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MiyM. j .w ,n.if w 'ppppiiii 'yjtifWi,y "' W". 5HVV " ' .1 1V " WA rtf DEfteGKS rri'. ' ti f :-4 r-V' ti.i WTt ssm' .- i Wh Li!V sstev' x' ' ''r, ;f & 4 stwsv.r ' - rytfSn SUNDAY, BY Jblic LEDGER CO. An. Cox. Tiiey" A. Davis, JYniiltnt VltfPrtrtiUnt. William H. WAPswennt, Jr., Secretary and Treaiurcr. TaeVas A. Davis, ..............JTfer and .Vanaw. 8AJtCKLT.niCKVAN,.J,tiSKornii(I.BeoM7-. SM.K.D Or J)IJlCTOXS. Vft lli ,n. cei , M.CBmru, A. M.J. CflfcgtN, W. II. Wadhwerth, Jr., Bwemar A. Davis. -W OFFICE Fub,lc L",T TuUding, Xe. It Eatt SUBSCMPT10XS-IXADYAXC. One Y-nr . . W 00 Six Sleuth..... - -. 1 &0 Thrw JIeiitli....................... 73 DELIVERED S i' CAEEIEE. ' IVr JlenCh .. . .. S3 CmU Payable te carrier at end el month. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason able and made known en application at the office. IN HOC SIGNO VINCES. A Werd te Republicans. The 7ieje of the party lies in the expansion of a stattcart Republican press. The ltejmb Itean tche reads or otherwise helps te sup pert a Democratic paper te the exclusion of one of his etcn jxtrty nexcspapers Is untrue te the Rejiublican cause. Unanimously subscribed te by the Rational Republican League. J. S. CLABKSON, President. A. B. HUMPHREY. Secretary. jmfrftAr I REPUBLICAN TICKET. Jt- FOK rilESIDENT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. TOR V1CE-PHESIDENT, WHITELAW HEID, Or NEW YOHK. FOR CONOHESS, JOHN P. MCCARTNEY, OF FLEMING COUNTY, FOB APPELLATE JUDOE, WILLIArM H. HOLT, ... OF MONTOOMEBY. " CinCCIT JUDGE, j , ' ANDREW M. J. COCHRAN, or MASON. , , COMMONWEALTH ATTOnNEY, W. A. BYRON, fjj5j -. ( or BRACKEN. K. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK, V ' ORLANDO P. COX, $3jB Or MAY8V1LLE. gPfK ren SB EMIT, jjpSf CHARLES W. WILLIAMS, 4 ?B Or MAYSLICK. X rOR CORONER, CHARLES n. NICHOLSON, K Or MAYSVILLE. vM VUBLIQ SPRAKXSO, Hen. Jehn P. McCartney, Republican candi dal for Congress, will spenk at the following plaeegand tljncs: Carlisle, Monday, October 10th, 1 o'clock p. m. VanceburK, Tuesday, October Ilth, at night. ToUcsbero, Wednesday, October 12tb, 2 o'clock p. m. Augusta, Saturday, October 13th, at night. Broekavlllo, Monday, Ooteber 17tb. Mt. Olivet, Tuesday, Ooteber 18th. Cyntblana, Wednesday, October 10th. Other nnnnlntments will be announced here- ' exter. Hen. Themas II, Paynter, Democratle can didate, Is respectfully Invited te be prosent and a preper division of time will be accorded. In 1800 the volume of wages paid te the empleyes engaged In the meat la dtutrles in Chicago amounted te the sum of 113,585,000. In 1800, daring the month of Sept em ber, the experts of sewing machines fre the United States te Cuba and Forts Rlee amounted in valpe te $11,571. The regtetratien eflleera are required te Mk eaefa person registering what 9ftHy 1m deelrw te afSliate with. If the jwtlwied rery properly tells the ques tiener te go te hndefi, that settles it, and the applicant i9 registered without aey further formality. It'snn insolent ques tion, te say the least of it, and it ought te be eliminated from the law, since the law itself provides that it need net be answered unless the applicant cheeses te de se. If a foreign peddler enters the corpo rate limits of Maysville with his pack of goods he is met by the City Marshal who demands a license fee from him, explaining at the same time that our merchants pay rent, county and muni cipal taxes, and that they must be pro tected, and the Free-trader shouts, Amen. Yet whea these same ferelgu peddlers seek te enter our National ports with great cargoes of manufactured goods, the same Free-trader would have them admitted free. Te ordinary individuals it would seem that if it is right in the first rase it is doubly se in the latter, or consistency has ceased te be that much vaunted Jewel. An illustration of the difference be tween a Free-trade editor whoa talking Free-trade and a Free-trade editor talk ing sense is given by the following ex tract from a Laber Day editorial in The Philadelphia Times, of which Colonel A. K. McClure is the editer: The cold facts are that the working classes In this country are se much bet ter oil than elsewhere that the working people of the old countries crowd every iramicrnnt ship te share In their prosper ity. The working people enjoy mere privileges and enjoy mere prosperity in this country than in any ether, and en joy them in greater measure new than at any former period. We wonder If Colonel McClure would have talked in this vein had he been given the chance te engage in joint de bate with Governer McKinley. In this connection The Ledger begs te remind The Bulletin that a great many editors write one way nnd vote another. Mr. Cleveland's record as a veteer of pension bills is no worse than the record of bis party. During the first session of the Fifty first (Republican) Democrats Congress 8S0 special and Pensions, pension bills were passed; during its second session 501 a total of 1,381. During the first ses slen of the Fifty-second (Democratic) Congress StVJ private pension bills were reported favorably by the Pension Bu reau te the Heuse Committee en Invalid Pensions, but only 135 were passed. That is te say, only about 13 per cent, of the deserving cases were favorably acted en by the Democratic Heuse. It is needless te say that all bills of this kind that did pa?s the Heuse were acted upon favorably by the Republican Son Sen ate, and were promptly signed by Presi dent Harrison. In the three years and a half of his administration President Harrison has signed 1,570 special pen sion bills and vetoed none. In the four years of Cleveland's administration he signed 1,216 bills of this kind and vetoed 521. It was in January, 1887, that Congress first passed what Is known as the " De pendent Pension bill," granting pen sions te every Union soldier who had served three months, and who had since, through no fault of his own, become de pendent for bis living en ethers. This bill President Cleveland promptly vetoed. Just twelve days before, the same Congress passed a bill granting a pension te every man who had served in the Mexican war, whether he had since become dependent or net. This bill President Cleveland promptly signed. The beneficiaries of the former bill lived mostly in the Northern states; the beneficiaries of the latter lived largely in the Southern states. It was a bill that would have pensioned Jeffersen Davis if he had been alive. Mr. Cleve land's signature of it proved that he was net opposed te pensions en princi ple, but only te pensions for Union veterans. This Is stilljhe attitude of Mr. Cleve land's party. The Charleston Netcs and Courier, the representative Cleve land organ In Seuth Carolina, recently printed the following In a leading edi edi eorial: We leek upon the Grand Army of the Republic as fair game upon all occasions. It ia an enemy ofthe Republic, for, what ever may have been its original purpose, it is new a huge muchine for bullying the country into contributions te its members. It is a menace te the North as well as te the Seuth. People of the North are gradually awaking te the fact of the injustice and iniquity of the enormous pensions, which buy the soldier vote and enrich the pension agents, and we have no fear of increasing their animosity by any thrust we may make at this grand army of beggars. The old soldiers are willing and anx ious te let the war issues rest Te thorn, all feeling of hostility ceased with the surrender at y Appomattox. But the Democratic party, by Its bitter and ran corous hostility toward them is making it impossible for any self-respecting veteran te vote the Democratle ticket. JOB PKINTINO neatly and quickly executed at The Public Ledicer Jeb Reems. CEREALS. Census Figures That Will Inter est the Farmers. An Iccrecse of About 323,000 Acres for the Decade in Area Doroted te Cerel A Decreane of 331,034 Acres la Wheat .The Statlitlcs Frem Michigan, Ohie, Kentucky, tvlicen- tin, Minnesota nd the Dakota j WAsnitfQTe:, Oct a The census V reau has issued a bulletin en cord ia, production In 1839 in Michigan, Ohie, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota and Seuth Da keta. It shows that In Michi gan the total area deveted te ce reals was 8,801,080 acres, of whleb 00, 305 were devoted te barley, 70,040 te buckwheat 004,507 te corn, 1,035,750 te eats, 140,740 te rye and 1,501,235 te wheat 1tTe product was 8,622,870 bushels of barley, 811,077 bushels of buckwheat 23,735,570 bushels of corn, 23,001,013 bushels of eats, 2,101,713 bush ols of rye and 34,771,171 bushels of wheat There was an increase of about 823,- 000 acres in the decade in the area de voted te cereals, except which there was a decrease of 321,024 acres in wheat In Ohie the total area devoted te cere als was 0,785,280 acres, producing 1,500, 014 bushels of borley, 103,633 bushels of bulk wheat 11,302,812 bushels of corn, 40,130,732 bushels of eats, 1,007,150 bush els of rye and 85,350,208 bushels of wheat Since 1870 there has been an increase of 935,000 aores in the area de voted te eats and rye, and a decrease of 807,000 acres ha the area devoted te bar ley, buckwheat corn and wheat In 1889 Kentucky hed 4,550,093 acres devoted te cereals as compared with 4,0(55,230 in 1879; product for the year 1689 Is given as 105,050 bushels of bar ley, 8,804 bushels of bulk wheat 2,000, 832 bushels of corn, 8,775,814 bushels of eats, 423,847 bushels of rye and 1,707,743 bushels of wheat There was an in crease of 241,000 acres in the area in eats and a doercase of 831,000 in the ether cereals. In Wisconsin the total area devoted te the cultivation of coreals in 18S9 was 4,310,003 acres, as compared with 4,327, 294 acres In 1879. Thore was an in crease of 270,579 acres in 1879. There was an increase of 270,570 acres in the area of barley, of 43,431 acres in bulk wheat of 10,048 acres in corn, of 071,554 acres in eats, and of 105,354 acres in rye. This total increase of 1,105,733 acres was, however, mera than oflsetby a de crease of the 1,204,000 acres or 01.81 per cent in the area in wheat The pro duct In 1SS0 was 15,550,873 bushels of wheat 1,004,178 bushels of bulk wheat S4.204.016 bushels of corn, 00,730,053 bushels of eats, 4,250,562 bushels of rye and 11,008,022 bushels of wheat In Minnesota the total area in cereals in 18S0 was 0,207,044 acres as compared with 4,234,187 acres in 1870. There was increase of 242,400 acres in the area in barley, of 15,413 acres in bulk wheat of 402,053 acres in corn. In twenty counties, principally in the southeast part of the state, there was a total decrease of 1,305,390 acres in the area in wheat The product in I860 is given as fellows in bushels: Barley, 0,100,053; buckwheat 231,705; corn, 24,090,440; eats, 40,055,701; rye, 1,252,003; wheat 52,300,247. In North Dakota the total area in cereals in 16S9 was 3,233,093 acres as compared with 100,505 acres in the cor responding portion of Dakota territory in 1870. There was an increase of 107,- 001 acres in the area in barley, of 114 acres in bulk wheat of 11,051 acres in corn, of 384,409 acres in eats, of 1,508 acres in rye and of 2,093,345 acres in wheat The product in 1SS9 in bushels is given as follews: Sarley, 1,509,107; buckwheat, 030; corn, 183,020: eats, 5, 700,204; rye, 2,708,109-, wheat, 20,888,453. In Seuth Dakota the total increase In 1889 was 8,101,004 acres, compared with 340,733 acres in the corresponding' por tion of Dakota Territory in 1879. There was an increase of 03,773 acres in bar ley, of 1,273 acres in buckwheat of o83, e83, 330 acres in corn, of 520,414 acres In eats, of 0,844 acres in rye and of 2,079,' 403 acres in wheat As in the case of North Dakota the production of cereals in 18S9 was considerably reduced by drought The product In bushels in 1889 is stated te be as follews: Barley, 902,005; buckwheat, 11,423; corn, 13, 152,003; eats, 7,400,849, rye, 85,183; wheat 10,541,138. lSlg Heys' Strike, Bellaire, Ol, Oct 0. One hundred and twenty boys employed in the Bell weld department of the Riverside Iren Works, Bonwoed, W. Va., are out en a strike because Manager Richard Weeds discharged Jehn Devine for net holding melds in the right position. 'Three hundred empleyes are new idle. Keely Cure Te Slucb for Him. Cihcaoe, Oct C Jehn M. Mean of SlouxCltytIewa,a former member of the Nebraska legislature irem Dakota ceunty,dled in this city Tuesday at the Grand institute, one of the branches of the. Ecely .institute. Ills death was sudden and followed long nervous suffer ing. A S10O.0O0 Fire. Richmond, Ind., Oct 0, The NUcen paper mills burned early Wednesday morning. Less en stock, machinery and building almost total, aggregating $100,000. The insurance is Insufficient te cover the less. The fire is attributed te spontaneous combustion. Cel. James II. Klee Dead. Indianafeus, Ind., Oct 8. The death of. Cel. James IL Rice, ex-auditor of the state, occurred at the Grand ho tel here Wednesday morning. He was one of the best known politicians In the country. Mlneri' btrlke. Macen, Ma, Oct a The miners in the Kansas and Texas, the Loemls and the Watsen mines ha7e struck for twenty-five cents per day Increase in wages. They new receive 11.75 per day. The operators have as yet taken no action. 4 AXHOUiraXMSNTB. rait Arrr.t.t.AiB jutmn. We nre initlierliecl te hnnonnce Judge W, H. HOLT ns a carullilnte rer ro-clcctlen as Jurise or, the Court or Appeals ut the November election, 1PW. reit siiEiurr. Wc nre nuthorlzed te nnnounce J. C. JEK FKHSON ns the Deraocrntle cundldnte Ter Sheriff of Mnsen county nt the election te be held Tuisdttr. November tith 1V. roil MAYOIt. We nre nuthorlzed te nnnounce K. 15. 1'EAHCK. Jr.. ns u cnndldutu for ru-olcctlen te the olllce of Mayer ntthe ensulnif election for my e nicers. FOR CITY MARSHAL. ' We nre authorized te nnnounce M. R. Mc- KRLLU1' ns n candldiite for City Mitrsbnl ut the ensuing Jnnuury olcctlen. We nre authorized te nnnounce E. W. K1TZ GEKALD ns a cundldnte for Mnrerml nt the ensuing city election. We nre nuthorlzed te nnnounce JOHN W. ALEXANDER ns a cnndldate for City Marshal nt the ensuing January election. We nre authorized te nnnounce JOHN V. DAY ns u candidate for City Mnrshnl nt the ensuing January election. We nre authorized te nnnounce JAMES IIEDMOND ns a cnndldnte for City Marshal nt the enBUlng January election. FOIt CITY CI.F.rtK. We nre authorized te nnnounce HAKHV C. McDOUOLE as n cnndldnte ter City Clerk nt the ensuing January election. We nre authorized te nnnounce MAUTIN A. O'HAHE as n candidate ter re-election te the ofllce of City Clerk at the ensuing city elec tion. ren ASSESsen. We nre authorized te nnnounce CHARLES D. SHEPARD ns a cnudidnte for City Assessor ut the ensuing city election. We nre authorized te nnnounce F. W. I1AUEH as a cnndldnte ter City Assessor nt the ensuing city election. ren COLM.CTOU and treasurer. We nre authorized te nnnounce It. A. COCH RAN, Jr., ns n cnndldnte for the ofllce of Collector and Treasurer at the ensuing city election. We nre authorized te announce JAMES W. FITZGERALD ns a cnndldnte for Collector nud Treasurer nt the ensuing city election. We nre authorized te nnnounce HORATIO FICKLIN for Collector nnd Trensurer at the ensuing city election. ren COUNCILMAN. We nre nuthorlzed te nnnounce JOHN T. MARTIN as n cnndldate for Councilman from the Fourth Werd. r&SE ADVERTISING. A7yi fltnnrist AdvaibtrMnlsmulcr 10 wfltll ytJ the hcadinu of "lltlp -irnu.t "SiluatUm H'etital," " Leut," " Found," ., of anicctpta lie twiltire, nud net te exceed thru linen, en this pave, arc FREE te all. iSfT'A'e Vuxitictt Advertisement intcrtcd Kith out pay. If answers fad te come theftrnt lime, we invite as many repetition at are necessary t tecwe uhat you attvcrtUefer. We with the advertisers te feel that they are net imposing en us by using our free column. Advertisement am be left at our office or ttnt thmugh the mail te TIW PUDLW LEDGER COMPANY, Ne. 10 E. Tliird Street, JJjTAgTXD. WANTED Te purchase, n large Cnnuen Steve. Address Bex !-'60. city. WANTED A (reed second-hand Cnnnen Stevo. HARRY TAYLOR. WANTED Pupils -wishing te take lessens In Art te plonse apply te MISS AL LEYNE M. HAMILTON. Ne. 418 East Second street. Terms rensennble. WANTED Three Indy ennvassers for city work. Apply te D. F. HALLEY, St. James Hetel. WANTED A girl te de generul houeo work. Apply te MRS. JOHN M. RAINS, IK West Second street. WANTEU-Ludles te knew that Miss Kvu DeAtley is carrying en a Dressmaking establishment In the Sixth Ward, nnd would llke te hnvethem cnlh WANTED The Laldlce te knew tbnt I am no longer at Miss Annn Frnzcr's. Hut have moved te Sutten etreet, next te Ncsbltt's stere. MISS DETTIE A. HILL. WANTED Ladles te knew ttint Mrs. Jehn Hill Is carrying en n Dressmaking es tablishment nt Miss Anna Frazar's, and would be glad te hnve them call. JPOKjIAML FOR SALE A large Cooking Stevo, Ne. 8, with bentpr and tank: will sell very chenp; in geed order. A. H. OREENWOOD, Point Stere. Second street. "TT10R 8ALE Becend-bnnd snfe, wnrdrobe JM and office desk. Apply te G. W. GEISEL, In afternoon. FOR RENT OK 8ALE-My residence below town known as 'Itlvorslde." If rented, can hnve use of horse and two cows. Apply nt ence te A. J. McDOUGLB or H. C. Mc DOUOLE. TJ10K SALR-Double barrel brcech-lendlng JU Shet gun, IS gunge. Celt's make. Geed eraer. w. it. iiKt juih. FOR tf ALU A fresh Cew and nor calf. Ap ply te JOHN SMALL, Aberdeen, or 110 Market street. Maysvllle, Ky. I POK SALE OR TRADE A geed hone and Jersey milch cow. 8. PANQHUHN. M.I1. JPOKBJMfT FOR RENT Medqrn Cottage en Commerce street. Fifth Ward. Fer terms, &e., apply nt Adams Express Office. XjlUlt RENT The room lately occupied by JLJ the Commercial Club. All modern con veniences; best location In the city. Alse third tloer In enroe building. Apply te HARRY TAYIAJK, IX)CK OX V, F IOR RENT Nlce twe-stery heuse In the pnrtleulnrfl Inqulre nt It. WELLS, next deer. Z.OBXV TOST-A leather Dbg Cellar, with Tag Ne. XJ and name of Q. A. Means attached. The under win piease lenve wuu yj. a. jumajib. T OST A D. of R. Pin between I. M. Lnne's XJ rcsldence nnd Post-effico. Finder plense return te this office. EOHT An Uddfollews' Geld Pin near K. C. Depot. Reward of ?3 will be paid for same. Lenve at this office. Washington Opera-Heuse, C3T RETURN OF THE LAUGH-MAKERS, HenshawandTen Breeck One Night Only, MONDAY, OCTOBER 10th, In Their Musical Comedy, "THE NABOBS." Pretty Girls, Fuuny CemcdlariB. Delightful AIiislc. Elegaut Costumes. Fun Frem Start te Finish, Triers 25c, 3nc, 50c and 76c. Presidential Campaign of 1892! GEAND INDUCEMENTS TO READERS OF THE PUBLIC LEDGER The Presidential Campaign of 1802 will, without deuht, be the most intensely Interesting and exciting In the history of the United States, nnd country pcople will be extremely anxious te have all the GENERAL and POLITICAL NEW8 and dis cussions of the day as presented in a National journal, in addition te that supplied by their own local paper. Te meet this want we have entered into n contract with the NEW T0EK WEEKLY TKIBME The Leading Republican Paper of the United States! which enables us te offer that splendid Journal (regular subscription price SI per year) and The Public Ledger for one year FOR ONLY $3 25 A YEAR, CASH IN ADVANCE. "N. Y. Weekly Tribune," regular price per year $ 00 "Public Ledger," " " " 3 00 TCTAL ..$4 00 We Furnish Beth Papers One Year for $3 25. SUBSCRIPTIONS MAY BEGIN AT ANY TIME. ESTu's is most liberal combination and every reader of The Public Ledger ZS&'Thc vwncy mutt, in all cases, Audress all orders te Dress Goods. We have just received fifty WMpcerds, BBOAPOLOTHS, Ottomans, Crepens, Serges, in nil the new and desirable shades for full, from 50 cents np te 51 50 per yard. Alse a new line of Gimps in silk, steel and jett. Dress Goods. BROWNING & CO., 51 WEST SECOND STREET. Maysville Carriage Company, Manufactuueiis and Dealeiis in A PINE LINE 0E CARRIAGE WORK. AL90 Agents feu the Deerinff Harvesting Machinery. Adjoining Opera-hense, MAYSVILLE, KY, DEY GOODS; CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, And Housekeeping Goods Ceneraily Always en Hand AND FOB w &zxc x&c THOMAS J. CHEN0WETH, 3DR.TJTC3-3-IST. MAYSVILLE. McCLAMHM & SHEA, DEALERS mantels; frTlCmrmHi7 grates, Tinware, Tin Hoeting, JOBiWORK OF ALL KINDS Executed In the L. 0. BLATTERMAN. OLDEST HOUSE IN TJLE CITY. W. F. POWER. BLATTERMAN & POWER, , 'snr.B aeents rnnv MILLER'S MONITOR RANGES, ANT) DRALRHB IN MANTELS, STOVES, GMTE8, ICE CREAM FREEZERS, llofrlfferaton, Washing Machine, Wrlnjferi nnd Kitchen Specialties. We will net be undersold. All geed Kunranteed na represented, Tin IIoeHuh-, Gutterlnir nnd general Jeb Werk. 28 and 80 W. Second Street :-: MAYSTOLE, KY. offer ever made in the United States, should hie advantage of it at once. accempavu the orders. v THE PUBLIC LEDGER, MAYSVILLE. KY Dress Goods. pieces of Dress Goods in Dress Goods. - v ""If X FANOT and STAPLE i SALE II Y t&e-- & 4j KENTUCKY. IN Guttering and Spouting. bet manner. ,1 . 1 " " J'M iWi?