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NOW IT'S CANCER
Startling Statement Regarding
rriThe President Submits te An Oper-
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n tien en the Yacnt Onedia.
'M Considerable Pert
of the Upper Jaw
auiiv ti rtn we t?nB jt;ii 111 Jtwu
I Four Days, tlia I'liyslclnm Announc Anneunc
l Ing; the DUease as Illieuinntltm.
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j PniiADELi-niA, Aug. 30. The Press
Tuesday morning published a four
'column article confirming dispatches
t from Bosten about a month age which
t stated that President Cleveland sub
mitted te an operation en the yacht
j unciua ler ine removal ei a cancer.
!The operation required the cutting
i away of a considerable part of the up
,per jaw bone, and be far there has been
tje 6erieus effect. The Press says that
fMr. Cleveland is yel a very sick man,
and that his physician fears that mortal
'disease is still lurking in his system,
notwithstanding the efforts of surgeons
te relieve him.
' Secretary Lament, who was in the
. city, a few days age, was very appre
hensive concerning the president'
present condition. He said, in answer
'te a question from CeL Menree, "The
, president is a sick man, hew sick we
' can net tell."
"it It was in the last spring that Mr.
Cleveland began te be tormented with
a pain which seemed te proceed from a
teeth. He endured a great suffering
and for many days found little rest He
cencealed the trouble from his family,
and'lt is probable that no erie except
ing Secretary Lament ijncw that he
had physical terture as well as mental
anxiety te contend with. His physi
cians made nn examination te discover
the cause of the trouble, and shortly
before the president issued his call for
the extra session of congress it was de
cided that the operation was inevit
able. Arrangements were made in New
Yerk and Mr. Cleveland was met en his
arrival by Dr. Bryant, Dr. Hasbrouck
and another physician. The party
bearded the yacht Oneida en Friday.
Dr. Hasbrouck had charge of the oper
ation. As seen as Mr. Cleveland
bearded the yacht he was put te sleep,
and rested well until lateKhe next day.
Sunday it was deemed advisable te
use gas as an anaesthetic rather than
ether, because the operation would be
followed by hemorrhages which "might
possibly lead te a flew of bleed into the
windpipe. The president yielded easily
te the amusthetic, nnd the surgeons
-then began their work full of responsi
bility. The operation required but a
few moments. The physicians think
that they have removed all 6t the dis
ease tissue and bone
During the operation several teeth
were extracted, und it was said when the
fact of the operation was first made pub
lic, that the president had two or three
teeth extracted te prevent hemorrhage.
The physicians packed the cavity with
antiseptic cotton, se that it might heal
speedily. Dr. Hasbrouck remained en
the yacht two days te be ready in case
a third operation should be found nec
essary. The wound seemed te heal
, easily, nnd bic physicians are new con
fident that the disease may net be se
malignant as was feared.
Mr. Cleveland recovered from the
shock even better than the physicians
had dared te hope. He was kept in bed
four days, during which they an
nounced he was buffering from rheuma
tism. When it became necessary for
him te go te Washington the physicians
warned him te keep away from work
as much as possible. Dr. Bryant ac
companied him te Washington and
alter being there four days issued a
peremptory command for the president
te return at once te Buzzard'Sjbay.
. s " The president did net wish te go,
r saying that his services wero needed at
Washington during the financial crisis,
but he obeyed the doctor's orders and
the advice of his frlends, and returned
te Buzzard's bay.
Thore is much encouragement at
' present in the fact that the president's
condition is greatly improved, and that
thore will be no i ecurrence of the mal
ady which rendered the first operation
" necessary. Dr. Bryant is still with the
," president, and hopes for his ultimate
' ' and full recovery.
t ,Nkw Yehk, Aug. JO. The Evening
Sun said Tuesday: "It is useless te try
' te conceal the fact that Mr. Cleveland
$i,is a sick man, and the physicians fear
, ,'mero mortal disease is lurking in his
system, notwithstanding heroic efforts
'eX surgeons te ivliove it duriug the
(summer. Secretary Lament said te
jik. Cel. Menree a few days age: 'The presi presi
i'dent is a sick man; hew sick we can
Y net tell. "
,j$ The Evening Sun also states that an
4j ' operation was performed en Mr. Clevo Cleve
, $Tand during his recent trip en Mr.
s? Benedict's yacht
lit A- Spiritualists' Collcire.
LinEnAL, Me., Aug. 30. Spiritualists
In -'conference here have organized an
association with 5100,000 capital te
found a spiritualist college. Stock will
ibb, effered te spiritualists all ever the
country. The qchoel will be organized
with two branches, ene ntted te teach
the common branches of education, and
the ether te teach physical culture,
!whero spirit culture and the develop
ment of mcdlumshlp will be taught
rJEitsEV City, N. Y., Aug. se. A
fVfHl ',UUJUU OM W -W vtt jv-
I TH'rine Asiatic cholera was taitcn te the
grcity hospital Tuesday morning. The
Kceunty health beard absolutely refuses
Cte give out any information. The
. tf 14 Atin Mn in miaIi 4lif tftpsm fi n litnii vn 1
h Jwas hurrledly but thoroughly fumi-
Kallreiul Tickets Stelen.
J 'l1'. f,w, t rf Avirv V.( A nnlrn rrn nrtn.
talnlng 5,000 tickets, geed for passage
jen the elevated trains, wus stolen from
the ticket ofllce of the Southslde Rapid
IVIVntiKtt On., at Cenirress strenfc. Tim
.tickets are valued at (2,500.
LsttlolfetB are valued at 2,500.
Easy te Take
the system in
A specific for
J. J. FITZGERALD,
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter!
41 West Second Street,
Jewel Gas Steves. MAYSV1LLE, KY.
COCIIHAN & SONS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
HOIIT. A. COCIIHAN
A. M. J. COCIIHAN
WM. D. COCIIHAN
.Dr. J. H. SAMEL,
Ex-resident Burgeon Ooetl Paninrltnn Hospital,
Kx-nctlng Superintendent Lengvlew
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
On ice With Dr. Strode.
Residence TUIrd et., 1 Doer West of Market.
rh LEAD TO PROSPERITY.
$&Bear This in Afind
.. AND WHEN YOU. .
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Orders Solicited for Anything That Can Be
Printed With Type.
Acme Mixed Paints,
ALL COLORS, KEADY i'OK USE.
l'ure White I.cml. Varnishes, Coler9,
Dry nml in Oil, Taint llrushue, Whlte
Wash llruslics, Oils for Pnlntiiifc', M
ciilnory,&c.,W!ilte EtiHtnel for Frames,
Stnmls, &.c, Black Enninel for Flre
Fronts, &c, for side by
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t. ii. n.smith, DENTIST !
TUclatat Lecal Auutthdict for the
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Fer keeping "jenr teeth nnd gums In order
use Sapenin, best teeth wnsh known te the
world. Otllcu, Second street.
Insanity Last Year.
The increase of insanity last year ever the
preceding year was startling! Think of it,
persons suffering front nervous troubles, such
as nick and nervous headache, nerveusneja,
convulsions, neuralgia, apoplexy, dyspepsia,
sleeplessness, paralysis, nervous prostration,
epilepsy, etc. The outlook would certainly
be discouraging for you were there no means
of escape. Any of the above difficulties,
md many mere, are advance symptoms of
Insanity or someethor equally deplorable con
dition en-ling in suicide or premature death.
Dr. Frankjin Miles, the noted specialist,
has devoted ever 20 years te the investiga
tion of nervous affections, and in the result
of liis labors lies the only hope of these afflict
ed with the troubles nameJ. His Kestora Kestera Kestora
tive Nervine is a pesitive means of relief.
If you have any nervous affection attend te
it at once. De net wait till your intellect is
shattered or the frenzy of suicide overcomoa
you. Delay is dangerous.
lU-v. J. R. Miller, Fiuter of the M. E. church,
Bljf Run, I'd , writes: " Overwern caused me te
bruilc down oemplotoly. The ellerU of several
?el doctors, and eight weeltt of travel, did me
littlu mxxl. I could net read or itudr, and my
con lltlen was serious. I bcfn ujlns l)r. Mllea'
Rdtoratlre Nervine, four bottles of which com
pletely cured rae. Accept my grntltude."
"Iwm talceti sick la.it April, and had the attend,
unce of three of our beat phyalclans. The result
was tint at the end of four month I was a help
teai Invalid, oeuld net eat, and did net get thirty
mlnuteV Meep In 31 hours Lest M pounds in
weight. Four weeks age I began using Dr. Miles'
RiteMtlve Norvlne. Ilcsterattre Tonle and Nerve
and Liver Tills. Have galnel S3 pounds In
weight, can eat and sleep, and feel as well as I
overdid." J O Stephens, Carlisle, Fa,
" I was Affllcted with nervous prostration ever
two years, and during that tlme was unable te
perform any work. Through the tue of Dr. Miles'
Rejiurutlve Nervine I am entirely restored te
health, and atile te conduct my business the same
as before my sleknesi. I recommended the Ner vine
te a young man alie suffering from nervous pros
tration, and he, tee, received wonderful beneflt
from It Dr Ml leV remedies are considered a pan.
uee-Mit ourheiwo." W S.Cutihaw.Gallen, Alfch
Dr. Miles' Restorative Norvlue It sold by all
dr.tgglits en a positive guarantee, or by Dr. Miles
Medical Cr, Klkhivrt. Intl., en receipt of pries, II
nor it tt1e, or xlx bottles for 85. express prepaid. It
U positively free from all opiates and dangerous
drug Dr Miles' Nerve and T.lver Fills. 2S cnts
per box five noxei, Sl.OO. Mailed anywhere. Free
boeV at drugclsts, or by snail.
ltecknwny llvnch, the Fnnieus Summer and
I'lcasure Jtosert, Visited by Fire.
ItOCKAWAY BltACH, L. I., Auff. 80
Rockaway Ilench, the famous summei
nnd plcosure resort, was visited by an
other disastrous flre early Tuesday
morning. The place hardly recovered
from the conflagration of lust fall, when
J nearly every structure en the bcah
i was destroyed by the flames.
1 The fire was discovered In the Sea
side station of the Reclcaway Ilench
railroad at 2:15 a. m. The flames orig
inated in the top Btery. Sergt Wol Wel
fcrt, wife and two children; Section
'Foreman Antheny Roop, with his fam
ily, and live railroad gntcmen were
asleep at the time en the Becend fleer.
They were aroused with dlfllculty.
Welfcrt saved his two children but we
badly burned. Mrs. Welfort jumped
from the second-story window nnd wat
followed by the five gatemen. All the
gatcmen sustained serious injuries.
A hurricane prevailed at the time
and the flames spread with amazing
rapidity. Daly's hotel caught fire.
The building was filled with summer
guests, none of whom had time te dress
themselves, and they fled from the
structure in their night clothes.
The residents of the beach fleckod te
the scene and with visions of Inst year's
disaster still fresh in their minds be
came panic-stricken. The department
is net an cflicicnt one, all its parapher
nalia, with the exception of one new
Are engine, being of old-fashioned pat
tern. Ne headway could be made by
the firemen and volunteers, and Daily's
hotel was seen In ruins. Leuis Rey
nolds' hotel, in the rear of the railroad
station, was then attacked by the
flames and also damnged.
THEY WILL WAIT.
The dm ernern of Wellington nnd Mnntuiin
Will Net Convene Their legislatures tc
Helena, Ment, Aug. 3a Gov. Rich
ards, when asked if he intended te call
a session of the legislature for the pur
pose of electing a United States sena
"I de net expect te reconvene the
legislature for the purpose of electing
a United States senator. There maybe
a contingency arise, which I de net
new foresee, which may necessitate an
extra session for some ether purpose,
but I de net expect anything of the
kind. Unless the people demand it
there will be no extra session for any
Frem this It is te be inferred that the
legislature meets in January, 1895, nnd
the state of Mentana will have but one
vote in the upper house of congress.
Seattle, Wash., Aug. 80. Gov. Mo Me
Graw will net call a special session of
the legislature te fill the vacancy
caused by the refusal of the senate te
seat J. B. A. Allen, unless a majority of
the people of the stnte demand it
World's I'nlr Visitors View a Surprising
bight In North IJnketn.
LutiMen, N. D., Aug. 30. The
World's fair commissioners, with the
feruign farmers, Tuesday morning vis
ited the hundred-thousand-acre farm
of the Elk Valley Farming Ce., a mile
from this 11-year-old town. A large
party of North Dakotans came up from
Grand Ferk te see the harvesting.
Among them were Gov. Shortbridge
and Mayer Richardson. The proces preces
sion of carriages drew up in front of
forty-two harvesting machines cutting
nnd binding a hundred-nnd-slxty-ncrc
field of yellow grain. The sight was
picturesque, and a revelation in agri
culture te many of the foreigners. A
prairie chicken lunch was served te the
guests in picnic style en the farm under
TOUGHS AND "PICNICKERS."
A lluttlp I'eught Near Caire, W. Va., In
Which Many Wert) Hurt.
Paukekshuiie, W. Va., Aug. CO. A
gang of Pleasant county roughs 6cnt
word te parties who intended holding
a picnic near Caire, Ritchie county,
Saturday, that they Intended breaking
it up. Early in the day they marched
te the grounds, where they were met
by the picnickers, thirty strong, and a
fearful battle took place. Over fifty
men engaged in it. All the combat
ants were mere or less Injured. Jehn
McCalley and James Vanosel, two oil
men, were fatally injured, and a youth
named Harvey Themas, who was en
deavoring te rescue a little brother
from the mob, was seriously hurt. The
battle was the result of an old feud.
Idle Men In Colerado.
Denver, Cel., Aug. 30. State Laber
Commissioner Ilrentllnger estimates,
from returns received from leading
points in the state, that there are
35,000 unemployed men In Colerado, ne
the direct result of the rccent closing of
the mines. Net all are miners, el
course. He estimates that the army of
unemployed will be augmented by
15,000 men within thirty or sixty days.
Many of these men are new employed
by farmers and fruit raisers. The work
of discharging farm laborers has al
Laber Day In Clet eland.
Cleveland, O., Aug. SO. The Indica
tions ure that tlic Laber day demon
stration In this city Monday next will
be the greatest yet held. It is estimated
that from 0,000 te 10,000 will march In
the parade which will move In the
morning through the central portion of
the city. '
Hulclded In a Khod.
Kknnaiw, 0., Aug. 8a Henry Gin
gery, 45, committed sulclde by hanging
himself In a w.agon-6hed. After fasten
ing a rope te a joist, he put the rope
around his neck and stepped off a
sleigh. Demestic trouble is supposed
te have caused the act
IlELLKFONTAINE, O., Aug. 30. Mrs.
M. A. Robinson, aged 04, died here of
old age. After her death It was found
that her toenails had grown te be noar near
ly three Inches long, and turned back
ever her feet
Democratic Organ Huipenri.
Denver, Aug. 8a The Evening Past,
the organ of the straight democratic
party suspended publication Tuesday
en account of the financial stringency,
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We have Justrecolved a shipment of new and
stylish Dress Goods. Including plain and fig
ured Hep-sacking In all the new shndes. A 59
Inch NeveltyTiresB Goods nt only 37tfc per
jardi 60-Inch all-wool Cleths. In blue, tan nnd
gray, nt ftQe. per nrd; Twenty lines or Cor
sets, Including all the culebrated makes, such
ns wnrner's.TlHll'e, J. 11.. I1. P.. 1JT& S.,Veven,
etc., nt low prices: nlse cheap grades nt 40,00,
65 and 75c., In black, whlte ana old geld. Ask
te see our Oic. unlaundrled Shirt. It Is a
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Ontliered Frem All Parts of the Country
Sam Mlcewskl, aged 12 years, was
dangerously hurt while attempting te
beard a cable car, at Cincinnati, Tues
day. In a runaway, near Calcutta, north of
East Liverpool, O., the 4-year-old child
of Arthur Cooper was fatally injured
und Cooper nnd his wife badly hurt.
Heavy rains at headwaters Monday
raised the rivers nnd the resumption of
navigation from Kanawha down, and
possibly from Pittsburgh is probable.
The extensive shops of the C nnd P.
railroad at Wellsville, O., employing
several hundred men, shut down. It is
anticipated that they will resume about
During the storm at Sullivan's island,
S. C, A. llryan nnd wife were drowned
and Mrs. II. Pellaud was killed by a
falling tree. Fifteen heubes en the
island were damaged.
Fifteen people are known te have
been drowned, and mere are missing, at
Savannah, Ge., during the cyclone. It
it is Impossible te estimate the amount
of property destroyed.
The French government has agreed
te call a conference of the members of
the Latin union in Paris te decide the
question of the naturalization of frac
tional silver currency.
Heavy damage te property was done
at New Haven, Ct., Tuesday morning,
is thought the oyster beds are ruined.
The less in New Haven county will
amount te one million dollars.
A terrible storm passed ever the
Cumberland valley, Pn., Monday night,
doing considerable damage te property
and growing crops. Telegraph wires
were blown down and communication
cut eiY for several heuis.
Mrs. R. I). Shepherd, known en the
stage as Miss Marie Prescott, died at
the Hospital of the Geed Samaritan,
New Tork, Monday. She had under
gone an operation for the removal ef'a
tumor in the ufternoen, and was net
able te recover from the effects.
Chicago gas companies have declared
dividends amounting te $375,000, pay
able in scrip, bearing Interest at sis per
cent This is done because in view of
the monetary stringency, the directors
deem it prudent te keep in hand all
available cash te complete the work of
Tuesday morning the Omaha Union
stock yards added one hundred men te
its force. The Cudahy Packing Ce. will
increase their force by rive hundred
men, and Swift & Ce. will start up with
a full force. These improvements have
greatly stimulated business in these
Iterry Caldwell, the man who cut
Rebert Raines' threat en Arbuckle
creek, last Thursday, was arrested
Tuesday at Stock-Yards, W. Va., by
two gentlemen staying here for their
health. One hundred dollars reward
was offered for him. Yeung Haines is
in a critical condition.
Net since the big flood of lSSShas
such n deluge of water invaded Balti
more as that of Monday night. The
water from the bay spread ever the
wharves and Heeded the streets and ad
jacent buildings. Frem midnight te 1
o'clock the wind blew a gale of sixty
miles an hour. The rain fell in torrents.
Cincinnati, Auj 3a
FLern Spring pa'nt 3.9'. ranges te 91.10;
fancy at :3.15aa.V), and family, S2.75n3.00;
winter jMtant. quotable ut tlOlJS, faeey, at
F.-W2.7S; family, 200iSM. extra, II W&iOO.
low grade, 11 501 9a Sties rye, N W., J170.
W'HEiT Slew, bales sample red, 65c
Conn Weak but oetive. Sales' Ne. 2 mixed,
tic. Ne. 3 white, 40c Ne. 2 mixed, lie; rejected
white, 33c, white ear 10c, yellow ear. 11c.
Oats Steidy Sales Ne. 2 mixed, 3tfe;
Cam IE-Select butcher, jacvjl.100; fair te
Reed, 2.7Jk atM; common, lift) 2S1 Heifers:
Geed te choice, ii SSJii2A, common te fair, S1.7J
(32 75. Cows, Geed te choice, t2.7.V2aeO; fair
te medium, ii00 j2 (tt, common and thin rough
stuff, 75cSl 50. stockers, 1 733.00, yearlin?
and grazing cah e-J, K!.U&3.00.
Veal Calvls Common and large, 12.005
1 00 fair te geed light, fl 2545.00, cxtr I5.2T.
Hoes Select heavy end prime butchers
55 755.80 fair te geed packer, S.1535.70
common and n ugh, f 1.73&5. 13, fair te geed light,
J.75&0UO ft pigs, 55 25&5.8S.
Sheep and Lamijs Sheep Geed te choice,
12.75 a 3 50 common te fnlr, tl 5012.50. Lambs
Shippers extra, "5.10 5.25. geed te choice,
II 25 '5.00, common te fair, 2.5OJ10a Butch
ers Geed te cheic iaCOu.175, extra, 1.00, con
men and culls, 42.00tJ2.75
HrrrALe Aug. 3a
Catile Marhet glow; geed te choice atrcrs,
fl5t:ioe. coarse steers, W.waare, Blockers,
noes Market steady; geed te choice llsht
grades, k&10fl(l5; geed packers, J9 90&9.W:
choice heavy, SG. 10 roughs, M 2525.00.
Sltr.KP and LAMns Market slew and un
changed. Reed sheep, 13.255 3. W. common te
fat-, iS.75ti3.0O geed lambs, J 1501.75; com
mon 10 fair, I2.75&1 25,
PlITSDUIlOH, Aug. SO. .
Cattle Market slew at yesterday's decline
oflSi5eoff from last week's prices, no cattle
shlpped te New Yerk
Hogs Maiket lira; Yorkers, $a.l02620.
medium weights. W.0086.10; extreme heavy,
!5.035.80, three cars hogs shipped te New
Sheep- Market very dull nt loareo e3;
lambs, 25c off from yesterday's prices.
CmcAoe, Aug sa
FlecR'AND CHAIN Cash quotations. Fleur
quiet and unchanged, Ne. 2 spring wheat, 62c;
Ne. 3 spring wheat f. a b., 53201c; Ne. 2 red,
C2e, Ne. 2 corn, 37Hc, Ne. 3, 37Hc. Ne. 2 eats,
23Hft2JJ,e; Ne. 2 white, tab., 27jjaS!c, Ne.
3 white, f. e. b., 25je27c. Ne. 2rye, wye Ne. 2
barley nominal; Ne. 3, f. e. b., S33S7c, Ne. 1,
tab., SO&370, .Va l flaxseed, 09c!1.00.
New Yekk, Aug. 3a
Wheat Spot .market dull and lower, clos
ing steady, Ne. 2 red stere and elevator S3 S6)c:
afloat CSKCeaxc; tab. CSya&jyc; ungraded
red 62 jCe; ;Na X Northern 63ye; Na
2 red .September C7XaC9Kc; closing atC8J,'c
Cern Spots dull and steady. Na 2 150
in.olevater, 13jffil0e -afloat, closing at 15a
nrB-Neminal. Western, M355a
Oats Speu qulet, steady; Augast 333S0HC,
closing at SOe; September 3JKc, closing at
30ie; Na2whlteS3c; Na 2 ChlcagoSle: Na 3
20e; Na 3 white 32e, mixed western 30232c;
white de 3a2i:c,
PniLADELrniA, Aug. 3a
Wheat Opened Armer and afterward bo be
cama weaker and lower; toward the close
prices ndvnnced UOHc, and clesed firms Na S
red August GSXQCOc. v
Conw Na 2 mixed August ISyeiUa
Oats Car-lets weak and le lower, Ne. 3
whlte August 3lH3S3Ha
Toixne, Q, Aug. sa
Wheat Acthe and steady; Na 2 cash
August, 61Mc; September, 62e; October, Clc;
Oeun Dull and steady; Na 2 cash, 40c j
Oats Quiet; cash. cshe.
ItrrDuU: cash &
Clevxr-ssbd AcUte and easier: prime caab,
I&39; Sep-tmber, 16. ; October, O.VX
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