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- ' i Krswa.KmE9Bm, ?.-' .-". - ,v J r ''a.'v !- JLBV :Vi.' ... -, . TN.'r,r -,-.. . zvwwam V' H B. liW DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY i-THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO. KfiWTM.AW t. rvw. Thexa a. Datib, i.V'. .. JYMldenl " njbu.Hui H.imwvmuitrti ...uv iir.k..k. - evcrvMirurau iTreiwtri (V THOMAS A . D AVU. .......... AHter ami If oiwieer. ' BAMtrl.T.TlKrKMA?.nt JiKernrkf Bookkeeper. l I , JJVJIMJJ VJmiBMlVJUa tWlLUWlI..O0X. M.anCMKLL, A.lt.J. OOCHBAV, W,n.WAIMWORTn,Jr.. TllOUAfl A.SAVM. . omeis-82igr . ii BUB9CRirTIOXIJf AOVABVJS. - T . . .. .. . 3 Jfac JSaMi ....... .....- ISO 1 XMW9 H(MWws 79 SXLirSKSD BY CABSISX. Per ett .-.-.. ,..-....a Cenia Tavable teerrlr at end of month,. TO A&VEBTISERS. Advertising rates uniform and reason- tf.abU and made known en application at h, the effiee. A Werd te Republicans. The hope of the party Ilea in tike expansion of a tteOwart Hepubllcan 'pre. The Repub lican tefce read or eihtrtctee help te ntp- fcfr. pert a Democratic paper te the eaxtiuien of one of hie own party ttetetpepere is untrue te the JtermMlcen cause. tUnmntmeuetf subscribed te be the Rational KtfuUtean League. J. B. CLABXSOH, President. A. 5. HUMPHREY. Secretary. THE LEDGER.. is tse largest dally aper printed In Mays vllle eeant the eel inn and measure their length. It gire 700 mere reading natter than any ether. It la sold at the same price a any ether Mays vllle paper one rent a ropy or 'J5 cents a month, delivered by ear. rler or tent by mall. If yen are looking for the most for yenr money, yen ran get It In TUG LSVOEK. Sew Is the time te sub scribe sojipese yen elve It a month's trial. "'Vs ZflfttsS S5 ; - , k Circulation Mere Than 1,000 Daily. Sikce election "ree-tradera have very llttle te eay about strikes in this ceun try. ' Or ceurea the facts de net war-'- ' rant a continuance V"' of their campaign ItTJimM'Tretyfk 71e. eftftia nKrmt leVvr f f it V JUUWVI J-iO" DtUIIVJ UUUUV AUUU1 1 J .- . I !- .lulxun'jiii .1 lit.auif lintnkVinnitAA hnt tHrvunurs jiwunu. uieiui uuutts, uut that is no. new con. ditien. Evidence at their existence is net a whit scarcer P& new than last October. It is net the BjrVlaekef facta which explains the Free- traders subsidence, 'ine purpose ier which his ante-election canards were coined has been accomplished in the u election of Cleveland. If another ,' election were te be held next week, hew ever, the irreeuraue press weuia new ee chronicling alleged wage reductions and Idle werkera lu every town and city in the country, notwithstanding the un precedented prosperity of the wage earner under Protection. Things are' different in Free-trad ' Britain. There continues after election :..tha same abundance of news about i' strikes, idleness and wee among her iwwerkiag people with which we have tbeeB supplied for years. Democratic pttpers are necessarily confined te these if -Ens'llHh renfltta'aa their main Reurce of supply for labor disturbances, and, as parveyeis of news, regularly chronicle thm. The Bun recently Informed its readers that a manifesto issued by the .' saewpJejed of Londen last week placed ;tM Mmber of men out of work in that ! city alone at 100,000. These, It is stated, v kave 900,000 women and children de- fBden upon them, making 400,000 en tM verge of. starvation. "It la chiefly . fee," the report gees en, " te the centin- iiMht strikes In all trades during the last Mme ys&rs, which have driven tens of fafwpiitBg,late the hands of foreigners, sajMNaee ej,wu man, cuat mu wurKinen M Lmmeb 9e2,000 In wages alone and tbe greatest curse that ever vis- H4 LMdee." rw TlMt te labors condition in the home : it VfH'tnie, and It will be the cendi- ittMt tt ABsrieaa labor here it the vic vic iierisss Cesiecracy earries out its pledge te the British system In the sMnvQS p Cimtlnnatl Pett pnbllsbed an fat wWek It called Jay Ooexd immmmi tern, tae union naa ever mi Mfint of his manner of Um life out of ether wn's But, with all hta eaBw, tfr hMi of Jay Gqcld 4tmpt- m by tMnuBf Pf wr wrjc u utAtkOjraitaa! Hkd MMaY at ignatMM m. Am ijEW.Mmm f,wBMlJ3km liaKrflK SLaaUHuit. WaHMiMii' iitMaAi 'L'M'k iim4tfttMMSBk,"lr.Jit Mastih & Rhev8 of Fern Leaf have bought from 40,0OCi te 60,000 pounds of tobacco se far this season, at an average of about ten cents. i ! m nil i Rbv. P. II. McGuffev of Nicbola8ville has declined the r.nll te the pastorate of tlie Christian Church of this city and will devote his time te ovangelistic work. Jenx F. BniiruDAN possesses merit as a comedian and the company which supported him last night contains some clever people. It is te be regretted that 1hcy were net greeted by a larger audi ence. The performance was geed and the specialties Incidental wero very en tertaining. .aj Rev. Geerge LBoebrs, the eldest divine in the state and probably the old eld est pensioner in the United States, died at his home in Louisville from injuries received several days age by his clothes catching Arc. He was OOyears of age and fought in the Mexican War. He was a Minister of the Methodist Church. Dn. Carrisk of Lexington, while driving en East Short street, was severely shocked and had his horse, a fine trotting stallion, instantly killed by a live electrlc light wire lying in the street. The animal stepped en the wire, and the Docter, in trying te assist the horse te arise, received a shock in his left side and arm, but no serious results arc feared. Maysvillk Star Ledoe Ne. 1048, Grand United Order of Oddfellews, has elected the following efficers: P. B. I. H. Natas. K. a F. G. Brady. W. B. Samuel Monday. K. G. Iehmael Dawsen. V. G. Merijdy Drewn. M.N. F.-E.E. Smith. P. N. F.-K. H. Andersen. Y. F. Henry Clay. A. Daniel Manns. W. Jehn 8anferd. l.S.O.Ou8tus Morten. It. S. David Darnall. ii. 8. Antheny Dimmltu jt g k Rj8.-iiWL.l'vPearir W ''V '' L. S. William Strawder.,. , O. G. Themas Graves. "9 The JStnerten Piane. Thefe Instruments have enjoyed a high reputation far mere than forty years. Are Brilliant and Musical in Xone, .uml afford a most beautiful accompnniment te vocal mu sic the toue having the rure sympathetic quality which blends admirably with the humn voice. They are durable, being .con structed of.tbe Beet JiatcrlalB, by tlie Most Skilful "Workmen, They have cttrned an especial reputation for Keeping In Tune, and also for retaining in a most remarkable degioe their original fullness of tone never growing thin or wiry with' age. The Emcreen Upright Pianos especially have obtained a rcmarkable success during the past few years, and have invariably re ceived a high award wherever exhibited. In oil the essential qualities of a .First-class Instrument they arc second te no pianos manufactured In the country. ANNOTJNCBMBNTS. FOR MAYOR. We ere autherited. b announce. KARBY HAULM AN as a candidate for Mayer at the ensuing January election. We are authorized te anneunce E. E. the ofilee of. Mayer at the ensuing election for VIVj UUiWUlO. TOR CITY MARSnAU We are authorized te anneunce 51. E. Mo Me ICKLLU1' as a aindldate for City Marshal at the ensuing January election. We are ailthorlzcdte anneunce E. W. FITZ GERALD as a candldate for Marsha) at the ensuing city election. We are authorized te announce JOHN W. ALEXANDER as a candidate for City Marshal at the ensuing January election. We are authorized te anneunce JOHN V. DAY as a candidate for City Marshal at -the ensuing January election. "" , We are authorized te anneunce JAMES REDMOND as a candldate for City Marshal nt the ensuing January election. ., ' 4 reit CITY CLE11K, We arc authorized te announce HARRY C McDOUGLE as a candldate rer City Clerk at the ensuing January election. We are authorized te anneunce MARTIN A. O'HARK as a candidate for re-election te the efllce of City Clerk nt the ensuing city elec tion. ren assessor. We are authorized te anneunce CHARLES D. SHEPARD as a candldate for City Assessor at the ensuing city election. We are authorized te nnnonnce F. W. I1AUEH as a candldate ter City Assessor at the ensuing city election. - We are authorized te nnuounce. JOHN WALSH as a candidate rer Assessor at the ensuing January election. FOR COLLECTOR AND TREASURER. We are authorized te anneunce HORATIO FICKLIN for Collector and Treasurer at the ensuing city election. We are authorized te announce JAMES W. fTTZOKRALD as a candldate for Collector and Treasurer at the ensuing city election. rOR WUARFMASTER. We are authorized te anneunce C. it. PHIS TER aa a candidate for ro-electlen as Wharf, master at the January election, 1893. CITY WE10RER. We are authorized te nnneunce WILLIAM DAVIS as a candldate for City Weigher at the ensuing January election. ren COUNCILMAN. Second Ward. We are authorized te anneunce JOHN T. PARKER as candldate for Councilman from the Second Ward. Third Ward. We are autherised te announce .0. O. HOP PER as candidate for Council from th Thirtl Ward. .,. Fourth Ward. We are autltdrlaed te announce JOHN T. MARTIN m a candidate for Ceunellaww Iren the Fourth Wa. JVM Ward. We ere nwtaeri te Mwewnea O. W. WAR- uBMti xrew mm) iVb Charge! SSTZ, Vanttd," "Bttmtien ITpnied," " xVxit," " Found," Acefan aectfta b1 nature, ami no te excted thru lint, en thtt jxw, are rtlEE tall. t3TX6 DMiiUti AdttrtiitemtnU iiwtrtal cith cith eut ay. atuulr fail te come the flrtl time, V invite at many rtpttitieiiB as art'tucettaty te nturt what jem advertUe for. Me tcWi the adtcrtirtrs te feel that they are net impo$Ue en u (i wiry eurfrtt column. Adv(rtUtnuiU can be left at our efllct or rent thnmyh the mail U TUB PUBLIC LEDOElt COMPAKT, .He. 10 E. Third Strut. WA1TTX9. WANTED Te bee, barrow or rent a Showcase about Ave tret long. Apply at thin efllce. WANTEDA flrst-ciasa iilaekamlth. hy the th of tbls month. Apply te DONOVAN & SHORT. WANTKD-i,000Hus&elsnlceWlilteCernihl$h. eat market price paid. OLD HOLD MILLS. WANTED A Cook who can wash and Iren ter email family; Kfxl wm te competent help. Apply te Mrs. M. 8. DIMMITT, Hi Wwt Second street. WANTEDThe public te knew that I have re re raevpil te the Opern-heusp. 114 Weat Seeend street. J. F. RYAN. Leck and Gunsmith. WANTED A boy about II years old. Apply te ISAAC WATKIN8. Market street. WANTED Canvassers for each precinct In Masen ceuntv. Liberal term. Inclese stamp. AGENT HOCKEK WASHER COM PA NY. Dever. Ky. . WANTED Ladles te knew that MiM Eva DeAtley Is carrying en a Dressmaking establishment in he Sixth Ward, and would llke te have them call. POR 8AX.B. l?On SALE-Cholee Timethy and Clever Hay. I ilnllvpriMl fren tn snv rtart nf tlin citv. At the OLD HOLD MILLS. JTOBBMIT. ?OR RENT-Bmall CottMre en Ka.it Grant f street. Apply te Mra. AV. L. DAVIDSON. TJIOH RENT Modern Cottage en Commerce A; street, Fifth Ward, for terms, &c., apply at Adams' Express Office xqsT LOST-I'enslnn papers of AI1RAHAM WILSON, Kinder will pfeaae return te this elllce. LOST On Monday December Kth, between my house en the 11111 City like and Maysville, a black walking stick BUiiaDierewara u returned ie me. W. II, TARLTON. LOST-SllverlMn, between Raptlst Church and ferry-beat. Return te this efllce. LOST On Second street, between J. J. Weed's Drugstore and the Claa Works, a Pocket-book containing papers valuable only te the owner. A reward eTflO will be paid for I te retnrn te this elllce. LOST A palref steel-rlmmed Spectacles. Finder please leave at this efllce. LOST An O. R. T. Pin between C. and O. Depot and J. Hamilton's rveldence In the Fifth Ward. Finder will please leave at 319 E. Second street. LOST Between Frent and Fourth streets, a Card Cese containing (3 bill. Reward It returned te this efllce. LOST A red Mitten, en Second street, at the crossing leading from Traxel's. I'lease return te this efllce. LOST A Masen County Dullrilne Association Reek. l'lea return te HENRY BASCOM, colored, or 31. C Russell. rouire. FOUND-A Lady's Bluck Muff at the Bank of Mavsvllle. JOl?ND A Oleve containing sum of money. Call et this efllce nml prove property. FOUND A deer key en Third street. Can be bad at this efllce. IOST Saturday, Pocket-book containing ft 30, j between Hunt's and Miss Anna Frazar's. I'leane leave at this efllce. Small, the Tailor CAN HE FOUND AT HIS EMPORIUM of FASHION Ne. HO Market Street, Oppvnlte Central Hetel. Don't U COME NEAR US! IP YOU WANT TO PAY HIGH PfilCES. BABOAINS OFFERED NOW: Loek In our Shew Window nt our 13-cent Dell, Washable Face and Flew-a Ing Hair, twenty.seven Inches Jeng, Shoes and Stockings. Celebrated King Gun for tl 00 New Line et Elegant Weed Toys In Vestibule Railroad, Ste., We. and 1 00 Santa Clauawlth Reindeer Archi tectural Uuilding Illecks r., 60, 1 00 Our Photograph Album for . 1 CO Muke sure and oe-eur Cheap Table with our Teya for 5. Hoartef Europe, illustrated, large, for , 200 One volume uf Unwritten History, J.T.IaeMey&Ce. ROOKS. JOYH AND FAKOY GOODS. There is nothing mere dangerous, and nothing mere curtain te bring en disease than impure water: and while The CHOLERA is at our very deer veu r.nn nrnvnnt It H .-. 7t i. i.r.--I fectually andperm.i ncnlly if yen use a ifV " A "Dnci-maii -f-i , ss jd liter i It is germ proof. Fer sale by S. B. OLDHAM, Sele Agent. AN ORDINANCE Ordering an Election te be Held en Monday, January 2d, 1893. He M ordained by the Beard of Ceuntflme n of the Win of ilautvule, Ky., That an election be bold en Monday, January d, 1HU3, ter the elec tion of a Mayer, City Clerk, Collector and Treasurer, Marshal, Assesser, Weed, and Ceal Inspector, Wharfmaater and six Ceuncllmcn, one from each ward. Be it further ordained, That polls be open In said city for said election at 6 o'clock a. u. and close at a o'eleck p. m. at the following places en said day, giving the Inspectors ene hour for dinner; and the following persons are ap pointed Inspectors for said electien: First Ward Jacob Outten's shep: Jehn Mo Me Cartby, Jeseph Lewry and Jehn W. Thomp son. Second Ward -J. 8. Redmond's cigar stores 0. 1- Sallee. James Delenty and W. N. Howe. Third Ward-D. Fltwrereld'a shop) P. J, Murphy, D. C. Frszee and Jehn Zeeh. Fourth Warda R. Powell's shep: W. A. Cole.C.II.NIcbeUon and Samuel CreiKhbaum. Fifth Ward Cenrad's store! Jehn O. I'ayne, Geerge W. Cook aM ThemM w. Iireen. Sixth Want Reuben Hwtt'a residence) a, M. Cllnger! Fred Lawrence and L. J, Harding, 8M eers of eeetkm bh directed te held aid eleiiefl and nake due return Ihereqr, eWW WlitTAM M. COX. Prcldt,. MAMIK A. ONAKCtCrtr Ckrk. K4H A . fr CORDIAL w . WELCOME! IS EXTENDED TO ALL WHO MAY COME Te Henry Ort's Emporium of Trade. This season 1b one when jollity and geed nature prevail in stere and lienie. At Henry Ort's one is ruiuie te realize that. anta Cluus is come. And the compli ments of the season are respect fully presented te the host of Henry Ort's customers. HENRY ORT. State National-Bank MAYSVILLE, KY. CAPITAL STOCK $VOO,(WO aviwLus i jio,eoo DO A GENERAL BAN KINO BUSINESS. 0. D. I'earce, Cashier. W. II. Cox, President. Jno. P11.KH, Vice-President. - Ji; r Allen A. Edmonds m rasus LKars Euarnfj, .- JJATSVILUt, X7. " ORDERS SOLICITED FOR ANYTHING THAT CAN BE PRINTED l n. WITH TYPE. 4 . J. J. EITZGrERAlI), Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter! 41 West .Second Street, Jewel Gas 8teves. " MAX8YILLK, KV, The ,4HeKINS,, Nelsen, $3 FALL SHAPES NOW READY. Shirts Made te Order. Academy of the VWItation-Berdlnf and Day Scheel for Yehbk Ladies. -This Institution hasn high reputation for Its many advantages and tltoreggh educatlea (a every branch. The Musical DcpartHmt M under the direction of a graduate of a nema IrRWH it aw JTATHS,.l)fvH! i w, ar. ME ijii)J1UmT JKfumJySrymt f I kiBJ yHHR, for Hpaw Cut MP 4L wJL fVtMKUJJSIIigSMLaMH...IIII.JUNIIII l.-THTFT-. SUUIIllllll 'BiT ,4E m "k. (Jewelry Is - i BALLENGEE Diamonds I ) I (Silverware j 'T Ail .."' WA ( Cjr4BftsjgWftWMfWWniaaaJwwlaaA THOMAS J. CHEN0WETH, IDPiTJO-GJ-IST. MAYSVILLE. KENTUCKY. DIAMONDS; WATCHES, .v.; ' ' u r I"? W 'ryr HllWHafrTiJHutfiTg. P. J. MDEPHY SUCCESSOR TO HOPPER & MURPHY. CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS. JIATTINGS. ; ' ...... -........ v .: .:;:-..v And Housekeeping Goods AND FOR -&&CfC t22 McCLANAHAN & SHEA, DEALERS MANTEL3, Tinware, tfin Reefing, Guttering. and Spenting. JOBaWORK OF AIL KINDS Executed In the best. manner. - L. C. BLATTKRMAN. OLDEST HOUSE BLATTERMAN fe POWER, --SOLB AOBTS FOH. :" MILLER'S MONITOR RANGES,, v. -AtlTl TIRALBILq IN-.., , MANTELS, ST0YES, GRATES, CE CREAil gEEZERS,. ' HorrigeraterS, Washing MachlueS, Wringers hnd Kitchen Specjaftl'cs'. wiSTlltriet be undersold. All goods guaranteed as represented.' Tin lloeflug, Guttering and general Jeb Werk, ( . . .,w 28 and 30 W. Second Street :-;.; .MAYSVILLE, KY., Gee. M. dinger & Sen, BRICK MASONS AND CONTRACTORS I Estimates made en all classes of Werk, Leck Bex 417. MAYSVILLE. KY. MONUMENTAL, "ST?A!TIJA!RY AND CEMETERY WORK, In Qranlle and Marble. M. E. GILM0EE, 108 W. Bacejin Btbkkt, MAYHVILLE. KY tFreesten satisfactory pr O-Freestone Itulldlng Werk, Sidewalks, tc, at ices. . THE PRESS, (NEW YORK) allu Circulatiet Hat a Larger Dailu Circulation than any ether liepubllcan iVetmiKtjwln 4merea, DA1LV.. SUNDAY. WEEKLY. Tte Aoer'wive Bepublican Journal of the Me tropolis A Newspaper for the Manse. FOUNDED DECEMBER, 1st, 18S7. Circulation Over 100,000 Copies Daily. The l'lissa is the organ of no faction; pulls no wires; has no animosities te avenge ' The Most JUmarkahlc Neictpaper Suctee (rt New Yerk. The Ptcm it, a tfaiumal Succest Cheap news, vulgar sensations and trash find no place In tbe columns of Tub Fubbs. The Press has the brighest Kdlterlal page In New Yerk. It sparkles with peluts. The I'iiebs Sunday edition Is a Splendid twenty page paper, covering every curfent tonic of Interest. .... The Press Weekly Edition contains all the geed things of tbe Dally and Sunday editions. Fer these, who cannot afford the Dally or are prevented by distance from early receiving it. the Weekly is a splendid substitute. At an Advertising Medium The Pr km tie Superior n New Yerk. TUTU FAES3 inWitn the itach of all. Th Bl and Cttcapcti Newspaper iAmerica. r.ally and Bunday, ene year,. ...,., ...... 00 Dally and Sunday, six months 3 00 Dally and Bunday, one month , . A Dally only, one year 9 00 Dally only, four months , ljj Bunday, ene year. . 00 Weekly Press, ene year 1 00 m4 fw Ta Fwhw Olretiiar. . r aaja4ea free, AM wmtM verywWert , TucrucNi n Pack swi mr YriLi i " '. --! I I , Impairing of all Kinds JEWELM. Generally Always en Hand ,p SALE BY c&ej6' j gJcrzJ 4 1N- - GRATES IN THE CITY. W. F. POWER. tWHITE, JUDD.& CO. -Are still In the FURNITlJEE BUSINESS At Ne. 4B W. Sflecad Street. XAItmOAI) BCKZOUZ.fi. CINCINMTI DIVISION CJIESAVIUKEjlNaOHIO. jJe.a.,0: , m Ne.a)....7.-ajp.m Ne. lS....4:tep,m. Np,-....S:Cap.ul East m n m te Wnl Add twenty-six minutes te get city time. Nes. 10 and 90 are the, Maysvllle accommoda tion, and Nes. 17 and It) the Huntington aocem. modatien. Nes. 1 and '1 are the fast express and Nes. 3 tind 1 the F. FV. Ne. 4 (F. F. V.) is a solid tfaln 'with through dining car and Pullman sleepers te Washing ton, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and. New Yerk. Through Pullman sleeper te' Richmond, Va., and Old Point Comrert. Ne. 2 Is a solid train with Pullman sleeper te Washington, making all Eastern and Southeastern connections. The accommodation trains are dally except Sunday; the rest are' dally. Direct connection At Cincinnati for 'points' West and Seutbv MATSVWXE DIVISION. ioutAbeund. Leaves Maysvflle of fi :UQ a. m . ter Paris, Lex. Stanford. Liv ingsten, Jellioe, Mlddlceboreugti, Cumberland' Gap, Frankfort. Louisville and points en N. N. and M. V., Eastern Di vision. Leaves Maysville at :Vb p. te. for Paris. Cln Cln elnnati, Lexington; Winchester, ' lllohmeud- and points en' N. N. and M. V.i KastonTDlvls KastenTDlvls KastonTDlvls ien. ZTor(Mieuno , Arrlve at Majsville at 10;00 a. in. and'8;I5 p. in. AU trains daftly except Sunday I Add twenty-stx minutes te get city time. OIIUSQT HOUTB'irXBTA 37i Ohie.and MtHlutp i piSietixcay Is tbe abort line be be twQea Cincinnati and 8ti Leuis, and all of Us IrmlBa tun tkreuch solid te St. Leuis. Ne trassf eniBf of baggage or of passengers who travel ea O. and X. trains. Lea than tua hour tt our tl te IK. Levis, where nr trains make' eotuteetJes In the Union Depot with trains of all lines for the West, Southwest and northwest'. The Ohie and Mtaafiilwl Hallway la the dl root and fast line te Louisville. The Ohie and Mississippi Railway pivot s pe dal attention te colonials going west, either single or In parti: Our ajrentt 'are pre pared at all times tuft uruleh mwrmiMeB m to te rates and rputes te matati Writ, and vsw knitters are tedy,ia surt wid swir MMfe tleketa m lleweat MtM'kM attwM te etnak- Htnsp'n j mnmmr mcwniMum mm wn htchet i vmw rnaesMM-. AMnt e, t.wy, tm - Nd.l fcaia. ,, J Ne. lO..UW . I Ne. : U. SWJfl 4 t. ,rt .; ".II ' & ? .v A ' "1 .t tu, '.m sm t f .';?-& . t"ii i ' ' ?i5i - u f$s ".liA.