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FROM SAMOA1ND HAWAII
STRONG OPPOSITION TO THE KINO
SET UP BY THE GERMANS AT APIA.
HnwnllRii on the Verge of Another Revo
lution, Owing to tho Curtailment of
Xulnkntiii' Powers Collision Hot h ecu
American Sailors and a German.
Ban Fiiancisco, Dec 27. The steamer
Mariposa, which arrived yesterday, brought
advices from Sumoa to November 14. The
News of Hie Iay Condented tor tlia
I In sty Peruser.
Eight petcms were frozen to death In Cnr
lon county iTex.), during the recent cold
Carroll MeBee was acquitted of tho mur
der of Joseph Hardwick, at Chattanooga,
JoeMcAullfTe defeated Paddy Ryan in a
four-round prize-fight at Ban Francisco Fri
Several persons wero injured by tho wreck
of an engine nt Layland station, near Mil
John wassett, or JJebcreaux, is. Y., was
Anfa corresnondent of tho Svdnov Mornlncr
Herald states that tho Bamouns are lK-cominr Instantly killed while attempting to cross tho
more keenly alive to tho ract that the party '
represented by tho now king, Tamnzese, bps I
pecn mnuo use oi mcrejy to serve mo poucy
of tho Germans. Tho wholo plan of foreign
interference as represented by the German
plan of operations, is steadily rn ing a strong
Within a fortnight after the (issembling of
parliament, there wero increared rumors of
dissatisfaction with tho chief. Tho meeting
of tho legislature did not include all tho most
influential men of tho islands, and it is
understood that numbers of those who at
tended it have seceded from the government.
Tho arrival of tho United States man-of-war
Adams October 10, was tho occasion of
much rejoicing to many in Apia. Men were
not permitted to leavo tho ship because of
tho presence of the German guards and sen
tries along tho beach and tho possibility of a
conflict taking place. Soon after tho Adams'
arrival a number of natives under Asi, tho
fighting chief, visited the vessel, and, after
inspection, tho Hnmonns nssfiiililwl on tho
pper deck and held a danco. Tho cqrres-1 of Marshal Ed,
ondent states that tho Germans expressed ' euiltv.
heir nnnoynnco at this circumstance, and Joseph R. Banks, a real estate agent,
tho natives have been virtually prohibited shot John J. Littleton, an editor, nt Nash
from giving any moro such entertainments. villo, Tenn., inflicting u most dangerous
a wuuiuu u ii'iiuiioi w uuvo utiteii piacu wound.
Tho body of J. H. Leo, who was killed by
tho naphtha explosion nt Rochester, has
Tho men at Shnner's coal mines, on tho
Baltimore & Ohio railroad, have struck for
tho Columbus scale.
There wero twenty-two deaths from ty
phold fever in Cincinnati during tho week
ending December 24.
The residence of Herman J. Pahlmen and
$25,000 worth of paintings was destroyed by
flro at Naierville, HL
Congressman Buttcrworth is improving so
rapidly that it is expected ho will bo ablo to
be about the house in a few days.
W. M. McCouloy, a bookkeeper, was shot
and fatally injured by his wifo at Chicago,
because he had been untrue to her. .
ThomasF. Cosgrave, an attorney at Provi
dence, R, I., has beeu awarded $3,G00 dam
ages against Harry W. Gardiner for slander.
H. B. Campbell was arraigned in tho com
mon pleas court nfj Ripley, O., for tho murder
hltaker, and pleaded not
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between American sailors and a Gemun on
thoBtreet. An officer jostled a
knocked him down.
Honolulu advices are that after King Kola
kaua had vetoed tho bill to abolish the ofllco of
governor, and nlso another measure, provid
ing for the iwrfonnanco of such duties as per
tained to that ofllce, a call of tho houso was
ordered to consider the vetoes, and flery
speeches were made by tho minister of inte
rior, Thurston, Gen. Ashford and others.
Tho legislature declined to submit tho ques
don of modified right of veto to tho supremo
court, and the king wrote asking tho court's
advice. Meanwhile tho legislature adopted
resolutions denying tho king's right to
veto. Tho supremo court Invited all mem
bers of the bar to confer with it on the sub
ject, and the court listened with closed doors
t arguments of twenty-two attorneys.
Tho impression was at first convoyed that
tho supremo court was unanimous in sustain
ing the veto, in consequence of which in
flaminntory articles' appeared in several
papers, but a week ugo tho king received an
intimation that tho cgurt could not agree.
A special correspondent, writing from
"Tho people here aro virtually on tho eve
of another revolution. Tho king, in exer
cising his veto power, intends to stand on
his constitutional righte until a judicial
decision is rendered. Tho legislature will
contest his action, and tho natives-are becom
ing excited. They And themselves ignored
and treated with contempt; the king insulted;
his rights, ns understood by them, ignored
or denied. Tho native paper, it is said, is
inciting natives to lise in arms, if necessary,
and assort their right to a voice in tho man
agement of their own affairs. It only needs
a spark to set the country in a blaze."
THE BIG RAFT.
A United States StcamHlilp Kcportu that
It has beeu lUrokcn Up.
New London, Conn., Dec. 27. Tho United
Stfrtas steamship en terpriso which was sent
out by the navy department to search for tho
abandoned timber raft, have returned to this
port. Commandor McCalla, reports that on
Fi iday he came upon the remnants of the
raft 115.5 miles off Nantucket Shoals. Tho
raft had broken up, and tho sea was covered
up with the separated logs. He sailed
through tho floating timber all Friday and
Friday night, but could not And enough of
the raft holding together to tow into port.
He thinks thero is no danger to navigation
from the logs, as they will soon drift a part
and out of the frequented track of vessels.
The logs were found 135 miles southeast by
south of tho Shoal8,and'are not In the route
of the Transatlantic steamers. The revenue
cutter Grant has aiso arrived here. She did
not succeed in finding any part of tho lost
Don't Ucllevo It.
New Yoiik, Dec. 27. Mr. Leary, owner of
tho timber which composed the great raft,
does not believe tliat the raft has entirely
broken up. Ho considers such a thing
almost impossible, and thinks that a largo
portion of the raft will yet bo found held
together by the chains with which it was
interwoven whilo being built.
hpinnoi-s to Stay Out.
Facl Itiveu, Mass., Doc. 27. Tho strik
ing spinners at tho Stafford mills hold a
mooting and unaidmously decided to stay
out. Thoy claim that they wero cheated out
of from soventy-flvo cent to ono dollar per
week by wrong sizing, and cannot got tho
injustice remedied. Senator Howard, who is
present, will interview tho mill owners
to-day, and will try to effect some settle
ment. Sought llollef in Laudanum.
FINM.AY, O., Dec 27. John Russell, a
prominent farmer of Jackson Township, thia
county, attempted suicide this ufternoon by
taking laudanum, and it was only by heroio
work on tho part of his physician and family
that his life was saved. Russell had been
drinking hard for tho past ten days, and, in
trying to sober up, bocamo so despondent
that he resorted to suicido ns a relief.
"Woman riitnlly lliirned.
WATKnuimv, Ct., Dec., 27. Mrs. Patrick
Dowling, of Bishop street ,was fatally burned
Saturday night, hor clothes catching flro
from the explosion of a lamp sho was carry
ing. Sho was alone at tho time, and ran
into tho yard. Before assistance reached her
ho was so badly burned that after lingering
K'vmil horn's sho died.
Miner Scrlonsly Crushed.
Poveuov, O., Doc. 27. William Dawson,
nco.il mir hi Fricker's mlno, at Middlo
p;rt, was wriously crushed yesterday by a
iiuv;uiasf ofcoalfalliugon him. Ho has a
w .o'nnd fiyoor fix children dependent on
him. Fortunately no bones wore broken,
sud be wJi recover.
Harry J. Hocks, one of the principals In tho
Friday night prizo fight back of Price Hiil,
Cincinnati, has been arrested and is held kIn
$1,000 bond for trial
Pearson McCoy, tho boy murderer, has
been sontonccd at Ironton, O., to the peniten
tiary for lifo for murder in tho second degree
for killing Dr. Northup.
Fire broke out in the Indiana penitentiary
nt Michigan City, at 9:30 o'clock Saturday
night, entirely destroying tho shoe depart
ment, with a loss of $75,000.
A Chicago & St. Paul passenger train was
derailed- by a misplaced switch at a point east
of Clinton Junction, seriously injuring the
baggageman and express messenger.
At Wickliiro, Ky., thero is a strange phe
nomenon of burning lignite. It is a bod of
I mineral coal, which is largely impregnated
with oil, and has leen burning for weeks.
I A feud prevailing nt Ozark, Mo., has al
ready resulted in the killing of ten men, and
tho outbreak is assuming such proportions
that tho governor has been appealed to for
Miss DeNa Snyder, of Washington C II.,
has been given a verdict against the Dayton
& Ironton railroad for $15,000 damages for a.
permanent injury received in a wreck ou
Tho first steps have been taken for tho
transfer of tho Chicago Times to u syndicate,
headed by James W. West. The transfer in
cludes the estate of Mr. Storey, building and
Tho Halifax authorities could not lawfully
hold young McNeally, who robbed tho Saco
bank, and leleased him from custody. They
failed to find any of tho bank's property on
I At a conference between tho attorneys rcp-
j resenting Chicago and the recently annexed
portion of Hyde Park village it was agreed to
carry the disputed points to tho Illinois su
John Lillay has recovered a verdict against
the New York Central and Hudson River
railroad for !o,000, for the loss of his legs
by being run over in tho Grand Central dopot
at New York.
I Tho Chester ivfrnlntnrH. or "TTnlo-lit.q nt tha
Cl,.'tt..i. n r ri.nj.An a n i .. 1 i
unM.u, Ul UUCU1WWU, o. W., lltlVU UUUU
identified as prominent citizen farmors by
Miss Nannie Crawford, who has been in
humanly treated by them.
Henry Marshal, colored, shot and killed
William Mason, colored, at Soddy, Tenn.
The murdered man was trying to quell a
row. The murdered man was captured and
put in juil at Chattanooga.
Burglars In Indianapolis resisted and es
caped from ay olllcor by throwing a bomb
that struck thq latter on the head and ex
ploded and fractured his skull, broke an arm
and otherwise injured him.
Mrs. Catherine B. Williams, of Rochester,
N. Y., lias instituted a libel suit against tho
Syracuse Times demanding $10,000 damages
on an account of an article connecting her
name with that of u man named Lew'
Tho Pacific Mall Steamship company hu3
ordered captains of all its steamers in iho
China service to carry no moro femalo Chi
nese passengers to San Fraucisco unless thoy
can furnish ioitivo proof of their right to
land under the provisions of tho restriction
Govornor Zullck, of Arizona, has granted
a pardon to Barney Riggs, serving a lifo sen
tence in tho territorial prison at Yuma, on
condition of his leaving the territory. Riggs
is tlto prisoner who assisted hi keeping down
tho insurrection of convicts some tiino 'ago
and saving tho lifo of Superintendent Gates.
Johnnie Cayler, tho ten-year-old boy whoso
skull was fractured in tho wreck on tho Min
nesota & Northwestern near Freeport Fri
day, and who was brought to the Grand
Pacific Hotel, Chicago, is still at tho hotel
His condition is very serious. Tho other
persons injured who camo to Chicago, except
thoso domiciled with friends, wero able to
proceed to their homes.
Xuw Turk's Labor Union.
New Yohk, Deo. 87. At yesterday's meet
ing of tho Central Labor union, the threat
ened rovlval of the tenement houso cigar
raaklng system was discussed. Dologato
Hallor, of Cigaraakers' union No, 10,
declared that if workingmen in all branches
of industry had properly (supported tho
eigar-mnkers' union label, tho attempt to
restore tho infamous system would never
have boon nuido. Dolegafo Jablinowsky,
tho Bomo union, said, tho cigannakers of Now
York iroro on tho eve of a general striko of
enormous 'proportions. Other cigarmakora
present concurred in thia etatemont, and tho
dologato from Union 144 said sovoral Arms
had told their men that the tenement houso
system would bo in f oroo by January 8. Tho
matter was referred to tho arbitration com
miftoo, with instructions to try its best to.
prevent tho baisvi from oxecutlog that"
Joyful tidings to tho thousands:
tho Mammoth Furnituro Store of
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Bran New Stylos, at prices on
Latest Clylos of Parlor "Work, Fold
ing Bod Lounges and Beds, Side
boards, Bookcases, Wardrobes and
all other artioles in the line of
that will make it interesting to buy
ers. Our trade is increasing, and
to mako it boom, we have made pri
ces to suit tho times. " We carry a
large stock, and aro the drivers of
low cash prioos. Come and see: we
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G. S. HANCOCK,
No. 40 Market street, Maysville, Ky., for good
Groceries and Produce,
and everything usually kept in a flrst-olass
retail grocery. Cash or trade for produce.
VHoncst weight and square dealing.
SORRIES A SOX,
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Hopalr Guns, Pistols, Lochs, Ac Special at
tention paid to repairing Sewing Maohlnes.
Office and Shop on East Second BtreeU
T AW CARD.
J. H. Hali.sk, Commonwealth's Att'y.
O. Ii. Hallke, Notary Public
S AM.EE & S ALLEE,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
will attend to collections and a general law
practice In civil cases In Mosou and adjoining
counties. Fire. Insurance and Real Estate
Agenta. All letters answered promptly. Of
fice s No. 13 Court street, Maysville, Ky,
The "BEE HIVE
presents tho compliments of the season to its friends and patrons and wishes all a
"Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year." No house in the city presents so
grand a display nnd so varied a stock from which to select Uselul and Beautiful
HOLIDAY PRESENTS at prices which are lower than anywhere outside
of New York City. We commence at presents for the children :
Dolls for 1 cent each ; Dolls for 5 cens ; large washable Wax Dolls for 25 cents,
equal to anything in Maysville for double the money ; a fine, AH Kid body, Bisque
Doll for 50 cents, would be cheap at $1, &c. We have Boy Dolls and Girl Dolls;
White Dolls and Black Dolls. The children especially are Invited to look at or
large and varied family of Dolls and our great stock of Toys.
For useful and appropriate Gifts, such as Plush Brush and Comb Cases, Mani
cure Sets, Shaving Boxes, Jewel Cases, Cologne Cases, fine Towels, Lambrequins,
Stand Covers, (in Plush and Felt), Handkerchiefs, (both Linen and Silk), Mufflers,
Silk Umbrellas, Photograph and Autograph Albums, Bisque and Terra Cotta Fig
ures, and in fact everything that pertains to a first-class Dry Goods establishment.
Our prices and goods always speak for themselves. Everything advertised in pre
vious issues of this paper will always be found in stock at the same low prices, un
less reduced still further. We cau only add to the above: come in and look for
yourself, and see that we speak the truth and can show you holiday goods in grander
assortment and at lower prices than you ever dreamt of.
We must especially mention some fine Hoeo. in Silk and Lisle Thread, that we
just received some entirely new designs in Stripes, Checks and Figures.
ROSENAl) BROS,, Prop's "Bee Hive."
Grand Holiday Carnival,
to which the public are invited a banquet of bargains hereto
fore unequaled in Maysville a $20,000 stock of Dry Geods
and Fancy Goods to. select from, embracing everything that is
desirable for useful and appropriate holiday presents, at prices
reduced, in many instances, 25, 50 and 76 per cent.
Presents in Cloaks;
Presents in Dress Goods;
Presents in Men's Shirts;
Presents in Underwear; '
Presents in Gloves;
Presents in Shawls:
Presents in Rugs;
Presents in Silk Mufflers;
Presents in Handkerchiefs;
Presents in Silk Umbrellas;
Prices cut right and left to close out our entire stock and
retire from business.
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