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Evening bulletin (Maysville, Ky. : 1887) Evening bulletin (Maysville, Ky. : 1887) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Rosser & McCarthy Maysville, KY 1893 eve1893111501_sn87060190 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Evening bulletin (Maysville, Ky. : 1887) Evening bulletin (Maysville, Ky. : 1887) Rosser & McCarthy Maysville, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. p THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME XII. OIAYSVTLLE, KY., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1893 Queen Ldiiuokalanl, This fact was developed after tho conclusion of the cabinet mooting yesterday. Tho Hawaiian question was tho chiof topic of discussion. Tho meeting was attended by all the members except Socrotary Smith, who was in Georgia. Tho session bqgan ot 11 and lasted until 1:80 o'clock. This is about tho usual length, of cabinot sessions. Secretary Morton remained with the president aftor the adjournment, and it is presumed he took luncheon with him. After tho, close of tho me6tinga reporter was, informed, by a gentleman who participated in it. that nothing woulube made public on tho Hawaiian question as a rosult of tho meeting or otherwise. Another Secret Conference. Washington, Nov. 15. Tho meotinjr which was arranged between Secretary Gresham and Minister Thurston of the Hawaiian government was had at 8 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Both .of tho gentlemen, declined to state, what wob the result of tho interview. It was learned from Mr. TnurB-to- n that tn meeting was a vory friendly ono, but ho declined to divulgo anything which was said. how-ove- r, NUMBER .'305. FOR IT. HAWAIIANQUESTION. It Is an Interesting One In Washington. NO, KlIGHTSJtf THE LABOR. ANOTHER USE Seventeenth Annual Convention of the Order. FIRST DAY'S' SESSION. REAL NEWS GIVEN OUT. Xho. Cabinet) Considers, tho Matter and It Is Believed That All the Members President Cleveland's Finn, For the Qcstqrathin of ho Queeu No. Freight Vclnsj tapped to Honolulu., Washington, Nov. 15. --There is on entire dearth of any real news from Hawaii or, about Havzatf. Tho epeca-latio- n as to what has been occurring thero in the week past 1b, however, by Noarly everyone no moans abated. has taken one side or tho other, and is an earnest, wisher, for the prompt suci, cess of tho effort to restoro Queen or is vainly hopeful that something may inter,vone to balk tho purpose announced by this government. Tho fear of the friends of tho prosent government is that Minister "Willis will President Dole to an immediate ecision and demand prompt surrender of all his authority on tho ground that the provisional government itself put a limit upon tho duration of its own authority and that limit expires when Minister Willis announces to him that thero is no possible chance of annexation to the United States. It is a fact that for several months past the provisional government has recognized that therb was no hope of Becuring annexation to the United States, nnd they havo felt fully the obligation upon them under those circumstances of providing a permanent form of government for the islands. The form of the proposed government has been discussed and it has been proposed to call it a commonwealth. It is expected that President Dole will mlvniir.n tAifisfl facts as arguments against the contention of Minister Willis that his government tho government to which Willis is accredited has expired by its own limitation. Should Minister Willis decline to recognize tho validity of this argument and President Dole determine to follow out his contention, so far as lay in his powqr, his next step is oxpected to bo to formally notify tho United States minister that he would not yield without tho employment of force and that he would regard tho landing of troops to enforce his disfrom the position as an act of war. Tho diplomatic representatives of foreign countries In Honolulu aro looked to with eagerness in a civil emergency, and opponents of restoration assert their belief that theso would formally protest against the act of tho United States minister with tho exception of tho representatives of Great Britain and Japan and possibly Eussia. There have been rumors from tho Eq,-dora- e, Liliu-okalan- BOUND One Company TO BE BLOODSHED. Alono of Flvo Hundred Drilling With Winchesters. Tacoma, Nov. 15. S. W. Harvey, a Honolulu banana dealer who arrived by the Canadian-Australia- n steamer War-rimoo- x, says: "A company of 500 whites havo boon drilling with Winchester rifles for a long time in anticipation of a disturbance. Each man has his man picked out, and, after the first shot is fired, I have no doubt thero will bo plenty of bloodshed. The friends of the provisional government do not so much hate the deposed queen as they do her hangers-on. Her following is detested. Every night after dark the men, who are ouietlv drillincr. used to nass out past my house at Honolulu. They havo their rifles secreted in their houses. They anticipate that tho royalists, reinstated, will be moro offensive than evor. This offensiveness is exactly what would causo tho trouble. If tho American marines do not turn in and hold the town of Honolulu down, thero will surely be bloodshed when tho royalists come into power. There is no tolling what would become of business under a change. The prospect is not hope- Addrtis ot Welcomo and Response, Followed hy Appointment of Committees, Take Up the Tlmo,of tho, Morning Session, Whilo TtlXf Poirderly' Address Was Heard iu tho Afternoon. Philadelphia,, Nov. 15. Tho 17th annual convention, of the KnightB of Labor mot at Industrial hall, this city, at 10:80 o'clock yesterday morning. Nothing but uoutino business was transacted during the. moaning session. Dr. A. IL P. Leuf, master workman of District Asspmbly No. 1, Philadelphia, delivered an, address of welcomo. To this Mr. Powdorly responded briefly, manifesting his pleasure at being received by the local hoad of tho order, referring pleasantly to Philadelphia as tho, city that gave birth to independence nnd to tho organization of tho knights. The committee on credentials then roported. and discussion on the matterB brought up by them consumod the o morning. Thero was some difference of opinion about the accoptanco of tho credentials of a half dozen from isolated districts made up of local unattached. nnionB, but all were finally favorably passed upon. All the credentials were disposed of at tho morning en-tir- session. ful." NO . FREIGHT SHIPPED A TO HAWAII. men-of-w- Fear of u devolution Is Probubly the Cause Denial. stato department that the United States has not entered upon the attempt to restore tho queen without a thorough understanding with all the and it is said tho government 1 Eowers, assurances that no objec-tio- n would be raised to its plan. With regard to Germany, France and Portugal opponents of restoration say that citizens of all these powers recognized the necessity to good order and preservation of property and constitutional rights of the' overthrow of tho queen. These governments, they believe would deoline to approve hor restoration. Great Britain would unquestionably welcomo tho restoration of Queen Liliuokalani and tho prospect ot tho early accession of tho Princess Kaiu-lan- i as tho best hope of a government distinctively in tho British interest. By a convention with Franco in 1848, England agreed to refrain from ever annexing tho Hawaiian Islands or taking them under a protectorate, but she has never ceased to try to influence and control tho govornmont to her own interosts and the exclusion of others. The effect of tho restoration of tho queen upon tho United States interests in Pearl river harbor is of interest. The exclusive right of the United States to the use of this harbor was the reciprocal consideration, granted for the free entry of Hawaiian BUgar into the United States, under tho Hawaiian reciprocity. It is conceded that the freo ontry of sugar undor the McKinley law worked un abrogation of the special advantages enjoyed by Hawaiians under tho treaty and they havo held that tho right of the United States in Pearl river were terminated by it. It is known that this was an influence with tho,last administration in its consideration of the proposal far annexation. In the prosent status of our claim to Pearl river, a government unfriendly to it, if backed by a first class power seeking to break down the claim might very seriously embarrass it and jeopardize tho control of tho most valuable naval nnd coaling station in tho Pa- San Francisco, Nov. 15. Thero will be little or no freight shipped for Hawaii by tho Monowai, the steamer which sails next Thursday. Consul Wilder was seen regarding this nnd said that so far no bills of lading had boen presented to him for his vise. As no freight can be shipped to Honolulu without this formality, it is apparent that there can practically be no shipments made to Hawaii by this steamer. "It may bo," said Mr. Wilder, "'that merchants do not care to risk their goods by sending them to a country where there is a chance for a revolution." Tho afternoon sossion was dovoted to hearing report of General MaBter W orkman Powderly. Two hours and a half were consumed in reading the document, and at its conclusion Mr. Powdorly received applause. The report denied that tho order was retrograding nnd asserted that tho reader was in possession of statistics to show that tho organization was prosperous. It denied emphatically that the Knights of Labor or its chief is conspiring with the heads of tho Catholic church in this country to subvert It extols the national government. Pope Leo XIII and says that even those who belong to no church will say that no better friend to humanity over occupied tho papal chair. It characterizes tho etato national guard as a standing army, and says that the militia is a drain upon the workingmen and a friend to tho capitalist in timo of trouble. It also urges that the movement to establish colonies in tho south bo pushed forward. Mr. Powderly says very little upon the subject of immigration, except to their settlement in tho largo cities of the oast. Tho report favors a trinity of money, gold, silver and paper, and is in favor of silver coinage in the ratio of 10 to 1. It concludes with a statement that thore is no doubt but that the action of the KnightB of Labor In demanding the repeal of the Sherman act had great influence. There was nothing in tho proceedings to indicate that the convention will bo marked by any bitter personalities. do-plo- re Electricity Photographs Hurclars Right In tho Act. Three Grand Rapids, Nov. 15. burglars, trapped by electricity and the tamera. havo confessed to robbing the Ittore of Foster. Stevens and company, hardwaro. For somo time the firm has boen a loser by persistent and all other devices failing, two electricians arranged a camera focused on the cash drnwor and an electric connection was made with the Edison company's plant to operate it. A burglar alarm device was fitted in the cosh drawer so that when tho till was opened tho electric connection was made, and the shuttor of the camera was opened exposing tho lens and at the samo instant setting off a calcium flash light. As soon as the flash light fuse burned out it broke the circuit and the camera lens closed automatically with tho photographs of the imprinted on the instantaneous plate. Tho throo young men in tho job were startled by the flash light, but as no demonstration followed they finished the job in peace. Tho suspects were arrestod, and when confronted by tho photograph broko down and made full confessions. Their names aro Lewis Btoneburnor nnd Charles and Henry Snyder. All livo here. THE BRAZILIANWAR. Latest Fnrtlculnrs as Received hy the New York World. New York, Nov. 15. Tho World's Rio Janeiro dispatch says: Tho situation of affairs in nnd around this city is extremely complicated. The insurgents havo somo Innd forces near Iguassa, a town situated only a few miles west of Rio, under the command of Generals Portella. Broves and Perog-ibeg. till-tappo- ra e. LAKE VESSELS LOST. People Probably Twenty-Seve- n Were Drowned. THE CANISTEO AND CONSORTS. The Cinlittoo Was Tom lng tho S. II. Pom-cr- y and A. Stewart Her Owner, William Dulao of Detroit, Still Hopes tho Houts May Havo Simply Iloon Detained by Had Weather. Chicago, Nov. 15. The steamer Cnnisteo is believed to havo foundered at tho foot of Lake Michigan, near the Straits of Macinac, and drowned all hands. Rumors of the wreck were circulated late yesterday afternoon in local marine circles. Information came from St. Ignaoe that tho ferry steamer North Star had reported wreckage drifting ashoro on Mackinac island. It consisted of upper works, cabin doors and hatches, all marked Canisteo. Fishermen along tho north shore of Lake Michigan also ro ported that there is a great quantity of lumber, posts and ties scattered along the north shore near Scott's point. This would indicato that tho steamer had broken up near Scott's Point, and that her cargo had drifted ashore near Fort Villegai gnon emptied her batteries Monday on St. John's woods and heights. Shells burst around the drawNEEBE'S FAIRY STORY. bridge at army hoadquartors, and sevAnnnhist JMiigg, Ho Says, Was Killed hy eral shots fell into tho fortress of Jail OfllclaN. destroying trenches and barricades. Chicago, Nov. 15. Oscar Neebe, There was heavy cannonading from recently pardoned b Governor Mucangno. Santa Ana, Mahuruy and says that Lingg, whoso head was Sao Louronco. Part of Armacao is half blown to pieces by dynamite whilo still burning. sentenco of death, was Early Monday morning rebel torpedo ho was under jail was victim boats undertook to capture the mili- thesuicido. of Neebeguards and that not declares the tary school launch. On retiring a dead anarchist was given a loaded beaten, they attacked tho beaches on jail officials and it tho south side of the bay. Forces from cigar by some of the as alleged, tho deand not Villegaignon also attacked the laud was that, cap which killed the contonating forces at Santa Lnzia. Tho attackswn the marine and war demned man. "What motive could havo prompted nrsenalB wero repelled. When darkloaded to give ness set in severo fighting was going on an outsider asked of Lingg a He reNeebe. cigar?" was Villo-gaignon, thero. Tho Canisteo and her tow passed the Btraits Sunday night, since which they have not boen heard from. It is feared they went down in tho heavy nortueast gale. Tho Canisteo was towing the S. B. Pomory and A. Stewart. Her owner. William Dulac of Dotroit, Btill hopes the boats may have simply been detained by bad weather. Tho Canisteo carried a crow of 14 men aud her six aud seven men respectively. con-Bor- ts Alt-gel- d, in the neighborhood of Nictheroy. Kaunas Election Keturns. Topeka, Nov. 15. Full returns of the recent election in Kansas show that the Republicans made decided gains over 18'Jl when, as this year thore waB no general fusion botween Democrats Of the 030 officers and Populists. elected tno Republicans got 453, a gain of 53 over 1801: the Populists got 151, a loss of 15; tho Democrats got 24, a loss of 84, and there wero two ties. The Republicans polled 52 per cent of tho voto, and had a clear majority of plied: about 0,000. COLUMBIAN GUARDS. President Winston of tho Sutter Banking company, with which tho Soma of Tl em Will Oo to Honduras to provisional government has connecl'lcht For tho Government. tions, Baid that no drafts on the HaChicago. Nov. 15. The Columbian provisional government had waiian been presented to him; if Buch a ono guards, who, with brass swords and were presented he would havo cashed it. gleaming stars, havo played so important a part in the world's fair, have dt LAST OF THE FAMILY. cided not to rotiro to the oblivion of Mrs. llrldeot Hennessy Dylug In Now private life, but will, it is said, to the numbor of 150, go to Honduras and Orleans. 15. Mrs. Bridget fight with a biggor sword for South New Orleans,Nov. Henne8sy, mother of the murdered American liberty.division superintendDr. Thackorj, chief of polico of this city, is dying. It ent in tho department of manufactures, will bo remembered that tho assassinais said to be the originator of tho idea tion of Hennessy by Italians resulted in of forming a Columbian army for Hontho lynching of 18 Italians in this city duras, and the guards have taken kindand almost "caused war betwoon Italy ly to the scheme. It is said that Honand the United States. duras is going to havo an exposition of Mike Hennessy, a nephew of the its own next year, and that tho presidying woman with tho murdered chief, dent wants tho Americans to guard his killed Chief of Detectives Devereaux show. Aftor tho fair is over, the Honhero in 18b2, Mike was subsequently duras government, it ia claimed, will assassinated in Houston. Mrs. muster the guardB into its rognlar husband was killod in a desper- army. Ono hundred and fifty of tho ate stroet duel many yoars ago, Mrs. exposition soldiers have already promHennessy is the last of the family. ised to go to South America, and it is Hen-nossy- 's Ovor Flvo Hundred Prisoners. expected more will follow. G, A. R. Thoro is somo'disappointniont felt in administration circles at tho expressions of public opinion against the Hano indicaj waiian policy, but there aro purpose to tions of any wavering in the push it to a conclusion, or of any division on the subject. Thero is a good deal of interest in n statement put forth by ono near the have been notified to bo exceeding president that Jhere is much in the way of evidence in tho Blount report ly vigilant. that naa not nunertu ubuu oubi,""' ry pubDeath of Captain Smoker. tho public and that would, ifpublic Arkadklphia, Ark.. Nov. 15. lished, work n revolution in Smoker, a well known old eontimont in favor of tho administrapolicy. time Mirisi88ipi river steamboat comtion's mander and for moro than 20 years past CABINET MEETING. head of the mercantilo firm of Smokor strongest cotnawttllan Question tho Principal Sub- & Company, ono of the Tho ton buying and general moroantilo ject Discussed. Arkansas, died at Washinqton, Nov, 15. It is learned houses In southwost lastpight. Caphere lafo is a his residence was for years a resident ot on good authority that tho cabinet tain Smoker unit in ita endorsement of President New Orleans. p? Cleyelapd'a plan, for the. restoration gly-corin United States prisoners aro Making at present confined in tho city. These, LouUvlllo Next Year'son Kffort tn Get this Gathering. with witnesses nnd the prisoners' famLouisville, Nov. 15. Tho Comilies, will make n total of over 1,000. The jail is inadequate to hold all and mercial club of this city is leaving no they aro scattered over the city. Dep- stone unturned to get the G. A. R. enuty United States marshals are severe- campment in Louisville in 1804. ly criticised for such wholesale arrests, Messrs. McCullough, Minton and and charges of brutality are proferred, to Prustho last named, which will bo investigated by the sia undor tho Harrison administration, of families are grand jury. Hundreds have gone to Indianapolis as a commitdestitute and suffering, their main tee for tho Commercial club, supports beir undor arrest. by a committee of tho local G. A. R. to confer with tho G. A. R. Anntchlst or Crank. city. Huntington, W. Va., Nov. 15. A post in this Their reason for going to Indianapobottle containing nitroglycerin waB lis is to loarn how tho people in that found yesterday by some pedestrians city managed to got the encampment brick building in front of a fine last year. A number of members of in this city. It was not known whether posts from other cities havo expressed violent intent it was placed thore with themsolves vory much in favor of or by accident. The finding of a Louisville, and the indications are that cap on a Chesapoako and Ohio the work of tho Commercial club will yesterday's discovery thore bo rowarded. train with seems a possibility that an anarchist oro MU Thief Sentenced. crank is getting in his work. The Over COO Erd-man, ul Charleston, W. Va., Nov. 15. ENCAMPMENT. po-H- Cap-tain'Jo- Port Huron mail thief, was sontoncod it to nine yearB at hard labor in the houso of correction by Judge Swan. Ho pleaded guilty to two indictments. Ford was foreman of a gang of car cleanors at Port Huron, and it is estimated that 'ho stole not less than 200,000 letters during tho last two years. Do-tro- Detroit, Nov. 15. Charles Ford, tho Cape Charles, Va Nov. 15. The residence of Rov, Isaac Leo. noar thin city, was burned last night. MrB. John child wero Hwnp aud hor burned to dah. iviotnor nnd Child Perished. Saved a Driwiilng Man. Mexico, Mo., Nov. 15. Van Roberts, living at Rush Hill, this county, has been notified that ho has fallen heir to a 000,000 fortuno bequeathed to him by John Bonuott, who has just diod at Las Vegas, N. M. About 20 years ago Roborts saved Bennett from drowning in tho Sangamon river, near Decatur, Ills. Bennett thon assured him his heroism should somo day bo rowarded. Ho kept his word. After tho Hank Kobbors. Pendleton, Or., Nov. 15. A large posso is scouring tho mountains in pursuit of tho Milton bank robbers and there is slight chanco of their escape. Every forry across tho Columbia river is guarded. Tho officers havo an accurate description of tho robbers. Hop-sotho president of the bank, who was shot by the robberB, is attending to business, his injuries giving him but little trouble. Killed by Hli Stepson. Paduoaii, Ky., Nov. 15. Monroe Wyatt, a wealthy farmer of Floronco Station, this county, died yesterday from tho effects of a blow dealt him by his Btepson, Fred Hughes, Saturday night laBt. Wyatt had slapped one of his little daughters when Hughes interfered, striking him several blows on the hoad with iiiiro shovol. Hughos escaped and has not yet boen capturod. Political Illakeup in Kentucky. Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 15. The political makeup of both houses of tho noxt assombly will' be as follows: In the house thero will be 78 Democrats, 8 Independent Democrats, 2 Populists and 22 Republicans. In the sonato thero will bo 27 Democrats and 11 Republicans. This count will not vary when all tho certificates of election are in, moro than one voto, if at all. Town Wiped Out hy Fire. Pine Bluff, Ark., Nov. 15. Tho business portion of tho town of Portland, GO miles south of hero, was wiped out by firo yestorday, leaving nothing but tho storehouses ocoupied by Doan & Company and E. Cnrmack. Total loss S 10,000, with 20,000 insurance. Ed Sidborry was burnod to doath in tho Btoro of Pugh Brothers' company, whore he was sleoping. . - i Femala Whtto Cups Fined. Osceola, Nob,, Nov. 15. Tho fomalo White Caps wora arraigned beforo the county judge of Polk county and allowed to plead to unlawful assemblage. They wero fined $5 and costs, the costa amounting to $1 oacb. 'Child Ate Poisoned Candy. Alliance, O., Nov. 15. Frank son, Rpbbio, ft,te poison for candy, Ho can not recover, n, "At that timo n question of a pardon was being agitated and such an incident as tho suicide by dynamite of ono of the prisoners would act as a groat check in the exercise of gubernatorial clemency. I am now investigating and intend to find out who is responsible for his doath." Assistant Chief of Polico Kipley takes no stock in tho atntements made by Neebe. "That's all rot," said Kipley; "us I recall tho case, Lingg placed this fulminating cap, or small explosive, in his mouth nnd intentionally killed hiuihelf. Thero wao no reason to suppose that the guards gave him a loaded cigar. His cell was searched nnd every precaution taken ngninst but in somo manner this cap was passed to him or ho had it concealed on nis person and ho killod himself." VERDICT IN A MURDER TRIAL. Clairo Ilnhlnsou Sentenced toTlneo Years in tho Indiana Penitentiary. 11 t Valparaiso, Ind.. Nov. 15. The jury in the Claire Robinson case, for tho attempted robbery of the Northern Indiana Normal school safe, returned a verdict, finding him guilty on one of the four counts, and not guilty on tho other threo. Tho penalty was fixed at three years in the Michigan City peniRobihson and his brother attempted to rob tho safe in tho Normal college, but wero surprised by a lady toucher, whom they stood off with revolvers. Thoy had takeu two bicycles on which they wero to escape, but being hotly pursued by a mob of citizens thoy fled through tho fields. A farmer coining to town on a load of produco was fired at by tho pair, but leaping from his wagon procured a rille and killed one of tho brothers. The boys come of a good family, and. both had been students at tho college, boforo their mad schemo of robbery was hatched A i! tentiary. i T ..i; !. i FALLEN NATION. Tho People of Spain Have Lost Confldonco in tho Government. Du-ton- 's London, Nov. 15. A letter from tho Spanish agent of n groat commercial houso of this city has been received here, and has causod much counnont in commercial circles. Tho writer of this lotter says that tho condition of affairs in Spain is decidedly critical. Public confidence is at tho lowest ebb. It is added that the govornmont and othor officials are in n stato of panic, nnd that the army is notoriously groatly owing to tho fact that its pay is in arrears. Tho Melilla disturbances have not diverted tho attention of the peoplo from the Barcelona dynamito bomb outrago, which has furthor inflamed the publio against tho govornmont, and the state of affairs ia causing much alarm and may load to tho most serious consequoncos. Amanda, O.; Nov. 15. Edgar Flan-no- r, rocolvor of tho Ohio Valley Paper company, has resignod, and tho plant will bo sold at publio auction. Twelve Business Houses Hurned. a Winnipeg, Man., Nov, 15. At 12 of the loading business places of tho town wore oeatToyed by fire. d, Ro-gin- I m w t) Evening Bulletin. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. COUNTY CULLINGS. Cor- itossEit One Year Six Months & McCarthy, 75 Proprietors. Items PickodUp by tho Bulletin's respondents in Mason and Elsewhere. Is Life Worth Living? depends npon tho ;fAAA AAfUlAA A1 AAAAAAA1 A1 AAAAAAAA AAA1 AAA1 A1 AAAAAAAAJ SPECIAL BARGAINS! -- AT- That MINEUVA. tho Liver is Liver. Thnriit. King has returned from Lexington. 25 inactivo tho wholo sysMrs. Jones Is visiting; relatives lit this comDKI.lVEKEl) UY OAUKIKU: tem is out of order tho munity. 0 cents I'or Week lreath is bad, digestion Tho Y. D. nnd S. S. Society will organize a cooking club In tho near future. poor, head dull or aching, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1893. Miss Qlascock, a tnuslo teacher of Mlllersburg, energy and hopefulness Is visiting friends In this vicinity. gone, tho spirit is deTICKET. DEMOCRATIC Mrs. Retta Worthlngtou and Miss Julia Worth-lugto- n pressed, a heavy weight has returned from Mlllersburg. Novcmbor Election, 1804. cxistB after eating, with Miss Ida Donovan had tho mtsfortuuo of being County Judge, general despondency and a broken kicked bynhorsoSaturday,rcsultlnglu THOMAS R. PHI8TER. tho blues. Tho Liver is collar bone. County Clerk, tho housekeeper of tho Rev. Mitchell, of Evansvllle, Iud preached at M. PEARCE. T. the Baptist Church Thursday ulght. Tho Dover health'; and a harmless, County Attorney, choir furnished excellent music for tho occasion. Bimplo remedy that acts FRANK P. O'DON'N'ELL. Everyone has beard the Incident about one of like Nature, does not our absent minded citizens riding up to a gate, SherllT, constipate afterwards or and dismounting to open, forgets his horse, J. C. JEFFEKSON. closes tho gato and walks home. Wo havo also requiro constant taking, Assessor, heard of tho young man who, having ridden to does not interfere with, JOHN C. EVERETT. town and tied his horso up at the public corner, business or pleasure durwalks homo, and the next morning searches two Surveyor, XV. C. PELIIAM.ing its use, makes Sim-mohours for the lostanlmal only to find him at tho hitching post wbcro ho himself bad tied hlm,the Liver Eegulator a Coroner, night before. A still better example of a curious JAMES C. OWENS. medical perfection. freak of tho human mind happened more re" I have tested It cersonallv. and know that far cently. A few days ago one of our Jailer, Dyspepsia, Biliousness and Throbbing Headache, citizens went out to tho field to catch a favorlto It Is the best medicine the world ever saw." H. K. C. KIRK. K Jones, Macon, Ga. 'driving horso. As ho walked along thluklng about tho good things of this world and no conTahc only the Genuine, nmwmwmmmwwwmmiH cepts of matter at hand except " horso " and Which has on the Wrapper the red 25 TradeFOIIECAST. WKATIIF.H "catch," ho suddenly comes across a mark and Signatnre of colt. Ho attaches his bridle and springs J. H. ZEIXXN & CO. H Fair weather; westerly winds. S astride his back, when " coltle " unused to such ImwmwmmwummmmuB treatment gives a quick maneuver and lands his Union Thanksgiving Services. r to mother earth. Tho jar breaks At tho last meeting of tho Ministers' up tho and, as they vanish tho horseEverybody school children and all-o- ught man sees his imlstake, catches tho right animal Union of this city it was resolved that, Thanksgiving ser to observe "Arbor Day." Nothing and rides off with a new lesson learned in the inasmuch as tho union Episcopal Church, school of experience. We mention no uames in vice in the Methodist adds more to the beauty and attractive- any of these examples, but will say that wo arc South, last year was broken up by fire, ness of a city than trees. firm bollovcrs In tho doctrine that only great tho service this year would bo held in that church, and tnat Hev. J. b. aaya V. minds arc much inclined to forgctfuluess. D.. who was to preach on that occasion, A candidate whoso expectations were will bo relied upon to preach the sermon this county SIT. GILKAD. dashed at the late election in this year. is amazed that ho wasn't elected. He Wheat in this vicinity is looking nice. says that overy man ho meets has voted Jacob Thomas has accepted a position in MaysTO MAMiSUUSCHIUERS: ?3 00 Thrco Months 1 W One Mouth If BROWNING'S Forty-two-inc- h fifty-two-inch Serges, forty Inches wide, all colors, at 50c. per yard. Handsome, now stylo Cloaks, in Tans, Navy and Black, at $5, $7, $10 and $12.50. Tho host goods over shown for tho money. Don't buy a'.Cloak until you havo looked at our stock. StandBrown Muslin at 5c; an extra ard Prints at 5c; yard-wid- e heavy Canton Flannel at 10c, sold overywhoro at 12 l-- 2c All "Wool Homespuns at 40c. per yard; All Wool Cloths at 50c. per yard; All Wool j Call and See us ; We Will Save You Money. ns deep-thinkin- g BROWNING I & CO., d 51 EAST SECOND STREET. JlAimWlAiAilAlAlAlAlAAAlAJAVAAJlAWWlAAlAAlAlAr would-be-ride- THJEJ TJLHIFF It is hard to foretell sells perfect goods bill Tariff Reform bill will pass the House or not, but it is easy to tell that the Misfit Clothing Parlor is the Leader of low prices and the firm at if the for him. villo. K. S. Bramcl Abraham Lincoln once said: "The County. When sho was o Child, sho cried for Castoria, American people sometimes go wrong, Mrs. John R. iHoward has ono hundred fine When aha became Miss, (the cluug to Castoria. turkeys. but they always wobble right again. When sho had Children, she gavotbem Castoria. Indianapolis Journal. The Misses Davenport were shopping iu OrangeThey will do the wobbling act next year burg last week. and in 1890. Sirs. J. B. Farrow was visiting bcr sister, Mrs. will leave next week for Woodford When Baby was Blck, wo gave her Castoria. PRICES LOWER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN TOWN. THE MISFIT CLOTHING PARLOR, 728 MARKET ST. POWER & REYNOLDS, NEXT DOOR TO THE President Clevkland is generally right on all important questions, and ho will do the right and proper thing in this Hawiian affair. Some of our Republican friends are howling too soon. Wait till the facts arc all known. "The want of Democratic organization is the reason why a Republican holds the key to the situation," says an exchange. Unquestionably, the Democrats A. Bramcl, last week. A. P. Bramcl had tho mlsfortuno to lose $40 last week while at school. Charles Cook, of Wedonla, was in this placo last week buying turkeys. Rev. Pecples, of Mt. Carrnel, will preach at our school house uext Sunday afternoon. Miss Llde Bradley who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. William Tullj of Tollesboro, has returned home. Thomas Lyon and son Russell, who have been visiting the family of John Ilouard, have returned home. POSTOFFICE. Do You Know Sterling, Agency for Columbia, That 25c. will buy a Lady's 35c. Vest ? 50c. will buy tho best on eartli for tho money? 45c. will buy a good Brussels Carpet? 5Qc will buy a good All Wool Carpet? 98c. will buy an Umbrella worth up to $1.50? 25c. will buy Hoso and Handkerchiefs worth 40 to 50c? 89c. will buy a $1.25c. Corset? See our Stamped Linens and Fancy Goods. Everything very cheap for cash at Warwick, Progress, PrincesB in this section had no such organization TILTON, FL13M1NG COUNTY. this year as they had in 1892. The result R. II. Souslcy went to Mt. Sterling Monday, is known. where ho is preparing to handle tobacco. Mrs. Leo Berry, of Mt. Sterling, visited her sisA vErwuN Mason County Democrat ter, Mrs. R. II. Souslcy, Saturday and Sunday. was asked yesterday what he thought of Elder Thomas Howes concluded a scries of disthe Hawaiian imbroglio. " It is a plain courses on the subject of baptism on the first Suncase," ho said, " of principle and sound day in November. Miss Bessie Thomas, daughter of Mark Thomas policy on the one side, and of jingoism of Mexico, Mo., after a visit of several months to and jobbery on the other." That's the relatives here, left Monday for her home. situation in a nutshell. R. D. Money, a former citizen of this county, but for a year past a resident of Ray County, The Australian ballot is an excellent Mo., left Monday for his homo after spending a device for securing a free and honest ex- few weeks with friends. tho pression of the popular will. But it A protracted meeting was commenced atRev. Church In this placo on Sunday. converted into an instru- MethodistBoiling, of Winchester, is assisting the must not be Dr. W. T. ment for the gratification of personal or pastor, Rev. M.T. Chandler. sectarian resentment. Do not, think you UNION 5c. will buy a yard of good Calico, Cotton or Canton ? And : Cheaper : Cycles! 8 Jc. will buy best 10c. Canton ? ll)c. will buy a lady's 25c.Vest ? PEESH WITHIN THE COAL REDUCTION IN PRICE ELEVATOR. " Reach of AIL New Currants, per pound New Citrou, per pound New Raisins, per pound New Imported Prunes, per pound New KIco, per pound.... Six pounds best new Oatmeal 5 20 10 10 Imported nnd American Macaroni, per pound, 10 New French Peas, per can 15 Ten bars good Soap 25 New crop N. 0. Molasses, per gallon CO New Sorghum, per gal 40 One gallon now Sour Krout 20 6 25 m HOEFLXCH'S, WORMALD'S 211 AH Kinds cannot bo detected because you strike in Advertised Letters. the dark. In politics, as in morals, your Tho followinc is a list of letters remain sin will find you out. You betray your- ing in tho postoffico at Maysvillo, Mason self in a thousand ways that aro unsus- County, Ky., for tho week ending Tuespected to yourself. If you do' not wish day, November 14, 1893 : sneak and liar, bo very careful not to monkey with the kangaroo. To sell your vote is hardlv worse than to lie about it. to figure in Bocial life as a recognized Adams, Beat isiiinu, win, Bowman, Henry Hrown. Peter Browning;, Roslo Coburn, John A. Clew, A. F. Game and Dressed Poultry and 213 Market St. OPERA HOUSE, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOV, Jones, John Jones, lu A, Lcwin. Win. Newdlgate, James Nicholson, Lawreuco Paul, Llzziu 15th, PomoroyCoal Peacock Coal Seml-Cannol v. 8c Oc HILL & 00., Coal 10c Fancy Grocers. Courtney, Frank Roberts, Tilllo The Bulletin has, tune and again, Shclioe, E. H. 8tako, Frank called attention to the canning industry (2) Sunners. Juno M. and its growth in this country and urged Stone, Mrs. Nancy Swing, Peter F. (2) the establishment of an enterprise of Jams, John layior, Mrs, jsnor canthis character in Maysville. The Persons callincr for anv of the above neries at Augusta, Ripley and Russell-vill- e will please say advertised. Ono cont duo have been doing a successful busi- on each for advertising. Cox, P. 8. Dragoo, J. M. Fisher. Mary Free, Peter Graybellc, Georgo Goroy, T. J. Huston. Alma Parker, J. L. Pearl, Pat Rutz, John THinD ANNUAL TOUR OF FITZ & WEBSTER -- IN- TERMS, ,: : : : : : : CASE! Dissolution Notice. Wedding Presents: A BreezyTime ness, and certainly Maysville possesses many more advantages for industrial enterprises than any of the places named. In fact, Maysville offers as good a location for manufactories of any kind as is to bo found anywhere olso. Tho trouble heretofore lias been to got Maysvillo people to invest their money in factories. Mr. A. Lorenzo, of Ft. Wayne, Intl., is in town trying to organize a company for tho purpose of establishing a cannery, and wo aro told another gentleman will be hero in a short timo on a liko mission. Wo hopo both will succeed. There is Tims. A. Davis, P. M. A rollicking Musical Farce Comedy. E. B. Fitz and Kathyrn Webster, tho great Musical Artists and Comedians, supported by an excellent company. Everything entirely new. New Tho Washington correspondent of tho eomnnnv. new specialties, new sones.new dances. Louisvillo Post says : It had about been now music, new costumes. A bevy of pretty agreed that Dr. Vaughn would get tho girls. Tho Tennis Quintette. Tho Mandolin Octette. latest The appointment (of Pension Agent for Ken- vnttn. nnrtThenvnlono Iof newnew Turkish Bell Ga' a music. tucky), but there has been a turn in the PRICKS 25, 35, 60 uud 75 ceuts. Now on sale tide, and now It looks liko Northup, at Nelson's hat store. Looks Like Northup. Tho partnership heretofore existing between Ernlo Whlto, Lee Haucke and C. T. Hllleary has been dissolved by mutual coneent. Mr, C. T. Hilleary having withdrawn from samo. Tho business of tho Red Skin Tobacco Factory will bo continued by Whlto & Haucko, who aro authorized to collect all debts, and who will John Aldcn aud Fcrcllla, framed in Oldjlyory ities of tho firm as Whlto, Hauclcemeet all liabil& Co. and Oold. ERNIE WHITE, Art Wins tho Heart, framed elegantly, LEEHAUCKE. A Perfect Woman, framed in Burnlsncd Gold. C. T. HILLEARY. The Marquis, French Plcturo, Rococo Framed. Maysvillo, Ky., September 29, 1803. 80dtf Water Babies, Etuscao Bronze framed. Tho Lost Chord, unframed. Reconciliation, unframed. The Noted Scientific and Practical Sweet Singer, unframed. Tho Flutist, unframed. Waiting, unframed. Largo collection of French Imprints. Colonel Paynter has mode a strong fight, and as his district lias not been recognized in tho Federal patronago, it would look as if his man is tho winner. Besides this, Paynter and Secretary Smith aro on pretty good torms. I know the latter is anxious to oblige Paynter in tho matter." Payntor's man. TH c NOTED SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL The Latest J in OPTICIAN, oarioi-nsr- . WRITING PAPERS Russian Blue. Tho Infanta, Society. Royal White. Hurd's Azure. Perfumo Papers. Regal Papers. I'rinco of Wales Papers. LOUIS LANDMAN, (,?P M West Seventh street, Cincinnati, Ohio, i'i9 CENTRAL HOTEL, Maysvillo, Ky. on "AVAY aml SATUItDAY, November 10 nnd nth Instant No ono should miss tho opportunity of securing proper glasses from him. Si?.1"8,1.'011 ana test vision FREE. Will call at your homo' In the-cit-y if so desired. w,11J5?w f abundant territory surrounding Mays- villo to supply many such enterprises. tho late John McCarthy, on tho south Last Call For City Taxes. side of tho Germantown pike, just outNotice is hereby given that Wednes- side tho city limits. A good frame house g spring on tho place. day, December Oth, is tho last day for tho and payment of city taxes. On tho following Tho lot fronts 100 feet and 8 inches, and Thursday a list of all unpaid will bo fur- extends back tho same width 105 feet. nished to Council, Who will order samo Will bo sold cheap. Apply to M. J. McCarthy, this ofllco. James W. Fitzgerald, to bo sold. Collector and Treasurer. Harness Co.'s. Ofllco: A Child Enjoys never-failin1 1 Property For Sale. I will sell privatoly the homo placo of LOUIS LANDMAN, Of No. 90 West Seventh A will bo at tho CENTRAL HOTEL, Maysvillo, Ky on FRIDAY and SATURDAY, December 15 and 10. No one should miss tho opportunity of having this thorough Optician examlno their eyes FitEEOFCiiAitriK, and of securing proper glassci from him. Will call at your homo in tho city if so desired, street. Cincinnati, Ohio, REDUCTION IN COALI CAIit ON US. Just contracted for an Invoico of first quality Pomcroy Coal, which wo ofler at 7iceuts per bmhel in tho yard. Cosh must accompany each purchase. Coal charged on tho books and delivered, extra.; 2Jln DODSON & FRAZEE. J.T.KACKLEY&CO. Bo s, Stationery, Wall Paper and Window Shades. Koith-Schroed- or Tho pleasant flavor, gontlo action and soothing effects of Syrup of Figs, when Sorao days ago Newton Deboll, a bache- in need of a laxative, and if tho father or lor, aged about fifty years, disappeared mother bo costive or bilious, tho most rathor mysteriously from his homo at gratifying results follow its use; so that it Mt. Carmol, and ho is still missing. No is tho best family remedy known, and every family should havo a bottle. traco of him has boon found. DR. P. G. SMOOT, HOMCEOPATHIC Newton Doboll Still Missing. The Jewel. GoJlll?Jfe5S!v You will save money by doing o. TheJEWELaA88TOVEa(HeaUngand CooS ing) are mado of tho best material and are PHYSICIAN Offlqo Honesty and Ingenuity QTRAYED Monday afternoon, from homo of in their construction. Try one. aro combined For sale by and Itcsldonco No. 7, West Third Street, O CHARLES BALL, a small dark brown rat terJ. J. FITZGERALD, rier dog. Return to 701 East Second street. next to It. B. Lovcl'B Grocery. The Sanitary Plumber and Steam and Ga FittH g? SURGEON, STRAYED. , 6 . F 1allllfal KENTUCKY. Cottolkxe, at Calhoun's. Toknauo policina V. H. Governor Brown Points Out Soiuo of the Many Advantages of tho State Tho last issue of Harper's Weekly contains a number of articles contributed bv the Governors of Southern States in response to an invitation extended bv that periodical, with a view to pointing out some of tho advantages offered by tho Southern States for settlement and' colonization. Gov. Brown writes as follows about Kentucky : "Of Kentucky's 41,283 square miles of territory, less than 1,000 aro unsuitod for agriculture; at least 10,000 aro equal in fertility to tho very best lands in Europo or England. "Tho geological condition for a diversified agriculture aro exceptional. For fiity years tho State has hold first place in tho census with respect to somo agricultural product notably tobacco and hemp. "Among tho Southern States in 1890 Kentucky stood first in tho manufacturing of wool, and eighth in that of cotton. ' ThoStato has a great mining and manufacturing future, based on its extraordi nary mineral and timber resources. It is rich in iron ores of great excellence, and has 15,080 square miles of coal measures. It has tho largest area of cannel, tho lare gest area of coking coal, and the finest body of forest to bo d found in this country, while no State in the Union has so" great a system of natuhigh-gradliard-woo- Warder, agt. year. Ik you aro not taking the Weekly Bulletin send us $1.50 and try it for a r I Geo. W. Sul8eh, ihw. nre insurance. i "A Bheezv Time " house. Q at the opera Porthmouth people aro happy over the completion of their electric streetcar lino. It will bo formally opened i forgetto-morrowisth- o Additional Bargains! -- A.T o?:e3::e- - Don't day every tho first of baby under two years of age will bo photographed free at Kackloy & Cady's gallery. This morning was tho coldest of tho season to date. Ani exchange says if you want to get thin, drink like a dog, eat like a cat, chew Ten inches of snow fell in portions of liko a cow, sleep like a weasel and woik Texas Monday. like a horse. It tho snowed this morning season. 1 1 BEE HIVE! greater ones We will continue the sale of Special Bargains offered last week, and announce now some still in 1 1 ously ill several days. Clark County's bonded indobtedncFS Collector Shelby says ho has had about 1,300 applications for positions in amounts to $164,000 tho revenue service Ho has made about t Mas. A. H. Thompson has been seri- fifty appointments. i addition. Tobacco in barns insured by Duley Baldwin, agents, Court street. Jessio Peed is vifiitintiboth Jefferson, of Lexington. Mi8S i & ii D. Hunt & Son's display of dress goods and cloaks is town talk. Thoso wishing to'purchaso anything in this line, should not fail to seo them. ville and Henderson. "The true assessable wealth of tho State, exclusivo of railroad and certain other corporate property, listed for 1892, amounted to about $789,603,020, a gain of $270,644,843 since 1882. "eopulation in 1890, 1,590,462 white, and 268,071 colored; total, 1,858,533, a gain of 209,945 since 1880. About 90 per cent, wero native born. "Permanent school fund, invested in bonds and bank stock, $2,389,127. State bonus, derived from foregoing and general taxation, in 1893, $2.50 per caput, which is equaled by that (derived from direct general taxation) of but few States. "Output of commercial coal in 1880, 914,000 short tons. Output in 1892, 3,020-48- 2 short tons." ral watorway. "The largest tobacco markets, of their kind, in tho world aro located at Louis- River News. The question of refunding steamboat officers the money paid into the United States Treasury for officers' license will doubtless come up in the next Congress, but with what success remains to bo seen . There is a sum which, if interest was added for nearly forty vears, would ap- proximate $1,000,000. The blame for the disaster caused by the bursting of the boiler on board the steamer Bellovue, on Sunday, October 22, in which the fireman, Rube Simmons, was killed and a number of persons were injured, was on Monday placed upon the Uncle Ben Mills, of Flemingsburg, engineer, Perry Redmond, and his license ninety-fourtas engineor on steam vessels was revoked will celebrato the.some timo thisannivermonth. by the inspectors. They found that he sary of his birth i to get below the " fire allowed the water The vonerablo Mr. Christopher Russell lino," and this caused the explosion. is suffering from an attack of norvbus Cincinnati Enquirer: " LawyCrGeorge prostration, but was bettor this morning. Doniphan, of Augusta.haspresentedabill to the Big Sandy and Pomeroy Packet Rev. Dudley W. Powers, of HenderCompany for S20, covering the loss of a son, declines the call to the pastorate of and contents, which were de- St. Paul's Episcopal Church of Nowport. fish box stroyed by the steamer Carrollton. The Carrollton had made a landing at that Arch Melvin, of Catlettsburg. shot point during a heavy fog, and in backing out from the landing ran over and de- himself in the fleshy part of the leg stroyed the box. Ho was referred to tho while duck hunting, and bled to death. marine law governing tho case instead of Culbertson, reported receiving a clieck for $20." missing, turned up all rigjit at Cincinnati. He claims ho was stopping with friends. "A Breezy Time " " the Windsor seIn "A Breezy Time Our clock salo being over, we now cured one of tho brightest offerings of tho farcical school. Its initial production place on salo sterling silver spoons. Bewas highly successful in every respect fore purchasing, learn Hopper & Co.'s and since then the programme has been prices. rendered to large houses, entertained by Mr. Holt Richeson and family have its many novel musical interpolations, together with its numerous laughable taken up thoir residence in tho handsituations and scenes. In tho comedy some homo of Mr. W.'S. Frank, on West and soubretto roles, respectively, E. B. Second street. . i Fitz and Kathryn Webster aro happily The wiso merchant will make a liberal placed, both being capablo farceurs, as specialists. Chicago use of printers' ink now if ho wishes to well as excellent h 1 1 1 1 To-night The marriage of Mr. Ben H. Marshall and Miss Orra Moore Calvert will bo solemnized at 2 o'clock this afternoon at Born, last night, to tho wife of Mr. John tho Lowisburg Baptist Church. Moyor, of Poplar street, a son. i i Rev. Dr. left yesterday for In the State prisons at Frankfort and Torre Haute,Scudder attend tho funeral Ind. , to Eddyvillo there aro 1,000 convicts. of his sister, Mrs. Robbins, whose sudden death was mentioned in Tuesday's issue Fire, cyclono and tobacco in barns, in- of tho Bulletin. sured in reliable companies by D. M. Run-yoSecretary of State Headley has re quested Attorney General Hendrick to AnouT $800 have been subscribed to prepare a petition for tho appointmentof rebuild Old Stono Church on Lawrence a receiver for tho Coal and Iron Bank of Creek. Middlesborough. i i brandy, peach brandy and Pure applo Captain Sweeney, U. S. A., San Diego California wines just received by G. W. Cal.. says: "Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy is Rogers & Co. tho first medicine I havo ever found that i The Frankfort Roundabout estimates would do mo any good." Price 50c. Sold that 200,000 Kontuckians visited tho by J. James Wood. World's Fair. t Portsmouth Times: "Hon. Thomas H. child of John White, Paynter, of the Greenup district, was on The of Richmond, fell into a fire and was our streots a few days ago. Mr. Paynter has tho reputation of being tho handburned to death. somest man in Congress." ii It pays to advertise. If you doubt it, At Danville, Va., a hawk swooped try tho Bulletin. Remember tho holdown and buried its talons in a fish's idays will soon bo hero. back. But it was too heavy to lift, and i fish and bird wont over the dam together, Mrs. Thos. Thompson, aged ninety-six- , probably the oldest citizen of Fleming the latter being drowned. County, died a few days ago.-The books of the Limestone Building Lost Memorandum book, containing Association aro open for the subscription record of ticket sales. If found please of stock to tho ninth series. Call on H. C. Sharp, Secretary, James Threlkeld, return to St. Charles ticket office. Treasurer, C. D. Newell, Solicitor, or any of the Directors. Mn. H. O. Sharp has removed to one of Dr. H. K. Adamson'8 handsome new Rev. Whiity Waldhop of Dover will residences on West Second street. S. Clark in a meeting at assist Rov.-M- . Augusta during tho month January, Weekly Bulletin, and the latter will assist of former Subscribe for the the at and get the beat paper in Northeastern Dover during the latter part of January Kontucky. Only $1.50 a year, now. and on through February. 1 1 1 1 n. 1 1 1 - Minn TCHzn. These Prices Talk: Very best tivblo Oil Cloth, yard and a quarter wide, IS a yard, positively the 25c. quality. , Ladies Silk Handkerchiefs, embroidered in silk, 10c. each. You can seo them In our show window. They're worth double. Children's Caps In silk and velvet, 50c. each, all colors. Other stores get a dollar for some not as line. All "Wool French Homespun, a very popular dress goods, fifty-si- x Inches wide at 50c. a yard. Now effects In thirty-eiginch Illuminated Chevrons and other fancy dress goods, all at 29c. a yard. These aro 50c. goods, but were bought by us from an eastern house pressed for money, wo are therefore able to offer them at 29c. Satlne Comforts, largo size $1.00 ; Calico Comforts, full size 85c; Blankets at 79c. a lmirjund upwards; All Wool Flannel Skirts, 75c. sold everywhere at $1. l-2- c. ht Hop-Sacking- s, 1 four-year-o- ld ENAii BROTHERS p Proprietors Bee Kive. McClanahan 1 1 1 Oiea, DEALERS IN STOVES, MANTELS. GRATES. TINWARE, GUTTERING AND SPOUTING, i i Tho interesting meeting which as been in progress for two weeks will close tonight. Preaching at 7 p. m. by the Rev. W. O. Cochrane. A cordial invitation is extended to all. The Central Presbyterian Church JoId Work if All Kind Executed In tho Best Manner. pap-to- r, BIERBOWER -- & CO., In- J. R. Burnam, Commissioner of tho Madison Circuit Court, will sell fivo tracts of fine farming land November 20th at public sale. Tho land is situated in Madison County. Attention is called to his advertisement in this issue for further particulars. , M Mr. A. P. Gooding, Jr., who was recently elected Representative from Harrison County, made an exhibit of wheat at the World's Fair, and has received notico that ho was awarded a medal for his display. The man from Mason generally goes to tho front. Wm. H. Wood is tho now Police Judgo at Sharpsburg, and Thomas H. Sharp is, tho new Marshal. Tho Board of Trustees is composed of Wm. Merrifield, Felix Martin, James M. Brown, Charles F. Browning and J. Owens Ratliff. Merrifield was a resident of Maysvillo at one time. Wholesale and Retail Dealers - TOVES,GRATES,fWELS,TINWARE. SOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED JOHN VAN RANGES. CHEXOWETH'S DENTINE, FOR Oleansing.Preserving and Beautifying Dispatch. At opera house Nelson's. to-nig- reap a big holiday trade. Tickets at tho Bulletin. i d Advertise in dow? Finest brought to Maysvillo. Water sots, fruit dishes, &c., &c. Remember Ballenger's goods aro warranted. Ho keeps the best, and that's always tho cheapest in the long run. The Y. M. O. A.Bon Franklin Lyceum room waa crowded last night to hear the debate on tho subject : " Should Immigration be Restricted?" Tho subject for consideration next Tuesday evening will be : "Resolved, That tho Freedom of tho Ballot bo Given to Woman." Everyone cordially invited. H cut glassware in Ballenger's show For Sale Dump carts, break carts, second-hanwagons, cheap, at Ladies, have you seen the display of now and & Short's, corner Second and lino of such goods ever Limestone streets. win- Donovan Join tho Maysvillo Board of the Globe Building and Loan Company. Stock costs 2 cents per day to carry, and matures in six and years at $100 per share. No membership fees. Agents wanted. J. C. Snyder, Gen'l Ag't, 114 Front street, Maysvillo, Ky. one-ha- lf h, THE TEETH. Price, 25c. THOS. J, CKENOWETH, DRUGGIST, Second and Sutton, Maysvillo, Ky. 'i IF The Coal and Iron Bank, of Middles-borougclosed its doors yesterday. of Miss The engagement is announced Iva Bridges, second daughter of Mr. S. P. This was tho last bank in tho town. It Bridges of tho Fifth Ward, to Mr. Will E. weathered tho recent storm successfully, but the depressed condition of Middles-boroug- h Mullineux of Springfield, O. proved too much for it. Tho 1 1 KAIL.KOAD SCHEDULE. CINCINNATI DIVISION CHESArEAKK AND OHIO. c.W. WAItDLB, ,il v i 9 g. The city treasury of tho town of Healds-burCal., was looted by burglars recently and about $3,500 taken. Tho city was left with just $38.05 in available funds and no more in sight. After figuring on "the situation tho Town Council ordered the instant release of two prisonors serving terms in tho city on tho ground that tho town could not afford to expend its only funds and probably run into debt to maintain them in liabilities and assets aro unknown. The L. and N.'s earnings for tho first week of Novomher amounted to $384,065, Mr. G. W. Fleming, an old bachelor, a decrease of $82,330, compared with the died last night at his home between corresponding period a year ago. Washington and M'urphysvillo, of general years of dobility. Ho was seventy-fiv- e An unsuccessful attempt was made to age, and was an undo of Mrs. R. O. Kirk, C. and O.'s F. F. V. Monday wife of Jailor Kirk. Deceased passed wreck the near Charleston, W. Va., by putting a away in tho houso in which Jio was born. glycerino cap in tho baggage car. The funeral occurs at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The corner stono of tho new Christian County Court. Church at Covington was laid yesterday Margaret J. Burrows qualified as guarby Grand Master Jas. W. Staton of tho Kontucky Grand Lodgo of Masons. dian of James D. Burrows and Nettio O. i Burrows, with H. L. Newell surety. Kentucky Post had an excollent The cut vostcrday of Major Thomas J. FOR RENT. whom Congressman Paynter has cither IOR RENTltooms, 112 W. for largo or siniUl endorsed for postmaster of this city. Apply to 1 1 1 1 1 KfvvF WgK VI No. 2 No. 20 No. 18 HVj&f Nn. 4 East. ' 10:05 7:20 p.m. 4:42 p.m. m .irk . a. m. DENTIST. ZWEJGART'B BLOCK. : s I 1 ftl m a. III. gacuywnc. N(J 3 4:25p.m. Granite, Marble and Nos. 19 and 20 aro the Maysvllk' accommodation, and Nos. Hand 18 tho Huntington accommodation. Nos. 1 and 2 aro the fast cxprrxs and Nod. Sand ttlwP. K. V. No 1 runs through to Chicago, arriving there at 0:15 p. m. No. 4 (F. F. V.) Is u bolld train with through All kinds of Monumental work done in thebea dining cur and Pullman sleepers to Washington, manner. Second street, above opera houso. ItAltlmorc. Philadelphia and New York. Through Pullman sleeper to Richmond, Va., and Old Point , K. &WK1MA11T,JU.i Comfort. No. 2 Is a solid train with Pnllmnn Sleeper to Washington and Old Point Comfort. mailing an eastern ana south-easterconnec- nuu lb Add twenty-si- x minutes to v. $ " 1 10 15 M. It. OILMOUK, V FREESTONE WORKS. n Chen-owot- h, tions. Tho accommodation trains aro daily except 8unday ; tho rest are dally. Direct connection at Cincinnati for points West and South. MAYSVItLK DIVISION. OAILY MEAT MARKET. Vrnor of flooonrt und Button Htreott. TTVKWITT C. i The remains of tho late Thomas Pickett Wilson, Sheriff of Kenton County, wore brought horo this morning on tho 10 woro taken direct from o'cloc train and Maysvillo Cemetery for tho dopot to tho of interment. Fivo of tho Kenton County wero among tho Good-sopall-bearor- Mrs. Wm. Haller, of Paris, waa cleaning a lamp when she lot it fall. The oil ignited and sho was fatally burned. Her two children narrowjy escaped a similar fate. 1 1 Tho homo on south east corner Front OHd Market, formerly occupied by Karr Co. and N. Qollenstoln. Apply to S. WALL. J22dtf. f i P family. ijiOK KENT Front street. l'J-t- f OAK-RET- T 111.. yr.-T- i . is Southbound, VltANKON, Leaves Maysvillo at 5:80 a.m. for Paris, Lex- ington, Clncln'tl, .. . Rich- - FOR SALE. J? bred SllverWyandottcs and Jlrowu Leghorns ; cheap 1! taken now. Near first tollgato on FlemId6tw4t ing Piko. JAMES GUILDS. cooking 170H SALE A second hand, No. 8, 020, West F stove, good as new. Apply at No. Market street. you aro looking for bridal presents, do not fail to inspect P. J. Murphy's along with Chief of Police stock; tho best goods, lowest prices and and County Clerk Wilson, of Coving- largest stock to soiect irom. Successor woro John O'Meara, to Hopper & Murphy. ton. Tho Lo Grand Armstrftng, II. S. rerciyal, John Leathers and Thomas J. Ellis. DeEn. Hackworth, agod seventeen, son ceased waa a relativo of tho lato Josiah of Portsmouth, 7Tn wah a son of Mr. W. 1'. of Rev. J. O. Hackworth wiIsaii n fatally stabbed during a row in a g of Wilson, -s, n If fjtlCLlfolufliundlrc umborland Gap, franiciori, xxiuisviuo auu points on i, a, ana M. V. Kastcrn Division. Court street. Has relinquished all claim and uso of Halo methods. Leavo Maysvillo at 1.15 p. in, for Paris. 'Cincino2Jdlm nati, Loxlngton, Winchester, Richmond and TTVU. J. H. SABIUKL, points on N. N. and M. V. Eastern Division. Northbound. Maysville at 10:00 a. m. and 8:45 p, m. Arrive at All trains daily except Sunday. DENTIST, Insano Asylum, J il fs Surgeon Good Samaritan Hospital ssai-iic- - - LOST. Ii Cemetery, a handsome gold slick pin. The finder will pleaKs leave It at this ofllco and receive reward. 11 tf T OST On Tuesday afternoon, In tho Maysvillo FOUND. Physician and Surgeon, Offlco!wlth Dr. Strode Residenco,Tblrdatreet TJiOUND L. F. T. badge. Bamo will bo dcllv. one door west ol Market. 22 ored to owner at St. James Hotel. octS0-3- t WAR IS IMMINENT. APPOINTMENTS. bo President ffamo a Vqvf More Meb IUvIcw of the Grain and Cattle Market The GroTriug. European CrlaU dreatly AgFor Federal OIHcos. gravated by Italy's Condition. For November 14. Kov. 15. AppointWashington, It is tho Itnlian situation which most ments wero made as follows: , Cincinnati. directly threatens in thin growing EuWobster Withers, collector of internal Wheat 5460c. Corn 8589a Catropean crisis. France has shown sur- revenue for Sixth district of Missouri. tle Selected butchers, $3 854 15; fair to 80; prising and most creditable restraint J. Edward Kauffman, collector of in- mdlum, $3 00(33and common, $1 753 00. 70 during the past two weeks. Her ambi- ternal revenue for tho Third district of Hogs Selected good prime butchers, $5 80; 5 00; fair to packing, $5 505 tious purposo haa not been misjudged by Texas. common U lough, $5 005 S5. Sheep Samuel M MoMillin, collector of in- $1 253 50. Lamba-- S2 853 85. those who havd seen tho sinister designs behind her protestations of peace, but ternal revenue for the Eleventh district Pittsburg. she is wise enough tolcnow that the hour of Ohio. Cattle Primo, $4 905 25: good, $1 25 Louis P. Ohliger, collector of infor tho execution of her plana has not ternal revenue for tho Eighteenth dis- 4 75; good butchera', $4 004 25; rough fat, 13 804 25; fair light steers, $2 803 25; quito come. But if Italy assumes an of Ohio. $3 00$3 cows and bulls and part she will play into French trict Scott Harrison, surveyor or cus springers, stags,0045 00. 00; fresh PhiladelJ. Hogs $20 hands. Franco ia ready, and with her toms for Kansas City. This is a brother phia, $0 050 15; Yorkers, $5 805 90; now ally at her back will rejoice if one of grossers, $5 505 75; pigs, $5 755 90; Harrison. George G. Tanner, surveyor, of cus- roughs, $4 50(35 50. Shcop Extra, $3 00 KNOWLEDGE of her adversaries will assume tho rea 25; good. $3 503 75; lair, $1 753 10; toms for Indianapolis. sponsibility of making the attack. common, 50c$l; spring lambs,$2 004 00. Brings comfort and improvement and George W. Haynio, Burveyor of cusTbo situation in Italy does not im- toms for Evansville. tends to personal enjoyment wjyn Toledo. prove. It has become intolerable, and William D. English, survoyor of cusWheat No. 2 cash and November. 01c: rightly tisea. The mitny. who li,vc belsome violent result of tho crisis seems toms for San Francisco. December, C2c; May, C8c. Corn No. 2 ter than others and ehoy life more, with inevitable. There ia some truth in the Frank B. Earnst. collector of cus- cash, 33Wc; May, 41c. Oats Cosh, 30c less expenditure, by more, promptly statement that the troublo ia caused toms, district of Corpus Chridti, Tex. asked. Rye Firm, cash, 49c bid. Clovcr-pee- d adapting the world's best product to Primo, cash and November, $5 40, tho needs of physical being, ivill nttwt DAILY BVLLWPIN. James McCaffery, appraisor of mermoro by moral than material decadence, December, $5 43)ft January, $5 Jtf47.' Patriotism has waned, Tho country ia chandise, St. Louis. tho value to health of tho pure liquid Marcellus L. Ypv knov how it is ypup Chicago. bankrupt not because it cannot pay its sul at Merida, Davis of Arkansas, conlaxative principles embraced, in the Mex. Failed of conHogs Select heavy and prime butchers, remedy, Syrup of Figs. taxes, but becauso t will not pay. Tho firmation by the senate self. Doesn't this picture and reap- $0 850 00: packers, $5 505 80. Cattle reply of tho Marquis di Rudini to Pre- pointed. Its excellence is duo to its presenting bring up the good days of Primo to extra natives, $5 405 60; others, in tho form most acceptable and pleasmier Qiolitti is justified when he says it $2 253 85. Sheep $3 165 25; Stockcrs, TREASURY STATEMENT. your youth ? How we did to imposo additional taxes, be50; lambs, $2 254 25. ant to the taste, tho refreshing and truly is useless $2 003 beneficial properties of a jterfect laxcauso they will yield no moro than the Tho Gold Reserve Again lSelow the Ono enjoy the turkey mother New York. ative ; effectually cleansing the system, peoplo best able to pay old ones. Tho Hundred Million Dollnr Stark. WheatrDccember, 07 M007a roasted Well, let us be will, tho marquis asserts, ovado pay Oats Western. dispelling colds, headaches and t'evois Washington, Nov. 15. The treasury 45945 thankful for the rare blessCattle $J 253 10. Sheep $3 00 ana permanently curing constipation. perseverment with moro ingenuity and statement issued yestorday showed a 8040c. Lambs-- $? 3 05. 505 25. It has given satisfaction to millions and ance. loss of 1,839.002 in tho currency balings vouchsafed us met with the approval oT the medical Giolitti's government recognizes the ance from that of Monday, and as tho and with more mature judgprofession, becauno it acta on the Kidtruth of thiB observation, and it is this gold reserve gained but little, the total neys, Liver and Bowels without weakreports availablo balance is again below the ment Out proposes fact which gives color to tho Mnysvllle Ketnll Blnrkot. ening them and it is perfectly free from that tho present ministry has been con- $100,000,000 mark, standing at $98,870,-17- GREEN COFFEE H tb your good health and in25 ml every objectionable substance. MOLASSES new crop, 8i gallon sidering a war with Franco as a desper73 Syrup of Figs is for sale by nil drugvites your attention to the Golden Syrup.. The receipts of the government for 35 (340 ate remedy for tho solution of its dilemgists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is manSorghum, fancy new 40Q60 the month have been 12,104,000, and ma. Tho peoplo would willingly supply tho expenditures 815,084,000. proverb, ft lb 53 5 ufactured by the California Fig Syrup fi Extra C, lb. ho sinows of war, but they refuso longCo. only, whose name is printed on ever' Secretary Carlisle is quoted by an A, lb 6 er to bo victims of tho thieves in high evening paper as Baying that he has Granulated, 'ti tb 8lf package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, 8 rowdered, $ lb places, whose guilt is notorious, but who made no chango in his announced inand being well informed, you will not New Orleans, ty It.- 5 aro protected by all tho resources of tho tention as to the coinage of standard TEAS V tt) accept any substitute if ofi'ereJ. 0f ..501 gallon 15 government and crown. If winter were silver dollars. At no- time, it is said, COAL lb. BACON Breakfast, 153 sokkiks, just ending instead of approaching, it has i been tho intention of Secretary Clear sides, i lb 13(6(14 nor Hams, $ lb would bo a question of days only, in the vwiniBio the m il ma mienuon now to lt& toll off seigniorage and coin it. He 10 8houldcre,V lb r$12 as Good as Second Street, Near Limestone, opinion of many peoplo, when Italy iB convinced that the secretary of the BEANS?) Kiillon... 85 (i4U 20 V would fire the first gun iu tho greatest of treasury has not such authority to do BUTTEK- -tf lb !flJ ftSO CHICKENS Eicll European wars. so and that it can only be dono by an EGO1 ty dozed 18 AND GUNSMITH. 20 LOCK 4 50 tho crisis is a most embar- act of congress. This matter will prob- FLOUR Limestone. "H barrel Meantime But at the same time he Old Gold, V barrel 4 60 rassing one for tho present rulers of tho ably be one that will engage the early Maysville Fancy, barrel 3 75 Repairing of all kinds dono promptly and no invites your attention !to Mason County, peninsula. It is difficult to see how the attention of congress in Decomber. 3 75 barrel reasonable terms. Morning Glory. ?) barrel 3 75 his stock of goods, such as winter can bo passed without a crash of CONDENSED NEWS. Roller King, $ barrel 4 50 S.VAZKLL, Magnolia, 'J! barrel 4 50 eoin eort. Already tho popular disconBlue Grass, $ barrel 3 75 tent ie at the point of revolution in some Short Items From Various Parts of tho 15 20 Graham, $ sack EXTENSION TABLES, . Country. Second Street, Fifb Ward, government parts of tho kingdom. Tho HONEY ty lb. 15 M20 anpw .is raging throughout HOMINY gollou 20 continues to pour troops into Sicily, and peck MEAL 20 Michigan? DINING CHAIRS, PHYSICIAiX AND SU11GE0N. its nowapaper organs virtually admit northern thieves in Texas pull LAUD pound (315 Cotton bales from ONIONS $ V peek 40 that tho aim is tho suppression of sedi- moving trains with grappling irons. POTATOES 25 $ peek, new .. SIDEBOARDS, ETC. tion rather than tho extirpation of brigOfllre at homo. 42fKflStHeonnd Street 4060 Tho fighting about Rio Janeioo contin- APPLES Ifl peek andage, although tho latter laudable ues from day to day, but no great damage work Li proceeding incidentally. It has is being done. been aixertained that tho Fasci or assoTho Ohio state building at the world's ciation of revolutionary socialists have fair was s61d for $300, and will be removed a membership of 300,000, embracing all to Cincinnati. Ofllcer John O'Connor, custodian of tho classes in Sicily. Even somo regiments aro tainted, and severe disciplinary Chicago police department, has confessed measures havo had to bo taken against n, to stealing $3,500. Siiacki r.FORi & gentkv, Plaintiffs. regiment of artillery at present in tho Tho president has removed from office Aguinst Notice ot Sale Iu Equity. II EAST SECOND ST. Thomas V. Cooper, collector of customs U. B. Tkimil)., garrison at Palermo. Tho Sun corre- for the port of Philadelphia. By virtue of a judgment and order of fa'c of the Madison Circuit Court, Tendered at the Septemspondent says that serious disturbances ber term thereof, 18J3, in tho cause, tho undersigned will, on may occur at any moment. Now York er,John Johnson, the negro convict murderwas successfully electrocuted in the Sun's Ivondon Letter. New York penitentiary at Auburn. Green Cofus, living on Church creek TIio First of Its Kind. near Buena Vista, shot and killed his About tho hour oi 11 o'clock, a. m., on the premises, in Madison County, Ky., proceed to expose to Tho first wedding of colored peoplo nephow Harry. He claims he acted in public sale, to the highest bidder, the following described property, viz: that ever occurred in the gubernatorial The schoolhouse of Cooperville, N. Y., mansion of Virginia or in a similar manWTFIVE CERTAIN TRACTS OF LAND, sion in the south took place in tho dining was burned Tuesday. May Porter, teacher, Located room of tho executive mansion at 1 o'clock and Wlllard Johnson, age 4 years, wero tracts arein MadisonasCounty, Ky., on the wators of Silver Creek, owned by R. B. Terrill, and said bounded follows: burned to death. TRACT NO. 2 Contains 181 acres, known as part of tho Turner on a recent afternoon. Winston Edwards, a William A. Bcane, editor of the Goshen young elm sprout on tho East side of branch: thence with tho old Turner linoland. Beginning at to N.1J4E. 11 chains the governor's chief butler, who has (Ind.) Democrat, died suddenly Tuesday of n point on same: thenco a now line N. WA E. 23 to a point in tho center of the county chains served faithfully in hiB position under heart disease. Tho deceased was one of roaa ; wnn center oi same h. 77J4 k. 13 cua ns. 8. 85l: E 12.ro ohnins. S ciia ns. s. 75 E. 10 oij4 ji. iuo cuains, s. wy2 i j.oa cuaius to center oi the Crutcher lane, with tho center of same S. 12 both Governor Leo and the present ex- tho best known editors of the state. . 10 ine center oi om roau ucu ; whii center oi oia roaa S. 50 W. 4.75 chains. S. 40 W. 11 uuams ecutive, and Jenny Leigh, an attractive Philip Scheig and Frank Floyd, who chains, 8. 3J W. 5.60 chains, S. 9 W. 4.50 chains ; thence leaving tho old mad 8. 29 W. 7.10 chain to a. stono in the forks of branch : thenco with tho rock fence 8.87 V. 8.22 chains, N. 70 W. 2.87 chains, maid, who has been in tho governor's robbed the Bank of Minneapolis, were aru ;""io. i" " u.iitumus, c. viy w, o.oi euuius: lucnco leaving rocs icnco r. aJX, W. 10 57 V eervico for several years, wero united in rested at Southampton. Eng., as they loft :V. chains to the beginning. DIVISION 3 Containing 107.11 acres knowu as part of tho Turner land is described ns follows ; marriage by tho Rov. Dr. Hunter of the tho steamship Saalo, from New York. Bediming at the 7.50 chains road; names' Secretary Hoke Smith has withdrawn Mill turnpike aj stone onwith East side of an old 57 W. thenco S. 11 W. W.2Cchains to center ofchain, 8. Third Street African Methodist Episcothence center of sameS. chains, S. 43k 8. 5114 from his law firm at Atlanta, and the firm fi'J W. 5.30 chains, S. CS W. 3 chains; thenco leaving pike N. 10 W. 7.17 chains to aWl locust root pal church. After tho ceremony, which STERLING SILVER at u turn in a fence on a ridge ; thenco N. 18 W 17.82 to a stake in a branch a beech pointer: was witnessed by ocvqral of tho gov- of Smith, Glenn & Smith is desolved. Sec- thenre JJ. Giy, W. 5.05 chains to a stako at tho mouth chains brunch , Iheneo up another branch N. of eftld retary Smith could KN1VJ5S, ; thence on tho North sldo of a 130 chains a stake ernor's household, tho happy couple left tho linn's business. not give any time to 'M E. 10 12 chains to a smkofilVf E. 8.37 chains. N. 63 branch rlinlnx tnN. 20 W. on thn Woo,to ol,1n n: K. Tt.A'l thenco With a rock fence N. n sfntrn on a bridal tour, which embraced a visit FORKS, pool; of tho chains S. 70 E. 2.87 chains, N. 87 E. 8.22 In tho United States court, St. Paul, chain thence through the center branch ;pool 8.88 E. 7.60 40 to a stone In ihe forks of a thence S. 4'J W. links to a stake ; thenco 8, 40E. 11.42 to tho World's fair. Richmond Dispatch the Farmers' Loan and Trust at company of chains to tho bcglnulng. SPOONS. in Baltimore American. New York brought suit to forecloso mortDIVISION 4 Containing 51.25 acres known as part of the John M. Willis placo is described as BRONZES, gages for three bets of bonds on the North- follows: Beginning at a locust snag by a mulberry tree on tho top of a hill: thenco S. 31E.2.G2 chains to a locust on tho side of a branch ; Iheneo down the branch 8. 29i W. 1.25 chains, ST 5Vi W. BRONZES, chains, S. 9J4 W. 3.50 chains , thenco leaving tho branch, up a hill, with fence 15. DECATUR, Ills., NOV. It is ern Pacific railroad, aggregating $53,000,-00- 1 chain, S.o28'4 W. 2.50.. uiy3 . iu niiiuis iu u buiku uii mu ny4 " an uiiniun, MXA W. oi a Drancn ; mence thought now that Brakcman W. R. oung enn on tast bank of branch ; thence withsiuo Turner lino N. 1 E.N. chains BRONZES. 11 old Millionaire L. Z. Leitcr of Chicago has J.1 chains to a j; uicijcu ii Trott, who was shot in Jthe attempted m biiiku county roaa thence with io center contributed $100,000 to tho Columbian center ofmi Num.-- 'Vi W. 60 new iiiiu n. uy, r.. zo.uu cuains a polut inoicenter on tho; Hester line : holdup off the Peoria, Decatur and links. N. 81 W. tnmc N. chains to S. 8 tho Hester chains to a whito walnut sprout ; thenco W. 10.30 chains to Evansville train, will get well. He has museum. Mr, Leiter stipulates that the thenco withthenco 8. 2 lino 13.50 W. 19.31 to to n stako ; E. chains tho beginning. beon taken from ount Pulaski to Pe- name of tho museum shall remain un... . .. HIVIGinV ,r, IVii, i.1,1 tnlttlnrv mi Id nnma .w.umm net na.f .. ,!. juuu If limit. ;i '! ., wiiwi wo Tnl. ii. tnus iuuuu uuu lying on ino " oria. .."Earnest Chester, tho man who changed and that it bo located in Jackson NOVEL.TIES, ETC. was found on tho trucks of the coach, park. is still hold by the police here. It is A mob, consisting exclusively of colored to Grinstead ; thenco with his lino 8. E 10 chains to a Ii sucar tree stako at tho head of a drain ; thenco down thought he is innocent. No trace of people, broke down the jail at Varuer, blllllO tt.'MV-- i E. 10 75 chains to n stake and stunin on thn north slrin nt firAc.'c tho robbers has been found, though Lo- Ark,, and took n negro named Nelson, who opposite tho mouth of salcl drain ; thence 8. 14 W. 2.60 chains crossing Green's branco to a stake tree called for not found; thenco up Green's branch N. 52 E. 5 chains N. CM E. gan county officers are searching for a week ago murdered another negro, hung a double sugar 51 E. 8 chains to a stako at a water them. him to a tree, riddled his body with bullets 19.60 chains, N. to a whito walnut trco Btnuding In agap corner to John Forbes, with his lino 814 W. 13.15 chains deep hollow ; thence F. 88 E. 7.15 chains to a E. 11.07 chains to a stako In tho center of Uames Mill pike, with and then burned it. stono on a ridgo: thenco 8. 22 Tliero IMny He n lynching. E. 2. 15 chains to a stakq corner of Turner land ; thenco leaving plko N 10U center of same N. 08 At Marion, S. D., while the threo sons of V. 7 17 chains to a locust stump at a turn in a fenco on a ridgo ; thenco N, 18 W. 17.82 chains' Columbus City, Ind., Nov. 15. Miss to a 6.95 chains to n M. Miller, a young schoolteacher, was John BurgrafT, age 0, 11 and 13 years, were EHtIkU ill II UIIlIICll II Ul'UUU 'ltl4ti . l.W,llU 4, I at of unid husking corn, the oldest picked Up a gun branch : thenco up another branch N. 31 1 E. 10.42 chains to a stake on stake tho mouth branch the north side of a assaulted by a tramp while On the way for the purposo of scaring a thence sldo of a the other two, up a N. 20 W. 14.73 chains to 10 stake on the cast 8.80 chains branch (lien nndn i i, . ..' w w w rh hh m HVflHHnH to her school. She fought him desperto a stako in a branch ; thonco down inn wiui &f,enc,,s; fowi S!11,n?'JB?3J4 W. and in the .., ,. ately, and her screams finally brought heads, blow attempt to shoot over their tho branch S, 25 W. 1.60 chains. 8. 12 W. 2 chains. S. 31 W. 4.fin rhnlns m . ni, v , olUuV off tho head of one and fatally fenco : thenco N. W. 85 links to tho beginning. assistance, tho tramp fleeing to tho c containing 11.20 acres adjoining tho homestead of R. D. Terrill and lying on tho DIVISION wounded the other. woodB. Miss Miller gave a description north side of tho county road is described as follows; Beginning at a lynn snag on the side of a hill corner of Jennings; thenco 8.0 W.14.W chains to center of county road: thenco with center of of her assailant, and a tramp named Mrs. Miuullcltl Dead. u i Ji. U.i CllOUlS to n StakO cornnr buuik it iu ii.o.iuuimiia luomiu luuutu iuhtiiik uiu ruuu Ed Warner was arrested. It is feared CURES WOTHIHQ BUT PILES, Mansfield, Me., Nov. 15. Mrs. of Terrlll's homestead troct : thenco B. 80 E. S.10 to tho beginning. attempt will be mado to lynch Josephino that an These are valuablo and desirable farming lands and for further Information sco plot on file in Mansfield died yesterday at this case. Divisions number 2 and 4 will bo ollpred him. separately aud ; and fi her home near this city..She was tho will bo offered separately and then as a wholo ; numbers 2, 3, and 6as a whole bo divisions 3 whole A SURE and CERTAIN CURE will thea offered as a Outlaws Sent to Jail, Ono a Girl. widow of General J. S. "Mansfield, who and sold tho way bringing the most money. known for 15 yaars as tho BEST Or a sufficient quantity thereof to produce the sum of 314,231.20, tho amount of money. so or- Kojcomo, Ind,, Nov. 15. Miss Viola was a distinguished ofllcer of tho REMEDY FOR dered to bo made and the costs iiereof, $306.35. Dietrich, a girl 20 years old, who last Union army, for years professor of Snputi bjr ntCUiKDSOS BEDICISE PILES. CO., 67. LOtTS, TEUMS Sale will bp mado on a credit of hlx and twelve Tho purchaser will bo reSeptember led a band of young out- mathematics in. Transylvania universi- quired to glyobond with approved secuiityfor the payment months.purchase money, to have tho of tho laws, that in tho night waylaid six of ty, Lexington, Ky. Sho was tho daugh- forco nnd enect of Judgment, bearing legal interest from tho day of saio, with a lieu reserved ution our prominent citizens, was convicted ter of Judge Fielding S. Turner of said property until all tho purchoso money is paid. yesterday and sent to tho female prison Louisiana. for one year. Theodore Rodman and After Forty Years. Augustus Freeman, parties to the conPottsville, Pa., Nov. 15. Tho work wero given two years each in spiracy of reopening the abandoned coal operaCommissionor Mndisou Circuit Court. the penitentiary. tions on the Huron tract near here, A. G. Daniel, Auctloncor. Murder Ovur a Gamo of Cards. was begun yestorday by tho EedAsh V. 8. At tho same time, J. Stono Walker, Trusteo of R. B. Terrill, will sell tho personal estato ' Mount GiLead, O., "Nov. 15. Brico Coal company. It is oxactly 40 years consisting of Corn, Stock, etc. J. STONE WALKER, Trustee Oflborn so severely punished Milo G. since tho machinery was romoved and ss J will soil privately the home farm of Ellis DownKanablo that no hopo is entertained tho works abandoned after fire had ing, deceased, containing! for his recovery. They fought in burned its way from tho surface to tho Dowling'e saloon over a game or cards. of the GOO foot slope, which caved in. i THE MARKETS. W; "Mmmm V Corn-Dece- mber. c. to-da- y, Henry 0. 80GAH-Yell- ow, - ght.1 "Enough Is ) A. a Feast." w. 1 111 Tji I Sale! HENRY 0RT. J. BALLEN&ER. tj above-style- d Monday, November 20, 0 00-1as-io-o 81-1- self-defens-e. Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, uu-- j JEWELRY, 1 riiT. I r r 0. 1 1 "" "-- -- .1 1 ART POTTERY, I 3--4 4 TABLER'SDII 4 3-- p.iujkfyfNL 4 3-- 1 3- -J -- OINTMENT r J.A. 1 FARM FOR SALE! Holier KxploMon. Jeffeiisonville, Ind., Nov. 15. Tho Beaumont, Tor., Nov. 15. A terriresidonco and businoea house of Jacob ble boilor explosion occurrod at Hook's Daro of Hamburg, six miles north of Switch, demolishing the Hooks Lumhero, burned. Nothing was saved. Lobs ber company's mill. Threo men wero $10,000. killed and six severely injured. Those killed are Joo Kirksoy, Will Weiss and ISarthqunke In Greece, Bob MoKinney. The mill has jubI Atiiens, Nov. 15. A shock of was felt in this city and other etarted) after a shutdown of several weeke. places in Greece. earth-qunVo A 010,000 Fire. b 137 Acres of Best Mason County Land, Hunted on tbo Clark'a Run turnplko. ono milo W VINE. i &Fxm ii fCTNCINNATa iDENCEand all nencaiary outbuildings; a flno orchard and now Tenement nonw. EverythinB iVn gi?a repalr, Forlurther Information oafl JOHKJI.DOWNIKO. wL0wJ2S?. Watbingion, Ky,( rostofflo UtysrUut Xy.