which has excited .667 pregramme, 65 6i Chicago .549 mero 80 M Cleveland attention abroad than at Washington. Oct. 14. 78 70 .627 Philadelphia "Dakota home has been authorized grad.610 73 76 NcwYerk Beb," the picturesque, .490 by congress 75 72 ually Pittsburgh until the sombrero-coverewalkSO .4M 63 Louls-llvessels spen te be completed will place .361 53 91 Brooklyn er, spent Thursday in the national the United States third in rank among .337 51 100 Washington wager .C64 39 109 SU Leuis the sea powers. In addition te the capital. On a New of 53,000 he is tramping from Yerk te San enormous fleet, including auxiliaries, via Baltimore, WashFrancisce, IN A MINE. .actually in commission at the present EXPLOSION ington, Richmond, Atlanta, time, SO vessels are in various stages New Orleans- and El Pase, Five Men Were Killed and Eleven Injured In a Colliery at Ceatdale, Near HASEBALL. aVaVvtaVaVBv'leBPBaBVBPBVVPlBaV etksflsHs0sHsllBsilllL aBWBte B H U 000801 pr S- 1010000357 9--R. be-i- ng 00100000685 6- t 00000100141 & 8- - . rT V W ak m. flr aBsHVatsaVar aV BaP ' eben-halrc- le long-distanc- e VsW M V laB Tulla-hosse- e. - P m ataTlsiaaHaMsamlaHHH W atW - ' Tatnaqua, Fa. " dlseru-barkin- g - home-war- Tauaqua, Pa., Oct. 14. Five men were killed and 11 injured by an of gas Thursday afternoon in colliery Ne. a, at Cealdalo, near here. In consequence of fire which originated in the left section of the mine some months age, shifts of men wero put te work driving holes from the gangway through whieh water was te be foread upon tha fiames. Whila the men wero building adorn tobackupthe the afternoon water Thursday Nearly a gangway caught fire. of gallons thousand hundred water was turned into the holes and almost immediately a terrifie explosion occurred, followed in quick succession by four lighter explosions of such ferco that the gengway was tern np for evor 800 feet and the workmen were blown about in all directions. Rescue gangs wero put te work and an hour later it wns thought that all the dead and injured had been found, although the soareh was under way Thursday night, when the fire was still burning. PERMANENT GARRISON. Gen. Broeke Directed by the War Depart deal te Eitabllih One en tbe Iilaml of Porte Rice. b.8B A jafEvUtaWEtfaVif sr9uBJsaH What a feel I Ve been net to try it before I S j Remember the name you j 1 S buy again. IS Jel utl fi" awllllPf ii"3li.iij'j"3ft!jii ZjjLi "Sis (iiffS rTlii 1 Irl'lH'B 1 &mmmmm&&$mQ3&mmmmmm Illinois lias $5,000,000 Invested In nurseries. Rip yfj RIDING OK THE RAIL! LOOK II Ell E FOIt BATES AXI TjOW It A TES. heading of "Help WantrA," "SltHdUeni Wanttd,""Ijtt," "Found," Ac., efanacupla-6!nature, ami net te cxetedthree lines, en thU page.nre FREE te all. IV V S HUil IO i the e uj3 piJjjl It" jelJ 1 iSI 1 HUMICll'AX ARCU FOB THD CTULCAGO i Ha i PEACG JUBILEE. He left New 9,200 miles. September 23, and te win hiB '' 7w tert Wabuinoten, Oct 14. Gen. Broeke been directed by the war department te conslder the subject of a permanent garrison for the island of Porte Rica With the troops new en the Island and theso en route, exclusive of these en the island whehava been ordered home, Gen. Broeke's command consists of about eight thousand men. He is inclined te the belief that a ferco of 0,000 te 7,000 will be ample as a garrison for the island. Whether regiments of regulars will be sent te Porte Rice will depend upon the recommendation of Gen. Broeke. Ontk BOIrs Cbeered. Neb., Oot 14. Gem. Nelsen At all events it is net likely, in the AvtMiles was the central figure in the opinion of war department officials, recaptien tendered te army heroes at that any regulars will be ordered te the island Defere the flrotef ncxtycar. the exposition Thursday. Gov. spoke tn welcome te the guests o'f'we day. The governor alluded te FRENCH LINE OP STEAMERS. . Gei Miles as the here of two wars, which lncttedMv tamult of eheers and It Will Plf Between San FrdncUoe and Havre Vrlnelpal Perta of Sdntb Ateer-- , h'tndelapping, which did net subside lea WUt Be Touched. PresHdeat Wattles led the soldier te the front of the San Francisce, Oot 14. It is curplatform, when the crowd arose and rently repertod in commeroiol circles greeted hits with tares ringing cheers. that the Chargucrs Reunls line of TTrench steamers will be extended te , . Mtaea la JnU. " 'OerflTX, Oot 14. VJm. J. Halde this city and that they will ply this pert and Havre. It is man, the slayer of that vessels are new In the oustedy of 'the .understood France built for in In evading being authorities the and trade that arrest nutfi the grand Jtiry had filed this an Indictment for first degree murder principal ports of Beuth America will against him for his rime. Haldcman os included in the list of stepping surrendered himself Thursday and la places. The agent of the company is new investigating the wharfage facilinew. in jalL ties of this city and has been assured Cebsn Olrl that every facility will be tendered Heiimesa, 8. D., Oot 14 Eamona the company should it be decided te Perez, a pretty Cuban girl, IiVo4Vte put en a line of steamers. of reach her lever, AJbeVt this place, beat her wa,ia!tnale attire Tbe Death of MaJ. Ueebe. from a raaeb ob ',tke Ceyenne river. HAVANA, Oct 14. Gen. Gonzales When she raAedlNre and found her Parrade and Adm. Manterola, of the lever abetiteiria)ynsAmerlcan girl Spanish evacuation commission, visBhe'.ie!,tratlng maniea ited the United States evacuation com mlsslenera Thursday te tender .thelr . . Te4s!eMtha)(svy. tSTOOl?ii0Ut,, Hweden, Oct, 15. The condolence en the death of Maj- Beebe. BjinlsUr of marine has deeided te pre. Gen. Parrade bero a personal message peee te the riksdag that a qredlt of frem1 Capt Gen. Blance expressing his ever twenty million krener be voted ay pathy, for naval requlremente. These will Si. IenU la Gala Atttr. s include the purehne of three St. Lbura, Oot 14. In anticipation Ironclads, etitimunitiea, torpe-do-e rt "President MeKinley's visit to St and aUbcBMftaM mnW. Leuis Friday the city 1b again putting .i . in Jen its gala dress and bunting and among the iVKR;kCel, Oct, Jpseph pags appear everywhere down-tow- n buildings of, ihe battleship decorations en Welntyre,,chapltf Orejrea who hU been sentenced by tsnd residences. OHrt'saartlal ie be dismissed fremine1 Will Meet la Xs)svllla In 190L 'ettde; lM sferlB freaa, nerfeva FrrxSBUM?, Oot 14. Louisville, Ky., . retMtMis aii eenSned efced. Hia has been, selected for the next; trienwiM aUw ke Ue te see nial' con clave 'of the Knights' Templar Ihiaa. Ilk ikh Hei-com- b cruiser. Chief Constructor Hlohbern has completed a tabulated statement showing the degree of completion of the SO vessels new nearly ready for commission or rapidly approaching that condition, from whieh it appears that 17 of theso vessels have already been launched and that the ethers will be afloat before the end of this year. Of the five battle ships, the Kearsarge, the Kentucky and the Illinois, building at Newport News, Ve,, are respectively 68, CO and SS per cent com-plete. te October 15th, 1808. On account of and Interhurriedly gathering the material for Yerk en F OH KENT. Of the 03 vessels, eight are wager be must reach San Francisce by fJORRENT Dwelllogef neroerusaiul kitchen; national Exposition at Omaha the C. and O. 33 ethera tickets Mayville te Omaha j. het ana coin nater. pleasantly situated. Ap- - will Bell round-triheavily armored July 1, next year. This is his fourth ply te W D. C'OCH RAX. aep.i ii at rate of f 35 TO, and Kansas City at rate et ' SS are torpedo beats, four walk across the continent. battle ships, Ue made FOR RENT Desirable storehouse property, in 29 20. Tickets en sale July 10th te October is located Mt. Clllead I'osteflire: are monitors and eno is a powerful one trip from San Frunclsoe te New geed dwelllnr and one the the Imsi stands In the 15th; return limit November ltth. Pt of readiness and the shipbuilders are a distance of lancerfail tozemtthiflrtt time, we invite atmnnv repetitions at are neeeesenry te secure what ynuadvertisefer. We with the adverli'trt te feel that they are net Imposing en u by using A if Zenal Cotu'ctte of CJirtgttan our free column. Vuurcliet Chuttanoega, Teun,, Adrerllsemenf enri he left at nur eflce or tent October 18th te Hint, 1808. through the mail te ' Fer the above occasion the C. and O. will THE PUBLIC LEDGEJt, Xn.tOE. Thitd Street. sell round trip tickets at rate of eno fare, (10 15, Marsvllle te Chattanooga. Tickets en WATtTW. tale October lilh te 17th Inclusive. Return vxchnnite a Braall Bay Hprse. i limit Octebor 24th. TirANTED-- Te VV reed worker for a one burse "iirlimunren Call en or adilre3 J. L. MARKWF.LL, Foxport, Ky. ectll Iw Kannan Citv and Return 999 20, Omaha, Xeb.,anlilteturn $85 70, Olrl te de WANTED Mrs. JOHNgeneral houeen erlc. West 21. IIAIN8, 182 via the. C. and O., June, 10th Third street. ectll , 1 Trans-Mtrsissipp SfSa Ttutinta without pay. Advertisement inserted first-clas- s, sea-goin- g -- Yerk In six months and pays his own expenses. IS days. He county. Apply te Dr. J. J COOK, Wtdenla, or MImLIDK MOKKHEAD, Mt (Ulead. sepStl Z.OSS. Kid Gleve. Return te this efflce. ectll tw OST A lady's 1'ocLet.beolc, containing a sum J of money. Return te this efflce and receive reward. ectll In T OST-W- hite T&E PRESIDENT'S TRIP. Larc Oreet nttn at lie Paeied Enitward Threagh Iowa A Crtuh , at borUegten. Vreerd pt On October 3d, 4th, 10th, Uth, 17th, 18th, S4th and 2.5th the Missouri Pacific Hallway Com- Omaha Expoitltlen. u-a- ed be-we- er Biohard-lenVls'at'la- st Levc-Mae-V n, - first-clas- liIlev ' ly4lau The Alabama, at the Cramp yard, Philadelphia, has advanced te 63 per cent, and the Wisconsin, which is te be launched at the Union iron works, San Francisce, is exaatly half finished. Of 'the ten torpedo beats the Rewan (Ne. 8), at Soattle, is rated at 09 per cent and will have her trial trip before the end of this week. The SO'knet Farragut (Ne. 11, the first of tbe destroyers te be finished by the government, has already been triad by the Scotts at San Francisce, and although readily making her guaranteed speed, has had the misfortune te sustain miner injuries, which may be easily remedied. The Dahlgren (Ne 0) and the T. A. M. Craven ($e. 10), SO building at Bath, beats, knot Ma, are listed 00 and 81 per cent complete, but will net be government dellverable te the The two 22K knot before spring. beats, the Davis (Ne. IS) and the Fex (Ne. 13) at Portland, Ore,, ere practically ready for trial and the Davis may have her speed run next week. The Mackonzie (Ne, 17) has just been completed by Hillman & Ce., of Philadelphia, and her trial has been ordered for the first of next week. This little vessel is almost a year be hind contract The statutes of the remaining three destroyers is as follews: The Strbgham (Ne 10) at Wllmlng ten, DeL, 48 per cent; the Goldsboro (Ne 80) at Portland, Ore., 28 per cent, aad the Bailey (Ne, 21) at the works of the Gas Englne and Power Ce., of New Yerk, 3T per cent The submarine torpedo beat Plunger also is vrlthlu 15 percent of copktle,-aa30-kn- ot II V, Oot 14. Acress the prairies of Iowa the president of the United States was whirled Thursday en his return trip from In western the Omaha oxpesltlon. Iowa the crowds were large and clamorous at every point, but when the eastern pert of the state war. reaahed their magnitude seemed te swell at every stepping place until at Burlington, en the Mississippi, the climax was rcaohed. There the president did net attempt te talk but was taken in a carriage through hril ltantly lighted streets, and for SO blocks was kept busy lifting his hat In response te the wild chcere of tha Possibly of Burlington. citizens of poeple crush worst the that Mr. MoKtnley ever exporieneed was at tbe Burlington station when the carriages came back. The president was forced almost te fight his way for 30 yards te order te reaeh tha ontrnnce te his private cer, but throughout all Me he preserved his geed temper and maintained a smiling countenance, as indeed has been the case with him during all bis western QALSSDuna, wind-swe- pany will have en sale round trip tlettets from Cincinnati te Omaha, Neb., at rate et J2i 10; nnal return limit November 3d. Twe daily 'trains between St. Leuis and Omaha without change, earr)lng- - Pullman sleeping--car- s FOUSD. and handsemo reeltnlng.ehalr cars (seats At FiemlnifsburB Monday, September FOUND Sliver Watch. Owner can hae same tree.) Illustrated souvenir book descriptive by calllnff en R. M. WALLINCIFORD, Sixth of tbe Exposition mailed en application. A. Nt'ard, Maysvllle. A. Gallagher, D. P. A., 403 Vine street, Cincinnati. I DR. R. GOLDSTEIN, Of Ne. 514 Fourth avenue, Louisville, Ky., will be at the Central Hetel, Maysvllle, Ky., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1898. te points In Kansas, adjusted. CPEv08 examined and Glasses scientifically Dr. P. G. SM00T, General Practitioner of Medicine. Special AttentlonelTendUeases of BYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT. Office Hours 10a.m.te3 pm. Offlce No. West Third street. TelopTieno Ne.51. 30 bare en sale Homcseekere' Excursion tlekets Missouri, Nebraska, Colerado, Utah, Arkansas. Texas, Louisiana. Arizona, New Mexico, Indian Territory and Oklahoma at rate of eno fare for the round trip, plus (J; tickets (reed twenty-on- e days from date of sale for return, with privilege of stopovers en going trip, allewinjr flfteeen days te reach destination. Fer rates, land pamphlets and f urther particulars address A. A. Gallagher, D. P. A., 408 Vine street, Clneln- -' natl, O. time-card- On October 4th and IStli, November 1st and 15th, December 6th and 20th the Missouri Pacific Hallway and Iren Mountain Reute will Cheap Hemeneekers' Excursions. ' State National Bank MAYSVILLE.KY. CAPITAL L. H. Landman, M. D. Or Ne. 503 West Ninth atreet, Cincinnati, O., will be at the Central Hetel, MayavtUe, Ky., TiHURSDAY, OCT. 20tli, 1898, 1H1 A SDKI'LIS SI0CK.. $100,000 80,000 r J3Roturnlee every first and third Thursdays of each month. vv trip. ARNRRIT. HAVkMVfl tlllOIVPOO tuuttusMau ariA4VaVSttiu SJUUlelsatJOWILLIAM II. COX, ? Frauds amounting te millions of dollars have been Sener Nadiscevered'ih the arsenal. varre, the chief accountant, has committed suicide. VALPABliBd.Octli. " J.N.EIKKTIee-PreTurkish troops are transferring thair MATSTlLtK, K m COtBt STBKBT, baggage and wnr material te Suda en Suda bay, east of Oanea, te be in read.Prompt attontien te sottlement of estates and adjustment of accounts. iness te embark en the steamers whieh Burgeon Qoed HetpUal; JT. have already left Constantinople te acting Quperintautrnt Xangviev) Intmt Asylum, thclm. rcpatriate 1877. 1897. PJH YSICIAXfttiti 8VRGMOX Frmnels amotmtier te Millien. Oflce end Retfdtnee: e TnrkUb trreqpa .Prapariag te Leave Crete. Caitea, Island of Crete, Out 14. The WILLIAM D. COCHRAN, Attorney and Coenaellor at Law, C.B.PBARCE.Ctikler. K Dr. J. H. Samuel, , T. H. N. SMITH, DENTIST. n4. Third Street. optest the CeHrtVHM. 8e,5.llOW,StcendSt.-Dr.BuUi'01lSt. GURRAN & COX, INSUANE ANI t "We Ofclie Oot 14. Thursday are theOft TbmijuMilnpteetb, extracted; our only Dentist that manufactures statement et the condition at t$s ewti Gas. Ne Uamrer. Alway freshi Ami--i UUeetkbest tha.Blty. ,tentkn paid tressuryeshews: Available casb.tbl- - teeth of adultsInand children. Sapenla la tbe the kBtwrla te ae srerewkw:' ,!. aHe,e,?7;te2rgbM Hurt, The Xreaie- - Atakemea t, Washtmbtes, CILLECTIDHt. pate.-- - bttethwi vWsrdbT4WMt,WhB ' Street cerapanles. Quick Roe7(MMoaloTepl,MygvUW,Ky. settlen Sua Fire of Londen. Kellanee of PailaAat. fi ' " " m Uj i'' JP ' hi l.i5 . -- &3l Kl'M V - r .). . j .ijii WMTte ' yft 7' Miiraif f&it.j :. :? 3avwrsJ -- , 4 P. ' . V " v " w; ' v. ex-Ta- I9H fywsgpp . ' "v f 'fFv 'j$iww :sw& i gspgi .;.,' ' i ', 'V'i,' j Ktv. " the feed pure, ad dtHcteuj lvfeote fr mi " B Ataolutely Pure POWDER CO., hlW venic fc-- - -- ' ftOYM. BAKINa rOvkMA rWlnchester tafti a new LodKe'of Ancient Order of Petted Workmen. Don't forget that Hny's Rainbow l'alut Is guaranteed at Postelllco Drugstore. Manchester resterday entertained the survivors of the Seventieth Ohle.Heglmcnt. In Zululand the groves of the dead are decorated with the bottles of the attending doc-toi m i Lexington was selected as the next place of meeting for the Kentucky Hunkers' Association. San Francisce has been chosen as the next meeting place of the Episcopal Triennial ft Council. Drink whlle you may and often this week ns Chenewcth closes bis Seda Fountain Saturday, the 15th. Commissioner Peck has been granted space of 150,000 square feet for United States cxhlbi's at tha Paris Bx position. p' W'-' If. feV. V charge of the matter that they will de son Brown, in the United States Vacation Is ever. court their best te bring the Lonleville And new for business, of At Kansas City, Ma, Frank R, Mayou can get that most surely by advertising legion, comprising the 1st Kentucky volunteers, home ns seen as eon, a graduate of West Point, pleadIn Tub Ledeeh. ed guilty te burglary in the criminal at possible. In 1800 Jehn Gray procured license court and was sentenced te serve ten A Iloedo Train. Frankfort te marry Katie Larcer. Forserao reason the marriage did net take place. Last Williamstewx, Ky., Oct 14. Train years in the penitentlary. He was arweek theywere married en the license issued Ne. 3, of the Cincinnati Southern, was rested for stealing a watch and chain ,.,, .. . . .. i .u .i iui la low, me liuuaiy .auuriic ucuiuiuk .1... iuu wrecked at Corinth Sunday and ten from the home of a physician. geed. fit license was still cars were piled In a ditch. Tuesday Frank P. Sargeant, grand master of Three Shelbyvllle girls are te wed three night the same train was wrecked here. the Brotherhood of Locomotive FireLlllle Bryan Themas and M'Preachers-Mi- ss men, who was appointed a member of same number of cars were demolKev. Heward T. Creeef the Maysvllle Christian The the national labor commission by V Miss Wlllener Helvls Abbett and ished. Church: President McKlnlcy, has resigned the Hev. Jehn Franklin Watsen of the Baptist at Caseyvllle. Church at Orrvllle, Ala.: Mies Jennle Hues Mebqanfikld, Ky., Oct 14. Wed- coramisslencrshlp In order te retaln and Rev. Robert D. Hardin of the Bellevue nesday night burglars robbed Harth his position with the brotherhood. Christian Church. Fire broke out in the candy and Bres.' store at CaBeyvllle, blowing The C. and O. Railway has appealed te the open the safe, and get several hun- cracker factory of the Winn Johnsen U. S. Cireult Court of Appeals the damage suspects have been company, Macen, Ge., early Thursday fult of Henry Lambert, Administrator of Jehn dred dollars. Twe morning and completely gutted the and are held here for trlaL D. Enyart, run ever and killed In September, arrested building. The adjoining building, oc1897, at Ashland. The suit was for f25,000 damNew Contracting Company. cupied by T. G Burke, painters' supages, the Jury rendering a verdict against the Frankfort, Ky.,Oct 14. The South- plies, was also burned te the ground. railroad for 16,000, ern Contracting Ce., of Louisville, A dispatch was received at the war At the last session of the Grand Ledge I. O. with a capital stock of 645,000, has filed department from Minnesota Thursday O. F., the Veteran's BadKO was prcsonted te secasking for 500 Sprfngficld rifles aud Judge M. J. Durham, who will complete his articles of incorporation with the ' Jehn O'Bryan is the 50,000 rounds of ammunition for the In a few days. retary of state. fiftieth year at an Oddfellew Only three ethers in the state wear this badpe, chief stockholder. use of the peeplo of that state in proMessrs. G. W. Merris and Rebert Skeen of tecting themselves against hostile InReceived Fatal Injuries. Loulsrllle and Grand Chaplain Venable of Hepkin'sville, Ky., Oct 14. Jehn dians. Ne action has yet been taken Hepklnsville. Grace, a North Carolina planter, had en the application. Rev. O. S. Hubert, late of Georgia, has was Lloyd Grand Master Unlghts Templar. a call te fill the tomperory vacancy of hie feet caught in a trace and dragged a mlle ever a rocky read, reG. W. Yeung's pulpit at the Methodist Rev. Pittsburgh, Pa., Oot 14. Reuben :A Church In Richmond. Dr. Teung will deveto ceiving fatal Injuries. H, Lloyd, of San Francisce, Thursday met of his tlme during this Cenferenco year was elected grand master of the grand Farmer Dice Suddenly. te tomperence wok. having accepted the position of reneral field lecturer of the Int Hesdriisek, Ky., Oct 14. G. G. encampment, Knights Templar. temperance society of Ken- GrlfQn, a very prominent farmer of tucky. TilE MARKETS. this county, aired 48 years, died sud Mrs. Richard King of Texas Is probably the denly at his home Thursday morning Cincinnati, Oct. is. richest woman in the United States, net ex- of heart dlsoesc. Flece Sprlne paten, J3.T&5H15; sprlni dis-triet submitted te the voters In the form of the question te be printed en the ballets te be used at said election, tewlt: "Are you In favor of Issuing bends for the purchase and maintewas recently appointed United nance of the turnplke reads of this county 'Judge, will shortly mevo with frce of tell te the trarellng public?" And the Cincinnati. Sheriff of Mapen county is ordered and die, Loulnvllle Legien Premises. The Spanish gunboat Humbcrte rected by this Court te advertise said election The Harrison County Fiscal Court unaniLouisville, Ky., Oct 14. Senater which was cepturcd of Ncu-vita- s, and the object thereof for at least thirty days day thereof In sorae newspabefero mously roselvcd te keep In repair the portions Lindsey, Senater Debee, Gov. Bradley Cuba, by the United States next having the largest circulation In the per the of the various turnpikes that are within the and all the Kentucky congressman cruiser Badger, en July $0, was Thurs- comity, uud also by printed hand-blllposted city limits of the couety seat. up at net less than four public places In each have premised the local committee in day reloased by order of Judge Addi- voting precinct In the county and at the Court-heusRed-riguea o The National Convention of the Christian Church began at Chattanooga yesterday and will be In session eno week. Rev. F. J. Cheek of Paris was elected Moderator of the Synod of Kentucky in session at Danville this week. The crowd In the city yesterday can be Judged from the fact that the streetcars aleno carried nearly 7.000 passengers. The grets earnings of the Louisville and Nashvllle Railroad for the first week In October show an Increase, .of f t0,0S5. ized at Louisville, which will deal in Oeorte W. Connelly of Manchester has Kentucky lands, filed articles of inbeen granted an original pension of $0 per corporation Thursday. The capital .month, with accumulations amounting te Bteck Is 300,000, and Charles IL Glb-Ee'Hie. Don't use coekod oeal with plenty of ImpuriFrnnea expects? a small commercial Ska tatast News Frem All Parts et lh pest en the Nile or at the entrance ties and dirt thrown la when you can get Orcat Kanawha Ceke mnde te burn ntWtn Commenwtalth. a compensation for Dsvls'a Oenlyard. te the evacuation of Ifssheda. I. O. O. F. Home Dedicated. Great pains Is taken with our Coke te moke A partial roperfr by the expert who it retaln Its heat and glve a het, olean lire. It Faib Grounds, Lexington, Ky., Oot 14. The Odd Fellows' Widows' and has bcen examining the books of Is net a resldue. Oct our prices en Anthra-elte- . Wm. Davis. Colfeetor Caeugh, of Holyoke, x Orphans' home was dedicated here Impressive ceremonies. Mass., shows prebablo shortage of Salve has the largest Thursday with DeWltfs Witch Hazel sale of any Salve In the world. This fact and A special train brought the prand gUStOOO. A specinl from Ien a, Mich., says the lis merlt has led dishonest peeplo te attempt ledge from Winchester. A large crowd man who It. Loek out for The address was deliv- boiler of a wing of the asylum for te counterfeitdocelvo you when the call for was present you attempts te dangerous and criminal insane explodseered by Sam Small Mrs, Clay was DeWltt's Witch Hszel 8alve, the great plle lected as permanent matron. The of- ed Thursday night killing eno man and eure. Henry W. Ray, adjoining Posteffloo. fices of the grand ledge have been es- badly iujurlng three ethers. Christian Daniel, Inventor of a dozen Sixteenth Kctituckv. tablished here. The annual reunion of survivors of the Important machines used In the shoe Kentucky llnukers .yijeurn. manufneture, l dead at his home in Sixteenth Kentucky will be bold at 11 roek-vlll- o Wednesday, Novembor 80th. Itomembor Leuisvillk, Ky., Oct, 14. Th'e Brooklyn. Ills machine was the first the Ilnttle of Franklin. A blr crowd and a Kentucky Hankers' 'association ad- used for sewing welts in shoes. geed time. Comrades, you are all invited. journed Its seventh annual session The Spanish mail steamer Kcina Be sure and come. Thursday after electing E. D. Sayre, J. T. YEtrew, President. Maria Christina has sailed for Spain of Lexington, President; F. V. Hayes. from Havana with 1,078 officers and Xettce. and lhum Louisville, treasurer, troops, 031 cases of military archives Patrons of Dewllng Alley at Eloctrie Park Iho aud a heavy cargo of ammunition. Bridges, Louisville, secretary. can purchase tickets from motorman for 10 tax system of the state was deueuuceil cents, entitling them te round trip en cars and It is the understanding at the war eno gume Hewling Alley. Alley tloket as unjust te the banks, and steps te department that the 7th nnd Sth reg- must net frce at be detached from return tloket secure remedial legislation were recular cavalry, new at Uuntsvllle, Ala., when presented te Alley Tendor In payment ommended. will be the first troops that will go te for the game. ' 1'rlrnte Wellington Hiirlau Dead. Cuba, and it is new expected that they Mavsvillb Street Railroad andTransfsr Company. Lexington, Ky., Oct, 14 Private will go with Gen. Lee. Wellington Ilnrlan, jr., of the 2d KenThe Adams & Bishops Ce., manufactucky, nephew of Supreme Justice turers and whelesalo dealers in paper, Harlan, and eno of the wealthiest with offices in New Yerk and mills at young men In Mercer county, died New Windser, N. Y., have made an Thursday at his home In llarredsburg assignment It Is thought the liabiliof typhoid fever. He was brought ties may reach S200.000. State of Kentucky, V Masen Fiscal Ceuut, home sick from Chickninauga park u Antll. TERM, August Util. 1893. ) Mnj. Gen. Francis V. Greene has month age, and was convalescent, but been ordered te report te Gen. Fitz-hug- h Wliorenp. It Is the sense of the Fiscal Court of Masen County that sixty thousand dollars In had a relapse a few days uge. Lee, 7th arnii corps, anil will 4 per cent, bends should be Issued by said ceuntv with which (the precoeds thereof) te command a division of the army of Cu- purchase and make part of thofree turnplke Navigation Itejialrs. following the said county Louisville, Ky., Oct 14. The Louis- ban occupation. Gen. Greene took syMcm ofreads that Is, ee the of said named much reuds turnplke as mar be situated In Masen county, viz: ville and Portland canal is closed and part in the battle of Manila. Maysvllle and Loxlncrten. Maysvllle and Mt. Thursday's conferences between the Sterling, Mnsen and Ilracken, Helena, Devor will remain se for several weeks. The Mlnervn, and Maysllek government is engaged in making re- hostile and friendly Indians prelimin- and part of Buld bends te be and Helena reads. Issued unless the Ne pairs which will make navigation by ary te Friday's council with Indian Maysvllle and Loxlngten, Maysvllle and Mt. rllng and Masen and Urackcn reads can be Sti means of the canal much better. Commissioner Jenes Indicate that the simultaneously purchased wbel y from the Lewer river beats are forced te laud hostile will lay down their arms and proceeds of said bend Issue after deducting t herefrem the several amounts agreed by this at New Albany. Thousands of fish that u settlement will be reached. Court te be paid for three ether above-namoThe Helena, the Dever and MSnow fell in Chicago for ever an reads, viz: theMaysllckRnd were left in the shallows which could Helena: thowhelo inerva and hour Thursday night It was the first amount te be paid for the aforesaid six reads be caught by hand. 00,000 (sixty thousand dollars.) te exceed this season and the eerilcst In 20 years. net It therefore ordered by this Court, that an He Kentucky Land Cum puny. A gale accompanied the snowfall, election becallcd and held In Masen county en Fr.ANKFer.T, Ky., Oct 14. The Pennmaking navigation en Lake Michigan the day of the next regular election, tewlt: sylvania Land Ce., a syndicate organ- Impossible. Ne ceaualtlce arc reported. Bahr-El-Ghasa- l; KENTUCKY NEWS. ABfeftEVJATJSP TELEGRAMS. A weather bureau Is shortly ed at Lexington. te be establish- $gffc K -Richest Line in the City at all HALL, PARLOR, LIBRARY Geld and sT V :v Nickel- - Plated Prices. HIE EXCELLENCE OF SYfiUP OF FIGS la due net only te the originality and New Novelty, simplicity of the combination, but also te the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known te the California Fia Svnup Ce. only, and we wish te impress upon all the impertanco of purchasing the true nnd original remedy. 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LOUISVILLE, Kt. !tnV TOUR, 44) THE REASON OUR. d Is se very popular is because it comes nearest te behipr like that dear old mother used te make. BREAD . TR..22IE3r-.FANCY AND STAPLE. The custom recelpta for the month of September at the ports of Sagua, Cardenas, Clonfnegea, Matanzas, Nuc Tayler, vitas, Caibarien and Havana amounted Walter Irwin, Uushred 81,820,805, which wee 05$, 300 In exW. T. llale are the te States District Geerge Stapp and cess of the recelpta of September, his family te ohlef incorporators. 1807. NOVEMBER 8, 1898, and that a poll be opened In each of the respective voting precincts In said county for the purpose aforesaid; the preposition te be SEASONABLE DEYGOODS CAitPETS, OILCLOTHS, MATTINGS. gSgfffi ' GEO. COX & SON. gSffl ThoWarlsevor, doer. CSTBegltuiing1 Tuesday, March 1st, aud en we will (jive free te every lady visltiusr our State ok Kentcckv, lev'l, e, Masen Cec.ntv. ( the first of each month thereafter, store a copy of "Medes aud Fab rice," a monthly journal of fashion aud literature. '.".-.-r- I..C. L.Woed, Clerk of tbe Ma60n County Court, de certify that the foregoing Is an exact copy of the order of the Musen Fiscal Court made us it uppears of record In Order Reek Ne. 3, page 74, Masen County Fiscal Court Records. Given under my hand this August 10th, 1693. & L. WOOD. Clerk. By A. F. Weed, Deputy Clerk. In compliance with the abevo order of the Fiscal Court of Masen Countr. Kcntiteky, I, S. P. l'errlne, SherllT of said county, will, at the next regular eloctlen held therein, en m BIGm all-wo- - S-AXjE- J OB 0e. Dress Goods $iik$ new VerK &- -' Sftfe-Ulewl- Tuesday, November 8, '98 open a poll at oaeh and nil of the voting precincts In said county, and held au election therein for the purpose or taking the sonse of the qualliled voters of said county as te whether the county of Masen, state of Kentucky, shall, subject te the conditions of the foregelntr order of Masen Flseil Court. Issue bends te the amount of sixty thousand dollars (f 00.0(X).i bearing 4 per cent. Interest, the proceeds of said bends te be used for the purchase of the Helena Turnplke Read, the Dever and Mlnervu, the Maysllek and Helena and the Masen and Ilracken Turnplke Reads, and se much of the Maysvllle and Loxlngten and Maysvllle and Mt. Sterltng Turnplke Reads as may be wholly situated in Masen county. All legal voters in said county shall be privileged te vote at said election. The same ofllcers that held the regular election shall bold this eloctlen, which shall, la all respects, be held In accordance with the goneral eloctlen laws of tlilt- - Stere of Bays We positively can save you 25c. en every dollar's worth of Dress Goods you buy. Our stock of Dress Goods and Silks is complcte and carefully selected te suit the market. Crepens. all the go, regular $1 CO, our price 95c. Finest Very fine Black Fancies, regular price 75c, our price 48c. Crepens, regular price 85c, our price 40c fierpe and Henrictta,52 Inches wide(impertcd Finest grade goods) regular price $1 25, our price 09c. Suitings, any color, 24c All wool Serge, regular price f 35c, our price 24c All wool Novelties Plaid and mixtures, regular price 40c, our All-woall-wo- ol All-wo- price 24c Weel Mixed Fancies 15c, worth 25c Witness my offlelal hand this OoteborS. 1698. S. P. PERRINK. Sheriff of Masen County, Ky. state. Nice Trimming Silks 25c. Very Fine Hilks 49c. Very Finest Taffetas, all the new shades, 70c, regular price $1. Goed quality Satin for waist 49c Fine Black Brocaded Silk for skirts, regular price 75c, our price 40c. Special Election, State or Kentucky, HAYS & CO. cepting Mrs. Hetty Green. Her wealth Is The Old OOleers partly inherited from her father, a pioneer Presbyterian clergyman, the first who, ever Asheville, N. C, Oct 14. The old went, staff and Bible In hand, te preach the officers of the Liquor Men's association gospel te the Indians and mixed races that were Louisville, Ky., was peeplo the vast domain eer which hU own sway as a selected as the next place of meeting. little daughter was destined te bold 'landed proprietor. Mrs. King Is a widow, and Ulscaya Prisoners te He Released. her landed estates In Southern Texas amount Madrid, Oct 14. The cabinet at a te 1,230,000 acres, or about 2.000 juure miles. The Postoffice Department is under the Impression that thcre are mere small PosteUlces In certain parts of the country than are really necessary, and Investigations will be carried 'en having in view the discontinuance of us ' many as Is possible. The establishment of a Posteflluo Is an easy matter for eno having Congressional Influence, and as these offices are very doslrable as a means of bringing trade te country storekeepers, etc.. It often happens that thore are mere than postal business warrants, while at the same tlme the laws , 'are net violated In any manner. An Inspee-- ; ter recently returned from Magoffin county tfTecommended the discontinuance of seven J,Postefllce In that county on October 31st. meeting Thursday discussed the questions bearing upon the return of the Spanish troops in the West Indies, and particularly the evacuation of Cuba. The ministers were very reticent In regard te the decisions arrived at The council decided te release the Cubai prisoners confined in the Bis caya prisons and te permit them te re- turn te Cuba. Warning te Housewives. Celumdus, O., Oct 14, By a gasd-lin- e explosion late Thursday afternoon Mrs, Rose GirareL of 333 Segala street, was burned te a crisp and will die. Mrs. Glrard was cleaning a bed with gasoline and turpentine, when the mixture caught fire. She was 88 years old and leaves a husband and six children. Jads; Bage Again III. "Aprs Vierry Pectoral saved my child's life in an attack of s croup-- " G.H. FRANKLIN, Bedford Mi.r-m.- ii i 1 t Spring jprv. Vfc j jj - wrj 1 1 F kUi - Cetcinuati. Oct 14, Werd was re ceived at the federal building ThursGeerge E. Sage, who day that of late has been thought te have been en the mend, .has suffered a relapse and was again quite a sick man at bis The news caused home In Lebanon, much regrett the federal buildiagi ex-Jud- Masen County Cedht. EgTP. S. We have the finest line of Capes and Wraps in town. AnniifiT Tkiim. Mendav. Auirust 8. On this day CD. Newull. County Judge of Masnn Ceuntv. Dresented and Hied In onen Court the petition heretofore dell vored te him, 919 and forty-nlne- ) fancy, 8aSJ23.Ms spring family, 12.75(213 Ous signed by or (nlne hundred ana nscing legal voters .Masen county, ieru fancy, Ji95Jta)i vote tti said county en the preposition te have t winter patent, JOHN W. PORTER. J. H. CUMMIN6S. family, i&3SaC0; extra. t3.0032.2S; low grade, free turnpikusaud grnvel reuds In suld county, MILTON JOHNSON, 1.75&2.00j rye, northwestern, U75Q&BJI da said petition being signed byatetal number of legal vel era of said county In exeess of IK per PORTER & CUMMINGS, Attorney at Law, cltv. MOO per brl cent, llfteen per cent.) of the votes at the last Wheat Ne. t rea was nominal ut CSftGOc. county election In said general or Cehn Sales: Mixed ear, track, 3lc; de, 30e precedlngfin It therefore, ordered that an Court Street, MAY8VIL.LK, KY. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, nnuntv. yellow ear track, 31c oiectien de neju in saiu ceuuiy ni me next Oat9 Salei: Ne. 2 mixed, track. 23)',c; da, regular election therein, tewn: Prompt attention te collection and a. tar" 23H& MAYSVILLE, KT, 17EaitSecendStreet, Uealmatteri. Hoes Select shlppers, t3.7033.e0t scloel butchers, taC0Q3.70; fair te geed packer, !.U0&3.tt (air te geed llgbtt S3.fi0&8.e5; com te take the eonse of the qualified vetors of men and roughs, $3.C9SSU0. upon tbe Cattle Goed te eholee sblpperB, tiwaa.001 said countyand gravelpreposition te have tree read therein, and the Mir te geed shippers, S4.CSQ4.Tfii geed te chelct turnpikes Masen County Is directed te open a of butcher steers, H8i3I.M fair te geed butchci Sherlff each iilid all of the voting products In poll at smcts, S3.TfrtJit00i common, t3.2$ZA7 suld county for the purpeso of taking the Sueep Extra y&arllngs, HiZZi.SQ: geed tc sonse of the qualified vetors en the preposiebolce, t3.T5.34.O0i common te fairs t275Q3.50. tion aforesaid. Lambs Extras, fs.75a.i00t geed te choice, faV3S.T5 common te fair, W. 0034.75. I VeaL Calves Fair te geed light, (7.S03 State or Kentucky, f Ret Masen Ceuhty. 6.00) common and large, U.S030.S0. T. n. T.. tVnml. Clerk of the Ceuntv Court of CmeAOO, Oct. 13. de certlfy that WnBAT October, 65ei December, U;e, the county and state aforesald.of the erdor. as the foregolng Is an exact copy May, C&X&G6C made by the Masen County Court at its Au- After se lone a tlme we are able CenN October, SOtfc; December 80H&30Jc 8, 1698, as of record In Sun term, August page 110, Maseu County May, 22 Tic. Reek Ne. 1, te offer the best frrade of Ceke to the Oats October, 23X&23Hc; December, 2HQ Court Records. my people of Maysvllle at a reasonable hand this Auirust 10, 1898. Glven under 22Kc; May, 3Kc C. L. WOOD, Clerk. PiTTSDunen, Oct 13. figure. We are agent for Hy A. F. Weed, Deputy Clerk. Cattle Extra, tt.30i35.Ms prime, W.iea 6.80; geed, H805.00i tidv. N.604.75; fair, GREAT KANAWHA t3.9034.6O; common, t3.6033.90; common tc COKE! geed fat oxen, I2.W34.23; de bulls and cows, In compliance with the foregoing erdor of t2.2534.00; heifers, t3.KX34.G0; fresh cows nod the Maen County Court, I. S. P. Perrlne, Made especially for furnaces and ba&e springers. tl&362. Sherlff of Masen County. Kontueky, will, at burners. Gives a cleaner and hotter Hoes Prime heavy hogs, MM; prlmt the next regular election held therein, en ilre than the residue that you hate medium weight, 13.9033.06; best heavy Yerk era. 13.60: common te fair Yorkers. tlTSffl Tuesday, November 8, 1898, been using; Headquarters for best.. 8.80; geed pigs, 13.6033.75; skips and coreftnec open a poll at oaeh and all of the voting Anthracite cheap. Thoue GO. pigs, I2.6033.J5; geed roughs, 13.8533.40; stags, In said ceuntr, and held an election t3.t533.l5. therein, for the purpeso of taking the sense Sdkep Prime native wethers, t4.flei.70 of the qualified voters of said county en the goea wetaers, .at.6; fair mixed cwci preposition "Te have free turnpikes and and wethers, te.86fc4.2S; common, tl0033.W gravel reads therein." Tbe same officers; that , culls, 'tL502.Gr choice te .extra ewes and bold at the regular oiectien, aforesald, shall this wethtr Umbs, H.M&&001 geed te choice lambs, heldheld Inelection, which s4jII, In all respects, "Llpg, Hewjever Sesy, Hfusfc Be, Ted." aocerdanoo ;te.6Q.80t cotrea, fat, bucky te geed tots t4.ee be laws of thl state. with the general elecAnd the bei Steve en which te prepare feed, tion euiki te fair Umbs, 3.34.S0. 'Oatt! kM(,tWi totebet 8.188. M&B AViUKn KABUIf, WB1QB IBiUre pwTee WltMM my BEYOND VSAX. CAt,VM-UQ4- iei BKV7 a&4 Mt 8, Z. PKKKlnK, oekhurTer Mha ter Xesry W,Mf, m WK LIMB3T0X1 1IUHJX. Slwrl of Masea Ceaaty.lCy. a3&3-3.03- J NOVEMBER 8, 1898, mm i pro-eino- ts a m . Dayis ' -- oell m- - "kt U vf, :yMi .'.'' ..'A- :iA. kM m J- - d! .' ;Hv3 4 k '& ""WWrr