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ENGLAND . FAM.0U9 DETECTIVE
" ' ApNCy A FARCE.
fiw1nl.r.,nll Dynamiters Oper.t-
lBK(WUhlii Jatn Bight of tlia Scotland
VartLianrt .the F.woui milUh Dates-
ttyejOth Foreign Dispatches,
Xfciuxm, Nor. lV.-8ootland Yard ha.
lejg.beenjfamout as a detective agency, but
SeTf "Scotland Yard detectives are
ln.th former prestige and aro appar-
r r: ' , , , ., , i li A OQiWJQ press anu ow lwiius ui cutvuu
gaining for themselves an unenviable at Greavlj, Tox Lo,, J05O.OOO.
EW?- f . "'"J"" ,huBt"V ttrf , JudRO Barrett has refused to retrain the
ttUUuld in derision foi the part they played jjew York club from firing Edward Qeb
during the colouration of. the queen1 jubl- !,
tea last Juua. They fere popularly sup- a dynamiter who had just arrived from
posed at that time to 1 are been groat heroes America has boon arrested at Greouock,
and thb preservers of poaco. "Scotland.
' Vory likely thoy were, but it turns out
pw that they had tbon, as thomsolvea
lece. numlwrs of danzoroui dynamiters
'Within tliofr grasp, whom thoy now chargo
with bolng actively engaged In arranging
the plans of same hideous plot, and whom
(or soma reason only known to thaimel vos,
-ifcfeso clover dotectlves ollowod to go noma
'testod. And as for their last clumiy efforts
,'in attempting to unearth a nest of dynainl
'tars, and to fir the responsibility uppn tho
'Nationalists loaders, people have not ceasod
laughing, nt them yot. And now a still
.further humiliation is adiled to their list.
' Information has loaked out throtigh tho
medium of a provincial paper that tho Scot
land Yards latest ondoavor is tho pursuit of
a band of alleged American bank swindlers.
tor soino time past a series of clever bank
twindlos ha been porpetrated, and appar
ently under tho noses ot tho very detectives
who aro working up the case. Tho band
.smut bo woll organized and possess good
methods for Jtholr depredotions have been
fruitful They havo successfully forged
ehecks on promlnont banks and have secured
in this, way, some large amounts,- but tho
favorite ..method of tho jo robbers appears
to bo ralsjiig.llie.flguroj ion the'ehdeks .they
present f inpayment.
The imoat robonl bold attempt of these
operator was tojdefraud a leading bank of
tboputnof $0Q0. This they accomplished
by raising a ehook, and .despite the "vigi
lance" of th$ detectivos, -succeeded in so
enring the cash. Tbe funny part of it all is
that those operations are bjing carried
within plojn slghtof the Scstliiud yard men
but they scorn to lack tho detective efficiency
and sharpness requtsilo for such bhrewdnesa
as that exhibited.
Glasgow. Nov. da An intermediate
passengor of tho staamship 8tate of Indiana,
whjch arrived haro yesterday, was arrested
at Greenock, charged with being a dyna
miter. His name is Charles Cowatsch,
alias Ranover. Ho had in his possession
four dynamite cartidges, each measuring
seven inches in longth by one inch in diam
eter, also n gutta percha
inches long with copper
Oowatsoh refused to answer any questions
and was held.
Special KiiToy to the Pope.
London, Nov. 10. Tho queen has ap
pointed the duke of Norfolk as special envoy
to convoy hor thanks to Pope Leo for send
ing Mgr. Scilla to reorosent him on the oc
casion of tho queen's jubiloee celebration.
The duko will start for Rome early in De
camber. . CINCINNATI CENTENNIAL.
Arrangement 'for the Oraat Exposition
Fairly Under War.
Cincinnati, Nov. id. So far everything
Is progressing favorably for tha great Cin
cinnati exposition of next year. All the de
partments aro very busy. Both the Wash
ington park and Canal buildings were put
ndr way last week; all the objections to !
the removal of trees, otc, have been ami
The' printing department, with business
effleo in Mechanics' building, and job rooms
located in the government building, is doing
aarge amount of work, and sending out
immense quantities of printed matter.
The department of horticulture proposes
to give tho finest display ever made in Cin
cinnati. Chairman Kerper, of the department of
anisic, is doing bis best' fco havo one of the
grandest musical treaU ever known before
LT'C Goodale, chairman of the depart
ment of the states, is making efforts to havo
all tlw honory members, sixty in number,
froni'Wisconiin, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana,
KcjjTts ky, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, West
Virginia and Ohio, actively participate.
AHthe governors of tha states above men
sicmed'have been made honorary commis
rioner. Leon Van Loo and C. C. Waite go east
tMflweek in the Interest of the art commit
tee) to visit Washington, Philadelphia, New
York and Boston.
, AVtbe meeting Saturday Treasurer Kuhn,
Secretary Esholby and Assistant .Secretary
Gr?JSg'ave, bonds, in ilOO.OdO, 'J5,QQP and
5,0 respectively, Applications for priv
UegeIad, space aro pouring-iu by evwy
mall, and the prospects for the ooming cea
. tennial are very bright
Col M. L. Hawkins is having four large
centennial signs put up on the Mechanics'
Institute building at Sixth and Vine, cover
tsg"all the ' space between the windows on
fcc floor occupied by the centennial com
misslonera The lttohoit In the World.
PnEsooTT, Ariz., Nov. 10 Private advices'-
go to show that tha reoently discov
ered gold mine, ten miles from here on the
H&ssayampa river, is richer by far than
any thing over discovered in the world. The
ore averages $1,000 per ton, and thousands
of tons are in sight. Two men with a com
mon mortar pounded out $900 in leu than
an hour. The gold clings to the rock in the
purest scales. A man with a kuife can scale
a handful in a few minutes. There is overy
Indication of the ledge containing fabulous
wealth. This rivor has produced millions
in years past in plnoer raining, and on one
occasion a pocket was found which ylolded
$100,000 in a few weeks. People are flock
ing there in great numbers.
A Bone and Danca Girl Killed.
DiNVKii, Col., Nov. 16. At if o'clock
last night, Charles Henry, aged nineteen,
hot and killed Eflla Moore, a song and
dance girl at the Palaoe variety theatre.
The affair occurod .In a box which thoy occu
pied. Four shots wore hoard and a rush
was made for tho box. Henry was found
coolly placing tho pistol in his pocket Miss
Mooro was seventeen years old and unusu
ally beautiful Sbo had refused to marry
Henry, and jealously and his anger to flro
the fatal shot.
ToplM r the Tlmao Given la a Terse an4
Cholera baa reappeared at Messlnn. s
Bank of Lakln, Kan., ku "busted. "
Rente In Ltmerlok,. Mto been reduced )
r. . . .,. f.
Qf porto Rloa
JudRe jMelvln T. Lowry .died at Nicholas-
vllle, Kjr.j aged sixty year.
'ieuiy-rour rnuaoeipnia snoo wcwn"
u oporwion. pT.
J Town jf . HtlU. Kaa. traa.noarly
trovod by Ore Sunday night
Commissioner of Ponslons( Black
ul-'tondorol a rocoptiou by the G. A,
James nnd John Hurley, oged olevon and
nine respectively, woro killed by a fulling
Pittsburg Prosbytorinn preachers de
nounced Sunday nowspapors, and will ask
tho authorities to suppress street sales
Angus McLink, hotel koopor at Shelton,
IV. T., sot Hro to his hotel and calmly
watched his guosti escape 0 to man was
burned to death. McLrine was arrosled.
rorolminr to lleamiin Voters.
CuiCAOo, Nov. 1J. Tho Canadian-Americans
will hold n mjetln? at ths Grand
Pacific to consider tho report of tho commit
too appointed to draft a platform of princi
ples for the government of the organ zation.
The purpoio of thM association is in ajt
spects similar to that of tho BritUh-Ameri-
can soolety, rocontly organized in this city,
'that is, to promoto the naturalization of
thoir fellow countrymen as American citi
zens who are residents of Illinois. All told
it Is bolloved there are nearly thirty thou
sand British nnd Canadian residents in tho
city of Chicago alono, who have never for
sworn thoir allegiance to Queen Victoria.
It has occurred to some of the great politi
cal leaders tha. thU immense' vote would
count of some importance before tho end of
the next presidential campaign.
Celebrating; Ula Centennial.
Port- HunoN. Mick. Nov. VI. Judge Z.
W. Bunco roached the age of ono hundred
years yesterday, and was tenderel a recep
tion by the leading towns-peoplo. He wan
born in Hartford, Conn. His family wero
the owners of tho farm on which stood the
famous Charter Oak. His father was a pri
vate in the revolution and was ono of the
wealth? men in the early days of tho coun
try. Judge Bunco was a moiaber of the
territorial legis ature from ISJl to 18'Jt, and
judge of the circuit court from 1831 to 1819.
His mind is cloar and active and his muscles
as strone and firm as most men of sixty
years. Judge Bunco wes not at any time a
total abstainer nnd loves a pipe as woll to
day as he did fifty years aeo.
To l'rotoot Themselves.
New Yonic, Nov. 10 Articles for tho
incorporation of "Tho Dry Goods Credit,
Guaran y and Indemnity company," with
a capital of one million dollars, have boon
filed with the insuranue department of this
state. The rurpose of the company is to
protect merchants and manufacturers
against any loss from debts owed them by
customers. Tho company will protect it
self by obtaining from the persons desiring
credit such surety as it can, eithor by mort
gage on real estate or personal property or
the deposit of other security. This com
pany is said to be the first of its kind organ
ised in the world.
Wabhinoton, Nov. 10. Indications
81Ightly warmer, fair weather, light to
fresh westerly winds, becoming variable!
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Quotations of tha Money, Stoek.Trodaee
nil Cattle Market for Nor. 15.
Nhw VrtnK Money i'4 per cent. Ex
change utoady. Oovernmente, steady
Currency Mree. 123 bid; four coupons, 120J&
Tho stock market opened week and fract
ionally low, tho result of acme ordero to cell
from London, but after the first few transact
ions on m mo very good buying supposed to be
for tho a count of some of tho lnrgor opera
tore on the nhort side, there wan a eharp rally
nnd tl e decline woe not only recovered, but
still higher prices recorded. At 11 o'clock the
wlvanoa rangwl from J4 to 1?4 per cent. In the
hour to noon u Part of this was lost At tho
pn ent writing the market is strong at the top
Uur& Qulnov 1"0
Central I'aoiuo.... M
CO., O. & I M
Dol& Hudson 1U3
Del, Lock &W....1.BM
KnnHiiH& Texas... 10
I.ike Shore P5TfS
LoaUville&Nash. til Hi
Mloh Central.... PI
Missouri Puclflo. MU
N.Y. Central.... 103H
North western... lllJi
do preferred. 13
Ohio Miss 21
Paoiflo Mail 3itU
St Paul 75M
Weatorn Union.. 709
FLOUR Fancy, $3 W&1 70; family, $3 103
WHBAT No 3 red, rJ37Sr. No 9.. 70770.
CORN Ntl 3 mixed, aAMtc; No 8 mixed,
QATSr-NQ 3 mixed, 2'Oilc; No 8 mixed.
2S&29 -if. No 3 white. a) ifs.
PORiv-Kamily, 5U uxaL) 12tf regular,
POULTRY Commons ch'ckens, $3 00a3 05
per dozen: fair to prime, $3 60 iW ft.
WOOL UnwuBbwl tine merino, 17l8o; ono
fourth blood combing, 2)Qic;.medlum do
lulno and clothing. Zi&U:; bruid, 18 10c;
modlmn comblnij. 2 tJi'Jlo; fleece washed fine
tnnrlno X and XX, 20373; medium clothing,
mtj: dnluine rteoco. 8'H.
liAY No 1 timothy, $13 m?jn CO; No '8,
$11 &f)l2 W; mixed, SlU 00U 0, prairie,
8 ftXijM 00; wheat, oats and rye straw, Jl Wtt
CATTLE Oood to choice butohors, $3 00
8 7 fair, $1,00$ J 75; cownvt. l 0ai 76;
stookors and feeder)), $3 5i33 03; yearllng-t
and calves. i U0a3 00. , ,
llOQS Select butclie , St 0035 0. fair to
good ivicklng, $ 70$l 0J: fair td good light,
2tfH 60; common, 3 0031 20; ouUs, S 763
SHEEP Common to fair, 3 5"31 15; gool
to choice, S3 233) 75; common to fair lambs,
$3 &31 Oi; Kood to onoloe, $1 2331 73.
CATTLE Active, pri ne to extra, $i 5' t 75t
fair to good, $7 73(44 23; nummoii, $) 263-i 00;
feeders, $- 1003 t, utockers, $2 73-1 Jtf; ro
celpU, Vb.: shipments, 1,140.
ceipu, anx suipmenia, j,iu.
llOOS Fr.n: receipts,
0,f.UJ-, Phllodelphtos. J3 002-5 1
a"c: common to fair, 4 00
1 1: Yorkow. 4 7.Q
SHEEP Firm: recoiuts. bOO: slilDments
2,4il0; prime, $4 1031 3) fair to-good, SJ 603
3 75; common, $1 uuB OX
WHEAT No 1 state red, 80331c; No 3 rod,
winter, 85 jc; DoccinberJ M(io.
CORN Sllxed, 5Uc: December. 65Mo.
OATS No 1 white state, UOc; No 2, 35333a.
OATl'LE 13 6J(333 per 1U0 lbs, livs
WHl)OS-5 ,i35 lOporlOOlbs.
SHEE1'-S3 7u3t per 100 lbs, live woiaht.
IIh superior exielli-nco piovon In millions
of homo- loriiiorcllinnnqunitfrofHcentuiy.
It is Uheo" bj t'ie United bintev tiovftnmetit.
rndmtcd bv holicndinl Ihegreil Universi
ties ih IliPSlronc 8t, I'urCHi nnd mont Ilenllli
tul. D-. I'li'-e's tho mil v Bnklnu I'owcler that
doH not riininlii Aiiimouia, Llmu or Alum.
Hold only In cutis.
PK1CE U A KINO POWDER CO.
New York, Chicago, 8t. Louis.
Joy fill tidings to tho thousands: I
tho Mammoth Furniture Storo of
HEHBY OUT oilers a largo stocic or
Bran now utyios, at pneos on
Latost Stylos of Parlor Work, Fold
ing Bed Lounges and Bods, Sido
boards, Bookcases, Wardrobes and
all other articles in tho lino of
that will make it interestiag to buy
ers. Our trade is increasing, and
to mako it boom, wo havo xnado pri
ces to suit tho times. We carry a
largo stock, and aro tho drivers of
low cash prices Come and soo; we
will treat you right. Bemombor,
square dealing at
THE HENRY ORT
Gibse Our House
Bargains in every depart
ment until that time. Every
body invited to call.
J W. W. HOLTON.
SOBRIKS A SOU, .
GUN AND LOCKSMITHS,
Repair Guns, Pistols, Loctt. Ac Ppclal at
lentlon pa.d lo repaint) Sewing Machines.
Office aud bbnp on Eaot Becm.d street.
LOUISVILLE COTTON and GRAIN EXCHANGE!
Chicago Markets received every ten mln
tUs. Orders tkketi for 1,000 bushels and np-
rds, Offloe: Cooper's building Beoond BL
d FU M
During tha whole of lost week wo advertised in extra largo epaco, for tho bene
fit of tho peopie.'tfi? cxlrtmtly low prices at which wo are soiling our goods. ,
We aro convinced tliut the public appreciited tho bargxins we offered, for onr.
stores wero thronged and crowded during tho entire week, and tho people found
that wo had in stock everything exactly as advertised and all rich or poor received
the eamo courteous trentment, and lnfr, honest deuling.
We shall, for tbo next few weeks, continue- this great sacrifice sale, because our
stock is too large. Wo have too many goods and wo need money.
Then, again, we are dnily receiving invoices of Christmas Goods, somq right
new Novel'ies in BiFquo Figure?, Fancy Plush Boxes, &c, &c , Ac. Now wo must
make room for tliepc, and therefore this great .sacrifice salo will bo continued for n
few weeks more. Come nt once nnd look for yourpelves
Wo have made an espccinl big cut in prices of Clonks and Jacketfl. Our $3 50
Jncket marked down to $215; our $5 Jacket to 53.75; Children's Cloaks from 50,
cents up. Whoever needs anything in
Dry Goods and ITotions,
shouitUcall on us, as wo will guaran'co to save von 50 per cent, on anything you
want to purchase, and surely in times'liko these it is desirable to save money.
I REMEMBER wo refund the money on anything returned to us proving
I ROSENAU BROS.,
Proprietors Beo Hive, Sutton St., two Doors below Second.
ft JM P 1H in" ot newly-bought rooiIh, which 1 am oflerlng
sWM 1 mj Ksa i f n voy cheap locnHh buyers. I liuveaKpIeudld stock;
Vsl f v WtstwC ol Dew OresHUoodsaiidTrlmmluiss. IliHVeaiHona
T Immense stock ol Jenn. Flannels. Ulnnkets, Hlnrt-
1ns. Cramnw, Blench and Brown Muslin, Cauion Flannels, Ticking, Towels, Tublo Llnous,
Ntipklns, Undeiwer. Bluclcaiid Colored Cn'-limcro Bhawlsnnd the most complete slock of
Ho-lery lor Ladles, Misses, and Children to be found In tbo city. I am d-lertulriod to nave
a hlg trade this Full, and havo put aueh a ttmall ma gin on the original cost of tho goods that;
lam Mure to attract your attention aud securo your trade. I havo added to my stocK a new
Hue of Carpets, which I am selling at a very close price.
Cloaks and "Wraps.
Have test opened up ny Hue of Ladles', Misses' and Children's Cloaks, Short Wraps and
Jackeis. Don't buy until yon havo examined my Hue ol these goods. ,
A beautiful line of 11 tie, Plush Gnrments,
You art respectfully luvlied to visit my store and see the bargains. 1 can offer yon. IsIirQ
bepleuocd to liveyou call, whether you desire to purebnboor not, as It Is a pleasure for un
to Hhi.w i he beautiful eoodH now In stock.
nV . 33. WOjEC.3Xj.
9Ono door below the Posiofllce.
t-HERMANN LANGE, The Jeweler,
has au elegant stock of Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry,- Silver
ware, Clocks, Spectacles, Gold Pens, Opera Glasses, etc. 17
Arcade, Cincinnati, Ohio.
I have opened a Grocery en Second street,
one door below ibe opera bouse, where I will
constantly keep a full line of Groceries of the
very-best quality, and sell them at the LOW
NEW AND FRESH,
and full weights given In all cams. I invite
Kverybody to give mea call and novo money.
WI will pay trio highest market price lor
Butter. Egkts, Vegetables, Ac, either in cash
or trade. .Don't fall to call.
JelWm O. A. MoOARTHEY.
W. L. DOUGLAS
The only 83 SEAMLESS
Enoo in tne worm.
Finest Call1, perfect fit, and
and Laos, all styles toe. As
stylish sort durable as
luoeo coiumc a or
W. . DOOGIAS
Uib $3 Shoe adrer
used bj outer
w '&- m
mm4 m tt Mk 8kl
Boy all wear the W. t. DOUGLAS 83 SHOE.
It yoqr dealer does not kpon themiWnd your nam on
poiui to w. i oouG-AsTbrocktoB mu.
For Hale by A. M. RUGKRB,1 Beoond Htree
BAKEE AND 00NFE0TI0NEB.
Ice Cream and Bod a Water a specialty.
Fresh Bread and Cakes made dally and de
livered to any part of the city. Parties' and
weddinga furnished on short notice. No. 16
T AW OABB,
J. II. 8ALI.XK, Commonwealth's Att'y.
C. L. Hallkb, Notary Public
S ALLEE & S ALLEE,
Attorneys and Connrelors at Law,
will attend to collections and a general law
practice in civil cases In Mason and adjoining
counties. Fire Insurance aud Real Kstato
Agents. All letters answered promp ly. Of
fice: No. 12 Court street, Maysviue. Ky.
KENTUCKY i TELEPHONE i COMPANY
Has connection with tha following places
MnyBvill. lielFBB, U Olivet,
Offlco In Mnysvllle-W. W. Ilolton's Dry
Goods Btore, No, 0 Kast Becond street.
. IsllflW.laW- .n.Tr
T-2P TC ? i!m5
SaWSljWwa,fp ""M fBWff
G. S. HANCOCK,
No. 49 Market street, Maysville, Ky., for goo4
Groceries and Produce,
and everything uBually kept In a first-daw
retail grocery. Cash or trade (or produce.
Wflonest weight and square dealing.
Gas and Steam Fitter.
W Orders promptly attended to. No. at
Bacond street. marlfl '
KIRK & SHAFER.
New Meat Btore, at No. 77 East Becond
street, near Yanoey Alexander's livery sta
ble. Choice fresh meats constantly on hand
at mwrket prices. - Your patronage Is s olio
-jlTISS ANNA M. FSAZAR,
87 Second street, dealer In
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, MILLINERY,.
School BuppJIes, etc Call and examine my
new line ot Fall and Winter Goods.
6AS STEAM FITTER
Onrley's new system of House 'Drainage kd0
Ventilation. Bath rooms fitted up with hot
and cold water a specialty. Also a large
Iron, Lead and Stone Pipe,
Globe, Angle and Check Valves, water and
ateam Ganges, Force and Lift Pumps, Rub
ber Hose Chandeliers, Brackets and Globes,
Personal attention given to all work and sat.
Ufactlou guaranteed. T.J.CDRLBY,
tocoud street, above Market, opposite Omw
ndson '.;&)(, By Ofdly
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