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IMAYSVILIiE, KYV WEDNESDAY, NOVE.Y1BER 9. 188,7.
At this season nu)rrfau needs to an
flat of toolo. IIION enter Into almost ever
ota-t rreeonption ror taose wi
ho aoed bofldbix agi
crs, eui, iFlIAS.NO JQlJAl pA la
only Iron medicine that Is not Injurious.
Jt, Udi'icI-.uh the Mood. InvlHoriitcs tho
sJtBloiq, HuHtorca Appetite, Aids JJlpcntloa
lb uoos not uiacKcn onnjure uie itmvii, vauoo uowj
ache or produce constipation other Iron mtdlrtnet do
Sin. O. II, Binklet, a 'loading plynlclin of Hpring-
1 field. Jato aaja:
" Brown b Ircm Dltters I a thoron(?hlr good medi
aino. I use It in my practice, and find Its action f x
eelsallotlioi f irnisollnm. In weaknesti, or fttow con
dition of tfao sjruteui, Hrown's Iron Bitters is nrasllr
a positive lioiusHity. It la all that la claimed for ft."
t. Da, W. N. Watbbs. 1319 TUIrtj.second Street.
Skorgetovrn T O., Bajs: " Brown's Iron Bitters is
the Tonlo of the age. Nothing better, It creates
(appetite, gives btrengtil and improTea digestion."
4 Cennine bar above Trade Mark and crooned red linos
' " ou wrapno." Take BO other. Mads only by
SUUWM CHEMICAL CO., HALTIMOItE, MB.
m II. N. KMITM,
ecu for tlio painloflS extraction of
id. uoodon s-ourt mrpet.
Omas: Third street, west of Market, next
Moor 10 jur.jamos nnacaieioru's.
kK.JJKWITT J. FISANHUN,
Office: button Street, next
TK. W. B. HOOKES,
Office Second Rtreet,' over Run
.Ton dfHocker's dry goods' store.
ltroms-oxlde Gnu administered In nil ease.
X)K. W. H. ANDERSON, '
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
OSes t dry .stars.
House. Bin and
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Graining, Glaring; and, Paper-hanging. All
Tfprk rwai yaud, promptly executed. Office
mi shop, north aide ol Fourth between Mar
iaetand Limestone, atreetA. alDdly
ft W, BDIJ9EK,
Oprt street, Mayavllle, Ky.)
ATTORNEY AT IL"W.
Will practice in the court of Mason and ad
enine counties, irrompi attention giveu tu
Election oi claims and accounts. Also to Fire
assurance, and the buying, Belling and rent
teg of bouses, lota aud lands, and the writing
4 deeds, mortgages, contracts, eto. ' n6dly
J OABBKTT 8. WALL,
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Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
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fames, Toilet Articles,
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reliHDlH goods. . , ,, . ..
WFriacrlptloBa a specially at all
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JOB PRINTING ol every description neatly
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THE WORK FNI8HED ON'THE ANAR
Everything Ready for, the Ezeeatloa of
the Noutanoa of Death Governor
Ogleabr II aa Bald It Will Uo Nothajf
to lrveat the Hanging.
CniOAQO, Nov. 0. The ring of the ham
mers and the nolso of carpenter work in the
jail hafa ceased and the grim machines of
death are completed. The gallows' are in
thb basement and have undergone a
thorough overhauling. One old gal.owa
will hold threo persons and tbo other has
been changed to hold four.
Everything was quiet around tbo county
Jail this morning, and the oillcoru ou guard
In and about the building had tin easier
time of it than for several days post. Cjutte
a number of friends of the various prison
era were on band at the usual visiting hour,
but they were notified that the sheritl had
Issued orders abrogating all genoral visiting
privileges until Monday of next weelc
Muny of the visitors, who had brought with
them baskets of clothes and changes of
linen, were greatly disappointed, but there
was no appeal from the decision, and thoy
were compelled to return home.
The seven condomnod mon who, undor tbo
sentence of the law, lmvo but throe days of
life remaining to them, were late in ariitng
and especially ou the part of rJples and Par
sons there was a total absence of that cheer
fulneas of spirits which they have previously
exhibited' after a good night's rest. At
o 'o'clock, a bill of , fare from the Itevero houe
restauraut- was taken from cell to cell euil
encjli prisoner was pormit'ted to select what
be wanUxl for the morning meal Half, an
hQilr later the food was brought in, the cell
doors wore thrown wide cpen and each
man's meal was spread upon his table. All
of them ate something, but Spioj was the
only one that gave evidence of a hearty
"VVbon the attack upon the viands had
concluded the prisoners, with the exception
of Lingg were takon into the adjoining cor
ridor for a brief spell of exorcise. Two
stalwart turnkeys wutkod on oaoh side of
each man aud they were strictly forbidden
to talk to each other. Fifteen minutes were
thus occupied. Tnen the men were returned
to their cells, all except Fischer, who seated
himself in the barber's chair. By some
oversight the turnkey failed to stand guard
over the chair. An open razor was lying
upon the shelf beneath the looking-glass and
when the barber walked over to the water
fauclt some thirty feet away, and excellent
opwrtunicy was alfordel the condemned
man to seize the weapon to use it with in
stant oiTeoc upon his jugular. The little
knot of reporters held their breath and
pressed their faces to the railing, but
Fischer, with his eyes upon the weapon, sat
as motionless as a corpse until the barber
returned. Moanwhile his wife had been ad
mitted to the jail and after tha operation
bad been concluded, he was permitted to
talk to her through the netting of the cage
as ot old, except that a turnkey stood at his
right hand and listened to everything that
Nfna Van Zandt, who looked even more
care worn and depressed than yesterday,
came in with the hope of being able to gaze
at nor August through nine feet of space
and two barred doors, and sue was lifted to
the seventh beavon when her alleged bus
band was brought. lp,"fji its. n sad, ttss jvl
lowef to talk with her under the same sur
vejllAnce applied to Fischer. The latter
wife brU'ht with her a basket filled with
clean under-clothing, and after it had been
carefully shakaa out, and examined it was
taken to hU celt None of the rest of the
prisoners bad any visitors, and it is said
that Mrs. Parsons baa deolared that she will
mk.no further effort to .see ner husband,
preferring to consider him as dead from
I Whan the reporters were about to leave,
Cnjef, Jailor Folz decided to make a soarpk
of. Llngg's oelL The bomb maker was
brought out into the cage and ordered to
take oft his ooat and boots. These were ex
am, ined, and then a opuple of day watoh
mon went through the remainder of his 'ap
parel, Lingg meanwhile regarding them
with a domonlao smile, while Jailor .Fqlz
was looking over the interior of the oolL
Every noolfaiid corner was searohed, overy
bit Of piper examined, but nothing of a
dangerous oharaoter was found, and Fobs
contented himself with confiscating a couple
of alarm clocks, which were about the only
portable things of any weight that remained
in the place. While the a iarch was going
on Lingg walked up and down outside,
tossing a tow iKra b from one band to the
other, and over and anon casting the most
fiendish glanoes at those who were watching
him m the other onc'jo'jure, ' Once be caught
sight of Eugei peering through the bars of
bis oell, and, greeted htm with a ,rOood
3 Torn! '" In German. His fellow' Anaj:
ttst.made no. audfl0e reply. After be" Wd
been returned to his cell Lingg continued to
pace up arid down forsorae time, unil
finally he dropped' on his oot and buried nis
face in the pillow. ' '
Ten baskets of, grapes, addressed to the
condemned inqn, were ' received at tbo jail
last'nlght. T ey came from the Put-in Bay
vineyards of John Brown, Jr., eon of the
'h'UtorBrqwn. The official- this morplpg
decided 'tha', If the prisoners wanted grapes
thypuld get jtham.yia tho restaurant, and
tiie baskets of' fruit will be given to the re
latfvea if they choose to take them.
Yesterday afternoon a story that ten
more bombs had .been found in a West Side
foundry, gained circulation and created a
general sensation. On investigation It was
iQunu (owR ennaru.
Inspector BouQeld, of the police depart
ment, a disgusted with the leading citizens,
who he says "have no strength of mind, and
'who knock each other down in an effort to
get tp taa front ana sign petitions through
fearjlmt their property will be lost to, them
in case of a hanging. "
He added that the finding of bombs in
Llngg's coll would only make the people
sign polltious faster. Tho inspector grew
rather warm (n an interview, and thought
that none of them would be hanged and
that all would go to tho ponltentlary.
What Governor Ogleaby Baldi
Watkhloo, Iowa, Nov. 9. Ex-Governor
Sherman, of this state, recently said: "I
met Governor Olesby at Hook Island. Ill,
I auririj? inn reunion ot the Annv or toe inn
seesee in October, I WO. Tho i-overnor. Gen.
TutUe.and I were in conversation one day,
,when rill to the governor, roferring to
jTbny will come before you with a peti
tion tcTsave their nVck.,r
;y-)ll,M replied, the governor,, unpbat
icolly, "it w m'b do them a bit of good to
come to me."
Rytnpatliy V m Now Tork.
New York, Nov. I). President Gompers,
of the F'-derutlon of Tra lf, has started for
Sprn'igfia 1 to plead for the Anarchists be
fore Governor Olesby. Before going
he telegrnphed tho governor, lieseeching
him to show mercy in the mime of hu
manity. Tho German Federated Trade and Labor
Union, organized to create symjiathy wltli
tbo condemned men, hove isuod n notice
to worklm-men of this city tonppear in mass
meeting Friday morning at 8:30, in Union
square, to record their protest against tho
ouirngo tQ be conmlttoJ that day by the
executions in Chicago.
Governor Oglexbv'a Mnlt.
SrniNOKiKLD, III.-, Nov. 0. Over 250 lot
ters and petitions were received by G iv
ernor Oglpsby this morning in referenco to
tho Anarchist case, the greater portion Do
ing as usual from Cuicago. It it asserted
with confllonce that contrary to tho rules
heretofore, the proportion of demands for
execution were greatly in excess of requests
This change of sentiment bos undoubtedly
boou occasioned by the finding of the bombs
in Llngg's cell. A state house rumor says
that two more threatening lotters'were re
ceived by the governor this morning, and
according to the invariab e custom wore
promptly consigned to the flamts. Gov
ernor Oglesby seems a great deal less
affected by these threatening letters than
are his friends here inspecting the Held.
On of the Jurors Threatened.
St. Paul, Nov. . H. T. Sandford, a
juror in the Anarchist case, who is now liv
ing here, has received several letters from
Chicago and elsewhere, threatening him
with death on the day the condemned men
are hanged. He had expressed his intention
of going to Chicago on that day and witness
the execution, but has bom advised by Dis
trict Attorney Grinnell not to do so.
Another lloinb Pound.
Chicago, Nov. 9. A bomb made of gas
pipe, nine inches long and two inches wide,
closed at either end by a brass cap, and with
a threo -inch tube protruding from a hole In
tho center of tho pipe, was found ou Van
Bureu street near Lnllm this morning by a
boy. It was taken charge of by the police
I United State Troops In Clilcairo.
Chicago, Nov. 9. Two compauies of the
Sixth regiment, United States troops, under
commani of Maj. Lyster, arrived in this
city at S:25 this morning, and proceeded at
once to Highwood, where they are to be
Ministers Want Them Flung;.
Clkvkland. O., Nov. . The Methodist
preachers of this city and vicinity to-day
wroto Governor Oglesby asking him to let
the law take- its course in regard to the
Ana re his U.
Two Mora Signers.
Chicago, Nov. 9. Potter Palmer and
Judge McAllister, of the appellate court,
have signed a petition for executive clem
ency for Spies, Rohwftb and Fisldea.
A TEXAS TRAGEDY.
Confllotluir Iteports as to the Lynohlaa; of
a Tlialf and His ltesusoltaflon.
Waoo, Tex., Nov. . The report came to
the city yestorday of the banging of one
Dan Wells on Childers creek, about sixteen
miles abovo the city, and of his rescue from
death by a physician.
A few days ago Mr. L. W. Harvey, a
prominent farmor who resides near Patrick,
lost two or three 'fine horses, and a cldse
watch was made for the thiof or thieves.
Dan Wells, a young man who was raised In
the neighborhood, Was suspocted of being
ono of the men who stole tho horses. Wells
is about twenty-five year old, and has',
wife and children, and ' is said tp have bad
associates. A warrant was sworn out for
bis arrest before Justice W. G. Boyd, and
Constable Charles Sparks made the arrest.
Taking Wells in charge, Sparks bad started
to Justice Boyd's residence, when 'he was
surrounded by a large number of men who
took his prisoner away from him. After
they ordered the constablo to move on, the
vigilantes thinking, no doubt, to get a full
confession out of Wells, swung him up by
the neok to a limb of a tree.
One ocoount stated that the vigilantes
failed to obtain a confession from Wells,
and, after koeping him swinging for some
time, cut him down and turned him over to
tho constable, who again took charge of
Another informant saya the vigilantes left
Wells banging, and a few minutes after a
young physician, whose name is withheld.
came along, cut him' down and resuscitated
him. This morning Wells was seen at the
residence of Judge Boyd, la charge of the
constable, and he looked as though he had
suffered considerably. Ho wanted to make
bond, but (he justice thought it best to have
him. sent to Waoo and jailed until after the
excitement is oyer. The statement that a
physician had cut Wells down, after he was
banged is sold, to be a oanard. He was
banded over to. tho constable after the vigi
lantes had gptjthrough with him.
Dlod, Aged 108 Vnart.
Cincinnati. Nov. U.James Itanlee. aored
108 years, died at the oounty infirmary yes
terday from oxhauation, caused by old age.
Raplee had been an inmate of tho institu
tion since last February, coming from
Spencer township. For eighty-five years hi
Was a 'fisherman. After having baited his
book with exceeding regularity for al
most a century, he has at last been
caught napping, and landed on that shore
from whonce none ever return. The de
ceased was tho fathor of several children,
some of whom are now living at Turkey
Bottom. One child, a daughter aged sixty
eight, is now an inmate of the inflmary.
She is blind. The faiuily are all in destitute
circumstances, and all mourn the loss of one
who bag been for so Ion? a father to them,
Mri Raplee will be burled at Lin wood to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
THE GOVERNMENT TO OWN THEIR
A Duen Different Dills to be Iutrodneed
In Congrats at the Coming; Somlon The
Opposition That They Will Meat With.
New Civil 8ervlea Utulos.
Washington, Nov. 9. A dozen ambi
tious statesmen are coming to tho capltol
with bills for the construction, of govern
ment telegraph lines. Those systems of
postal telegraphs have been so successful in
all the European countries where thoy have
been tri d that tho argument in favor of
the b Its will be very strong. Of course-with
so much larger a country and population
less dense, the establishment of a system of
telegraphs hore by the gpvernmeut would
be in the imturo of experiment.
The geuornl idea, howover, is that the
mail and telegraph might bo socombinod
that teiurams to or from points not actu
ally reuehe I by tho wires could be trans
ferred by mail for the intervening dibtunce
between telegruph station and the point of
origin or domination. Tho strong ilht that
will bo made Against the sytem, however,
will be in tho fuct that it would add many
thousands to the list of government om
ployo.s, uud bring up the army of office
holders to two hundred thousand or remaps
a quarter of a million, giving the party in
power a tremendous loverugo in a political
It seems quite probable that when the ad
vocates of the scheme come to talk it over
they may bo able to content themselves with
some kind of au interstate bill for control
of the present systems, something on the
interstate commerce bill plan.
New Civil Soiv.co Union.
Washino on, Nov. 1). The civil service
commission has nearly completed a very
radical revision and systematic re-arrangu
tnunt of its rules., and when they are approved
by the president tuey will be promulgated.
Amoiig the changes made aro the ubohtlun
of tne forty-five-year ago limit, which now
applies to certain classes of public em
ployes, and a circumscribing of tho number
of pi (ico s that are excepted by the present
rules from the competition system.
They Found tlio L. ak.
Tiffin, O., Nov. 9. Just before noonyos
tenlu Contractor Welsh, City Solicitor
H. C. Keppel and Jeremiah Rex were in the
small house built over the Powell gas well,
discussing about wnere a leakage was in the
packing or valves. TbougntldSoly Mr. Kep
pel lighted a match to see where the leak
was. In an in6tant there was an explosion;
the whole interior of the building was a
sheet of fl tines, and the three men were
bodiy burned. Mr. Kepptd was the most
severely iiurnod. HU face aud hands were
one muss of blisters, most of the skin being
burned olf and the burned flesh exposed.
His hair, eyebrows aud whiskors were
singed off, and bis injuries. will probably
disfigure him for life. Mr. Wolsh, who
lives at Fiudlny, was also burned on the
face, head and hands. Mr. Rex was
burned on the face, and several bystanders
were also badly burned.
A Hoy Shot.
OWENBBdno, Ky., Nov. 9. -.James Griffin,
a man aoout forty years old, became en
raged at Cnarles Cross, the thirteon-yoar-old
son of Willis Cross, on account of a diffi
culty Cross hod had with one of Griffin's
sons' of about 'the same age, and
seizing a double-barreled 'shotgun fired a
heavy load into the boy's breast and right
arm. One of the shot struck the boy' in the
face, and it is prohable that this wound will
prove fatal. The other wounds are not dan
gerous. After the shooMng Griffin escaped
to tho woods, setting them on fire' behind
him. A posse went out from this city to
search for him, but found it impossible to
do on account of lire.
Plenty Gooso Takes the War Path.
Cnow AoKNcr, Mont., Nov. 9. At Issue
yesterday there were about 1,600 Indiana.
Black Huwk and IOC people, including
'twenty-five warriors, have escaped from
the camp and are still out Plenty Goose,
w)th -iOti people, is expected soon. Capt.
Hoylan's troop of the Seventh cavalry and
'Capt. Dilnmick's troop of the Ninth are
in pursuit of the fleeing Indians. Tne rumor
of an engagement at Reno Creek proves to
be false. Deaf Bull, who escaped wlh the
nutans, nas surrendered with his lollOwing.
Two Whistle 'was wounded in the breast
and arm. He has been operated ujton 'and
Caught Uy a Illaat.
StiAWHEX, O., Nov. 9. Last evening a
miner named William Powell, working at
Upson's mine, met with a serious accident.
Be bad lit a squib to fire a sho't, and after
waiting abopt ' ten minutes for it' to dis
charge, went in to see the cause, when the
cbargo exploded, completely covering him
with coaL Assistance was. called and be
was removed to his home, where ho is being
attended by doctors. It k thought that
although his injuries are serious they art
XjMt Train Wreolcer Case Dismissed.
Skdalia, Mb., Nov. 9. Judge John ,K.
Ryland, of Lexington, opened the Novem
ber terrp of the criminal court in this city
yesterday. Frojocutlrig Attorney Lamm
caused a sensation In the court room after
the judge had delivered bis charge to 'the
grand jury by staling that he desired to dis
miss the case against "Fred Page, indicted
eighteen months kgo for train wrecking.
Thii is the last of the famous train wreaking
cises gro whig out of tha grea'. South western
October Fire lleoord.
New Youk, Nov. 9. The Daily Commer
cial Bulletin's fire record for October shows
the loads in tne Un.ted States and
Canada to be f9,?o9,25, against a loss
of ll3,0oo,U00 in October, 18h8. and $3,730,.
000 in October, 1885. The total for the first
ten months of the current year foot up
U03,W,3i', against 93,400,000 for tho cor.
VMtwitbiiair rwrfhd of IbSft.
Six Killed In a Tunnel.
Coshocton, o., 'Nor, 9, The tunnel of
the Dresden branph. of ,ho C, A. & C rail- ,
road twelve miles, east of here is reported
to have caved in last mgnt. Six mon were
killed and several wounded.
AN INDIAN WAR.
Bat a Few Short Uoars Until tha Bed
'Matt U ifxurtalnated. r '"'"
Vinita. L T Nov. 9. The 'greatest ex
citement prevails throughout the Cherokee
nation. It is only a question of a few hours'
when the Cherokee will 'be pitted against
his brother in a fight that will Uo short lift'
destructive to tho Indian of this nation, ejfil '
of which will no doubt result in the opening
up of this beautiful country to the settle
ment of the whites and the extermination bV
the red men. The trouble bos boon brewing;
for the last five months over the election of
a chief. At the council yesterday Chief
Bushyhead's torra as chief oxpired. The
new council not being organized, L. W.
Bell became chief by virtue of being presi
dent of the sonato, thus throwing for tbs
time being, tto government into tho hands
of the Downing purty. y
The srowds tuut begnn to surround tha
council chamber at 9 o'clock kept growing
larger and in tho ovoning hundreds of ex
cited Indians were wutching tbo proceedings
of their representatives, ready at any tno
nienc to eniuo in a fight. The whisky
peddier is on the ground. If this is not
dispensed with trouble will surely ensue.
The council adjmrnod without accomplish
ing anything, both sides being detortnin'xl
that their candidate for chief should be
seated. Great crowds are tiring into
Tahlequah from the country helping to swell
the euruzod populace. If the whisky con be
kept from the cro 1 ordor will prevail, but
if tbo Indians aro allowed to get it no power
can prevent a bloody coufi.ct.
A Sensational 'Arrest.
Slatington, Poun., Nov. 0. A sensa
tional arrest was mado at the United States
here on Saturday by policemen from Allen
towii. Thoy1 fo'uud'pretty Mrs. Brioknerj'a
young Brooklyn woman, and'her paramour,
Herman Bach, occupying the same room.
Ten days ago the husband of the young
woman, Joseph Brickner, met 'a violent
death in' Allehtown. On October 7 his dead
body was found in bis room and his wife
testified that he had committed suicide. His
throat aud wrists were badly slashed with
a razor. The neighbors testified that Briok
ner and his wife quarreled frequently. Tho
coroner's jury rendered a verdict of suicide,
but the pouuj now claim to have evidence
which goos to show that Bach aud 'Mrs.
Brickner murdered the decoasod. Th
widow and Biou wore taken to Allentown
jail. It is learned thai they wore to be
married yesterday. ESch says he was hore
on the nigut of the tragedy, and not in Al
lentown, and Hheii asked about the wedding
be replied: "Tell Annie not to talk too
Monti'uuek, Ind, Niv. 9. About 100 of
our oitlzjns Kiuliered yesterday to witdoss a
novel rat hunt. The placo selected was an
old house ou the bank of the river at the
foot of High street. Six ferrets and three
Scotch terriers had been procured for the
occasion, and it was evideut that if the rat
Bupply was sufficient there would be some
lively sport. The ferrets wore let loose and
in a few minutes the fun began. First an
an old gray beard came out as if shot from
a gun. One of the terriers nabbed him,
gave one vicious shake and his doad
body was thrown into the box. Then the
rats began to pour out in streams. The lit
tle terriers stationed themselves, and as the
rats came 6ut in an effort to escape the
blood-thirsty ferrets the turners pounced
upon and killed them. TnJ sport' lasted
about two hours, and the box contained 115
dead rats. '
Kouta Disaster Investigation.
Valparaiso, Ind, Nov. 9. The grand
jury in Valparaiso yesterday completed1 its
Investigation of the Kouts railroad. horrbfc
The investigation has boen thorough, every
available witness who itWas supposed could
give any information' on 'the'subject having
been summoned. Though the grand jury
report is not yet inade public, it issaid two
Indictment have been foudd LaWyera'ate
of the opinion 'that a prosecution will " b
fruitless. Indiana 'legislators have long;
since abolished tUe common law in all crim
inal coses, substituting special stat
utes. Tuero is no statute bearing directly
on crluThml carelessness; bonce the proba
bility of the indicted men escaping punish
Another Name for "iilluky" Morgan.
Cleveland, O., Nov. 9. Samuel Phelps
Iceland, of Cnicago, the well known lec
turer, visited the court room at Ravenna
tho other day,whon "Blinky'' Morgan was
on trial, and recognized the prisoner as
Reuben Hazeltine, with whom he (Laland)
bad boen acquainted when both were boys
In Iowa. Lelaud says tho boy's father was
twice married, Uud that after the second
union the von foil away from what had pre-,
Viousiy been au honorable life.
U!g irtro In .Kvansvllle, Indiana.
EVANSVILLI. Ind.. Nov. 9. A lojva fire
broke out in the Masonio building at l:l&
'tbia'uibrtlfng. The Whole fire dopartiriedt.
was summoned, and the mon worked hard
to prevent the flames from' spreading.
Several d welllugs bn" Second street and tW
on, Vine street were burned to the ground.
The Masomo and Akin blocks adjoining, bo
cupiod' by. wholesale grooors, druggists and
saddlers, sustain heavy losses. Tha total
loss U estimated at 1350,000.
Uolng tu Miriuiuirnaui.
Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 0, The A0?
ah 'Snipping and Industrial League began
its BcSiion bei o. There is a good attendance
and it is" thought that quito si numbor"'6f
citizens fr6m tt n'orfhorn states 'will' taka
" advantage of the low railroad rates and at
tend, as the Queen & Crescent is 'making' a
rate of ono fare for the round trip. The
Iron and steel city, Bessemer, will be visited
In abody. ' '
Hamilton, One, Nov. 9,Tho schooner
Bessie Berwick, wheat lad'on, from Port
Arthur for Kingston, is a week oyorduo'k
Bault Ste. Marie,' and it is believed sbdbas
gone down with all bands. Capt Thdmaa
Murphy and O. Gallagher, Thomas Galla
gher and C Do.cey, soatnen, all of SC Cath
arines were among tho crew, 'lhi vessel is
owned by R, O. McKay, of this city.
A 830,000 HlazB.
Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 0. Fire at Mur.
freesboro destroyed tho business houses of
H. U. -Kerr,' hardware; ' Toaao Rosen held
Win, F. Liosman, M. Nathan & Co., and J,
Blumenthal, all dry goods, several othet
houses damaged. Loss, $30,1)00; fully la