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MINERS' CONFERENCE.
There Will Trobubly lie No Strike In the
Inillnnii District.
Tekru Haute, Intl., April CO. the
annual joint confcrcnco of Indiana
bituminous minors, preparatory to a
confereuco with operators to arrange
tho scale for the coining year, con
vened in this city yesterday. Every
district was represented and the meet
ing was unusually largo. Nothing was
accomplished looking to a settlement of
the present dilemma, tno day being de
voted to tho examination of credentials
and tho discussion of the situation. An
attempt to reach a settlement regarding
the price to ho asked by tho miners will
be luadoi
There were grave fears of a reduction,
and a striko, but it is believed this can
bo averted. Tho operators have made
the miners a proposition to pay tho
same scale as last year, with tho pro
vision that should tho Ohio operators
reduce their men 9 cents, tho men here
will accept a 5-ceut reduction to offset
this.
The action on the part- oi' tho opera
tors was brought about by a similar ac
tion on the part of Illinois. Tho miners
appear pleased with the proposition,
and it is believed they will accept and
that a striko will be averted.
Telephone Wir Declared.
Fort Wayne, Ind., April 00. It is
learned here that Mr. G. W. Biers has
left for Columbus, O.. to join with all
tho telephone plants to make war against
the Central Union and Bell Telephone
companies. This will have the effect of
a concentrated attack upon the old com
panies which are now suffering in al.
the smaller cities and town in Ohio, In
diana and Illinois by reason of tho op
position of new companies. Mr. Biers
will represent five companies in the
combination.
' NO STRIKE.
IMasslllon Miners Will Simply Wnlt For
That llnte.
Massillon, O., April 30. An absurd
report telegraphed from Canton says
that notices have been posted at tho
Massillou mines calling the men out on
May 1, and stating that 20,000 men are
affected. The dispatch is a tissue error.
Thero can be no definite developments
until after the joint, conference at Co
lumbus. The notice referred to is simply the
annual formal announcement that there
will be no work after May 1, until the
scale is fixed. This is in no sense a
fctrike.
Our Sick Cu(;res4ir.en.
Washington, April 80. The condi
tion of Representative Hitt shows but
little chango from that of yesterday.
The brain symptons are probably a lit
tle more encouraging and his mind is
clearer. Extreme weakness and feeble
ness prevail and the worst is feared.
Representative Coggswell of Massa
chusetts is not so well, but his physi
cian reports that tho patient is holding
his own.
Smallpox iu Clevolnnd.
Cleveland, April 510. New smallpox
cases are being almost daily reported in
the vicinity of the woolen mills, where
the plague first broke out. It lias been
decided, an a precautionary measure, to
burn a house where Ave cases developed
in one family. Scholars attendi ng w.
public schools in the vicinity are beinc
vaccinated as rapidly as possible.
'i roups ruereci out.
Minneapolis, April 80. A special
to Tho Tribune from Houghton, Mich.,
says: The Calumet and Houghton
militia company went to Manmetto on
a special train at midnight. Serious
rioting took placo on tho ore docks yes
terday evening, and Governor Rich has
ordered out tho battalion of tho Fifth
regiment to put a stop to the dis
turbance. One Woman KIIIh Another.
Bristol, Tonn., April 80. Mrs.
Martha Wallen of Blackwater, Lee
;ouuty, Va., stabbed Mrs. Lane Wallace
to death with a pitchfork. The mur
der was tho outcome of jealousy on tho
part of Mrs. Wallen, whose husband ap
pears to have been paying too much at
tention to tho murdered woman. Her
husband has lied tho country.
Death or Kev. Father Ward.
Washington, April 30. The Rov.
Father Ward, tho spiritual adviser at
Georgetown college, died here yester
day, aged 80 years. Ho was well known
ia Catholic circles, and formerly had
fuurge at Baltimore and Frederick, Md.
SSH Mri.'clt Another Well.
Portland, Ind., April 80. Emerson
Priddy has struck another big oil well
east of Camden, on tho Stansberry
farm. It is pumping 10 barrels an hour.
Tho J. B. White Oil company lias
leased 1,000 acres near Geneva, and will
put down wells.
Furniture Factory llurnod.
Chicago, April 80. Tho furniture
factory of L. M. Hamline & Company
was destroyed and the plant of Breeze
& Poters, manufacturers of sinks and
refrigerators, badly damaged by Are
Suuday aftornoou. Total loss, $50,000.
Guard Assaulted uy Female 1'rUnnors.
St. Louis, April 80. Sunday night
while attempting to lock up in their
cells in tho county a number of noisy
colored prisoners, a quartet of tho fe
male prisoners assaulted Night Guard
Barney Ruhr, kickiifg him severely.
With the aid of two detectives Ruhr
succeeded in locking up the obstreper
ous women.
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Furniture J'lant Dnniuccd by l'lro,
Rockford, Ills., April 80. The For
est City furniture plant was nearly de
stroyed by fire yestorday. A workman
by tho namo of Twaid fell four stories
irom a llro escape and was fatally in
jured. The blaze is thought to havo
been of incendiary origin. Loss, $7G
000, covered by insurance.
Fire in u Lodging Ilouse.
Los Angeles, April 80. John Her
ron, an Indianapolis real estate dealer,
was fatally burned in a lodging house
flro yesterday. His niece, who accidont
ly started tho fire by handling gasoline,
Was also Boverely burned. Herron has
been bedridden for months.
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THE MUSM TtlUCD UMFA.USUCCUSCR.
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ABSOLUTELY PURE
THE OLD RELIABLE
SWEET CAPORAL
CIGARETTE
Hat stood tho Test ol Time
MORE SOLO THAN ALL OTHER
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RANDS COMBINED
Dane Hull.
AT CINCINNATI It IJ E
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 Ox 8 5 2
Chicago 0000000000 0 5
Batteries Dwyur and Merritt; Griffith
and Moran. Umpire Emslie.
AT ST. LOUIS RUE
St. Louis 0 2 100280 1 9 14 2
Pitthburg 000 0000 8 25 9 8
Batteries Breitenstcin and Pcitz; Haw-
Icy and Mack and Sugdeu. Umpire
Betts.
AT LOUISVILLE R n E
Louisvillo 2 20000040 8 1C 5
Cleveland 8 2 0 4 3 0 4 8x 19 20 2
Batteries McDcrmott, Knell, Wads
worth and Cole and Zahucr; Cuppy and
O'Connor. Umpire McDonald.
Tho New York-Philadelphia, Washing
ton - Brooklyn and Baltimore - Boston
games were postponed on account of rain.
THE MARKETS.
Itcviow of the Grain and livestock Markets
For April 29.
lluuhio.
Wheat No. 1
hard, 72Jc;
No. 1 north-
jrn. 72K$72c; No. 2 red, 08(S09o; No. 1
white, 74o. Corn No. 2 yellow, 52-!ic;
No. 3 yellow, 62Jic Oats No. 2 white,
Hoc; No. 2 mixed, 32)o. Cattjo Receipts
157 cars; very dull, with buyers generally
bidding 15 to 20 cents lower. Hogs
Good mediums, $5 163 20; common to
good heavy ends, $1 75(35 00; roughs,
il 254 50; pigs, $3 055 15. Sheep and
lambs Cholco to best wethers. $4 50(ffl4 60:
good to choice, 84 604 75; fair to good
mixed, $4 15($4 65; common to fair, S3 WO
3 25; lambs, fancy heavy, S3 505 60;
good to choice, S3 950 05; fair to good,
fl 905 GO; spring lambs, common to
choice, $3 509 00
Uoston.
Wool Ohio and Pennsylvania XXX,
18c; XX and above, 10417o: x, 16c; No.
1, 1920c; No. 2, 1920o; flue unwashed,
12o; unnierehantublo, 1218o;Ohio comb
lug, No. 1 05-blood, 1920o; No. 2
blood, 1920o; Ohio delaine, 18c; Michi
gan X aud above, 14K15c; No. 1, 1819c;
No. 2. 19o; lino unwashed, 104llc; un
merchantable, 12o; Michigan combing No.
1 &-blooil, 19c; No. 2 i-blood, 18c;
Michigan dolalno, 1718c: Kentucky,
Indiana and Missouri: Combing -blood,
luJ418c, do i-blood, 10i18c; do brald.lo
17c; clothing -blood, 1017o; K-blood,
517c; coarse, 15c.
Cincinnati Tobacco.
Hhds.
Offerings 2,018
Rejections 456
Actual sales 1,602
Receipts 1,089
rue ouerings oi now ami oiu tooacco
during tho week sold as follows:
1,410 hhds of now: 31M, gl3 95; 403,
S4(J5 95; 169, ?67 95; 118, 89 95; 90,
$10ill 75; 110, S12014 75; 62,$1519 75; 7,
f 20(3 23 25.
602 hhds of old: 180, 13 95; 205, $4
5 05; 110, SO 7 93; 65, S49 95; 83, $10
11 75; 17, $12C314 75; 27, 1519 50; 10, $20
23 65.
l'iltsuurc.
Cuttlo Prlmo, 5 60o 00; good, U 90
6 30; good butchers', 14 504 90; rough fat,
W 25a3 80; bulls, stags and cows,
t'2 waa'd 60; fresh cows and springers,
fclo 0035 00. Hogs Phlladolphias, fco 20
(5 25; mixed, $5 1505 20; Yorkers, 5 10
5 15; pigs, 4 905 00. Sheep Extra
clipped, $1 154 80; good, $3 904 10;
fair, $3 2o3 50; common, fl 602 50;
best lambs. ?5 005 30; good lambs,
1 504 73; fair lambs, 2 504 00; spring
lambs, $4 00$4 70; veal calves, $3 00
4 00; wool sheep not wanted.
Cincinnati.
Wheat 66c. Corn-46K48o. Cat
tie Select butchers, S4 605 40; fair
to medium, ?4 004 60; common, $3 0U
3 75. Hogs Selected and prlmo butchers,
H 854 93; packing, $4 704 80; common
to rough, ei 254 65. Sbccp-3 25i 25.
Lambs 13 004 60; spring lambs 14 00
6 00.
Chicago.
Hogs Solected butchers, U 85 I 93;
packers, ?4 654 85. Cattle Prime steers,
15 t50 10; others, ?3 606 00; cows and
bulls, II 765 00. Sheep $2 254 60;
lambs, ?3 255 50.
iUaysvlIlo Ketall Market.
GREEN COFFEE-tb 'iS 27
MOLASSES new crop, V gallon 3o (ojfiO
Golden Syrup... 35 i0
Sorghum, fancy new (340
BDGAR Yellow, n i
Extra C, i!t. 5
A, $ tt. 5
(Irauulated. W 16 5
Powdered, K) ft VA
New Orleans, jj) ft 4k
TEAS--M ft 60(31 On
COALOIL Headlights gallon 15
BACON-Brcakfast, V ft 120
Clearsldes, 1 ft H io
Hams, If) ft 12 1!)
Bhoulders, IB ft &,
BEANB-H) gallon 80 f40
BUTTER $ (315
CHICKENS Each 30 35
EQGS-f) dozen (410
FLOOR Limestone, V barrel 14 00
Old Gold, ) barrel 4 00
Maysvllle Fancy, ) barrel 8 23
Mason County, barrel 3 25
Morning Glory. barrel 8 25
Roller King, J( barrel 4 00
Magnolia, p barrel 3 75
Blue Grass, If) barrel 8 00
Grabam, f) sack 15 20
HONEY-) ft- 15 (320
HOMINY-f) gollon 20
MEAL 'ifl peck , 20
LARD VPOUnd 010
ONIONS ii peck 40
POTATOES-W peck, new- . 25
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Silonco a Nuisanco.
Speaking of the young man who talks
in public places, I heard a retort made
to him recently which was eo good I was
surprised never to havo heard it before.
It was at the theatre,,and the young man
had seen tho play before. He lot every
body for four seate around know that,
andhe kept telling just what was coming
and just how funny it would bo when it
did come. Ho had a pretty- girl with
him, and ho was trying to amuso her.
At length he enid :
"Bid you over try listening to a play
with yoiu eyes shut? You've no idea
how queer it seems."
A middle-aged man with a red face sat
just in front. He twisted himself about
in his seat, and glared at the young man.
" Youric man," said he, " did you over
try listening to a play with your mouth
shut?"i
And the silence was almost painful.
Washington Post.
The Modern Mother.
Has found that her little ones are im
proved more by the pleasant laxative,
Syrup of Figs, when in need of the lax
ative effect of a gentle remedy, than by
any other, and that it is more acceptable
to them. Children enjoy it and it benefits
them. Tho true remedy, Syrup of Figs,
is manufactured by the California Fig
8yrup Co. only.
Negroes Dying Out.
Columbia, S. C, April 20. At tho meet
ing to-night of the fcouth Carolina State
Medical Association, Dr. De Saueseuro
read a paper on the future of tho negro
in the United States. He said the race
is dying out, and quoted from statistics
obtained from tho Charleston Health
Officer. In the seven years extending
from 18S0-87 inclusive, the average col
ored people of the city 28,730; deaths,
8,932 ; births, 6,301). Among the whites,
in about the same number oi population,
the deaths were 3,895 ; births, 3,854. The
seven years from 18S7 to 1891 inclusive
gave the following as to tho negro popu
lation: Deaths, 9,004 ; births, 0,701.
Lightning Hot Drops
What a Funny Namel
Very True, but It Kills All Pain.
Sold Everywhore, Every Day
Without Relief, There Is No Pavl
Wrong Somewhere
a dozen symptoms tell you so.
Disordered stomach, unstrung
nerves and loss of appetite; a
feeling of indifference for the
world and everybody in it, in
cluding yourself; eruptions that
try to force the "badness" out
through the skin all tell their tale.
It's Your Blood
i inai s raising an ims aisiurDance.
You'd turn away in disgust from
a polluted stream of water, but
you'll let your blood the food
of your vital organs remain in
just this condition. Don't do it;
take
Brown's
Iron Bitters
It will cleanse your system of the
pmi! of tliM n!ttv RiifferinfS
I
( and fill your veins with new and
lively blood, rich in nourishment, i
I Brown's Iron Bitters is pleasant
to take. It will not stain the teeth
nor cause constipation. See the
red crossed lines on the
wrapper.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO.,
BALTIMORE, MD.
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WANTED.
WANTKD A few reliable men to canvass lor
most complete aud best known nurseries
In the Vailed States. Special inducements.
EM.WANGEK & BA KltY, Rochester. N. Y. 29Ct
WANTED To tell at wholesale or retail, end
of stock of dry goods ntagrcnt bargain.
A. J. McDOUGLE, agent. 117 Suttou street,
Maysvllle. Ky.
XT ANTED Any one lmvlug n six-room dwell
f V ing house for rent will please apply at this
ottlco. 23-tf
WANTED To borrow &100.Vill givo mortgage
in 31,000 dwelling, with store attached.
Apply at this ofllce.
WANTED Washing and ironing and will do
lnfce ourtains aud lied clothes. Apply to
SILVA JOHNSON, No. 39 East Second street, tf
FORSALTD.
FOK SALE A two-story framo dwelling on tho
Uermnntown pike Just outsldo tne city
limits. The lot fronts 100 feet 8 inches and ex
tends back 105 feet. There is on the premises a
ucver failing spring. Will sell for S'.KX) cash : it is
a bargain. Call on or address 51. J. MCCARTHY,
nuu.KTiN olllce.
PUBLIC SA
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On Saturday, May 4th, 1895,
At 10:30 a. in., I will oiler at public sale, on the
premises, thollousoand Lot lately owned and oc
cupied by Miss Faithful Higgins, deceased, situ
ated on Second street, iu tho First ward. Terms
made known on day of sale.
ROBERT A. COCHRAN, Jr.,
td Executor of Miss Faithful Higgins, deo'd.
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Free!Free!Free!
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DO ADVERTISEMENTS PAY?!
This question is often asked. To answer it wo havo decided to put on sale our
larpo stock of fancy LAUNDRIED and UNLAUNDRIKD SHIRTS, which nro nindo
of tho very best material and latest styles fifty dtfierent colors at 50c, 5o. and
SI. Wo sell all theso goods at oke-timrd orr, but to make this tho best bargain that
you will ever Ket wo also ivo away free tiFIMS SILK TIE with ovory
Shirt bought of us, only on condition you bring tho coupon in this advertisement.
II Coupon:?
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Tho lienror
one silk Tin
Shirt. Cut
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This offer is only for two weeks, beginning April 10, 1895, so if you want to take ad
vantage of it call at once, for our experience in sales of this character is the best are
first to go. You will therefore bo wise to como early.
The Misfit Clothing Parlor,
No. 128 Market Street, Maysvllle, Ky.
We Always Lead
With tho Delicacies of the
Season.
Fancy largo Strawberries,
Fresh Cucumbers,
Long Red Radishes,
Fancy Curley Lettuce,
Home-grown Asparagus,
Home-grown Rhubarb,
Spring Onions,
Fancy Lemons,
Juicy Oranges,
Large Bananas,
Apples.
We have a choice lot of Seed Potatoes and all
kinds of Garden Seed of tho best varieties. Yel
low Onion Sets 20c. per gallon. We will contin
ue to sell Canned goods at rock-bottom prices.
The people's cheap grocery.
Successors to Hill & Co.
-.MASOJV CO UNTYzzz
FARMS
FOR SALE.
The undersigned offers two farms for sale,
one containing 230 acres and the other 10 acres
The first tract Is located on the Stoncy Hollow
pike and is well improved.
A Good Dwelling of Six Rooms,
Three Barns, Ice
House
and other Outbuildings, and It has on it a good
Orchard. Tho smallor tract Is a part of the old
Montjoy farm, and has on It a Dwelling of four
rooms and a good stable. For further particu
lars address GEO. R.WELLS,
"tf Bernard, 5Iasou County, Ky.
WE HAVE THE BEST SE
LECTED LINE OFXMflSH
uuuua in uun c.Arcm-
ENCE.
NOVELTIES in Celluloid,
Plush, Wood and Metal Goods.
Handsome assortments Stand
and Triplicate Mirrors.
CUT GLASS BOTTLES AND
PERFUMES.
THEO. C.POWER
JAMES N. KEH0E,
Attorney at Law,
Office: Court street, cast side.
DR. L. H. LONG,
Physician and Surgeon.
Olllce: 130 West Second Street.
k SOKKIKS,
Second Street, Near Limestone,
LOCK AND GUNSMITH.
Ropalrlng of all kinds dono promptly and on
reasonable terms.
MAYSVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY
and DYE WORKS,
121 Third street. Ladles' and Gentlemen's Gar
ments Cleaned, Dyed and Pressed Hotand cold
Baths In connection,
ton k mm,
CU HORSE IkVw
AND fcJ3L
JjACK BILLS Ki
JNcatly executed atjX JW-.-.js
ytho Bulletin offlco.CrSJtv
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nf this nnunoil is entitled to
on condition ho buy of us a !
tills out and bring ft to the
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ACADEMY
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VISITATION
MAYSVHXK, KY.
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR Y0UN0 LADIES
A school o! excellent advantages for a thorough
education In every department. Modern Lan
guages and Freehand Drawing taught without
extra charge. Point-print method used in teach
ing those who are blind. Musical department
under the able direction of a graduate of a noted
conservatory. Parents and guardians will bo
given full particulars as to terms and reference
on applying to
SISTERS OFTRE VISITATION, B.V.M.,
MAYSVILLE KY.
W. L. Douglas
&S dUOE IS THE BEST.
3W$ dflVbFITFOR A KING.
S. COEDOVAN,
rRENCH&CNAMElLED CALF.
;4.$3.sp FineCalf&Kangarou
$3.5PP0LICE,3 SOLES.
426,o92.W0RKIN6ME(s
' -EXTRA FINE- ,J-
2.l.7?BOYS'SCH00l5H0El
LADIES'
SEND FOR CATALCGUE
nHOCKTOH.MRS5.
Over One Million People wear the
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
AH our shoes are equally satisfactory
They give the best value for the money.
Tbcy equal custom Shoes In style and fit.
Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed.
The prices are uniform, stamped on sole.
from 91 10 53 savea over uiner-muttcs.
If your dealer cannot supply you wo can. Sold by
Dealer, whose name will shortly appear hero
Agents wanted. Apply ntouce.
-r St. GILMOKE,
Granite, Marble and
FREESTONE WORKS.
All kinds of Monumental work done In the best
manner. Second street, above opera house.
NORTHEASTERN
Telephone Company.
Maysvllle, Mayslick, Helena, Helena Station and
Flciningsburg.
Messages promptly delivered. Bates reasonable
Maysvllle ofllce at the ofllce of Wells & Auder
son's livery stable, on Market street.
H. G. WELLS, General Manager.
1 F. ZWEIGAKT, .JH.,
DAILY MEAT MARKET.
Corner ol Becond and Hntton Ntrceu;
RAILROAD SCHEDULE.
CINCINNATI DIVISION CHESAFEAKK AND OHIO.
East.
West.
No. 101 5:S0 a.m.
No. 1 6:07 a.m.
No. 17 8:59 a.m.
No. 3 3:69 p.m.
No.lSt 5:00 p.m.
No. 10. 10:00 a. m.
No. 2 1:38 n.m.
No.lSf 5:05 p.m.
no. Ar w p. m
No. 4. 8:50 i.m
"Dally. flJaily except Sunday.
F. F. V. Limited No. 2 arrives at Washington at
C:50 a. m.; Baltimore, 8:05 a. m.; Philadelphia, 10:25
a. m.: New York, 12:53 p. m.
F. F. V. Limited No. 3 arrives at Cinclnnntrat
5:50 p. m.
Washington Express No. 4 arrives ot Washing
ton at 2:45 p. m.; New York, 9:05 p. m.
Cincinnati Fast Line No. 1 arrives Cincinnati at
8:05 a. in.
Pullman slccniug car service to Richmond and
Old Point Comfort by trains 2 nnd 4.
Direct connection at Cincinnati for all points
West and South.
No. 1, 2, 3 and 4 do not stop between Maysvlllo
and Nowport,
HAYSVIU.KDIVI8IOH.
Southbound.
Leaves Maysvlllo at
6:47 a. m. for Parls.Lex
ingtou, Cincin'ti, Rich-
ston, Jelllco, Mlddlesborough. Cumberland Gap,
Frankfort, Louisville and points on N, N. and
M. V. Eastern Division.
Leave Maysvlllo at 1:50 p. m. for Paris, Cincin
nati, Lexington, Winchester, Richmond and
points on N, K. and M.V. EasternDlvlslon.
Northbound.
Arrive at Maysvlllo at 9:50 a. m. and 7:30 p.m
All trains daily except Sunday,
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