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HL - I- j$? t - '$$ n' S& 3'1 &' &.. mm, ''nHUi maWKii JHnu ' '.vjMKi IJttMfc FIRST; YEAR. Ss UUR(T n' i4Av KMT O .SOAP CERTIFICATE , -?y XIAMM&t KENTUCKY WEATHER REPORT. What We May Expect Between This Time ami Te-morrow Evening. U. S. Weather Bureau. ) Washington. D. C, Mey 4 1892. Special te Tub Public Leddkii. Fair and slightly cooler in the West. CJfThe above forecast tire mntle for a period of thlrty-slx hours, cmllutr ut 8 o'clock te-morrow evcnliik'. TliO band It pluycd Its very best As down tlie street It went tbe chnps that followed In the rear, clothed In prlp sneks. smiles nod feathers, were a Jelly crew of Knights Tcmplnrs who went te Cov ington ut 0:A1 this nieinliiK. perdenaP Menfier. "v tST" unit hatefrlnuU vMtlne wen, or ( you are going airnyiina.vMt, pUve tlri us a note te that tffect. Mrs. Dr. Cook of Millersburg wtis in tlie city yesterday. Mrs. Dr. Wallincferd of Mt. Cnrmcl was in the city yestenliiy. Misses Sudie nnd Mury Fex of Maysllck were in the city yesterday. Mrs. Scott Osberne nnd daughter of Tuckahoe were in the city yesterday. Miss Daisy McCullough of Oxford, 0., is visiting Miss Mary Yeung Hegnn. C. Burgess Tayler gees te Mt. Olivet this nftorneon en insurance business. Harry Scbatzmann has returned from a successful business trip through Ohie. Mrs. Themas P. Hepper wlfe of Mays lick's Postmaster was here yesterday. fgr w . x ii it "Stjft Mrs. Dr. Dimmitt of Germnntewn is Jp' visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. II. &Wnll. .iiffltp L. G. Strode of Fayette county is en n ;M';vWt te his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. T. vywasifi .wie. Mr. Mills, vlfe and daughter of Chicago ;$re visiting the family of Jehn N. Themas. 'v-W.H. L.. Owens of Louisville arrived sthls morning te attend the funeral of his 4 brother Lud well Oweus. The new Railroad Commisieners will itake held of their elllcu en the 27th iust. ' Mike Hahdiman, fermerly of this city, Wis new proprietor of the Jehnsen Heuso, 'Paris. James Pence, ii highly respected citi- 'iiTen of Franklin ceuntv. died Mendnv. "At ed89. w- rf. . K fT.mf. iliin.i.iiin (tntinlnnn f.nm TT,.1n . JLI1U3E. UIUU1UJ, JfUUOIUlia 11UU1 UllUiU ,.Snm will receive their quarterly allow ance the latter part of the week. :y," lUKKAU OMHII "US HIIUSIVU UUU (JllllXU 7in jau tins morning uy uonsinnie w . jj. eJ -Dawsen for stealing some repe elt Wor- !i maid's cenl beats. 31. C. IIutciiins as agent for William Bprocmberg has sold te Mrs. Mary 0. Pptts twoTesiderices onCemmcrco street, airtu word, fersa.uw, K . i rz fl vk, J. e. iienEVNOLDs ei Touti county jr.uuu ui, e. ii. iiiaiuuwa ui uuiueviuu have been nppemteu memuers e: tne t'fltntA Ttnnril of llnnltli hv Onrnrnnr jii'Brewn. Al fr... Tab Lkdeeii Is doing very well. thank .v u rrA fnr n mnntli.nbl mili1lr.nf Inn Til- ,, the time It Is six months old lis subscrip .. '" tlQn list will surprise Its rae&t oaugulne 7frlad8! . . ' Reghr Cevnk was riding en a handcar iieH tbe" L vand. JX, near Walten, when he jwtremw ob. a ireigm train auu get me vwtt,'' ue bow sum. the luureau ly.fgJaMJ11 N9l Jkj't & . limn UMiii in i i MAYSVILLE, KY., - Dn. Jehn II. Gunkel, ii prominent physician of Newport, died en Monday. Themas Wem.s is having handsome ' free-stone pavements laid around his Third street residence. Mits. Newton Ingham, who was taken very ill at her home in tlie Sixth Ward Sunday, is improving slowly. Aitniuit Lkenahd and Miss Leuie Sullivan were married at Aberdeen hist Monday. Beth live in this city. CoureitAi, Petrh Pewem., stationed with his dempnny at Fert Themas, Ivy., has been discharged from the U. S.' Annv. Isaac Medcalke, colored, was shot in the neck and fatnlly injured by Edward Miller at a church meeting ne.ar llopkins llepkins ville. Mks. Annie Reusii, probably the eldest woman in the Ohie Valley, died near Huntington, W. Va.,a few days age at the age of 100. I - II n The Centennial of Kentucky's admis sion into the Union will be celebrated in June as three Kentucky cities, Louisville, Lexington and Maysville. M. Workman of Catlettsburg was shot and killed by a man named Statibury at Morgan. W. Vn ever a trivial mutter. Beth panics were lumbermen. The largest crowd ever in attendance at the Kentucky Association race course was present last Monday. It is estnuntcd thnt there were 5,000 spectators. The electric lighting of the Sixth Ward is delayed only en account of the non arrival of the lamp-poles. They were shipped from Michigan April 20th. At one time yesterday afternoon two street cars were oft" the track at tlie Post Pest Post elllco curve. There was some delay, but the trouble has new been remedied. The Gangers began weighing whisky Monday, and se far as we have been able te learn they think it will be preferable te the old plan when they get the hang of It. Jeseph Mksker, a resident of Cov ington, was gaffed in the calf of the leg by a game rooster about two weeks age, and en Monday died from bleed poisoning. Cincinnati is te have a sixth bridge across the Ohie. The Secretary of War has approved the plans, witli the under standing that the channel span is te be 850 feet long Instead of 730 as nt first pro posed. The congregation of the Bethel Baptist Church, colored, of this city has sent a petitien te Hen. Themas II. Pnynter, ask ing that the World's Fair appropriation bill be passed by Congress with the Sun day closing string attached te It. Mrs. Maegie Robinson, wife of F. R. Robinson, colored, died en Monday at 0 p. m., of consumption. Funeral tills afternoon nt 2 o'clock from the Scott M. E. Church, Fourth street, services by Rev. A. McDade. Deceased was a mem ber of this church. Nearly two hundrpd of the empleyes of the L. and N. and Kentucky Central Railroads went out en n strike nt Coving ton. Friday their wages were reduced from $1 85 te $1 25 per day, although they intended te ask an iucrease of wages May 1st. Of course the Mclviiiley bill did it. Maggie Crenin of Newpert was a pretty girl in her teens six years age. She ran away with Mlke Ryan, a Cincin nati contractor, who hed sonie money of his own and n geed deal that belonged te ether people They went te Canada, and Maggie's health is se broken thnt she has ceme home te die, leaving Ryan, she won't tell where. Dr. Fjiazre, Masen county's Repro Repre Repro sentntivo. voted te tabic the resolution for the expulsion of the correspondent of The Louisville Times from the Heuso be cause of some criticism that appeared in that paper. The Docter is generally en the right side when it comes, te matters of this sort; but,, eh Lerdyl what a Demo crat he Isl Henrv Ready, colored, and Frank Boll Bell man, a German, wero employed en the farm of Valentine Hunz, near Anchorge. Bccause of frequent quarrels between the men, the proprietor dlechrrged Ready, who secmed te have an uncontrollable temper, Bome days following Ready tanked up and returned, wlieu the Ger man ordered him away. vIIe replied by drawing a pistol-and killing -Belluian, tkMMkliir.kii'MMWv' U u..i -i ',,: !vr,-r 'i; ,.ll ,v r. . . :&Mmr t f . ik $!& idse) AW 1 1 - -. wsw inc. &'jwJk mr " A k iUTT- X I WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 184)2. LEFT TO-DAY FOR COVINGTON. Kester of Maysville Knights Templars Who ure Attendinz the Conclave. The following Knights Templars of this city left for Covington this morning te attend tlie annual conclave of the Grand Cetninatidery of Kentucky, which is in session in that city: W. LnRue Themas, Goe. W. Rogers, F. S. OWens, J. L. Browning, James Hellin, R. L. Browning, M. C. Russell. J. C. Owens, U. R. Bierbower, L. C. Blntterman, Thes. A. Keith, S. Pangburn, A. Sehneffer, E. A. Robiusen. G. S. Wall, J. C. Level, J. W. Alexander. A. E. Cele. In addition about lift members of Maysville Ne. 10, living at ether points, will be present. Captain Jumes Uetlin nnd Jehn A. Newell went down yesterday te decorate the headquarters and get things in readi ness.' Several of the Sir Knights were accom panied by their ladies. Colonel Blntterman get there somewhat in advance of his shoulder-straps. Maysville headquurters will be at 523 Madisen avenue. Bern te Mr. and Mrs. Jeseph Dragee of Charleston Bettem, yesterday, a girl. All parties are doing well. A large sized delegation of students from Georgetown College attended the sessions of the Legislature Monday. .tyv.'IVW".WkA.wl ugyvvyYY-vYV Yeu want an advertise ment in Friday's impression of the public ledger I It will contain a couple of FAC-SIMILE documents that will be curiously in teresting', and a forge edition will be printed. tAAJtt,M rrr'trwrrrrrsrwi The Kentucky delegates te the Na tional Republican ConventieiKwill proba bly go te Minneapolis by n special train, which will leave Louisville in time te reach there ene day bofero the Conven tion nssctnblcs. The Victeria Hetel, where their headquarters will be, Is but a short distance from the Convention Hall. The Falmouth Accomedation will be taken off the Kentucky Central Read next Sunday. In its stead the Middles borough through train will reach Coving ton daily at 7:30 a. m. and will leave Covington at 4 p. m. The L.' and N. time table will nlse be changed Sunday, when the summer schedule will go into effect, which includes the running of Sunday trains The Governer hns appointed Hen. Garrett S. Wall of this city, Jnmcs P. Uarbcsen of Flcmingsburg, S. C. Bnscem of Owingsvllle, nnd Laban T. Moero of Catlettsburg, delegates te represent the Ninth District of Kentucky at a cenven tien of the states at St. Leuis, June 2d, te consider the feasibility and importanceof the ship cnnnl in Nicaragua, and te mom mem mom erlnlizo Congress te make a sultable ap propriation te complete the work nnd glve this Natien the controlling Interest in it, betli as an advautage in commerce or war. The following Is from The Ladies' Heme Journal-. Many poeplo who would recoil with horror from cutting a human crea ture's threat, which really dees net hurt very much and only last a mom'ent, mur mur der a woman's geed name without ro re ro merso or compunction; and that hurts werse than death for a llfc-tlme. It is a moanercrimo than murder. We cry out, and rightly, tee, against the sensational and depraving habit of making heroes of robbers and cut-threats, It Is a horrl herrl horrl bie thing te de. And yet I have less of hatred nnd loathing for the lato,Josse James than I have for some people who have never been convicted of a capital crime, but whose tongues we knew are worse thaa any knife that ever, severed a ktttnan- Jugular. 11 IX i i i . . )'BMJ ' BgHIIKL. ..m fc .,. . J . .n-AUBBaKan. 1. - it.KAUr.WC. IL.1. ..u-n fr ..U.UfTl . Vl.ffl, TTiMin rrr t mrr TtiiTirMininTri mmiimt-ii .nvMc.rWHnaB&. v. : Ceijer ONE CENT. The Georgetown water-works and electric light plants have brcn sold for debt. MM AnocTeno thousand young rock salmon have been placed in Stener creek nt Paris. The famous Crab Orchard Springs wns formally opened ns a Keeley Sanitarium Monday night. Emile Frey nnd wife cntne up from Cincinnati yesterday with the remains of their tcn-months-eld child. Mrs. Samuel M. Bauer and her six-tecn-months-eld son were fatally burned by the explosion of a gasoline steve in Louisville. The steamer Telegraph has lowered the record. She mndc the last run from Cincinnati te Pomeroy in 19 hours nnd 7 minutes. Bill Bar'tley, colored, Is in Jail at Stanten for protection from a mob at Clay City, at which place he assaulted a white girl. You'll surely net be "in it" if you de net have your Advertisement in " The Pub lic Ledger's" big edition en Friday. A gentleman from Carlisle said that a thousand copies ought te be sold in that town alone. ftSHand in your copy net later than 6 o'clock en Thursday evening. Heciiineer & Ce. receive orders from fnr-eff Flerida for their custom-tailor suits. They will this week ship one te Kissimmee. There was a freight wreck en the Louisville Southern near Versailles yes terday, and Jesse Allen, brakemau, aged 28, was killed; Policeman Themas Beyle of Shelby vllle accidentally shot himself in the leg night before last while attempting te arrest some negrees. Representative Themas II. Paynter was back in his seat in the Heuse of Representatives Monday morning after n visit te his home in Greenup, i i Rebert B. Owens has favored us with a glimpse or The Kentuckv Flag, date March 8th. 1848. It was printed by Pike & Helmes the well-known Samuel Pike. The Republicans of Pendleton county held a convention at Falmouth Monday and nominated candidates for Circuit Clerk and Sheriff. Let Masen county Republicans fellow this geed example. The ladies of the M. E. Church gnve a supper ut II. C. Smith's en Beene strcet last evening. A gentlemnn who was there urged the only complaint we have heard they gave tee much for the money. Dr. U. K. A damson is in attendance en the State Medical Convention in Louis ville. The Docter says he would like te invite the Association te held its next meeting in Maysville If we only had suf ficient hotel accommodations a need that we must nil recognize Our valued contemperarj, The Coo Ceo Coe inglon Commonwealth, has been incorpor ated with a capital of f 50,000. The plant is te be greatly enlarged and improved. Colonel L. E. Casey will remain at the head of the paper; and The Ledger wishes the Colonel and his colleagues a big slice of the public patronage mi i m m - While visiting her daughters, Mrs. Perry White and Mrs. Esom Burgin of Richmond, Mrs. Margaret Wilsen of Shelbyville, wife of the late Travis Wil Wil eon, died at the home of Mrs. Burgin, in the 85th year of her age. Her remains were sent te Sholbyvllle for interment. Deceased was a cousin of James J). Ends, builder of the St. Leuis bridge, aud a grent granddaughter of Abcrcromble, the historian. - Alra Ueywoed in his Impersonations, showed rcmarkable versatility, frce from vulgarity or anything approaching con ventionality, says The Matsillen (O.) Inde pendent. Anna Mlller'B violin sole wen a well deserved encore. Miss Millerlsa graceful appearing young lady, and pro voked unbounded enthusiasm. Mr, lloy lley lloy weod and his excellent company will appear at .Washington Qperaheuee FrI day 'evening. Tickets for said a't Nel , AX.. A A , . C- THE MASON CHtCUlT COURT. Gleanings Frem Late Yesterday's ami Early Te-Day's Decket. In the Tollc-Ceoper case the attorneys for Cooper made a motion 'and filed grounds for n new trial. William English wns adjudged a lunntic and will he sent te the Asylum. In the suit of Masen County vs. C. C. Dcgman nnd the Cabin Creek nnd Spring dale Turnpike Company, judgment was rendered ngalnst C. C. Dcgman for $375. It wns a contest ever the length of the read, and Mr. Dcgman, who wns Presi dent of the company collected the county money upon the report of the men whom the county sent, out te measure It. Sub sequently it'was claimed that the county had paid for tee much turnpike; hence the suit. It is proper te state that Mr. Degman, Individual!', did net get a cent of the money, it all going te the treasury of the Turnpike Company. The case will be appealed. As announced in yesterday's Ledger the court adjourned until Friday morn ing, out of compliment te Judge Cele, who is new attending the K. T. conclave at Covington. The Puhlic Ledger is a month old to day. . . Louisville needs a larger children's hospital. i m i . The Maysville Distilleries we under stand will shut down about June 1st. The regular monthly meeting of the City Council will be held te-morrow night. Ashland new charges itinerant doctors 100 n day for experimenting en the Ills of her citizens. Pierce B. Green, son of Themns M. Green, , is new living in Albuquerque, New Mexico. We don't want our neighborhood cor respondents te be afraid of sending in their Items tee often. W. B. Tomlinson, femerly of Ripley, lacr of Irenton, is new a resident of Huntington, W. Vn. The danger signal has been replaced by a new and substantial gutter-crossing nt Third and Market streets. The indications are that quite a crowd will go en the excursion te Cincinnati Sunday by the St. Laurence. i m m Over 85,000 wertli of fine colts were burned te death in the fire at Fair Lawn Stock Farm near Lexington Louisville had two murders in Janu ary, four in February and three in Mnrch, making nine murders in three months. Ui te the time of going te press no street cars had jumped the track this menlng at the corner of Third and Market. The business houses occupied by Geerge Eitel and Geerge W. Chllds, en Market street, have been treated te a coat of paint. The case of G. L. Marvin, Administra tor of Marien Wilsen, deceased, against the Maysville Street Railway Cempnny for sfsO.OCO damages, will come up for trial in the United States Court, Cov ington, May 3d. m ' ' Miss Mary M. Richeson yesterday transferred te Postmaster Davis all the stamps and public property of the Chester Postefllce, taking receipts in triplicate It is scarcely necessary te say that Miss Richcsen's accounts were correct te a cent. Dr. R. Goldstein, the celebrated Lou isville Optician, after an nbsence of two years has returned te our city, and has Ids office at Miss Nancy Wilsen's en Second street below Wall, where he will remain ten days. These needing his services enn consult him. Spectacles and eyeglasses fitted te all conditions of sight. S. P. Deatly, a prominent Oddfellew of Tollesboro Ledge, whose serious Ill ness is noted in enr correspondence else where, died early this morning at his home near Tollesboro. He was a brother-in-law of W. W. Ball of this city, his first wlfe belug a sister of Mr. Ball. His second wlfe was a daughter of Charles Ceryell of this county. He leaves a widow and soveral small children. Mr. Deatly was a geed citizen, whose less will be keenly felt. Jeski'H Meran was tried In the Mayer's Court yesterday and dismissed en a charge of carrying concealed weapons. Meran, it will be remembered shot at Edward Jeffersen, a colored man, en Market street last Sundays night. Out of seven or eight witnesses, only one swore he had the pistol concealed. It is claimed thnt the gun was leaded with blank catridges which accounts for the fact that no ene was hurt. Ludwell Owens, whose death was noticed briefly In yesterday's Ledger, wa3 03 years of age. Mr. Owens was born and raised in Maysville. He leaves thrce children two boys, Charles B. and Rellio C, and ene daugbter, Lettlo. An only surviving brother is W. II. L. Owens of Louisville. The: funeral will take place from the reflldsee en East Second street Thursday ateraeen at 2 o'aleck, with serviMa by ; Mv. J. X. Wakkt " i . VDtL!- '' "l f " li ! - ' . 'i EXCLUSION. ;REnactinent for Ten .Years, of the Existing Law. New We Shall See Whether China Will iieiauaie or net. A 8uutur Sherman Vote Agalnit the mil lie Declares Hlmnelf 6ppeed te Trampling en the Treutjr Fif teen Scnnteni Vete .Ne. Washington, May 4. The conference report en the Chines exclusion bill was laid before the semite Tuesday. As agreed upon the bill is practically a re enactment for ten years of. tlie existing law, with the following additional pro pre pro viseons: Ne Chinese person is te be released , en ball pending action en a writ of habeas corpus. All Chinese lAberers new iu the United States are te be compelled te obtain registration cer tificates, nnd all persons ether than lnberers may apply for Bitch certificate, for which no charge Ls te be made. This feature of the law Is te be carried out under the direction of the Internal reve nue bureau of the treasury department. Forging certificates will be punished by imprisonment for five years. Chl nese persons who attempt te come Inte the country unlawfully will be im prisoned for one year and then remand ed te 'China. As seen as it was read, Mr. Sherman Mnted thnt, although n member of the conference committee, he had net been able te sign the report. He was very willing te previde any necessary legisla tion for the restriction of Chinese labor, nnd thought that the senate bill had done he very broadly. These who be lieved that the United States had n right U trample en the treaty and te disre gard It, might vote for the conference report without compunction; but, for his part, he did net feel at liberty te de se. A vote was taken und the conference report was agreed te yeas.30, nays 15 as follews: Yens Messrs. Allen. Allisen. Chan dler, Ceelcrell, Cullem, Delph. Felten, Callinger, Germun. Ilnnsbrengh, Har ris, Hlseeelc. Jene (Ark.), McPherson, Mitchell, Morgan. Pfeffer, Perkins, Power, Ransom. Sanders. Shoup. Squire, Stanford. Stewart, Stockbridge, Vest, Walthall, Wurren and White U0. Nays Messrs. Bate, Cull, Colquitt, ' Dawes, Dixen, Fryc. Geerge, Gray, Higglns, Kyle, Palmer, Plntt, Pugh, Sherman and Wilsen 15. SELLING OUT. Vlre-l'rellcnt Morten UUpesinf; of Very Vh1u1I NewV nrk Ilal.Eitate. New Yer.K, May 4. Vice-President Levi P. Morten's recent large sales of real estate have caused political gossips te say that Mr. Morten was going te buy mere property in Washington, where he owns the Shoreham heteL A Liberty street real estate man said Tuesday: "Mr. Morten has just sold the Shastcy property, en Fifty-third street, for $220,000. ne bought it as an accom modation, and held it less than three years. His last big sale was that par eel of lets near One Hundred and Eighty-fifth street, which was sold te the Merganthaler syndicate for $750, 000. He made n very large profit en that. I don't believe that Mr. Morten is investing money in Washington prop erty." AVorne Thnn Ilumlng nt the Stnke. Londen, May 4. The Standard's cor respondent at Shanghai says: ,"(Jno of the chiefs who took a prominent part in the Cheyang rebellion was recently captured, and was brought teTienTsln, a city seventy miles from Pckin, te be tried. He wns found guilty, and, as a warning te all theso who rebelled against the government, he was ordered ' te be executed in a most horrible and agonizing manner. The sentence im posed upon the unfortunate wretch was that he be slowly sliced te death, and the awful punishment was inflicted in a pitiless manner." Murdered by l'nllee Inspector. '' New Yerk, May 4. Passengers en the steamer Yuinuri, which arrived here Tuesday from Cuba, bring the story of the murder of a wealthy Cuban planter, named Gonzales, by Pelice Inspector Hernandez, of Havana. It is alleged that the inspector induced the planter te accompany him te a lonely place in the suburbs of Havana, Hernnnder re turned alone and said lie nnd Gonzales had been attacked by brigands, who killed Gonzales. There were bleed stains en the clothing of the inspector,, and the friends of Gonzales secured his arrest. OH Tnukit Struck by Lightning. Brapferd, Pa., May 4. A terrific rain, storm passed ever this county Tuesday night. At Rixford an Iren tank, owned by the Tidewater Pipe Line Ce., con taining 28,000 barrels of oil, was struck by lightning and is new burning fierce ly. Twe wells and two small oil tanks at Mount Jcwett were struck and de stroyed. A benzine tank nt the Crescent Refining Ce., was struck, but the fire was extinguished with but slight dam- i age. Tlie Weather. Washington, May 4. Fer West Vlr? Hnla nnd Ohie Showers in the morn- ,. 1 l l i.i. i i u. i " X iiiff; luir nt uiguii iiiu.i ucvuiuiuk northwest; cooler Wednesday night. Fer Western Pennsylvania and West ern New Yerk Showers, followed by fair in the interior in the evening, southwest gale, cooler Wednesday night. A Crernsae. New Orleans, May 4. A crevasse oc curred seven miles below this city, ea(r i). i r icttn'8 vxinnne plantation, tu l.MAnl. la IK .t.i4 ,..lt.. AM.l A rtann FT'I.ama uivtwi a 1U .1.VV 1, uw tuiuiuvvp .wvtwt i la u uuvicuu m iruui. ui uiu vrean( imwi. I every effort is being made te elM it, , The location of the, crevase te dbetit , , one mne uoiew uw imwubi cuwiw -O, unme rHye ey. j i-uwnunK, ...... .y j vrat!,,,,tni IKSWJi::;;:;: t iHBSfc ("IUHpM .m- "V ' IKV V-'i " t -jeX ' ffe W5 LVI .,-! Mta m :iEt?5? 9$ ',19 111 .Si . XXA 4NmUXwk itlijIaMi ,t 'i3aBr;i? Jgjjp Wl 'viiiiHiiiiiiiia .w.i a vflE'juai r x iH.lByMrKiKu'fhiw .mSAi,. 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