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BAILED IN THEIR SCHEME.
THE BRtTISKOVERNMENT'S LATE8T
9Um Attanpt ia Implleata tha Leaders (
'''KaMVaal ! 'Vlta he Ke'ceni
Bynamit Flat KayOaasa the Eleetlea
Kessdt-ln. aaXrlsk yuiaty.
Loitdok, NovL-TKe repeated attetapte
jMi by tke gosTnrnenVth'rough the police
'Wtx'itU el'podilbillty o'f various to-caljed
jaaaite -ploia ,-apoa the leaders of the
JU)oaMt party hav faited dUmally. The
last brilliant schema by which they pro
.'ftcsu'i to effect a complU revulsion of feel-
teg among Hnfilishmft toward the Irish
suae has, perhaps, beea the worst utrle of
That the government's hand bos been
behind those endeavors on the part of the
' police dopartmont k no longer a matter of
The truth has come out little by little,
ivyntll now a "well defined chain of evidonoo
faintbe bands of oortaln members of par
liament, showing how the govornuijiit have
? attempted to implicate the Irish loaders in
. erimos that would unfailingly take from
fhem tho assistance upon which thoy de
'pbnd. If the govornmont could only have
rmado it to appear that the Nationalists
twere engaged in planning dynamite out
rages, thoy would by this means have alien -tod.
from tho causo of Homo Kulo tho largo
number of English votes that they fear will
be cast at the next election in favor of Ire-
land's causa. Thor havo been unsuccessful
,a their attempts, and the exposure of their,
plans to implicate Irishmen, guilty or not
guilty, is duo in a large measure to the
clumsy, maunor ,in which tho police havo
kandleJ the cases investigated.
It has been but too evident from tho first
what was intended, and now that tho gov
ernment have failed each timo to show that
taxational mombers of parliament have
keen mixed up in any of the dynamite plots
which they have professed- to discover their
endeavors in this direction, are bringing
tbsm into as much ridicule at tho failure of
heir coercion scheme in Ireland itBalf. It
would be mero folly for tho Irish mem
bers to bo conoerned in dynamite pints, for
this would set at naught all the good work
tbat thoy have accomplished by pationco
and forbearance, and would effectually ruin
all prospects for tho future.' It is not known
whether tho government will pursuo their
policy in this direction any further or not,
but whatever "plots" they may discover
rfill undoubtedly turn out to bo the vagaries
or irresponsible persons, and not tho
scbomes of the men whom tho government
loudly dosixo to criminate.
Editor O' Brian's AppenL.
Conn,' Nov. 1. The appeal of Editor
William O'Brion was argued in the quarter
sessions court at Middleton to-day. The
sentence of the lower court was confirmed.
When tho decision of tbe court was an
Bounced the spectators jumped up and de
nounced the mngistrata An indescribable
nproar ensued and many exciting scenes
enacted. Mr. O'Brien was present, and
iter the court gave its docision tho people
I tried to prevent the police from taking Mr.
O'Brien into custody. Mr. T. Harrington,
,;,Mr. O'Brien's counsel, contended that the
., authorities were not entitled to imprison his
-elient until the court of lost resort hod been
appealed to. A terrible struggle took place
"in tho court room and tho passage leading
from the court room4between Mr. O'Brien
t, and tbe p lice. The former resented ar
mrest aud,fought the police with all his
stretfgth. ; The .ladies present added to the
,wproar. with their creams and several
Vwoonod, away. Mr. , O'Brien was finally
hedged in ja.iL There was an immonse
rewd, outside, the court building and tbe
jMJoC the confirmation of Mr. O'Brien's
jiiat'qppe aiid, hi? arrest; drove the awaiting
(wHJtuiie almosti' fratvtio..with rage. It is
jWiaiyd .that 'ally. 1,000 people were as
Minbed.m and around, .ta, court bouse. Ths
jjjreaUit excitement prevails :,in Middleton.
; Jfe' people., are para4tngu thostreets de
ji rating tbo outrage, aUd a conflict be
'.,twoa ' tho mob, and police is raoiriontarilj
, .i, -I
., , ,ttThia,Qi
VXiNdrwiNov f,.-i-The .Mormon
Uren have applied to Uie.porto.tor per-
mission to estabiun a Mormon .community
in Turkey. It is expected permissi
J ' Hflttuoa on Anarohy.
JrfcBtajLaolXQ.v. I. At Plymouth Congre
atiopa'cliurch Sunday r Rev, Frank Gun
anlus in bis sermon said: "I feel that it Is
A fitting tiijio, while the Anarchista are un
hung, whllo their fate is in the hands of the
supreme court of the United States and
while honest, but, as I think, misguided
f.Taiftnarb; pleading to save their lives to con
nfslder the. problom of a groat city's life.",
"'Among tliese' problems he said were ' An
r arohism. Socialism, pauperism, intompor-
jance and'erimo. He dil not think he death
at thoau men would solve the nroblom of
Anarchy. Something more was needed for
the settlenieut of hose questions. Tliey must
.yield to moral principle, to the infiuonce of
the Gospel of Christ
. Ivy CItrJItaees.
fprr City, D. a, Nov. t Tbf flfthdayl
S efjtho meeting of, the MqUonai Jockey qlub
opened, cold and ceHuyi;Tho.traok jras good
and the attendance," with the fair weather,
much encouraged, about threo thousand
eight hundrod people bsng present.. First
' faoo, ono mile dash: Hariovor first,1 Ovid
. seoped, Lelex third. Time tU 3-4, Mutuala
Second race, milo beats, only two start
ers: First heat, Stuy vesant first, Windfall
. i second., Time 1:45. Second beat, Stuy
ireant first, ryindsall second. Time 1:47.
', i(utuahi't5,2. , ,
' Tnirl race, selling, one mile: Pasha first,
Jfen Strike second, ,1'agasus third. Time
' JrlSS-i. Mutuals $:0.15.
. Killed at a Panoe, ,
Frbqus Falls, Mlna. Nov. 1. At
dance Saturday night ..James .Gates, nd
Gone Lucey. became involved. In a quarrel
and went outside to fight It out -.Gates was
getting the better of his antagonist when
Tim Lucey .struck. Gates, it Is presumed with
'a slung shot, fracturing' his skull and killing
him instantly. The Luceys gave them
selves up and were lodged In tho county
Suicided by Shooting.
r SraiNQFjKLD, p., Nov, I. This morning
James H.,- the youngest brother of William
JL .Whiteley, tho reaper manufacturer, com
mitted suiolde by shooting. No cause for
tbe ast is known. Ha-has been dpspondent
for throe woks. Ho was formerly a hard
drinker, but three yearn ago ho stopped.
tWptea of the TTImM Olyn la -TorM. aa4
. JSrrlosqn tatae fia JSosfcqa .has toan ua
JJIshop D meager, oi. Port yrpe,U . .con
valescent, 'Tbo car, U aharlag.lhe .BMwie ;wita nis
James Gordon Beaaett sailed for Europe
TbevNational cattle oaventlon U mating
la Kansas City.
Two tramps outraged and 'murdered two
ladies at'St Augustine,' Canada.
Larraboo's bakery and nine other - build
ings at Albany, N. Y., burned' Sunday.
Deputy Attorney General Hallowell, of
Kansas, only charged $7,000 fee Jn the
Wichita liquor cases.
Lester Hayes, aged nineteen, cashier of
the Bank of Commerce, La Junta, Col, has
absconded with (4,000.
Missouri proachon) aro in hard luck, one
at Springflold being arrested for arson and
one at Joplin for horse-stealing.
Tbo new homo of the Little titstars of the
Poor was dedicated at Evanivillo, Ind.,
Sunday, by Right Ro Bishop Chatard.
Mrs. Wilbur F. Storey hassold "ho Chi
cago Times to James F. West and C. A.
Snowden, of the Evening Mail; purchase
Several femalo mombors of a Methodist
church at lloraoneck, Jackson county, West
Vfrgfnia, indulged in au open fight Sunday.
One was badly stabbed.
I Autonio Infantes made a hot-air balloon
ascension at the closing performance of the
Lost Days of Pompali at St. Louis, and
when 600 feet in tho air the balloon cap
si ced, precipitating him to tho ground,
where ho was impaled on an iron rod and
Tito. fast freights on the Nickel Plate col
lided between Irving and Silver Creek,
N.Y. Engineer' Clayton and Fireman Mor
ton wjare killed and Engineer Booth may die.
The dispatcher did not .'give one train
orders to side-track for the other.
.Col. John Lilliebook, of Nerika, Sweden,
who holds a high position in tho royal army,
and Count O. Lewenhaupt, an ofllcor of the
royal hussars of his Swodish majesty, are on
a tour of the principal cities of tbe Union
with the view of becoming familiar with
American customs and institutions.
WAsmNnTO.f, Nov. L Indications
Fair weather, light to fresh southwesterly
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Quotations of the Slonoy, Stock, Produce
and Cattle MnrktH for Oct. 31.
New Youk Money 3ts per coat. Ex
shango steal). Uovernmjuts steal.
Currency lxi;8. 121 bid; foar coupons, 1A!:
four-and-n-halfs. lOii bid.
Thi stock mitr.ot oienol Arm. and Vtf to
per co-it. hither than Saturday's closing, but
the s riig h l'd not lust lung. The Loirs
mile ami. o M s-ouil Pacific, under which
the m.V-ino d appeared b 10 'JO, wliilo Mis.
twuri P .oi.lo cil ..d "M. To.vurd 11 o'clock
the m.trkei u t-ud. i , undb. ml dty thj de
cll ehil litH-u ivcovoi'eu, cxc.pt la the oiuo
ot 111 tojrl Piiuitic. whlsn continue wo'k.
At .lie pro o'lt writing Uie market is stta.
what fotonsa au l unsettled.
Bur.Ai Qui ioy.. 127 Mich. Control ... 5
Ounadlin Picillc. 5J Missouri I'aoiUo.. 87
Caniuiiantiouth'n 51 N. 1'. Central.... 10(J4
Central i'acillo . 3J- NorthwosU3ra....lOJvu
C, O., 0.& I ... GO Northern i'aoiflo. ai
LHsl. .llulsu. 10J do preferred.. , CM
Del., Liiok. & '..M4 Ohio & Miss ,tiii
DenVer&RloO. '83 Paoirto Mail. -35
Brie pecon Js. .... CT4 Hjadlntc....
Illinois' C'eiilnil.llU lto.-k Island vlOV
Jersey Uontr.il... .73 KU 1'aul t.7i
Eansati Sfc Texas . 10 do preferred.. .IIS
LakeShore VVA Union Paoiflo .... WW
LouiavlUo&Nash 67J6 Western Union . 77H
FLOun Fancy, t3.0&3.75;
No. 2, 7H
No. Z mlxod;
WHEAT No. 3 red, 70aao
COaN No. 3 tnlxed.'4Ut3c.:
fi,afia.a aniMU HSP o-
No. t, mixed,
isuc: no. a wuito. ha&juc
HK family, Jl'J.6013.70;
tiAitu Heme, vw
. . v. - . . ..a
BAOO.V Hao, L clear sides. 7c.
OHKS.8K Pr mo to cnoico Onto, llM&13o.
.'i'OOWUY-Co.uiiiOB chiokens, ti.UJi.2
ili' no .
lv Unwashed 'medium, olothltiir. 2lu
U.S I111U. IL
JMc.; rlnu' merino, l.ifilli.-.; uoinmjo, laOo.;
HAyNi.- If timothy flOOJiWO; iio. 2,
,$U.WL...0;,inlicd, BlOJiaiUX), JprairW. $100
UJXi?. wueat. oua a ,u rye Htrdr, 85.40i67.00. '
UATTL -Joxl to onoico butoners', a.6a
30; .air, $i.03d.75: cjm.non, $U003L'7g
stockero timt iveiers, 9J.b0d3.00; yeatilugs and
,HOCli-ajK-ot butchers', $4.6'SO1.70; fair to
rfooi paeki'ilir. (03(1.00; fairuigjJl light
I120S4.10; ooinmon, JJ.o0ai.15; coils, $i75a
3.46. - . . . r
SIIEEP-Oomipon ,tofair, $!M1C; good
to choice,- S3.a5j4.3i common to fur lambs,
$.!JS0ai.23; good to choloo. St.Oa5.0o.
, Uoston Y"ol Mareu
t Kecetptiof, wool idurlng the past weokiiave
Deen o.o.o oaiosuomesuo unuiii Dalus lor
Jffhjn. ic a,r,01.1w doiuesUo and'U;U
flne'Onlo delaine 333Jo; Michigan delaine SJo;
unmerohautaula Michigan 'X$AS: unmer
ehantabla Ohio 'U&M; No. 1 combing Wash
tioniucxy iiiree-eiguis oioou combing
31c: do 0ne:fonrth blood cofflbinnaac Tex
irui iWMkuvnj wj jswa
as line 13 mos.'Ua&oyi d(j six to eight months
aaaKJC xexas men twelve montns 'JoXIo, do
to eight months
Texas fail medium. SOmiio; Ueonrla
unwashed 30331c. California northern BDiTnir
free 'Xittfc southern do l&asJc. Callforriln.
, hurry and defoctive.UtlOo. free falLloxio,
'southern ao H4614C, 'East Oregon ordtuarr
Sliio, do coarso SMaoo., Kansas. choice fine
aXjtcJlo, do mod i3'it0j Montana. tiBe.to oholoo
'axjfcOe, do averatro ItiQiXio, flno medium ,(o
choloo paft&n, do do avoraee XliSfiio, medium
tochoioe&&lc, doaveroifuslic, do lowsua
81c. Maine ttipers t3, w, 'eastern A sUpors
U62m7cy 11 lamrs 3o3 c western laiuna XMSJ,
extra'28a:i0o, Montevideo d30o, Australian
croes-bred aSiWSo, dp, cpmbfiig SAcJd, do
clothing 3138o, Capo SH4Wc.
WHEAT No. lsiaco rod, BSaWi; No. 8 red
winter, ojo.; Novum jer.H3tc ,
OukN MloU,u4o.j Noembjr. o3Xo.
"TJATB N6,l,Wiiue aUHk; No.a,a6a
UClTIiii.-USdt. 0 pr luj ibi, Uve weight
niUU.7 tf4.bodl5.i0 lor lOO ids.
BUEEP v.6aAi.7J pur iOJ lbs, Hvj weight.
COV.ON Qjiot. mludll.g upUuds, ,Bo:
do New Orkans, OJio.; Novemor, u.6a Id
cembor, U.5,o., Jaiuary, woOi.; tohruary.
y.OTc; Marc'n, O.iSj.; April, W.tUc.: Muy!
.tOJ.; Juae, 8.0rc.;uul. 1U.UJ0.
OATTLE-Slow; prime to extra, t7ia500
fair to good, S'-UOifiLi); commou, $j.iWj,u;
feode.'s, $i.&HilM; scoaKrs, i.J&i.r, re
ceil) e, 3 UoU; suinmunte, 41 .
110J8 r.a.y uaa u..tluingoaj receipts,
eiuoo; sal raunts, .3 -tO: Pu.iauoipulai, $i.;ua
4.o5j VTorkoiu, $l.ti0&4..0; cummon u iair,tfi..o
SHEEP Fdn receipts, 40; snip
meiita.,.400. Prime, 81U)(iJ5; fair togooi,
3.263.'i6; cpiuuiou, SLOOuAOJ.
on will fiooce-'wash8lmelluuiclocnlhff(a7laiac,lo.)t
jng-wspju.', ,t!iiQiorlai. X ami XXiiVaj
buir and o itts, lCldo.j tub-washed, U6i
Il Huperlnr exrellenco proven In millions
ol home" lor more tlinnnquniternfH century.
It In uued by tiie United bmlea Government.
Kmloieecl bv 1I10 lieiuisof (lie great Universi
ties an llmHlroiiK'Ht, I'uros' imd most Heallh
lul. Dr. Pib o's the only Baking Powder Ihat
doa not coniHlu Ammouia, Lime or Alum.
Hold only In cauH.
PlAlOE UAKING POWDER CO.
New York, Ulncsgo, 8t. Louis.
Tovftil tidines to tho thousands:
tho Mammoth Furnituro Storo of
HENBY ORT olToro a largo atooK or
Bran Kow Stylos, at priooa on
Latest Stylos of Pallor Work, Fold
ing Bod Lounges and Bods, Side
boards, Bookcases, Wardrobos and
aU other artiolos in tho lino of
tnat will mak6 it interostiag tobny
era. our traao is lnoreiwiuR, suu
to make it boom, wo hare made pri
oes to ait the timps. Wo carry a
largo stooK, ana aro iuu unvwio i
low oash pricos Come and boo: wo
wiU treat you risrht. Bomombor,
square doaling at
THE HENRY ORT
Window Glab, Taints, Oils, Brashes,
SpoHes, Soaps', Combs, Per
fames; Toilet Articles,
. Wy stock of Pure Drugs and Chemicals la'
always complete, au ai vne lowest pnow mr
reliable goods. ' ......
marPremeviptiona a speclnlty at all
J. JAMES WOOD,
BOKBIE8 A BON,
Repair Onna, Pistols. Lookw.'Ac, PPcl1 aU
lentlon paid to repHlrlnu Sewing Machlnos,
Office and Khp on Kast Secoi d Htreet.
AOVEHTiSEKS uy aildrewOUM 0E0. P. R0WELL
CO, tnaprnc l-i New York, ran learn the
exact cosi oranynnipo" line ol Advertla
lugli American Newspapers. riO"-Psics
Hnrapliiel. 10 riiiB
fll 1 fill
SwtMt a lew of the niiMieB'owi BaraiMM , ami f tho
cmp1etet atek cfDRt GOODS erw showa In ifayi-
Velvetwrio, ecod quality, at'2e'c'enta a yard; folly worth' 60 cents; v -
AJ1 Silk YtilvcU, twenty-fire different, colors, at 80 cenle a yard, novor sold wa
AU BUk Pljish $1 a jrardreRular,price.$l 60;
Fifty piece's finest English5 Caali mere, thirty-eight inches wide, in nineteen de
ferent colore, 23 rents, wonld be a'bnrgmn at 35 cents;
Another lot of LaPolle Kid Gloves, fivo buttons, embroidered backs, at 73 cents
a pait, lowest Cincinnnti price is $1.10.
In Ladies', Gents' and Children's Scarlet Lamb's Wool Underwear wo havo
fust received the biggest values in fine poods ever offered. We take espccinl pride
in these ns we consider tbem tho greatest bargains in our stock. They must be Been
to be appreciated.
We rrser.ve the biggest item now for tho Inst, viz: NOVELTIES IN,FINB
DRESS GOODS I Having pecured from the East, for lovers of stylish fabric, tho
most exquisite Suiting in PIhuIb, StripeB.'Checks snd Combimitions ever exhibited
here. These consist of entirely new effects in Surah Cloths, Merino Ciupures,
Camel's Hair, Broadcloths, Corduroys, &c, &c.
Proprietors of tho BEE HIVE, tho Cheapest Dry Goods House In Kentucky, where
all goodp sold must ulvo satisfriction or the money refunded.
ing. Criit,nes,,nicaoh, anil Brown. Mnsliu. Catnon Flannels, Ticking, Towels Table Linens,
Knpklns, Undeiwoar, Dlncfe and Colored Cashmere Shawls and tho moni complete Block' ol
ioierywor inuie, oiiswea.ana ummrea 10 do lonnu in me cuy. - 1 am a-ieruupea u nave
a nig trade this Fall, and have pnt such a final! ma gin on tbe original cost of the goods that
1 am suro to attract yonr attention and secure your trade. I have added to my stoc a new
line of Carpets, which I am Boiling at a very close price.
Cloaks and Wraps.
Have Just opened up my line of Ladles', Misses' and Children's Cloaks, Short Wraps and
Jackets. XKiu'i buy until you have examined my Hue ol these goods.
A beautiful line of One, Blush Garments.
You 'are respectfully Invited to visit my store and see tho bargains I cunofloryou. iBbaU
be pleased to huve yon call, whether you dctdre to purchase or not, us It is a pleahure lor' oa
to show the beautiful goods now In stock.
"Ono door below the Postofflce.
-i 1 a jso.
HERMANN : LANGE, : THE : JEWELER,
17 Aroad,,Gmo:ca2iati, attezxds $oall raail
ordors promptly. Goods sont for selection, to
reisponsibl parties. Fine wAtch.es repaired.
TB.DKWITT O. rKANKSJIf
Offlcat Bntlon Street, next1
door to Fostoffloe.
R. W. B. HOOKER,
Ofltoe .Second Street,. over, Rna-I
von A Hocker's dry eooda store.
Nltroos-oxlde Gas administered in:all caser.
Gas and Steam Fitter.
w Orders promptly attended to.' No. 38
Beeond street. maris
Or o a? o
G. S. HANCDOK,
No. 40 Market street, MaysvlUo, Ky., for good
Groceries and Produce,
everything usually kept In ' fflrst-claM
II grocory. ,Cash or trade for, produce,
"jy ouesl weight and square dealing.
GAS l STEAM FITTER,
Oorley'a new system of Honso 'Drainage and
Ventilation. Bath rooms fitted up with hot
and oold water a specialty. Also a largi
Iron, Lead and Stone Pipe,
Globe, Angle and Check Valves, water, and
"Bteam, Gauges, Force and Lift Pumps. Rub
ber Hose Chandeliers, Brackets and Globes
Personal attention given to all work and sat
la'aotlon guaranteed,, T.J.CORLEY,
Seooi.dBtreet, above Market, opposite Oma
ndon. Vi-V)))e. By. nedly
is tull ot newly-bought gootln, which 1 am oflering
very cheap to cash buyers. I have a splendid stuck
or new DresflUootis and Trimmings. I liHveB'sooa
o w 3a e,-
I have opened a Grocery on Sesond stree
one door below the opera house, where . I will
constantly keep a full lino of Groceries of rhe
very be6t quality, and.sell tbem at the LO W
NEW A FRESH,
and full weights given in all cases. I Invite
Everybody to give, me a call, and save money.
orl will pay the highest .market price lor
Butter. EgKR, Vegetables, do., either In cash
or trade. .Don't full to call.
Jel5-im G. A. MCOARTHET.
W. L. DOUGLAS
The only, 83 SEA3II.E83
' ' - Shoe In tbe world.
finest Calf, perfect fit, sad
warranted. Oonirress, Button .
aad Laos. All styles toe. As
stylish and durable as
inoso cosunc o or w.
W. Im IIOUUUIU
a.no 8IIOK excels
ue.ss Hiiooa ayer-
usea oy outer
w... u. -
I Boys n wear the W. X PODG JjIS ! &PE
It your dealr dooi not twn them.send your otmo oa
postal toW.L, DOUGLAS. Brocktoa SM.
Pornala byA.M. KOUtCRS.41 Second Stree
; Remember. that wo have, prescriptions writ
ten for Jour particular tate, by one o) the
nose aooompiUhed-phyilctnns Imtblajcity.
Full particulars and svmplora blank sent to
any'addreoa on reoelptol A centa in stardc.
, llOPJfi PRKSCRJPrlON CPflPANV,
ilsnao Stephens, Manager),
. alw4t 174 Race Htreet, Cincinnati, O.
LOUISVILLE COTTON and GRAIN EXCHANGE?
Chicago Markets received every ten min
utes. Orders taken for 1,000 bushels and up
rda. Office: Cooper's building Second St.
$6 a Day a Gold Mine
for Agents. Grandest Money Making Busi
ness ever oflored. A coldoii harvest 'or tho
next two month. 870 per moi'th nd
xpfHHft to ccllvo m en to sell our voods.
No oaplial. rrqulred. No peddling. Sample
case 01 goods and valuable Inforraat'on and
full particulars FRKE. No humbug ; wa
mean Just what We say. Add res at once
STANDARD SILVERWARK CO., Boston.
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