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Fire Beyond Control nml Outslito IIolp
Birmingham, Ala., July 21. A fire is
raging hero and is boyond control, and
tho entire business portion of tho city
north of tho railroad yards is threat
ened with destruction. The firo begun
in the Stamers Furnituro company's
store directly across Twenty-second
street from tho Caldwell hotel. It
spread with marvelous rapidity. The
guests of tho hotel wero gotten out by
the fire escapo and down anal ladders of
the fire department as rapidly as posi
ble. It is impossible to tell yet whether
all are saved or not. It is now beliovcd
several aro burned up in tho hotel.
The firo has just caught tho roar part
of tho Weeham and Dent buildings
fronting on Second avenue These
buildings nro four stories high. If they
burn tho entire block on Second avenuo
from Twenty-first to Twenty-second
streets will go including tho Jefferson
County bank, Zinger's turnituro storo
and many other business houses. Mont
gomery has been telegraphed for all tho
engines in tho town. Tho fire is abso
lutely beyond control. It is spreading
in every direction.
EXCURSION THATN WRECKED.
One Man Killed and a Xumbor or Others
Injured, Somo Fatally.
Oakland City, Iud., July 21. A
epocial excursion from Albion, Ills., to
Marengo, Ind., was wrecked about four
miles oast of here yosterday. Tho wreck
was caused by tho breaking of tho en
gine trucks. Tho baggagecar was turned
over and burst into splinters.
Melvin Stanley was caught beneath
the wreck and killed.
George Pitcher had his skull frac
tured. Milford Dickey, injured in ohest.
Arch Bassitt, head and chest injured.
Sam Hardin, arm broken.
Manfred Dycus of English, Ind., legs
mangled; will die.
There wero in all 10 or 15 slightly in
jured. Tho train consisted of an engine, bag
gagecar and four passenger coaches.
The excursionists were all members of
the churches or congregations of Albion,
Ills., and were on the annual picnic ex
cursion. The engine broke down,
jumped the track and rolled down a
steep embankmont, pulling tho coaches
with it. Tho track was blockaded all
day. It was tho worst wreck that ever
occurred on tho Louisville, Evansvillo
and St. Louis road.
Statu Olllcer Resigns.
Denver, July 21. General Kabis,
who has tendered to Governor O'Brien
his resignation as adjutant general of
Wyoming, was in the city Friday. Ho
refuses to ditcuss his action, but it is
learned from reliable authority that as
he is a warm admirer of President
Cleveland and has been appointed dep
uty collector of internal revenue by
Collector Now, ho does not caro to hold
office under a governor whose attitudo
toward tho president is antagonistic.
A Lucky Nephew.
San Francisco, July 21. Anthony
Kearns, a wealthy cattle dealer, who
died recent! y in Euniscarthy, Ireland,
left his eutirt estate, valued at 80,000,
to his nephew, James Kearns, who
came to America 25 years ago, and who
was to bo identified by the tattoo marks
on his arm. Agents of tho executors
believe that they have found tho long
missing heir in the person of James
Kearns, a local butcher, whn is taking
steps to claim his inheritance.
San Antonio, Tex., July 21. A ter
rible tragedy has been enacted on Cherry
creek, 30 miles north of hero. Jim
Craney went to the house of a man
named Layton, where Ue mot John
Crain and son. In a quarrel that took
place between Craney and Crain and
tho latter's son, Craney drew a pistol
and shot and killed both Crain and son.
Craney then escaped and has not been
Girl Arrested For llorrtc Stealing.
Sedalia, Mo., July 21. A young
woman giving her name as Lizzie
Christino, is under arrest horo for horso
stealing. "When arrested she had in
her possession a horso and buggy and an
extra set of harness, which were stolon
from John Rico of "Webb City last Fri
day night. Sho could not givo satis
factory account of how she came in
possession of the property, and was ar
rested. One Strlko Follows Another.
Pittsburg, Pa., July 21. Tho ore
handlers at tho Carrie furnaces struck
for a restoration of wages, and having
made threats tho company appealed to
Sheriff Richards for deputies to guard
their works. Ho responded by sending
20 deputies. Tho situation is still fur
ther complicated by tho strike of 50 coke
drawers, who mauuod the 150 ovens op
erated by tho furnace company.
Shot His Wife- and Himself.
Racine, Wis., July 21. Captain John
Crandlo yostewlay shot his wife twico,
once in tho buck of tho head and once
in tho right shouldor, and then turned
tho smoking rovolver to his right tern
nlo and pressed tho trigger. Ho died
Instantly. His wife may recover. Cap
tain Crandlo was one of tho best known
navigators of tho chain of lakes.
Fully Covered by Insurance.
PirrsnuROt, July 21. Tho Union
Manufacturing company, a novelty
plant ju-t finished at Swissville, near
hero, was destroyed by firo at 0 o'clock.
Loss, $20,000. Tho McKolvy homo
stead and adjoining stables and out
buildings of K. E. Dickson, wero also
destroyed. Reithmiller's manufactur
ing establishment on Wator streot, this
city, was also destroyod by firo. Loss;
$40,000; fully insured. Tho firo is sup
posed to havo been caused by spontano-
Cloudburst Wuthed Out the Track.
Santa Fe, July 21. A cloud burst 13
miles north of this city and washed out
1500 foot of track on tho Narrow Gauge
road yesterday, and it is expected regu
lar trains between this city and Denver
will not bo resumed until Monday next.
THE BOYS WHO A FISHING WENT.
Tho boys went fur, afar to fish,
They've gono to angle In the lake,
Could you hove seen their trnps, I'd wish
Things good for out and timer's sake.
They've gone to way ofTMIchlgan,
To try their luck for llsh ng'ln,
But soon I fear thc'll wish ag'ln,
To grub from mother's dish ag'ln.
With gun aud rod and reel and net,
Trolling spoon, hook and shyster yfl,
And jugs for Jugging when 'tis wet,
Tbey bravely went their luck to try.
These bold boys, by the prophet's beard
Vowed on home they would never look,
Till round tho earth tlfelr name is heard
In song, and read in printed book.
But, come closo a secret I'll tell,
I got it from them on the fly,
They have got that which guards tho well,
Its. Government llcenso to He.
REAL CAUSE OP THE TROUBLE.
Tho Leading Independent Paper of
the Country Puts tho Blame on
the Republicaa Party.
From the New York Herald.
In tho timely interview with Mr.
Charles A. Dana which tho Herald re
printed yesterday from tho Paris Mar
tin, tho accomplished editor of the Sun
held the Democratic party chiefly re
sponsible for the present deplorable con
dition of affairs in the country. Ho said :
Mr. Cleveland, with whom tho Demo
cratic party got into power, has prom
ised to re-establish order, and I am con
vinced that he will do so. Nevertheless,
it may be said that the Democratic party
has a measure of responsibility for re
cent events, for it is in a certain way re
sponsible for the commercial crisis from
which we aro suffering. America is still
very rich, but she is less so for tho last
few years, and for the following reaeon :
Tho Democratic party has belied all
its promises. It obtained power on a
free trade platform, and since then it
has done nothing in that direction. On
tho contrary, a tatiffhas just been elabo
rated which is quite as protective as the
McKinley bill, and now that commercial
industries have adjusted themselves for
free trade, they are being given a protec
tive tariff. Tho result is a general un
rest, which is one of the causes of the
The Herald cannot agree with this
view. It holds the Republican and not
tho Democratic party ansu erablu for tho
present troubles. It was tho Republi
cans who made tho McKinley tariff,
which, by giving artificial temporary pro
tection to American industry by means
of a Chinese wall around the country,
overstimulated production greatly in
excess of the demand, thereby precipita
ting an industrial and financial crisis and
compelling tho discharge of workingmen
and reduction of wages. The only possi
ble result is seen in the present labor
crisis, for which tho Republican and not
tho Democratic party is to blame.
Nothing has been so ruinous to this
country and nothing so dangerous in
time of peace as protection. It has been
as blighting to the interests of tho work
ingman as the seventeen year locusts to
the crops of the farmer. Its very pur
pose has been to benefit tho millionaires
rather than the millions. It has protec
ted wealthy wage payers, but not poor
wage earners. It has shut out foreign
competition with rich manufacturers and
encouraged foreign competition with
their employes by inundating the coun
try with foreign cheap labor. Under it
tho Pullmans, the Carnegies and the
Fricks have flourished and the American
laborer has suffered. It has given the
oyster to the master and tho shell to tho
The natural and inevitable fruits of
such a system have been seen every
where in closed factories, shut down
mills, paralyzed industries, reduced
wages and idle workingmen. They have
been seen in dull markets? financial strin
gency, industrial depression and threat
ened panic. Worse than all they have
been seen in tho destitution of American
workingmen, labor troubles and disas
Of these deplorable consequences,
which culminated in tho present diffi
culty, protection is the root and moving
caus'e, and for protection tho Republican
party is responsible. It is its author,
and has always been its champion.
Tried to Commit Suicide.
Sydney, N. S. W July 21. The two
men who, on April 1&, murdered Mr.
Mackoy, the manager of the Commer
cial Bank of Barraba, in tho Darling
district, because he refused to open tho
bank's safe and permit them to stool tho
contents, wero executed yesterday at
Tamworth. Cummings, one of the mur
derers, tried to commit suicido last
night by opening a vei n in his wrist.
Holds on Fire.
Columbus, Ind., July 21. At Peter's
switch, south of Jonesvillo on the Penn
sylvania lino, a disastrous field firo is
raging. Pennsylvania sectionmen and
others from this city were ordered to
tho scene to prevent further destruction
WhKy Burrel lxrdodcj.
Lima, O., 3sJy 21. A mysterious ac
cident hopiv nod in Nick Nicholas
saloon when . barrel of whisky explod
ed, demolishing part of the building and
letting fire to it. Nicholas and his fam
ily woio roscued from tho Becond story.
Died on the Gallows.
FAyetteville, W. Va., July 21.
Wash Adkins was executed yesterday
for tho murder of I. A. Radford at
Deep water, Nov. J, 1803. The drop foil
at 1:43. His nock was broken. Five
thousand people witnessed tho execu
tion. Slowly Weeding to Death.
Springfield, O., July 21. Mrs. John
W. Osbon is slowly bleeding to death.
Sho went to i dentiBt and had two teethi
pulled. This started the bleedinjr,
which has continued despite all effort!
to stop it.
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Cincinnati 2 0 0 10
Pittsburg 0 0 1 0
Butteries Chamberlain and Murphy:
Ehret and Mack. Umpire Gaffuey.
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land. THE MARKETS.
Review of the Grain nml Cattle Market
For July 20.
Sheep $2 K
Wheat 4850Xc Corn 45K53c,
Cattle Selcctedbutcuers, 13 C04 00; fair
to medium. 3 003 50; common, $3 00Q
2 85. Hogs Selected and prime butchers,
(5 30(35 4U; packing, $5 10(35 25; common
to rough, $4 I1O45 05. Sheep $1 003 35.
Lambs -82 00,3-1 85.
Cattle Prime, H 504 75; good, $4 '00
4 30; butcheis', $2 254 00; light steers,
$3 253 00; fat cows and heifers, $3 25
8 00; tresh cows, $30 0040 00. Hogs
Philadelphia's, 85 40(25 60; Yorkers. & 80
5 40; pigs, 55 80o 40; roughs, S3 CO
Hogs Select butchers, $4 955 00; pack
ing, $4 75(34 i?5. Cattle Prime steers,
14 504 65; others, $3 004 25; cows and
bulls, SI 50fo3 35. Sheep 51 503 60;
lambs, $3 004 75;
tember, 47a';47Kc. Oats
83c. Cattle-$4 804 70.
3 50. Lambs H 255 75.
Wheat Cash, 52)c bid; September.
63c. Corn Cash, 48Kc Oats Cosh
85c bid. Rye 44c.
3Iaysvlllo Retail Market.
GREEN COFFEE $ US &il
MOLASSES new crop, W gallon CO
Golden Syrup. 30 10
Sorghum, fancy new C$10
SUGAR Yellow,$Ib 6rt
Extra C, $ R A
A, V lb 6V
Granulated, $ ft 5M
Powdered, $ 16 7y
New Orleans, i It' i
TEAS?! tt 501 CJ
COAL OIL Headlight,? gallon 10
BACON Breakfast, $ lb. 12
Clearsldes, $ lb 10
llaras, $ lb (313
Shoulders, T . 10 &
BEANs fl gallon 30 (340
RTTTTEK 8 tt. 15 20
CHICKENtJ-Ench 25 35
EGGS !dozen 10
FLOUR Limestone. W barrel 24 00
Old Gold, W barrel 4 25
Maysvllle Fancy, a barrel 3 25
Mason County, barrel 3 60
Morning Glory. 1 barrel 3 JO
Roller King, barrel 4 25
Magnolia, ft barrel 4 2a
Blue Grass. i9 barrel.,
Graham, $ Rack 15
APPLES-) neck 60(370
HONEY ft lb.
MEAL ft peck
ONIONS ft peck
POTATOES $ peck, new.
CINCINNATI DIVISION CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO.
No. 16 10:10 a. m.
No. 2 2.03 p. m,
No.lSt 5:10 p.m.
No.20t 8.00 p.m.
No. 4 8:53 ).m.
No. 19 5:30 a.m.
No. 1 6:10 a.m.
No. 17 9.10 a.m.
No. 3 4.02 D.m.
No.lSt 5:10 p.m.
Daily. t Dailv excent bundav.
F. F. v. Limited No. 2 arrives at Washsngfon at
7-42 a. m.; Baltimore, 8:50 a. m.; Philadelphia, 11
a. m.: New York, 1:40 p. in.
F. F. V. Limited No. 3 arrives at Cincinnati at
5.50 p. m.
Washington Express No. 4 arrives nt Washing
ton at 2:45 p. m.; New York, 9.05 p. m.
Cincinnati Fast Line No. 1 arrives Cincinnati at
S.05 n. m. trtiyi fc&rt
Pullman sleeping car service to Richmond ni)d
Old Point Comfort by trains 2 and 4.
Direct connection at Cincinnati for alHpoints
Wot and South.
No. 1, 2, 3 and 4 do not stop between Maysvillo
Leaves Maysvillo at
5:47 a. m. for Paris, Lex
ington, Cincln'ti, Rich-
ston, Jellico, Middlesborough, Cumberland Gap.
Frankfort, Louisville and points on N. N. and
M. V. Eastern Division.
Leave Maysvillo at 1:50 p. m.for Paris, Cincin
nati, Lexington, Winchester, Richmond and
points on N. N. and M. V. Eastern Division.
Arrive at Maysvillo at 9.50 a. m. and 7:50 p. m.
All trains dally except Sunday.
Upholstering and Furniture Re
pairing of All Kinds.
A stock of Tapestry always on hand. Work
dono In a satisfactory manner and nt reasonablo
price, at No. 325 corner Plum and Fourth streets.
JOHN W. FARLEY.
Second Street, Near Limestone,
LOCK AND GUNSMITH.
Repairing of all kinds dono promptly and on
V. ZWKIOART, JR.,
DAILY MEAT MARKET,
Cornor ol Bocond and Button BtreeU,
Brings comfort and improvement niid
fnurla tr nnrsnniil finiovmeilfc whwi
1 rightly used. Tho many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
Icai expenditure, oy more prompt!)
adapting the world's best products to
tho needs of physical being, will attct
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in tho
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Its excellence is due to its presentirifr
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beneficial properties of a perfect lax
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It has given satisfaction to millions and
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Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
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and being well informedyou will not
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toggles Camp meeting
Tho time for holdine the mcetlne on these well-
improved and beautiful grounds t 111 be from
August 2nd to 16th, 1894.
Eminent clerevmen will be present men of
learning and popular talent. Among these will
bo Rev. Joseph H. Berry, D. D Editor of Tho Ep
worth Herald, Chicago, and Rev. Davis W. Clark,
A. M., of Union Church, Covington, Ky and
Ministers of the Covington and Ashland Districts.
Rovs. O. It. Frnnpor nnd II J Rnmey, Presiding
Elders, will havo charge of tho services. All
Ministers of tho District are expected to be pres
ent. Tho Children's Chapel will bo in charge of
Rev. Amon Rorelng. Professor W. G. Bloom will
havo charge of tho music, assisted by a splendid
choir. Tho privileges have all been rented to
responsible persons. Hotel, Charles Shckell and
J. it. Illuton; Confectionery, Plummcr Bros.;
Barber Shop, and Baggage, D. A. Cadwallader;
Stable, Jack Ifendrlckson. Omnibuses connecting
wnn uoais ana trains, unaer tno control 01 uar
bour iV Pollitt, will make two trips daily, morn
ing and evening, to nnd from Maysvillo ; faro 50
cents. Admission 10 cents. Any ono too poor to
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Charges for Glasses to suit your eyes aud Frames
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