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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1893.
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The receipts of cotton at Now Orleans
Tuesday and the aggregate receipts at all
points were the largest on record. The
number of bales received at Now Orleans
was 54,433, and the total was 83,572.
"A Republican triumph can bo
achieved if sufficient funds can bo had to
vieoroualv nrosecuto the campaign," said
tho Chairman of the Republican Stato
Committee in Ohio, in a private letter
some days ago. As the G. 0. P. organs
over there are now claiming 60,000 ma
jority for McKinley, tho committee must
have received big monoy.
THE SILVER PANIC
I deem it proper at tho outsot to stato
that the recent panic was not tho result
of overtrading, undue speculation, or tho
yiolation of business principles through
out tho country. In my judgment it is
to bo attributed to unwiso legislation
with respect to tho Silver question; it
will bo known in history as " tho Silver
panic," and will constitute a reproach
and an accusation against the common
sense if not tho common honesty of our
legislation who are responsible for our
present monetary laws. Observers abroad
and clear-headed financiers at home pre
dicted with absolute certainty tho disas
ters which have overtaken us, and no
great prophetic vision was required to
anticipate tho conditions which have so
recently prevailed throughout the Uni
ted States. (Charles S. Smith, (Rep.)
President Chamber of Commerce, in
North American Review).
BOARD OF EDUCATION.
Under the new city charter, tho next
Board of Education shall consist of twelve
Trustees, two from each ward. They
will be elected next Tuesday by the
voters of the city at largo. If tho peo
ple exercise good judgment, tho new
board will bo composed of intelligent,
capable men throughout. "Tho success
or failuro of our public schools," says tho
Winchester Democrat, "rests largely
with the Board of Trustees. It is their
duty to provide and keep in repair suita
ble buildings, employ teachers, provide
for the comfort and wollfarc of the chil
dren, manage tho finances and have gen
eral supervision over tho public educa
tional interests of the city. If the ad
ministration is honest, capable, intelli
gent and conservative, our schools will
continue to improve; otherwise the re
verse is sure to bo tho result.
"The mental, moral and physical training
of our children is at stake. Let us en
trust it only to thoso who aro competent
J. B. IIILES.
John Breckinridgo Hiles, the Dorao
cratic nominee for Representative from
Bracken County, was born at Wellsburg,
Bracken County, January 15, 1859. Ho
is tho son of Asa A. Hiles, a leading
farmer, merchant and tobacco dealer of
Bracken County, and is associated with
his father in tho leaf tobacco business at
Johnsville. Tho firm has a wide reputa
tion for fair dealing and honesty.
In 1885 ho was given tho Democratic
nomina'tion for County Assessor ono
week before tho election, to which office
he was elected by a handsome majority.
Ho served out tho term with great credit
and to tho satisfaction of all. October 0,
1880, on tho recommendation of ex
Senator James B. Beck, lie was ap
pointed a railroad postal clerk, and wris
assigned to duty. on. tho Cincinnati
Shortly afterwards ho was detailed as
Trip Report Clerk in tho Superintend
ent's office, Railway Mail Sorvico, at Cin
cinnati, and was tho last Democrat re
moved from that offico in 1889. Ho is
now President of tho Ex-Railway Mail
Clerks' Association, composed of 350 ox
mail clerks in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky
and Tennessee, removed by ox-Postmaster
General Wanamakor in violation of
civil sorvico rules. Up is a tried and true
Democrat, and will be elected by a hand
some majority over his opponent, who is
a rock-ribbed Republican.
OKS IT PAY XO FKHD WHEAT TO HOGS?
RlUor Jlulktln: I had 110 busbcU of wheat
ground and led to forty-two hogs. Thirty-two
of tho number when I commenced feeding
welshed 101 pounds per head; ten older hogs
102 pounds per head.
They gained on tho wlica( 1,814 pounds, which
at events per pound would glvo 8101.42 for tho
110 bushels of wheat fed. Yours Respectfully,
Jamfs 0. Cokd, Wedonta, Ky.
A Drop of 25 Per dent. From Octoh'or
of Last Year.
The total collections of internal rove
nuo in tho Seventh district for October.
Collector Shelby's first month, amounted
to $119,022.49, a loss of $44,940.04 over
tho corresponding month of last year.
This loss is accounted for, however, by tho
fact that no whisky has been forced out
of bond. Tho collections from July 1 to
October 31 show a gain of $85,895.01 over
the first four months of the Inst fiscal
The collections aro given as follows :
Lists S 007 86
Heer 83 25
Spirits M 115,584 50
Cigars 903 00
Tobacco 1,831 05
Special taxes .- 611 31
Total 8119,022 49
May Hake Goal Cheaper.
An important step that will result in
uncalculablo good to tho people of Cin
cinnati, St. Louis and other river ports
was taken by tho Chamber of Commerce
at Pittsburg Tuesday. Tho Rivers and
Harbors Committee made a report on tho
proposition to establish reservoirs and
slack-water dams alone the Ohio river.
The idea is to make a coal-boating stage
all the year around. The report was a
lungiuy unu, miu contained resolutions
that the Senators and Representatives
from Pennsylvania request that a clause
for a special appropriation of $10,000 bo
placed in tho Congressional Rivers and
Harbors bill to be presented this winter.
The money is to be used for a pre
liminary survey of the Ohio and Litt'o
Kanawha rivers for tho location of tho
deep water reservoirs. Copies of tho
report and resolutions wero ordered
forwarded to Cincinnati, St. Louis And
other cities, and that tho latter bo asked
to take tho subject up. It is estimated
that the reservoir can bo constructed for
$1,000,000 and tho water turned into tho
river to float coal at little expense. If
the scheme goes through coal will cost
considerably less at all points on tho
For the Farmer.
Winchester Sun: "John B. Embry,
agent for Nelson Morris, of Chicago,
bought of S. D. Goff 407 head of cattle,
average 1,600 pounds, 200 head at 5
cents, tho balance at a shade less per
pound ; of A. R. Sphar seventy-four head
of extra Christmas cattle, average 1,000
pounds, at 5 cents, and of Robert (iay
forty-five head, average 1,525 pounds, at
Breeders' Gazette: " Hog-killing times
is not far off, and it may just now be a
good time to say that nnv man who has
a job of this kind on his hands will save
time as well as worry, all of which means
money, by investing a dime in a ther
mometer, and then when it comes to
scalding the hogs see that tho tempera
ture is just about 180 degrees, which is
thirty-two degrees below tho boiling
point. This is just hot enough to make
the hair como off, but not so hot as to
" set " it, as is often done."
The World's Fair at Homo.
The attraction to bo presented at th,o
opera houso to-night is that funny
comedy, "Zeb," "a home-like picturo
framed in fun." Ono of tho principal
scenic effects is the World's Fair scene
which necessitates carrying 16,280 feet of
scenery. It will be a like-Tike picturo of
principal buildings and tho Midway
Plaisance, also representing the movable
sidewalk. In this sceho one can recall
many a pleasant hour, thoso that visited
Chicago,and thoso that did not will havo
a better chance of getting an idea of tho
magnificence and magnitude of tho
World's Pair buildings than by readinc
columns, as it will bo a reproduction on
canvas. Admission, 25, 35, 50 and 75
cents. Tickets at Nelson's.
Last of the Season.
Tho Chesapeake and Ohio Railway
will run its last excursion of the season
to Cincinnati on Sunday, November 5th;
tickets good returning November 5th, 6th
and 7th. This will give excursionists an
opportunity to combine business with
pleasure and at very low rates. Special
train will leave Maysvillo at 9:55 a. m.,
arriving at Cincinnati at 11:30 a. in.
Round trip rate only $1.25. Besides tho
star attractions at the different theatres,
tho German Military, Infantry and
Cavalry Band of Berlin, Germany, con
sisting of eighty pieces, now performing
at the World's Fair, will play at Cincin
nati Music Hall November 5th, 6th, 7th
Attorney Genoral Hendrick's Good
The Owcnsboro inquirer pays: "It
was Jack Hendrick's opinion that led to
the institution of tho suits against tho
Kentucky railroads for the back taxes.
As the recovery, according to tho man
dates of tho Court Of Appeals, will put
about $100,000 in tho Stato Treasury, it
will bo seen that Jack has been a very
profitable investment, and has paid for
himself many times over."
Death of 'Moses Dimmitt.
Mr. Moses S. Dimmitt lied yesterday
morning at 4 o'clock at tho homo of his
mother, Mrs. Mary Dimmitt, near Ber
nard, of consumption. Tho funeral will
occur Friday morning, November 3rd, at
10 o'clock, at tho family residence,
services by Rev. D. D. Chapin. Inter
ment in tho Maysvillo cemetery.
Deceased was about twenty years of age,
and had been ill since last spring.
A Child Enjoys
The pleasant flavor, gentle action and
soothing ollects of Syrup of Figs, when
in need of a laxative, and if tho father or
mother bo costive or bilious, tho most
gratifying results follow its use; so that it
is tho best family remedy known, and
every family should havo a bottle on
Oh, oystor, though a deep delight
Your rosy-tinted shells onfurl,
Your coming cau't console us quite
For parting with tho summer girl.
YoUf Liver $
Is tho Oriental salutation
knowing that good health
cannot exist without a
healthy Liver. When tho
liver ib torpid tho Bow
els aro sluggish and con
stipated, the food lies
in the stomach undi-
gested, poisoning tho
lood; frequent headacho
ensues; & feeling of lassi
tude, despondency and
fief Vousness indicate I1017
the vrhole system is de
ranged. Simmons Liver
.Regulator has been thd
means of restoring mord
Eeople to health and
appiness by giving them
a healthy Liver than any
agency Known on earth.
It acts with extraor
dinary power and efficacy.
RrY- R- O- Wilder, Princeton, N. j.,sayi:
"I find nothing helps so much to keep me la
working condition as Simmons Liver Regulator."
6ce that you get the Genuine,
with red 2 on root of wrapper.
PRSPARBO ONLY BT
a. H. ZEJXIN & CO.. riUl&dclehla, Fa.
WE aro authorized to announce WILLIAM
n. COX as a candldato for Mayor ol tho
City of Maysvillo at tho approaching November
E fro authorized to announce JOHN T.
MARTIN as n candidate for Mavor of tho
City of Maysvillo at tho approaching November
FOR CHIEF OF POLICE.
E aro authorized to announce E. W. FITZ
GERALD as a candidate for Chief of Police
of the city of Maysvillo at tho approaching No
WE aro authorized to announco DOUGLAS P.
OUT as a candldato for tho office of Chief of
Police at tho November election, 1893.
FOR POLICE JUDGE.
IxrEaro authorized to announco TIIOMAS A.
VV RE3FE3S as a candidate for Police Judge
at tho approaching November election.
WE are authorized to announco E. E. PEARCE
as a candidate for Police Judge of tho City
of Maysvillo, at the November election, 1893.
WE are authorized to announce A. A. WADS
WORTII as a candidate for Police Judgo of
tho City of Maysvllle, at tho election, Novem
"lITEare authorized to announce 'Squire JOHN
VV L. GRANT as a candidate for Police Judgo
of tho city of Maysvillo at the November elec
FOR CITY TREASURER.
WE aro authorized to announce JAMES W.
FITZGERALD as a candidate for City Treas
urer at the ensuing November election.
FOR CITY CLERK.
WE aro authorized to announco C. E. BROSEE
as a candidate for the office of City Clerk at
tho approaching November election.
WE are authorized to announce MARTIN A.
O'HAREas a candtdaato for City Clerk at
WE are authorized to aunouuee C D. SHEP
ARD as a candidate for re-election as City
Assessor at tho ensulug November election.
WE are authorized to announce JOIINB.ORR,
JR.. as a candidate for City Assessor at tho
approaching November election.
WE are authorized to announce SAMUEL O.
PORTER as a candidate for City Assessor at
the approaching November election.
WE are authorized to announce I. M. LANE
as a candidate for Councilman in the First
ward, at the approaching city election.
WE aro authorized to announco C. D. RUS
SELL as a candidate for Councilman in tho
First Ward at the approaching November elec
E are authorized to announco J. D. DYE, as
a candidate for Councilman, in the First
WE aro authorized to announco C. B. PEARCE,
JR., as a candidate for re-election to tho
City Council from tho Second ward, at tho ap
WE are authorized to announco GEORGE C.
KEITH as a candidate for Councilman In
Second ward, at the approaching November elec
tion. WE are authorized to announco F. II. TR AXEL
as a candidate for Councilman in tho Third
ward, at tho approaching election.
TTTfE aro authorized to announce GEO. FLEM
VY ING as a candidate for Councilman, In tho
Fifth ward, at tho approaching election.
"rE are authorized to announco JOHN n.
VV HALL as u candidate for Councilman in
Fifth ward at tho approaching city election.
WE are authorized to annouueo 8. A. PIPER
as a candidate for Councilman in the Sixth
WE aro authorized to announco ROBERT
F1CKLIN as a candldato for Councilman in
tho Fourth ward, at tho approaching city elec
At a meeting of tho City Council held August
!5, 1893, tho following wero designated as the vot
ing places for municipal election to bo held
Tuesday. November 7, 1893 :
First ward Swelgart house, Second nnd Short
Second Ward Mayor's office, Court street.
Third Ward D. Fitzgerald's shop, Market
Fourth Ward Lowry's shop, Fourth nnd Plum.
Fifth Ward Conrad' houso, Second street.
Sixth Ward Reuben Hum's residence, Second
street. MARTIN A. O'HARK, City Clerk.
OUNDL. F. T. badge. Samo will bo deliv
ered to owner at at. jamos iioici. ocusu-3t
STRAYED Monday afternoon, from homo of
CHARLES BALL, a small dark brown rat ter
rier dog. Return to 701 East Second street.
Wo have received onr stdclc of Fall and "Winter Cloaks,
for Ladles, Blisses and Children, and tlioy aro now ready for
inspection. They aro new and beautiful In design and per.
feet In lit. Outline of
will be found very complete. Wo are showing all tiie ntiw ?
shades and weaves. p
Wo are also ready wltii our line of Ladles',' Gehtlciricn'g g
and Children's underwear In
BROWNING & CO.,
51 EAST SECOND STREET.
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TLZLJ TA.HIFF BILL I
It is hard to foretell
if the Tariff Reform hill will pass the
House or not, but it is easy to tell that the Misfit Clothing Parlor
is the Leadorof low prices and the firm
sells perfect goods at
PRICES LOWER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN TOWN.
THE IIISFIT CLOTHING PARLOR, 128 3TARKET ST.
POWER & REYNOLDS,
NEXT DOOR TO THE
And : Cheaper : Cycles!
REDUCTION IN PRICE
Peacock Coal 9e
TERMS, : : : : : : : CASE!
Thursday Evening, ftbv. 2.
The comedy success,
Sixteen thousand two hundred and thirty feet
of special scenery carried for ono act alone. Not
ono old, worn-out effect used. Scenic and me
chanical effects. Tho Movable Sidewalk I Tho
Natural Gas Scene I Tho Blowing up of tho
Safe! Tho Stablo Fire."
THE CELEBRATED ZEB QUARTETTE.
Every feature prcsente'd as advertised. Re
served seats now on salo at Nelson's. Trices 25,
35, 50 and 75 cents.
I will on Saturday. November 11, 1893, at 10
o'clock a. m., on the premises, two miles
this sldo of Maysllck, sell to tho highest
bidder my personal property, consisting of
horses, cows, ndg8 and sled, wagon, buggy and
other utensils too numerous to mention. Also
locust posts. MARTIN MORRIS.
21d9t By J. Laytbam.
V. ZWEIGAKT, JR.,
DAILY MEAT MARKET.
Comer ol Ssoond and Sutton Street,
all grades, from 25 cents up.
New Sorghum, per gal 40
New Syrup, per gal 40
New Maccaronl, per pound 10
New Imported l"runes, per pound 10
New Raisins, per pound 10
New Buckwheat, per package 10
Now Hominy, per quart 5
New Beans, per quart 10
New small shoulders, per pound 10
New Honey, per pound 12
New Rice, per nound... j
New Dried Apricots, per pound. lf '
New Canned Teas, per can, 10, 12& 15 and...207
Now Pickles, (in vinegar), per hundred 40
Six pounds best new Oatmeal , 25
Finest now New York Chesse.
WHEN YOU WISH ANYTHING GOOD TO EAT,
CALL ON US.
HILL & CO.,
Tho partnership hcretoforo existing between
Ernlo Whlto, Leo Haucko and 0. T. Hilleary has
been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. C. T. nil-lcarv-
having wlthdrawu from samo. The business
of tho Red Skin Tobacco Factory will bo contin
ued by Whlto & Haucko, who aro authorized
to collect all debts, and who will meet all llabll
Itles of tho Arm as White, Haucks & Co'.
, t C. T. HILLEARY.
Maysvillo, Ky September 29, 1893. SOdtf
The Noted Scientific and Practical
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on FRIDAY nnd SATURDAY, November 10
nnd nth instant No ono should miss tho op
portunity of securing proper glasses from him.
Examination and test of vision FREE.
Will call at your homo In tho city if so desired.
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PJIYSICUN A"ND SMGE0N.
Office Hours 7to9n.m.,lto8p.m.,7to0p.m.
Offico, No, 84 Eccond 8t.,lato Dr. Holton's office.
REDUCTION IN COALI
Just contracted for an lnvolco of first quality
Fomcroy Coal, which wo offer at 1 cents, per
bushel in tho yard. Cash must accompany
each purchase. Coal charged on tho books
nnd dollvercd, extra. . ,
2dlm DODS6N & FRAZEE.
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