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Jremifn during July.
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j-j-eurtn in juaysviue.
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eseyening for New Yerk.
inw. Ui'iiuuuui niiu rviiu nui luaiu lute
tO, W. Blattcrman. Jr., is spending a
few days vitU his parents.
fMls9 Stewart of Chattoneoga, Tcnn.
the guest ei Miss ueue mrkiey.
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ul ,, aiiss Anna t.ivezey or in eweasue, inn.,
...IUS 6UVUL .UlL. aUUWS, lu.u Ull.
MisseS Lvda Chtlds and Ratie Bierlcy
esra'the guests of Miss Sallie Flclg of Rip-
tTbe Misses Bradford of Aberdeen are
visiting Mrs. V. L. Bartlctt of Coving-
'.Miss Nina Nolloth of Covington is the
guest of Miss Carrie Merford of Market
fre .1. H Ctrr nnrl MilMrnn nie annnrl.
r (Ainjr a low days with Mr. Orr at l'erts
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Me 1? XT Pnmani rf Tlli-ilnt ennnt -Min
QtFeurth with her daughter, Mrs. Clara
L;-'"; James H. Hall and sons, Themas and
(James, are spending a low days at Ulcn
S. Miss Mary Burns of Covington spent
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-Charles Merford of Covington spent
ftSi. thn PVmrtli wltli liln frttlier nnrl slAtpra fn
& thls city.
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J. W. Williams, the efllclent Postmaster
atPeedwaa among The Ledger's callers
rn eeaa 1rn nnrl TMn Til nnm nArn (Tiieef e
"$ -of Miss Mattle Faulkner of Flemingsburg
b, Miss Ella Thompson of Georgetown,
: " TT-. is visiting jtuss aiae iiarsnaii ei
il Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bierly returned te
liouisviue Menna- anernoen aucr a
pleasant visit here.
4 Miss Amelia Kciss of Cincinnati left
iiome yesterday anernoen, atter
) Visit te relatives here.
Barney Dawsen of Louisville is spend
ing a few days with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Dawsen.
Master Pete Burger of Georgetown.
O., is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Nicholas Burger.
Miss Ella M. Burnett of Walnut Hills.
Cincinnati, returned yesterday after a
-visit te Mrs. Eliza Martin.
Rev. J. E. Wright has been granted a
'vacation, and will seend It In the meun-
J, tains of Eastern Kentucky.
(if jimes liarneur, Jr., ion last nignt ter
ft . abn t1A eitmmnr Innr nnttren
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v Mls3 Teresa Malley and Miss Anna
j-h Coeke are visiting friends in Lexington
IK 'an1 Attanrllnrv l n OlmntAiintie
kji , ciuu nkttuuiu iuu vuuutnuijuut
Rennlnr iTSnrrntt R Weli rnliirund in
K' Frankfort yesterday, after spending Sun-
1' latt anil l)m Vnnr)i ivIHt tila famtlv
Miss Mattle Stubblcflcld of Rcctorvllle
is the pleasant guest of her aunt, Mrs.
Martha Martin of East Third street.
' Miss Ethel Rcnnick, after a pleasant
visit te Miss Nettle Robinson, will te day
leave for her home at Chillicethc, O.
James Harbeson and sister of Flcnv
ft ingsburg were in the citj Monday, attend
Ji'ing the luneral of Miss Emma Weed.
ii. Miss Minnie Randall of Walnut Hills,
Wlndnnatl, spent tlie Fourth of July
with the family ei Postmaster Davis.
, Miss Lizzle M. Cartmell is en a visit te
L-.the family of Charles Wadsworth at SUi
&- war ftnriff TJ V tfi hn nhannt anTrnrnl
Uliss Tillic Ran son and Master Will
",s. Ransen tcturned te their home In Cov-
trt(L..jy' Inp-lnn vnetnrilnv nftnr n visit tn Wna
IliW'Wj ZZJP. i,' -
1 &L uuie nansen,
b &V Mrs. P. J. Clark of Miamisburg, O.,
''fciall, at Aberdeen. BJr. Clark reiurncd
'I Mrs, Mowell and Miss Annie Mowell of
Washinfften. Pa., who have been visltinir
Colonel Gu8 Blsamens of Aberdeen, left;
ler neme yeflieraay.
Samuel Wavne. a lonc-tlme-aco attache
f Tks LiiDaKR's predecessor papcrwas
LwA"$meg our callers reaterdav.
l. irwa Cincinnati with his family en 4 visit
ViAe be-ftiiaily of James Purnell.
Irs. J, W. fotersen ana daughter.
m Mabel C, after a pleasant visit te
family of Jeseph F. ThomrMen. left
itttMtay for Cincinnati, en route te their
ujn Tvasnwgiea uuy, -rney will
i Vrief steps at Hamilton and Chilli
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ami Ball Bark
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PUBLIC ' mffSFi
Jehn Curtis Rains and mother are
visiting relatives at Yellow Springs, 0.
Miss Nannie Reove of Ewlng Is visit
ing Miss Iva Bridges of the Fifth Ward.
Mrs. C. 8. Luca3 and famllv left yester
day for Virginia te remain for the sum sum
Jehn Hill of Plains City, 0., who has
been en a visit te his brother-in-law, J.
B. Newton, left for home last night.
Misses Jessie Judd and Bessie Martin
and Mrs. J. T. Knckley left yesterday
morning at 10 o'clock for New Yerk te
attend the National Convention of Chris
James Bauiieuii, Jr., left en the East
bound train last night for Charlottesville,
Va.. where he will enter the University
of Virginia for the summer term in the
Law Scheel. That Jim is popular was
shown by thev large number of friends
who gathered at the depot te bid lilm
geed-bye. They brought the colored
orchestra with them, which rendered ap
propriate music. The tunes which af
fected the young gentleman most percep
tibly were "Down en the Farm," "The
Girl I Left Behind Me" and "Walt 'till
the 'Bulldog Dies." Finally thu train
pulled out, three cheers for Barbour were
given and the band played "It's all Over
KENTUCKY WEATHER REPORT.
What We May Expect lletween This Time
and Te-morrow Evening.
THE LEDGER'S WEATHER SIGNALS.
irTiffestreamer rAin; Blue rain or snow;
With Black adeve 'twill warmer urew.
If lilatk't nr.NEATH colder 'twill be:
Unless Ulack'$ shown no cimnge we'll see.
tST"The above forecasts nre mnJe for a
porled of thirty-six hours, cndlnt at 8 o'clock
AITER THE rOURTH.
Johnny had a pound of powder
And a big- supply of rockets;
With a countless store of crnckers
He had tilled bis pnnty peckets;
And he had ft oelebrntlon.
Which he thought was awful funny;
Dut In the twilight en a dustpan
They gathered up the wreck of Johnny.
Browning & Ce. have a new ad.
this impression of The Ledqek.
The regular monthly meeting of City
Council will be held te-morrow evening.
Coueneu Wilsen of Covington will
begin bis inquests into the bridge disaster
Don't forget the genuine slaughter in
prices en summer footwear at Miner's
Majek Tillman, late Cashier of the
Falls City Bank.Leuisville.has mortgaged
property te settle with his creditors and he
will seen be free.
Tub Republicans of the Third District
have called a convention te meet at
Franklin August 11th, te nominate a can
didate for Congress.
Sfxhetakv Ed A. Tiiten says there is
no likelihood of the Kentucky Tretting
Herse Brccders' Association building a
new track at Lexington.
Elder W. W. Hall. Rev. F. M. Tin
der, James Cochran and Miss Lizzie Sud
dqth have gene te New Yerk te attend
the Christian Endeavor meeting.
TnE Washington City Fuel Gas plant
has experienced a regularboem. Mr.and
Mrs. W. H. Harris have added a son te
the list of fertunate stockholders.
TnE Mayer of Lexingten has issued
ordera closing two Main street saloons,
because citizens signed a petition request
ing Council te rcfuse them license.
4 Remember, The Ledger prints "Help
Wanted." "Lest." "Found,'' and similar
notices net of a business character, free
of charge. The only thing we require is
that the cedv be sent in before 0 o'clock
'en day of publication.
TrtEHB'8 no flics en Dan Bhafer. Last
evening he was at Commerce street en an
Eastbound electric car when Jehn Paul
accosted him with a velley of epithets
that would have paralyzed a bootblack.
Dan steed it like a little man until Paul
made a grab at him, when he jumped oil
tbe car, literally mauled bell out of him,
and hopped en and resumed his trip Just
as though nothing had haDDencd. Jehn-
uel will be mighty apt te lei Danlel alene
IKS Frest mcf wl
en the night of tli
urth en Wall
, He had bcen t
g an old lead
a larse toy can
a few shots, and
ought he liad
ted all of the powder. He sure was
t he dropped a lighted match into
uazle. Thsre waa eaeueh te burn
face and hands very severely. His
ivm inula a Barrow emasa. The l&shtM
awl blows wwe ataMd off ami the lids
town!, but lttekiiy tM MfNit waa wh tin
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MAYSVILLE, KY. WEDNESDAY JULY 6, 1892.
It Is said that the Latonia Association
cleared $47,000 en its recent meeting.
AneuT everything that could float was
conVerted Inte an excursion beat at Cin
cinnati en thd Fourth.
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A jury has been selected te condemn
lands en both sides of the Big Sandy for
the proposed Government locks and
The merchants and property-owners of
Louisville are making a strong pretest
against the ndvauce of insurance rates in
that city. i
Edward Fisuhack, agent of the Cin
cinnati Southern Railroad at Burgin,
this state, has skipped out, short in his
accounts. He left the right of way and
the steel rails that were spiked te it, also
a large family.
The picnic given by the P. O. S. A. at
the Fair Grounds en the the Fourth was
a success, despite the fact that some de
spicable cuss made a "ground" en the
trolley wire and prevented the street cars
from running for an hour or se Just after
Tub Charleston, Cincinnati and ChJ ChJ
cage Railway project is again In the
saddle. It comes te the front as often as
the Columbus and Maysville scheme and
there's just about as much prospect for
one as for the ether this side of the
James Fetters has bought suit in the
Greenup Circuit Court against Frederick
Victer, Lis neighbor, for $10,000 damages.
Beth are married and have families, and
the charge Is that Victer ha3 been "dead
nlng ever the line" into the Fetters
Charles B. Ryan, one of the most
efficient and obliging of railroad officials,
has been promoted te Assistant General
Passenger Agent of the Chesapeake and
Ohie, with headquarters in Cincinnati.
Mr. Ryan is a Maysvillc man of whom
the city may well be proud.
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They're married new sure. In 18S0
Isaac N. Merau and Madeline E. Lnrscn
were married by n 'Squire in Chicago.
The 'Squire died before certifying the
marriage te the Clerk's office. Doubt
having arisen as te the legality of the act,
the couple procured a license in Newport
and were remarried.
The confectionery privilege at the Rug
gles Camp-meeting was awarded te Sam
Weed and Harry Walsh. Mr. Weed is
in Ashland, and Is In the confectionery
business there. These gentlemen prom prem
ise te furnish the best of ice cream and
everything else in their line. The Arm
wlllle Weed& Walsh.
In its Issue of Sunday, July 3d. The
Ashland Neua just learns of a right that
took place en Frent avenue between
Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets "en last
Saturday week." Yeu sec these two
and three syllable streets of Ashland
arc se far out in the country that it takes
a long while te hear from them.
Samuel B. Crail has resigned his po
sition as Clerk of the United States Court
at Louisville at the' suggestion of District
Judge Jehn Barr. Captain Themas
Speed, nephew of James Speed, Lincoln's
personal friend and Atterney-General,
will have the place. Crall has held the
place for twenty years and has been very
efficient. He has been ill for some time
Geerge Black shot and killed Jehn
Stacey while the latter was dancing at a
picnie en Indian Run, near Petersville.
Stacey leaves a wife and three children.
Black is single. The men were rivals
soveral years age, and Stacey being suc
cessful Black has had a grudge against
Uim ever since, which culminated in the
The most expensive muuicipal hall in
the world and the largest in the United
States is the city buildingef Philadelphia,
Upen whose yet unfinished tower the
largest clock in the world is te be dis
played. The aggregate cost up te this
time has been about 819,000,000 fully
$6,000,000 mere than the cost of the
Capitel at Washington.
Jusr in midsummer we offer our entire
line of Ladles' fine summer Footwear at
about ene-half price. We are dotermlned
net te carry ever a single pair of them.
Miner's Shee Stere.
James R. Ferd, one of the eldest mem
bers of Maysville Cemmandcry, K. T,,
died at his home in Catlettsburg Sunday
night, aged about 70. The funeral took
f)lace yesterday morning. Owing In the
ntervcntlen of the Fourth of July and
the gcneral suspension of business, ft was
impossible te communicate with the mem
bers here in time for any of them te at
Tub Single Tax Club of Chicago will
request the Werld'a Fair officials te mark
foreign exhibits of dutiable goods with
llie selling prlce in the country from
which the goods are exported, the trans
portation charges te Chicago and the sell
ing prlce In Chicago, in order that visit
ors may find out who pays the duty
under our present system of Tariff taxa
tion. Many relatives and friends in this city
and county will regret te learn of the.
death of uayicss Ailtchellt Ben of Stanis
laus Mitchell, which occurred at his
father's residence in Bonten, Me., en the
20th ult. Fer seme years he had suffered
from Bright's disease, and had goue te
Colerado In hopes of obtaining relief. He
returned home in hopeful spirits Just
soven weeks previous te his death.
The latest fad in the line of collecting
is the collecting of colored pesters the
bills with which the cuterprislug pester
adorns beards and fences and dead
walls about town, la France and in
several of the German cities this new
mania has taken a deep held and is
spreading rapidly. But the Maygyllle,
merchant just n6w finds It mere
Fpraotieal and profitable te welleet bllle
M MMrttMf aert-tke O.-'O. Xe'a tbat haw
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SHE'S LAID TO REST.
Final Scenes (her the
Miss Emma llrennan
The funeral of Miss Emma Brennan
Weed, youngest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. James Weed, whose sad death
was fully reported in Saturday's Ledger,
took place from the residence of the be
reaved parents en Ferest avenue Monday
morning at 10 o'clock.
Services were conducted by the Rev.
B. W. Mebane, Paster of the Central
Presbyterian Church, assisted by the
Rev. W. T. Spears of Washington.
There was a large attendance of rela
tives and friends of the family and a
notable number of the companions and
co-workers of the earnest little Christian
Endeaverer, and the floral tributes were
profuse and appropriate. One of these,
an anchor from the Endeavor Society of
the Christian Church, bore a card with
this tribute from the pen of G. S. Judd,
IN LOVINO MEMORY Of EMMA WOOD.
A moment with companions standing,
A misstep and she made the landing,
Safe in the heavenly pert.
A mlsstep Inte heaven's portal?
A stepping Inte llfe immortal,
Safe in the heavenly pert.-
She crossed the river death, appalling,
She heard familiar voices, calling
Out of tbe heavenly pert.
She Joined the band of heaven's Endeavor,
That anchors souls In love forever,
Safe In the heavenly pert.
At the conclusion of the impressive
services the casket was borne away by
Messrs. C. O. McDeugle, L. M. Cox,
Walter Wermald and Themas Darnall,
and the remains were deposited in the
family let in the Maysvillc Cemetery.
In a poll of 4,000 votes at Augusta,
Ga., Prohibition was defeated by a
majority of 1,400.
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The C. and O. depot restaurant will be
opened one day this week. It will be
run by the Southern News Company.
J. H. Rains & Sen received the first
lead of new wheat this morning. It was
grewu en Messrs. Barbour and Cochran's
TnE Surgeon General of the Marine
Hospital Service has directed that crews
of steamboats en the Ohie be vaccinated
The Heuse has agreed te the confer
ence report ou the agricultural bill. This
Is the first general appropriation bill that
has finally passed.
The ordinance taxing the sale of foreign
beer in that city $500 a year was passed
for the second time by the Covington
Beard of Aldermen.
The ladies of the Presbyterian Church
of Mayslick will give an ice cream
supper at Oddfellews' Hall Thursday
evening, July 7th. All are Invited.
It is said that Governer Brown has
pardoned the Nichelasvllle Fair Com
pany, which was indicted in February
for allowing gaming en its grounds last
The total sugar bounty paid during the
fiscal year ended June 80th. 1892, was
$7,330,048, of which $7,065,285 was paid
en cane sugar. Of the total bounty en
cane sugar $0,870,500 was paid te planters
The Servians have a curious custom of
giving a parting kiss te their deceased
Friends be lore final burial, and the obser
vance of it has caused n serious epidemic
of diphthciia. The custom has new
Mrs. Kate U. Reid. widow of the
Inte Colonel Jehn Reid of Lexington,
Me., has purchased an elegant-place in
Lexington, Ky., where she will make her
home hereafter. Colonel and Mrs. Reid
formerly lived in Maysvillc
At a meeting of Friendship Ledge Ne.
43, D. of R.. Monday evening, the fol
lowing officers were installed by D. D. G.
M. Albert N. Huff:
N. O. Mrs. Maggle Powell.
V. G. Mrs. Margaret Schwartz.
Secretary Mrs. I.lizle HulT.
Treasurer Mlf Leu I'ewllug.
Warden Mrs. Emma Lutnan.
Conductor Mrs. i'unnle Ort.
I. O.W. C. Pelham.
O. G. Mrs. Kate Hlorley.
U. 3. N. Q.-Jehn T. Martin.
L. S. N. G. Mrs. Angcllne llremley.
U. S. V. G.-MIss Theodecla Iludy.
L. 8. V. Q. Miss Lettlo Sproeuiborg.
Chaplain Miss Maggle Ort.
TnE Maysville 'Cyclers will spin out
for Lexington Sunday and Monday te at
tend the state niect. Among theso who
will go nre W. P. Jenkins. William
Trouts, James T. Kackley, Charles I.
Resenau, Themas M. Russell, Buckncr
Wall, James Egnew and L. M. McCar
they. mt . i. . pi m
W. S. Melten, who has been confined
in jail here for five months and twelve
days because of a 6500 flne imposed for
soiling lottery tickets in this city, has had
the remainder of Jiis fine remitted by he
Governer. The official documents were
brought down by Senater Wall Saturday
night aud Mr. Melten was at once
Michael MuRrnv, an old and respected
citizen of Maysville, died nt his home en
Enst Second street yesterday morning
after an illness of only four days. De
ceased was born in the county Wexferd,
Ireland, and was GO years of age. His
wife. survives him. The funeral will take
place this afternoon nt 3 o'clock at 8f
Patrick's Church, Burial at Washingflfe,'
In deference te n mere sentbfent the
sale of beer was ferbIddenjVi,0 par
Grounds en the Fourth; jrf yet there
was mere eeplaatRlglg drUBW men
en and around tbejjrfgda than ever
eccurrW durlBg a Xf. wUa bMr could
ygiyjTarferbid keer1, the'beye are
2L!llSaMrt leH a" p4t of wkliky j
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The Kentucky Union Railroad has
been completed te Jacksen, Breathitt
Bex rents are new due at the Post Pest
office, and patrons are respectfully re
quested te pay promptly.
According te Thi World Rev. J. E.
Wright of this city is conducting a
protracted meeting at Sharpsburg.
The pile-driver was brought into re
quisition and the Cincinnati land-slide
has been " pinned down" temporarily at
The M. E. Church. Seuth, will have no
preaching during the month of July.
Sunday-school and prayer-meeting as
An infernal machine, which failed te
explode, waa sent through the mails te
Miss Mary A. Tayler of Memphis.
Charles Fink, a discarded lever, has been
Ray Hoei'ER Is the name of the gallant
fellow who Jumped into the river at Man
chester and made a noble effort te rescue
Miss Emma Brennan Weed of this city
Prof. J. W. Hall was unanimously
reelected Superintendent of Public
Schools at Covington, the name of Prof.
C. J. Hall, formerly of this city, net
The stove foundry meeting didn't meet
ns per adjournment Saturday afternoon.
Judge Phistcr was the only progressive
citizen who materialized at the appointed
hour, and he adjourned sine die.
TnE receipts of the Maysville and
Masen County Building and Savings
Association, Saturday night last, were
$4,097 95. Hew does this strike some of
the Cincinnati associations that blew se
much about their receipts?
Lula, the two-year-old daughter of H.
C. Dieterich. Jr., and wife, Is dead after
an illness et four weeks. Tlie runeral
will occur at 2 o'clock this afternoon at
the family residence in the Sixth Ward.
Elder C. S. Lucas will conduct the
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TnE trial at Louisville of J. E. Kent
for forging the names of several promi
nent men develops the fact that the Peo
ple's Benefit Fraternity, which Kent rep
resented, is a "wildcat" affair. The
State Insurance Commissioner in impli
cated in Kent's testimony.
The Father Mathew Total Abstinence
Society elected the following officers last
sunaay te serve ler the ensuing six
President Jehn O'Maheny.
Vice-l'resldent James Higglns.
Recording and Corresponding Secretary
FInnnclal Secretary Dennis Fitzgerald
ergeanttat-Arms Jehn Gill.
Celer Sergeant James Hedmond.
Sentinel William Shea.
Grand Marshal M. It. Gllmere.
Supervisors P. lirccn, W. A. Cole and
Seme of our citizens may learn, after
they have been seriously incenvenienced
a lew times ey tne non-uenvery or letters,
that the postage en drop letters is two
cents. There are theso who persist in
f tutting en only ene cent stamps, and the
etters are held t the Postefflce until the
deficient postage Is paid.
It's mighty hard te get ahead of young
people when they make up their minds
te marry. A few nights age a couple of
young ladies (?) eloped te Covlncten. and
In climbing ever a fence te get into a car
riagu the discovery was maue that one of
them had en pants and patent leather
beets They get married.
Once mera it is deemed necessary te
state that letter-carriers de net deliver
mall belonging te boxheldcrs, nor de the
carriers deliver mail belonging te persons
who live outside of the city. The Free
Delivery system was secured for the bene
fit of the people of Maysvillc, and if you
want it you must move into town.
At the last meeting of the Neptune
Fire Company the following officers were
elected for the ensuing six months
President Jehn A. Mitchell.
Vlco-Piesldent E. W. Fitzgerald
Secretnty I.en l'urnell.
Treasurer Henry L. Newell.
Messenger Ucn Smith.
Chclf of Hoe-Jamea Hetlln.
Standing Committee James Hetlln, James
A. Wallace, Jehn Whoeler, William Shepard,
I. M. Lane.
At Newport en the Fourth 11 five-year-old
child was literally shocked te death
by the firing of n cannon In front of the
house where she lay sick. And this after
the canneniers had been requested te
remove the gun from Its position. They
should be convicted of murder and pun
f tn him
In response te numerous requests, TnE
Ledger states that the Invited guests at
Mr. and Mrs. William Bell's five-o'clock-tea
at Cracker's Neck were Dr. and Mrs.
H. K. Adamseu, Majer and Mrs, E. P.
Browning, Colonel and Mrs. Jehn
Adamsen all of this city, and Mrs.
liroeks et jcerasKa
pahf tivcly little red liquor pjhished Mon
day but The Public LjbeKn man en.
41.1.1. iuvwcb -juuaiuurt-u.-niuurnraa mm.
cetnicreu a lenew ryfcrket street that
nlht who thought bfowned the world.
Nett mernlnff nafeubt ,, Mtt ilke i,0
own; id nethlngfgd 0WC(i ti,0 back taxes
en aH he thou j owned Monday night.
Th y?Ullcr8burg Baseball Club came
downxe Maysville en the Fourth te play
our boys a game of ball. They met at
tAa Fair Grounds and the game was
started but did net proceed far until it
broke up in a row. Ben Cox, ene of the
Maysville players, and ene of the Millers
burg boys by the name of Mclntyre get
into a dispute about a slide made te third
base. The discussion bpcame warm and
a brother et Mclntyre's rushed In te de
Cox, He flung Charley Dawsen out of
the way with the remark that he would
Eunch him if he did net stand back.
iawe hk Melntyre ever the head wHh
a atiek naklur a severe out, . ThU eadett
Oie gjkt ad the game, 'tbf) Wtlae.wiH
fee Mid bj0M 'qlre GrwK tMr4y.
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Tuk JPrfee Heuse at Cattetteburg chMwd.
its (teees en me ist et juiy..
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C. B. Lyne ha .beets sppe-ible-i Poet Peet
master at BranneB, Jeeeamfne cenaty.
W. W, Culbertsen of Ashlaad ewas
ten shares of stock In the Second Na
tional Bank of Irenton,
Georer W. Hudsen pf Murphysvilte
was in the city Saturday and get $190
cash en pension account,
TnE Ledoer Is net the only thing Ik
Maysville that has a new "head" en this
morning; but we doubt if the ethers are
as smaller leek as handsome.
Ttrw T,l-nnuii'fl mtliftr crMif nt aba
of its geed friends and liberal natrens -r
a. Ma.uu.4.. a UA.KUIi. snj..J. UU V ........
Ui 110 glVU II it
was just a day
late witu ills cedv for a
July advertisement. .Us-ti
1 .. w !VJ-l..r
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mills, returned?!
irem their bridal trip, uave taken up their;:
residence in the house belonging tnMw.''
Charles S. Miner, Second ana Lewer
Andersen W. Jenes, City Physician,
of Lexingten, and his twin brother
Bewcn, get en a toot and beat a pretty
mulatto girl with a pistol. Their trial is
set for today.
James Moere has been adjudged insane
at Covington. When questioned as te
the cause, he promptly attributed it te
drinking whisky and reading The Ken
tucky Pest. He s excusable.
Round trip tickets Maysville te New
Yerk 815, te Old Point Comfert $13, te
Washington City $12. via Cheasapeake
and Ohie Railway. Tickets en sale July
5th, 0th and 7th, limited te forty days.
Geerge Shields was heavily fined at
Wabash, (ntj., for desecrating his wife's
grave. Mrs. Shields's parents had placed
flowers and ornaments en the grave and
he threw them ever the cemetery fence.
The Carnegie iron and steel firms -have
been consolidated under the name of
"The Carnegie Steel Company, Limited."
with the general offices in Pittsburgh.
The capital is $25,000,000, and 40,000
hands will be employed.
At Lexington a het air balloon in
which Frank Dclvcy was making an
ascension collapsed 300 feet from the
ground. Delvey saved his life by jump
ing when near the ground. He was
painfully injured, hewever.
Judge Warren Montfort of the
Franklin Circuit Court heard arguments
by plaintiff and defendants in the-demurrer
te the many suits brought by the
state against the railroads claiming
exemption from taxation under an act
of 1884. The case was 'taken under
The will of thu late D. D. Bell baa
been admitted te probate at Lexington.
He lenves $100,000 te his wife, $25,000 te
the children of Daniel M. Bell and the
same amount te the children of Neah
Bell and te Earnst and Henry Bell. The
balance of the estate gees te his daugh
ter, Clara Bell, te be held in trust for her
until she is twenty-one years old.
LIST OP ADVERTISED LETTERS.
. Delew is a list of letters remaining uncalled
for at the Maysville Postefflce for the 'weelc
ending July 8th, 1692:
McCreary, Mrs. Jehn
Mulraney, Mrs. L.
Bradford. Mrs. A.
Cral-r. J. S.
Cobb. Mrs. Louisa
Clayten, Mrs. Rachael Marshal. Mrs. Sallie
Cooper. Mrs. Emma
Cobb. Mrs. itebert
Chambers, Mrs. Tlllle
Davis, Mrs. Bettle
Greenlee, Mollle J.
Marshall. Amelia L.
Payne, Mrs. Jehn
Perry, Mrs. Annie I
Reynolds. G. D.
Tayler. Mrs. B.
Weed. Ida L.
Gray. James wneauev.
Garrison, Mrs. Jehn (-) Walllngferd, Amanda
"Eryene cent due en each of above
Persons calling for these letters will please
say that they are advertised.
Themas A. Davis, rentmater.
At KupglM C-uni-0reuni).
The privileges were let te the follow
ing persens: Hetel. Hamrick; confec
tionery. Weed & Walsh; baggage and barber-shop,
Mr. Plummer: stable Mr. Bry- . ;
ant. There is every indication for a geed , 1
meeting. The grounds are beautiful, ,
The meeting will-begin July 2Sth, ending
Geed Adrlre tn Farmers. ''
In directing the attention of our fartr '
friends te the notice from the grairmcr.
chants aud millers of Maysville. printed
clsewhere in The Ledger, thefoiiewjnp
remarks from a Maryland njW8paper are
net out of place:
' " h an lncensistejv being, says The
Oenlerville Recerd, Is il,0 average farmer
rcganling his whe,rt crop. He pays for' ,
ma euuu, m ijruuzcr ana nis taner;
watching thq.gr0wing crop for months
anticlpatlnj-the return it will bring him.
It riponaiJe cut8 -t ue sbeclcs it. that
setucstf. There it stays until he can get -.
i'urlilnir mnnhina; nrebalilvnnn vreelc'l
. r 5- rr.r. , l i ., n: , ' -.1 .
111- r v rnrmiiTtir n inn rninK nun
'.Y--e"-T.r: r.i... ..- -
ucni liiuiiwuu uv iuuiu uuu lum
intervenes. When finally the wheat w
marketable, he submits his sample atad.
becomes highly indignant at It beinij 1
quoted ten cents per bushel below market. J
nrice. owing te sprouts, bleached ecl
mustv grains, some of which are beuadiJ
te exist in wheat se neglected. Se he.-'
proceeds year after year, and unless thai
season be ene of long dreuth, havltMrK'
the same experience each year. II yeaj
have net room te care for your entlrel
crop, stack it well. The usual cry Is thflu
there is se little profit in wheat of reetnt)
years mat it does net pay te lisetir
extra oxpense of stacking; but the
ditlenal oxpenso Is very small, in fcetf
nothing compared te the less you emtaMS
ey allowing 11 te remain in 110
and consequently become
This neglect et wheat is a growls
among tue iarmnrs and one they im
check at once, for tn seate seotteM
this peninsula, where tea wheat"
sought after by millers of Ukh-cJaa 1
the general grade has se deteriorated 1
miller of this elaee wilt net buy It,
tue gram nuyers are oeeapwiea w
the lance markets, where tti' eedd
dued values, for ehlpwent ud 1
tMrfctf MrpeeM its wkk -nkteeil 1
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