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DAILY, fcXCKPT SUNDAY. "
KOSSEIl & MCCARTHY,
OnoYcnr $100 Thtw Months ' 76
Six Mo-iths 1 W One Month 23
DELIVKHKI) HY CAUIUEK:
Per Week 6 cents
MONDAY, MAY 15, 1803.
Oonnratty fair wentlior, followed by light
shourrN) vurlnhle wind.
SIMPLE FACTS ABOUT GOLD.
"Tliero are certain important points
respecting the gold situation which are
not generally understood," says the Now
"The only present use the Government
has for gold is for the redemption of its
notes when presented. Very few of
them, comparatively, aro likely to bo
presented, because so long as they aro
certainly redeemable nobody wants them
redeemed excopt those who desire gold
"The $100,000,000 reserve is ample to
meet all demands for a long time to come,
oven should our expoit demand continue
"But the export demand cannot long
continue. Europo pays a dollar in some
thing for every dollar sont out of this
country, and as Europo must buy largo
quantities of grain, meat and cotton of us,
her capacity to pay for gold at the rate of
two or three millions a week cannot long
" Finally, should the gold reserve run
down towards the bottom, the Treasury
can immediately replenish it by soiling
bonds. The credit of this country is the
very highest in the world. Its bonds aro
worth more than their face in gold, and
if offered would bo taken up eagerly for
"Tho only thing that could produce a
real crisis as to the matter would be
doubt either of tho ability or of the fixed
purpose of our Government to pay all its
paper in gold on demand. Thero is no
where any shadow of doubt on either
point, and so there is absolutely no dan
ger in the fact that a temporary outflow
of gold has compelled the Treasury to
use some part of tho 100,000,000 reserve
for the purpose for which it accumulated.
Nor is thero tho least occasion for an
issue of bonds, seeing that our gold sup
ply is ample for all present needs."
This peems to I o a good time for bank
wreckers to get in their ork. They
can lay it all on the " stringency in the
The failure of two banks at Chicago
last week carried down quite a number
of smaller concerns in Ohio and Indiana.
Their troubles are all atti ibuted to "strin
gency in the money market," but tho
Louisville Times' Chicago correspondent
speaking of the collapso of the Chemical
National says : "The more the develop
ments in the failure come to light, tho
more it seems thero was the hand of a
Schwaitz or a Masonic's saver in tho
A majority of the Sinking Fund Com
mission has decided that tho convict
labor of the State could not bo tempo
rarily leased as desired by tho Mason
Foard Company, and tho labor is to be
advertised for peimanent leafce. " Honor
to whom honor is duo." Had it not been
for Governor Brown, Auditor Norman,
Attorney General Hendrick and Treas
urer Hale would have given tho Mason
Foard Company a temporary lease of
from 100 to 500 convicts under a contract
that the Governor demonstrated wasn't
much of a contract at all as far as tho
State's interests were concerned.
Mits. John Land and son and daughter,
of Washington, were coming down Third
sheet, west of Wall, Saturday at noon in
a buggy, when a portion of the harnoss
broke allowing tho vehicle to run
against tho horse, frightening him. The
animal dashed down tho street and ran
into a stairway leading to tho residonce
of Mr. Fred, Bauer, throwing Mrs. Lane
and her daughter out and bruising thorn
badly. The son escaped unhurt. Mrs.
Lane was taken to tho residence of Mr.
James Clarke and a physician summoned,
who dressed her injuries, after which
she was removed to tho residenco of her
sister, Mrs. A. Honan. She was able to
be taken to Jier homo yesterday.
Injured by a Falling Elevator.
Pat Collins and John Kellum, young
men employed at Dodson's wholesale
grocory, were seriously injured by a fall
ing elevator at 10 o'clock this morning.
Collins had his right shoulder blade
broker, and Kellum was injured about
Tho elevator was loaded with twenty
ilvo kegs of nails and fell from tho sec
ond floor to tho collar.
A. M. Campbell, real estate, loans and
Geo. "W. Sulser, law, fire insurance.
Mi. J. D. Quantz, V. S., returned from
Baltimore on Satuiday.
Mr. II. O. McDouglo, of Lexington,
spent Sunday in Maysville.
Dr. A. G. Browning has gone to Wash
ington City and Now York on business.
Captain James K. Lloyd came in Sat
urday to spend a few days with his fam
ily. Miss Maymo Kane returned yesterday
from a two weeks' visit to friends at Ports
Miss Sue Grant, of St. Albans, W. Va.,
is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Mollio Grant
Dr. John S. Hays and wifo leave to-day
for Washington City to attend the Pres
byterian General Assombly.
Mr. Thomas Gilmore, of Huntington,
spent Sunday hero with tho family of his
toother, Mr. M. R. Gilmore.
Miss Mary Alter Barbour returned
homo Saturday after a visit of several
we'eks at Danville and Richmond.
Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Strode returned Sat
urday from Fayette County, and will
spendfa week or two here with relatives.
Misses Mary Nolin, Anna jPorry and
Mrs.-David Dye leave to-day on theSher
ley to make the round trip to Charleston,
W. Va. t
Mrs. Sallio Thornley is at homo from
tho Georgetown College, where she
is teacher of music, and will remain for
Miss Lizzie, the handsome daughter of
Dr. J. L. Pythian, ofNewport, is tho guest
of Mrs. S. S. James, of Maysville. Cin
Judge Cole, Mr. A. M. J. rCochran
and Commonwealth's Attorney Sallee
went to Vanceburg this morning to at
tend Circuit Court.
Mr. M. C. Russell goes to Louisville to
day to attend a meeting of tho Kentucky
Wholesale Grocers' Association. He is
one of tho Directors.
Miss May Connelly, of Cincinnati, left
for her homo this morning after spend
ing a few days here, the guest of Mrs. M.
R. Gilmore, bf Limestone street.
Says tho Cincinnati Enquirer: "Colo
nel Mitltby travels between this city and
Maysville moro than any other traveling
man, and hasn't a pass on the raihoad,
Captain W. P. Walker, of Maysville,
one of tho best known river men in ante
bellum days, is visiting his son, W. P.
Walker, Jr., Freight Traflic Manager of
the O. and O. Railroad. Cincinnati En
quirer. The Late Charles Bland.
At a meeting of tho Executive Board
of tho Farmers' Mutual Aid Association
held May 8, 1893, in tho Mayor's office in
tho city of Maysville, Ky., a committee
having been appointed to. take proper
notice of the death ot Mr. Charles Bland,
a former member of tho board, reported
as follows :
Whereas, The Executive Committee of thla as
sociation Is sadly reminded of tho death of ono
ot its members, which hns occurred since its last
annual Bitting, by the conspicuous absenco of
Mr. Cbnrlcs island, of tho Sardls product, be lt
Jttsolitd, That in tho death of Mr. Bland this
board has had taken from It a most pleasant
and genial associate, a conservative and wise
counselor, and an honorablo member ; that the
association has lost a staunch advocate of tho
equity of its principles and tho economy of Its
plan; that his constituency, his immediate
neighbors and friends havcbcen deprhed of a
most worthy ofllcer and faithful representative.
Therefore, in recognition of his merit and in
perpetuation of his memory, be It
Haohcd, That the action of this board be spread
upon the official records of the association, nud
that these proceedings ho published lu tho
county papers, and a copy thereof be scut to
his bereft family.
Leslie Manncv, ")
Anthony Latham, Committee,
John B. IIolton, J
An Important Decision.
Tho following extract from a decision
of tllo Court of Appeals, delivered by
Judge Pryor in tho case of Hall vs. Com
monwealth, from tho Piko Circuit Court,
is of moro than ordinary interest. Judge
Pryor said :
The election of Circuit Judges on tho first
Tuesday alter tho first Monday in November,
1892, was valid whether or not tho act of tho
Legislature regulating tho election of Judges at
that tlmo was passed in accordauco with tho pro
vision of tho Constitution, And as tho provision
of tho Constitution directing tho election to bo
held at that tlmo is imperative, it was not neces
sary that there Bhould bo an emergency clause to
tho act of tho Lcglslaturo regulating tho elec
D. M. Runyon, insurance "office, Court
street, oyer Mitchell, Finch & Co.'a Bank.
FOR THE FARMER.
George W. Roilly has put out a peach
orchard of oyer 1,500 trees near Fjqm
ingsburg. ' , (
Mr. James N. Boyd, of Dovor, will have
fifty acres of .tobacco raised on his farm
Tho Flemingsburg Times-Democrat
" hits tho nail on the head" in tho fol
lowing: "Let us have a diversity of in
terests, so that tho prosperity of tho
country will not bo altogether depend
ent on tho staples of corn, wheat and to
bacco." Tho Price Current says: "Tho mar
keting of hogs the past week has fallen
short of expectations. Total Western
slaughtering 200,000, compared with 245,
000 tho preceding week, 255,000 last year
and 210,000 in 1891. From March 1 tho
total is 1,605,000, against 1,090,000 last
year decreaso, 325,000 hogs; tho de
crease for tho weok, b5,000. Returns
generally' indicate satisfactory quality.
Under the good demand that has pre
vailed prices have been advanced.during
tho week, and at tho closo average about
25 cents per 100 pounds higher than a
week ago, or approximately $7.55 as tho
average for Western markets now oper
Josoph Brady resigned as overseer of
roads in district No 13, voting precinct
No. 8, and W. H. Evans was appointed in
Real Estate Transfers.
Limestone Ileal Estato dnd Land Com
pany to Samuel Pangbttrn and wife,
lot No. 1 and the west half of lot No. 2
on East .Second street, in Hall's addi
tion to Sixth ward ; consideration 8 550 00
Orlando Wilson and wife to Annie and
Alice Coleman, a house and lot in tho
East End; consideration 430 00
Call on Duley & Baldwin, 205 Court
street, for first-class insurance.
The World's Columbian Exposition
Will be ofvalue to the world by Illustrating the
Inprovemcnts In tho mechanical arts, and emi
nent physicians will tell you that thejprogress in
medicinal agents has been of equal importance,
and as a strengthening laxative that Syrup of
Figs is far in advance of all others.
Great reduction in fine wall paper at
J. T. Kackley & Co.'s.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salvo in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum , fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale at J. James Wood's.
CINCINNATI DIVISION CHESAPEAKE AND OniO.
So. 2. .'9:15 a. m.
No. 20 7:20 p. m.
No. 18 4:40 p.m.
No. 4 8.02 p.m.
No. 1 C20 a. m.
No. 19 5.30 a.m.
No. 17 10.15 a. m.
No. 3 4:25 p.m.
,lcM tuentij-ilx minute to
get city time.
Nos. 19 aud 20 are the Maysville accommoda
tion, aud Nos". 17 and 18 tho Huntington accom
modation. Nos. 1 and 2 aro tho fast express and
Nos. Sand 1 tho F. F. V.
No. 4 (F. F. V.) Is a solid train with through
dining car and 1'ullmau sleepers to Washington,
Baltimore Philadelphia aud New York. Through
Pullman sleeper to Richmond, Va., and Old Potnt
Comfort. No. 2 Is a solid train with Pullman
Sleeper to Washington, making all eastern and
The accommodation trains aro dally except
Sunday; the rest aro dally.
Direct connection at Cincinnati for points West
and South, ,
Leaves Maysvtllo at
5:30 a.m. for Paris, Lox
lngton, Cincin'ti, Blch-
ston, Jelllco, Middlesborough, Cumberland Gap,
Frankfort, Louisville and points on N. N. and
M. V.-Kastern Division. ..,., .
Leave Maysvillo at 1;45 p. va. for Paris Cincin
nati, Lexington, Winchester, Richmond and
points on N. N. and M. V. Eastern Division.
Arrive at Maysville at 10.00 a. m. and:8:45 p. m.
All trains dally except Sunday.
Add twenty-six minutes to got city time.
fir ANTED-A good white girl to cook and do
YV housework in a small family. Apply at
; OST A Bunch of keys. Finder will leavo at
1 1 this ofllce and receive reward. 13-tf
On TIIUKSDAY, MAY SO, at 2 p. in., tho old
Jail property on tho corner of Fourth and Mar
ket streets will bo oflorcd for salo to tho highest
bidder. The lot Is about slxty-ono feet, fronting
on Fourth street aud running back to Fifth
street. Terms : One-third cash ; baloueo in one
aud two years, w ith 6 per cent, interest. By or
der of City Council.
' H. It. BIEBBOWER,
Chairman Public Building Commlttco.
Office of City Clerk, )
Maysville, Kv.,May 8, 1893. j"
Tho Assessor's book for the year 1M3 has been
passed upon and returned to mo by tho Board of
Initialization. It can bo seen at my ofllce. Those
fqcllng aggrieved by tho assessment aro hereby
notified that tho City Council will meet on Thurs
day evening, May 2j, 1893, at 7:30 o'clock p, in., to
td MARTIN A. P'HARE, City Clerk.
Valuable City Property!
cL We Aro Now Displaying tho Largest and Handsomest Lino of Dress 5
Goods Ever Oarriod by usj Consisting of 5
I SERGES, HENRIETTAS, OTTOMANS, I
s V ' IMPRESS SERGES, BENGALEES, 1
I MADRAS CLOTHS LANDSDOWNS,
i From 50 Cents to $1.25 Por Yard. g
5 A beautiful lino of all wool fabrics, in plain Plaids and Checks, at 50c. P
per yard: thirty-aix-men serges anu
handsomo line of French Satteen and
designs. Over two hundred styles of
gees. Satteens. Satin Kojs, Zephyrs,
Cloths and Bedfords, from 10c. to 25c.
5 Fivo thousand yards of Satteen in Black and Navy Bluo grounds, with ?
White stripes and Polka Dots, in lengths of 2 to 8 yards regular 15c. qual- g
ity, at only 10c. per yard. , p
I Browning & Co., j
51 WEST SECOND ST.
READ AND REMEMBER!
THAT TIIE ONLY
Bargains in Clothing
THE MISFIT CLOTHING PARLOR,
Market Street. Try it Once and You Will Always Be Pleased.
POWER & REYNOLDS,
NEXT DOOR TO THE
And : Cheaper : Cycles !
NEW WALL PIPE
NEW BRONZE PAPER,
Celebrated Glimmers at 8
cents a roll; Borders and
Ceiling to match. Deco
rate your homes with room
Mouldings, to match Wall
Paper. It makes Picture
Hanging easy. From 2 to
7 cents per foot.
WINDOW SHADES MADE TO ORDER.
Building and Carpet Fapor.
Agenta for Victor Bicycles.
1 1, KACKLEY k ffl.
Books, Stationery and Toys.
Mrs Cunningham's Dwell
ing, West End, very cheap.
Storehouse of George T.
Wood, Fifth ward, $1,200.
Twenty-six feot adjoining
Mcllvain, Humphreys &
A. M. CAMPBELL,
Second Street, Fifh Ward,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office at home, 425 East Second Street.
nonneuas ac zoc.pur ymu. a vuij p
Imported Chalho in now and elegant
Wash Dress Goods in Ginghams. Pon- P
Tissues, Percales, Outings, Colonial q
por yard. P
PLACE TO GET
LOWEST PRICES. -
A Full Line of Rugs,
LACE and SWISS CURTAINS,
WINDOW SHADES. '
..Call and seo them,,
Dry Goods and Carpet
211 AND 213 MARKET.
THE BEST OF ALL!
Flue new Potatoes.
Lon?, green Cucumbers.
Fancy large, ripo Tomatoes.
Tender String Beans.
Few Sw cot rotatocs.
Fine Dressed Chickens.
Order fresh Strawberries for Sunday dinner.
Wo will have them. If you want something on
Saturday call and bee us.
Manufactured from Bones, Potash, Wood aud
Meat aro hard to beat. Special brand of high
grndo Tobacco Fortillzor.
28-m WM. DAYIfl.