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KEWS roimsiOT GTOtf.
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Btoiakaawla,- the Valaad Berries at
Mm ta4 Ltid Comtalssloasr, Mal'K-.
(Mia tKaprM Oplalaa a tfca
Mrttrii) jUcaai Ceatrwirarsr.
WABHfKOTOif, Nor. 19. The president's
accepting (he resignation of Gen.
I.wm ra&da public to-dav, and If m
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"KckuJVUUoi&JL, J. Bparka;
"Mt'Dkar Hia I have rsad your letter
f redgnatin&O with mo t9la3r. " J0
Vs-pto T His TiMiK" W.
SMfmror WlllUm took ride Wadset-
iiay. ' :
Kaiioaal Graag U mealing at Law lag,
Mick -" - ''.,.'
M, Kasoaa, Fraack nainlter of justloa,
J"sJbia .!'.,;. '
FeaWen prrtou war killed by aa explo-
tea in ' Grmaaiaa Wednaeda jr.
Joseph M. Tbdraasa, missing from' bis
home. Cincinnati, ilnca last Fourth of July,
Isaac Siokls, Hw York laca dealsr, has
assigned: liabilities aad assets about $100,-
Erie, (Pa) Rubber company's works wera
destroyed by flro Wadnaeday; loss, 970,000;
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Will, on January '31, 18t8, present to, spjnono of his customers a pair of Elegant Sol
itaire Diamond Eardrop 'worth
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W. A. J.
0av that my Impnmtons toucbiaz ths
legal quutiona iavolvod iuuline mo to reply
ail naturally would do even if I hid Botm
pipsaloni of my own upon tha judgment of
tho secretary. It prjuti a case f inter
pretation wh two perfectly honest men
JT Vftsll ditter. 4The interest you haro
thown in the operations of the land depart
sBent, and your eonlous endeavor to save
ad, protect the publio lands of settlors in
jjood faith, Induce mo to believe that you
will be pleased to receive the assuranco that
this policy ujjoa which w aro tll agreed,
will corittouiioi h steadfastly puriuod,
Amited iad ttfatrdlled, hoWVer.jbytha'law
and the Jttg'Meni of the oourta, 'by wbtoh
we may a at times unwillingly restrained,
feat which wo cannot and ought not to re
sist f r '- i " " -j k
"I desire ti beartlfy acknowledge the
Talue of your sorvioes in the improved
admiiiUtratioa of the land department
which has boen reached, and to assure you
f ray approoiation of tho rugged and un
yielding integrity which has characterized
jour official conduct I am constrained to
aooept the resignation which you tender
with assurances of tar continued kindly
fooling toward you and with the earnest
wish that wherever your future way of life
nay lead, complete success and satisfaction
nay "awaity you. Tnanking you for the
vJeasing and complimentary expressions
with whloh you close your lot tor, I am
yours very truly,
"GnovKK Cleveland. H
Washington, Nov. 13. Tho annual re
port of Commodore Walker, chief of tho
naval bureu of navigation, urgos tho great
importance of a naval reserve, recommends
an increase in the number of branch hydro- '
fraphio office, and suggests tho employ
ment of a voj-iol in destroying wrecks and
other obstructions to navigation.
CRIES OF FiRE.
Almost a Panic: In a Chicago Hotal Othtr
' '" w ' "Flro IxMwes,
'CmoAOo, Nov. lfl. Ovor on hundred
guasts occupying the six floors of the Sara
toga European hotel, Noa. 167 and 150
Dearborn street, were aroused from their
beds shortly before 2 o'clock this morning,
by tha ringing of the eleotrio Are alarm
balls in their rooms. Smoks was pouring
through the halls and creoping in at the
transom. Cries of 'Are"' were beard on
srery lauding and an indescribable panto,
usual' Few stopped to secure their. olotb
iajj 'or' Valuables. Women and men ilad
Uoroogh the halls, down the stairway and
est into the street, clad in their night
clothes. The clatUrlng of the fire anginas
aiosed'ths occupants of the Windsor hotel,
tko,IJeunett and Af ton houses and other
lodging bouses in the neighborhood. The
azsltement becams intense. - -
Harry Hammond, the night clerk of the
bote! descended from the sixth story by the
Crajescapa. The other, inmates tumbled
ovij each r other down the stairs in their
karryko escape. By the time everybody
bad fted from tha hotels named, it was dis
ovared'tbat while a Vigorous Ore was rag
lag there bad beo?i no particular danger to
ha guests even of the hostolery where tho
bUsa originatad. The' flames started in the
kitchen and wero subdued after damage of
about $15,000 had. boon dono.
jiVssarad to tha Water Edge.
MABQUTtrTE, Hioh., Nov, 18. Tho steamer
Arisoaaof the Lake Superior Transit lin,
waVburned. to the water's odgo. this raprn
uig.fiho left here last night, but on aocount
af ajfeayy sea turned back. While still five
aoilaToutv a tank of acid on board begaa
leakiag-ahd aat-tbe boat oa lira. , The orew
stoodi, by- their positions wtytil she rpunded
the breakwater,' when they jumped-off. -Tha
tir department was called out but they
could not save the vessel The Arizona,
which was on the last trip for the season,
was valued at 1 100, 000.
' Be Got llevenga-
Panax, Dak., Nov. 18. Nearly all tha
agency buildings at Fort Bennett, in tho
. Cheyenne Indian agenoy, burned yesterday
A large portion of the annuity goods were
assumed, besides 150 tons of cpal, the
ageiioy 'agricultural implements and nine
horses The loss is estimated at $75,000. Au
Indian, Jumping Dog, started ths Are to get
ravenge for having boon oonflnsd in the
guardhouse a few days. He has fled from
Kxiciuui'u aci-o. mo Uorder.
BaXJLt Btk. Marik, Mich., Nor. J8. Tha
branoh Central bank, of Bault Ste. Maria.
Ont, olosed its doors yesterday ra6rnlug on
rdar Of tho Central office in Toronto. Tnsre
was no intimation in Bault Ste. Maris of
trouble until anotioe appeared announcing
the suspension. Great excitement prevailed,
many business men losing deposits, from '
1,000 to $.,00a A telegram from Toronto,
to tba board of trade says tho currency will
txi redeomad. Toward evening a fooling of .
onfiUence was geueraL Tuesday a large
amount of small Central bank bills war
paid to workmen, on learning of thesutpon-
ton, were wild, rofuied to work, and caused
axcitoment in the street This was easily
quellad and quiet prevails.
Karty BUoted School Trastaa.
New Yobk. Nov. ia The board of oda-
aation havo eloctod Miss Alice Pine as school
trust) in the Fifteenth ward. Sho is ths
ilr-st woman elected as school trustee "
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A numbered ticket entitling the holder to a chance given for every dollar's worth of goods pur-
joint Irenes o tha National Foder chased $1, odo ticket ; $5, fiv tickets, &c. Should the holder of the lucky ticket prefer to
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tion addressed by considers mora particularly the interests of , have the Diamonds mounted in any other articles of Jewelrvr Lace Pins. Combination RincsL
you to tba secre-. miners. ,..,,, .,, . ,
tarr of the in- The Erie Rubber company's works, at OtUUS, rillS, tJmceietS, OCO., It Will 06 QOne WltllOUt Cfiarge.
irinrarMmniuir. , iB.,muuwiiii wakj iiiou, nus uw
Ing the same. In
the present situa
tion I do not feel
fXl!?d upon to do
trmine the merits
of the controversy
wjjich 1km erUes
beiwetru tho sec
retary and your
self, further than
strayed by Are. Loss. $70,000; insurance,
B. A. L. Thompam Offloo Supply com
pany, stationary, Cnicago, assigns. .Nom
inal oasois $54,710.50', nominal liabilities
rcbibalJ ompbeli, inamber of the Ca
nadian parliament, for Koflt otu.ity, ha
boen unseated because of bribes commuted
by his agents.
The official list shows that (lid tiext Na
tional house of representatives will consist
Of 168 Drfiu icrats, 151) ilepublica.is and four
Two men are under arrest at Chicago for
stealing $l70,0tH) in boourities, 171), irom
the ofllce of Jamea Young, Now York real
Official count of Hamilton county, Ohio,
complete, gives ForaUer a plurality of'
0,70:5, while olher Kepublican p.uraiities
rango from 8.37T to ltt,o.!0.
Coroner's jury in tho collapsed school
house matter in Now York, lay the duaths
of tha seyen men on Father Kernor's Ignor
aooe aud Yiolntipu of building laws,.
Arrow steamship oIQ.-ocj say that the
statements in tho New York Herald that
the company is a fraud emanntod from a
discharged employe and are utterly false.
National Swine Breeders' meeting At Chi
cago elected for presulont D. L. Thomas,
Rushvllle, Iud.; vies president, S. H. Todd;
secretary, P. M. Spritger, BpringQeld, IlL;
treasurer, B. It Moody, Kminenoo, Ky.
During the year ending Juno 30 laic, the
railway mail service handled and delivered
5,oo4,GDO,a75 pieces of ordinary mall mat
ter, besides 16, 762,500 registered pacakages
and Wo, 6 13 through reglatorod pouches.
,A Children Killed by Wolves.
St. Paul, Minn., Nov. IS. It is reported
that two children while returning from
school near Hign Prairie, Rice county, lat
Friday, wero laoicel by wolves and bo
fore as8istanoo oould reach them they were
devoured. A few days beforo a man was
pursued and attacked by wolves in ttie same
vicinity, and it was only after a long light
that ha escaped with bis life.
Crushed to Death.
Strsatoh, III.,-Nov. IB. Eight tons of
coal fell on William Townsley yesterday in
a new shaft at Ripley, crushing him to
death almost instantly. He leaves a wife
and several children destitute. John Reese,
working in a shaft near by, was killed at
almost the same time by a fall of rock,
which broke his neck. Ho was a single
Illowa to Atoma.
El Paso, Tex;, Nov. ia The factory of
the Union Powder company, located about
seven miles from here, was blown to atoms
thhv morning. 8. 8. Carter, of Now York,
president of the company, was so terribly
mangled that he died soon afterwards. A
man naniod Gulick was fatally injured.
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WASntNOTON, Nov. ia Indications
Fair weather, fresh to brisk westerly winds,
colder, followed by slowly rising tempera
ture. FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Quotations of tba'Munor Steak, Prodaea
and Catlla Market for. Nor. 17.
Naw Youk Monny 4 per cant Ex
chango steady. GoVernineuts steady.
Currency bIxoh. 131X bid;. four coupon, 1H;
four-and-a-half, 10 old. . v
The Htock market opeued irreirnlar. Some
stocks wero HllKhtl)' lower and others showed
fractional advaiiCM. After tha Unit call, how
ovor, the market woe quite steadily eupported,
and pricoti advanced up to noon, when thoy
wuro up i to Ui pur cent, as oompared with
last ultfht'tf lltfuriM, Tiio murKut has sinoe
ben dull, but b tea dr.
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During tho whole of Insf week wo advertised in extra largo space, for tfio bene
fit of the people, the extremely low prices Ht which we nre sellintr our goods.
Wo ii ro convinced that tho nuhlii: annreiiited the bargxinB we oflered. for oar
, ftotc3 weie thronged and crode dunnir ihe entire week, and tho people found
that we hail ,in stock everything exactly at advertised and all ricu or poor received
tho Fame courteous treatment, and Itdr, honest dealing.
Wo bIihII, fur the next few weeks, continue this great eacriflco sale, because oak
stock in too luruo. We have too many goods and we need money. '
'I hen, again, we are dafly receiving invoices of Christmas Gooda, Borne right
new Novel ies in Bifqne Finurea, Fancy Flush Boxes, kc, Ac, Ac. Now we must
nmke mom for tbene, and therefore this great sacrifice sale will be continued-for sv
few weeks more. Come atjonco and look or ypurselves i ,
w e liHve made an especial big cut in prTces of Clonks and Jackets. Our $3.50"
Jacktt mnried down to $215; our $5 Jacket to $3.75; Children's Cloaks from 50'
cents up. Whoever needs anything in
lis superior exrellenco proven in mllllonH
ol home- lormorpthanaquniterorHCfiitUiy.
Ilia used by tlie United binies Government.
Kndnit-efl bv he heads of the grout Unlvcral
tles as lhPHlroiiK st, Purest nndmoKt Healih
lul. D Prl.o'sihoiinly Baking PowUerthnt
doex not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum.
Hold only in ciuik.
PHIUE BAKING POWDER CO.
New York, .Chicago, Bt. Louis
VKsaSaKssW M l IrrlPaKaAlBW
Dry Goods and Notions,
should call-on "usa wo will guarantee to save you 60 per cent, on anything yo
want to pnrHiBFp, and surely in times like these it is desirable to Bave money.
REMEMBER we refund the money on anything returned to us proving'
Proprietors.Beo Hive, Sutton St., two Doors below Second.
Huro; Quino ts6,
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loioi tfmbmn lUli
(Jul, Lock & VV....1 4
Illinois Central. ..U
Kansas a: Texas... 2JJ
ilLnaourl Pioiao. (KStt
N. 5f. Central.. ..low
do pruf erred. 1U
OhloJc Miss saw
Paulllo MuU..... a,-)i
Ht Paul lid
Western Union.. elU
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FLOUK-Faacy, fJ Wi 70; family, W W3
WHEAT No 3 rod, T.'ftoj No . m4a78i.
COUN-No3mlxed, :IVJ mixed.
OAl'd-No 8 mlxeJ, SlOJJc; No S mixed.
Z)Wi-i x No 8 white. AJi2, a.
aA'Vw1?11 u ,uau reirokr,
POULTRV-Oommonschtokens, $ 003 '
per doon: lair to primes S3 &Hb2 75. J
WOOL Uuwasttedanoiuermq, ITfclBo; onei
fourth blood' combing,' ti&Hei' medluaf'da
loino and clothing, tlfoiv;; braid, lttaiW;
mudlum combing. tfj&iioT lloeoo , yajhod rino
murino X and XX. Xo&ila: medium1 clothing,
ftJjjaX;: delaine iioeoo. JJ.M. ' ,
UiVV No 1 timothy, IJ ttftl3 80; No 8,
811 ,6(JJ.W; .mixed. lu ouaif OJ; pralrie.r
8 OOoa) U0; wheaU oats and rye tttraw, aj 'W1
7 wt , " .
OATTLB Good to choloe butohers, 83 5a
4 IW. fair.. SJ 2SdJ OV; common, L(Ui DO?
Bto.:kuri tiiiil fboJefs, f3eJdJ0, Vearllngs
and calyeH. ti UUGja OU. s ' ' "'
UOU Hoioot butohera, - U)A 10: fair to
Micktng. Ji JtOdlOi: falr.to, good light;
U o&: oommooi 3 0s IXh oulls. S3 U)'
HlIKKPOommon to fair. 11 ftlai i&i trool
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locnoice. j wni w, commo vai (a.r la
83 a3H UU; good to canloe. 8t Jdl 7i
OATTLK-DaU. prlmo to extra, 81 60l 60;
fair to good, SI litt&i&l oommon, $J uaj 6'
feodurs, tM,i3 Toj etooitera,' )M'W iw. re
seii)ts,mt; shipiuonts, H.U
HOGH oIoy; receipts, 3,700; ahipmonts,
Iunfnihulelphlas; WtftSl.t Yorkurd, i tea
t Hoc; comiuou to- lair, H UJi 70.
SliEUP n'alri reueipta, m- eldpmenU
2,kjo; primo, 84 I0a aj r,alr to good, J aJ
S J6; common, 91 w&i 00.
WHEAT-No 1 state rod, la33o; No 3 rod,
OOHN Mixed, 6lo; December. 40Uo.
OA'll-No 1 wnito siata, SMx Noa, &iA
OAT.l"LivV3. KJXt&l Hi
UU(Ja- OOA! l&por l'JO lbs.
BUKiiP-$a Wiii 8J pur 1(X) liw, Uvo weight.
Jovftil tiditiKS to tho thouaanclsi
the Mommotk Furniture Store of
HENRY OUT o fibre a large stook of
Bran How Stylos, at prioea on
LafejBt Stylos qfParlorWb'k.rbliJ
ing Bod Lounges and Beds, Side
boards, BookcaseqpOTardrobos and
all othor articles in tho lino of
that will mako it interestiag to buy
ors. Our trndo is inoroasing, and
to mako it boom, we havo mude pri
oos to suit tho timos. Wo carry a
large stook, and aro tho drivots of
low dash prices Come and boo: we
will treat you right. Bemember,
squaro dealing at
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THE HENRY ORT
' fii 7- U'U
(t'M i i
ls lull nt newlv-bonsht rooUh, which I am oflerlns'
veiy cheap oihIi buycrx. I bave a fplondld stoclc
ol new Dress Goo iKttiidTrlramliiKS. I luivoa'sona
Immense KtockiilJeHnx. Flannels. Mantlets. Hlnrt-
Ing, OrtiMies, Blench and Brown MuhIIii. Canton Klnm.elB, Ticking, Towel, Table Llnouo,
txHpKiiiH, ijunei weir, iiihck aim uuioreu uaumero nnawiH ana me mosi cumpieie kiock or
Hosiery lot LadlvH, MIh-os. and (Iklldren to bo found In the city. I am d lenulued to liar
a big trade this Full, and have pot such a finall ma Kin nn the orlglnnl cost of the kooiIs that
1 am aure to attract your attention mid secure your trade. I have added to my stocn. a neW
line of Carp tb, wlilch I am Hnlllns at a very close price.
Cloaks and Wrapa
Have Jnst opened up riy Una of Lndles', Misses' and Children's Cloaks, Short Wraps and
Jackets. Don't buy until you have examined my Hue ol these goods.
j Deauuini uneoi nne, numi uarmenis.
Yon are respectfully Invited tnvlsllmystore and see tho bargain I cunofleryou. I shall
be pleased to have you call, whether you desire to pnrchase or not, as It Is a pleasure lor as
10 snow me oeauiiKii goous now in siock.
atB-Ono door below tho Post o nice.
3SXm !. 3&Co3BCXrt.:Ej'XsXi.
tisHERMANN LANGE, The Jeweler,
hris au elegant stock of Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silver-
ware, Clocks, Spectacles, Gold Pens, Opera Glasses, etc.
Arcade, Cincinnati, Ohio. ,
Liave opened a Qrooery on Second street
one door below the opera bouse, where I wil
constantly keeps full line of Groceries of tin
very hot quality, and sell them at the LOW
EST PRICES. Everything ,
NEW AHD RESIT,
and fnll weights given In all eases; I ifivltt
Kverybodr to give mea callnnd save mpney
aari will pay ti e highest market price lot
Duller. EfUK, vegetsbles, Ac., either In cash
or trade. Don't fail to call.
JelWm Q. A. MOCAKTHEY.
8A5ER AND 00NPE0TI0NEB,
loo Cream and Soda"Water a specialty.' ' '
Fresh Uread and Cakes mado dally and de
lverod to any part of the city. Parties and
weddings furnished on short notice. No. X
80RRIES A SON,
GUN AUD LOCKSMITHS,
Kepnlr Ouns, Pistols, Locks. Ac. Ppeclal at
tention paid to repslrlnic Hewing Machines.
Ofllco and hhop on East Second street.
, J. nHAi,Lxx,fComraonweaUh's MVfn
VI L; Hallke, Notary Publla
S ALI.3E3E & S ALI.EB,
Attorneys and Counelorsat Law,
will attend to collections and a general law
practice In civil cshcs In Mason and adjoining
comities, fire Iiinnnuiee and Heal Estate
AKenta. All letters answered promn ly. Of
Ore: No. 12 Court street, Maysvllle. Ky.
LOUISVILLE COTTON and GRAIN EXCBAM! KENTUCKY j TELEPHONE i COMPANY
Uhv connection with the following places
Chicago Markets received every ten min
utes,, Orders taken (or I.UjO bushels and up
rua. Offlco: Cooper's building Becond at.
nnyHVlllr, lletrnn, tt. Olivet,
siHyH'l. .nrllM .
Offlce In Mnysvllle-W. W. Holtons Dry
Uoods Store, No. 9 Kast Second street.
'ill Llli i4X '
vi ft (fi iO '.f v t
Gas and Steam Fitter.
Mr Orders' promptly attended
to. No. ai
-RriSS ANNA 9S. FRAEAR,
37 Second street, dealer It
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, MILLINERY,
new line olF
lies, etc. (,all and examine ray
an ana winter uooas,
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W. L. DOUCLA!
Bhoo la tha world.
Finest Calf, perfect at, aad
aad Loe, au styles toe.
strllih ami durable as .
Ukms eostlnr V or So.
TV. Im DOnOLAS
AO 8HOK excald
iM aaota aarer
n . jmmmmwUimimmmW' (Dm m sastM
Bars sit wear the W. I DOCGIAS S3 SnOKV
If roar deatnr does nntknrntbe&uteDd yoarBanaoa
posts! to W. Xm SODOLASTBrocktaa Kaoav
For sale by A. M. I)UUKRH,41 Second Strea
rn jr.ovRi.KT, "
,, Sanitary Plumber,
GAS STEAM FITTER
Corley'snevr system of House Drainage and
Ventilation. Bath rooms fitted up with hoi
and cold water a specialty. Also a large
Iron, Lead and Stone Pipe,
Globe, Angle and Check Valves, water and
-Steam, .Gauges, Force and Lift Pumps, Rub
ber Hose Chandeliers, Brackets and Globes,
Personal attentldu given to all work and sat
isfaction guaranteed. T. J. CUKLEY,
iecoi'd street, above Market, opposite Oraat