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Burglars entered the Columbus, Hocking Valley and Toledo depot at this place early yesterday morning, and did a complete job in boring the safe and blowiug it into atoms. The charge was so heavy that it awoke people from their sleep two blocks away from the depot. The safe was blown wide open and tho office fixtures are a complete wreck. They were torn to pieces and tho front of the depot was blown out. Tho burglars secured about $50 in money and took some of Agent Dalton's clothing, containing some books and papers. The work is supposed to be the work of professionals in disguise. They used a tomato can for a dark lantern. This depot seems to be a mark for burglars. It has been robbed about once a year since it was built. WRECKED MARK THIS: Germany's JBismark iuas a great man; r A HUNDRED - LIYES. Such is the Number Drowned at- Sioux City. GREATER THAN FIRST REPORTED is Impossible Even Yet to Obtain n List of the Drowned From Many Othor Places in tho Inundated West Come Reports of Loss of Life mid Property. Sioux City, la., May 20. According to tho latest telegrams tho flood has been oven more disastrous in its results than was at first anticipated. Tho estimates as to the loss of life vary from sixty to one hundred. No list can yet bo given of the dead. In fact the terrorized people have sought ref ugo in so many quarters that it' is impossible to exactly figure what tho number on the death roll will be. At the manufacturing suburbs of Leeds nine persons are known to be drowned. Four men were drowned at Springdale. Observers on tho high bridge counted fifteen bodies that swept It Our Biz-Ma- rk Is Great Bargains. all this area for six or eight streets from the river the water was far above windows with a swift current and the wind blowing a hurricane. Everywhere fences, outhouses, sidewalks, wooden pavements, railroad ties, and timbers are scattered about among tho contorted and overturned dwellings. Many of the streets aro paved with cedar blocks and the water lifted hundreds of thousands of them and carried them away. In some places the immense masses of debris piled on top of houses. Several thousand people closely followed the receding flood to seau-- for their homes and mi?sing ones. Only a f ew on the outer edge of tho flood will be able to occupy their homes at present. The streets are an impassable mire. Door yards are filled with mud and driftings. What houses are not wrecked and carry miles around St. Louis 200 square miles of land is under water. Fully 10,000 people aro without shelter. In tho city over 20,000 people have been thrown out of work by factories being inundated. Over 20,000 head of cattle have been destroyed. The loss will reach up into the millions. AT ALTON, IVlde. ILLINOIS. The River Raging mid Alrcudy S'x Miles May 20. A northwesterly gale blowing sixty miles an hoar, has has raged here for the past twenty-fou- r hours, doing fearful damage to property in the flooded districts. No less than a score of farm houses which stand in ten feet of wnter and were tecured by lines to trees are reported as carried from their foundations onu wrecked. Tho wide river rolled like the ocean, and no signals of distress could be answered by the relief steamers. Fearful 0 mage has been done by the waves daslrng against the railroad embankments in the bottoms, washing out miles of track. Train sen ice is entirely abandoned and all attempts to. repair have been temporally given, up. A number of people are thought to have been drowned, several are missing but the inability to reach the flooded districts prevents the gathering of positive news. six-mi- le Alton, '' IT, ' h -f, . ried away wjjl be almost uninhabitable Furniture is destroyed and many things in the houses lost. No trains have left tho city yot except on the Milwaukee-Dakotline. In the Floyd bottoms aro the packing houses and most of tho manufacturing plants of the city, and the little homes a tv P. r that naturally clustr about the workshops. The. providence which brought the flood in the morning instead of at night is alone responsible for the comparatively small loss of life. About 400 if MM ' ir . George C. Millard. Thomas Fitzgerald, laborer. Oliver Hoblitz. Peter Rasmunsen, wife and child. An unknown Scandinavian at Young's ice house. Mrs. Peter Rasmnssen and two children. Two unknown men near Fourth street, near Fairmount bridge. Unknown man at Sioux City and Northern yards. As the water recedes the list of deaths ,4' will certainly be increased. Some heroic scenes were witnessed in good deal of difference tho attempts to save the unhappy vicThere's a tims. At tho Omaha bridge the West family between the two, but the differ' met disaster. Mrs. West and her little girl were unable to get enco is in your favor. "Wo are dis away from the flood in time. Tho tinguished from all others by the father and two children were safe and party were returning for Quantity and Quality wo offer for the rescuing and her child when the Mrs. West waves swept the house away. They the iuoney. NothingSloiver in floated down with tho roaring" current was reached. An engrade than Jelsowhero ; most all until the bridge in saving gineer succeeded the woman. tilings better, and everything Is Bat her strength failed her and she was compelled to relinquish her hold on her cheaper at child. With a despairing cry of "Mamma," the child disappeared be neath the waves. Matt Roe, an old sailor, saved twenty- eight lives. A woman who managed to wade to a uox cur vruB mere seizeu wun muor pains and gave birth to a child and two FURNITUREJSTORE, hours later was rescued. A woman named Hinton and three children wore drowned in their own Maysville, Ky. house. Two Swedish families were Second Street, swept away. One lady named Mrs. Keeley, aged n years, was found up to her chin in water. She had put a trunk on a table and sat on it for twenty-fou- r hours, one will recover. Foreman of the Leeds engine works, said: "The flood struck here at 5:55. One of the boys saw it coming and told me. I warned the men and they fled. By ropes tho rescuing boats were sent out and pulled in by tho crowd on shore. Bob Harvey, an old boatman, wont out in a boat after some one who could not be reached. The boat disappeared and of every- was not seen again." A Oscar Anderson, who worked all day yesterday like a hero, and who witnessed first-clas- s thing usually kept in a the drowning of a little child torn away from its mother when the rescuing Pharmacy. Just re party had almost reached her, lost his reason and is raving about the beautiful ceived a large shipment of baby that was swept under the muddy waves. Tho city council has subscribed $5,000 for the relief of tho sufferers and tho citizens added in making large donations. At the ordinary stage of water the AND Floyd river is as insignificant as it could be. But swollen by the continual rains until its never well defined batiks were obliterated, it Prescriptions accurately com- carry away thewas in poor condition to immense flood of water wavo the cloudburst. We which fell insolid wall of waterAswept pounded at all hours. moving as a down the narrow valley of the stream. assure you the very best of Tho Floyd flows through the center of Sioux City and along its banks are the homes of thousands. To these the flood treatment. brought death and demolition of their homes. One million dollars will not cover tho loss by flood to this city. The water in Floyd river has receded ranidlv. but is still outside of its banks and a considerable portion of the bottom is still covered, but to no great depth for tho most part. The scene which is disclosed . by the recession of the flood beggars description. is one which Throughout tho flooded district it is ono story of destruction and damage. Tho THE MOST DESIIIAM.K flood at its height extended from Court street to tho Floyd bluffs and from tho suburb of Lynn to tho Missouri river. This comprises a district four miles long and a mile and a half wide. For a distance of a mile and a half above the bottom is densemoutli of the for any ly populated. Floyd theportion of the inPojicy ever written A "large habitants aro poor people who are emamount from $2,000 to $25,000, ployes of packing houses, railroads, otc. There are a great many retail shops send your name and age, near- throughout this region. There is a confused scene of desolation. At tho height est birthday, give the amount of the flood tho current struck straight through tho residence street. of Insurance you want, and get Among those nearest the river scores of dwellings were swept from their and carriod long distances an estimate that will please any foundationssmasnedor turned bottomside and either up. Its no uncommon sight to see a one. Address dwelling turned over on its side or roof. buildings were swept Many L, 1373 Scott Street, away. The buildings which aro twisted Covington, Ky. or carried short distances are innumerable. It must be temenibared.. thut over office; B"flefer to Bulletin five-year-o- under it. head of cattle and U00 head of hogs were A partial list of the persons known to drowned at the stockyards. be drowned is as follows: A public meeting was held at the AT NEW ORLEANS. Frank Henderson, wife and child. court house, which was attended by all Two boatmen, names unknown. The Mississippi River Ujih Reached tho the wealthy men of the city. CommitA. P. McClearat. Highest Point Kvor Known. tees of workers were appointed for all A. G. Anderson, engineer. features of relief and sufficient money New Orleans, May 20. Tho river subscribed to meet immediate necessities. Sleeping places were found for avery refugee last night. The ladies of the city met before noon yesterday in one of the principal halls of the city and at once tilled it with tables and began serving meals. Sevoral thousand were thus terved, and after their meal those insufficiently clothed were taken to another hall where clothing was forthcoming and fitted out. So it may be said that in spite of the overwhelming floods which ridded the working-men'- s quarters of Sioux City all were fed aud clothed and housed last night. It is not the intention to ask for any outside aid. HENRY ORT'S sixty-seve- Postoffice Pe-cou- t, RIVER. ALONG THE MISSOURI Untold Damage Already Done aud Greater Damage Expected. Kansas City, May 20. The Missouri river is on a regular rampage again. It rose a foot and a half yesterday. The Kaw is also rising rapidly here and above. The rise at Manhattan was six and a half feet. All advices from the upper Missouri show a continued rise there. Great damage has been done at Plattsinouth anil Mineisville. Neb; At St. Joseph, Mo., the river is higher than it has beet, at any time and is still rising. Much damage has been done to houses in the lower part of the city, and railroad tracks have been so washed out and covered with landslides that traffic is almost suspended. At Leavenworth everything in the lower part of the city is flooded. From Leavenworth in all directions railroad traffic is almost suspended. In Kansas City the situation is serious in the excitement, and with the rise coming, which is predicted by the signal office the whole west bottoms on which the big wholesale houses and manufacturing establishments are situated will doubtless be flooded. Drugstore. AT ST. LOUIS. Thousand Now Homeless and a I'uuilne Thrcatoncd. now is over seventeen feet above low water mark and has reached the highest point ever known. Sevoral streets in the city are overflowed. The wharfs 4are all under several inches of water. 'The Bonnet Carre crevasse is nearly 400 feet wide and tho engineers claim that it is impossible to close it. The water is encroaching upon ten miles alove the city. The lake also shows signs of the crevasse wnter and is steadily rising. The city officials aro at work raising the levees along the old and new basin to protect the rear portion of tho city from overflow. All traffic on the Mississippi Valley road has been susiended. "Below the city reports come that the levees are giving way. lwo break's occurred last night at Harlem. Tho crevasse at Happy Point has now obtained a width of forty feet, and at Stoney's place tho crevasse is widening. Tho damage so far from all crevasses in the state has reached the sum of $2,000,-00The situation is gloomy. Heavy Snows in the Northwest. Minneapolis. Mav 20. After rain qad fallen all day snow began falling yesterday evening, accompanied by a stiff breeze from the northwest. Ad vices from North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Minneapolis all report a heavy snow. Creeks and rivers are bank full. Rush City, Minn., reports a blizzard raging. The mills of Wilson, Wis., have been forced to shut down. At Pine City a blizzard has prevailed all day. Storm Along tho New Jersey Coast. Asbury Park, N. J., May 20. A terrific northeast storm is raging along this section of the coast, causing considerable damage in many parts of the beach aud Sandv Hook. At Squan beach a schooner was driven on the inner bar by the tempestuous waves and is fast breaking up. The crew left the vessel and tried to swim ashore, but it is not known whether they succeeded or not. Ken-nervill- e, 0. two-inuste- d Complete Line SPONGES, CHAMOIS SOAPS. Power& Reynolds. IF YOU WANT LIFE INSTANCE two-stor- y Tho crevasses were quickly filled, however, and for a timo at least the danger was averted. The people who were forced to abandon their homo.in the lowlands adjacent io East St. Louis, are already becriunintr to feel the pangs of hunger and a famine is now threatened. Wagons loaded with meat and breadstuff's have been sent to them. Reports received from Alton state that the city is still completely cut off from railway traffic. The river at St. Louis is steadily risintr aud tho gauge records thirty-sifeet anil four inches. More damage was douo locally yestorday than at any previous time during tho flood. Property m the northern limits of tha city is now threatened with dumago. The current in tho river is running at the rate of twelve miles an hour and surely.cntting away tho embankments of tho Chicago, Burlington and Quincy, and St. Louis, Keokuk and Northwestern roads. If these embankments give way d great portion of the city will be flooded. The backwater is rising fast and is causing great damage in thd lumber district. The latest weather reports show that a rise of three feet is coming ("own tho Mississippi and other rivers. This will cause the river hero to riso at least one toot within a few days. This means that the entire country from hore to New Orleans will be flooded, as tho levees will not be able to stand so great a body of water. East St. Louis is now tho only town in tho American bottom not completely Princeton, Ind., May CO. At Elber-fielunder water. Another rise will inunTuesf.uy afternoon Henry Love-madate it. A has been called was kicked to death while. groomqu the Merchants' exchange for this ing a stallion. His body was taken afternoon to raise funds to aid tho flood from tho stall with difficulty, the animal sufferers. Within a radius of twentv being so vicious. x mass-meetin- St. Louis, May 20. At 10 o'clock yesterday morning the water broke over the levees in the town of Madison and in two hours the streets were flooded to a depth of four feet. The inhabitants were forced to leave their homes and seek shelter on higher ground east of there. The water flowed in an unchecked stream towards the little hamlet of Venice, and in a short time tho place was under water. All through tho morning hours every available man that could be pressed into service was employed in strengthening tho embankment of the railroad which protects East St. Louis. At 1 1 o'clock three small breaks occurred in the Ohio and Mississippi dyke and it was feared that the entire dyke would give way. SUSPICION FOUL PLAY. neighborhood of Yeddo, west of this city, in Montgomery county, is groatly excited over finding tho mangled body of John Walton on the track of the Chicago and Indiana Coal road, on Monday last. It is intimated that a foul murder has been dono, and some of the facts in the case point to such a possibility. Johu Walton was a mysterious man. Ho appeared at Yeddo several years ago, and would give no account of himself, although frequently importuned. He was aged about sixty, of commanding presence, and he was a polished scholar, aud was well supplied with money. He was long supposed to bo a detective, but his avoidance of society raisod a suspicion, and he himself became an object of doubt when it was discovered that he drow a largo pension under the name of Thomas Burns. Especially was he eyed askance when it lealced out that he was tho original recipient of letters from Fredonia, Kan., addressed to William Alexander. But he held himself aloof from all, and lived the life of a hermit scholar. Last week, however, he had n stranger guest, who disappeared Saturday as mysteriously "s he came. On Sunday night John Walton came to his death. When his body was found it was crushed to an unrecognizable mass, and was hastily buried. The remains wore found in a place where Walton never was accustomed to go, however, and where he could have no possible motive in going. As he did not drink and was always a cautions man, talk of murder became rifo, and yesterday all was excitement when his vest was found in the brush half a mile from the scene of the accident, covered with blood and slashed by a knifo in several places. His watch and money were gone from his person, and no papers can bo found. It is claimed tnat ho was murdered near where tho vest was found, and the boay was thon placed upon the track to hide the crime. This is the general belief, and a thorough investigation is being made. d An Indiana Village Greatly Kxcited Over tho Mangled lCoinalns of a Man. Crawfordsville, Ind,. Mny 20. Tho n g The Horse's Day is Numbered. May 20. Work commenced Wednesday on tho reconstrucmiles of street railtion of twenty-thre- e road in this city, three gangs of 200 men each starting simultaneously. It is ex- that the roads will be runnine y overhead electricity this fall, and there will then be only one horse car road left in St. Louis. The popularity of rapid transit has become so great that it is impossible to make expenses out of a horse car line in the Mound City, and even cable roads are suffering from the extreme popularity of electricity as a motive power. Carelessly Handled Gasoline. Springfield, O., May 20. Mrs. Pat Loftus, of West Ninth street, was Wednesday evening. burned While filling a gasoline stove she accidentally "run it over," and when she ignited a match tho fiery material blazed up, and a terrific explosion followed. Her clothing caught fire, and the poor woman rushed from the house crying out in agony. Officers Record and Gregory rushed to her assistance, and succeeded in putting out the fire. Mrs. Loftus was badly burned about the hands and arms, and it is feared she may have inhaled the flames. A Strange and Deadly Cattle Disease. Guaymas, Mex., May 20. An unknown plague is killingoff cattle along the border, especially on the Elias range. The disease consists of a swelling of the head of the animals in an extraordinary manner, which is succeeded by general trembling or chill and a short time afterwards death. The same complaint is made from Arizona cattlemen on this side of the line, and the attention of the sanitary commissioners has been called to the fact. Arrested as a Counterfeiter. Indianapolis, May 20. Ferdinand Siebert, an old and highly esteemed German citizen, was arrested by the federal officers yesterday on a charge of passing a counterfeit $10 bill upon a neighbor. Tho bill is of the Webster-hea- d issue and Siebert was warned of us spurious character by one of the banks at which he presented it for deposit. He was held under bond to await the action of the grand jury. Saved Themselves, but Not the Mule. Scipio, Ind., May 20. Thomas seated in a buggy drawn by a mule, with Simeon Carson riding on the mule, attempted to cross Sand creek. While the water was not deep, the current was very strong, sweeping the mule off its "feet and drowning the animal. Messrs. Barriger and Carson had narrow escapes. Tho former is a large man, and unable to swim. Freight AVreclc. College Corner, 0., May 20. Regular Cincinnati, Hamilton and Indianapolis eastbound through freight train No. 43, broke in three parts west of Liberty, Ind., yesterday. The head end and the middle portion came together again, derailing four loaded cars. All traffic was delayed about four hours in consequence, but no one was injured. Druggists Will Mix. Canton, O., May 20. Tho annual meeting of the Ohio Retail Druggists' association will be held in this city June 14, 15 and 10. Extensive arrangements to entertain the several hundred 'deleA banquet, gates are being made. speeches and an excursion are on tho program as ittractions. Athens Asylum Appointments. Athens, O., May 20. Among the appointments made by the trustees of the Athens asylum are Dr. Dnnlap, of McArthur, superintendent; Dr. E. P. Cook, of Barlow, Washington county, first assistant; Marion Chne, of Middleport, stewnrt, and Mr. Glenn, of Gallipolis, store keeper. Suicide in a Ilox Car. Hamilton. O., May 20. George W. Clnrk, of Wayne avenue. Dayton, suicided in a Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton box car last night with laudanum. Ho was still alive when discovered, but all efforts to revive him were futile. "White Caps Warn a 'Woman. Mrs. Millersburg, O., May 20. Erraina Fritz, who keeps a saloon on West Main street, has received a White Cap notice to cease her business or suffer the consequences. Several other citizens have received similar notices. Hero's on Owl for You. Mauds, O., May 20. Daniel Hughes, a farmer residing a short distance east of hore, caught with a steel trap tha largest owl over seen in this section. It measured four and feet from tip to tip. Switchman Killed. Galion, O., May 20. James Artraan, years old, una young man twenty-on- e married, and a switchman in the Erie yards, fell from the top of a train and was instantly killed yesterday. St. Louis, sori-ous- ly f Bar-rige- r, to! N one-ha- lf lt.v. 'r i v.. ',s.'r r II !.'- - fir i. I. K- - .. iM ,, , I Jf i f Evening Bulletin. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. Hillis a Candidate. Thfe epocial election for Stato Senator promises to bo a lively cno. Captain Hillis, of Lewis, has reconsidered, and is a candidate. Tho Republi- THE COUNTY LEVY. One-ha- lf thp poll .tax and" Infirmary tax in the town of Chester, now Sixth ward of Mayavillo. iTIBZIE jr w l l The road tax was fixed the samo as last year. and It is Fixed at Forty-tw- o Proprietors. A motion to allow the Justices of tho Gents on tbe Hundred. TrVMATLKIinsmillKHS; can bosses sat up with him until a late Peace $5 each for stationery was voted 75 OneYcarX8&. Moo Three Months down. 1 60 One Month 5 hour last night, and ho finally yielded to SIxMouths The white and colored poll tax was DELIVERED I1Y CARRIER: their pleadings and expostulations, and fixed at $1.50 6 cents fcrAVcck.. A Slight Incrcaso Over Last Year. consented to run. Tho following levy was made: WE CALL AHENTION TO THIS FKIDAY, MAY 20, 1892. Court of Claims Adjourns. 15 cents on 3100 This is tho latest information. School tax Allowances. 5 cents on 100 Infirmary tax Tho district is very close politically, GREAT BARGAIN: DK3IOOKATIO TICKET. Turnpike and bridge tax, 13 cents on 100 2 cents on 100 being about evenly divided between the M.andU.S. R. R. tax Seamless Mattings at 15c. SKCial Election Saturday, May 21. 7 cents on 100 . Deficit fund tax two old parties, and it behooves the DemFor Stato Senator, The Court of Claims finished tho busiand 18c. a yard, pre.tty patcents on $100 Total GARRETT S. WALL. ocrats of both counties to get out the full ness before it yesterday and adjourned. This fa an increase of 5 cents over the terns, and really worth 25 lUtctton, Xmcmber, ISM. vote for Judge Wall. G. W. Blatterman, Superintendent of levy last year. The increaso was ren ' cts.; forty pieces beautiful For Circuit Clerk, Schools, was allowed $50 for stationery. This is necessary to insure a victory. dered necessary on account of the allow Plaid Mattings, seamless ISAAC WOODWARD. L. W. Robertson made a statement in ances made to build new turnpikes. Tho e DemLet there be no For Sheriff, and extra heavy, at 25c, tho matter of tho application of the Cabin levy last year was : J. C, JEFFERSON. ocrats Creek and Rectorville Turnpike Company 15 cents ou $100 School tax never before sold under 45 THE LATEST. Infirmary tax 5 cents on 100 for an appropriation. A motion to lay to 50c. Those who contemTo tho Democrats ofLewis and Mason. 2 conts on 100 M. and B. 8. R. R. tax... Since thotabovo was written, a straight the application on the table was lost Turnpike and brldgo tax 5 cents on 100 Without seeking the honor, the standard ot the tip has been received plate buying Mattings, Carthat Mr. Hillis' yeas 9, noes 15, absent 2. The rules were Deficit tax 10$ cents on 100 party, for tho office of Stato Senator, has been pets, Oil Cloths or Linoname is only used to get Republican then suspended, and, in lieu of the order Total placed In lny hands. The election is Saturday 374 cents on S100 leums should not fail to inmade in 1889 in regard to the construcThe total county tax this year will next, May 21,1892. Your cordial support la asked. voters to tho polls, and that the real cantion of said road, an appropriation of amount to about $39,000. spect our enormous stock. Every Democrat who has at heart the success of didate is Judge Pugh, a of $1,500 a mile was voted. Yeas 21, noes i his party should bo at tho polls on Saturday. It Judge Thomas. ALL THE NEW THINGS IN County Court. 3, absent 2. is impossible for me to visit you in person, as I aland will bo on the Pugh's name The annual report of the Walton A claim of A. Honan for $3.75 was havobut three days in which to make tho canFrazee Tumnike Comnanv was filed WASH GOODS, lowed. vass, but I trust that my services in the past ulll Caitain Hillis' regrets exceedingly, so A motion was carried that the costs of Balance April 4th, '91, $7.70; receipts be n guarantee that I wllljfalthfully discharge We have a beautiful and he says, that a "press of business" and tho election to be held Saturday, May 21, $198.07, paid out $120.50 leaving a balance the duties of tho office, should I bo elected; aufl complete line, and at very other matters prevent his making the 1892, be listed with the Sheriff as other now on hand of $85.87. I hope that your devotion to your party will Chal-lie- s low prices. race for State Senator. The Bulletin claims and paid. I. L. Mcllvain executed bond in sum of prompt you to sec that I am elected, and cause has it pretty straight that the Captain Ben. D. Parry and the Union Trust $4,000 as Chairman of the Board of at per yard ; beauyou to notify your neighbors and friends to atwent to Vanceburg last Monday morning Company were placed in nomination for .Infirmary Directors, with O. N. Weaver, tiful new effects in Pontend the election. Very truly yours, to announce himself as a candidate. Ho Treasurer of the Maysville and Big Sandy O. W. Williams and J. H. Grigsby as Garrett S. Wall. gees, Bedford Cord Cottons; thought then that Judge Garland would Railroad bonds fund. Mr. Parry was sureties. May If., 1892. t Egyptian Cottons, Pineapbe the Democratic nominee. The Bul- elected. A Successful Farmer. ple Tissues, Satin Ombres, T. M. Pearce presented his report show"Vote for Wall for Stato Sen- letin can come as near as the next one Mr. G. F. Bateman, formerly of Lewis telling why Mr. Hillis is not a candidate. ing disposition of an appropriation placed ator. Zephyrs, &c, &c. of Lexington, has sold his in his hands at last term to pay damages burg, but now crop of tobacco grown in 1891 for tho fol ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY SILK A State Senator to fill the vacancy for right of way for a public road in THE HEW COMET. caused by the resignation of Hon. Chas. Orangeburg precinct. Report received lowing prices: Six thousand pounds grown in Mason County at 10 cents all GLORIA UMBRELLAS, Vote B. Poyntz will bo held and filed. for Wall. It Has Eight Tails and Beats the The following claims and accounts were round ; 7,000 pounds grown on his farm with beautiful handles, at in Fayette County at 11 cents, and 10,000 Record on This Particular allowed : 12 cents all round, making Tin: trouble at all special elections is to Respect 00 pounds at $125 each. These were $ J13 William Rrackeu, groceries 19 00 29,000 pounds, bringing him the neat little get out out the vote. Tho members of J. C. Jefferson, Sherifffees made to sell at $2.25. 23 00 sum of $3,290. tho Democratic Executive Committee Early risers, with the aid of an opera-glas- J. T. Suit, burying paupers Opaque Window Shades, 14 00 C. C. Worthlugton, Police Judge fees should bear this in mind, and make can now see the comet with the Dr. F. M. Smith, medical account 5 00 Notice. excellent quality and best special efforts to poll the full party eight and half tails, says the Cincinnati R. C. Kirk, Jailer's accouut 1,750 40 Tho Board of Council will meet Friday, Spring Fixtures, all comstrength for Judge Wall Enquirer. A claim of J. T. Suit for burying three May 20th, at 7:30 p. m., to hear appeals plete, 25c. each, is visible at 3 a. m., and appears near paupers was tabled. It from assessment for the year 1892. Secretary Foster warns the Senate the constellation of Pegasus and just A claim of Vicroy & Lee for clothing Martin A. O'Hare, City Clerk. that the Treasury is almost empty. Sen- above the horizon. The comet is near furnished pauper was leferred to County The extraordinary success ator Allison says there will soon be a sur- the uppermost star of the four bright Attorney, who is to report at next term. COUNTY CULLINGS. our Millinery Department is due plus of 25,000,000. Both of these are ones in the constellation. Professor In the matter of renting jail to the City to the very low prices at which we good Republicans, but they are wide Swift, of Rochester, discovered the comet of Maysville, it was moved that $300 a apart on this question. Mr. Foster has several months ago, and it has been named year be charged. This was amended to Items Picked Up By the Bulletin's Co- offer Elegant Fashionable Milli nery. Many ladies have procharge of the Treasury department, for him. It is passing around the sun as make it $240. The amendment Carried rrespondents in Mason and though, and ought to know what ho is far as possible, and will probably never by a vote of 17 yeas, 7 noes, 2 absent. Elsewhere nounced ours the Finest and most talking about. visit us again. County Judge Phister and Justices Fashionable display of Millinery 3IILIAVOOI). Some photographs of it have been made Jacob Miller and C. W. Williams were It is an open secret that many of the by Professor Barnard, of the Lick Obser- appointed a committee with power to act Mrs. Nannie Goodpaster, of Lexington, is now ever shown in Maysville. living with her mother. rank and file of the G. O. P. aie carrying vatory. The photographs show the comet in regart to the sewer at the jail. 'Squires Wm. Luttrcll and James Bateman are "razzers" in their boot legs or somewhere to have eight tails, which are two more The claim of tho City of Maysville of attending Court of Claims. else for tho first candidate the bosses of than were possessed by the comet of 1744, $71.20 for fixing the sewer at the jail was thoir party put up for office. They say which has hithei to held the record in this allowed. Said amount is to be expended Rev. Taliaferro, of Flemingsburg, has been cirProprietors Boo Hivo. culating among his members here the past week. they will take great delight in slaughter- particular. in fixing tho sewer. R. B. Cord's barber is now prepared to do ing him. Our neighbors up the street work. Saturday will bo the day for you all Besides these eight, this comet has a Jndg( Emery Whitaker was permitted have some "old sores" in their own party smaller tail shooting a long way out from to make a statement in regard to Sallio to come aud get a hair cut and shave. that need attention. Sirs. Reld will give an elocutionary recital In tho head of one of tho others. Where Strode, who was sent to tho County InMill Creek Church, Saturday night, May 23th. the tails connect is a knot which looks firmary as a harmless lunatic in 18S3. Remember that you can purchase tickets of Mrs. Republican talk about the tin industry somothinglike the head of a another smalThe following resolution was adopted Robert Cord, Mrs. Ab. Hord, C. O. Degman and Presiwill increase from now on till the Harry Glascock. We understand that the Mito ler comet. The peculiar tail feature has at- and ordered spread upon tho minutes : dential election. There hasn't been much tracted much attention from astronomers. Hftolivd, That Judge Emery Whitaker be re- Society meets the same night. Mrs. Reld vt ill essaid about it for several months now, but Various explanations of the phenomenon quested to submit to this court in writing the teem it a great favor if they will postpone uutll Brussels Carpet 50c,wbrth 60 to 85c, charge- of fraud ou the pnrt of the Infirmary Di- some future time, aud all attend the entertaintho. campaign is opening and tin indus- have been offered. rectors aud Superintendent. In the event said ment. tries will be springing up all over It has been suggested that the comet charge Is not submitted In writing his accusation the country soon. Most of them, may be surrounded by a 3IAYSLICK. shall be taken as false. $5 OO Lace Curtains $3 OO however, will be patterned after that one mist, like tho comet of 18S2, and that the The wheat and grass is ou a boom. 7 50 Lace Curtains committeo of Mary A. W. W. Ball, 5 OO Governor Campbell described over in peculiar phenomenon may be duo to this Beuloy, presented his report, which was Too much wet weather for vegetation. Ohio last fall. The late rains have washedl the ground badly. mist becoming visible in one part through filed. An account of Dr. J. W. Gault for medTobacco setting has been a big Ithing for the Smyrna Rugs, 09c, worth $1 OO exSmyrna Rugs,' a.50, worth 3 50 A j'ew years ago a cei tain Republican some electrical working. This would ical services was allowed. The matter last few days. plain tho knot and possibly the sub-taSmyrna Rugs, 4.00, worth G OO of this city was very anxious to make the Elders Williams aud lLoos gave us a good talk was afterwards reconsidered, and the last Sunday night. race for State Senator, but he was " choked also. tails of The the comet are some straight claim was tabled. We have had big rains. On Wednesday tho .off" by the bosses of his party. We are and some curved, the former composed 'Squires Earnshaw and Raymond .were Men's Pique Front Shirts, 75c, told they actually wanted him to put up of hydrogen or somo light substance; the allowed $1.20 each for examining and re- whole face of tho earth seemed to be covered worth $1.25. with water. $2,000 to carry tho Republican County'of latter of a heavier one. The comet has ceiving the Maple turnpike. We are very sorry to learn of the sudden death Lewis. That was one move in the passed around the sun and is now on its Seamless Socks, samples, three An account of Dr. H. L. Parry for med- of our old friend, Bruce Chomp. Such Is life. pairs for 50c., cheap at 25c. per and goue "choking off" game. This time the way in space. ical services to Mrs. Hittwas tabled. His We are hero Butter is very plentiful in this market, while pair. same fellows are anxious for him to run, Tho number of its tails, together with accounts fpr services to Wash Threlkeld, eggs arc scarce and demand a good price. Feed himself yet, and the peculiar but he hasn't announced makes it interesting Mrs. Brown, colored, and John Worth-ingto- n your hens Pratt's Toultry Food. For sale by J. is not likely to do so. wero tabled. A. Jackson. alike to tho astronomer and tho ordinary Dr. C. O. Owens presented a claim of Rev. F. M. Tinder will preach next Sunday ou observer. fi Dr. Tigert, fraternal delegate from the $40 $30 for making two postmortem ex- " Future Recognition." Give him a good hearing. next week M. E. Church, South, to the General Wanted to Mary His Daughter-in-Laaminations and $10 for medical services Ho leaves Boyd County.to hold a meeting lu Peyton Brooks, a colored man living to two paupers. Ho was allowed $10. Conference of the Methodist Episcopal 211 and 213 Market St, leave next Jackson aud Church in session at Omaha, was hissed near Tuckahoe, applied to tho County The post mortem examinations wero toMrs. J. A. mother, Mrs. son A. Collins,Saturday Mary on Cane visit her during a speech one day this week, and Clerk yesterday for a marriage license. made by order of the Coroner, and tho Ridge, Bourbon County, and her sister, Mrs. Johu all because he remarked that " tho South- During tho preliminary talk it was learned action of the court will result in a suit II, Thempsou, who leaves In a short time for Birmingham,' Ala., where she will make her ern whites are the best friends of the col- that ho wanted to marry his own against tho county for $100. future home, widow of his ton George. ored men." Such actions are to be deThe following appropriations to pauDEALER IN- plored, especially by a body of christians. The Clerk soon let him know that such pers wore allowed : THE MARKETS. " It is the concensus of opinion," says an unions are not permitted by tho laws John Wall, in hand J. M, Alexander S 2.5 00 Staple and Fancy Groceries, Country exchange, " that tho insult offered Dr. of Kentucky. Threo of Brooks' sons Rebecca Ambrose, In hands A. F. Wood.. 25 00 GROCERIES AND COUNTRY PRODUCE. 25 00 GREEN COFFEE fl V 20 S25 were drowned a few years ago while Carrie Masteroon, in her own hands Produce of All Kinds, Tigert will delay the proposed eonbolida-tio. 10 00 Earnshaw... gallon Lewis Wells, 50 gOO now crossjng tho river at Ripley, and tho Wm. Jackson in hands James of same- - 25 00 MOLASSES Syrup crop, D of the two churches." 35 mo Golden and w lfe, lu hands 10 S5 Sorghum, fancy uew woman ho wants to marry now is the Irene Toyntz, in hands of same 15 00 lb SUG (i$ i VEGETABLES. 5 Extra C.tllb. Ordered that S. P. Perrino bo reimNow read this, yon admirers of Ohio's widow of one of tho unfortunates. 5 A, lb The Philadelphia Ledger bursed for $11.44 for delinquent taxes. Governor. 5 Granulated, tt iy3 Powdered, $ lb An account of J. M. Collis for work on (Rep.) thinks it a lijttlo hard on Gover5 New Orleans, Ub Xbrthunt Comer Third and Market Streets. News has been received of tho marriage 00 TEAS- -B lb 50(31 nor McKinloy "that tho Republicans of of Mr. John K. Toup, formerly of this road was tabled. 15 COAL OIL Headlight. ) gallon Ohio in indorsing tho tariff measure that Tho acounta of tho officers of election BACON Breakfast, ty tb 10 012 city, and Miss Emma M. LeMasno, of 9 aio Clear sides, fl lb.. Tho season for STRAWBERRIES wero allowed. Tho total is $119.44. bears his name should find tho reciproc13 Hams, H) lb 12 Is now at hand, and having arrangements, as Los Angeles, Cal. Tho wedding took Shoulders, W lb 8 $10 Tho fees of tho Justices for holding features 'worthy of particular menity usuiu, wuij me most successiui SO (35 place Wednesday, May 4, at Los Angeles, BEANS')) gallon. w,ls Co,utuy' Ky., nnd Iirowu County ul.h V1 of BUTTER- -y lb tion,' for it is well understood that these this court were allowed. Twenty-fou- r 12kSjl5 Ohio, lor their autre crops, l will bo able to fill all Rev. Wm. II. Knighten officiating. Tho rtPjlnru lint It civ.mil n..l 35 &10 CHICKENS Each ' " T,"",?"u iuikui ...m. mo verynuest whu features wore forced into tho bill from groom is tho oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. tho Justices wero present four days, and EGGS dozen 12U5- - fruit produced In tho country. W barrel Alsf, lllf atnnL- nl HACnv 1.uir!nl T,nu , Limestone. o 75 i. . without, forming no pait of tho original R. A. Toup. The couple will mako their tho fees of each amounted to $12, tho FLOUR Gold, W barrel ft 75 Old at 6xtreinely low figures, which I Intend to sell, total being $288. Maysvlllo Fancy, V barrel scheme." 5 00 as J did last year, at louvrpricc than anybody. homo at Los Angeles, in "the land of perMason County. 5 00 barrel G. W. Blatterman presented his report This reminds us of a cartoon wo saw not petual spring." Royal Patent, 1) barrel 5 75 my storo headquarters, (food delivered freo. Maybvlllo Family, barrel 6 25 as County Superintendent of Schools, long ago, representing two big fat boys Morning Glory, ty barrel 5 00 A SORUIKS, Ico. showing tho distribution ofj'tho county Roller King, so nearly resembling each other that 5 75 barrel Magnolia, ) barrel 6 75 Any ono wishing ico will pleaso leave echool fund. Tho total received from "you couldn't tell t'other from which." Blue Grass, V barrel., 6 00 Second Street, Near Limestone, 15 aao Graham, sack One of them was named "Free Trade" their order with us. Tho AVttgon will call tho Sheriff under tho last lovy was HONEY ti) lb 10 15 Of this sum $9,414.37 has been Tho free every morning. Watkins & Weiand. 20 and tho otiier "Reciprocity." ,...., , MEAL "il peck 20 LOCK AND GUNSMITH. paid out, leaving a balanco of trado features of tho McKinloy bill are LARD $ pound 0 10 Tornado policies W. R. Warder, agt. ONIONS- -ft peck 40 still ou hand, i the' features tho Republicans of Ohio POTATOES-!- !) peck. 20 KCTiatrlntr Of nil Hr1'Hn,in nrnmnl xnA r l "' "" "" Tho Sheriff was directed not to cplloct AWLES Vi peck Oalkornia fruit, 15c. can Calhoun's. .'. 35 W found "worthy of particular mention." roasonablo terms. ROSSER&?McCARTHY, BEE HIVE. k 421-- stay-at-hom- son-in-la- w poll-book- s. 3c. Pretty s, of ROSENAU BROS., HOEFLICH'S first-clas- s pecial Bargains: semi-lumino- il y sub-tai- l, w daughter-in-l- awthe R B. LOVEL, -- '. v ( n AR-Ye- llow, 1 FRUITS, fcl Toup-LoMasn- e. 'il. Home-grow- n Fruit-grower- 1 7 V - 11) $14,-128.0- 5. 1,1 HOMINY-Tflgol- lou. j i y u -- V v. ,v, vt fJ.:c' ' W, ' !'. -- !w- t - ;uv mV H TRIED TO KILL HIM. Best mixed paints at Greenwood's. 1 1 A CHRISTIAN HAH w. , Bocky Bradford Makes a Murderous Attack on Mart Edwards, Last Evening. 'Squiro Grant issued warrants yesterday for Ike Smith and Becky Bradford, charging thorn with adultery. Constable Dawson served tho warrant on Smith and lodged him in jail to await trial. Tho Bradford woman thought Mart Edwards gave tho officers the information on which the warrants were issued, and she called last night at Edwards' homo in tho lold Daulton house in tho West End, to see about it. Edwards and his wife were in bed, and the Bradford woman entered tho room with tho remark, " Why didn'tyou tell mo they had arrested Ike ?" She then threatened to kill Edwards, and suiting tho action to tho words, sho commenced slashing away at him with a knife. Ho threw up one arm and received a severe cut on tho back of tho wrist, and thon succeeded in getting out of reach of the ihfuriated woman. Deputy Marshal Bland arrested her shortly afterwards and lo'dged her in jail. Tho cases come up before 'Squire Grant this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Geo. W. SuLSKn, law, fire insurance. G. S. Judij, insurance i and collection loans and igency. A. M. Campbell, real-estate, In All the Walks of Life, Was tho Lato Thomas Parry Tribute to tho Deceased. BROWNING & CO. Arejshowing some very handsome patand collections. J' . K .T Ifc f- - The squirrel law does not e'xpiro until tho 15th of June. Dulev i & cyclones very cheap. Baldwin insure against Ohio's Grand Lodge of Oddfellows is in session at Cleveland. You will miss a treat if you are not at tho opera house to-nig- There is no improvement in tho dition of Mrs. T. 0. Campbell. con- The "bonnet show" at Slickaway will be repeated tho first Sunday in June. i 'Swire Grant fined James Yazcll and Lucinda Lacey $20 each on charge of adultory. solf. Free, a largo crayon portrait of your-Call and see sample at Lynch's, 224 Market street. Rev. D. D. Chapin is attending the Episcopal Council of tho Diocese of Kentucky at Louisville. i Miss Lizzie Jewell left yesterday morning to visit relatives at Yellow Springs. 0. Soc. Parker, Ed. Willim and T. B. Miss Minnie and Mrs. Hines, of Bellevuc,'Ky., were in the city yester- Clark are spoken of in connection with the race for Sheriff in Lewis Countv. day. V Steward Greenwood's paint store has the latest in wall paper, the best mixed paints and the lowest prices on everything. t Thomas Parry, whose death has been noted, had attained an advanced age, in CHINA having passed the three score and ten INDIA years by almost a dozen years. Deceased was born on the farm and almost within a stone's cast of where he died, December 22, 1810. He was one of ten children seven sons and three daughters of Thomas and Mary Parry, coming of a 6turdy, intelligent family. All his BLACK ALL SILK GRENADINES in long life was. passed in the community where he first saw the light of day, and Beauno man could ever say a word against his good name for integrity, truthfulness and everything that goes towards making a tiful line in man esteemed and respected among his fellowmen. Ho was modest and unas$10. suming, yet possessed the right kind of firmness and determination when the occasion called for,such qualities. Thomas Parry was an upright, consci entious citizen, a kind neighbor and Umbrelfriend, and a sincere christian man in all FANCY PARASOLS in all the walks of life. "The memory of the just is blessed." Tho funeral services were held at his late lesidence this morning at 10 o'clock. We have the finest line of Wall Rev. William W. Hall, of the Christian Papers ever brought to Maysville Church, of which Mr. Parry was a memnew In color, new in style, now ber, officiated. terns SILKS at f 45c, 65c, 75c. and $1.00 per yard. new and stylish patterns, $1.25 per yard. Nfl 75c, $1.00 and of SPRING JACKETS Black, Gray and Tan, from $3 to the new shades. Sun las from 50c to $5.00. WALL Spring hats Nelson's. in design which we are selling at very reasonable prices. Our Cheapest wall paper at Gieenwood's. Fancy ripe bananas, only 10 cents per Dr. Hale's Household Ointment is Miss Nannie Holton, of Tuckahoe, is effecting more wonderful cures dozen, at Hill oc Co.'s. than any spending a few days with the Misses Proc- remedy in the world". Ask Power & ReyCarlisle is lighted by fifteen arc and tor, of tho Sixth ward. nolds about it. 1 1 PAPER surpassed for quality, style and price. Come and look at our stock before purchasing. lino of cheaper Papers cannot be 300 incandescent electric lamps. i i If The Coroner's jury at Carlislo decided Mr. Frank Ellison and Miss Lucie A boy living at Winchester, Ohio, had Charles, of Manchester, are the guests of that Preston Kokendoffer was killed by his nose bitten off by a vicious hore a John Keys. Keys surrendered himself few days since. Miss Sallie Dawson McDaniel. 25 WEST SECOXD STREET and was released on $1,000 bail. t The tax levy at Dover has been fixed Mrs. Fannie Gibbons Couch, formerly Albert Emmons, aed thiity-six- , and at 40 cents on the $10010 cents higher LAXDRETH'S RELIABLES of Maysvillo, but for several years past a Miss Julia Fry, aged thirty-threboth than ever before. resident of Taylor, Texas, is, visiting her of this county, were granted marriage relatives, Judge and Mrs. Mat Walton. Next Sunday is the, datu of the C and license Thursday. Wednesday, May 25, Lexington Leader. O.'s excursion from Huntington to Cinis tho date set for the wedding. cinnati. Low rates. Window glass all sizes at Greenwood's. A i'ostoffice will bo established at School medals and badge3 in gold and temnE&xsaim The Dover News says there is some talk Millwood in a few days, to be known as silver made to owK-- at Murphy's, the of tho M. P. Wells extending her trips to "Wedonia," but it is announced that the WHOLtoALE AND RETAIL fOR SALE BY patrons of the office will have to provide jeweler, successor to Hopper & Murphy. Vanceburg. . for carrying the mail by the Flemings-bur- g Rosenau Bro.. call attention to the For elegant gold watches, go to Ballon- 'bus. great bargains they aie ottering in mati ger, the jeweler, uorrect carpets, wash good, umThe Vanceburg Sun says: "Judge tings, Best made. Prices as low as the lowest. See advertisement. brellas Wall has a record, both public and priDRUGGIST. SECOXD AXD SUTTOX. Dr. Stockdale, tho specialiast, was in vate, that is absolutely unimpeachable. Call on H. H. Cox & on if you want Any man, whatever his politics may be, fre3h, lettable gulden and flower seed, Maysvillo yesterday on his monthly visit. Thursday, Juno 10, is his next can consistently vote for G. S. Wall." plants and grape vines. South aide of & : SHEA. ""v-,JcCUH- IlHi Remember the election comes oft' to- Second stieet, two dooi- east of Sutton. date here. morrow. An electric car demolished Dieterich & Representative Frazee is honored with Dealers in- At McKeesport, Penn., Win. Johnson, a place on the Legislative Committee apBro's wagon yesterday morning opposite a colored waiter, is lying at the point of pointed to Plymouth Baptist Church, and ruined a receive those paintings pre- WtTJ'm' ?W--- msZteJ&iM death. Johnson smoked two hundred sented to Kentucky by citizens of Phila.,- - rfafei ! mu HHH JS . Ji,T -&. lot of flowers. BM WW st cigarettes Sunday, and next day was delphia. Mr. Frank Smith, yard engineer of bragging of his feat, when he was sud. the L. and N. at this place, is out after denly stricken down and writhed in terrife Dr. Moore has been editor u i,5Sv E weeks with ble agony. Doctors say he can not live. of the Western Christian Advocate of an illness of two or three MANTELS, ORATE rss.rr a ., v r s ' f f malarial fever. Cincinnati. This will bo good news to m? vr-r-Mr. James N. Lynch, who located in his many friends and to the many leaders Guttering and Spouting. I'lnware, I ii Ha i& vW fe? If The Superior Couit has affirmed the Buffalo, N. Y., several months ago, has of that paper. re m te I u lijl case of Buckler against Beese &c, from bought a lot in that 'city and will build EmSSS'----j5Eight men, seven colored and ono Robertson County. Also the case of himself a home at once. He is expected iGasolme fctoes Refrigerators and Ico Cream freezers. Scruggs &c. against Meyer & Co., from in Maysville about June 1st on a visit to white, were fined fivo dollars and costs by i.iU rT" Fleming. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lynch. a jury in the Fleming Circuit Court, for crap shooting. Edward Berry was given Cucumbers, 5 cents each ; now beets, 5 Ho will take a life partner back to Buffalo $20 fine for disturbing religious worship. cents a bunch ; new potatoes,- 40 cents a when he returns. G. S. Judd wants tornado insurance. peck; cimelons, 5 cents each; wax and Wholesale aud Retail Dealers lu- Congressman Pattison has been nomOn dwelling and business houses, one green beans ; home grown peas, and fancy inated for by tho Democrats year at 25 cents. ripe strawberries, at Hill & Co. s. of tho Sixth Ohio district. R. T. Hough, On farm barns, one year at 50 cents. Grand Master W. G. Simpson, of tho of Highland, and M. J. Hutchison, of On value, with good foundaGrand Lodge of Kentucky, I. 0. 0. ., Warren, were chosen delegates to the tions. mlGdlin i i has granted special dispensation allow- Chicago convention, with Geo. P. Tyler, Charles Jones, " Bony " Latham and ing tho lodge at Vanceburg to appear in of Biown, and J. W. Denver, Jr., of ClinSOLE AGENTS FOR Asa Smith were arrested yesterday by uniform in the procession on Decoration ton, as alternates. Constable Dawson On chaige of petit larDay. Lodges that desiro to join them, There is a big muss in the ranks of ceny. They were tried before 'Squire Vanceare asked to correspond with the THE CELEBRATED JOHN VAN RANGES. tho Ohio G. A. R. over the "official route" Miller this morning. Jones and Latham burg lodge. to the National Encampment, at Wash- wore dismissed and Smith was sent to "Judge Wall needs no commendation ington City. Tho Cincinnati Posts de- jail in default of $100 bail. RAILROAD SCHEDULE. WANTED. Middle-agelady for at our hands," says the Vanceburg Sun. cided on the C. and O., and entered into CINCINNATI DIVISION CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO. WANTED family Apply at this office. The young ladies and children of Mrs. "Ho is a man of tho highest rectitude, contract. Now the State Commander manage "ixr ANTED An ;energetlo man to neeueu ; East. West. Branca otlice only n. lew nonars noblo impulses, magnanimous conduct, has issued orders that lie has chosen the Reid's class will have a crowded houso to 3.no a. m, No. 1..... G:20n.m. and Interest In the No. 2 7 lOp, in. No. 19... greet them Tho tickets aro salary to start, 875 per month COMPANY, Kansas No. 20 540 a.m. unimpeachable honor in all tho re- B. and O. as the "official route." and bushier. THE WESTERN No. 18 10.W a. m U5n.ru. No. 17... a2Mtf nearly all sold. The class goes to Aber- City, Mo. 8 00 p.m. No.3.... 4 lations and walks of life. His life has No. 25 p. m. rw. 1Q find '20 nm flip MnvsvlllA nnnnmmnln " Blue Shovel " Morris pleaded guilty deen for an entertainment Saturday earned tho high honors with which tho 17 and 18 tho Huntington accomtlon, and Nos. FOR REXT. people will crown him." Vote for him beforo tho Probato Judge at Georgetown night. The boat leaves promptly at half modation. Nos. I and 2 aro the fast express aud F. past seven and returns immediately after FOR RENT A nice room In second story of Nos.3and4thoF. Is aV.folld to tho charge of breaking into Taylor No F. V.i train with through storo rooms on Sutton near i tho entertainment. gas In It. Would bo a dining cur and I'ullmau sleepers to Washington, Second street. Water and Alexander's houso at Aberdeen, and was good loom for a dressmaker. For Information lliltlmoro, Philadelphia nud New York. Through ono of the tluee parties Jeit Clayton, JOd'it Pullman sleeper to Richmond. Vn., and Old Point given a sentence that will keep him in D. HECIIINfiER. Charles SiMfso.v, who has charge of call on RENT A piano. Apply at Tills Ol'EItE Comfort. No. 2 Is a solid train with Pullman charged with robbing Frost's . saloon, ?OR tho work houso at Cincinnati about six Sleeper to Washington, making all eastern and the big water tank of tho 0. and 0. at waived examination beforo 'Squire Grant connections. months. Ho will have to answer other Hill RENT The restaurant portion Tho yesterday and was recommitted to jail in charges as soon as ins present sentonco Dover, has been kopt busy for tho past 1 House. Alo front roonn aud Hats ofApply Sundayaccommodation tralus aro dally except ; tho rest are dally. two weeks shooting at woodpeckers, says nt HILL HOUSE. mlldlm Direct connection at Cluciuuatl for poinU West default of $300 bail, to answor at tho expires. and South. tho News. This bird is destructive to next term of tho Circuit Court. Charles Add twenty-siminutes to get city time. ii FORISALE. Mr. John W. Bramel, Vice President all wooden tanks, as ho pecks away at Skinner was not ready for trial and his MAY8VILLE DIVISION KENTUCKY CENTRAL. He of the Union Trust Company, and jMiss them until ho fills them with holes, and case was continued till frame dwellings on Third Southbound. 17OR SALE Two Improvements, excellent rewaived examination this morning, and Dollio Warder, of Orangoburg, wore of course ruins them. Simpson has suc- pair. ' ApplyModern MEYEU or SALLEE 4t Leave Maysville nt 5.30 a. ra. for Paris, Lexingto S. N. ton, Cincinnati, Richmond, Stanford, Livingston, mlGdOt was recommitted to jail in default of quietly married yesterday afternoon by ceeded in killing twenty of tho birds in Jelllco, Mlddlesborough.Cuuiberland Gap, Frankfort, Loulsvlllo and points ou N. N. and M. V. Row J. E. Wright, at his residence on the past month. $300 bail. i Eastern Division. LOST. West Second. The couple loft for tho Leave Maysvillo nt 1:55 p. m. for Paris CincinNominated 'Squire Luttrell. Wednesday afternoon nt tho C. and 0. nati, Lexington, Winchester, Riohmoud and The Enquirer stated yesterday that groom's homo near Lowisburg immediOST Xj depot, an umbrella Ivcave at this ofllco nud points on N. N. aud M. V. Eastern Division. tho condition of that eminent surgeon, ately, where a reception was held last Eight or ten members of tho Farmers' receive reward. ial9d3t Northbound. Alliance of Lewis County met yesterday in evening. Dr. W. W. Dawson, who has been Arrive nt Maysvillo at 10.00 a. ra. and 8:45 p. m. at Vanceburg and nominated 'Squire Win. All trains dally except Sunday. feoblo health for a long time, is such as FOUXD. Add twenty-simluutcs to get city time. The Bostona has gono to the bank for Luttrell, of this county, as a candidate for his recovAAMVMMy to cause tho gravest fears A small packago of goods, Tuesday. ery. Ho is at tho Good Samaritan Hos- somo repairs and tho St. Lawrence takes for State Sonator. . Owner can get same by calllnc nt this ofllce. DK. J. II. SAMUUIj, It is known that Mr. Luttrell expressed pital, an instiluto that tfjves much to her place. Tho Enquirer says: "Tho Surgeon Good Samaritan Hospital, him, under tho caro of- tho good sisters, Bostona will bo trimmed up and put in himself aa very well pleased with tho Longview of shapo and it is intimated nomination of Judge "Wall, and ho was optho best Insano Asylum, and a number of his While tho attending physicians have not there will bo an entirely now programme posed to tho Alliance making any nominaI am In the Wool business, and expect to be, given up all hope, It is stated that they between Cincinnati and Pomoroy as to tion at all. Whether ho will accept tho and It will bo to your lntoreht to call on rno before telling ; or call on Mr. Jos. S. Wnlllngford, of hold grave doubts as to his ultimate re- the liours and minutes when sho starts honor and make the race or not, has not Orangeburg, who Is associated with me, Qfllco and Residence: Third Street, ono door been learned. JOS. H. DODSON. fJ2d0in next week," West of Market. covery. e, KACKLEY & McDOUGLE G ARDEN SEED! r time-keeper- s. s, i-- TH OS.J.CHENOWETH "ili - -- ggsAWMfis, Kasaw!s3Sfes3Saa jv-- HinaM UST?a " v JrK! 1 p hk rt.- -J JJ! avI r fiff 1tivm3EnSRI& - BIBRBOWBR & CO., -- M one-thir- d OVERRATES, MANTELSJINWA r d house-keepe- r J 1 1 south-easter- n x M " to-da- y. 8AL-LE- t x - fellow-practitioner- s. WOOL, WOOL! Physician and Surgeon. t i J & il ujf r i ' j?i. " f -- 'v "i-- i'fa.telAt-, -- 2zg3gmmm. TWO CONFERENCES, Methodists and Presbyterians in Session. OMAHA AND PORTLAND, OREGON. riie. Methndlit Conference Adopt! a New Scheme of Voting nnrt Resume tho Election of Officers Opening Dny ol the Presbyterian Ocncrnl Assembly at Portland, Oregon. Omaha, May 20. Bishop Merrill, of Chicago, presided over yesterday's session of the Methodist conference. The bad weather has disappeared, and with the sunshine came large crowds. H. B. "Wills, of Iowa, offered a resolution asking that the hymnals be abridged to 400 hymns, bound in substantial covers and sold to the poorer churches for fifty cents per copy. ' The central German conference asked that tho presiding elders of an annual conference and its laymen, delegates elected to the last general conference, constitute an advisory board or cabinet for the purpose of assisting the bishop at the sessions of the annual conference to station the ministers of the church. Referred. James E. Briggs presented a resolution adopted by the general conference demanding that the editors of tho official papers discontinue making them an agency for the promulgation of their partisan prejudices. Referred. Mr. Amos Shinkle said he wanted to introduce a resolution that would save at least $1,000 and a great deal of time. The resolution provided that during tho election proceedings all but delegates should be excluded from the conference floor and that in voting all tho delegates etand until the tellers passed them with the hat collectinc the ballots, thus do ing away with the call of the roll in voting. The resolution was adopted. The election of officers was then taken up. The election of an editor of The Central Christian Advocate was the first in order. Dr. Stewart, of Kansas City, nominated Dr. Jesse Bowman Young. Elder Shank, of Nebraska, nominated Chancellor C. F. Creighton. Dr. Mas-deof St. Louis; Dr. McElroy, of Illinois, Rev. J. C. W. Coxo, Dr. R. W. Goodwin, of Illinois; and Dr. W. T. Smith, of Iowa, were nominated. The election created more excitement than anything that had preceded in the election line. Before tho ballot was taken Bishop Merrill announced tho election of Dr. Arthur Edwarda editor of The Northwestern Adnata by the last ballot taken on the previous day. Dr. Edwards got 5J07 votes out of a total of 4o8. The ballot for the of The Central Advocate was taken. Mr. Shinkle's scheme for balloting proved to be a veritable time saver. The ballot was taken in four minutes, whereas by the old way of calling the roll it required half an hour for each ballot. It resulted in the election of J. B. Young, of St. Louis. Dr. C. w. Smith was the only man nominated for the editorship of the Pittsburg Advocate. His election was practically unanimous. H. Liebhart was elected editor of Haus und Herd, of Cincinnati, receiving 367 votes. Albert J. Nast, of Cincinnati, was elected editor of The Christian Apolgist, receiving 30b votes. B. F. Croary was elected editor of tho San Francisco" Advocate and E. W. Sham-inon- d editor of The Southwestern Advocate. The conference decided to reconsider the motion by which the call for the 18. shut firesentatiou" was have off on Mayfull to one more roll call for the introduction of resolutions. A report of the committee on consolidation of benevolence was shot into tho proceedings by a suspension of tho regular order. It recommended that tho Educational society and tho Freedmen's Aid and Southern Educational society be not consolidated. Tho report wila adopted, and again the friends of consolidation suffered defeat. The Oinalui Christian Advocate offers to donate itb plant and subscribers to the conference if it is made an official paper. It will probably be accepted. Cleveland is making a hard pull for tho next conference. A large delegation from that city is here and has presented a memorial to the conference, which was referred to the committee. n, ed-if- Auburn; Dr. William Alexander, of San Francisco; Dr. W. C. Roberts, of Lake Forest; Dr. WillianrE. Moore, of Columbus, O.; Dr. Booth, of New York; Dr. Nicolle, of St. Louis; Dr. Van Dyke, of Brooklyn, and Hon. Elliot F. Shep-arof New York. Tho assembly spent all the afternoon endeavoring to elect a modeiator. Nomination speeches were prohibited on motion uC Eldor George Junkin, of Philadelphia. The nominees were Rev. Robert Chrfotie, of St. Paul; Rev. Wallace Radcliffe, of Detroit; Rev. T. Ralston, of Buffalo; Rov. W. A. Bart-let- t, of Washington; Rev. C. Young, of Danville, Ky.; Rev. S. A. Muchmore, of Philadelphia; Rev. William Alexander, of San Francisco; Rev. Simon J. of Chicago, and Elder George Junkin, of Philadelphia. Christie. Mcpherson. Radcliffe and Junkin desired to withdraw, but the assembly refused consent. Young led in the first ballot with 128 votes. McFhcison, 117; Muchmore, 83. On the second ballot Young ran up to 182; Radcliffe, 1.10; McPherson, HI: the Christie, Smith and rest scattering. Muchmore were then withdrawn. Younjr was elected moderator on the third ballot, receiving 208 votes. Rad cliffe had loO and Mcrhorson OS. Dr. Young is piebident of Centre college, Louisville. He is just fifty years old. He is known as an able expounder of the Presbyteriun doctrine. A fact that had a good deal to do with his election was that he was on the border line of the southern general assembly, which was divorced from the northern body on the question of slavery during the war. The election of Mr. Young, it is believed, will lead to the reunion of the northern and southern assemblies and the absorption of the latter. Dr. Young is a strong opponent of the Briggs element. Unitarians to Ho United. Chicago. May 20. The rupture between the Western Unitarians and the other Unitar ans in the United States, which has existed since 1886, is at an end and will not be long before all the Unitarian churches will be united in harmony. At yesterday's session of the Western Women's Unitarian conference the last act of the delegates was to pass resolutions which will heal up th' breach that has so long existed. The offering of the resolution caused a hard fight, but those in favor of peace carried the day. Congress of the llnpttst Churches. Philadelphia. May 20. The Tenth annual congress of tho Baptist churches of the United States convened in this city yesterday. Over 2,000 delegates are present. At the afternoon session the question "The Christian year; how far ip its recognition advisable?" was Among the speakers were Professor H. G. Weston, Dr. Stockely and Dr. Faunce and Dr. MacArthur, of New York. Of d. n, d. HOUSE AND SENATE. What TViu Done In Both Branches of Congress. 20. In the houso yesterday there was an attempt made by the free Bilver men to rally to tho support of Mr. Bland, Democrat, of Missouri, who desired to have the silver bullion purchased, aud that now in the treasury coined into silver dollars, the cost to be paid out of the seniorage to the government, which the chair ruled out of order, Mr. Bland taking an appeal which the house, however, refused to sustain; the. silver men mustering votes. Mr. Johnson, only seventy-fivRepublican, of Indiana, again lectured the Democratic party for their failuro to keep their pledges by passing a silver coinage bill. An amendment of Mr. MassaCogswell, Republican, of chusetts, appropriating $1,010,185 for the eleventh census, was rejected. Tho house, after concluding only three pages of the bill, then adjourned. The senate by three hours' rapid work got through with every item in printed pagps of the tho eighty-twriver and harbor bill, and udopted all the committee's amendment, and then adjourned further discussion till tomorrow. In the course of the debate some, instructive facts were stated as to the operation of the contract clause of the bill. lturiieil Himself Up. Nelsonvillk. O., May 20. Barney Hutton, a dissipated old man. was burned to death in his bed yesterday. He had been drinking and in some way set the hut on fire. He has a wife and six children but has not lived with them recently. Indications. by fair weather; Showers, followed southerly winds, shifting to westerly. e o Washington, May (ppfEq; B. A. STOCK ALE, M. 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Address MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE, Louisville, Ky. self-abusma-tur- T ; ATTORNEY And Counsellor at Law. Practices In Mason and adjoining counties. Office in building of Wads-wort- h fc J. m BALLENGEP, Wo do not quote prices, Imt as usual, we are always lower than any one. Come and see us. Son. IV. GAXMKAITH, HILL & 005 THE LEADERS. ATTORNEY And Counsellor at Law. Practices in the courts of Mason and adjoining counties. Prompt attention paid to collectious, Diamonds, Watches Clocks, 5 WORKbD VERY QUIETLY. A Negro Tukon from Jail and Ljnched at JInnchoHter, Teiin. Nashville May 20. It was believed Wednesday that the mob would not got Charles Everett, a negro, who was in jail at Manchester for entering the sleeping apartments of two young ladies at Tullahoma. There was .no excitement at Manchester and no fear of mob violence. The calm was illusive. The mob but bided its time. At 3 o'clock Thursday morning fifty armed men from Tullahoma went into Manchestpr nnd proceeded straight to the jail. They forced an entrance and in a few minutes Everett was pwinging fiom the railroad bridge. He denied that he had entered the rooms of the girls with any evil intent, but so many assaults cf negroes on white women are daily reported in the south that his denial did not avail. The work done, the mob dispersed so quietly that few people in Manchester knew of tho deed until daylight. ARBITRATION MAY END NOTICE OF lllll irr s. yazeix, Second Street, Fifth Ward, JEWELRY, STERLING SILVER Miihoii nnd Lewis CounTo tho SherlllH ties: You are hereby directed to cnuso nn election to bo held in your respective counties on Office at home, 425 East Second Street. SATURDAY, MAY lilst, lMtt, for Senator in tlio Thirty-firs- t vacancy occasioned district, to fill the bv the resignation of Hon. Charles H. Poyntz. O A3HJEI. PANGBUItN, M. C. ALFORD. May S, IS'-t- PHYSICIAN km SU11GE0N. KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS. BRONZES, BRONZES, BRONZES. North Side of Third Street, To tho Olllcers of Klectlnn nnd Voters of Mnsou County, Kentucky: In pursuance of tho above proclamation to mo directed, I hereby order and direct that an electlou PHYSICIAN AND SU11GE0N. be held In the various voting places nnd pro cincts In Mason County, Kentucky, SATURDAY, MAY 21st, 1S'J2, between the hours of 0 o'clock a. m, and 7 o'clock p. m. of said day for tho purpose Office Third Street, opposite Christian Church. of electing u Statu Senator to JJilll out the unexpired term caused by the resignation of Hon. TTVlt. 1 G. SMOOT, Charles B. Pojntz, Senator from tho Thirty-firs- t district of Kentucky. Witness my hand this lth day of May, 1892. Homeopathic J. W. ALEXANDER, Sheriff of Moron County, Ky. ART POTTERY, NOVELTIES, ETC. IT. A Possibility That tho 73,000 Granite Cutters May Return to Work. New York, May 20. Arbitration REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. PHYSICIAN AND SMGE0N. Office Hours 7 to9a.m.,l to 3p. 9 p.m. Office, No. 34 Second St., late Dr. Holton's office msnoN TRUST COMPANY, OFJMAYSVELLE, KY. m7to THE PRESBYTERIANS. The First Day's Session of the General Assentb.y at Portland, Oregon. Portland, May 20. The highest court of the Presbyterian church, known as the general assembly, convened here yesterday and will be in session for probably two weeks. It is the one hundred and fourth gathering of the body and the first that has taken place west of Omaha. It comes here in response to tne invitation of the First church, and elaborate arrangements have been made by the citizens for the entertainment or the 2,000 commissioners, officers and visitors. First church was crowded to stiffoca- tiou when the pro-ceedin- may end tho troubles growing out of tho granite workers' lockout, which has resulted in 7.'5,000 men in different cities being unemployed. Both sides have expressed their willingness to submit their differences to three bishops of same or of different denominations. The succeiw of the late Cardinal Manning in set ling the longshoremen's strike in L01..1011 has suggested the advisability of church dignitaries taking the present trouble in tliis country in hand. Both the Manufacturers' association and tho National Paving Cutters' union seem raadv to arbitrate. House and Lot of Jas. Wallace, VETERINARY Fleming pike, .$1,150. Five Lots, Spalding property. Calhoun Property, corner "Wall and Second streets. The One Hundred and Ten Acre c. Farm of Chris Schatzmann, near Maysvillo. $7,000. Chartered to act as Executor, Administrator, Trustee, Guardian, Assignee. Committee, Receiver, Agent, A.C., &c, and lor the faithful performance of all such duties all Its capital and surplus SffRGEON. are liable. Safes in its Fire and Burglar Proof Boxes or Vaults for rent at from 83 to 812 per year. Wills receipted for and kept tcUhout charge In Cures all cases of lameness or no charge. nas a tho Safety Vault, subject to tho maker's order. Gold and Silver Plate and valuables of any kind blister from French school that will not blemish. received for safe keeping under guarantee. W. WABDLE, OFFICERS M. C. RUSSELL, President. JOHN W. BRAMEL, Vice President, THOMAS WELLS, Treasurer. Office pvlt. l'AIUS WHEEI.KK, at Daulton Bros.' Stables, Crawfohmjvilli:. Ii..l., Mav 20. Judge Tlioir is F. DaiSoi diud at his homo here this morning at 9 o'clock. He was beiz"d by the grip shortly after his hard work defending W. F. Pettitt for the murder of his wite, and has been ill with various diseases ever since. The immediate uiuse of his death was erysipelas, which set in Sunday. l..tu 11I 'I (I. 'i DENTIST. W. W. BALL, Secretary. DIRECTORS: M. C. Rcsotii,, Db. J. T. Strode, A. M. CAMPBELL, uG-DEsasr- ZWEIGABT'S BLOCK. Jxo. N. Thomas. John W. Bbamkl, Walter Matthews, MOST IX QUiKTITT. BK8TISqCiUrT Dewitt c. franklin, ACADEMY TH-E- the Presbyterian church, including President Patton, of Princeton; Dr. Herrick Johnson, of McCormick; Dr. Morris, of Lane; Dr. Matthew B. Riddle, of Allegheny: Dx, Willis J. Beecher opened with devotional exercises including a sermon by the retiring moderator, Dr. William Henry Green, of Prince-- t o u Theological seminary. Ho was expected to deliver this sermon in but on ac- hkv. vr. n. grken. count of illness ifc was read by Clerk Roberts. Rev. John G. Riheldorfer, of Redwood Falls, Minn., the oldest minister in attendance, was made temporary moderator. After devotional services a , recess was taken. Among those who occupied the front pews were some of the ablest scholars of were Vutully Injured. Brazil, Ind., May 20. At 7 o'clock yesterday morning Jacob Wilson, an employe'in the rolling mill, boarded a tram on the Chicago and Indiana Coal railroad to rido to his homo. 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