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CHICAGO'S BELOVED DEAD.
Remains of Carter It. Harrison Lying In
Chicago, Nor. 1. The remains of
Chicago's Garfiold were borno to the
city hall yesterday, there to lie in state.
Dense crowds thronged the streets and
sidewalks for blocks around the Carter
Harrison mansion on Ashland boulevard
and witnessed the start.
Tho cortege wa3 a long one and the
distance to tho city hall, two miles
through the heart of the city, was not
covered for a considerable time.
All day long two lines of people
passed rapidly br, looking only at the
black casket, with the prospect that
they would so continuo turougnout tiio
night, if permitted. The face tho peo
plo looked upon was tho one they liad
been accustomed to in life. Death bad
wrought no perceptible changes. Tho
lato mayor appeared to bo sleeping.
All of tho entrances to tho building
and nearly all of tho offices in tho
building are draped with bluck, and all
of the offices, except those that it is ab
solutely necessary to keep open art
closed. Tho public schools will bo
closed for tho f unoral. The board of
trade, banks and other places of buui
ness will also bo desertod.
The funeral will tako placo from tho
Church of tho Epiphany at Ashland
boulevard and AdaniB street. An hour
before that timo tho remains will bo
taken from tho city hall to tho church
where the services according to tho
Episcopal ritual will bo conducted by
T. N. Morrison, Jr. Tho procession
will proceed from tho church to Grace
land cemetery. Tho column will bo a
largo one. Many societies, civil and
military, have applied for placo in the
line and have been assigned to position
by Marshal Austin J. Doyle.
Prendergast, tho murderer of Mayor
Harrison, is having a rough timo in
jail. Tho other prisoners havo taken
every opportunity to jeer at tho wretch
and shrieking imprecations at him, bo
that exerciso outside his cell has been
made practically an impossibility. Yes
terday, whilo tho mayor's corpso was
lying in state at tho city hall with
thousands reverently pressing by, tho
assassin seemed for the first time forced
to realizo his position. Tho words of
his fellow prisoners affected him
strangely. All along he had apparent
ly labored under tho delusion that his
companions in crime would look up to
him as a sort of king among them. But
their frightful denunciations havo dis
pelled at least this vagary from thoi
man's mind, and he seemed to under-
stand bitterly that ho was abhorred
oven by hardened criminals as a cow
JUST FOR EXCITEMENT.
John Dolan Fools AVith Fireworks With
New York, Nov. 1. Tho Tammany
ratification meeting in tho Tenth as
sembly district last night was the scone
of a most painful catastrophe. During
the progress of tho meeting fireworks
wore continually sot off in the middle
of tho street until about half past 0,
when ono big bomb was left. John
Dolan determined to inako a little ex
citement, which ho did by turning tho
iron lined box in which nil the pyro
technics wore delivered upsido down
over the mortar.
"When the bomb exploded it was fol
lowed by a scone of horror the box
was blown into fragments, which wore
scattered in every direction, throwing
down and injuring noarly a score of
persons and shattering doors and win
dows in tho vicinity.
Tho most eoriously injured are
Thomas Reilly, 10 years; James Dono
van and his wife. MrB. Donovan was
seriously hurt and is not expected to
live. Her husband had his thigh torn
open from hip to ankle, besido which
lna thigh-bone was broken.
The lad Reilly was struck on the head
with a pieco ot iron and sustained a
Bovero scalp wound. All three were
taken to Bellvuo hospital.
When the excitement had subsided
tho speakers referred to tho "accident in
such touching terms that a resolution
to uuiuuo ijij xor mo uenout oi inoi
RiifForprs wnn nnn.nimnna1v nnrrinil
Dolan was ar res tod.
Death ot Heekiah L. Hosmor.
San Fiiancisco, Nov. 1. Hezekinh
L. Hosmer, ex-chief justicoof Montana,
died in this city yesterday at the age of
18. Ho was born at Henderson, N. Y.
After being admitted to tho bar ho
went to Ohio; edited tho Toledo Blade,
of which ho was ono of the proprietors,
and started tho daily issuo of that pa
per. In 18G1 ho wns appointed by Pres
ident Lincoln chief justice of Montana,
and occupied that position eight years.
In 1873 he canio to San Francisco,
where ho has devoted himself princi
pally to literary work.
Disfigured by a Doc.
Lima, 0., Nov. 1. William Johnston,
eon of W. D. Johnston, tho lumber
dealer, was disfigured by a dog. Ho
was playing with the dog at the house,
vhon it jumped at him and caught his
left ear in its mouth and bit it off as
Bmoothly as though cut by a knife.
Tho dog was killed at once.
Quarrel Kntls In 31 tinier.
Fort Sheridan, Ills., Nov. 1. Cap
tain Hodburg of Company F, Fifteonth
infantry, stationed at Fort Sheridan,
was shot and killed by Lieutenant
Macy, quartonnastor of the Bamo regi
ment. Thoy quarroled over family
matters. Lioutonant Maoy is under
Washington, Nov. 1. Tho president
has appointod John W. Renfroo of
Goorgia, Rjs3 J. Alexandor of Ohio
and James J. Andorson of Illinois com
missioners to appraise lands in tho
Puyallup Indian reservation, Wash
ington, under tho act of March 3, 1890.
Man Ground to Pulp.
Dallas, Nov. 1. Charles Hampton
fell into a cottonseed crusher at tho ole
vator and was ground to a pulp. Ono
log was thrown out on tho roof of tho
Richard Slunion Dead.
Piqua, 0., Nor. 1. Richard Slauson,
a wealthy citizen of this place, died
suddenly Monday evening, in tho Plaza
hotol from heart disoase. -
Tramping? in a ltody.
San Francisco, Nov. 1. Threo hun
dred and nineteen men who wero un
able to find employment here, started
south yesterday in a body, with the in
tention of going to Now Orleans. They
havo no monoy and expect to tramp all
tho way except when they can secure
rides on freight trains. They are not
tramps, but aro looking for work.
Sir John Abbott Dead.
Montreal, Nov. 1. Sic John Ab
bott, ex-premlcr ot Canada, is dead.
His end was pmcofnl.
Review of the Grain nnd Cattlo Markets
For October 31.
Wheat 01c. Corn 3940c. Cattlo Se
lected butchers, ?4 004 25: fair to medium,
3 003 90; common, $1 75(i"2 75. Hogs
Selected and prime butcher, $8 200 80;
fair to good packing, $0 000 20; common
to rough, 15 255 1)0. Sheep-$1 253 75.
Lambs-e3 604 25.
Cattle Prime, $4 905 35; good, U SO
4 75; good butchers' $4 004 60; fair light
steers, t'i 803 25; bulls and stags, $3 00(3
3 00; fresh cowb, fi 0045 00. Hogs
Philndelphlos, W 550 CO; best mixed,
$0 500 55; Yorkers, $6 40g5 55; pigs;$0 25
3 25; spring Iambs, $2 504 75,
Wool Ohio and Pennsylvania XXX 26c,
XX and above 2223c, No. 1 25c, No. 2 23
(cl'Hc, fine unwashed 15(31Cc, nnmorchant
nbfe 17ftl8c; Ohio combing No. 1 X
blood, 20c, No. 2, -blood, 24c, Ohio delaine
2425c; Kentucky, Indiana ond Missouri
combing, K-'-'ood 20c, do tf-blood 2021c,
braid lo17c, clothing K-blood 18lDc, do
J-blood 17 18c, coarse 17c.
Wheat No. 2 cash and November, 63c.
December, 05c; May, 72c. Corn No. 2
cash, 370. Outs Cash, 80c. Rye Cash.
4!)c. Cloversecd Prime cash, October and
November, $5 CO; December, $5 05; Jan
uary, $3 70 asked; March, 5 75.
Hogs Select heavy and prime butchers,
80 850 50, packers, $0 10a6 35. Cattle
Prime to extra natives, $5 15(g5 CO; others,
13 004 20; stockere, t'2 253 00. Sheep
3 003 75; lambs, $2 501 50.
Wheat December. 7070;c. Coin
December, 47Cl47jc. Oata Western 3"
(241c. CattleH & 15.
Mnysvillo Retail Market.
GREEN COFFEE W IB 2o $7
MOLASSES new crop, $ gallon 7.1
Golden Syrup 35 (340
Sorghum, fancy new 40(850
SUGAR-Yellow, V lb 6 bl
Extra U, $ lb 5
A, lb 0
Granulated, X 6
Powdered, $ lb 8
x New Orleans, 131b 5
TEAS H lb 5001 0U
COAL OIL-Headlight.$ gallon 15
BACON Breakfast, fl lb 15
Clearsldes, fcl lb 1314
Hams, ijl lb lCfo
Shoulders, 1 lb 10 12
BEANS gallon 35 (fciO
BUTTER Til lb -20 25
CHICKENS Each V!0 30
EGGS 13 dozen IS (820
FLOUR-Llmcstone. fl barrel 84 50
Old Gold, fl barrel 4 50
Maysvillo Fancy, ft barrel 3 75
Mason County, (A barrel 3 75
Morning Glory. $ barrel 3 75
Roller King, J barrel 4 60
Magnolia, 4 barrel 4 60
Blue Grass, barrel 3 75
HONEY V b 15 20
HOMINY Iflgollon 20
MEAL-lfl peck 20
LARD pound 15
ONIONS ft peck 40
POTATOES B peck, new 25
APPLES-) peck 40350
i.WisS?si3t J J
I .'Uf" - -"--.i..f JL- ,.
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. Tho many, who live bet
ter thun others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more prompt
adapting tho world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
tho valuo to health of tho puro liquid
laxative principles, embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is duo to its presenting
in tho form most acceptablo 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
met with tho approval of tho medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver nnd Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly freo from
every objectionablo substance.
Syrup of Figd m for salo by all drug
gists in COc and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by tho California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whoso name is printed on every
package, also tho namo, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if oflereJ.
Got tho besf. You will save monoy by doing
so. ThoJEWELGA88TOVE3(Hcatlngnnd Cook
lng) are made ol the best material and are un
equaled. Honesty and Ingenuity are combined
in tholr construction. Try one. For solo by
J. J. FITZGERALD,
Tho Sanitary Plumber and Steam and Gas Fitter
Second Street, Fifth Ward,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Offloe at home, 425 East Second Street.
3 C54 00; good, $3 003 35: fair, $2 25
o. !5' mmmnn. KOpiftSl; vn.rllnci. feU 25(3)
Ikoch & BRAUNSTEIN,!
68 and 70 V. Fourth St., Opposite Plko Opera House.
Wo now show the largest and most comprehen
sive assortment In tho country ol Plain and Dec
orated China, In sets, couiscs, and separate pieces'.
Rich Cut Glass, Brlc-a-Brac, Artistic Porcelains,
Fine- Lamps, Art Pottery, Jardinieres and Ped
estals, Italian Marbles, Bronzes, Toilet Sets, Fine
Table Cutlery, etc., all at moderate prices.
C Wo iirepnjjtlio freight to jour city on nil purchases of 810 nnd over. TYo mafco 5
no chnrjre for packing, nnd nssumo nil risk of breakage In trnnslt, Ja
f itlius giving jou nil tho ndwintnges of city customers. P
"Wedding Presents a Specialty. Correspondence Solicited.
C Please mention this paper when you write.
iai YINEu ST
WE ore authorized to announce WILLIAM
11. COX as a candidate lor "Mayor of the
City of Maysvlllo at tho approaching November
TTTTE are authorized to anuounco JOHN T.
Vy MAKTIN as a candidate for Mayor of the
City of Maysvllle at the approuching November
FOR CHIEF OF POLICE.
TE are authorized to announce E. W. FITZ
i GERALD as a candidate for Chief of Police
thocilvof MuNSVlllc nt the nunruachlmr No-
"II7"E arc authorized tonnuounco DOUGLAS P.
V OUT m a. candidate for the office of Chief of
Police at the November election. 1893.
FOR POLICE JUDGE.
"5f Earc authorized to announce THOMAS A..
VV HKSPKfeS as a candidate for Police Judge
nt tho approaching November election.
WE arc authorized to announce E. E. PEABCE
as a candidato for Police Judge of the City
oi Jiayt,viue, at me ovemuer ciccuou, ivjj.
WE are authorized to announce A. A. WADS
WOItTH as a eandldato for Police Jiulgo of
tho City of Maysvllle, at tho election, Novem
ber?. "irE are authorized tonnnounro 'SqutreJOHN
y V L. GRANT as a candidate for Police Judgo
of tho city of Maysvllle at the November elec
FOR CITY THEASXJliEE.
WE uro authorized to announce JAMES W.
FITZGERALD as a candidate for City Treas
urer at tho ensuing Novqmber election.
FOP. CITY CLERK.
WE arc authorized to nnnnunco C. E. BROSEE
ns a candidato for tho office of City Clerk at
tho approaching November election. Kss
"1T7E are authorized to anuounco MARTIN A.
VV O'HARE as a candldaato for City Clerk at
approaching November election.
W3 FOR ASSESSOR. jrWKHEJ
raw . ; Rrasrrr
WE ore authorized to announce C. D. SHEP
AKD as a candidato for re-election as City
Assessor ut the ensuing November election.
W'E are authorized to announce JOHN B.ORR,
JR.. as a candidate for City Assessor at tho
approaching November election.
WE aro authorized to announco PAMUEL O.
PORTER as a caudldatoforCityAsscssorat
tho approaching November election.
WE aro authorized to aunouncc I. M. LANE
as a candidate for Councilman In the First
ward, at the approaching city election.
WE oro authorized to announco C. D. RUS
SELL as a candidato forCounellmau In tho
First Ward at tho approaching November clec'
E aro authorized to announco J. D. DYE, as
a candidate for Councilman, in tho First
WE aro authorized to announce C. B. PEARCE,
Jit., as a candidato for re-election to tho
City Council from tho Second ward, at tho ap
WE are authorized to announco GEORGE C.
KEITH as n candidato for Councilman In
Second ward, at the approaching November elec
tion. WE aro authorized to announce F. II. TRAXEL
as a candidate for Councilman in tho Third
ward, at tho approaching election.
"TrrE arc authorized to announco GEO. FLEM
yV ING aa a candidato for Councilman, in tho
Fifth ward, at tho approaching election.
E arc authorized to announco JOHN II.
HALL as a caudldoto for Councilman in
Fifth ward at tho approaching city election.
Earo authorized to announco S. A.PirER
as a candidato for Councilman In tho Sixth
"lirE are authorized to announco ROBERT
VV FICKLIN as a candidate for Councilman In
tho Fourth ward, at tho approaching city elec
At n meeting of tho City Council held August
3, 189J, tho following were designated as tho vot
ing places for municipal election to bo held
Tuesday, November 7, 1893:
First ward Swelgart house, Second and Short
Second Ward Mayor's ohlce, Court street.
Third Ward D. Fitzgerald's shop, Market
Fourth Ward Lowry's shop, Fourth and Plum.
Fifth Word Conrad's house, Second street.
Sixth Ward Reuben Hunt's residence, Second
street. MARTIN A. O'HARE, City Clerk.
Granite, Marble and
All kinds oi Monumental work done in the boa
manner. Second street, abovo opera honso.
HABIT Permanently Cured. -without pain or iboolc
or iia'ptrlent Jl'or Intortn'.tlon and terms tuldraa
HIE liteuiY INSTlTUTfc5. PUINFIEtlffriff
jgs6t . ir t sri.
Mas W A.
-fVi iJlsiW m ML1 -ran
A FEAST OF
HOE FLIC H'S.
50c. Storm Serge, 39c
81 Dress Goods,85c ,
10c. Bleached Cotton, 8c...
10c. Canton, tc
-See our Calicoes at 5c
10 and 50c. Handkerchiefs, 25c.
J5eo our Oilcloths ,
tho largest stock In tho city....
low prices on
Carpets, Bugs, etc
Paul Mich k Bro
John Aldcu aud Pcrcllla, framed In 01d;ivory
Art Wins the Heart, framed elegantly.
A Perfect Woman, framed in Burnished Gold.
Tho Marquis, French Picture, Rococo Framed.
Water Babies, Etuscao Bronze framed.
Tho Lost Chord, unfromed.
Sweet Singer, untrained.
Tho Flutist, unframed.
Large collection of French Imprints.
The Latest in
Tho Infanta, Society.
Princo of Wales Papers.
CAIili ON US.
Do s, Stationery, Wall Paper and
pat. P. O. SMOOT,
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON.
Ofllco Hours 7to9a.m.,l toSp.m.,7to9p.m.
OfUco,No.34 Second St., lato Dr. Holton's office.
TK. J. H. SAMUKL,
Ex-rcsldont Surgeon Good Samaritan Hospital
Insane Asylum, J
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlcojwlth Dr. Strode. Resldcnco.Thlrdstroot
ono door west of Market.
ISWITT C. FRANKMN.
I Court .street. Has relinnnlsliod oil claim and
taw of Hale methods. 622dlm
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 maturejudg-
ment Henry Out proposes
your good health and in
vites your attention to the
Is as Good as a Feast."
But at the same time he
invites your attention to
his stock of goods, such as
DINING CHAIRS, '
II EAST SECOND ST.
CURES MOTTO BUY HUB,
A SURE and CERTAIN CURE
known for IB years as tho DEST
REMEDY FOR PILES.
rnpared b MCIUnDSOS JIFUICIXE CO., BT, LOUIS.
I will sell privately tho homo farm of Ellis Down
lng, deceased, containing
137 Acres of Best Mason County (.'and,
ittmtcd on the Clark's Itun turnpike, ono milo
from Washington. Tho farm is In a hloh wto ol
cultivation and has upon it a tood BBJCK IUJfJ
IDENCEand all necessary otitpuildingsj a flno
orchard and new Tenement Honso. Everything
is in good repair. For further information caM
onorijddre JOHN B. DOWNING,
Nest Wntbiogftot Br- l'ostoffleo JfAyjYfllO, Kf .
9k Jt&MIvJi It UlJL OJlUjjIj !