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The Christian Churches are asked te glve $20,000 for Church extension in September se as te complete the $250,-000. MAYSVILLE, KY., SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1900. J'pecial Request. ttVIn answering advertisements appearing In the column) of thlt paper, or when buying goedi from a merchant whose adi erttsement appears In thti paper, our readers are especially requested te state that they saw the advertisement in Tiim Puntie Lkdeeu. This will cost you nothing, and It will be gratefully appreciated by both the advertiser and the Editor, IflaysvHle Weather. HThat JIny I Next Kxpwted Here During the Tlilrtytlx Heur. jyJ? LEDGER CODE. U7iU JMu-a- ix streame- r- faih; or BNOWJ ABOVK-'tw- IU mSSy THK MAIDEN AND THE "AUTO." carriage," said The maiden at his side: "It ploases me te hear you say Wrn Theso words," the man replicd. Chlrtyslx hours, ending at S o'clock tomorrow evening. "It beats the wild, impatient steed," She vontured te doclare, Whereat he turned mero current en And zipped her through the air. A pallor eversproad her face And fear was in lier heart: Each moment she expected that The wheels would fall apart. "O step, I pray," she wldly cried, "Uofere we both are spilled Upen the landscape or poruhance Are mangled up or killed I" "I thought," he said, as he obeyod, KTIf you have friends visiting you, or If you are "Yeu gloried in its speed, going en a visit, pleate drop uta note te that effect. Fer have you net Informed me that It beats the Hery steed?" Dr. S. Pangburn attended the Illpley " 'Tls better than the fiery steed" Her dimpled cheeks wero red .Fair yosterday. "Fer you can run it with eno hand," The gontle malden said. Mr. Hayes Themas roturned yester-da- y Chicago from Hed Oak, O. Circuit Court has been in session this Miss Anna T. Frank has been visitweek at Mt. Olivet. ing at IMpley this week. Mr. and Mrs. Geerge C. Keith have Mr. J. S. Bratten of Sardls was a been blessed with a daughter. visitor In the city yesterday. Mr. J. J. Easten has Thk Lkdekii's Mrs. J. W. Debold and daughters thanks for late copies of Akren papers. have returned from Lexington. Mr. Jehn Bredt of West Union has Mrs. W. C. Johnsen and daughters are been dangoreusly 111, but is new somewhat improved. Tlsiting relatives in Cynthiana. Dr. G. M. be eno of Miss Margaret Chtlrts has been the the Maysville Williams will the G. A. It. pilgrims te .guest of friends at Kipley this week. Encampment at Chicago. flittr BENHATIt-COLDKU Slack warmeb grew. 'twill be; Hen. J. N. Kchoe, Democratic candidate for Congress In the Ninth District, will open the campaign at a rally at Preston, Bath county, August 31. MASOH FRUIT JARS. "1 like your horseloss If Slack's net ahewn no change we'll see. above fertcasts are made for a period el past few days. Is Mr. Edward flreen has been 111 the Kev. Donald McDonald of Danvllle assisting Kev. A. II. Lindsay In a meeting at the Presbytcrian Church at Quarts, 50 cents per dozen. Half gallon, 00 cents per dozen. R. B. Levki.. . A ISTNew Vollingjfer the Fairsat Mrs. ESJMrs. L. V. Davis is showing cer Davis's. ect styles in Felt Hats for falL Fer the purest Paris GreenJJcall at JSTTax rcceipts for 1900 are new in Ray's Postetllco Drugstore. my hands for collection. J. W. Fitzekiiald, City Trcasurer. Hern, Tuesday, at Millcreek, a ten The discriminating public will find pound daughter te Mr. and Mrs. P. F. . Rogers's "Limestone" bottled in bend Merris. and consequently absolutely pure, for Masen County Teachers' Instltute sale Eddle Glenn's. convenes at the High Schoel Dullding Pretender Beckham has appointed in this city Monday. s Themas F. Bagby Justice of the Poace In District Ne. 3 In Lewis county. WANTED. ISTDamsen Plums. J. Y. Dkan, The Kreatest skin sncclallst In America 201 and 'Zm Sutten street. originated the formula for Banner Salve. . . Fer all skin diseases, all cuts or sores, and Kev. F. W. Eberhardt, who has been for plies it's the most healing medicine. J. Jas. Weed & Sen and Armstrong & Ce. Paster of the Baptist Church at Paris for the past four years, has tendered NOTICE. his resignation te accept a call te the The shareholders of the Masen County Baptist Church at Liberty, Me. Fair Company will meet Saturday at I p. in. at the Beard of Trade Reems. The dread of people with weak lungs O. G. Callahan, President. who suffer from stubborn coughs Is consumption. Feley's Heney and Tar, if P. P. Parker, . taken In time, cures the cold, heals and strengthens the lungs and always cures Question Anineered. Incipient consumption. J. Jas. Weed & Yes, August Flower still has the largest sale et L. V. m Secretary-Treasurer. Sen and Armstrong P. & Ce. close of White's Cream Vermifuge. 25 Fair at the rcsldonce of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Iardella en Lowndes aveExtreme het weather is a great tax nue netted if 10.05 for the Fresh Air Fund. upon the digestive) power of babies: when These who had charge of the Fair were puny and feeble they should be given a Mayslick. cents. J. Jas. Weed & Sen. Marie aged 8 yours, Nollle Price, Iardella,Iardella, years, Mabel Williams, aged H 7 Times-Heral- Miss Ella Metcalfe is the guest of Mr. Jehn C. Adamsen is reported te AUss Lizzie Jeffersen of Millcrsburg. have typhoid fevcr at the home- of Mr. Evan Lloyd, near Germantown. Miss Nera Gray returned last evening The Secrejary of War has appointed from Kipley whero she had been the Lawronce W. Manning of Lexington a past few days. clerk at army headquarters at Manila. Mr. and Mrs. Jehn Helmcr left this C. and O. Flyer Ne. 1 was about two morning te visit their daughter, Mrs. hours late this morning. Yosterday Pevore, at Hacine, Wis. all the fast trains were Mr. J. M. Weeds and son, Lynden, delayed several hours, due te a washleft this morning te attend the O. A. H. out en the Eastern section of the read. Encampment at Chicago. At Glonwoed in Lawrence county Mrs. Basil Duke, who has been Jacksen Sergent has a mule 38 years spending several weeks at Chautauqua, old, W. E. Klffe a ewe 18, Geergo Calvin a sew 13, Calvin llalbroek a hound 14 .N. Y., is new at Esculapla. and B. F. Twlman a herso 29. Nothing Mrs. Mary C. Wilsen and little grand- is said about there being any girls there. daughter, Mary Wilsen Power, have returned from their Eastern trip. Commencing Monday, August 27th, be Miss Mayme Case returned yesterday additional railway mail service will te her home in Fleming county after a established between this city and I) en L. and N. trains Nes. and pleasant visit te Miss Kittle Themas. 12, leaving Maysville daily, oxcept SunMiss Allie Alexander and Mrs. Pink day, at 5:45 a. m. and arriving at 8:30 p. McMullen arrived home yesterday in., respectively. from their trip te Niagara Falls and While the people of this section have Terento. been enjoying the bountoeus rains that Mrs. Edward Flowers and daughters, havp fallen lately our neighbors across after a two weeks visit te relatives in the Ohie in Brown county have net been this city, leave this afternoon for their se fortunate, as a belt about three miles wide and about tun miles long this side home in Covington. of Kipley has net had a drop of rain for Mrs. Dr. S. Pangburn and Mrs. G. ever four weeks, and as a consequonco W. Geisel left this morning to sce the everything is burning up. On one farm O. A. II. Encampment! Mrs. Pang-bur- every apple in a large orchard has dropwill be absent about a month. ped from the trees, while all the meadows have been completely destroyed. Louisville Pest. Miss Lettie Weed, Tobacco is llring badly. who has been for the past month in Chicago, gees this week te Maysville HOEFLICH'S CASH SALES. te spend several weeks with relatives Parasols at cost; PIque7tf, worth 10? and friends in Masen county. and 17?; Lawns 7Ht, worth 10?; Hose Craddock's Medicated Hlue Seap, 10? 10?, worth 25?; Ladies' Vests 5?, worth 10?. per cake, at Choneweth'a Drugstore About eno hundred excursionists went down en the Bonanza yesterday Everybody from Augusta and transferred te the Lizzie Bay and came back. They Reads the were mostly schoelteachors. Thk Lkdhku was in error yesterday stating that Mr. Geergo N. Crawford would be' one from this .section te atthe tend the Grand Encampment, G. A. R., in Chicago, Mr. Crawford having no ffevfs. Intention of going this year. West-boun- d sixteen-year-old Lox-ingte- n At the meeting next Tuesday night, DeKalb Ledgo Ne. 12, 1. O. O. F., will elect representatives te the Grand Ledgo at Louisville. At Lexington, Lettle Ware has brought suit againSt the Executers of Henry Worthlngten for ?5,000, alleged te have been left her In his will. Senater William II. Cox and Representative Jehn W. Alexander will leave Monday for Frankfort te attend the special session of the Legislature. Tomorrow will cleso the eight-dacampmectlng of the Bethel Baptist Church at the Fairgrounds. Kev. K. A. Strauss, the Paster, has charge of the meeting. At the convention at Carlisle tills week it was decided that the first Sunday in November be the day for the collection of state missions in Christian Churches in Kentucky. The Kipley Fair closed yesterday with a big attendance, and the Directors in charge are very well satisfied. The show of stock has been above the average, and it is thought the Fair has been a financial success. The reunion of the Tenth and Sixteenth Kentucky Regiments will beheld in this city Tuesday, October 2d. These rouniens are always well attended, and Jee Heiser Pest will make ample preparations for the entertainment of the visitors. The October Ladies' Home Journal will publish plans for the proposed enlargement of the Whlte Heuse at Washington, and Colonel Theodere A. Bingham, U. S. A., custodian of the Executive Mansion, will urge their adoption in an article pointing out the great need thorefer. Our Chlof Executives have been poe'rly housed for a long time, but the obstacle that steed In the way of enlarglng the White Heuso has been the fear of destroying the line proportions and symmetry of e the building. This has new been by a skilled architect, whose solution of the problem will be given In the October Journal. y ovor-cem- aged G years, and Ethel Williams, aged years. Baltimore American. Marie and Nellie Iardella are the chilBOND'S SPECIFIC. dren of Mrs. Anna Iardella, daughter of Mayhvillk, Ky.. Dec. 18, 1890. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lynch of this city. The Herb Medicine Ce. Dear Sirs: t Last winter I was taken sick with la system grlppe and lasted me several wceks and cleanse: Effectively yet gently, when costive or left me with asthma. I have net seen a bulleus, te permanently overcome ha- well day since. Three months age I bitual constipation, te awaken the kid- heard of lieud's Specific and whnt it ney) and liver te a healthy activity, with- had deno. I get a bottle of it. took it out Irritating or weakening them, te dis- for about two davs and I could lie down pel headaches, colds or fevers, use Syrup which I had net deno for of Figs, made by the California Fig Syrup and sleep, Yours months. respectfully, Ce. J. Murphy, the Jeweler, has secured the services of Mr. II. W. Cunningham, who comes most highly recommended as a ilne Watchmaker and Jeweler. Special attention given te all work In this line. te the any medicine In the civilized world. Your rcethers and grandmothers never thought of using anything else for Indigestion or Biliousness. Aocters were scarce, and they seldom heard of Appendicitis, Nervous Prostration or II fart Failure, etc. They used August Flower te clean out the system and step fermentation of undigested feed, regulate the action of the llver.stlm-ulat- e the nervous and organic action of the system, and that Is all they took when feeling dnll and bad with headaches and ether aches. Yen only need a fpw doses of Green's August Flower, In liquid form , te make you satisfied there Is neth ing serious the matter with you. Fer sale by J. O. Pecer. J'JVALINK WWAN. A Werd MAYSVILLE'S CHURCHES WHERE RELIGIOUS EXERCISES WILL BE II ELD S VXD AT. Fer sale by Henry W. Kay and J James Weed it Sen. CHARLES F. BLAKEMORE. Killed in an Accident in West ginia a Few Days Age. Vir- te the Parents! Whose boys will seen resume their studies: It is always uppermost in our business thoughts te provide the proper things for boys and young men. They're our best and most valued advertisers, both at home and abroad. ' M Mr. Charles F. Ulakemore of Cler-- , merjt, W. Va, a son of Mrs. C. E. Lewis of the Fifth Ward, was killed a few days age In an accident which oc- curred at Buffalo, near Clerment. The railroad at that point has a double track, and In getting out of the iP'5SlEB9IH""MMP3?iffipnH way of a train en eno track he stepped in front of a train en the ether and was run down and fatally Injured. Mr. Ulakemore was S4 years of age, and leaves a wife and two small chilPatters and Church Clerks are dren. He left Maysville some eight courteously invited te send in years age, but has many friends here notice of any change in the a(. thrir ChurrJie. and te who will learn with regret of his unmention anvsveclal sultlect upon which the Pas timely death. . ter will preach. t Our Fall Stock, Spe- ser-ntrr-ji cially Made for Us, is New Ready Ohie, City of JTTe insure attention all matter for this col- &tatk e Litas County. Teledo, ik, umn should be sent in net later than 3 o'clock Friday afternoon. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he senior partner of the tirm of F.J.Cheney Clll'ni'lt. Rev, Jehn But hour, JhJh, J'atnr. Residence Ne. 18 Went Tlilnl strppt. Sunday-scho'J.:ion. in. Suljbatli-dtHM- ii In the Herman Church ft 1 2.ti) I'. in. WeMinliKter Society C. K. i!:W p. m. Weekly Thursday t T:ip. m. Trenching at I0:'i a. m. and 73U p. m. KIK'lT I'HKNRYTKKIAN I'rayer-inreltn- Is tb,e fc Ce., Rtv. J. Residence Ciri'Ht'll. ilolley, D.D., J'aster. 133 tt'wt hecend street. Sunday-schoo- l JM n. m. I'reuchlngat 11 a. m. nd 7:Q p. in. Weekly Wednesday al :) p. in. Y. I'.X.C. K.ii: p. u. There will be no preaching tomorrow. CKXTIIAt. ritKSinTKIUAJC C. 1'rayer-ineetln- doing business In the city of Teledo, county and stale aforesaid, and that said firm "111 pay the sum uf one hundred dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Fkank J. CliKNKV Sworn te before me and subscribed In my presence this 6th day et December, A. D. IN". A. W. Olkasen, r ) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and acts directly en the bleed and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonial free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Teledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75 cents. Hall's Family Pills are the best. for Your Inspection. "Ji t'llimi-I- I FOR SALE. OK THK NATIVITY. H: te semi-annuall- Fifteen shares of State National Bank Stock. Pays three per cent, interest Inquire at this ollice. Regular ser Ice tomorrow morning at Church n( the Nativity. Sunday-schoo- l Kvenlng prayer will be emitted. M. at the at V"tn. Ill III THE Y. M. C. A. What That Institution is Doing Fer Maysville Yeung Men. Mr. A. D. Cele will be the speakcr at the Msn's Rally at the Y. M. C. A. to- n K. CHUBL'H, HOI'TII. . Rev. J, ft. A, Vaught, Ne. 1:0 West Wecend Residence Sunday-schoD.H a m. Preaching at lO.Tda. in, and 7:10 p. m. We curry the most complete Hne f lntur. street. JJJ l'rayer-meetlu- Kpwerth League R.tt p. in. Thursday at AVi1. 7: te p m. ill llil ' frSaEdbf sr jTJfe.v t'llHIVrlAX CHl'Ht'lf. morrow afternoon at o'clock. All men Invited. 4 Hewurd T. Crrr, J'aster, Residence Ne.lDKast Fourth street. Junier Kudeaver 4.iij p. m. Saturday. .Sunday-schoo- l SMS a. in. Preaching at e:i1u. in. and 7:30 p. in. Y. P. S 0. K. p. m. ednesday 7:30 p. m. l'rayer-meetlug )) and CHARMS I JJ ! M. HERE'S THE PROOF. The Ledger Secures What the terprising Advertisers Want. En- Rrv. Residence uuday-BChoel t K. II". Jtnnep, I'aittir. Ne. 20s West Second street, l CllfltCll. Class Meeting 1'rayer-ineetln- l'reachlug at a. ni. and 7:. p. m. p. m. Kpwerth League .41 p. m. Thursday at "Mil p. ni. HMO t:n a. in. I iff Te be found any place. Ne matter whnt Society you are a member of we can give you just the thing, either in solid geld, geld filled or plate. We always show the best that the best manufacturers make. This fall's stock will be a revelation te admirers of artistic wearing apparel. This holds geed from "Head te Foet." Beginning at the feet, we show none but the best of Shoes. Hanan, Smith & Stoughten and Geerge v E. Keith's Shoes are our leaders. Adler Bres, ll are our leaders in Suits. They are the best known te the trade. Our Manhattan Shirts )() in all styles are proper things in the shirt line. We have the exclusive sale of world-wid- e celebrated Stetson Hat. We get them direct from the factory latest l and always the Wilsen styles Stetson makes. Bres.' Furnishing Goods are confined I in Maysville te us. They are the best sold in the world. II ))) "That is the reason we sell them." Stein-Blech, I v PUBUCSp&LEDQER for latest THE BEE HIVE: The Rough Housekeeper Phillips Heuse. The ads. referred te will be found in the "Poeplo'a Column." En. Lkdcikh. Ne. The following letter tells of a former Resldeuceschool !:15 a. ni. 5 West Fourth street. Sunday Preaching at 10:30 a. m. ami 7:30 p. in. oxperienco as the result of a small adYeung People's Meeting t):4l p. ni. vertisement In Thk Lkdeku Thursday 7:.fe p. m. Dayton, O., August 25, 1900. Afr. Themas A. Davis, Alaysville, Ky. MlTC'IIKIX's CIIAI'KI.. Dear Sir: During the past few months ifeis lleergr E. Rapp, Jtsler I have securcd semo of the best colored Residence Ne. SC Kast Second street. help for hotel work I have had In years Sunday-schoo- l 9:15 a. in. 1 am in need of two l'reachlug at 10..) a. in. and 7:30 p. in, from your city. Kpwerth League Tuesday 7:.W p. in. f;oed heusomen and eno laundress for Thursday 7.30 p. m. laundry work. Will you kindly place the following ads. In your paper? HKDIIKN M. K. OIUHClt. Mrs. M. Bim.Kit, Dayton, O. I'rayer-meetlng I'rayer-meetln- KI!ST HU'TlhT CHUHCII. Rev. J. II". Perter, D.D., J'aster. BALLENGER, iff Jeweler and Optician. I. THE HOME STORE. HttHINGER&CO. NARROW ESCAPE. Little Colored Bey Came Near ing His Life Yesterday. Les- Have met with a splendld reception. They are certainly well adapted for knock - Yesterday morning about 11:30 o'clock about wear With a style about them that gives the wearer a decldedly Jaunty apnearanne. The various shaues. such as Cavalier. Lawten. Ladvsmlth. Marl Willie Goede, the hCIKNCK, MKHVICKk. borough and Dakota, all te be found In our stock, are absolutely the very latest son of Jehn Goede, colored, of the Sunday CMHISTIAN m. at 10.30 a. will be most popular for fall wear. They come in many colors. Prlces 70c Sixth Ward, wa playing around a Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. and All are welcome. Jtoeni 10, Cox llullillng. te f 1.89. derrick at the head of Limosteno street te lift a heavy that was being used llKTIIKt, IIAI'TIST CHI'IK'ir, COLOKKH. Sixth street whero workmen Rrv. R, A, Stiauss, J'aster, We have doterminod net te carrv ever any Shirtwaists. Every inducoment are engaged In making semo neoded at V.SOa. be olterod te soil 'em quickly. Prices have been still mero roduced, and will Preaching at 11:30 n. m. in. and7.30 p. in. A Wednesday e enlug at 7.30. whether you noed a waist for this or next season's wear It will pay you te buy improvements te the new. $1.50 waists are new 980: the f 1 kind are 09c; theso that wero 75e are marked rope was run through a snatch-blocdown te 60e, and se en through the list. They cemo both white and colpred. All that was anchored to a pest near by, Det It I'ay Te Hut Cheap and two hersos wero hitched te the end A cheap remedy (or coughs and colds Is all right you want something that will relieve and but of the rope, which ran through the block cure the mere severe and dangerous results et Frem new until the fall sea- and evor the derrlck, the ether end be- threat and lung troubles. What shall you der Is called te our Silk and Dress Goods Department. de te a warmer and mere regular climate? Yea, son la fairly opened there will be new arrivals in theso dopartments almost every ing fastened te the pipe. day. We have already en hand evor fifty different fall shades of plain Taffeta After warning Wlllle of his danger If possible; If not possible ter you, then In either Silk, sold elsewhere at $L priced hore aX 89e; mere te come. New French Flan- and telling him te get away from whero case take the only remedy that has been Intro nel, Sybellnes, Sellels, Granite and Venltian Oletlis, Cheviots, Homespuna, duced In all civilised countries with succets In setormSergos, Clay Werstqds, Henriettas, Gelf Suitings, Plaids. 50ote2.50 yard. he was standing, the hersos wero started vere threat and lung troubles, "lleschee's tier and the repo broke, eno end of which man Syrupv" It net only heals and stimulates the struck the boy's left hand, tearing off tissues te destroy the germ disease, but allays InA gives a flammation, cause the thumb and otherwlao bruising him. geed nighty rest, andeasy expectoration, Try one cures the patient. He was taken te Dr. S. R. Harever'a, bottle. Recommended many yean by all V efUce and the wounded hand droised. In the world. Fer sale by J. O. Pecer. twelve-year-ol- d Rider Hats YOUR ATTENTION! Jlev. T. B. btmtten. J'aster, Just that exactly half price en all our White Lawn Waiets. Plenty wearing Ne. 1317 Ferest avenue. Resldeuce time still ahead and this chance te freshen one's wardrobe with a dainty new Sunday. school :30a. m. Class Meeting every first and third Sunday. Waist. Pretty laces, tucks and embroidery adorn these stylish Waists. Beth Kpwerth Leavtie every Thursday and every shirtwaist and dress sleove are represented and many Waists have two cellars, at ether Sundayeveryp. m. Preaching second and (mirth Sunday at a stiff and soft one. These reductions 10. 10 a. in. and 7:30 p. in. WAISTS 75c. 2 AVAISTS WAISTS 50c. Prices Cut in Half! $1 Clliritl'll. Rrv. J'lttherA. T. Joints, J'aster, Ne. :H Limestone street. Residence Karly Mass 7 a. m. Children's Mass.30a. ni. High Mass 10 a. m. Huuday-schoe- l 2 p. m. Vespers and Renedictlen 3 p. in. ST. I'ATKICK'H $1.30 $2.50 WAISTS $1.25. $11 WAISTS $1.50. SI. Coel Underwear and Stockings. The assortment we gathered for this season is se exceptionally large we confess a fondness for talking of it. But you'll find it mere satisfactory te see than te read, se we will only tell today of a few values, each a criterion by which te judge all. These het days make many demands en Underwear and Hosiery and porsenal comfort depends largely en what kinds arc worn. Only the right kinds here Shirtwaists at Less Than Cost. )n Underwear!, reu Hosiery! FOlt WOMEN'. Sunday-schoI'rayer-meetln- wator-werk- s. k FOH MKN aiKN. Fast black or tan full fashioned Shirts and drawers of lightest weight but durable and elastic. All sizes, :25c socks, strong and elastic, 10c. a garment. FOH WOMKN. Pine gauz cotton and Lisle, plain or Kxtra light Mace vests, prettily tin drop stitch, the best 25e stocking en lshed for 10c. Uonulue Lisle thread earth. Yeu can't excel It. vests In fancy stitches 25c. FOU CHILDREN, FOlt CIIIIjDHUX. Narrow ribbed cotton, fast black et Gauze vests and drawers nicely fin- ceurso, heavy heels, knees and teos. A wearer. 15c. ished 10c te 25c, according te size. 100 cresenau mm drag-gi- st D. HUNT & SON. : .V M" 'ti iA'lhiJrraiL SBKn m;. jSTMrs. Joe Weed, bearding, Third Btroet; Convent property. . . T 25 East dapperlings in Kentucky CHIM OFFERS TO S TTLE. t- - XXCirTSClAY,Ot.Y OVRTU, TIIAXKSalVINO AND CltRlSTUAS. Sfttn&Ac J, VJtfJfl UH V. D. Cenklln, Bewersvllle, O., says: "I received mere benefit from Feley's Kidney Cure than from months or treatment by physicians." Taka no substitute. J. Jas. Weed & Sen and Armstrong & Ce. A temperance campmceting will be Fer mosaulte bites, bite or stings et Insects, animals or reptiles,, apply Bal-lnts. Snow Liniment. Jt counteracts the potion In the wound, subdues the In flanimatlen and heats the nosh. Price, 25 and GO tents. J. Jas. Weed & Sen. v v. PROOF for the SINGER. . le ItefuwvM, ill) However, te Vay llie 1'er Cent, l'ennlty en About Slv TliciUMund The laws of health requtre that the bow els move once each dny, nod one et the penalties (or vioD VA SCS. lating this law Is piles. Keep your bow els regular S UBSGRIPTIOXS-IX- A . 00 hy taking a dose et Chamberlain's Stomach unci - Onelwir 30 l.lver Tablets w hen necessary and you will never ... .... Six Months Thrfce' HeBtlu '8 have that severe punishment Inflicted upon you. Price 25 cents. Fer sale by J. Jus. Weed tfc Sen, by Ceul- - Druggists. Per Xeatb . Tey able te Collector at end of Menth. .e. ivwi Vrfw. i?utin7,JCy Street, Maysville, Third u .fiw held at the Chautauqua grounds at Lexington Soptember 1st te 10th. Dellar. 23. - W,Mft "..' r ye I jiti F tfjPlJt VESt? W Everybody ban heard of the V. L. Douglas Bhee-I- n tbe factory at Brockton, Maas.. there are 22V singer Sewlrjg Machines used for stitching, first, because of quality of work produced; aeceud, durability!' third, light running. Maysville has a branch office of Singer Machines with T. P. BRADLEY, Manager. Office Bleck. Opera-house A .......... delivered carrier. ... Miss Mamle Cooper, who will be most pleasantly romerabered by a heBt of friends, is happily and prosperously LEST WE FORGET! situated as Gevernoss te the child of a wealthy Bostonian. Miss Cooper is the Over 2,000 Democratic Precinct accomplished sister of Mrs. A. R. BurElection Beards, HO Democratic gess, with whom she has spent many County Election Beards, and a solidly Democratic Suite Election Beard months In this city. every one the creation of 3tr. Geebcl Plump cheeks, flushed with the soft or hi agentt certltled te the fellow glow of health, and a pure complexion injr vote cast at the election held in make all women beautiful. Herblne ImKentucky en Tuesday, Ne ember 7th, parts strength and vitality te the sys180O tem and the rosy hue of health te the S. Tauler.... 193,7 14 cheeks. Trice, 60 cents. J Jas. Weed & mutant Goebel Sen. 101,331 William J. D. Bramel of Robertsen county, 2,3S3 Tayler'8 Plurality. while alighting from a train at Cynthl-ana- , one leg going The reports of the building associa- under slipped and fell, the car. The train started and tions of the country tell a story of before it was stepped two cars, had prosperity which the Democratic passed ever the leg, crushing it in Editors and orators will net be able te such a manner that amputation was necessary. refute. Piles are net only in, and of themselves very painful and annoying, but often Who could respect a "Court" that greatly aggravate and even cause ether should alters its instructions te the Jury after grave and painful affections, andTabler's therefore, net be neglected. a great been nearly all the arguments are concluded, Buckeye Pile ItOintment is them. Price. te 50 will cure sufferers as directing the Jury te find the prisoner cents in bottles. Tubes, 75 cents. J. Jas. I NELSON'S $3.50 CUSTOM-FI- T )) i TAN SHOES FOR $2.50. WOMEN'S, MISSES' County ilerk Claude Chlnn, of Lexington, as here, in company with Agent Sprinkle, of the Maryland Itealty Deposit Ce., Chlnn'a, surety, and had a eng conference with Attorney Ureek nridge. Chlnn and his bondsmen te pny all of the shortage with Am exception of $800 due en back taxes for the year lbJ8. lie offered :e pay about $10,000, but would net igree te pay the 20 per ceut. penalty jn $0,000 of that amount. The penalty nmeuntK te $1,200, and t suit for it was filed in the Franklin ilrcuit court just before Sprinkle and Zhinn arrived here. Attorney (leneral Ureckinrldge te accept such n settlement and Inputs en the payment of the pen Frankfort, Ky., Avg. wffim6fr Through the courtesy of Black & German, manufacturers of n ef-!er- cd RADIANT, HOME HEATERS, we will have en exhibition at our store all this week the Geld Air Blast Steve. Call and see a $500 l' A LI nV 1 1 I Lbmiiimtii Steve. LEONARD & LALLEY MARKET STREET. THE FORTY-SIXT- DEMONSTRATION Will -- be convincing. Once used our Ceal will ever after be the only kind that finds favor. The freodem from dirt and stone, small percentage of waste EXHIBITION OP TI1K re-,'us-ed ilty. Y0UTSEY DANGEROUSLY ILL. and excollent burning qualities are potent factors In securing the approval of coal consumers, naru ueai new en hand. GerraantewnFair WILL t (! lit HELD IMijulcInn Arc In Cenntnnt Atteml-nnc- e ou tlie Simpcct nt Georgetown A AVIfe'-- i Appeal. WILLIAM DAVIS, 'V'HUMI HI. 302 EAST SECOND STREET. FIFTH WARD. AND CHILDREN'S BARGAIN TABLES ARE WORTH guilty? Weed & Sen. With a sixty million bushel corn crop the farmers of Seuth Dakota should make sure that this is sold for doldollars, net for lars, as it will be if they vote for 100-cent 48-ce- nt Bryan. The first act of the first Congress excluded foreign built ships from American registry, se that American built ships should enjoy the carriage of our foreign commerce, at least under the American Flag. Democrats are opposing that statute and demand- about It. Every day we tell you what we knew. Every day we knew that you knew things that we don't knew. And we knew that you knew that we don't knew it, and still you don't tell us. New, if you tell us what you knew then we'll tell what we knew and also what you knew, and then our readers will knew what they knew and what we knew and also what you knew, and what we knew that you knew we knew you knew. A 3tln(sti-r- If you knew nn item kindly tell us LOOKING OVER AT BARKLEY'S. K J tion is te state it mildly. It was the general understanding nil along that the nominee of the Democratic primary was te be selected te fill the unexpired term of Judge Booe when he should resign, and Governer Beckham had given his express premise later that the choice of the people would 'be appointed by him. We are net aware what influences were brought te bear te induce Governer Beckham te ignore his premise and appoint another, but it was a very bad stroke of political policy te say nothing mere. Under the law the Governer seems te have the appointing power in such cases, though there is some ambiguity as te the matter, and the election, by the Fiscal Court was held in order te cover all the ground, relying upon the premise of the Governer te appoint the choice of the people." Judge for 'Fleming. Speaking of the telegrams that broke in upon the banqueters announcing the appointment gently of Editor Wyatt, The T.-hints that Beckham is a liar in these seething words "Te say that they caused indigna- Oeml Hark. "I had a severe attack of bilious colic, get a bottle of Chamberlain's Celic, Cholera and IJiarrluea Remedy, took two de-and was entirely cured," bays Rev. A. A. Tower of Emperia, Kas. "My neighbor across the street was sick for ever a ing its repeal 111 years after its enact- week, had two or three bottles of medicine from ment. Seme of the same Democrats the doctor. He used them for three or four days without relief, then called in another doctor, who probably are voting for Andrew treated htm for some days and gave him no relief, se discharged him. I went ever te sie him the Jacksen for President in 1900. neit morning. He sild his bowels were In a terrible B, that they had been runnlngouselong flux. It was The Ledger's Christian contempo- that tried almost bloodyCelic, I asked him if hea had Chamberlain's Cholera and rary of The Flemingsburg Times-DemocrRemedy and he said, 'Ne.' I went home will lese his religion if aifd brought him my bottle and gae him one dese: told him te take another dose In Of teen or Beckham makes many mere "breaks" twenty minutes If he did net find relief, but he like the one in appointing a County took no mere and was entirely cured." Fer sale by J. Jas. Weed & Sen, Druggists. ' 1 es Dlar-rluv- at Wl lyyJJyyiijyiJ!! g jtonetk; TOBA CCO KN1 VE, Yeu cannot cut your tobacco or corn unless you have the proper kind of knife. There's only one place in this section of the country where you can get the proper kind, and that is at our house in Maysville. We have a knife the likes of which has never been seen in this part of the country before one that will net only save you time, but will save lets of labor as well. It will pay you te take a leek at our stock of Knives before making a purchase. The people of Ohie certainly have s partisan iuterest in the at Georgetown; therefore, their opinion is much calmer than that of the average Kentuckian. Commenting en the outcome of the Powers case no farce-trial- The Times-Sta- r says Kfc fa' "Under the instructions of the Court no ether verdict than that rendered in the Powers case could have been expected, even by the meat optimistic. Te the. Jury was left no alternative but to find the defendant guilty. That the Jury knew the weakness of the evidence of the prosecution and was governed solely by the instructions of the Court was demonstrated by its unanimous determination en the first ballet te assess the punishment at life imprisonment. The man who killed Goebel, or the men who conspired te for that purpose, deserve no ether fate than death The Jury, in the face of the Judge's charge, could bring no ether verdict than guilty, but having in its power the ability te leave time te right the wrong availed itself of the loophole. The law of the charge and the law of the decisions of the Court en the admission of certain testimony is a matter for higher Courts te pass upon. It is 'te be hoped that they will net be guided by the partisan spirit that has been se keenly manifested by Judge Cantrill. Te the unprejudiced observer the display of partisanship by the Court throughout has been apparent. Evidence which the prosecution was permitted te admit was denied te the defense; a tlieusand and one little incidents developed during tfie trial te prove the Court's bigoted character incidents which culminated in the arbitrary instructions which virtually removed from the Jury aU power te pass upenthe. evidence." Ji Georgetown, Ky., Aug. 25. Henry Standard Dictionary, Youtsey's illness took a turn for the worse Thursday njsjrlit and his condiYY Encyclopedia and:::::: tion is serious. Doctors are in conAtlas of thft World! stant attendance upon him nt the jail. Ills wife, in tears, begged Commonwealth Attorney Franklin te allow Anybody can mix dough Youtsey bail, in order that Youtsey TlireiiKh n special arrnnneruent with the pub. and call it bread, but it reWacealla. The Ledoer Is might be removed te a hospital. llslieri, l''niik A for the NEW STANDARD ready quires an expert te DICte tufce orders TIONARY OF THE KNOLISH LANGUAGE. Franklin refused. i Friday morning when court con301,865 Vecabularly Terms, vened Judge Cantrill had the court247 Editors and Specialists, room te himself. There wns only the clerk and a lonely deputy in sitrht. 533 Readers for Quotations This performance will be rehearsed r 5,000 Illustrations, until the return of ntterneys with Cost Over 5960,000, their bill ei exceptions. Appendix of 500,000 Facts, Kept Her Werd. of 28,000 Entries, Cyclopedia I'aducah, Ky., Aug. 25. After waiting until he was pardoned from the 88 Full Page Maps. t penitentiary, te which he had beeu Miss sentenced for manslaughter, ET Art Is the best Ilread. INDISPUNSAIILEl "3 W ranees Nash has become the wife of tifil Delicious, sweet and whole- ff- "I i -3a : J PClaude Wndlingten. They went te some : Metropolis, 111., Friday, where the ' t ceremony wns performed. Wellington' is from Uracey, Ky., and Miss Nash from Princeton. A few years age Wndlingten killed his cousin, named Wilben, at Gracey, and, after a long trial, was sentenced te two He was years in the penitentiary. If you want a pardoned, however. When he denned T? heated In tbe limine Hum the stripes Miss Xash said she would cleanly, economical, nnd satisfactory manbe true te him, and she was. ner, the het uatei system will de It. 1'uvtera Tuken te I.enlMVllle. There are several sj stems: but expert Georgetown, Ky., Aug. 25. Caleb eucehas proven that Powers, who was refused a new trial by .Judge Cantrill, was taken te "Our Own'" authoritative! Louisville, where he will be kept in jail for two weeks, the time given Het PRICE LIST: his attorneys te file a bill of excep- Half Ruisla ( IV ONF volume ) IT.00 lit no With nenlHOifn Full Ituss it tions. Jt is alleged the judge discev Full Morocco I Reference Indf.T. J Water 24.00 ered a plot to rescue Powers from Half RursIu f i.v two vni.rMi. 1 pMUO Russia II With Delilsen't the Georgetown jail. The court orig- Full Morocco Reference Index. ) Boilers ! .W.PO Full inally ordered him sent te Frankfort Are decidedly thw jail, but at the prisoner's attorneys' TERMS, S3.00 Down, $2.00 Per Menth. net We take nle.isfflUSi?. ure In referring te teDiscount of '2(0 en all orders paid In cash, request he was taken te Louisville. Spleneld opportunity te secure one of the most them Flr( National costly nud useful literary productleus en eusy Located the Fugitive. payments. nnnk.WA'hlnRten Oiiera Iieum. Themas a Uuvti Leave orders at once. Williamsburg, Ky., Aug. 25. Wm. Fer further Information and circulars, address All nerk Kuaraiitet-UHatfield, Gee. Hichardsen and Jehn THE PUBLIC LEDOER, KSmith, three of the four men who es & CO., caped from the Campbell county 10 East Third Street, Maysville, Ky (Tenn.) jail several days nge, have been located near llockheld, eight STEAM HEATING, miles north of here, and orders have PLUMBING and GAS FITTING, been sent te Constable Early at that point te make the arrest at once. t AihtrtlKmtnUof "uruler Ne. 119 Sutten, Street, MAYSVILLE, KllUI Help the headingt 1'ercy Sullivan, who also escaped, told J.1 U Wonted," ".Vituatleni M.ssiiiii his companions he was going north Wanted," "Leit" and "Iiund," and net ejcetcdlng of the Ohie rier. three linei in length, are FREE te all. IiimtUmI e"Xe Iluslm-- AtltcrliiH-iitciittill. CoIneii Will Spenk. Middlesboreugh, Ky., Aug. 25. The Mltlieut yaj. If amweri fall te come the flnt time, xre imlte as republican campaign in the mounaJ3?a2 you secure mans repetition! at are tains will be opened at Uarbdursville adveitlie for. We withneectiaryte te fed what they that edt ertitert I). G. Colsen are net Imposing en vt by using our free columns. next Monday, when Cel. will speak. Several thousand people KWAdvcrttiert MUST furnish copy, which can be left at the office or sent by matt. are expected te be present. Colsen has net made a pubTHE PUBLIC LEDOER, Se. 10 East Third Street. lic speech since the great trial at Frankfort last spring en account of Jielp Wanted. the tragedy at the capital in January. Advertlsrmrnts under this heading inserted free; Chnrch Dentrnyed hy LlKUtnlnir. but attertlttrt mutt furnish the copy. -- COLORED Ky., llepkinsville, 25. Aug. WANTED laundry work, LAUNDRIE- S- Fer light Bethel Baptist church at Fairview HOTEL I'IIILLIPM. Dayton. lace curtains, Ac. U. itugam built a memorial en the site of JeftlrsfcUss house- fereon Davis' birthplace. It was ton, O,men at once. HOTEL PHILLIPS, Dayauiril iw struck by lightning and totally consumed by the flames. Less $10,000. Situations Wanted. This is the third church burned nt Advertisement! under this heading inserted free; Fairview within a year, the Methodist but advertltert mutt furnish the ccjiyi ART STUDIO. having also been destroyed by lightning. Wanted. .Vaineil II y Ilccklimn. FRATERNITY Aixerttsementt under this heading, net exceeding FIREMEN VCW nC August 29, 30, 31, September 1, 1900. The premiums are liberal and complete In A line exhibition et horses, cattle, hrep and swine may be confidently expected-Prepafor the exhibition at once. Many nevefc attractions will be Introduced this year. An Ideal Outing Parties from a distance will find the German town Fair an Ideal outing. Bring the children; everything provided for tnelre amusement and nothing harmful allowed, Write-thSecretary fur program. Teams free. S. W. BRADFORD. President. Jehn R. W altejj, Secretary. t. re kkk Perfect i z: Bread Trax el's E - 3 5 cscSl rS2r2H' tiittt 3 3 I GET THE BEST V CO (. ( ( ftJM6a - WTS7. . FITZGERALD IJgQpfc'S (fcelttttttt ilinvrtP J JtJ s ' , " V siMiMsHMH-H.--.H-H-M- si V. 5$S THE LEADING STYLES IN I I I FINE XrANTED-HOUSEMK- N-2 PHOTOGRAPHY "I I 1 CADY'S INSURANCE CO. Insures against Purely I N GUNS AMMUNITION! Our shells are leaded with the celebrated smokeless powder, which should make them the choice of every sportsman. We carry a full line of Builders' Hardware, as well as Farming Uten-silslevery description. The American Steel Wire Field Fence is also te be found here in any quantityjjland at the lowest possible prices. This Fence is sold with a positive guarantee. ef AX J) prank Owens .Hardware Ce. ' , ham named the following persons en the advisory beard of the agricultural bureau: M. G. Leachraan, of Washington county; Abram Itenick, of Clark county; Jehn W. Clardy, of Christian county, rind M. A. Scevill, of the Lexington State college. Alleneit K J rebuff Hclil. Beaver Dam.. Ky., Aug. 25. All the business pari, of Bosine, eight miles from here, except one store and the pest office, was wiped out by fire. The less is $5,000 with no insurance. Leen and Jim Hall have been arrested, charged "with setting the buildings en fire. Tiiic Wllnen In Jail, Taducah, Ky., Aug. 25. W. C. Wileon, better known ns "Tug" Wilsen, Is in jail here en the charge of giving a worthless check te his bearding house. He claims te be working for a Cincinnati insurance company, and claims Memphis as his home. Oil Dnrrel Illew Up. Glenwood, Ky., Aug. 25, At Johneon's store an explosion of an oil barrel blew Johnsen's son te the top of a shade tree, from which he fell, breaking several ribs and burning his face te a blister. He can net recover. Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 25. Gov. Beck- five lines, 10 cents each insertion, ee or BO cents a munity. n list of subscribers te WANTED-SNetice their staudlnK In the com- u'. GEORGE R. (JILL, Agent. cheap, safe 'r and conservative. Agent, Adt ertlsements under this heading, net exceeding J. M, COLLINS, Attorney, Street, Maysll!e, Ne, 34 West Third Ave lints, 10 cents each insertion, or 10 cents a week. corner Second and poplar streets. Apply te JOHN D. O. ZWEIOAHT. mar23 tf Fer Rent. FIRE, WIND and LIGHTNING Kv 4 . WILLIAM ail Court COCHRAN, .Jlnyatill, accounts. I J?qr Me. Hal-le- e. Attorney at Law. Adrertliementt under tMi heading, net exceeding five lines, 10 cents each intertien, or it cents a wetM, Heuse I?OR 8ALE OR street. Apply te Kallee A at Limestone My household ceod are for sale; call and get a bargain. Mrs. EMILE MARTIN. 21 tw City Lets; 00 feet fronting en Sutten street. I will sell lets or nil eflt te suit purchaser. If net sold privately, will sell en Saturday, August 2Mh, at p.ib-li- e auction at 2 o'clock. Mrs. J. A. HOWE. Id RENT-HOU8E-- My trtt, Ky. ' y ..Prompt attentionette settlement " and adjustment LOW PHICES. of estates GOOD WORK.. J I ! MURRAY THOMAS, -- CEMETERY AND BU1LDIHQ WORK. Attvertttrmrnlt under (Alt htatllng inserted free; 108 ir. Secesld itrnet. MA TS TILLS, KY.. copy. but advtrttttrt mutt furnish the of Tteys, between Pest, CHICMrnTrnn rum mu and Rains's Warehouse, with my name en them. Finder please return te JAMK8 M, RAINS. augaiw PUR8E-0n Third utrtet. between Dr. llwi mulls. LaJlaMtDnifrlit WJSUR.CUlCirESTKK'S KNOLiail Shackleferd'a office and Sutten street, a Purse, containing a V bill. 10 cents IS K& 04 UOld KMWBIa U1M. MSlfcl In sliver, a trunk key and a streetcar ticket. ReKh klM ribbee. Tak iViSWi 0ASMM1 Kktlta.fA etitr. JUniM turn te Dr. HH A CKLKFORD. aiiKlUw uiil Imltm. Uaas. BtJ ef Tu Drift 1l et Mil 4. la ' L08T-KEY8-Runch -- est. MONUHENTAL,- PINNYRQYAL r PILLS mouse-colore- d "r ill&M Advertisements ututer, eAsieaiHiifinterled fr'tel mm . : f'i .v ' t 1 , i &t- W.'V-'- i m r . ;i ' rw.n I "-'- -- .5 , PTLii m TIERCE s SMMMMMERHHHH $ FIGHTING NIIfE LIVES WERE LOST. The v p Nciv Urltlnh Tramp Stcnmcr Indrn Wrecked en the Seuth African Cenat. Five Hundred American Troops Philadelphia, Aug. 25. Information Encounter a Force ei' Boxhas just been received here of the stranding during a hurricane of the ers Near Tien-Tsinew Uritish tramp steamer Indrn, n. V '. ! V Capt. F. L. Burkell, which sailed with a cargo of sugar from .Seurabaya, A SIGNAL DEFEAT FOB THE CHINESE Java, June 10, for Philadelphia, and nine lhes are believed te have been lest. The vessel is nshere and n total Over Three Hundred of the Celestials less at Gurrtufui.jryi the coast of Met Death en the Battlefield aud at the entrance te the gulf of Aden. Of the crew of 38 men, 20 were Others Were Wounded. saved, and it is believed the ethers "perished in the gale or were carried The, American! Ilnd Five Wounded into captivity by the natives. Whercubentn of the Dimnner On August IS the Indra ran into a KnipreHfi Unknown The Latent hurricane and was swept ashore. Scheme of LI Iltuiir Chimv. Capt. Burkell and 28 of the crew succeeded In reaching Aden in n lifeboat, from which place the captain sent Londen, Aug. 25. Five hundred word of the wreck te the agents here. sigAmerican troops "participated in a A second lifeboat, containing First n nal defeat of "Boxers" euiside Officer Walker and eight men, has net 19. The fact is briefen August ly reported from Vienna. Details of been heurd from. owned by the India The Indra Is the engagement come from the Kuu-te- r Steamship Ce., limited. She is one of n in a dispatch agent at the largest freight carriers in the dated August 20. In addition te the world and Is valued at about $350,000 of 375 Americans, the force consisted and the cargo at $75,000. British and 200 Japanese, all under TRYING TO GET M'KINLEY. British general, Derward. The the light took place at a village six miles where the al- Anether KITert IleliiK Miiile te Hnve southwest of lied forces found a considerable numthe lrcHldent Attend the G. A. II. Kiicniniituent. ber of "Boxers," whom they engaged, killing ever 360 and taking 04 wednd-e- d Chicago, Aug. 25. Hepe is strong prisoners, who were sent te the hospitals of the allies. The village among Grand Army men and the lowas burned. The Americans had five cal committee that President McKin-le- y will reconsider his determination wounded, the Japanese six and the British none. Hundreds of Boxers, and uttend the national encampment. Hags, spears and swords were capTelegrams were sent te him by n tured. number of ellicinls nnd friends. CommaShaw asked the presFrem Shanghai comes a report, nder-in-Chief qualified by the assertion that it is ident te make n sacrifice for the sake from purely Chinese sources, that the of the old soldiers, who have been empress dowager, after proceeding .oeking forward te meeting him in one day's journey from l'eking, be- Clricnge, and urged him te be prescame terrified at the looting by Gen. ent for the parade Tuesday. Tung Fuh Sing's troops and went Already delegations of the Women's back te Peking. Belief Cerps nre arriving and tlu A Chinese telegram from Tsinanfu electioneering for candidates has be6nys that Prince Tuun has been cap- gun. Among the first te reach the tured by a detachment of the allies. city were the Kansnns, who have Other Chinese messages record a come early te work for their candiformation of a previsional govern- date for national president, Mrs. Ida ment in Peking by the allies, but this Wilsen Moere, wife of Judge O. L. appears te be a purely military meas- Moere, of the Eighth district of Kanure and merely an elaboration of the sas. Mrs. Moere is a daughter of the scheme for dividing the city into sec- late Sennter Wilsen, of Kansas, and is tions for police purposes. president of the W. It. LI Hung Chang has received word C. of Kansas. that the allies entered Peking easily ARE BRITISH SUBJECTS. because the troops of Gen. Tung Full biang utterly refused te fuce the alNew Yerk City Will XeirrePN lies. Mnkc an Appeal te Or cut According te the Shanghai correIlrltuln (or I'rotectien. spondent of the Daily Express, Earl Li, recognizing the futility of an atNew Yerk, Aug. 25. Dr. M. S. N. tempt te drive the foreigners from Pierre, of 313 West 41st street, a NeChina, new professes conversion te gro from British Guiana, and 200 of reform principles. preadvices announce the re- Ills fellow British subjects have Shanghai pared a petition te Hen. Percy, Sanceipt there of a Chinese efilcial dispatch asserting that Emperor Hwang derson, British consul, asking him te Suli lias been found and rescued by take the necessary steps for theli protection. The petition alleges that the Japanese. tlwe signers were brutally attacked bv seMessages from report rious mortality among American the mob in the recent riots in this city and that the police, instead el horses owing te the heat. ghing them protection, nctually Delayed advices te Hunter, dated Peking, August 11, reiterate the state- urged the mob te great fury. 'a he consul is reminded that the ments regarding the treachery of the signers, as subjects of her Britannic Chinese en the night before the relief They have informed the mem- majesty, have been educated te rebers of the legations that orders spect law and order and the legally have been issued te cease firing. Thi? constituted authorities, and if perwas followed by a desperate attack, mitted will de se. They believe, howand it was only the welcome sound ever, that there is net adequate proof the cannon of the relieving fercr tection afforded te them under the in the morning that renewed the present circumstances, and Censul courage of the foreigners. The cor- Sanderson is respectfully petitioned respondent ndds: "The Chinese ad- te take such steps as he deems wise mit having lest 3,000 in the various in the premises. attacks upon the legations. Our ra Children Killed By I.lKlitnliiK. tiens dwindled te one pound n day, Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 25. During consisting of horseflesh nnd rice. a storm here two children of Chnrles "When the American detachment Zunker (Frieda nnd Adele, aged 0 attacked, the whole Chinese force and 8 years) were killed by lightning concentrated against them, leaving while at piny in a barn en their gate unwatched, where- father's furpi, two miles north of the the Sha-II- e upon tlie British entered there with- city. The county hospital was struck out the less of n man." by lightning, a section of the reef tern away and the electrical plant NtMVM 111 AVllNlllllKtOIl. rendered useless. Washington, Aug. 25.1 The Chinese Ileuil In n llnth Tnli. situation has developed little of imPortsmouth, N. II., Aug. 25. pert portance. It is stated frankly by the ellk'inls of the state, war and navy H. KnuiTman, of St. Leuis, was found departments that no dispatches have dead in a bath tub at the Rockingham hotel here. It is evident that he inbeen received bearing en the prel-lewhich has yet te be solved, name- tended te take a bath, but hit his ly, the position of China's affairs at head against the gas light bracket, fell face down into the tub of water the hands of the powers. and was drowned. He was the son of Mere MImhIeii Iliimetl, Jehn Knuft'man, n grain operator of Berlin, Aug. 25. It is announced in St. Leuis. a dispatch' from Amey that many Thought te lie Ilreacl'M Accomplice. mere American and British missions Londen, Aug. 25. According te a in the neighborhood of Amey have from Berne, William recently been looted nnd burned by dispatch New Yerk, alleged of te be nn n mobs, and that Thursday night anarchist, has been arrested there. Jupanese temple was burned'. Compromising documents were .found en his person, and it is suspected thnt Henulitpd. ChlncRC Repeatedly accomplice of Bresci, the he wns Vienna, Aug. 25. The commander assassin the King Humbert. of of the Austrian warship Kaiserin l'lirniern' Futul Quarrel. Theresa telegraphs that in the enen Dallas, Tex., Aug. 25, At Grapegagement fought near Tien-Tsi- n August 10 the Chinese were repent-edl- y vine, Prairie county, 15 miles north repulsed by the Japanese and of Dallas, Frank Kinnernler shot and killed S. Estill and was himself badly American cavalry. stabbed. Beth were farmers and Launch Struck Hy Llffhtnlntt. EsQulney, Ill.f Aug. 25. The steam quarreled ever business matters. till had recently been released from launch Lillian was struck by lightasylum. ning while out en a pleasure trip. the state insane Stewnway Jntnpa Overboard. Hughcy Patten was knocked unconNew Orleans, Aug. 25. Custce Salscious and it was an hour before he showed 'signs of life. Frank Schau-ste- n vaeor, n stowaway aboard the steamand Alva Meyers were badly er Southgate, jumped overboard when Themas near the city, and escaped. Detectives burned by the lightning, White, stove manufacturer, was for arrested him about 50 miles below the geme hours completely paralyzed city. On account of his desperate effort te escape he is suspected of being from hips down, but will recover. an anarchist. Ne Indictments ThU Week. Hetel Hoef Lifted Off. New Yerk, Aug. 25. The grand Springfield, 111.. Atigi 25. A terrific jury examined a dozen colored men who claim te have been abused by the storm' took the reef entirely off the Leland'hetel turning it police in' the recent' 'riqts. Th.a dis- annex. trict attorney's office says, the indlc-- , upside devvn and Jttynp; It ever the mentB will' net be decided' before next kitchen. Repert is' ttiat 'great dam', " age vftn.dotte e.t Chailiriih, tfendayV "' Af-ric- a, Tien-Tsi- Tien-Tsi- Tien-Tsi- n, pleaded guilty. Have you anything te say?" "I have nothing te suy except thnt 1 threw myself en the mercy of the Qnick Jnstice Meted Out te the court," replied Peck Judge Nye then said! "In crimes Negro Who Caused the such as that te which you have pleaded guilty there is but one penalty Akren Riots. provided. That is imprisonment for life. It is the judgment of the court that you be confined in the penitenTAKEN FRpii CLEVELAND TO AKRON tiary for life. Yeu must pay the costs of this proceeding, and that for the first 30 dnys of your imprisonHe Pleads Guilty te Rape and the ment you shall bejjlaced in solitary Judge Imposes a Sentence of confinement." After Peck had been sentenced he Life Imprisonment. was at once taken in a closed enrriage te the Center street crossing of the lliiNtlcd en te CelmnhuH, Where He Cleveland, Akren & Columbus railway and pluced en beard the train in la Locked Up, Safe Frem the charge of Sheriff Kelly and tnken en 31b UctiilU of the ltupld te the state penitentiary nt ColumTrip nnd Trial. bus. Se quickly nnd quietly was Peck brought Inte the city, sentenced and Akren, 0., Aug. 25. Lewis Peck, the sent te Columbus thnt but very few Negro who raped the little 'Mans girl people knew what had transpired. and caused the Akren riots, had jus- There wns no crowd at the railway tice meted out te him at quite a either when the train nrrived or derapid rate. Prison Keeper Washer, parted. of this city, went te Cleveland and had a conference with Peck. The I'eck In the Penitentiary. prisoner was willing te plend guilty Columbus, 0., Aug. 25. Peck arte attempted assault, the penalty for rived nt the penitentiary in the cuswhich is 20 years. Washer said no; tody of the sheriff of Summit county that if he would net plead guilty te at 8:45 o'clock. He felt greatly recriminal nssault, the penalty for lieved when the heavy iron gate which is life Imprisonment, he would closed behind him and he realized G. A. R. ENCAMPMENT LIFE INTBE PEN charging you with rape. Yeu have TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. Al Weinlg, of Buffalo, defeated Jim Wntts, colored, of LeuiBvillc, In the fifth round of a bout in Niagara G. Fi Hedges was nominated for congress by the First Wisconsin district democratic congressional convention. At Galveston, Tex., Jimmy Smith knocked Geerge (Cookie) Deffernri out in the 11th round of what was te ave been a match. The pest office department has ordered the establishment of rural free delivery en September 1 at Granville, 0., and additional service at Ft. Wayne, Ind. Harry Johnsen, of Pittsburgh, and Geerge (Kid) Bush, of Buffalo, went 20 rounds te a draw before the Olympic Athletic club in Buffalo. They fought at 126 pounds. ALLEN A. EDMONDS, 10 East Third St., MAYgVILLE, Kf. Seasonable Drygoeds. Fancy and Staple, FRIDAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. The population of Rochester, N. Y., is 102,345. m The population of St. Leuis is nceerding te the census bureau. The population of Indianapolis, Ind., the census bureau says, is 575,-23- S, Carpets, Oilcloths, Mattings. Housekeeping Goods Generally Always in Stock. 100,101. The allied forces in Peking are waiting for instructions from their governments as te what te de next. The United States etlicials nre conthe propriety of withdrawn troops from Peking te Taku. has been further fighting nt The Chinese sought te cut the line of communication, but were driven back with slight less. Henry Youtsey, one of the suspects in the Goebel murder, is dangerously ill in jail. Doctors are in constant attendance upon him. His wife's prayer that he be allowed ball, in order that he might be removed te a hospital, was unavailing. Tien-TsiTien-Tsin. AT CHICAGO. sidering ing the or There GEO. COX & SON. Established in 1819. 4fnL State National Bank, OF MAYSYILLE, KY. Court of IToner nnd Reviewing Stand en Michigan Boulevard. ENTRANCE OF THE CHICAGO COLISEUM BUILDING. Capital Mteclt, 01OO,(XM Gen. De AVet Headed On". 30,000 Nurlu&... ...., l, Londen, Aug. 25. Gen. according te a dispatch te the ritnndttrd from Pretoria, headed off D0E3 A OKSKRAL B A SEIKO BCBZXE&S Sen. De Wet, preventing his junction with the main body of the enemy. SAMl'EL M. HALL, De Wet abandoned his transport aud I'resIJent. dis(.HAS. U. I'EARCK. took te the hills, his commando JAS. K.rKIIlK, Outlier. persing, some trekking south. Lord Kitchener has returned te Pretoria. JOHN W. PORTER. . H. CUMMIKGS. Shnrkey Knocked Ont. New Yerk, Aug. 25. Whipped into PORTER & CUMMINGS. insensibility in less than two rounds FUNERAL DIRECTORS. is the history of Tem Sharkey's meeting with Beb Fitzsimmons at the 'Jeney Island Sporting club. aiAYSVIZZE, KT 17K Second utrtet. was the victor, Sharkey the Baden-Powel. Vlce-PrFitz-dnime- ns loser. THE NATIONAL LEAGUE. IMilliulclplilit. Clnclnnntl Leuix Were the Winner and of 9 .St. Three Innings. Pittsburg. 1 GnineH 2 3 1 Yesterday. S the 5 6 7 R. II. E. 2 10 3 Tien-Tsi- n Cincinnati 111 12 0 C(( Batteries Chesbro. Busting and Sehriver; Newton and Kaliee. Umpire J Snyder. 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 0 4 0 2 0 0 Mrs..V.Pavis. Millinery. ) Ill Innings. Batteries--Powe- f'hicage... t. Leuis.. '.) 2 3 4 5 6 7 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0001200 R II K. 7 in 0 ') 5 Maysville.Ky. BAII.WAY TIMECABDSlT ))) 4 and Robinson; ritlitli, Chnucc and Dexter. Umpire -- Swnrtwced. R. II B. 2 3 4 5 0 7 S 0 Innings. 4 0 New Yerk 10 000000 ll 1 Ilnwleyand Grady; Pm.u and MeKniiand. Umpire O'Day. Batteries Clubs. Philad'n.. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 01 1 3 12 1 Lear ft. bAS a in 1:15 p ni Hen They Stand. Wen. Lest. MASW LK HIMMON. .. JlHysvllle All train ilftll? mvpt jvwday A1IKIVAL-- . . Arrwet. i:45am S:aepiq Brooklyn ... .. Pet. .'W 7 5S Pittsburgh Lnieage Philadelphia Most en Cincinnati .. St. Leuis ... New Yerk .. .... . ... .. .. ..54 ..10 ..'47 30 40 IS 4S IS 52 52 30 ..'Ml ..vi: ATMAVKMLLE. N'e. IB 930 49 ,;ej t7i IITE Kitt ..17 11 39 Wnl Frent View of the Structure, In Which Part tion Will Be Held. be taken of the G. A. R. Celebra- am Ne. i... .1:33 p m Ne. is Vieptut Ne. 3). 8:(0 p mt Ne. I 10:41 p nx Ne. 19 5:30 a mt Ne. - B.2U a m' Ne. 17. aiMam Ne. 3.. .3:2U pm Ne.l&...4:30puit 1 THE MARKETS. Cincinnati, Aug. 21. Dally, many pxrypt Sunday. m FLOUU. Spring fancy, 3.C03.?0; te Akren for trial. Lewis that he was safe from mob violence very thought, but He had little te say and was quickly spring family, $3.103.40; spring patshuddered at the ent, $4(04.50; winter fancy, $3.4(3.70; Hnnlly ngreed te plead guilty te crim- conducted te a cell. winter family, $3(23.23; winter patent, inal assault and accept a life sen- nuMiiour.eu CIXCISX.ITI RAILWAY. Jiiad lhjwn. 2:W s Frankfort, tttotgtiewn, Carlittc and XaynllU. V Him-ber- g, Ma-ri- ft j of-th- e Vl" tence. In the meantime a grand jury here indicted Peck en the charge of criminal assault. After Peck's agreement te plead guilty te criminal assault he was taken te the depot, where a train was taKcn for this place. Just after leaving Cuyahoga Falls, while the train was en route from Oevelund te Akren, Peck begged Prison Keeper Washer te sheet him instantly in the event a mob was awaiting at Akren. The train arrived here at 3:30. A carriage was waiting at the railway station and the streets te the courthouse were patreted by the state militia. Peck was hustled into a carriage and in three minutes the courthouse was reuched. Few who glanced at the rnpidly driven carriage suspected that it con-- l tained the man the furious mob of Wednesday night wanted te lynch. Peck was taken in at the rear doer of the courthouse. There was a stir among the soldiers crowding te the rear of the court room. Judge D. J. Nye, of FJyrie, presided. He had arrived In Akren at neon. Twe minutes after Peck rcrfched the court Deputy Sheriff Ed Hershey read the Peck steed up with indictment. mnnacled hands. He pleaded guilty In n firm voice, nis worn eyes shifted nervously about the room. Then he ant down, and Prosecutor Wanama-ke- r whfspered with him briefly. ThenJndge Nye said: "Mr. Peck, you have1 heard' the indictment read ANOTHER RACE WAR. Serteli Threatened necn Whiten and lllnck In Salilne County, Tea.s. Trenhlc He. Center, Tex., Aug. 25. Serious trouble is threatened between the whites and blacks in Sabine county. A messenger arrived here from Sexeon with a report that trouble was expected, and requested assistance from Center. Six men left nt once for Sexten and ethers went there later. The trouble grew out of n letter written hy a Negro making known a plot te kill Sheriff Win. Policy, Daniel Davis, James Ingram and several ether citizens. A Negro who received the letter took It te Sheriff Policy te read for him. ne was arrested en the spot, and the sheriff took a posse with him and arrested 13 ether Negroes. An examination is being held at Sexten. Many of the Negroes are openly making threats, and the number of white men is being constantly augmented by arrivals from nearby towns. Sexten is 15 miles from a telegraph or telephone station. Drynrftte Spenk te Tammany. New Yerk, Aug. 25. The. executive committee of Tammany hall met and urrunged for the reception of William J. Bryan en October 6. A committee Was appointed for the work. Richard Croker is a member of the cemmUtec, and the .meeting nt which Mr. Brynh js te speak yvtll be hl'ld under the auspices' of' Tammany." extra, $2.23(a2.50; low grade, rye, $2.93 northwestern city, $3(3.10. GRAIN. Wheat: Ne. 2 red quotable at 74e en track. Sales: Ne. 3 red, track, 70c. Cern: Ne. 2 mixed quotable at 42V-.- en track. Sales: Yellow car, track, 42c. Oats: Sales: Ne. 1 mixed, track, 222c; de, at 22V. LIVE STOCK. Hegs: Select shippers, $3.35; select butchers, $5.eU(a 5.35; fair te' geed packers, $3.23(u5 i0; fair te geed light, $5.40((T5.50; comCattle: mon and roughs, S4.40(g5.05. Fair te geed shippers, J4.75(a"3.40; geed te choice butchers, $4.Cr(n5.10j fair te medium butchers, $3.904.60; Sheep: Extras, common, $3.50(f3.C5. &3.50g3.75; geed te choice, $2.003.iO; :ommen te fair, $2(g;2.50. Lambs: Extras, $5.C05.75; geed te choice, S4.50(t5.30; common te fair, $2.7i 1.25. Veal Calves: Fair te geed light, 4(eT). fG.25(5T7; common and large, Chicago, Aug. 23. Wheat Ne. 2 red, 7375yac; Ne. 3 de, 7iya74.c; Ne. 2 hard, C9g72y2c; Ne. 3 de. cT70c; "Ne, 1 northern spring, 73i3 16c; Ne. 2 de, 73(J75c; Ne. 3 spring, 58yj74c. Cern: Ne. 2, 39(a0c; Ne. 3, 39JJC Oats: Ne. 2, 2122c; 3.S5JT4; $2ft?2.20: 3.10; de G Jieait Cp. V'A l'ARI AMI K. C. p. u. P. U. A. U. e r.-Lv , Rk'limeiiil 2.w Ar 1:00 7:20 A.M. 5:M 6.17 7:10 9:30 10:0s I ll-- i ;:) n:n I IAr. 1'arU ,f IrorKPtew n ... . Winchester. Maysvllle 11:42 7:. M0 Frankfort ... .Lvl 8:30 5:10 4:2 6.M 'M iBmmmjmr VAMIKKIULT cjjr-i...4ri, NYSTEM. CHICAGO and &r. Leuis WAY. ItAIL Mml!mSw3Rki Leavtt. 8:30 a U:10p s:00 p a Ticket? en sale at the C. and Station In this city ter all points en this read. Heur at arrival ana departure are at Cincinnati. O. CltlCAnO, ST. LOflS AND I'EORIA DIVISION. .Chicago, St Louts, Peoria... Arrivt. 9.05 ts.-e-s m ra m m 2.30p m Chicago Special........... St. Leuis, I'eerla.......... Indianapolis ..... .05 13:00 111:00 pm p.m pm p ra i 3 K. 2 pa 'Dally. Dally except Hunday. fTVWHimLfM lSJSmmmtS3 1H1LM VM Isl Ne. 3, East Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 24. Cattle: Receipts light and feeling steady. Veals, $JS7.10. :ars; market levyer; (5,75; 21c. Ltavft. 8:15 12:15 OHIO TKAlSh KAST. iuvimen. Arrivtw 5:15 Hegs: raidium and mixed, $2,603.65; $5.55; bulk of sales, 8:0s Receipts a ra 1 Wah1nt;tMii, Baltimore, f p in i Philadelphia Xn-- Yerk. UIHSIMSII'I'I UIVMION. ROttTH, WKNT. OPTllWKRT. 10 ata pa . heavy, roughs, $4.805. Receipts, 5 cars; jr; best mixed, f3.255N.40. pigsfi $5.755.80; Sheep and Lambs: market dull and low- $J75-M5; year!:" . .. l7 am pm -- St. Leuis.. -ts:u a m ::: "ft2S am Lenlt and T.nnUvllli. 8:15 a m Lenlavllla and JefTmnnvllla 8:00 p m LeuUT'e, Jlem., New Orleans 'I'Ort rn ...-- ' 7:30 U:no 11:15 5:30 CtfOpM. am. dsl ata nm I 1 II .' j Jjally, JCally except Suniaj, "" H:M Q."1 p am. j. k-fe- ',l -. i jt2.i M V . Xfl i fc. V' f. J.((4h.Mt.'WLVltf-- Jt. ,.j; SAYI of lumber. ivYL : t?t ' shades and shapes In Hats. . - Encounters for sale,at less than cost Apply te I. M. Lane. JSfMrs. L. V, Davis has all the new "Heady-te-Woar- WHAT? w " , CRIMINAL LAWYEIl'S HAD ,MKM011Y. Baking Powder Ejrv; ii , The strongest, purest, most efficient and wholesome of leavening agents. Net lowest in price, yet the most economical ; indispensable te all who appreciate the best and most Sf Av ' f . if .healthful feed. Our country is enjoying prosperity almost F If w ' ' i R unsurpassed in its history. Fer every one there is money enough te buy that te eat which is pure, sound, geed, wholesome. Why should we use cheap, impure, articles of feed? There is no economy in them ; they endanger the health, they may cost life. There are reported almost daily cases of sickness caused by eating cake, puddings or biscuit made with the cheap, alum baking powders. In all articles for feed buy and use only tlv- best. The geed health of the family is of first consideration. un-.healt- in Ohie, with double the population, during the same period, thore had been only 49 murders. Very interesting figures, indeed. Hut did net Colonel Campbell overlook something? One of the murders was committed by William Ooebel. He forget te say anything about that coldbleoded killing. And he neglected another point. As few mnrdcrs as thore are in Ohie, Tem Campbell spent the beat days of his professional life in defending the brutes who committed some of thorn. Hecause these assassins had cheated Justice, through fixed Juries and subornation of perjury, the citizens of Cincinnati burned the Courthouse and attacked the Jail, an assault which resulted in three days' rioting and the killing and wounding of many innocent poeplo. But the murderers were safe in their cells, and Tem Campbell found rofuge In New Yerk. When next this great criminal lawyer, who has been imported to run the Courts of Kentucky, rises te reproach this state for its murders he should net emit the interesting details quoted above. WHY NOT HAND MB. KNOTT? LeuttvlUe Jivtntne I'eit. nmmtrtlal. Campbell, in his speech in the Powers case, Btatcd that in four years thore had been 600 murders in Kentucky, and that LeuitvUle What niOTt neenle want Is something mild and gentle when In need of a physic. Chamberlain's Btemach and Liver Tablets 1111 the btll te a dot They are en.iy te take and pleasant In elTVct. Fer sale by J. Jas. Weed A Sen, Druggists. Judd I & Ce. SELLING OUT It's true, all the same. G. S. Judd sold The C. and O. station building at out te Mr. White and went West. J. F. Martin then sold out te Mr. Manchester has been painted the Penn- White, and new Mr. White sees that he cannot see well enough te sylvania colors. conduct the business, so he has decided te close out his large and a torpid liver, are the most common ailments that are responsible for that tired, feeling that makes listless, fagged-ou- t the summer a dreaded period te se many people. Herblne will cure constipation, It Improves the digestion and arouses the liver te normal activity. Price, 60 cents. J. Jas. Weed & Ben. Compare it with ether local papers, andUien say, if you can, that Tiik Led-qkisn't the host, and that it deosn't glve the most for the money. Can't Ne 10 per cent, cut plan, but at COST. If you need anything you afford te have it left at your resi- in the Furniture line new is the time te secure it cheap. And if you dence for. a menthT Mr. Hal Curran don't need it just new, it will pay you te buy at the cut prices for will be glad te book your order. stock through ii can'tv believe it. Constipation, impaired digestion and elegant stock of i c. .,.:.. Come and leek in mm i c our AT. COST! i future use. and be convinced. MOO We will' pay the above reuard for any cane of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation or Cestlveness we cannot euro with Ltverlta, the Little Liver I'lll, when the directions are strictly compiled They are purely Vegetable and never fall with. te give satisfaction, lie. boxes contain 100 rills, 10c. boxes contain 40 Tills, 5c. boxes contain IS Tills. Beware et substitutions and Imitations. and so Sent by mall. Stamps taken. Nervita Medical I can't Ce., Cor. Clinten and Jacksen streets, Chicago, 111. Fer sale by J. Jas. Weed fc Seu, Druggists Mays Itlc, Ky. RRWAItD! C. H. WHITE & CO". YES, I DO! TRY J. I ewe the Factory for the Furniture that I sold you on credit. I premised te pay for the goods I bought. did you. The fellows are after me, and I must get after you. see te hunt you up, so please call and settle. CHARLES H. WHITE. JOHN W, BUULDKN. K, I'AKKKK. The Owensboro Messenger, which wants the peer man, white and black, disfranchised, and who belioves it rep- When and Where They Will Be Held resents all that is left of respectability Throughout Kentucky. in Kentucky, in Its issue of yesterday makes this suggestien: "Colonel Campbell premises ether indictments. When it comes to running down accessories before and after the fact, what Is the matter with taking in Dick Knett?" means let this suggestion be carried out. We can assure The we will await the coming of the Sheriff with entire equanimity. We believe we could reach as large an audience with an editorial desk in Jail as in Louisville. We have no deslre te be hanged, but between hanging and living three years under the Goebol dynasty the choice is dillicult. Let witnesses like Weaver be hired. Let confessions be bought. Let Juries be packed. Let newspapers be paid te falsify the testimony given. Let Campbell be inspired te instruct Andersen and Neakes, and Culton and Gelden, and Woodsen and Wattorsen, and testimony can be doveloped te convict Mr. Knett net only of the assassination of Goebol, but of the assassination of Garfield and of Lincoln as well. Woodsen and Watterson have published enough lies about Mr. Knett te hang the Apostle Paul, if a Jury should be selected with proper care. Therefore abandon the ordinary processes. Select the Grand Jury and the Petit Jury with an eye single te conviction. Then get a Judge who believes every man who voted against Goebol was particeps crlminfs in ills .murder. If Judge Cantrill is overworked, thore are ethers as geed partisans as Judge ready to sacrifice any citizen te the necessities of the Democratic party. The Messenger evidently wonders at the ferbearanco of the Judicial machine erected at Georgetown. It is manifest that Governer Mount does net intend te surrender Tayler and Finley te be tried as Powers was tried; why arc net substitutes found in Kentucky te be hanged in Tayler's stead and se damn the Republican party or the Democratic party. Ner is lack of evidence any excuse for Campbell's indifference or Franklin's neglect. The reward fund will net be earned if there are te be no convictions saved these based en evidence. Manufacture whatever evidence Ib needed te terrorize the state, te silencc the press, or destroy the political organization which is at eternal war with a Goebellzed Democracy. By Mos-seng- DATES FOR FAIRS. Boulden & Parker's Fire Insurance Agency! FIltST NATIONAL BANK. Only reliable companies represented. All losses promptly settled. We respectfully solicit your patronage. first-clas- Dr. Anna B. Hewins, THE LADY DENTIST, A'e. 17 M'ett Second ttreet. s Falnless Dentistry done All kinds of In the most artistic and scientific manner. Prices right. Ueld Crowns and Bridge Werk (3 te 10. Uest Sets of Teeth en rubber $ te IS. Geld Fillings aud up. high-clas1 L.H. LANDMAN, Hetel, Maysvllle, Ky., en THURSDAY, month. SEPTEMBER M.D. 1900, Vt Of Ne. W7 West Ninth street, Cincinnati, Ohie., will be at the Central nl er 6th, - EirKeturnlng every first Thursday et each Watermelons, Canteleupes, Peaches and Lemens Fresh, Delicious Fruits at ! B. Alum is u. ?d in many baking powders because it makej them cheap. It costs less than two cents a pound. Alum is a corrosive poison. Think of feeding it te chiln dren ! Yet the manufacturers of alum powders are actually denying that their goods contain it well-know- ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.- - ' PUBLIC! LEDGER M.ITSVILLK, KT. .. ET- - - s t News, news, news It's enough te give a man the blues. Nobody married and nobody dead; nobody broken an armor a head; nobody came into talk of the "crap;" no one get boozy and started a scrap; no one get run in for taking a horn; nobody buried and nobody born. Oh, for a racket, a riot, a fuss! Someeno te cemo in and kick briefly at up allium; someone te stir up the Carre ipendentt will pirate jrli fact! at air; somebody's comment te give pcttible. HTten anything of great importance eenirt us a scare. Somebody thumped within ute the Telegraph or the Telephone at cur tijxnte. an inch of his life; somebody run off with another man's wife; someone SPRINQDALE. come in and pay up their dues; anything, anything, just se it's news. Mr. A. Cochran was here this week. "I am a switchman," writes A. J. Mr. and Mrs. James Hoek were of 9201 Butler, St., Chicago, "and am out in all kinds of weather. 1 took a guests of friends here Sunday. cold which settled In my kidneys, and Mr. Jack Cobb is at home after a two was In very bad shape. I tried several adwith no benefit until weeks service as night operator at vertised medicines te take Feley's KidneyI was recommended Cure of a bettlo cured me." Glenn, Lewls county. J. Jas. "Weed & Sen and Armstrong & Ce. Mrs. Tillle Veney and children have returned te their home in Cincinnati, ufter a six weeks visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Perkins of Chicago and Miss Eliza Perkins of Tollcs-berwere guests of Mrs. C. C Degman Thursday. Mrs. D. S. Fletcher and daughter, Miss Pearl, of Kecterville are at the NATURAL BRIDGE, KY., AND RETURN. bedside of their relative, Mr. C. M. Redman, who is very 111. The 1.. and N. Railroad will run a scrles of excursions, leaving Maysville Fer digestive weakness, nervousness, 7:40 a. m. Sundays, August 2ith, Seppains in the side, flatulence, dizziness, tember Oth and 23d, October 7th and 21st, wakefulness headache und ether annoy- e arriving at Natural Bridge, Ky., 11:15; ing accompaniments of cestlveness, 5:30 p. m. Fare for Is a prompt and unequaled remedy. returning, leave round trip 1.50. Price, 30 cents. J. Jas. Weed & Sen. OLIGONUNK, THE PLACE OF CAVES. Nine cases of genuine smallpox have been reported at "NiggerHill," The only excursion resort combining en the line between Oreenup and Lewls instruction with pleasure. Soe the wendorful Stalactites and Stalagmites. counties. A beautiful railroad ride along the Ohie river and among the Kentucky mountains. The C. and O. Railway will A WANT. run excursions te Ollgenunk Sunday August 5th, 12th, 19th and 20th. Kates for the round trip from Maysvllle will be only 75 cents. I peace-laden Jen-nessc- ijJ "My baby was terribly sick with tbe illarrlnea," says J II. Duak of William', Oresen. "We were un.ible te cure lilmnltli the doctor's assistance, ami at a last resort we trleil CliamberlnluN Celic. Cholera and Dlarrbu'a Itemed). I am happy te say It Ka e Immediate relief and a complete cure." Kur sale by J. Jas. Weed .t Seu, Druitirlsts. . The following are the dates for holding the Kentucky Fairs this year, se far as reperted: x Lagrange August 23; three days. Shelby ville August 28; four days. Germantown August 29; four days. Sprlngileld August 20; four days. Bardstown Soptembor 4; flve days. Alexandria September 4; flve days. Ewing September 5th; four days. Elizabethtown Soptembor 11; four aays. Bowling Groen Soptembor 12; four days. Mt. Olivet September 13; three days. Owensboro Soptembor 18; flve days. Glasgow September IS); four days. Honklnsvllle, Elks Septomber 25; five days. Hontferson Scptember 25; flve days. Herse Cave Soptembor2(); four days. Owonten September 20; four days. Hartferd October 4; three days. OSTEOPATHY Dr. C. S. KENNEDY. office-n- o. 221 west second htiiket 21 J. CapainiVhird R9Consultatlen and examination free."ff Fer tO Days Only! & Hayswood Seminary! Ifewnchoel yer begins the second Monday In September. A full literary course with the best advantages In music. Terms moderate. Fer In formation with regard te course of study, terms, etc., address or call en MISS FANXIE HAYS. Principal. Maystlllb, Ky. IlOAKDlXn AND DAY XCIIOOt. KOK OIKLN. Can-tril- l, Dr. J. A. DODSON, DENTIST. 55H The Great Clearance Sale at the New Yerk Stere is new in full blast. Crowds are coming te avail themselves of the wonderful bargains offered. Why don't you come? OFI'ICK Ne. Ill West Second street, second Floer, First Doer West of Daulton's Stable. Anether record breaker Saturday, August 25th. Bigger bargains than ever. RACKET STORE'S- 00 Twe-thir- v o MllgOM Lew Prices P. S.-O- PEN Her-bin- "ThreiiKh the months of June and July our baby was teething and took a running off of the bow eh and sickness of tbe stomach," says O.I'. M. H oil I (I n y of Demlng, Ind. "Ilia beweU would move from rive te eight times a day. I had a bottle of Chamberlain's Celic, Cholera and Dlarrluea Krmedy In the house and gave him four drops In a teaspoonful of water and he get better at once." Sold by J. Jus. Weed A Hen, Druggists. only He Steel Red Umbrella two spools ferftc flood 1 bread Window Illlnds, fancy, erth ac only 10c each ..V; Ladles' Hese.. 24c Corsets. only be Towels 21c Men's Shirts Ac Men's Sex 3 for 5c Tlncups Ac t quart Tin Jlnckel c ii gallon Tin ltuckct...... gallon Tin Ilui kel 10c 12c Steel Fry Fans Preserving Kettles. only 40e 10 quart Tin Ilucket only 12c only 8c lluggy a hips (feed Shee Ilrushes with Daubers. only 10c Japan Slop Jars, 12 quarts enly2c at 10c Ladles' 12c Vests flemlemen's Underwear.. Iscsrilt 1c up Itlbbens.. Call and examine our Hue of Itlbbens and Lares and be convinced that they are the best and cheap est In ten n. Respectfully, 1 UNTIL 9 P. M. War in China! We do net give rebate stamps, but knock the rebate off. Handsome odds in Plates, your choice 25c cash, worth from 36c te 75c. Watch for our new Lamps; the largest line, most select styles and decorations ever brought te the city at LONQ-FEL- T Mr. Geerge H. Fitch has resigned as General Secretary of the Cincinnati Y. ' M. C. A. 48 West Second street. Mavs llle. Ky... RACKET STORE. i It lit Supplied at Last In Mnysvllle. MAMMOTH CAYE AND RETURN. ese. s Personally conducted excursion te Mammoth Cave, leaving Maysville at Ever have itching piles? 5:45 a. in. August 28th, arriving at the at 5:50 p, m. same day; returning, Net sick enough te go te bed; net Cave Cave at 0 a. m. August 30th, arleaves riving at Maysville at 8:30 p. m. same well enough te be content. day. Fare for round trip $5.50. The special low rate of $i! has been secured The constant itching sensation for this party at Mammoth Cave Hetel, Spoils your temper, nearly drives for long and short routes in Cave and beard during time mentioned above. As party is limited early application for .you crazy. tickets should be made te L. and N. Yeu can have relief and cure If yen Agent. will fellow the advice of a local citizen. EXCURSION RATES AUTHORIZED VIA THE C, AND 0. RAILWAY. Mrs. S. F. Telle of i'iii West Third Account O. A. It. meetlnc Chicago street, says: the C. and O. Hallway will soil excur cent per tickets "Dean's Ointment is a remarkable sien 25th te at one returninc mile. Au until Au cust 29th. preparation and the speedy ending of gust 31 st, and until Scptemher 2d if uopesueu wiwi joint itchiness of the skin following its nse is payment of a fee of 50 Agoni ana upon cents. Account of Knights of Pythias Bienwonderful. It was procured for me at Detroit, Mich., Augnst r nial Conclave, 3. James Weed & Sen's drugstore, 27th te September 1st, the C. and O. round-tritickets te Dotrelt at of West Second and Market streets. will sell one fare for the round-trip- , August 25th, I gladly recommend Dean's Ointment 2(ith,27th, and 28th, geed returning unSeptomber 5th, when executed by til te ethers." Joint Agent. i 50 cents Fer sale by all dealers; prlce Fatality FellOTra Failure Festkii-Milhura box. Ce., Te use Feley's Kidney Cure In time. If Buffalo, N. Y., taken In earlier stages of Brlght's disease and diabetes. It la a certain cure. Yeu have noticed the high death rate from Sele Agents for the United States. these diseases, and It net wise te Ignore Remember the name DOAN'S and early symptoms when a aura medicine like Feley's Kidney Cure can be had. take na substitute. J. Jas. Weed & Sen and Armstrong & Ce, cor-nep h 1 number of Itobertsen county citizens have petitioned Ujo County Court to call an election in Nevomber as te whether or net that county shall have free turnpikes. Thore will be a meeting of the Yeung Men's Building Fund Society Sunday morning at 0:15 at St. Patrick's Church. All the young men of the congrogatien are requested te be prosent. W. W. Kinmlkk, President. A I S"'' LIlLi CNLV 1. ...Ofif SJOLLAR... Less than a cent a day. BROWN'S D" CH,N PALACE. f -- Ne. 40 West Second Street, Maysvllle, .Ky. THE MORNING HERALD. NERVITA PILLS Restore Vitality, Lest Vfjer and Manhood Care Impetoncy, Nlffbt EmUetena, Less of Mem ery, nil wascng diseases, all effects et or exeeti and Indiscretion. of Lexington, Ky. A BOON TO MANKIND v? tp 83.60, with our banb&ble ffanrante te curd or refund the meny paid. Bend for circular and copy et our bankable guarantee bend. iuibwmh, riniia fntT.tYvar r.mwr.l Pesltirelr imaranteed cure for Let of Power, n lie e ,0100a Duuaer. .Brings the pink alew te pole cheeks ana restores tbe firs et Teeth. By mail IflOe oek. 6 knina for A nerve tonle nd PILLS 6O Great Newspaper of tbe Bine Grass. er .... CTS. 50 The Most AH Edited Ha-pin Laa Seuth. . . . TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE 2Zb 5 MSfeHis c? CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. TUBES, v BY MAIL, Nervita Tablets EXTRA STRENGTH f mcwAjllala DaNlia Frem New Till OecemDer I. Send Your Name sod Your Varicecele, Undeveloped or Shrunken Organs, Paresis, Locemotor Ataxia, Nervous Prostration, Hysteria, Fits, Insanity, Paralysis and the Result efExceaiiTO Use of Tobacco, OrHem or Liquor. Bjr bulU in plain package, 81.00 a box, 6 for 40.00 with enr bankable guar- antee bead motley paid. ewe te Addressta 90 days or refund 8ON, DroMlste, Ueey NOW. ONLY pL-- NERVITA MEDICAL CO. OrrnA4efcMn Sfe, CHICAGO, ILC Fer uls by J. JAS. WOOD Msysvllle, Ky. $1. . i&r mw.mm.uktwm, J. JAS. WOOD 7 CKNTS( OTTLBS, 60 CENTS. - - 3ttNpsttsfe4ST.uw,Mf. SON, Agtatt, MnytTlIU, Xr v 4ikk JitC. t. . V tt ...0.