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DAILY KXCBIT SUNDAY.
THOMAS A. DAVIS,
SDITOR AND OVTNKH.
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WE'RE FOR AMERICAN AMERICANS!
TAltTT DEriCB-TUE LOG CAIIIX.
W. 0. BRADLEY
W. J. WOKTHINGTOJJ
SAM H. STONE
Secretary of State,
GEOKGE W. LONG
of Gray tin.
W. S. TAYLOK,
Superintendent of Pultltc Inttructien,
W. J. DAVIDSON
Regltteref Land Office,
C. O. HEYN0LD3
CommMener of Agriculture,
JOHN' C. WOOD
KENTUCKY REPUBLICAN PIATFOMI.
We are oppettd te the free ami ununited celi
age of stiver, bcltevtng that it irnul I Involve the
country In financial ruin. We believe In a teuml
currency and tn theute eflytth geld and vtlvcrfer
coinage, provided abcays that a dollar in one It
made precisely a valuable an a dollar tn the
We favor a Tariff te regulated at te protect the
Interests of all clarcs of our citizen upon arti
cles that may he mcccffiiUy manufactured or
produced in tl country, thus Insuring geed
wages te the laUinr and a home mirkettethc
producer; ael In conmetten uith thtt uc favor
the re-tttabllrhincnt of thedectrinc of reciprocity.
We believe that tueh iu!en ulll defray every
Government expe.c , gradually lnjulihitt all in
dcbtcilnttt, ntlere vulillc confidence and relegate
te the rear the undue excitement rime prevailing
concerning the currency. In view of the pant
financial htttery of the Democratic party, it
devotion te the old etate bank pjttcm and wildcat
tendencies, ue affirm that the Republican party
can be mere Mfely trusted te regxdate the flnan.
tlal ayttern of the Natien,
We favor an American policy uhleh ulll pre.
tect Americans and American Interests In any
part of tht world at all haxard ami ulll tym
pathite Kith struggling Republic rather than
Uncle Sam'tt Shertafjc.
The deficit in the National Treasury
Jer the first 39 days of the present fiscal
year is 413,934,004 38.
Secretary Morten has issued a
special order regulating the importation
f sheep and lambs from Canada for imme
diate slaughter. These will be admit
ted Inte the United States bererafter when
accompanied by certificates of health
from the official veterinary inspector of
the pert of expert or district In which
the animals were raised, or an affidavit
from the owner or importer that such
animals are from the district covered by
Wk hare already referred te the man
ner In which the manufacturers of
Katcfeee In .the United Kingdom appeal
'te their customers
te buy only English
matches, by placing
a little printed slip
inside the cover of
the box, asking the
V1 . ..
foflywyle te "patronize borne indnstry, use
V'WmlUk wintshnn and emnlnv nrltfeh
"Iftfiiefe mateteca and employ British
n labor." Larse signs bearlnar the sane
vLaki sUB VIA10 km Oiutn tttrtnaiint Mi
jr wwvrrwt vwn- wn wv uwn itivuguuuv tun
h tWNrirj fsiatrteta el KnglgBd. Tfals is
nMtly wfcti TMAauxieait Frereetire
, JtetMt LfftfiM Rrffl--Mely, thai tke
is a worse fix than "appetitc
but no feed." Can you
cat a meal with relish, or,
can't you? If you can't'
your stomach probably
needs looking after, and this
is the way te leek after it:
Take a tablespoonful of
in a little water, three times,
a day for a week and you'll
De surprised hew well you'll
teel, and hew hungry you'll 1
be, and but isn't thisr
Brown's Iren Bitters is a medi
cine (or all ages children like it.
and old persons nearly always need
It is pleasant te take and will
net stain the teeth nor cause con
stipation. See the crossed red
lines en the wrapper.
-, Baltimore, M.
American people should patronize Ameri
can home Industries, use American made
goed9, and employ American labor. The
English and American manufacturers
thus have precisely the same ideas.
Following the plan of the English
match manufacturer?, we find in another
line of goods the following announce
ment en the outside of a cover of n
package of British goeds:
Why Support the Manufacture et
Other Countries When Yeu Can
Obtain as geed an Article
it iDE DV HOME INDUSTRY?
This is the appeal made by a Londen
and Nottingham cigarette manufactu
ring concern which finds that its offer te
give a "tube te each cigarette, matches
and photo in each package" is net suffi
cient te secure all the trade it desires.
Possibly the English dudes prefer Ameri
can made cigarettes and de net find that
they "can obtain as geed an article
made by home Industry" in England.
The belief in a policy of Protection,
however, is taking very generally
throughout the Dnited Kingdom.
Rev. W. D. Rice is conducting a meet
ing at Beas'icy Church.
In order te draw trade, a number
of the enterprising jobbing merchants of
this city will send complimentary tickets
te their customers, inviting them te at
tend the Blue Ribbon Fair. That's the
sort of enterprise that wins.
State or Onte, City or Teledo,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is the
senior partner of the Arm of F. J. Cheney A.
Ce., doing business In the City of Teledo,
county and state aferctald, and that said firm
will pay the sum or ONE HUNDRED
DOLLAHS for each and every case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Fkank J. Ciieney.
Sworn te before me and subscribed In my
presence this 6th day of December, A. D. lt8.
, , A. W. Gleasen,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internal' and
acts directly en the bleed and mucous surfaces
of the system. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Ce., Teledo. O
H-Sold by Druggists, 75 cents.
"T Tf7.vf AdvertUcmiulniiH'n
JSO U liar gel the heading of "Hut
Wanted,'"1 Lett," "Found," c.,e anaccepta.
bit nature, and net te exceed three liner, en thit
page.are FREE te all.
"We BuslnctiAdvertlscmenuinsirua with
If answers failte come the ArstUme. we Invite
air many repetitions at arn necessary te eeurt
what you advertise for. We with the advertlreri
tefetl that they are net imposing en usby wing
our free column.
Advertisements can beleftatoureffictur t'nt
through the mail tn
THE PUBLIC LEDGER CUMPa V.
Ne. WE. Third Strtst.
WANTED Wanhlnst; can make mm for In rd
de plain sewing. Call at 107 Kul Fourth
WANTKD-M In Aita Mefferd ban mered te 114
Hutten atrec, and li prepared te de drta
making and plain aewlng en reasonable term.
WANTED-8eln of all kind. Children n
Clothing a aperaltv. First rlaas "firk
guaranteed. Mra.O.K.NF.L80N,!iIKat Hecend
FOR IlENT-Brlck dwelling. -with iteven roemn
and kitchen; roerai newly papered and
painted; en Frent, between Market and Lime
atone atreeta; admirably adapted for tun amall
families If dnilred. M.C. IIUICH INH, An.
T OHT-A1 Ibe Baaeball
Park yeaterdav, an
J J Ivery-handled Umbrella,
mm eg te regaa matuiery Ce,
iirwara u re-
T" OHT-Thuraday, pair of Steel Frame Hpecta
J rlea; plenae retnrn te thla office. aiuH lw
LOST Between Wall and Lewer atreut, a amall
Geld Jta. Return te thla office and reeelva
I" 0T-A wjr of OIetm, between Daulloel Hta
J bin iM Samuel McNutl'i. Finder pleaae
iqnww ... ,
LCT-AILaa141lwk Watea Heard and Rlu,
FlBdtA ptM leave at Ula cc. auJlw
Speculation as te Who Will
Succeed Judge Jacksen.
The President Will Likely Cheese a
Man Frem New Yerk
Owing te the Widely Scattered Locution
of the Supreme Jaitlcri It li I'rebitbla
That Only Twe or Three Will lie
Able te Attend the Funeral.
Washington, Aug. la Arrangements
for official participation in the funeral
of the late Associate Justice Jacksen
at Westmead, Nashville, Sunday after
noon, owing te the widely scattered
locations of the members und officers
of the supreme court necessarily have
te be made by telegraph and nothing
has yet been decided.
Chief Justice Fuller is at his summer
home, Sorrento, Mc., and the asseciate
justices are scattered ever the country
from the Atlantic te the Pacific It is
net probable, therefore, that there will
be mere than two or three of the jus
tices in attendance. All of them lime
been advised of the death of their as
sociate by Miss May me Tompkins, as
sistant te the marshal of the court, and
they will doubtless notify her of their
intentions in the matter. Asyct, how
ever, no responses have been received
from any of them. Marshal Wright,
who is at his home in Louisville, will
attend the funeral.
Speculations ns te the succession
have already been indulged in,
although there will be no appointment
by Tresident Cleveland before congress
meets. The circuit ever which the de
ceased justice presided by allotment
of the court comprises the states of
Michigan, Ohie, Kentucky and Ten
nessee, but it is the general opinion
that the selection of a successor will be
made without regard te territory.
Since the denth of Justice lUatchferd,
the state of New Yerk has been with
out a representative en the bench, and
it is believed that the president will
go there for a successor te Justice
Jacksen. Whether or net he will again
attempt te place Mr. Pcckham or Mr.
Hornblower en the bench is in doubt.
The names of Secretary Carlisle, Post
master General Wilsen and Den M.
Dickinsen are also heard in the discus
sion. The name of Representative Jesiah
Patterson, of Tennessee, will probably
be called te the attention of the presi
dent, as he comes from the state of the
late justice, and is known as a most
leval friend of Cleveland. The names
of Den M. Dickinsen and Solicitor-General
Helmes Cenrad arc also men
tioned. MONEY FOIt THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY.
Washington, Aug. 10. The Catholic
university has received a donation of
52,500 from M. L. Huffer. of Paris, te
be added te the library fund.
AMERICANS MUST HE TKOTrCTED.
Washington, Aug.10. Minister Den
by has been instructed by Acting Sec
retary Adee te secure protection for
American citizens at Pnnyag. China, a
place about forty miles from Foe Chew,
where the American mission is report
ed te have been looted by the Chinese.
Ne additional outrages have been re
ported te the state department Friday.
WILL ATTEND THE JACKSON FUNERAL.
Washington, Aug. 10. Friday even
ing Miss Tomkins was advised of the
departure of Chief Justice Fuller and
Associate Justice Brewer, who had been
visiting the chief justice, from Sorrento
te attend the funeral. Mr. Frederick
E. Chapin, private secretary of Justice
Jackon. left Washington Friday night
te attend the obsequies.
Wounded, One of Whom
IUiristeriE, Aug. 10. Three persons
were wounded, and one will probably
die as the result of a madman's act ear
ly Friday morning Urban Eis, aged 33
years, 2,734 Hartferd avenue, shot hit
brother-in-law, Charles A. PfeiiTer, In
the right arm, then shot Mrs. Mar
garet PfeiiTer in the left breast and
finally shot himself in the forehead.
The wounds of Mr. and Mrs. Pfeiffei
are slight, but Eis will probably die.
It is thought Eis was temporarily de
mented. Their wives, are sisters, theii
maiden name being Jippard. While the
men have been friends they have net
been intimate, and it is thought the
sheeting was the outgrowth of semt
fancied slight from PfeiiTer te Eis.
I'elitlclana' Fatal Quarrel.
Jacksen, Miss., Aug. 10 A special
from Branden, the county seat el
Rankin county, says that a difficulty
occurred en the street there Friday
morning between J. II. Dinkins and
Dabney Marshal in which the ferraei
was shot and killed. Marshal is a
member of the legislature from War
ren county, and Dinkins is a local poli
tician of some prominence. It is un
derstoed that the sheeting grew out ej
A Hanging tn California.
Sax Francisce, Aug. 10. Fremont
Smith was hanged at San (juentii.
prison Friday morning for two bruta'
murders committed near the town el
Colusa in December, 1893.
Londen, Aug. 10. A dispatch fretr
Hamburg states that the German
schooner Jehanne, from Charleston fei
Cuzhaven, while lying at anchor wet
run into by a Bremen lighter. Tbi
Jehanne began te makn water and
sank while trying te put into pert.
Lady Onnnlnr Committed for TrlaL
Londen, Aug. 10. Lady Gunning
stepmother of Sir Geerge W. Uunnine
Bart, and a relative of Earl Spencer
who was recently arrested hers en
charges of forgery was Friday brought
up en demand in the Rew street pelie
.court and committed for trial.
Tli Armored Crnlaer Brooklyn.
Philadelphia, Aug, 10. The armor
ed cruiser Brooklyn, en the stocks al
Cramp's ship yard, Js being rapidly ad
Taneed toward the laHBchlag period
bat be day baa yat fees fixed fer pat
tlfwr lh vhmI avarbeaML
Tfee Latest Mens Frem All Pert et the
Coin agen wealth,
A Cavern In Greenup County Mitb Human
GnKitNtir, Ky., Aug. 10. A party of
hunters, composed of Charles Marvin,
Alex. Delanry and James A. Redd, who
had been out in the southern part of
this county en a hunting expedition,
returned home Thursday evening.
While en the ridge that divides Green
up nnd Carter counties, near Charlette
Furnance, Delaney wounded a wild
turkey te such an extent thai it could
net fly, and started down the Greenup
side of the hill in pursuit of it. When
near the feet of the hill he found Vit
a large bewlder which the rcci-..t
ralps had dislodged impeded his prog
ress, and, upon looking areUnd, he dis
covered that the removed atone had
formerly closed the opening te 'a large
cave. He signaled te his friends, and
upon their arrival they decided te ex
plere the cavern
At first it was necessary for tliara te
crnwl upon their hands and knees,
but the farther under ground they get
the larger the passage became, 'and
when they had reached a distance of
about 150 feet from the mouth they
were able te walk upright, and seen
they came te a large room, about eigh
teen or twenty feet square and twelve
feet high. Hera they found u large pile
of bones, which by the neighborhood
physician were pronounced te be these
of human beings, when taken te him
for examination, but they were of se
inuny different sites he was unable te
say whether they were of white people
or Indians. That they were of the lat
ter is the mere probable, as the eldest
man in that vicinity, James II. Massen,
says that that bewlder had been in the
same place ever Bince he could remem
ber, und he has lived within a mile of
it all his life, nnd is new past 80 years
of age, and previous te that time there
were very few white people in that
part of this end of the state.
The enve was alive with bats, nnd
among thorn wns a large tieck of white
ones, the tirst ever seen anywhere
nenr here. Mr. Marvin caught seven
of tliein und brought them home with
liitn. They are almost m white na
Many people have visited this cavern
since these men discovered it, and all
pronounce It one of the most perfectly
formed c.ives in that .Motion, where
there are eveial
Threp Derelict of Cnmiinj I). iemt
KClniflit. Under t'lre.
Levinotem. Ky., Aug 10 Three
members of Company I). Second icgi
incnt. Kentucky Mate gii.udb. weie
ceurt-martialed here Thursday night.
Mnj. .1. B Allen presiding with ('apt.
C. W. Longmier n judge advocate.
The culprits were Frank Heurk. for
non-attendance at the regimental en
campment: Albert Walters, absence
from drill, and A. Thomsen, for wear
ing uniform when net en dutv The
results of the court are secret, and
were forwarded te Oev llrewn Bt
I'iev. llrewD Keturua.
FriANHFOitT. Ky., Aug te Gov
Brown returned Friday f.etn Hender Hender
eon, where he has been for the past
week, a guest of honor at the Third
regiment encampment He ias very
much refreshed by his visit, notwith
standing lie shook hands with un aver
age of one thousand people dally dur
ing his visit The Second regiment,
which includes the Covington and
Newport companies, will go into camp
at the name place next week
ltnan Unrilen Aritiltteif.
Baiiikuijiville, ICy., Aug. 10 Resa
Gorden has been acquitted of the mur
der of Mary Sutherland and the serious
wounding of Melissa Brown at a disor
derly house near Cerhin. where all
were inmates. Much surprise was ex
pressed at the verdict, hut it was due
te the fact that the only two witnesses
for the commonwealth reuld give no
convincing evidence. The attorneys
for the defense claimed self-defense.
Senater Lliidaay'a Chance.
Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 10 There is a
sensational story circulated in inside
circles that Cleveland decided some
time age, in the.event of Justice Jack Jack
eon's death, te appoint Senater Lind
say, of Kentucky, te fill the place and
put Carlisle in line for the presidency
by electing him in Lindsay's place.
Hilled the Meney Drawer.
Merkiiead. Ky., Aug. 10. Friday
morning when the 6:30 webt-beund ex
press rolled in the a & U. Station
Agent II. L. Albert left his office te
put some letters en the train. While
he was gene some one rifled the money
drawer of S-t?.flS-
The Ktnery Wheel Unrated.
OwENsnoue, Ky., Aug. 10. Jim
Wren, n sawyer at Cottrell's mill, was
sharpening a saw Friday with an em
ery wheel when the wheel burst One
piece struck him en the head, crushing
the skull. He died in six hours.
Pendleton's Ex-Treaiarer Short.
Falmouth, Ky. Aug.10. Ex-treasurer
J. W. Higgles has been found 88,998.40
short in his accounts, according te a
report submitted te the fiscal court
Suit will probably be Instituted.
Stricken With Faralala.
Lexinoten, Ky.,Aug.l0. Mr. Rebert
Davis, the postmaster of Rectervllle,
was stricken with paralysis In church.
He is still unconscious, with no hopes
of his recovery.
Marahal Mark' Aaaallant Id JbIL
Owinesvii.IJC, Ky., Aug.10. Beb Var Var
ber, who shot Marshal Mark at a pic
nic last Saturday has been arrested
and is new In jail here, awaiting trial
New Keataeky Pest OflSee.
Washinoten. Aug. 10. A sew pest
office has been established at Publla,
Pulaski county, Ky.
I Skill rraetared.
Lancaster, Ky. Aag. 10. Cfeas. Ball
was throws frew a horse aad had hit
lilSlSi All our 10-cent Lawns, 1 11 111
II IfflSi Dimities and Ducks at , J I
111' BRwNma & - 101
jJ HEAR OF CC
Ift IIV-AT THE
fQW" SHOE HOUSE
5?F- B. RANSON & CO.?
On this Rack you will find summer footwear
at your own prices.
- shoddy stuff bought ter the purpose of de
Nll ceiving you usually find in the clearance
X1 v sales of the day. 1VT. But the very best
Shoes made, and up te J ( ) date styles, tee. If
it's bargains you want, w come quick.
F. B. RANSON & GO.
Ne. 31 tVest Second Stieet.
CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS, MTTJLNGS.
And Housekeeping Goods Generally Always en Hand
All our 8 nnd
10 ivut Wash Geed-",
0 cents per yard.
All our 12J, 15 nud 20 cent Wnsli
Goods, such ns Lnwn, Uimltles &c,
10 cents per yard.
Fifty and CO cent quality, all wool .',,,, Rug,nni, Ilcl, curtains
Serges and Novelties, 3!l cents per greatly reduced. The.se bargains are
yard. -pet cah only. Give us a call.
PAUL HOEFLICH & BRO.
THE MAYSVILLE REPUBLICAN
WEEKLY PUBLIC LEDGER.
$150 A YEAR!
Address THOS. A. DAVIS, Maysville. Ky.
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Misses nnd Ladles' at 10 cents, worth
15 cents; Misses nnd Ladies' nt 25 cents,
worth 35 cent": Misses nnd Ladies' nt
3Hfr cents worth 50 cents.
All wool Carpet nt 40 cents a yard;
Rrnstls r.irnxt T0 rtmtu for 7ii pentq
Did you ever think- that relatives or friends
wbe have raoved te distant places gene West,
perhaps, te grew up with the country are si
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the weekly edition et The Public Ledger con
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