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f v, 14 yui i i ).: PUBLIC WEEKLY REPUIiLICAN-lBn. JDAILY PUBLIC LEDOElt-mt. fflaysvllle Weather. CTbnt Mny lie Expiated Here Daring the Wext Thlrly-dlx Heur. THE LEDGER CODE. White streamer fair; BIu-baix or SNOW! Elack above 'twill warukb grew. Mack BCVRATK-COLDER 'twill be; II Black' 1 net shown no change we'll see. Iffid BVThe above ferreaitt are made for a period el tMrtyttx heuri, ending at S o'clock tomorrow eve ning. 1 Bar If you have frltndt vtiltlng ieu, or If you art going enavlttt, pltaie drop ut a note te that effect. Mr. Perry Frankel is visiting his family at Atlantic City. Miss Jennie Howe of Ludlow is vL ing rglatlves in this city. it- Mr. Ernest Daulton is up from clnriatl te remain n week. Cln- Miss Agnes Grant has returned from a visit te relatlves at Vanceburg. Miss Violet Graham left yesterday for a visit te rolatives in Fleming. Mrs. S. I). Chunn and Miss Emma Schwartz were in Cincinnati yesterday. Miss Vina Brooks of Indiana Is visit ing Miss Leena Cobb of Ferest avenue. Mrs. Helmes of near Georgetown, O., Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. G V. Gelsel. Mr. William Gerroll of Topeka, Kas., is the guest of his brother, Mr. Allen Gerrell. Mr. Ryan Tayler of Cincinnati is the guest of Hr. W. F. Petry of KM East Fifth street. Mr. Ed. L. Steker of Covington spent Sunday with Miss Ora Mitchell of East Third street. Miss Nanneta morning te visit ville, W. Va. Murphy left this friends In Mounds- Miss Louise Winter has returned te her home at Newport after a v'sit te relatlves here. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cobb and daugh ter liave returned from a pleasant visit te rolatives in Indiana. Miss Ella Hutchisen of Memphis, Neb., after a visit here te relatives, left yesterday for Princeton. Miss Mayme dinger of Marietta, O., lias returned te her home after a visit of two months te friends in this city. Miss Alice 11 an ford arrived last eve ning from Covington te be the guest of Mih? Mayme Sauvary of East Second street. Messrs. J. 1. Salisbury and James Harbour have returned tfrem a two weeks outing en Klnnikennlck, Lewis comity. Mr. and Mrs. Rebert Lane, after visit ing friends and relatives of this city, have returned te their home in Middle town, O. Miss Bettle Procter has returned from a visit at Cirelevllle, O., accom panied by her sister, Mrs. Walker Baughman, and two little daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Rebert Lamb of Dayton, Mrs. Eva Dews and Miss Weber of Newport, and Mr. and Mrs. Kidder of Washington spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gerroll of East Third .street. THE BEE The Rough Rider Hats Have met with a splendld roception. They are certainly well adapted for knook kneok knoek ' about wear.wlth a style about them that gives the woarer a docidedly Jaunty ap pearaneo. The various shapes, such as Oavaller, Lawten, Ladysmlth, Marl borough and Dakota, all te be found In our stock, are -absolutely the very latest .and will be most popular for fall wear. They ceme in many colors. Prices 79c te $1.89. Shirt-waists at Less Than Cost. We have detormined net te carrv ever any Shirtwaists. Every inducement will be effered te sell 'em quickly. Prices have been still mero reduced, and whether you need a waist for this or next season's wear It will pay you te buy new. 11.50 waists are new OSc: the $1 kind are 09c; these that wero 75a are marked down te 50c, and se en through the list. They ceme both white and colored. All styles. YOUR ATTENTION! Is called te our Silk and Dress Goods Denartment. Frem new until the fall seas son is fairly openod there will be new arrivals in these departments almost every day'. We have already en hand evor fifty Silk, sold' elsowhere at SI. nrlced here at priceu Here at ..! OwknllHAa C3r.14nl 4"3w..MtA m n .1 (fHllfnn fllntlia il. Afrtte llnniaannna .Storm Herges, Olay.Werifeds, Henriettas, .ta.w M ".'rr. . j- wm i im lmX-' v.OT CI mm DA3XY STAYS VJLLE MAYSVILLE, KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1900. Mrs. Jehn Lytle of relatives here last week. Paris visited Mr. Courtney Kespess is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. . McCann of Lexington. Miss Mary Poyntz id the guest of the family of Mr. Jehn Talbott of Lexing ton. Miss Lucille Robertsen Poarce, who has been sojourning at Glen Springs for sevorel weeks, will return homel Sunday. Master Jehn Lytle has returned te his home in Paris, after visiting the family of Mr. Elias Scudder and at tending the Fair. Mr. W. E. Mullincaux of Seuth Charleston, O., Is here visiting his family, who has been spending the summer with Mr. 8. P. Bridges of Commerco street. Mr. and Mrs. Jehn T. Martin, Misses Lutie Otte and Pattle Russell Carr of this city and Mr. Martin's father of Lexington will leave Thursday te spend a mouth at Peteskey, Mich. ' II EH JfKW HAT. The plcture of Innocencol That's hew she looked. But there was a price en her bead. All the people could see It "Three soventy-nine; Reduced from $5," it read. Philadelphia Preas. . - S" If yen Iibtp jui Item of news, plciue rail u The Ledger, Telephone 33, and let n luiTe It. t i Mr. Jeshua Luman is recovering from a recent sovero Illness. J2TMrs. Joe Weed, bearding, 25 East Third street, Convent property. Peter PfetTer, kicked en the leg by a herse Saturday, Is able te hobble about. JSTCeunters for sale, at less than cost of lumber. Apply te I. M Lanh. Last week's receipts by the Wiede mann Company at the Opera-house were about $100. The steel fixtures that were te have been placed In the Clerks' elllces must have struck a knot. The weather was se het last week that It "busted" a couple of thermomcters In Ray's show-window. The Senaters and All Sorts will play their postponed game at the Bowling Alleys tonight at 8 o'clock. The biennial conclave of the Uni formed Rank, Knights of Pythias, will open at Detroit August 20th. An aftermath of the Fair was a dozen jagglsts with their little jaglets In Judge Wad.wverth's Court yesterday. That Fleur sale at 10 cents for a 25 pound saek was a big surprlse te our trade. II. E. Laneden it Ce. The gross earnings of the L. and N. for the first week of August were $199, 475, an Increase of 10,105 ever the corre sponding week last year. Of seventeen cases that wero heard In the Police Court yesterday cloven of them wero dismissed, one en motion of the City Attorney. Thore appears te be a race as te which policeman can scere the greatest number of arrests. Everybody Reads the PUBLIC LEDGER for the Xatast ffews. HIVE: different fall shades due: 80c: mero te ceme. New Kronen Flan- GeU Suitings, Plald, 50ote2.50 yard.- ww a.M: 4ml &jir am - - vamflBftr-w .tiuiki f r-VVT 'A' &M kB ImmW, mmW Ml mU HB mm uiww- i7 LEDGER REPUULICAX. "THEY HIT UPON POWERS.' Lexington Jfei alit. It is perhaps due te Colonel Themas C. Campbell te give editorial space te the following sentonces In the repert of Dr. O'Maheny of an Interview with him in Georgetewn: Fiem Dr. O'ilnheny'i Letter. I had a talk today with Colonel Campbell, of counsel for the prosecu tion. I asked him te tell me, and, through me, The Herald and Its readers, why he had, or the prosecution had, placed Caleb Powers enttlal. Colonel Campbell, In a most Interesting way, proceeded te analyze the case. IIe said that after the crime of Goebel's assassi nation hud been committed they looked around for the man with the motive. They hit upon Powers, among ethers, because he was an ambitious man and wanted te become the leader of the Re publicans of the state. Having found the man with the motive, there was no dilllculty in finding the man with the purpose. Colenol Campbell firmly bo be lieves in the guilt of Caleb Powers as an accomplice before the fact. That his belief is net shared generally cuts no ilgure. It Is certain that he will be ene of the main advocates of conviction before the Jury. uoienci uamnbeii said that it Had been his aim te have no testimony in troduced that was net thoroughly relia ble. He distinctly disavowed responsi bility for Weaver. He said that when the Weaver story was first told him he advised that, as Weaver displayed lit tle knowledge of Frankfort, he betaken te the locality, se that he might be able te designate place-. This was over ruled and the Weaver testimony was admitted, with the results already known. The responsibility for Weaver Colenol Campbell placed upon Mr. S. K. Hendrlcksi The fact, however, that Colenol Campbell thought It wertli whlle te disavow, through The Herald, responsibility for the Weaver episode is a matter worthy of consideration at this time. We forbear te make any further com ments that have been horetoforo made en the introduction of the notorious strolling barber, Weaver, until Mr. Hendricks has opportunity te deny the grave charges made against him by his associate counsel or rather by his leader in this prosecution. Mr. Hendricks ewes it te himself and his reputation as lawyer and gentleman, he ewes te the people of his district who have honored him te repel this charge. The admission made by Colonel Campbell that after the murder of Mr. Goebel "they looked around for the man with the motive and hit upon Powers" Is no doubt partly sincere. It is no doubt accurate that without re gard te any testimony "they hit upon Powers" and upon ethers; and having "hit" upon Powers and the ethers they went te work te establish au appearance of guilt; "te make a case;" e Hint tostlmeny te maintain the "hit." This is only another and equivalent phrase te the new Immortal phrase of Mr. James Andrew Scott "te damn the Re publican party and hang Tayler." Having deliberately formed the plau, selected the victims and gotten pos session of the legal machinery of the state and the county, they secured the services of detectives of all degrees and kinds; and then forced thoTJnact theTJnact ment of the 1100,000 bleed meney bill. The mere proposal te pass such a measure areused every unscrupulous bleed-sucker In Kentucky ; awakoned scores of unprincipled scoundrels, who bvmii mntler Ter publication uiu i ' ""dei '" """ o'clock u. m. I The Elks ten. Fair Is new en at Lexing- William Washington has filed suit for divorce from Annie Washington. Franklin Bryant of Tollosbero has been granted a pension of fti per mouth. The tenth biennial conclave of the Catholic Knights of America will be held In Louisville September 11. The Lkdcikr acknowledges the re ceipt of a complimentary te the Ewing Fair, which begins September 5th and continues four days. "Governer" Beckham has pardoned Edward Stephens, who get twenty-one years for killing Jasen Mlller of Scott county whlle the former was Marshal of Midway in lb97. Mr. Charles H. Frank slipped and fell near the First 'Baptist Church last night and fractured his right wrist. The Injury is very painful and will dlsable him ter several weeks. About $1,000 has been contributed by the Llberal Societies of Kentucky, Indi ana and Ohie toward paying the ex penses of the trlul of Editor C. C. Moero in the United States Court at Louisville In Octeber. The Clerks of the Court of Appeals are filing opinions of the Court written from June, 1899, te June, 1000. Thore wero L'.tX) doelsiens during the year, and the Court has gained en the big number of cases en Jlle en previous years. The new docket is belng prepared and will probably be smaller than last year. August 23 is the last day en which cases may be filed te be heard at Sep Sep Sep tomber term. MAMMOTH CAVE AND RETURN. Personally conducted excursion te Mammoth Cave, leavlng Maysville at 6:15 a. in. August 28th, arriving at the Cave at 5:60 p. m. same day; returning, loavea Cave at 9 a. m. August 30th, ar riving at Maysville at 8:30 p. m. same nay. jrare rer reuna inn .ee. me special low rata of $0 has been secured for this party at MammotlftSave Hetel, forgone and ahert reu.tea in Cave and beard' during' time mentioned abovev As party is limited early application for tickets should be made. PRICE ONE CENT. at once went te work In the hepe of se curing part of that bribe. It is net the payment of bribes that corrupts half se much as the hope and premise of bribes. Many of these who have ilgured upon the amount they will receive from that bribe will be disappointed; many who have direct or implied premises will find themselves cheated at the end. It is probable that the $100,000 has been premised ever and ever again. It tempted the cupidity; It whetted the appetite of many who will never ap pear In the case. These bribes were net that the real murderers should be discovered; that men should tell the truth as It actually was; but the vic tims having been selected, that the "confessions" and discoveries should be te convict theso victims and estab lish that theory. The guilty parties were net wanted unless they were these who had been "hit upon." Any "con "cen "con fesslons," any .dlscovcrles which did net lmpllcate these selected victims were net wanted. And se long as the trials were confined te the reports sent te the Campbell papers, the prosecu tion was perfect, the testimony quite concluslve and the theory well sus tained by "confessions" and statements of counsel for the prosecution. But when the trial was In Courts even in the Scott Circuit Court when the wit nesses were under oath and subjected te cress-examination even when the cress-examination was hampered, and embarrassed by adverse rulings, the prosecution became the real defendant, the witnesses wero put en trial and the theory falls under the weight of perjury and perjurers. Mr. Goebel was foully murdered; his assassins ought te have been discovered. Honest and capable detectives ought te have unravelled the apparent mys tery, and no doubt would have discov ered the murderer or murderers and had him or them brought te deserved pun ishment. It is net impossible that these criminals are known te some of these connected with the prosecution. But every step taken by theso who owned the machinery of the prosecution had the appearance of being taken te pre vent an oxhaustlve and perfectly im partial investigation. The arrest of Harland Whittakcr, of Silas Jenes and of ethers; the pretended "confessions" of Youtsey, Culton, Combs and similar events In the light of what has bcen revealed seemed te have been for the purpese of confusing the real truth and securing the conviction of these "hit upon." The discovery of the criminals ought yet te be made. It is a blot upon the state that theso who, shot Mr. Goebel have net been discovered. We trust that tlie guilty persons will be discov ered and punished. But the prosecu tion must coase te be a mere political movement for the purpose of making political advantage. Cupable and hen est detectives must take the place of these who have disgraced the state aud then the trials must be had bofeie Juries net picked by partisans and bofero a Court that will de That Fleur sale at 40 cents for a 25 j.eunti sack wari a blg sur,,ri8e te our trade. H. K. Lanciden A Ce. The state authorities say thore will be noencampmontof state troops this year, as thore are no funds available for that purpose. At Lexington a shirtwaist brigade has been formed among the men, the mem bers of which are subjected te u flne of $10 for wearing a coat. At Chicago recently a herd of short horn cattle were sold that brought the highest average prlce since 18SI. The highest priced bull brought $1,510 and the highest price paid for a cow was $2,000. Forty-four females averaged $798.52 and 15 males, $779.32. - TO CLHA.VSU THE SVSTUM Effectively yet gently, when costlve or bulleus, te permanently oveicemo ha bltunl constipation, te awaken the kld neyi and liver te a healthy activity, with out irritating or weakening: them, te dis pel headaches, colds or fevers, use Syrup of Figs,. made by the California Fig Syrup Ce. NEW MAIL SERVICE. Commencing Tomorrow Twe Trains Will Carry Mail. Mere Commencing tomorrow, August 15th, additional railway mall service will be established en C. and O. trains Ne, '2, Eastbound, 1:31 p. in., and Ne. 17, West bound, 8:50 a. in. The Maysville Postellico will ex change mail with both trains dally. Train Ne. 10, Kastbeund, 10:05 a. m., will contiuue te be a mail train as al ways. - lh( II I'ny Te ttuy Cheap? A cheap remedy for coughs and colds Is all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the mere severe and dangerous results of threat and lung troubles What shall you de? (Je te a warmer and mere regular cllmater Yes, If possible; If net possible for you, then In either, case take the only remedy that baa been Intro duced In all civilized countries with succei sin se vere threat and lung troubles, "Boschee's Oer man By nip." It net only heals and stimulates the tissues te destroy the germ disease, but allay In flammatlen causes easy expectoration, gives a geed nljh'fsrrst, and cures the patient, Try one bottle. RecewimsBded'manj' years by.all drag, gists In the world; Fer sal byJ.'O. Pecer. Fer the purest Paris Uroen call at Ray's Postefllco Drugstore. All hills against the Masen County Fair Company, if presented te Mr. Liarry C. Curran, will he paid. Mrs. William R. Gill foil and breke two of her ribs at her home in the county a few days age. Masen county Is represnted by two pupils In the Heuse of Reform at Lex ingten, ene colored and ene uncolored. The greatest skin specialist in America originated the formula for Banner Salve. Fer all Bkln diseases, all cuts or sores, and for piles It's the most healing medicine. J. Jas. Weed & Sen and Armstrong & Ce. See Murphy the Joweler's offer In Diamonds, Wntches. Jewelry and Sil verware. Theso bargains cannot be equaled In this city or elsowhere. Spe cial prices en all goods in stock. New is your chance. At the prices we are making you can afford te lay the goods away until you need them. BOND'S SPECIFIC CURES ASTHMA AND HAY FEVER. Maysvii.lk, Ky., Aug. 0, 1900. Proprietor Bend's Specific, Maysville, Ky.: After taking treatment from spe cialists In Buffalo, Chicago, New Yerk and Cincinnati for asthma, with only temperary relief, I have been perma nently relieved by your Specific. I con gratulate you, sir, that you are proprie tor of such a remedy, which is bound te establish a record foritself unsurpassed by any medicine en the market. Very sincerely yours, DkWitt C. Fkanklin, D. I). ST Fer sale at Henry W. Ray's Postellico Drugstore. SECRET SOCIETIES. Members and Visiting Brethren Are Invited te Attend. DEKALH LODGE, I. O. O. F. Regular meeting this evening at 7:30 o'clock of DeKalb Ledge Ne. 12, 1. O. O. F. All members requested te be present. The A. O. U. W ning at 7 o'clock meet this ovc evc A. R. Hall, cer- nor Third and Market streets. Jajiks Dklantv, M. W. R. H. Wallace, Recorder. bTATK et Ohie, Citv ofTelkiio, i I.t'CAl C'OINTV. j" Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is the "senior partner of the tirtn of F. J. Cheney Ce., doing business In the city of Teledo, county and stale afore-Mild, and that mild rlrm will pay the mini of one hundred dollars for each and every eme of Catarrh that cannot he cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Fbank J. CilhXEV. Sworn te before me and subscribed In my pret ence till 6th day of December, A. D. 1M. () A. W. Glkamin-, iSfi) Notary rubllc. HrtllV Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and net directly en the bleed and mucous surfacts of the system Send fur testimonials free F J. CIIKNKV & CO.. Teledo. O. Sold by Drneslsts, fi cents. Hull' Family rills are the best. The celebrated Egyp tian Ring, guaranteed te cure rheumatism. Your money back if it don't cure. BALLENGER, Jeweler and Optician. P '. will at G. ill mmmKmmmmmmWm Y II Ij BALLENGER, ) Jeweler and Optician. ' SIMMER CORSETS A group of excellent kinds. There's the P. N. first. It wenld be a leader In any group. A tine Imported corset of batlste. High or low bust, medium or ex-' tia long waist, both styles prettily trimmed with lace. Three qualities. SI. 11.25. $1.60. The Ploxlbene is an unusually geed corset at a little price. Leng, medium rt waist, fl. The Amerlcan Lady also an inexpensive corset is light, md durable. Lew bust, short hips, lace trimmed. $1. An exceptionally value is the P. N. Corset of strong Jean in medium and long waist. 50c. or short cool and geed SUN SHADES! There has always been some doubt places us en the shady slde of life but the miting reiuge miner one ei ine lauies or inch Ami 811k Umbrellas we are new selling for $1 they Parasols for $1.50 is a practical saving) cause of their simplicity of shade and me particular. 1 ,. E. HUNT Craddock's Medicated Blue Seap, l(y per cake, at Chcnewcth'a Drugstore. J5?"Mrs. L. V. Davis haB all the new shades and shapes in "Heady-te-Woar" Hats. . '' Catholle Churcluss will observo to morrow as a holiday of obligation, it belng the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin. Fer digestive weakness, nervousness, pains In the side, flatulence, dizziness, wakefulness headache und ether annoy ing accompaniments of cestlveness, Her blne Is a prompt and unequaled remedy. Price, 60 cents. J. Jaa. Weed & Sen. . Country people dress as well as city folks, but te de that they must have clean and well laundered linen. Maysville Power Laundry can de your work and present you. Yeu pass its deer as you ceme te town, Ne. 121 West Third street. Leave your work. . , Question Amieered. Yes, August Flower still has the largest tale of any medicine In the civilized world. Year re ethers and grandmothers never thought of uslnc anything else for Indigestion or Biliousness. Doctors were scarce, and they seldom heard of Appendicitis, Nervous Prostration or Heart Failure, etc. They used August Flower te clean out the system and step fermentation of undi gested feed, regulate the action of the liver, stim ulate the nervous and organic action of the sys tem, and that Is all they took when feeling dull and bad nlth headaches aud ether aches. Yeu only need a few doses of Green's August Flower, In liquid form, te make you satisfied there Is noth ing serious the matter with you. Fer sale by J. O. I'ecer. WE HAVE: Leng since demonstrated, net only te our satisfaction, but also te the satisfaction of the public, that only the highest character of merchandise sat isfies our patrons. We ven ture te say that no clothing house in the state averages as high ns ours in the quality of goods carried by them. What we particularly desire te dwell en in this advertise ment is our HOES It is Oiily a short time since that we added a Men's and Beys' Shee Department te our business. When we did we looked only for the high est grades of Shoes that are produced. The result is mere than satisfactory. Our pur chases and sales of Fine Shoes have increased wonderfully. We are new receiving our fall stock. Whilst it is tee early te sell them, we invite you te step in and see what we have for you when the time conies te wear them. OUR STOCK OF SUMMER CLOTHING Is greatly reduced. Many of you are perhaps still unpro unpre vided with Summer Clothing. We have made sweeping re ductions en all light-weight goods. Take advantage of it and buy new. THE HOME STORE. HECHINGER&CO. as te the oxaet location of the line that doubt can be effectively dispelled b bv men's very line. fine, steel red, clese roll, 36- nave neon si.50. rc.50 The parasols are prettier perhaps be anea genuoweman's sunshade in every & SON. ..a & . mtm JLjkaL.