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DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY
THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO.
..WILLIAM Jt. COX,
Themas a. Davis,
William II. Wamwerth, Jr.,
Seerttaty ami Trtainrtr.
Theu as A. Davis,
..Etltter ami Manager.
KXUXlx.l.T.'lUcK.xit, An't Editor ami BeqKKeeper.
SOARD OF DIRECTORS.
OViLLlU II. Cox, M. & IU'SsriX,
A. M. J. CechkaN, W. II. Wadhu ertii, Jr.,
Public Ledger BuUtUng, A'e. 10 Eiut
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Payable te carrier at end et month.
Advertising rates uniform ami reason
able and made Kneicn en application at
HOC SIfiNO VINCES.
A Werd te Republicans.
The hope of the jmrtu ltd In the erixtnalen
of a ttaheart Hepubltnin pre. The llepub
Ilea trhe reada or etlunchj help te sup
pert a Democratic paper te the exclusion of
one of his own imrtu nexespapers Is untrue
te the Ilejnibllean cause.
Vnanbnamty Hubscrlbetl te by the Xatteual
J. S, CLABKSON, President.
A. B. HUMPHREY, Secretary.
Our enemies have made our campaign
for us. Held them te their own
deliberately avowed principles. We go
te the people claim
ing that the He-
publicans has given
the country a clean,
like and highly
successful administration, that a change
without cause is a business injury te
t every citizen, and that there is no
occasion for a change. The Democrats
k want this country te have an immediate
and absolute chauge. They waut te
repeal the McKinley Tariff at once.
They denounce a Protective Tariff of
any sort or description; refuse te let
Tariff legislation .have the slightest
reference te the defense of the American
"workingmen's wages; declare that
Washington and .Madisen, and even
, Andrew Jacksen, didn't understand the
Constitution, and that nobody but them
selves and Jeffersen Davis ever did;
denounce everything but a pure Tariff
for revenue only as unconstitutional;
want te get rid of our reciprocity, aud
demand a return te wildcat banking.
Held them te their doctrine. Never
have they rushed se plainly and palably
upon their fate since the memorable
week in 18(11, when their declaration
that the war for the Union was n
, failure was infitantly answered by the
m. victorious thunders of Sherman's guns
irum Aiiiuuu, mm mu iniiuipiiitui
cheers of Sheridnn's troop from the
? vauey. l.qi us rise up ami go lerwaru.,
They have been blinded again 16 their
own destruction, and are delivered into
Don't wait till the cholera reaches
Mayavllle before you adept measures of
prevention. De It new.
What a pity it IsHhat the McKinley
bill cannot prevent the importation of
cholera, as it does many ether foreign
' pauper products.
Fuddling in England has been paid
At thn rntn of Ski R'2 nor tnn nlnre Inst,
September, When we remember that
i:the lowest Bcale ever proposed te the
Amalgamated Association of Iren Work
ers in the Pittsburgh district was $4 50
per ten, we may be able te understand
why the Free-trade press have suddenly
ceased all discussion of the Homestead
', The rice and sugar planters of
'Leatetesa are said te be contemplating
fctfee formation of an organization whose
$yt shall be te secure the election of
FretectiOBiet representatives from the
stale In Cengrese. There Is nothing
serprkteg in this when it is re-'
awibered. that six-sevenths of the sum
pM, by the United. States, in sugar
ktMrtfaM daring the past ftMwl .year
4tjmt te UJtwa' pUttkw f ImbiUm.
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If Cordett will only whip Sijluvan
iu tlie coming flght and then go oft and
die, we will be rid of Sullivan's bully
lngs ami there will be no ene te crew
The average Free-trailer ought te be
happy. Just new there doesn't appear
te be much of a " Chlnese Wall" around
this country net sufficient at least te
prevent the importation of the Asiatic
pest. When it comes te keeping out
anarchists paupers and plagues, a
Chinese Wall would probably be a geed
Above all things, don't leso your
head. Fright kills mero people than
cholera. Be moderate In your appetites,
go about your business in a practical
every-day sort of way, make up your
mind that cholera is no worse than half
a dozen ether diseases that prevail, and
the chances are largely In faer of your
escaping It. It Is the coward that dies
in nine cases out of ten.
The Xcw Yerk Jferald will net make
many votes for the Democracy if it
continues te print items such as this
one found under the heading of " Peliticnl
Notes," In Its issue of August 23d:
"Cotten and woolen mills in Con
necticut are enjoying an exceptionally
prosperous season, and defenders of the
McKinley Tariff are winning votes
thereby." Cotten and woolen mills are
net at all exceptional in this respect.
Etery American industry is extra
ordinarily prosperous and the calamlty
ites are proportionately disconsolate.
It has generally been supposed that
when the price of a cemniidlty de
creased an even 100 per cent, it became
worth nothing; but the genius who
constructed the report of the Democratic
Committee en ngrlculture en "the
effects of the Tariff en agriculture,"
found that mess perk which was worth
according tolilsstatement 21 10 a barrel
en July 1st, 1875, had declined 118 per
cent., and was still worth $10 10 a
barrel en July 1st, 1892. He also dis
covered that live hogs, which, according
te his statement, were worth 0 05- a
head en July 1st, ISTe, had declined in
value 110 per cent., and were still
worth $3 15 a head en July 1st, 1892;
and that timothy seed, which, according
te his statement, was worth 1 50 a
bushel en July 1st, 1875, had steed a
decline of 230 per cent., and was still
worth !?1 35 a bushel en July 1st, 1892.
It is a custom with foreign Nations
when they coine into unpleasant
collision with our State Department te
accuse the President of the United
States of being nnlmated by petty
political considerations rather than by
patriotism. This comes partly from
malice and irritation at their helpless
ness In face of the firmness and justice
which characterize this Government,
and partly from n hope of exciting
opposition te the administration at home
among the President's political op
ponents. This cheap and llabby oppo
sition is just new hurled at President
Harrison by Canadian newspapers en
account of his proclamation of retaliatory
tells en Canadian vessels passing through
the canals of the upper lakes. If any
Democrat has had the ceurage te try
and make political capital by condemn
ing the President's action in this matter
he has been promptly suppressed by the
feel-killer. There are wise enough
heads in the Democratic party te knew
that President Harrison's course in
this has been marked by firmness and
patriotism, and that auy failure te
sustain him will rebound en the heads
of these who attempt it.
Since 1914 France has sent thirty uh,'lit
representatives te the Court of St. Jnme?.
while Lord Duilerln is only the eighth
Ambassador sent by Great Ikitaiu te
France in that time.
The celebration by Dr. Edward
Beecher of his ninetieth birthdny last
week suugest8 the longevity el the
Beecher family. Dr. Lyman Beecher
was nearly 90 when he died, but the last
years of his life were spent very much ns
Harriet Beecher Stewe's are new being
passed with clouded intellect. That
wns something of which Henry Ward
Beecher was in constant dread. He
would have been nearly 00 had he lived,
and was the youngest of the Beecher
family te die excepting his sister Cathe
rine and one of his brothers who died in
early manhood. The theological bent
which was discovered in the second gene
ration of Becchcrs seems te have lapsed
with them, for the third generation has
Siosen Saverie D'Anna. for several
years Professer of Music at Sayre Female
Institute, Lexington, has left for parts
unknown.. D'Anna and his beautiful
young wlfe have net been getting along
well together for two years, and the
tongues of the scandal-mongers have
been Dusy witu tuclr names ler some
time. Last Saturday evening a pistol
shot was heard from the D'Anna resi
dence, and te the neighbors who' rushed
in the Professer said his pistol went off
accidentally while he was cleanlng It.
His wife was found almost overcome by
nervous prostration, and she refused te
stay in the heuse with him that nlht,
?;efng te a neighbor's instead. The Pro Pre Pro
esser deeded all his property fiere te his
wife before leaving, and she it comferta
bly provided for., The uRfertaaate cu
pKttare moved in Laxhsgtes's bet soci
ety, awl titair faaHy trouble! aave
eatMui a W MftMthm. '
FINISHES TRAINING. f J
DertMtt Leavaa, for New OrlgMM, tRs
iSceM of UB,BtMe VHii O'Wywi. "
Aseujtv P.umc, Spt. n CerfVM
mere werli Frllay thun at any timi' r Ja
a month put. In the morning he piny
ctl baseball, ran racea and wrestled.
Then he took an heui-'s rest fer
dinner and a geed rubbing, in OiO
afternoon he went te work in the gymna
sium, A great crowd of pcople gathored
around, and as It was Cerbett's last day
at his quarters the doers were thrown
open and they were given a chanoe te
gratify their curiosity. He worked at
the wrist machine and pulleys and
punched the bag for an hour or mere,
and then he had another bout with Mc Mc
Vey and Daly and wound up the day's
work with half a doecn games of hand
ball. The plans of the Corbett party have
been altered ranrtorielly. Instead of
going te Jersey City Saturday neon,
they will go direct from this place te
Washington, connecting with the Cor
bett special at that point Corbett sent
a message te his mother Friday night
saying that he never felt better In his
llfe and that he would surely be in it.
Almest everybody in Asbury Park
seems te be confident in his ability te
win the battle.
Manager Brady received a letter Fri
day saying that Sullivan had prepared
a speech which he proposed te deliver
in the seventh round, provided Corbett
did net fight te suit him. In spcuking
of the matter Friday night, Corbett
said: "I wlN never give him a chance te
make a speech as long as I am able te
When Corbett leaves his quarters at
neon Friday the people here propeso te
give him a, great send-eiE. A band has
been engaged and there is te be a formal
hand-shaking all around.
Figure SlietrlDc the Value of Commerce
Tluit rassci Through the St. Slnry's
W.vsiuxore.-, Sept 8. The presi
dent's proclamation, imposing a retalia
tion tell of twenty cents a ten en Cana
dian produce passing through St Mary's
Fall canaL has been put into effect
smoothly and without friction, and the
treasury eftlcials here have received no
advices from Marquette or from any
ether point leading them te anticipate
trouble. The report of the chief of the
bureau of statistics en the internal
commerce of the United States during
the past fiscal year shows that the
value of the commerce through the St
Mary's canal increased from JS,000,000
in 1SS1 te ever 3123,000,000 in 1S0L
During the season of 235 days, during
which the canal remained open in 1SU1,
ever 10,000 vessels passed through It, of
which 7,300 were steamers. The precise
number of Canadian vessels is net clear
ly shown. The shipment of wheat (in
cluding the crop for Manitoba) for 1S91
amounted te 8S,S10,000 bushels, against
10,217,000 bushels in the preceding year.
Oration te Salllvnn at Ctaclnmitl.
Ci.vcix.vti, Sept 3. The special
train carrying Jehn L. Sullivan te New
Orleans stepped at the Grand Central
depot, Friday night The homage that
wns paid te the champion of champions,
as chroniclers of the arena fondly call
him, was as full and unreserved as ever
given a statesman or heroic soldier.
Ten thousand people dravn from every
rank and station of life, pressed into
the vast station and surged nnd weaved
until every available inch was taken.
The Presidents Clrenliir In Londen.
Londen, Sept 3. President Harri
son's circular relative te the quarantin
ing of essels carrying immigniuts finds
great approval, ami even admiration,
here. There is some feeling of envy
also that tlw American law enables the
government te take such prompt and
thorough Steps te step the Importation
AtLENTOWN, Pa., Sept 3. William F.
Keclc, wlxe was sentenced te be hanged
next Thursday for the murder of the
aged Nipech couple, last November,
has been informed that the governor
had granted him a reprieve of sixty
days. The reprieve is granted In order
te get his case before tle beard of par
dons. The Coel Creek Treuhln.
Knoxville, Tenn., Sept a Thenar
troubles are at an end in the Ceal Creek
mining regions. The last eusc- te be
disposed of by the civil authorities,
aided by the military officials, was that
of Charles T. Alleman, who was Thurs
day acquitted. There arc new thirty
six miners in Jail here and twenty at
Clinten awuiting trial.
Cruls Hill Likely Hun.
Columbus, O., Sept 3. The probabili
ties are Murderer Edward McCarthy's
sentence will be commuted te life im
prisonment by the pardon beard. Mem
ber Kuhns, te whom the cane was sub
mitted, having reported favorable en it
Member Miner reports adversely in
Craig's case and the latter will likely
Slurried In IleM.
ZANE6ViLLn, O., Sept a, Dr. Ueel,
the Indian mediclne man whose recent
marriage te Miss Spaulding created
much comment, has deserted his bride,
who will apply for a divorce. A letter
has been received from Detroit stating
that he has a wife and child Uicre.
Londen Bank SuipentU.
Londen, Sept S The Londen and
General bank, limited, William Jehns,
secretary, Ne. 20 Budge Bew, E. C., has
suspended payment The bank, which
was founded in IStri, never inspired
Soleldo In a Cemetery.
Cincinnati, 8cpt 3. Henry Breck
suicided by arsenic, between his wives'
graves in 6t Jehn's cemetery at St
Bernard, Friday evening. Financial
troubles, no employment and melan
cholia were the cause.
At Heffman' JiUnd.
Quarantine, N. Y Sept 8. The
steerage passengers of the steamship
Gallia, new in quarantine, were put
aboard the Bteatabeat Win. Fleteber
uAi transported te lleffman'a kMadJ
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t?EscTr'2 '""Ls i,
With S5 Purchase.
Hug. 3D, 31, Sept. 1, 2, 3
Competition Open te the World, Free!
The Most Attractive Program Ever Offered
TWO RACES EACH DAY!
pljrri LAOICB AND CHILDRtN ADMITTED
riTCC. rRcc thc nnsT day.
Spoelal Trains en All Railroads
at Exourslen Rales.
Ter firtler icferaitita :J caUlcgne, iJlress tl SxreUrj.
OEO. H. -WHITNEY, Presldent.
THOS. la. MARTIN. Secretary.
M. 0. Russell & Sen
will he leund en the
during the uiiiliUuff of their new
Call anil See Them.
COCHKAN i iOS.
ATTOItXEl'S AT LAW,
UO'IT. A. COCII1IAK, 1
A. U. J. C0UIIUAN, V
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W.n.WADSWOUTH, SH. I W. 11. WADSWOHTH, JH.
WAD3WOUTH it SON,
ATiunsEi's at z-.ur,
Tlie(fm'rl practlcel Ln'v,
C. W. AVAltDLE,
Kurlpirt's Klefh, Seceml rtiul !ittiii Sttects.
fyAWlien havlliKTePtli Eitrnctvtl take (Ills. Ab-
.When havlliKTePtli Etlrn
flntey rlnlfsnncl s(e.
Small, the Tailor
CAN HE FOUND AT HIS
EMPORIUM of FASHION
JSe. J 10 Mitrl.rt Struct,
OMmMt Central Hetel.
Gee. M. dinger & Sen.
BRICK .MASONS AND CONTRACrOKSl
Estimates made en all claasei of Werk.
Leck Bex 417, MAY8VILLE. KY.
Dr. J. H. SAMUEL,
Kx-reririent Purufen Cloed Hninnrttnn IIexiittAl.
Kxtctlnir Hiiprlntfnileiit Lensvlew
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGE0N
OHU'e nml KIiUhi
Thlril titrret. one rfoer IVett or Market.
J. J. FITZGERALD,
Plumber, Gas ami Steam Fitter!
' 41 Wert Second Street,
Jewel Om Btevfi. XAY8V1LLK, KY.
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In (ItarUe and NartAe.
M. R. GILMPRE,
V W. 8MOMR 8TKKST, 'XAYHVILLK. KY,
Eresidential CamMii WaIf gf
TO READERS QF
THE PUBLIC LEDGER
The Prcsldeutial Campaign of 1S02
interesting nnd exciting In thc history of
be cMrcmely anxious te have all the GENERAL nnd POLITICAL NEWS and dls-
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AiMress all orders te
We lmve just received fifty
whipcords, , BROADCLOTHS,
ill nil the new nnd desirable shades for fall,
from 5U cents up te SI 50 per yard. Alse
a new line of Gimps In silk, steel nml jctt.
DROWNING & CO., 51
. Maysville Carriage CempanyJ" JB1
A PINE LINE OP
Alse Aeknts Fen the
Deeriiifir Harvesting Machinery.
CARPET OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS,
And Housekeeping Goods
McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
Tinware, Tin Reefing,
JOUiWOIlK OF ALL KINDS xecuted in the
L. C. JJLATTEnUAN. OLDEST JIOUSE IN THE CITY. W. V. TOWW
Rl ATTFRMAN & PrtWFRll
MILLER'S MONITOR RANGES,
ANIl DEALERS IN .:
MANTELS, STOVES, GRATES; ICE OREAM EREEZERSi
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btt ua4orel(l. All iree4 miMraRteed as
Karriveraten. wnttilnir Muetalnea. wniureri aud KlUUien HttaetAltuu. w will ni.- n
38 and $0 W. Sceid Strt,
will, without doubt, be thc meA intcnsclyit'i '
the United States, and country pcople wllliX .
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juuruui vrcguiiu tsiiuscripiien price ci per
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yeur , w,
regular price per year $ 00
" " " 3,00
BEGIN AT ANY TIME. .
should take advantage' of it at once.
accompany the orders.
THE PUBLIC LEDGER,
Dress Goods; 2
pieces of Dress Goods In
WEST SECOND STREET.
AND DltALEltS IN
Generally Always en Hand
Guttering and Spouting.
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