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LO.OKS LIKE DEFEAT.
; -i 80 HEWING ABOUT TUB LOCAL AND
' ' NATIONAL BLE0T10NTEHTBRDAV.
The Nete Election Law aud It't Effect in
r KtnttukyOne KfpubUcan Cengresrman
r V Elected in Uie State But ZMle Hepe.
New will come the .settlement of the
There has been a cbange in the
weather. The "cold wave" flint we
heisted yesterday for the Democrats has
given place te the "blue" flag of the
Yesterday an honest Democrat fur
nished another honest Democrat with
the record of a non-resident floater.
The. man had no mere right te vete in
Maysvllle than we have te vete in
Aberdeen. And yet the Democratic
election officers allowed him te vote.
We would like te ask what right a
mnn has te vote who has moved from
one Precinct te another within two
'weeks of election day, when the law
Bays he must have resided in the
Precinct sixty days? Will some Demo
crat who is net an election officer
'sworn te obey the law please answer?
It is te be hoped, when another elec
tion occurs, that our Prohibition friends
. will adept a different device- for the
heading of their ticket, Ja they have any
by that tlme. The Flicenlx was by
many mistaken for an Eagle, and its
appearance en the ballet provoked the
belief that it was n trick te catch Re
publican votes. If the Prehlbs 'must
have a device, they might, in the eter-
' nal fitness of things, clioe39 a demijohn.
, The new election law and the secret
official ballet did net work te the inter
est of the Republican party In Ken
tucky as was hoped. The system was
'undoubtedly a disadvantage te ns In
Masen county. In strong Republican
' Precincts, where the number of voters
who entered the booths wero known te
largely favor the Eagle ticket, but
meager majorities were returnod.sliewing
conclusively that there was a widespread
want of nnderstanding as te the starnp-
' Ing of the X mark. In seme Precincts
1 ballets were dropped into the box
marked In every concelvable manner
..and some net marked at all. The cbl-
ered voters had net been sufficiently cd
. ucated and It was at the places whero
;thelr vote Is largest that the greatest
1 number of mistakes wero made.
KA large crowd was present at the
Courtheuso last night te hear the re-
v turns read. W. Lame Themas and
. ;WThema8'A. Davis. read the telegrams -as
"?- fast as they were brought which at
v?i; times was exasperatlngly slew. The
;, - urav uuwa nua iuluivuu uuuuii e u;iuvk
1 dl - ., -l...l .L..I e -1.1. .1.
v. indicating that the tide In New Yerk
:.l ritv and Brooklyn was In favor nf
.Grever ClOYeland". This opinion was
strengthened by news received every
ew mlnunes until it bocame evident te
everyene that New Yerk state was lest
te the Republicans. All Interest then
became directed toward Indiana. But
i'.Mttld cool be Ticard from this state
for ever an hour at ene tlme nedls-
y4chea were brought from the tolegragh
and the crowd becatna impatient.
-le tfee BurpriM of overyeno and the de-
V&t ft tbe Deete, Illinois Uewiwi
tm Mwmui quanwiy. uwag9 eeHtranr
,.ia all BMMlMit In a Kit fowl 1 bImUeb
I MAMA an MMtsjftttlLaXmmAJt TaOttaAAfltsat la ittL-ft.
01 TO mm VKfniVRMMlB IMIWVVnHvv W7
bMteW a MLOHd.
J. Elwood Davis of Lexington and
Miss Lizzie Bnlter of Danville have becn
1 . 1 11
Four young men wero caught by a
caving sand bank at Bollevuo and ene of
thorn wee smothered te death.
Centra University defeated the A.
and M. Collcge feet ball team at Rich
mond (Saturday. Bcore 8 te 0.
Tub Mite Society of the M. E. Church,
Seuth, will meet at Wrs. Emily Pearce's
en Market street at 7 this evenlng.
THIS IS HE.
The light of day with furnace heat
Gives way te ovenjntr calm,
That brings te weary bands and feet
Rest, the soul's swoet balm.
Te bee his girl the youth, alack,
Can't ee his heart It wrings;
Unless his ene dress shirt right back
The washerwoman brings.
xrnATm OOINO UN , ALONG tub
BRAVTIEVL OHIO 1UVE1U
Driftwood Gathered en Shere and Stream
by Tit LedQer V eatheT'lieaten Vh Tar
and Piled Up Beady Ear (7e.
The rlver has risen about threo inches.
The indications for a rise are said te be
flrst-class at headquarters.
It takes nearly twenty-four hours for
the JV. F, W11$ te make the trip from
kf te CtaeiwHttl.
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MAYSVILLE, KY., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER p, 1892.
Make the best of it.
Mama IAYESef Klrkwoed, Me.,-writes
te Pestmaster Davis te knew what has
bocemo of Jehn Ilnycs or bis family.
William L. Walters of Kentucky has
been promoted from a f 000 te a $1,000
clerkship in the Pension Office at Wash
ington. Tub flood of low, groveling, ignorant,
criminal Immigration must be checked or
our country Will become mere deeply de
graded than the worst country in Eurepu.
ARE STILL FOR THE OLD FLAG!
TB& TALE OF
SHAKE 811 A
"The Whlte Slave," a beautiful drama
of the Seuth before the war, will bb pre
sented by H. O. Kennedy's excellent com
pany at Washington Opora-heuso en next
Monday evening, Noveraber 14th. It is
written by Bartley Campbell and for
years has been a most popular state pro
duction. Mrs. It. C. Ilhea,
Of Milferd, Ncb says she suffered great
ly from a complication of diseases of
feanlc weakness and liver nnd kidney
troubles. Her health was fully restored
by using Dr. Hale's Household. Tea, the
most pleasant and most cffcctlve medi
cine known. 25 and 60 cent package at
Power & Reynelds's Drugstore.
I ' '
LM of Advertised Letters.
Belew'ls a UstoMettors remaining uncalled
for nt the Maysvllle Postetllco for the week
bndlng Novembor Oth, IKKJj
Adamsen, Stevo Lnuery, Wnlter N.
Allen, Eliza Means, J.
Hums, Laura D. Manning, Dr.
Itrewnlng, Laura Neal, Katle
Itoggers, Jehn Park, Mrs. Rachel
Cole, Blla M. Persen. Ooergo
Clark, W. II. ltoyeo, Jame
Duncan, J. W. 8aunders, Hpv. MUes
Daugherty, Allce Winter. Mrs. Uottle
Grimes, Walter N. Williams, Miss Annle
Nathan, Mrs. Sis Williams, Lenas
Llnvllle, Mrs. Allce
CWOne cent due en oheh of above.
Persens catllngfer these lotters will please
say that they are advortlsed.
Themas A. Davis, Vetttnntttr.
Frem 4 Daily lltteillc, TiYhatcem,
IVaih. "T. O. Buvnctt, the Democratic
candldate for Sheriff, was taken violently
ill at Cloarbroek. Ue had all the symp
toms of Asiatle cholera, and for an hour
or two it was feared he would die. They
finally gave him a dese of Chamberlaln's
Celic, Cholera and Diarrhcea Remcdy,
which rovlved him until a physician ar
rived." That is prcclsely what the manu
facturers of that mcdlclne recommend for
cholera. Bend for a physician but glve
their medlclne until the physlclaa ar
rive!. It cholera becomes prevalent In
tkk ceuatry xt wwawr this prepara prepara
Uea will b la gmt 41 ! It
6M always fe dt)atitl $9. Tet )
New for the city election.
Tub Republfc still lives and will con
tinue te live.
Citaijiman Kehek and The Bulletin will
probably net have the audacity te clamor
for honest elections seen again.
Remember, Tns Ledger prints "Help
Wanted." "Lest." " Found," end similar
notices net of a' business character, free
of charge. The only thing we require Is
that the Copy be sent in before 0 o'clock
en day of publication.
"I'LL 3IEET TOV IN HEAVEN."
Se James Devliie Wrete te the Girl Who He.
James Devlne, well known in this city,
attempted sulclde in Cincinnai night be be be
fere lust. The Commercial Gazelle of yes
terday gives the follewing:
James Dcvinc, a cigar maker, bearding
with Mrs. Doelun, at 145 Sycamere street,
attempted sulclde by taking a dese of
laudanum last evening about lb o'clock.
Devlne has been in the city about our
weeks, coming here from Maysvllle, Ivy.
II e is given somewhat te drink, and last
evening retired at the usual time with
his room-mate, Tem Hancock. The
latter knew nothing about his actions
until groans from Devlne awakened him.
Hastily putting en bis clothes te ran te
the office of Dr. N. P. Dandrhjge en
Broadway and notified him. The latter
responded, aud found Dovlne writhing
in pain. An emetic was procured from
Francis's Drugstore, which afforded some
rolief. Later his condition became such
that It was decided te rcmove him te the
City Hospital, which was done by Patrel
The cause of the attempted sulcideVas
no doubt brought en through his failure
te effect a reconciliation with his girl,
whom he brought from Maysvllle,
Ky about a week age. Slnce com
ing te the city the latter has had
nothing te de with him. Dcvlne's condi
tion is regarded as serious. The fellow,
lag letter was found lylng en a table
"Anniei Tbls is hard, but I cannot
help It. Come and bce that I am put
away. Tem Hancock has treated me as
a gentlcman. Glve my regards te Mrs.
Leuis Sterk of Covington. I'll meet you
in Ilsaven." ,Ne signature.
Relatives in this city Have beet) In
formed that he will recover entirely.
Thb ladle of all the ahurckaa
livlt4 te a raeavtiM aivaa (a tin
TVVW 9 UW yFTW rPBWjTV fWW Vffm
Don't get mad at anybody who did net
vete as you did.
m i i
One thing is certain everybody will
have te be satisfied with the result.
Tub man who registered and did net
vote will come in for his share of the
Mat the blessing of Ged rest en our
Christian Endeavor and )ur friends who
steed by Us in the death of our little
Delia Bowen, who died October Oth, 1893.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bewen.
THIS IS IVE.
famrAi's that lead
tiema of xne mi;
That Are Stnknl Vp and
Vlletift Inte 1)
Thoroughly Ceu.tent Einjlnrer.
The C. and O. is building an Immcuse
new water tank at Ashland.
Ne. 2 en the C. and O. Is getting into
its bad habit of, coming iu late again,
The coal trade en the O. and B. S.
Railway is heavier than ever before in
See our genuine new crop New Or Or
leans, new sorghum and fancy evapo
rated f rult8.
Cleveland may be elected but you
will still have te buy geed things te cat.
The finest staple and fancy groceries at
Q. W. Gclsel's,
Death of Af Burnftt.
Aihland JVw, Captain Alf. Burnett,
of the Eureka Detcctlve Agency, Charles
ton, W. Va., died at Willow Island, W.
Ya., Tuesday, Nevember 1st, at 8:30 p.
m. Many of our, citizens will romciaber
Captain Burnett and his connection with
ttte famous Craft, Neal and Ellis rape,
RHinter aad inetsdUry case. It was h
wke protested tfce iaaoceaea of taa
tfcm mmi, aad bemkt a aare te Cat
MMHiiff te i1m. Um crlaw, wMt,
vissi iIm taal aama. rfiMtetmati May
ipjtf Iwii' ijr BBRSVy'
fiasssssWMKsjlHHBsMsTsssJ. mA mXl
The majority of the reur$ in ?M Jire
Demand Barbeaen. ( 4
The ctne.tinn rmsxnd off nlllntlv in thta
city and county yesterday, thdre bIgVj
no disturbance at any of the polls sefiw,. q
fTMiA MeH.af. artt.tl. JN.nHAlntkfl m t J4i. f
net be much of a surprise. The scratdaV
ing, abent which se much has beea sIdi
failcd te materialize te any great ex-i
The main interest was centered in tM
race for Circuit Judge. Beth partW:
made a desperate fight. It was theughtv
that Mr. Cochran, the Republican candl-.
date, would receive the full support of
bis party and en account of his popular
ity and reputation as an attorney would
he voted for by enough Democrats te off
set the Democratic majority in the Dis
trict of ever 600. Especially was this
believed in Masen county. The returns
Indicate that, while a number of Demo
crats supported Mr. Cochran, his oppo
nent also dVew from the Republicans.
In the strong Republican precincts Mr." '"
Cochran's majorities were far below
what was anticipated. The city of
iuuysvjiiu cumpicie gives VAcarau a
majority of 117.
The following are the majorities in all
the precincts in the county. The fully
returns have net been brought In, as we
go te press.
Maysvllle Ne. 1..
" Ne. 3..
' Ne. 4..
Murphysvllle . ..
Maystick Ne. 1 I
" THE C1BCUIT JUDGE,
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The returns from
the ether counties
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UiU tULUJJCl, uui nucu uuiupiciu WIU -t
probably show Mr. Harbcsen's election
by upward of 800 majority.
Frem what has been heard Harbcsen
has carried Fleming county by 215 and
Bracken county by 450. Orccnup gives
Cochran about 100. It leeks like Harbe Harbo Harbe
eon's majority in Masen county will be
almost his majority in this District.
Mr. Cochran ran ahead of the rest of
the Republican ticket.
It is learned that Lewls county has
given Cochran 509 majority, which, if
all ether reports are true, will give Harbo Harbe
son a majority of 360 in the district.
I'llAYKlfHBbiLaU UUU tHHKlUg-BCilOUl ai 'Ayr.
the Central Presbyterian Church this cve- ' .
ning at 7 o'clock.
All survivors of the Sixteenth Ken
tucky who centemplate attending the re
union en the 30th, arc requested te re
port te C. L. Overley at once.
Judek Helt ran ahead of his ticket in
this county and probably did throughout
the District. Nethinir has been heard
fA. ,1m ntlinw Mmtiittna t.,, as 4fiA t '
District is reliably Republican his election i "''
LEARN TO TAKE IT EASY.
Toe Much Werry amd Bnitimt Net O
for DIM. i t
It docs Bccm Btrange te me," said e-' ,
Ocragreflaman West te a New Yerk Her
ald reporter the ether day, wbysonie
business men cling1 closely te business
all their lifetime. Yeu laugh? Well,
business is business, of course, and Ben,
Franklin knew what he waa talking
about when he said something about .
saving a penny every time you get a.
chance. But what I mean te say Is that
a business man needn't be everlastingly
drudging away simply because he is
making lets of money, no should take
a holiday, and at times a Jelly long one,?
Mr. West stroked his big white beard
and looked up at the celling as if trying
te count the roses in the, frescoed!
wreaths above the chandelier, and then
"Rich men in business, no matter
whether they began business when they
were peer as church mice or whether
they had piles of money before they gob
out of their teens are beceming1
sensible nowadays. I can ceuis
en my Angers' ends dozens of men '
who, twcnty-Uve years age, nev.i,
took a week off in summer tin
tcn, who were rich as Crcesua
years and years before that, and yet
who went te their efflcca as early s ' ,
they hed te de when they were clerk
big it; and they kept It up till they .. ''
toppled Inte their graves. Why, It
knew some New Yerk business mm.
twenty-five years age who had never
taken an ocean bath because they had
never Been the ocean beyond the Bat
tery. I knew a thing- or two about
Saratoga, and, would you believe 14, -loot
summer I had as pleasant a day as t
ever -spent in my life at Ballston vrith ,
merchant In this city who .had gene out
of town for a week for the first time
during the sixty, years of his active
business life? Yet that man had always
made his elerka go away for a week
every summer, with a week's inJary
paid In advance. (
"Business raen don't fe M mow mew
days becauM tWr hair U yray. Tkaf
Aea't aav up, for tbe 'boy by 4afajfer
THy tafe tbOr tkn erf jellrlUa W Uh,
vs asMttgrjeuntM leaaMaa Mv
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