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orci TOUR TRAINMEN ARRESTED.
Engineer and Hrakoinaii Accused or Caus
ing tho Mnntcno Wreck.
Kankakee, Bis., Sept.' 25.i-Thoma8
Ames, tho engineor of tho second sec
tion of tho ill-fated Big Four tram in
tho Mantono wrock, was arrested and
brought to this city. Orvillo Duncan,
tho brakoman of tho first section, was
arrested ut Indianapolis, but can not bo
brought hero without requisition pa
pers. Both men were arrested on coroner's
warrants, and there seoniB to bo some
doubt as to whether they can bo legally
committed to jail, so tho sheriff will
not receive them. Engineor Ames is at
liberty, and prepared to give bail as
soon as ho can havo a hnnrinir lif ,,
'Admiral Mellon Stilt Holds Off
wtxrmxrt rrf r,TTT ' r"T
vALL QUIET IN BRAZIL.
Dombardlngr Itlo Junolro.
' Montevideo, Sept. 25. According to
the latest reports from Rio Janeiro tho
situation thero is stationary. No di
rect news has been received from tho
Brazilian capital, becauso of tho con
Borship established over all tolegraphio
dispatches. Tho rovolters' warships
hold Destorro and Santa Catitana.
Nows that soiuo of Admiral JMelloa'
ships have Bailed for Santos to renew
the attack upon that place has been
con Armed. Tho Republican and Pallas
have taken tho town of San Francisco.
It is roported that tho government of
Uruguay has sold arms to the revolters
in Rio Grande. Tho Brazil Lloyd's
Bteamor Santos has had her machinery
disabled in order to prevent her crow
from turning her over to Admiral Hol
los. Fetxoto's SIdo.
Paris, Sept. 25. Tho following offi
cial dispatch has been received by tho
Brazilian delegation hero, dated Rio
Janeiro, Sept 22, 5 p. m.i "Tho city
has assumed its customary aspect, and
has been rovictualcd by means of tho
railway which connects tho stato of
Rio Janeiro with Minas-Goraos. Sao
Paulo, of which Santos is tho port, has
never suffered from tho lack of food.
The rebels never succeeded for an in
stant in taking possession of a single
point on tho shore, neither at Nicthoroy
nor at Santcs.
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I recommend It an superior to any prescription
Bout Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promoters di
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tnow'n to mo." IL A Ancnxn, M. D.,
Ill Bo. Qford Et., Erooklyn, N. Y.
Thero is discouragement in the ranks
everyday, and some submit themselves
to the government. Both chambers
continue meeting regularly. President
Pcixoto has informed them that ho
deemed it needless to prolong tho state
of siege. No constitutional guarantee
has been suspended, and tho news
papers appear without censorship in all
tho states. Indignation increases
against tho ambition of tho men who
have ventured to disturb order and tho
normal working of the institutions."
ROBBERY WAS THEIR OBJECT.
A Streetcar Conductor Shot and Killed by
f a Negro.
St. Louis, Sept 25. Edgar Fitzwill
iams, a car conductor, was shot and
killed by a negro. Fitzwilliams was an
employo of the Eli "Walker Dry Goods
company and was acting as substitute
on tho car for James "Waldon, tho regu
lar conductor. Tho caris tho extreme
western extension of tho suburban line
with but ono man to act as ticket-taker
and motormanjjeombined. At the hour
named tho car had reached a lonely
place in tho outer suburbs, with four
negroes and one whito lady passenger
Fitzwilliams entered tho car to col
lect fares, and a3 he approached the
negroes ono of thorn pulled a pistol and
sent a bullet through tho victim's hoart.
Tho lady screamed and jumped 'from
the car, which was not in motion. As
she went out the door a bullet grazed
her head. Tho nogroes escaped. Tho
screams of the lady attracted utteutiuu
and shortly aftorwrd tho police were
notified. Robbery was the negroes' ob
ject, but they were frightened by the
Sovoral arrests of suspects havo been
made, but Miss Schuble. tho lady pas
senger, was unable to identify any of
SHOT AND PLACED ON THE TRACK.
Tho Treatment Two Negroes Received
1'rom 'White Men.
Little Rock, Ark., Sept. 25. The
body of Joseph Wesley, a negro section
laborer, was run over and terribly man
gled ono mile north of Monroe, La., by
a train. Wesley had been murdered,
and tho body placed on tho track. Ed
Esterling, also a section baud, was
found shot and badly wounded. Ester
ling Bays that the men wore at work
when they were attacked by some
white men, who, after firing tho shot,
placed both bodies on tho rails.
Esterling revived and dragged him
self off tho track, but was unuble to
remove tho body of Wesley. lie can
not givo a lucid description of tho mur
derers, but it is belioved that the deed
was committed by natives of tho local
ity, who objected to the uegroeB being
employed on tho railroad, and who had
threatened to drive them out of the
The colored population is said to bo
greatly excited, and further trouhlo
"MURDER ENDS UNHAPPY MARRIAGE.
A Husband Shootx His AVI Co, and Is Killed
by Their Boarder.
Petoskey, Mich., Sept. 25. Abram
Wilsoy, a laborer who has been work
ing in tho Rico tanuery, Bhot his wife
four times with a revolver and was
himself instantly killed by a young
man named Henry Sik, who had board
ed with them for some time. Tho Wil
soys havo lived unhappily over since
their marriage sovon years ago, and
they parted by mutual consent three
years ago, when tho woman applied for
a divorce. .
Wilsey wont to hor boardinghouso,
and after vainly trying to induce his
wife to livo with him ho drew a re
volver, and as Bho fled he fired four
shots, all taking effect and produciii
prooaoiy latai injuries. Young Si
rushed into tho room and, lodging bo
hind tho door, fired four times, ono
ball going through Wilsey'a body, and
tho other striking him in tho forehoad,
causing instant death. Sik is under
surveillance, awaiting tho result of tho
Russian Warship Overdue.
St. Petershurq, Sept. 25. Tho Rus
sian warship Rousalka, 1,000 tons,
carrying a crow of 150 Boamen and 10
officers, sailed on Tuesday last for
Revel, a fortified town of Russia, on
tho Gulf of Finland, for HelBingfors,
capital of Finland, on tho same gulf.
Tho Rousalka is now much overdue
and grave anxioty for hor safety is felt
oven at the admiralty. '
A Terrible Fall Ending With Death.
New Yojik, Sept 85. Charles Bar
dory, a rigger, omployqd by tho Bitor
& Conoly Company. Pittsburg, met a
horrible death by falling 154 feot from
the top of an iron chimney now in pro
cess of construction at tho power house
ui. iu ivviyu vjuy jtvauruou com i
trouble seems to be to get a hearing, as
the coroner's warrants can not bo re
turned to a justice.
Business Houses Ilurnod.
Perry, la., Sept. 25. Fire destroyed
eeveral business houses and their con
tents, entailing a loss of 80,000; -nar-tially
Standing of tho Clubs In tho National
The following is tho standing of tho
ciuds in tuo .national .League:
Boston 83 40
Pittsburg 75 48
Philadelphia 71 52
Clovelnnd C8 53
New York 08 53
Brooklyn 05, CO
Cincinnati CO G3
Baltimore 57 GS
St. Louis ,... 54 T2'
Chicago 53 71
Louisville 48 T3
Washington 40 73
At Cincinnati Cincinnati, 8; Brooklyn,
Saturday's Games. Cincinnati 0, Bos
ton 5; Cincinnati 0, Boston 0; St Louis
7, Now York 5; New York 5, St Louis
C; Philadelphia 4, Louisville 8; Balti
more 0, Chicago 4; Pittsburg 8, "Wash
Ingtou 2; Brooklyn 9, Cleveland 5.
Brings comfort and improvement and
ten'ds to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
les3 expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
tho needs of physical being, will attest
tho value to health of tho pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in tho
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is clue to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, tho refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
mot with tho approval of tho medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by nil drug
gists in COc ana $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by tho California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also tho name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will jiot
accept any substitute if offered.
It is nn ngrecablo Laxatlvo for tho Dowels ;
can bo mndo into a Tea for uso in ono minute.
I'rlco 25o., 60o. and S1.00 cor nnokflora
m- . i -
.an nieganc toilet powder
for tboTecth and Dreath-25o,
For Salo by J. JAMES WOOD.
Cincinnati College of Medicine and
Surgery, 43d year, Graded Course.
Laboratories, Clinics, Hospitals. Rea
sonable Terms. Begins Sept. 26.
Address, Chas. A. L. Reed, M.D., Dean,
T. V. Fltzpatrick, M.D., Sec'y.
FARM FOR SALE!
I will sell privately tho homo farm of Ellis Down
ing, deceased, containing;
137 Acres of Best Mason County Land,
situated on tho Clark's Run turnpike, ono milo
from Washington. Tho farm is in a high stato of
cultivation and has upon it a good HRICK RES
IDENCE and nil necessary outbuildings ; a flno
orchard and new Tenement House. Everything
is in good repair. For further Information call
on or address JOHN R. DOWNING,
Near Washington, Ky Postoflioe Maysvllle, Ky,
"Tho ubo of 'Castoria U bo universal and
Its merits so well known that it seems a work
of supererogation to endorse it. Few oro tho
intelligent families who do not keep Castoria
within easy roach."
Cutus JLuvttjj, D. D.,
New York City.
Granite, Marble and
All kinds of Monumental work dono In thobos
manner. Second stroot, above opera houso.
DR. JOHN 0. KILGOUR,
Physician and Surgeon.
No. 4 West Third Street, Maysvllle, Ky.
SecondStrcet, Flfh Ward,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Orflcoat home, 425 EnstSocond Street.
-rR. J. II. SAMUEL,
(Ex-resident Surgeon Good Samaritan Hospital'
Ex-aetlng Buperin tendent Longview
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlcelwith Dr. Strode. Rcsidence.Thlrdstreot
one door west of Market
V. G. S9IOOT,
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON.
Office Hours 7to9a.m.,lto3p.m.,7to9p.m.
Office, No. 34 Eeoond St., late Dr. Holton's offlco
Second Street, Near Limestone
LOCK AND GUNSMITH.
Repairing of all kinds dono promptly and on
CINCINNATI DIVISION CUESAFEAKE AND OIIIO.
h no. -j. 10:05 a. m.
m . ims ma rrs ui-
Xk-JFi " J 2 "
No.l 6:15 a.m.
Addlwcntv-tix mlhutato JJo.10 ..6:30 a.m.
get city time. No. 17 10:16 a. m.
No. 8.. 4:25 p.m.
Nos. 19 and 20 aro tho Maysvllle accommoda
tion, and Nos. 17 and 18 tho Huntington accom
modation. Nos. 1 and 2 aro tho fast express and
Nos. 3 and 4 tho F. F. V. No. 1 runs through to
Chicago, arriving thero at 5: 15 p. in.
, No. 4 (V. F. V.) is a solid train with through
dining car and Pullman sleepers to Washington,
Baltimore. Philadelphia and Now York. Through
rullman sleeper to Richmond, Va and Old Poult
Comfort. No. 2 is a solid train with Pullman
Sleeper to Washington and Old Point Comfort,
making all eastern and south-eastern connec
tions. Tho accommodation trains aro daily oxcopt
8unday j tho rest aro daily.
Direct connection at Cincinnati for points West
Leaves Maysvllle at
5:30 a. m. for Paris, Lex
ington, Clncln'tl, Rich-
1 r n 1 Old I tm4 I I .
ston, Jelliooj Middlcsborougb, Cumberland Gap,
Frankfort, Loulsvillo and points on N. N. and
M. V. Eastern Division.
Leave Maysyjllo ,at 1:45 p. m. for ParlsCincIn
natl, Lexington, Winchester. Richmond and
points on N. N, and M. V, Eastern Division.
Arrive at Maysvllle at 10:00 a. ra. and 8:15 p. m.
All trains daily exoept Sunday,
rf JAh flfe-AJfei &
' ' Mii? ' '" sp
"For several years I havo recommended
your ' Castoria,1 and shall always contlnuo to
do eo as it has invariably produced beneficial
Edwin F. PAnDac, II. D.,
125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City.
CoirrJjrr, 77 Mtnuu.iT Street, New Yoxik Citt.
Tho City Without a Church, by Drummond,
from 35c. to , 75
Prince of Indln, by Lew Wallace S2 60
John Grey, by James Lano Allen 1 00
Old South, by l'ugo 1 25
Tho 1,000,000 Bank Note, by Mark Twain X 00
Holy Matrimony, Epls... 75
Book of Common Prayer and Hymnal Re
vised, the edition from 40c. to 5 00
How Wo Got Our Iilblo, by J. P-. Smyth 50
History ot tho United States and its Peoples,
by hgglcston.. 1 C5
And School Supplies in largo variety. Our mot
too Is to havo tho best goods for tho money.
Wall Paper Remnants at Bargain Prices I
Will open Its gates to the world
Friday and Saturday,
OCTOBER 11 to 14. It would bo superfluous to
mako any lengthy notices of this famous institu
tion. Its name and famo havo gone abroad in
tho land, mid the simplest announcement of its
dates is sufficient to guarantco largo crowds of
people and the finest exhibitions of stock.
Prof. Louis Bush, the daring aeronaut, will give
exhibitions of baloon ascensions and parachute
drops Friday and Saturday, October 13 and 14, in
full view of tho assembled multitudes. Como to
tho fair with your sweethearts, vour families and
friends. J. A. WALTON, Secretary.
L. H. MANNEN, President.
If you think of buying a Piano or Organ, call
6n tho old reliablo branch house of D. II. Bald
win it Co., No 62 West Second street, Maysvillo,
Ky., before purchasing, and savo from $25 to 8100.
We handle the leaders, such as
DECKER BROS., HAINES
and FISCHER PIANOS;
Estoy, Story, Clark and nam II ton ORGANS; also
orders taken and promptly filled for all kinds of
smaller Instruments and Sheet Music.
F. F. GERBRICH, Agent.
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR Y0UNQ LADIES
A school of cxcellontadyantagesforathorough
education in ovory department. Modern Lan
guages and Freehand Drawing taught without
extra charge. Point-print method used In teach
ing thosa who aro blind. Musical department
under the able direction of a graduate of a noted
conservatory. Parents and guardians will be
glvon full particulars as to terms and reference
on applying to
SISTERS OF THE VISITATION, B.V.M.,
V f II -B.il Wf Bl -! MfliT - .fray
j XAY8YILLB TSi . ' -.
You know how it is your
self. Doesn't this picture
bring up the good days of
your youth ? How we did
enjoy "the turkey mother
roasted! Well, let us be
thankful for the rare bless
ings vouchsafed us to-day,
and with more mature judg
ment Henry Out proposes
your good health and in
vites your attention to the
Is as Good as a Feast."
the same time he
your attention to
his stock of goods, such as
II EAST SECOND ST,
CURES H0TH8HS BUT PILES,
A SURE and CERTAIN CURE
Known for IB years as tho BEST
REMEDY FOR PILES.
Vttfni by BICIMRDSOX BE0ICI5B CO., 0T. JMJCIS.
Tho next term of this popular institution will
open MONDAY, supxeSiukh. 4, with a full
corps of teachers. For particulars send for cata
logue, or apply to tho Principal,
fa3 REV. JOHN S. HAYS, D. D.
Got tho best. You will savo money by doing
so. The JEWEL Q AS STOVES (Heating and Cook
ing) are made of tho best material and aro un
equaled. Honesty and ingenuity aro combinort '
In their construction. Try one. For salo by
J. J. FITZGERALD,
The SanitaryJPIumber and steam and Gas Fitter
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