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r PUBLIC WEEKLY JtEPUBLICAlf-mi. DAILY PVHLIC LEDQER-mt. Maysville Weather. ITUat My Be KxpAeI Ifrre Iiirln the Next ThtrtyVsIx Heur. THE LEDOER CODE. White streamer rxin; Dlue-RAix or snow; Black aiievb 'twill warmeb grew. Black nKNKATit-ceLDKn 'twill be; If Black't net shown no change well see. tifBTe above ferrcatti are made for a period el thtrtyilx heuri, ending at t o'clock tomorrow eve ning. KTIf you have frlendi t tilling you, or 1 you are going en a vUU, pUatt dreit u a note te that effect. -Miss Elizabeth Schwartz is visiting In St. IiOiils. Miss Mayme Archdeacon is at Blue- lfck Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Jehn H. Holten are home from Indianapolis. Mr. Patrick Sammons is spending a few days at Glen Springs. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hall returned yesterday from Chautauqua, N. Y. Mrs. Kitty Yeung is the guest of Mrs. Bettle Martin of Millersburg. Miss I, Ida M. Mills of Flemlngsburg is visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mills. Miss Elizabeth Peyten Key of Wash ington is new at Ceat's Springs, Ind. Mrs. P. P. Parker and Miss Shanklln return today from French Lick Springs, Ind. Mr. C. J. Arthur of the county visited relative- at Millersburg the ilrst of the week. Miss Louise Parrish has returned te Paris after a visit (e Miss Li da Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hunter are down from Mlllersburg visiting relatives in the county. Miss Leuie Itrueref Paris will leave tomorrow for a trip te Niagara Falls, Terente and ether points. Misses Mary Holle and Jennie Kudy arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. Albert ijchatzmann in the county. Miss Theresa E. Strorie of Chatta nooga is the guest of Miss Marie An (Irons Strode of the county. Mrs. Themas A. Davis and Miss Mollie T. Edmonds returned this morn ing from Healing Springs, Va. Mis Florence Kobb will be a mem ber of a house party given this week by Miss Elizabeth Knrr of Lexington. Misses Clara and Theresa Faber of Newport and Mrs. Albert Shaffer of 'Cincinnati are guests of Miss Agnes Dinger. P.. F. Yazell and little daughter, Ellie, after spending a week with his mother and ether relatives in this county, left Monday morning for his home at Westminster, O. Sissy Cash, arrested for robbery, was dismissed yesterday in the Pelice Court. The storm at Maysllck last Sunday afternoon was ene of the most sovero ever wltnessed in that locality. Llght Jiiug struck a range fn the house of Mrs. Jehn T. Wilsen, badly damaging It. Trees in the neighborhood wero struck)' lightning and fired, a barn unroofed and several ether outbuild ings mere or less damaged. THE BEE Pi JiU AM -1 - a - The Rough Rider Hats Have met with a splendid roceptlon. They are certainly well adapted for knock about wear, with a style about thorn that gives the wearer a docldedly launty ap pearance The various shapes, such as Oavaller, Lawten, Ladysmith, 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. Prlces 71c te $1.69. Shirtwaists at Less Than Cost. Wo'hevo determined net te carrv ever any Shirtwaists. Every inducoment will be offerod Te sell 'em quickly. Prices have been still mera reduced, and whotheryou need a waist for thU or next season's wear It will pay you te buy new- ?l.50walsts are new OSc: the $1 kind are 69c; these that wero 76c are marked lewn te 60e, and se en through the list. They ceme both white and colerod. All ft t V I C S YOUR ATTENTION! Is called te our Silk artd Press Gepds Department. Frem new until the fall foil son Ib fairly opened there will be U8w"ftrrlvals in these departments almost qvery day. We. have already en hahd 6vej- rflfty dlfforent fall shades of plain Taffeta Silk, sold olsewhera at $1, ririced bore" at Kta: mere te ceme. New French Flan Flan nel. Svbolines, Sdltels, yranite and Vdhitlan Cleths, Cheviots, Hemespuns, termSerG08,Olay( Worsteds.onrlUas, Gelf Suitings, Plaids, 50ote$2.50 yard. ,:-.tiifi'c'rii)iTi mmc0? ?mmmmm mam? xAirr XAYaVILLE MAYSVILLE, KY, WEDNESDAY, AUQUST 15, 1900. Fer the purest Paris Green call at Ray's Postefllco Drugstore." USTMrs. Joe Weed, bearding, '25 East Third street, Convent property. BXrif you lime an lU-m or iichu, plrrue rail up The LrtHltrer, Telephone iKl, and let u liuie It. Q. W. Rogers & Ce.'s whisky is guaranteed te be strictly straight and pure. Ne spirits orrectillod goods sold. The marriage of Mr. Jehn Adams and .Miss Mayme Shermau will take take place tomorrow morning at 7 o'clock at St. Patrick's Church. Mr. J. Harbour Russell is further beautifying his handsome Third stroet rosldence by having a neat iron fence put around the top cf the feet wall. - The greatest skin specialist In America originated the formula for Banner Salve. Fer all skin (licenses, n'l cuts or sores, and for piles . 'n the most healing medicine. J. Jns. Weed c Sen and Armstrong & Ce. Mr. Jehn W. Henln received $3,150 insurance en his resldence which burned recently at Flemlngsburg. He will begin work atonceon a new house. Judge Charles E. Hoeo has resigned as County Judge of Fleming tp accept an $1,800 clerkship in the Auditor's olllce at Frankfort. The Fiscal Court will meet August 21st te select a suc cessor te J ml go Heec. Jehn Brewer, the five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs, Jehn A. Fisher, died Thursday last at t'e home of his pa rents at Chlllicethc, O. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher wero formerly of this city, Mrs. Fisher being Miss Mattle Hall of the West End. There have been 100 books taken from the New Public Library, en each of the past four Saturdays. Let the geed work go en. Let new subscribers come in each week. Beginning with Friday, September "th, the day for having the Library open will be' changed te Fri day. Let all nete this change. The Synod of Kentucky of the Pres byterian Church will meet In Flem lngsburg October 8 next. It will be In session from Monday till Friday, and during the same week a centennial celebration will be given by the con cen con gregatiou at that place. The Ebenezcr Presbytery also meets there that week. In the opening parade of the Elks' Fair at Lexington Monday, Miss Res sle McCann was awarded the prlze for the handsomest decorated runabout. The prize was a pair of plaster figures, valued at $25. The wagon Is described as ene of the most unlque productions of the parade. The efTect was a Japa nese one and the Japanese color scheme was carried out perfectly. A large um brella formed a canopy for the vehicle, and around and underneath this were fans and lanterns of Japanese design. Miss McCann was accompanied by Miss Jane Tedd Watsen, both of whom were dressed In Japanose cestumes. The trap was followed by a footman. Miss Gay Durrett will entertain at her home at Washington tomorrow ovo evo ove ning in honor of her guest, Miss Edna Durrett, of Macen, Ga. Everybody Reads the OAJLT . PUBLIC. LEDGER for the Xatest YWs. HIVE . -'fr LEDGER UEPVBLWAN. Mrs. Jehn T. Short Is critically 111 at her rosldenco en East Third stroet. H. Clay Current, a prominent Hour Heur bon county farmer, died Saturday, aged 03. Dr. J. Allen Dodsen, who has been seriously ill for a woek or se, is some what improved. JSTAmeng the geed institutions of Maysvllle is the Manhattan Restaurant of Mr. Jas. A. Wallace, Frent and Mar ket streets. During the Fair it afforded prompt and satisfactory service te a vast number of strangers; and visitors will always find there quick service and moderate charges. The regular monthly business meet ing of the Epworth League of the M. K. Church, Third street, will be held to night at 7:30 at the Church. Every otll etll otll cer and member is urged te be present, MAY INTEREST YOU. Letters Awaiting Claimants at the Maysville Postoffice. Helew Is a list of letters remaining uncalled for at the city Postellico for the week ending August 11, 1900: Clut.er, Jamet I'aj liter. Mrs, Isabella (illllKan,Mlsi Maggie 1'rt-sldent of Farmers Ueti'h, MlsnSara l'atter- Link, son Scott, Mri. 1 K. Unix, II. W.ii) Wllkpmen, Mlis Minnie HIcKey, Mini Nan T, One cent due en each of above. Persons calling for these letters will plcanc say that they are advertised. CliAItKNCK MATHKWS, P. M. . BROKE THE TIEUP! Senators Take Twe Games, en Ac count of Added "Averages." The Senators and All Sorts had it last night, and hut for 55 pins added te the former's score en account of individual "nverages" of members of the All Sorts, the would have remained the same as before. The scores were as follews: Senators. R. A. Carr 115 110 C. C. Hepper 118 130 J.H. Russell 135 110 W. H. Cox H'2 lit! T. M. Rus-ell 115 15(1 C15 097 Add for averages. ... 55 55 700 752 012 720 5S 32 All Sorts. W. M. Archdeacon 103 US J. V. Kackley 123 105 Judge Newell 112 125 Judge Wall 101 121 . Dr. Smoe' 110 ltil CA2 720 Standing of the clubs is as fellows J'lmicd IPeu, Lnnt. Per rent. Senater . . 5 1 " Huhes n I 4 Vjn rrotVRilenals 8 I 4 1m AllSerti . . .S ) 5 175 any one at any time for any reason hat any caune te "kick" in any icay at anything of any html, here's the place te ay M say. The deer is open walk right in enii help yeurielf, free gratia and for nothing but don't make your "klckt" tee lengit'a the thert, quick fellow that count and cut. $&fThe natne of the kicker must aecem pariy ""' kick, or ft'll be klckeil into the wate-ba$ket, AHOUT THAT 1IOSK. Sunieul Hie hoteheiiRht liy the city ami "Kuar anitHMl'Msas worthless the cuarantcp. Public Ledgei , The hese referred te was bought in 1S(K5 and the guarantee expired in 1S99. J. C. Mi i.i.Kit, Agent for Stephon Ballard Rubber Ce. Z?uHeii. It will be ebserved thatTiiK LnneKit said net a word about the manufacturer of the hese or the agent who sold It te the city; but as Mr. Miller has seen lit te expese what The Lkdeiiii cencealed, Thk Lkdeku will go further Inte the matter and de a little "expesin' " en Its own hook. The hese was bought by the city In 1890, and It was guaranteed for four years. Mi. Miller himself admitted te Thk Lkixikk that the "four years clause" really meant "three years," inasmuch as the Ballard Company reckoned the entire calendar year In which the pur pur chase was madel In ethor words, If they had sold the liose December 31, 1890, guaianteelng it for ene year, the guarantee would have onded the very next day, because the calendar year of 1890 had oxptredi Se in regard te any ether number of years. If this isn't a "slick trick" Thk Lkd Lkd ekh will be glad te have seme ene riame It. it all events, the city dndsAvere evi dently hoe-dooed by it; ahd It Isn'tr ac cording te the generally accep ted Idea of a four years guarantee. PRICE ONE CENT. Craddock's Medicated Blue Seap, 10? per cake, at Chenewoth's Drugstore. See Murphy the Jeweler's offer In Diamonds, Watches. Jewelry and Sil verware. These bargains cannot be equaled In this city or elsewhere. Spe cial prlces 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. Thov dread of people with weak lunga who suiter from stubborn coughs Is con sumption. Feley's Heney and Tar, If taken In time, cures the cold, heals and rtrpngthens the lungs and always cures Incipient consumption. J. Jas. Weed at Sen and Armstrong & Ce. . w n Sema threo wceks age whlle dusting in his stere at Minerva, Mr. Themas S. Hawcs placed an egg In a glass tumbler, and In replacing goods en the shelf the tumbler and egg became lest and forgotten. Last Sunday morning Tem and his mother heard the chirp of n chicken and after some time located the noise and found a chicken nearly out of the shell in the tumbler. This is no snake story as they have the chicken, which Is well and hearty. LONG TIME AGO! Werd Frem a Maysville Schoolboy of Sixty-Three Years Agejie! Thk Lkdekh Is in receipt of this echo from a long past Tdscai.oesa, Ala., Aug. 7, 1900. Mr. Editer: I left Maysville in lb37 sixty-three years age. I have always felt an interest in the old town, and have often wished te visit it. I went te school te Rand and Riche son at the Maysville Seininarv; have a vivid recollection of the Poyntzes, Cellinses, Coxes, Langherncs, God Ged dards, Januarys, Houstons, Mertens, Ac. Are any of the teachers or pupils of that school living? Hew happy I would be te hear from nny ene of them. Will net seme familiar name gladden an old man's heart by writing te W. C. RiciiAimON'. BOND'S SPECIFIC CURES ASTHMA AND HAY FEVER. Maysvillk, Ky., Aug. 6, 1900. Proprietor Bend's Specific, Maysville, Ky,: After taking treatment from spe cialists in Buffalo, Chicago New Yerk and Cincinnati for asthma, with only temporary 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 for lUelf unsurpassed by any medicine en the market. Very sincerely yours, DkWitt C. Fkvn-klin, D. D. S. Fer sale at Henry W. Ray's Postelllce Drugstore. The rlver is new se low at Pittsburgh that it cannot be reglstered. Engineer Charles Watsen, formerly of the Tacemu, Is new en the tow-beat Gate City. The Sunshine and Stanley have quit the Pomorey trade en account of low water. The latter beat has entered ene of the lower river trades. Captain Jehn Oyler, the Master of the ill-fated Dick Brown, is new lo ci. t;d In Louisville, and is acting as a "runner In" for a steamboat line there. The V. S. District Attorney at Pitts burgh is causing Englncers lets of trouble. He has Hied a large batch of Information against several, charging them with carrying excessive steam. The directors of thoMenongahola and Ohie Jttver Transportation Company have (lecided te send the Francis J. Terrance en a speclal trip te New- Orleans the middle of next November. The company has set no price as the cost of the trip, but it will net be ever $100, and will consume forty days time. The trip going down will be made in two weeks, and step-offs from ene, te three days will be made at Cincinnati, Louisville, Memphis and VIekshurg. A recent rather close survey of the amount of coal afloat in the Pittsburgh harbor and the peels of the Mononga Menonga Monenga hola rlver places the amount at COO coal coal beats and 300 brges. This Is equiva lent te nearly 19,000,000 bushels of coal. Eery lump of It Is owned by the Pitts burgh comhine, whose cumbrous name is the Monengahola River Consolidated Ceal and Coke Company. This concern has played in tough luck this season In regard te water. There have been llve or six rises out of the Kanawhjj, and only one from Pittsburgh thatamounted te anything. Ihes It Pay Te Iluy Cheap? A cheap reniedy for coughs and celdt Is all right but you want Hemethlng that will relieve and cur the mere severe and dangerous result) of threat and lung troubles What shall you de? Oe te a warmer and mere regular climate? Yes, If possible; If net possible for you, then lu either case take the only remedy that baa been Intro, duced In all civilised countries with succera In se vere threat and lung troubles, "Beachee'a Oer man Byrup." It net only heals and stlmulatesthe tissues te destroy the germ disease, but allays In In rfammaUencausea easy expectoration, gives a geed night's rnti ed cerea the paUen i. Try one bottle. Recommended -many !yar'.ty all drug, gtit In tn werld: Per tale byJ.&Pecer. , IMMgipft A' LEXINGTON AND RETURN. On account of Elks Fair, Herse Shew and Carnival the L. and N. Railway will sell round trip tickets te Lexing ten at ene rare Aagust l.itli te istli, in elusive; return limit August 20th. NATURAL BRIDGE, KY., AND RETURN. The L. nnd N. Railroad will run a series of excursions, leaving Maysville 7:10 a. in. Sundays, August 26th, Sep tember 9th and 23d, October 7th and JHst, arriving at Natural Bridge, Kv., 11:15; returning, leave 5:30 p. m. Fare for round trip 1.50. ALL ABOARD FOR THE RIPLEY FAIR. On account of the Ripley Fair the C. and O.will sell round-trip tickets Mays ville te Ripley at rte of 25 cents, ferry tickets included, which will be attached te the railroad ticket. Tickets en sale for trains of the 20th, 21st, 22d, 23d and 21th; return limit August 25th. 01IG0NUNK, THE PLACE OF CAVES. The only excursion resort combining instruction with pleasure. See the wonderful Stalactites and Stalagmites. A beautiful railroad ride along the Ohie river and among the Kentucky mountains. The C. and O. Railway will run excursions te Ollgenunk Sunday August 5th, 12th, 19th and 20th. Rates for the round trip from Maysville will be only 75 cents. MAMMOTH CAVE AND RETURN. Personally conducted excursion te Mammoth Cave, leaving Maysville at 5:15 a. m. August 28th, arriving at the Cave at 5:50 p. m. same day; returning, leaves Cave at 9 a. m. August 30th, ar riving at Maysville at 8:30 p. in. same day. Fare for round trip $5.50. The special low rate of $0 has been secured for this party at Mammoth Cave Hetel, for long and short routes in Cave antl heard during time mentioned above. As party is limited early application for tickets should be made te L. and N. Agent. EXCURSION RATES AUTHORIZED VIA THE C. AND 0. RAILWAY. Account G. A. R. meeting Chicago the C. and O. Railway will sell excur sion tickets at ene cent per mile. Au gust 25th te 29th, returning until Au gust 31 st, and until Scptember 2d If deposited with Joint Agent and upon payment of a fee of 50 cents. Account of Knights of Pythias Bien nial Conclave, Detroit, Mich., August 27th te September 1st, the C. and O. will sell round-trip tickets te Detroit at ene fare for the round-trip, August 25th, 20th, 27th, and 2Sth, geed returning un til September 5th, when executed by Joint AgenL LOW RATE EXCURSIONS TO COLORADO. On August 1st, 7th and 21st the Mir Mir seurl Pacific Railway will sell tickets te Colerado, Utah and the West en above dates at unusually low r.ttes. Shettest and quickest through car line between St. Leuis and Denver. Fer full information address A. A. Gallagher, D. P. A. Missouri Pacific Railway, Ne. 40s Vine street, Cincinnati, O.. or H. C. Townsend, G. P. and T. A., St. Lepis, Me. COLORADO VIA THE MISSOURI PACIFIC-ROCX ISLAND THROUGH LINE. August 1st, 7th and 21st are the dates of the next special excursions te Colo Cole rado, Utah, Seuth Dakota and Wvo Wve minp points. The Missouri Paclflc Paclflc Reck Island Through Line is the short est and quickest from St. Leuis. Only one fate, plus $2, for the round trip; tickets geed te return until Octeber31t. Fer further Information address A. A. Gallagher, D. P. A. Missouri Pacific Railway, Ne. 108 Vine r-treet, Cincin nati, O. The celebrated Egyp tian Ring, guaranteed te cure rheumatism. Your money back if it don't cure. BALLENGER, Jeweler and Optician. i lWsssgsss?! hosiery Underwear These stocks nre gathered with the most painstaking care. Ne ether stere we believe is half se particular about the character of its Under wear and Stockings. The variety, the finish, the lit and the quality in every grade are unmatched. We are building a reputation en thes'e two lines that we guard as zealously as a geed woman does an untar nished name. If mistakes occur as sometimes will give us a ohance for correction. We will be satisfied with nothing less than your un biased conviction, ours is the REST hosiery and underwear store. Here is news today of the very best values, for in hplte of low prices the goods are of exceptionally high character: Children's fie$e. IffleitiMl's lU'ie A PAIR A bargain for the little folks and a special one at that. Black, fast color of course, extra heavy knees, heels and tees, tine ribbed, elas tic and durable lUett.etr$ Rese. 25c A PAIU Fine cotton stock ings. All black or with white split feet. Fast black Lisle thread, plain or with pretty drop stitch patterns. Fer the same reason that windows are put in a heuse drop stitches are put in stock steck stock ingseor ventilation. men's Ralf Rese. 25c and 35c Llslp thread, fast black, tan and fancy colors all pretty, all new styles. B; WtfNT & SON. CSTMrs. L. V. Davis has all the new shades and shapes in "Rea'dy-te-Wcar" Hats. 4 rjxtreme het weather Is a great tax upon the digestive power of babies: when puny nnd feeble they should be given a dose of White's Cream Vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. J. Jas. Weed & Sen. S. D. Lyens and Miss E. M. Daven port of this county married last woek at West Union. ' Plump cheeks, flushed with the soft glow of health, and a pure complexion make nil women beautiful. Herblne Ira parts strength and vitality te the sys tem nnd tlte resv hue of health te fhn cheeks. Price, DO cents. J Jas. Weed & Sen. i i ii 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. 124 West Third street. Leave your work. . . QueiHen Anmcercrt. Yes, August i'lewer still bus the largest sale of any medicine In the cl lilted world. Your re ethers and grandmothers ne- er thought of using anything else for Indigestion or Biliousness. Doctors were scarce, and they seldom heard of Appendicitis, Nereus frustration or Heart Failure, etc. They usid 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 Mien feeling dull and bad with headaches nnd ether aches Yen only need n few doses of Oreen's August Flower, In liquid form, te make you satisfied there Is noth ing serious the matter with ou Fer sale by J. O. I'ecer. WE HAVE' Leng since demonstrated, net only te our satisfaction, but also te the satisfaction el 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 as ours in the quality of goods carried by them. What we particularly desire te dwell en in this advertise ment is our It is only a short time since that we added a Men's and Beys' Shee Department te our business. When wc did we looked only for the high est grades of Shoes that are piedticed. 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 jeu when the time comes 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. Underwear, ! 3 Ter se Cents. Light weight, whlre ribbed Lisle vests. Lew neck, sleeveless, silk taped neatly trimmed and finished. Ue$ts for a Quarter That have the appearance and net a whit less wearing quality than the best you ever bought for half a dollar. Net all slzes in each style but you're sure te find your number in the let. It is an instance that will repay prompt action. Customers assure us we have the best 15c vosteu the market and quick sales prove it. SB J3fa Jf. Ia-H II KrH B-a ft" I0J .