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DAILY. BXOEPT SUNDAY, BY
THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO.
William It, Cox,
Theuah A. Davis,
, WiixiaU u. Wapwehth, Jr.,
Srtrttnrv ami Treiuurer.
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Yeu may think there are
seasons tchtn you don't need
We have never seen that
' Use the dull seasons Jer
looking ever your stock and
running off that which is
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. Greensburg (Ind.) Review. During the lust
campaign the Democrats of this city dlplajcd
a banner In their precessions bearing this In In
scripteon: vote ran onevtii Cleveland
f 1 25 A IIUFHKI,
roil yeun wheat.
A liberal reward will be paid for that banner
at this elllce, and no questions asked.
tvsf President Cleveland's nomination
$Tf ex-Representative Albert A. Willis
ei KciuucKy as united states .Minister
te Hawaii te succeed
Mr. Blount brings
Put the question of
the Flag Hawaiian anexatien
Up te Stay!
again before the
public. The vacill
ating and unstates-manlike-
policy which the Cleveland
Administration has followed in regard
te Hawaii has exposed American
Interests In the Pacific te grave perils.
The situation In the Hawaiian Islands
Is altogether anomalous. The Previsional
Government, called Inte being only for
an emergency and organized simply te
protect life and property until the
ratification of the annexation treaty by
the United States, has been compelled
te assume the functions of established
authority pending definite action by the
American Senate en Hawaii's request
for admission beneath the folds of the
7$" Stars and Stripes.
If the enemies or Hawaiian annexation
expected te gain capital for their cause
by delay they have found themselves
grievously mistaken. Each succeeding
month has made it plainer that the
Previsional Government has the support
ef the great body of Intelligent and
. responsible residents of Hawaii. It has
been made evident that the request
for annexation te the United States
rtflieseaUd net only the true interests
Hawaii, but the best and most enllght
Md Matlm&Bt of the Hawaiian people.
It k worth while te recall the views
,, ji Mamictew Fmn, made, public while
ment. That far-sighted statesman and
sterling patriot declared in language
that is net capable of misconstruction
that the traofer,ef control ever Hawaii
te nny foreign power "would, threaten
a military surveillance in the Pacific
similar te that which Bermuda has
afforded in the Atlantic." "We desire,"
he asserted, "no similar outposts in the
bauds of theso who may at any future
time use them te our disadvantage."
Hawaii cannot stand alone. It must
be American or European, a maritime
fortress guarding our rich Pacifle coast
or the vantage point of a fereigu power
constituting a perputual menace. Tliere
should be no mere hesitation and shuttl
ing regarding this "outpost fronting aud
commanding the whole of our posses
sions en the Pacific Ocean," as Secretary
Fish tersely described it. The annex
ation which the Hawaiian people desire,
and which the interests of the United
States demand, should be consummated.
The Stars and Stripes should be raised
ever Hawaii, never again te be lowered
while the American Republic endures.
That the advocates of Free-trade have
meant and mean the ruin of American
Industry has leug been npparent. The
aud British .news
They papers which hailed
Mean liuin. the election of Gno Gne
veb fs a great
victory for British
industry kuew that what was England's
gain would be America's less and they
knew that the overthrew of the Protective
Tariff would be n rulueus blew te these
American industries built up under the
policy of Protection. There has been
a disposition en the part of Free-trade
organs te deny in a weak and evasive
fashion that the Free-trade policy was
Intended te ruin American iudustry or
that it would be carried out should such
a result appear probable. Bilt new all
disguise is thrown off. With the Free
trade Democracy in control in the White
Heuse and in both branches of Congress,
moderation is cast te the winds, and
The Xew Yerk Evening Pest, the mouth
piece of Cleveland nud Free-trade,
makes the follewiug statement;
If our industrial salvation depends upon
having these people who voted against
McKiuleyisrn suddently proclaim that
McKinlcyisni is rlifht why, our industrial
salvation is utterly hopeless. It would
be the merest grasping at straws te place
the least dependence upon such prosper
ous suggestions, and no business man, I
venture te say, takes them into account
in his calculations. It is net a mere
possibility of Tariff revision that con
fronts us, it is the certainty If this
means ruin, then ruin will come as surely
as the sun will rise te-morrow.
The advocates of British Free-trade
are in control, and they mean te de the
work of their British allies aud masters,
no matter hew great and widespread the
disater that results In America. Pro
tection is te be overthrown aud Free
trade enacted, no matter hew many
hundreds of thousands of Americans may
be deprived of the means te earn a living
and te bring up these dependent en
them in a way benetiting American
The numerous burglaries being com
mitted In Lexington nre becoming alarming.
Sunday night a negre entered the grocery of
D. P. Sulleeand rifled his cash drawer. Mon Men
day night (0 whs taken from the ensh drawer
of a confectioner, and the C. and O. ticket of
fice wns also entered by burglar.
FIVE TJtAIXS A VAX.
Hill Four Ileute te ClilcafoLeok at
Dal I j.
Lv. Cin. . . .8:00
Ne. 17. .Ne. 8.
a. tn. neon
All day trains liare parlor cars and dining
cars; night trains have sleeping cars and re
clining chair cars. Ne. 1 has through sleeping
car Macen and Atlanta te Chicago via E.T..V.
and Q. it. It. and Q. and C. route Ne. 17 has
through steeping car Washington te Chicago
via Chcrapeake and Ohie Italhray. The Illg
Kourreuto Is positively the only line making
connection In Central Union Station, Cincin
nati, with through trains of the E. T., V. and
O. Hallway, Queen and Crescent route, Chesa Chesa
peake and Ohie Hallway, Kentucky Central
Hallway and L.and N. Hallread without trans
fer, and landing passengers at the Midway
Plalsance, the main cntrance gnte te the
World's Fair. He euro your tlekcts read via
the Illg Four reute. Fer full Information ad
drees the General Passenger Agent,
D. n. Maiitin, Cincinnati, O.
llrace 17 and Take Tonic.
Yeu will feel llke a new man If you take
Stockton's Antiseptic and get your bleed thor
oughly clean. It Is n ttne tonic, Invigorates
and cleanses the whele system. Fer sale by
Pewer St Hoynelds, druggists.
Cuillt; Tint ul A1tji.
I'ower Si Hoynelds, Druggists, have exclu
sive sale of tbese Celebrated Glasses In Mays Mays
vllle, Ky. Frent the factory of Kellam &
Moero, the onlycemploto optical plant In the
Seuth, Atlanta, Oa.
World's Fair, Chicago.
Calumet Arfrnse and 29tn Street.
Mreproef Mi roemsi ner Fair
ureunesi bsib ea srnrx uuur,
m. b m . bh. nmvi n
Axaerteaa aed Kuropean plans.
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Ke.tO E. Third Stttet
-I VANTKD-llev te deliver meat, HIT
Nls. Fifth Ward.
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nt this eltlee.
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ply te lTofeer.T. II. IIOWLAKD nt HIrIi Scheel
or rylileiice en Eat Hycenil Mrrrt. f Ixlh Want.
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if te travel with expeneps pnld, presenting
established heuse: salary $;. with lncreasp; In In
ceose reference unci self-udilresspd stumped en en
velepe.Oeneral Malinger, Leck Drawer l'.Chlcage.
I?OH HAI.K seceiiit'liand vlollncelle, cheap.
. Apply te THEO. C'AMPHKLL, :i2 Market
1?OU HALE-TweflneKasnnd electrle reflectors,
. for llKlitlng churches, halls or any l.irue room,
cheap. Apply te 8. 11. OLDHAM, 13 hastbicend
170HHAI.K An organ In first-class order. elieap.
" AUKX.JACOWiOKflnfi Market street.Timer
of Planus and Organs.
IOH HENT-My farm In Masen county. Ken
. tucky, two and a half miles hast of Mb slick
ceiitulntng 14 acres, one hut resenslbe par
ties need apply. It. J. OAITHKlt
.Masen county, Kentucky
IJiOIt HENT-Furnlshid room. Miss LUCY LKE,
" aw Market street.
17011 KENT Furnished room centrally located.
Apply te this elUce.
I 7011 UENT-Dwelllng of 7 rooms and kitchen
. Court street: gas, water end sewer; In geed re
pair Apply te Mrs. L. V. DAVIS.Znelgart Jlleck.
Ilptween St. K. Church, Seuth, end the
J J L, and X
Finder will please leave at this elllce.
Denet.a white scarf emtirelderlid In
7 0T Ihtween the Christian Church and For Fer
lj est avenue, a scirlet belt. Please return te
whip, between Mathews's Mill
mils. Itptlirn te W II MATH.
lj and FalrKreunds.
KWB A CO.'a Olllce,
j OST An AlllKater-skln pocket-book, sliver
JJ lerners, between Lewlsburg and Ma)sllle.
Iteturn te this elllce.
T ADIES who wll de Writing for me at their
-u Hemes will nnlKe Reed waces. Itepiv with
self.addressed, stamped enelepe Miss MIIjUKED
.im.ur.n. peiuii itt-nii. inn.
LADIES can make ft dally by folding and ad
dressing circulars ferus at home. Xocanvass Xecanvass
Inc: position permanent; reply with stamped en
velope Miss OKACE PAUL. Seuth Hend, Ind.
reit pei.ici; junnt:.
We nre authorized te announre E. E.
PEAHCE, Jr., as a candidate for I'ollie Judge,
subject te the vote of the people.
We are authorized te announce ADNA A.
WADSWOHTH asa candidate ler rellceJudge,
subject te the action et the people.
I Oil CHIEF OF POMCC.
We are autheilzed te announce E. W. FITZ
GF.ltALI) as a candidate for the oillce el
Chlet el Police, subject te the action et the
voters of the city et Mnysvllle.
We are authorized te announce that I). I',
OUT Is a candidate for Chlet et Police, suL
Ject te the vote of the people.
We arc authorized te announce C. D. SHEP
AHD as a candidate ler re-election te the elllce
of Assessor, subject te the voters et the city.
We are authorized te announce JOHN II.
Oltlt, Jr., as a candidate ler Assessor, subject
te the 'ote of the people.
1011 TIlKAXUItl it.
We are authorized te announce JAMES W.
F1TZQKHALD ns a candidate ler to-electlen
te the elllce of Treusurer of the city, subject
te the action of the people.
FOll COUNTY ATTOIl.NEY.
We are authorized te announce JOHN L.
CHAMIIEltLAIN as a candidate for County
Attorney, subject te the action of the Demo
Kill COU.NTV 8UTEHI.NTENHENT.
We are authorized te anneunce O. W. ULAT
TEll.MAN as n candidate for re-election te
oillce of County Superintendent of Schools at
next November election, subjeu te the action
el the Democratic party.
We ate authorized te announce KOIIEHT
KIHK as a candidate for ro-electlon te the of
fice of Jailer at the November election, 1MKI,
subject te the action of the Democratic party.
We are authorized te announce J. C. JEF
FEHSON as a candidate ler re-election te the
oillce of Sherltr, subject te the action of the
State National Bank
CAPITAL HTUCK .
DO A OENEBAL BANKING BUSINESS.
O B. Pkarck, Cashier.
Jar. N. Kikk, Vice-President.
The eclebrated sclentlfle
e' IW West Seventh strcet, Cincinnati, O., na na
tlve of Austria, Europe, will occupy the Cen
tral Hetol Parler en
Tuesday, Wedncflday, Thursday and Friday,
August 22d, 23d, 24th and 25th,
whero he will be propared te adjust the proper
glasses te all renns of dofectlve vision.
Mr. Landman Is nn Optician of unusual
merit, has been visiting ilaysvllle ter nearly
three years, and wen the cenfidenre of the
poeploot Maysvllle end Masen county by his
skilled work and his honerablo dealings. Na
lady should miss the opportunity or securing
the proper glasses from lilra. He will net give
you glasses unless you really need them
examination anu icsi ei vision iree,
best of louses te suit the oye set In ttne str.e)
irame te nt tne race xer enir ? i w, Hpeciai
price for glasses for astigmatic eyes and geld
Faulkner's Bill te .Set Silver In
: '" Circulate?
Tbe Standard-Dellar Coinage te Step
Tbe Hill Will Withdraw I'rein Circulation
AH Neti, Save the Legal Tender, Green-
bnchs of Lcm Than Ttmi Uellura, mid
bubatitute InateI 81 Iver CcHn.
Wasihnotem, Sept 15. Senater
Faulkner's amendmeivt te the pending
tlnancjn.1 bill, te wuieh he referred the
ether day In his Bpoeoli, te looked ujen
in some quartern tvs the jvesslbJe solu
tion of the present dlffleulty. Thk feet
will, It Is tbeugiit, toad ,te loecen the
tension of the centndin(r forces sotne setne
whut aed croate a feellnjr of friendli
ness tliut Is supposed te precede recon
ciliation and compremlfta.
tr. t'eulkner's amendment with
drtiws from olrulatlen all notea. Bave
the leffal tender greenbacks, of denom
inations less than $10, and substi
tutes in their stend silver coin,
be that there can be no expansion of
the currency except as provided In the
further sections of his amendment. lie
believes by the withdrawal of the:
notes that silver dellura and five and
two-and-a-half geld pieoes will circu
late alongside of oaeh ether in the ordi
nary course of trade.
He provides for th coinage of silver
up te an aggregate of 80,000,000, and
when that amount is reached the oom eom oem
age of silver will ceaM absolutely. The
present aggregate of sllver coin, in
cluding subsidiary coin, amounts te
f 015,000,000, se that the increase under
this amendment will be 185,000,000.
Coinage is te be done at the rute ei
$3,000,000 a month, and nt this rute It
will take mere than three years te coin
the seignierage and bullion new in
the treasury, the estimate being made
of course en the coinage value of the
When that period has elapsed the
secretary is dircteed te buy silver and
coin it at the same rate, until the limit
designated shall have becn reached.
Mr. Faulkner compute that te accom
plish this will take about seven years,
and by that time we will have been
able te determine what tlve future
policy of the government regarding
silver shall be. Ily that time nlie the
results of any international conference
will have been accomplished, and if an
agreement is te be made the details
can be arranged in ample time te meet
This, in brief, is what Mr. Faulkner
seeks te accomplish, and te that end he
will lend his lMt endeavors, believing
that this Is the only solution toward
which all factions can act in harmony.
According te the prevent pregramme it
is understood that President Cleveland
will be waited upon by a number of
senators for a conference regarding the
situation in the senate.
The senators will represent tbe cen-servath-e
element, and will favor a
compretnij. It will be represented te
the president that such a bill as is con
templated by the senator from West
Virginiu can be p-vssed through both
houses in twenty-four hours, and that
by this means the present discussion
of the financial question will be ended
for several yearb, and the oeuntry ' will
knew exactly the conditions it hus te
A careful canvas of the senate has
been made, and it i believed by the
canvassers that such a compromise
will be accepted by the silver men,
while at the same time many senators
from states whose people have a
leaning toward silver, but who have
spoken for repeal, will hail it with de
light These senators, trusting in the Judg
ment of the president, have declared
their intention of voting as ha has sug
gested, but their enthusiasm is net of
that sort that will lead them te stand
out for all time, and insist upon that
which their own judgment tells them
is net for the best interests of their
people or of the country in general.
ltuth's Hlster Will Be Christened Kttther, se
the President Bey.
Washington, Sept. 15. The name
of baby Kuth's sister has "been decided
upon. The president has just an
nounced that she is te be christened
Dr. Sunderland of the First Presby
terian church, when the Cleveland
family worships, will in all probability
perform the sacred oeremeny of chris
tening the little one Esther.
This mime is known te be a favorite
of Mrs. Cleveland. After Baby Ruth
was christened she' remarked in the
presence of a number of friends if she
ever had another daughter Bhe in
tended te name it Esther.
Mrs. Perrine, Mrs. Cleveland's mother,
wanted te name the new corner, but
Mrs. Cleveland insisted, and after a
family conference the president de
cided that Mrs. Cleveland should have
hex say, and se it.wlll be Baby Esther.
As scen as this decision was readied
tlte president en me into his oillce and
informed his secretary, Mr. Thurber,
and he at once informed the press,
WASHiNOTO.v.ept 15. The treasury
department Thursday purchased 410,000
ounces of silver at their counter offer
of 10.7450 per ounce. The purchases
thus far this month amount te 1,104,000
Campbell will Hpeak In Ohie.
Wahmnoten, Sept 15. It develeped
here Thursday evening that Campbell
has made arranpoments te speak dur
ing the last two weeks of the campaign
in Ohie in the interest of NeaL
Air. Daniel Addresses the Semite.
Washinote.v, Sept 1ft.- Sonnter Den
ial (Vn.) addressed the senate Thurs
day against the repeal of the Sherman
Nkw Yehk, Sept 15.- Augustln Dally
Is te build 'u magnificent playhouse near
the Windser hotel, en Fifth avenue,
which will cost a million or mere.
mi i mini.iM,i ii-
Foreign and Demestic Fruits
Oysters and Pish eii.
.AM. FLAVOUR Or
GREAMS and ICES
-maiik te eitnnit,-
Orders Solicited and.
Ill KitM Thliil .Mi cel....
Iteturn their cordial thanks te their
friends and the public In general
for their past favors, and respect
fully Inform thera that we continue
lillUKS nud STATIO.NKKV,
WALL I'AI'KK audWIMlOW SIIAlltS,
T01S and .UTI0.S,
nnd have en hand a large assert
which no will dispose el upon the
most reasonable terms
Se in i! ltare Itarpilns In IMcjilcs.
18 THE TIME TO nUV YOUIt
A wonderfully fine piece of English
Written by Matthew 0. Lewis, a
member of tbe British Parliament,
mere than a hundred years age.
Been out of print for mere than a
generation, and has jait been re
produced without abridgment.
60 cents if sent by Adams Express,
or 70 cents if sent by any ether Ex
By Meney Order or Registered Let
ter. Ne postage stamps taken.
THOMAS A. DAVIS,
A. M. Campbell,
Has for Sale the Fellow Inc Cheice Preperty:
Mrs. Cunningham's dwelling
In the West End cheap.
Htorelinuso of Oeortre T.
Weed, Firth Ward, t ;M0.
Twenly-slx feet adjoining
Mcllvalne, Humphreys Si
Hramel Sutten strcet.
Academy of the Visitation Hearding
and Day Scheel for Yeunp; Ladles.
This institution has a high roputatlen for Its
ninny advantage's and thorough education In
every branch. The Musical Department Is
under the direction et a graduate of n noted
conservatory, derman uud Kclcctle System
or Drawing taught iree, uiinu pupus win de
tratned by the l'elnt-prlnt Method. Fer forms
and olher Information apply te 8ISTKHH OF
Mtusrilin Masen tX).. Ivy
" ' OHIO DAY, " "
Wojn.D'BlFAitjeu.'rfl, Ejrt. 15.
Pd itinii&steaB aithe fair Wesiaes4y,
Gov. McKlnley and thousands of his
poe-plo oame te ths fair Thursday and
joined in one of tbe most successful
demonstrations yet held by a state. It
is estimated that the Ohie contingency
numbered ever 50,000 people, and these,
together with Gov. McTtinlcy'B admir
ers from ether part of the country,
Bwelled the crowd which gathered
at the Ohie state building te mammoth
proportions. Standing room en the
lawn was at a premium. Se dense was
the crowd that places of vantage were
nocured by many en the perches of ad
jacent state buildings. Every prepara
tion hed been mude and tbe exercises
were carried out without change of
At 10 o'cleok Gov. McKinlcy was
cscorted by Gen. Andersen and ether
members of the state commission from
his hetel te Ums west entrance of the
Midway Plalsance. Here the Third
and Fourteenth Ohie infantry and Bat
tery D were drawn up in line. The
governor, mounted and accompanied by
liis staff, rode at the head of the militia.
State officials, the commissioners and
ether prominent Ohie folks followed in
carriages. At the heed of the precession
was the Fourteenth Regiment band.
The line of march was south te admin
istration building and then north te
the Ohie building. Here the militia
drew up in line, and the speakers and
elllclals passed through te the speaker's
stand. After the Fourteenth Regiment
band had played, Rev. David Swing
offered prayer. W. W. Peabody, presi
dent of the. state beard, was the first
Bpeaker, nnd he welcomed the Ohie
people te the day's festivities in fit
ting words. Gov. McKlnley then rnade
ene of his characteristic bright
There is a monument standing en the
lawn of the Ohie grounds, grouped
around whieh are the illustrious sons
of the state. This monument was ded
icated by Gen. R. BrinkerheiT, of Mans
field, O., who was the next speaker.
He paid u gallant tribute te the heroes
who first saw light In the Buckeye
state. His speech was a masterly ef
fort. Addresses were also made by
Judge Samuel F. Hunt, of Cincinnati,
and Judge L. D. Theman, president of
the Ohie societies of Chicago.
At the conclusion of the interesting
exercises a general reception was given
Gov. McKinley, who steed in the main
parlor of the Btate building surrounded
by his staff and members of the com
mission. Thousands besieged the
building anxious te shake hands with
Qutetly nt Chlrnge With Five
Ciiicaoe, Sept 1& An a result of the
public spirit of one of Chicago's
wealthy citirens another educational
institution, destined te attain world
wide fame, wus launched en its career
of usefulness. Thursday morning. It is
the Armour institute, founded nnd en
dowed by the millionaire packer, and
its equlpment is already mere com
plete than thutef any ether technolog
ical institute in the country. In the
moehanical department ever twenty
five thousand dollars have been ex
pended for experimental and practical
instruments, and the size and equip
ment of the machine shop are suffi
cient for a 150-horse-power steum en
gine of the latest pattern.
The electrical department is even
mere complete, the equipment includ
ing fifteen dynamos and meters, all the
leading makes of incandescent trans
formers, and all kinds of representa
tive commercial apparatus, as well as
the latest instruments for the moasure measure
meut of resistance of currents and candle-powder
of lamps. With character
istic modesty the founder of the insti
tution insisted that it be inaugurated
quietly and without ostentation or
ceremony, nnd the 500 students who en
tered Thursday morning began their
studies us if the school had been open
A Iluatmnd's Teriible DtMHl.
Columbus, O., JSept. 15. Mrs."Mary
Cantlen. of,Fourth and Beeth streets,
lies in a critical condition at her home
from the affects of an assault commit
ted by her husband, Jehn. They quar
reled Thursday, and grabbing up a
large can filled with boiling starch he
poured the contents upon her head.
The sticky fluid glued Itself te her and
bubbled with heat while it burned into
her flesh, Mrs. Cantlen is frightfully
disfigured, and may die. In the midst
of her sufferings she sent for Cel. J. T.
Hemes, the well-known qtterney, and
Instructed him te institute divorce pro
ceedings at once. Her husband is an
Ulna Factories tn Start tJjj.
Pirrsnuneii, Pe., (Sept 15. Within
the next ten days twenty-two flint
plass factories throughout the country
will be in operation, after u shutdown
of nearly four months. They w,Ul give
employment te nearly 10,000 men. Te.
factories starting up will run en the'
partial payment, plan while the finan
cial stringency lnsts. Abou 50 per
cent of the money Is retained by the
empleyers. By October 1 it Is thought
fifty factories will be In operation.
Died of Hmnll-1'ex.
Muncik, Ind., Sept 15. Frank Ste
phens died of small-pox Thursduy,
making the third death out of about
seveuty cases. Thcre have been no
new cases for threo days, and the situa
tion is much brighter. The attempt of
ether towns te quarantine Muncle
people by ignoring health offlcers' cer
tificates was a failure. Ne Mitncie
people can leave the city without
proper credeutlals, and the state says
Our French 'uval VWitern.
Bosten, Mass., Sept. 15. The French
warships, Natedu, N lelly and Rigault
Degeneully, arrived here Wednesduy
afternoon. The Nniade is the flagship
of Rear Admiral Sallaudrouze De Lur Lur
tnenulx. The squadron will remain In
pert threo woeks. Already prepara
tions are being rnade for preper enter
tainment of the visitors.