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VOL. 5 NO. 5. JISMs&Bro, the music BEGINS O THE TUNE OP- Low Prices. Put on sale their entire stock of Ladies', Misses,' and Children's Cloaks, Russian Circulars and Newmarkets at about half the former prices. An early call secures best bargains. BLANKETS. BIG- Bargains in Blankets ! Grey Blankets at 75, 90, 1.00 and $1.25 per pair. WHITE Blankets at 1.25, 1.50, 2.00, 2.50, 3.00, 3.50 and 4.60 a pair. UNDERWEAR. Men's White Merino Shirts at 25, 35, 40, 45 and 50 cents each. Men's Scarlet Wool Shirts and Drawers at 50, 65, 75, 90 and 1.00 each ; splendid value. Ladies' Merino vests at 40, 45 and 50 cents each. One thousand yards Canton Flannels at 5, 8, 9 and 10 cents per yard. NEWSTOCKofHOSIERY Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Jerseys, Caps, Hoods and Nubias, now opening at Lower Prices than tho Lowest. J. W. SPARKS & BRO., Market Street, Below Second. WILL POSITIVELY APPEAR At Washlugton Opera House, TUESDAY, December I. J5STONE The show of Now Features I Something to please everybody. I.W. BAIBD'S Sjtyigygg and ROYAL 11 AND-BEL RINUKKS, which Is now absolu oly the Htrongesi show tiio Greatest show, tho Best show hwforo the people of America to-day, making Two Complete Shows in One! airWnteli or the Grand Parade of Halrd's aoul anil Silver Cornet Baud. Mut Elder, L:ulor ilnll at noon, Ireo to all. uesert cu sou is ou saio iti narry Taylor s. O J. DAVaaiEUl'Y, Deslguor ond dealer lu MONUMENTS, TABLETS, Headstones, Ac. Tho largest stock of tho latest desluus. Tho best material anil work ever otlereu lu this section of tho state, at reduced prices. Those wanting work In Gran lto or Murblo aro lnvltod to oill and see for themsolves. Second street, Maysvlllo. t axe t wonnicu. Oontrotor, ARCHITECTS and BUILDERS Plans and specIflcattorjB furnished on terms and all work satlniactorlly and promptly iiono. Office ou Third street, between Wall and Hntton. w AIX A WOKTIUNGTON, f QAnUKTr H. WALL, (.K.L. WOITHINOTON Attorneys and Counselors. at Law, Will praotlco In all courts In Milton and ad-joining counties nud In tho Hiifmrlor Court and Court of Appeals, All collections given prompt attention. nnvHd&w SMITH'S KIDNEY TONIC-TRY IT. MAYSVILLE, (HENDRICKS DEAD Our Vice President Passes Suddenly and Peacefully Away. LIKE A GENTLE SLEEP. WITH HALF CLOSED EVES HE SEES THE GREAT FUTURO. With No Ono Near, it Lift) Which Wn Filled With Much of Our Nnrlou' History, Good Out mid Carrie with tu Mielul mid 1'olltictil Trayeily llltt Life. THOMAS ANDREW HENDHICKS, Indianapolis, Nov. 120. Vlco President Hendricks died vory suddenly at his a fow minutes before 5 o'clock. He carao homo from Chicago early in tho week and complained of feeling unwoll, but nothing serious was thought of it at tho time Ho and Mrs. Hendricks attended tho rec?p tion at tho'rosidonco of Hon. John J. Cooper, and after bo camo nomo bo complained o pains in his sido and stomach. In tho morning ho was no bettor, and his family physi cian, Dr. Thompson, was called in. Ho gavo him an emetic and later in tin day an injection. Mr. Hondricks stayed in his room all day and tho most of tho time in bed, although ho sat up at frequent inter vols. Ho received no callors but about 5 o'clock Mrs. Hendricks loft his bedsldo to seo a caller for a few minutes in tbo parlor. Sho was dolayod lonor than she expected and when sbo returnod to tho room sho found that Mr. Hondricks was dead. Tho ond of a busy aud ovontful life had conn peaceably and quietly. On his faco thoro was no indication of pain or suffering, aud his eyes woro only half closod, as if in a gontlo sleop. Dr. W. C. Thompson aud relativos of the family were immediately sont for. A reporter called about flftosn minutoi after Mr. Iloudrlcks had diod. Thoro wai n sceno of much coufusiou at tho houss, and it was with tho greatest dilllculty that uny information could bo obtained further thau that givon abovo. Thoro was nobody in his room whon ho diod, and only Mrs. Hendricks, tho servants and a callor In the house Mrs. Hendricks was almost distracted with grlof, and could not restrain her feelings sufllclently to talk. Tho houso was filled with anxious friends, whilo a crowd collected around tho door, and it was found necessary to refuso them admission. Dr. Woodbury, who como in with Dr. Thompson, says that ho is inclined to bollovo that tho vico president's death was caused by somo affection of tho heart, for had it been appoploxy there would havo been soma indications of it in tho ot his faco. Ho complaiuod principally of his stomaca in tho morning, although thoro was a nervous twitching of his face. Tho news spread through tho city llko wildfire, and all tho ilro aud other bolls in tho city wero tolled sixty-six tlmis, on stroke for each yoar of hU lifo. All tho nowspapers put out bullotlns and their olllcos wero crowdod with peoplo anxious to learn tho particulars. Manifestations of sorrow aro universal, as tho decoased was personally known to a largo number of pooplo, irrespective of party, with whom ho was a favorite. At a mooting 'of a numbor of promlnont citlzons held In tho United States district court room a committoo consisting of Senator Ben Hurrison, W. H. English, Judge "W. E. Niblock, Noblo C. Butlor and Acqullla Jones wero appointed to confer with the family and mafco all tho arrangements for the obsequies. Senator Voorheos and Congressman Hoi-man tclegraphod from Washington that tho government would bo officially roprosontoJ at tho funeral. It is oxpoctod that the funeral will occur on Monday next, v Mr. Hendricks has no family asldo from a wife, and ia said to bo worth a huuJrol thousand dollars. Tuuiira Anlrws Hendricks was bom in KY., F1UDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1885. Muskingum county, Ohio, September 7, 1819. In 1823 bis father settlod in 8holby county, Indiana. Thomas graduated at South Hanover collogo In 1841. studied law at Chambers-burg, ., was admitted to tho bar there In 1843 and rcturnod to Indiana to practice. In 1848 ho was a monitor of the locrlslatiiro. and in 1850 a delegate to tho state constitutional convention. From 1851 to KM bo represented tho Indianapolis district in congress, from 1855 to 1H69 was commissioner of tho general land office nnd from 18(53 to 1H09 was a membor of tho Unitod States senate, in which ho was regarded as a loader. In tbo Democratic national convention of 1808 in Now York, ho was strongly supported for tho nomination to tho preildouoy. As andldato for governor of Indiana ho was lefeated in 1800 and in 1S08, but was eloctod n 1872 for tbo term ending Jauuary 1, 1877. Ho continued tbo practico at law until h is ilcctton as governor. Ills nomination for vlco president .upon the Tilden ticket is well remombered. From thnt tiino ho remained in tho practico of law at Indianapolis, without taking any very active part in public affairs, until he bocatno adelocato to the Domnnrntin XnHnnnl rnn. veutloti at Chicago in ISS4, by which ho was nominac'd for tho vice ortsi lencv. sins. TnfMAS a. hendricks. . Mrs. Hcndrick tho wifo of the vice was Mis Eliza C. Morgan she man-led Mr. in 1845. Her grandfather, Dr. Stephan Wood, was ono of the earliest settlor! of Hamilton county, Ohio. Mr. nud Mrs. Hendricks havo had but ono child, a son, who dlel whon three years old. , Tho rretl'innt'n ctlon. Washington, Nov. 20. Too news of the vice president's deatu reached thU city about J o'clock in press bulletins, ond the president soou ntter received a telegram from Wm. H. English, confirming the report Upon the receipt of this the president's pri vato secretary addressed tho following notice to each member of tho cabinet: "Executive Mansion, Nov. 25. Sin Tho president directs mo to inforr you that the vico president died of paralysis at his homo in Iudiauapolis at 5 o'cloe. Tho members of tho cabinet aro requested t; meet th president at 8:30 o'clock. "Very rospoctfullv, , "DantelS. Lamont, "Private Secretary." Tho cabinot bjjan to assemble almost i n mediately and other officials began to call at tho White Houso for information as t what was to bo dona Tho 1'rncliiinittlnn, Ktc. Washington, Nov. 21. Secreturvs Bay ard, Endicott, Whitney aud Lamar an i Postmaster General Vilas tho meeting. Tho session did not adjourn until utter 11 o'clock, when tho following proclamation was issue 1 : "Executive Manpion, I "Washington, D C, Nov. 25 J "To the 1'top.e of t.ie United States : "Tnonios A. Hendricits, vice presidont oi tho United States, died at 5 o'cloc p. in., m Iudiauapolis, und It becomes my mournful duty to announce tbo distressing fact to his-fellow-countrymen. "In respect to tho momory and tho omi nont und varioJ services of this high ofllciol and patriotlo publlo servant, whoso Ion-career was so full of usefulness and honor to his state, and to tho Unitod States, it U ordered that tho national llag be displayed at half most upon tho public buildiugs ot tho Unitod States; that tho oxocutive mansion and tho sovoral executive departments in tho city of Washington bo closod on the day of the funeral, and draped in mourning for tho poriod of thirty days; that tho usual appropriate military aud naval honors be rendorod, aud that on all tho legations and consulates of the United States in foroign countries tho national llag shall bo displayed at half mast on tho reception of this ordor, and tho usual emblems of mourning bo adopted for thirty days. "GnovEii Cleveland. "By tho Presidont "T. P. Bayaiw. "Secrotary of State." "Tho following solf explanatory corres pondence was made public" Immediately after tho adjournment of the cabiuot: "Indianapolis, Nov. 35. "To President Cleveland: "Vico Prosidout Hendricks tlioJ suddonlv this afternoon. Djsoaso probably paralysis. "Wm. H. English." "Indianapolis, Nov. 25, "To PreslJent Olovuland, Washington: "Mr, Hondricts sent me a messago in tho afternoon, at which time ho was sligutly unwell only. Ho died about 4 p. in. No ono bolng present at tho actual moment of bis death. Dr. Thompson, his physician, thinks pnralysls of tho boort occasioned his death, which was wholly unexpected. "Wm. n. English." "Executive Mansion, ) Washington, Nov. 25. j "Mrs. T. A. Heutlrieks, Indianapolis. Iml. "Tuo sudden and lamentaulo death of your husband excites my profound sympathy for you in this lour of your great boreavomeut, ami I sincerely mourn tho decease of ono so lately nsucciatod with mo fo)tho execution of tho people's hlghost trmt, whilo tho nation mourns tuo loss of an houorabfe citizen and a. faithful public servant. ' Ghoveh Cleveland." "Executive Mansion, i Washington, Nov 25 . f "t am 1 by tho pvcsMont tn inform you tun. iid u.ii received inioJi.gJCj . 1' .ue death of Hon. Thomas A. Hendricks, vlco pres.daut of tho UnitsJ States, and to convoy to you his suggestion that you tako Immediate step", In conjunction with tho house of representatives, to sscuro a proper representation of congress at tho funeral of tho deceased. Very respectfully, your obodient servant, Daniel 8. Lamont, "Private Secretary." It was decided by tho cabiuet that tho president and members of tho cabinot should attend tho funeral in a body. '" '-M I " ' ' FOUND STRAIGHT. Tho Accounts of tho c omuilttoo Aro Correct, und So Adjudued. Philadelphia, Nov. 27. Tho Methodist church extouslou board hoard and adopted tho report of its 'commkteo appoluted to investigate J. W. Price's cnargo3 of by tho board o' its funds. Tho report exonorntcs tho board. It says that not a dollar of tho 83,500,003, collected nud dlshurjsd by tho board sinco lta foundation in 1831, has been lost or or uuaccountoJ for, though tho number of ministers acting as it3 ageute havo never been lesj than 0,000 and is now about 13,000. Waatovor slight loiss havo occurred hav,. been thrjuah misanDllcatlon of tlm fnmU after passing bjyoud the control of tho board and iuco tnat of local churches or their agent. Tho committoo. without vouching for tho correctness of Corresponding Secretary judgmentiu nllcases, are unanimous lu testifying to bis honest, faithful aud do-voted attention to tho wolfaro of tho church and to tuo special trust committed to his caro. THE FOURTH POOL Strikers Attempts ti Drive tlio Minor Out The Itcmilt. Woods Run, Pa., Nov. 27. All was excitement in tho Fourth pool among tho miners. An exasperated flotilla of fltrlsers from various points below arrived hero, thj baud playing "Itilly Round tho Kldg Boys." Tho unlou men turned out eu masse, received their bretliron, and togotuor'ihay wont to the HeU of Noll's Mines. Oparntor Neil was there with a shot gun. Excitement ran blgo. Many ot the singers appeared to bo rather of a desperate character. About ono hundred and fifty men aro working at Neil's mines and fifty at tho Globe. One huudrod of thosn min worn mnt nm1 onlored peromptorily to return homo. Their dinner buckets wore takon from thorn and tho contents dovourod by tho strikers. fights ensued, but tho men woro fluallv driven from the field. Tho strikers boarded their craft and started down tho river. Another aud moro sarious attack is conto n-plated on arrival of tho strikors' boat leaving Pittsburg. THE HIPPODROMERS. Sclinofer, ll)Kson nml Vlgnaux Will "ucUer" Now York. Chicago, Nov. 27. Schaefer, Slosson and Vlgnaux havo given notice to tho ment of tho late billiard touruamont to do- duct from their sharo in tho gate receipts $500, each to bedeposited with tho New York Clippor for a sweepstake championship tournament, Balk lluo game, to tako place In Now York city botwoon 15 and February 15. Tho tournament 13 open to tho world but any player who wishes to enter must deposit $500 with tho New York Clipiwr within toa duys. The winner is to recoivo 50 per ceut. of tho stake raouoy and tho net receipts, and a suitablo emblem indlcatlvo of tho championship. Thirty per out goes to tho second, and tftenty to tho third. Tljo tournament will bo played to a finish. If any additional entries aro received ono game between each contestant will Lo played; otherwise tho threo named will plav two games each, as in tho recout tourna ment. Mr. and .Mrs. DoiHcy. Newpout, R. I., Nov. 27. not to oxamiua Mr. aud Mrs. Dorsoy, cUnrced with tho murder nf Bun I. and a postponomeut bos been mado until noxt Tuesday. Counsol tor tho prisoners nj piled to Judge Wilbur of tho supremo com forthoprlviledgo ot allowing Mrs. Dorsey to soe her sister, Miss Burton, who had maao 8ucn a startling coniession, Lut objection was raised by Attorney Gonoral Palmer and sustained by tho court, nnd tho request was refusod. Porsonv in a condition to know state that Miss Burton's confession was unsolicited and that no promises or threats woro mado to her. It is not truo that oituor or his wife admit their guilt. Tho storv of tho confession continues to oxclto horror and indignation bore. Tho mutter is tho principal topic of discussion. Fiilth Ciiicrs. PiTTSBurto, Nov. 27. Tuo largo auditorium o! tho Third Presbytorn church was well filled at tho holiness convention. The timo from 10 to 2 o'clock was occunloa in explaining the blblo grounds for belief in divino healing and how to obtaiu it. From 12 to 12:80 o'slock tho timo was devoted to answering questions thuu had been handed to tho chairman. From 2 to 4 p. in. a season was devoted to bearing iersoual testimony from thoso who hod experienced tho diviuo uoallug powor. From 4 to 5 o'clock was devoted to a cousuitatlon a annotating sorvico for thoso who so deslro. This servico was held privately in tho church parlor. About fifteen of thoso present availed themselves of tho opportunity. Tho closing services of tlio convoutlon woro hold in tho Third United Presbyterian church. THE LAST CUP. A Gambling Don Ilurns Found lu the Itulua ltoaitod. New Orleans, La., Nov. 27. Tony gambling don and adjoining tenements on Pondras street was destroyed by fira Whio tho boys woro playing in tho dobris thoy discovered tho body of tho man in tho oshos, burnod beyond recognition. By a gold ring on his finger, howovor, ho was identified as Edward Murphy, a blacksmith, who roturnod from Mexico a wook ago. Murphy went ou a sprco with $100 In gold on his person, and whon ho retired to his room was very druuk. FJro did not awakon him, and no wio tnoughb to arous ) him. PRICE ONE CENT. ALPHONSOTHEXII Spain Bowb Her Head in Momory of a King, THERE IS NO SORROW. HIS REIGN WAS A CHAPTER OF DIRE DISASTER-. Tho Culloil With Only Two (jiieon Inrlo Christina Appointed HfRoiit Tho Cnhlnot I lio Ki'inulin Furelca. ALFONSO XII, KINO OP SPAIN. Madrid, Nov. 20. Tho dying ngoules of King Alfonso lasted almost continually from Monday afternoon until this morniug. Throughout Monday night his majesty had a suce8sion of spasmodic fits, which wero th result of fear, and tho debility caused by his long illness and his inability to rotaln or assimilate food. Six eminent physicians from Madrid and two local practitloners'of El Pardo woro in constant attendance. A general consultation was hold Tues day morning and tho physicians decidod that their royal patlont wns in danger of 6. continuance of tbo spasms throughout Tuesday, and, indeed, until ho should bo of his sufTorJnes by death. It was this proguostlgation by tho doctors which started tho rumor that tho kiug was already dead. Tho gloomy foreboding of tho doctors was literally f ulfltiod. Tho king suffered Intense agony ot short intervals. Early Weduesday morning tho nttoudin physicians Raw that tho oud was near an tho royal family, tho chief oillcors of state and tho cabinet ministers wore summoned. All responJed In porsou oxcopt tho ministers of war and tho interior, who wero unable to reach E. Purdo in timo. Tbo papal nnucio was also present, bearing tho upostolio benediction of tho pope, which ho was just in timo to give to the dying monarch. The kiug died preclsoly at 8:15 o'clock Woduesdav morning. Premier Carovas forthwith "summoned a mooting of the cabinet, aud it was hold al most immediately, tho only absentees bolng tho two ministers abovo motioned. Tho cabinet formally appointed Qaeen Maiia Christina regeut of Spain, in accordance vith tho Spanish law of succosiion. lu complmnco with anothor provision of thosamo law, all the members of tho reslgued, but thov will retain their portfolios and perform theduebs of thair olllcos ponding the announcement of the re-goats pleasure. Alfonso Francesco do Assi3l do la Grogorio, etc., is tho eldest ton of Isabella II, born Nov. 28, 1857. Fow young men but a Spanish king of 28 years would havo had so much turmoil crowded Into their lives sinco. Whi lo ho woj a child, Spam, undor his mother's reign, roso to tako rank among tho great powers of Europe. Just as tho internal progross of tho country was making tho most' rapid strides, llko a Hash a groat revolution broko out In 1SC3, wnlch uothrouod tuu queen, causing hor to lleo with hor littlo family of live children across to Franca. In Pans and Vieuua Alfonso's studios woio prosecuted until 1671, whon ho entorod a military academy m Eugland. In 1870 hij motuur formally abd.cated tho throno in hU favor. Tho republican form of govorumont set up at Madrid undor Prim, berrano and othors proved unsatisfactory totao pooplo. so on Doc. 20, 1871, Goo. Campos proclaimed ALonso king of Spain. Tuo young king was just then in Paris, paying his mother a Christmas holiday viit Ho laid osldo his school books and pro-pared to return to Spain. Ho arrivod ui Sad rid Jan. 11, 1875, and was most recoived. Ouo year later ho took command of tho troops oporating against tlio Carilsts, and subdued tlio insurrection within a month. Ho waa now received with so much lavor that his mother thought it Eafo to rolurn to Spain, but in loss ttian six months siio loft for Paris in a pout because hor son was about to marry against hor wishes tlio old story. In 1878 Alfonso tnarrlod his cousin, tho Princess Mercode., but sho diod flvo months later. After sovontoon months as a widower, ho again married, this timo Maria Christina, daughter of tho late Archduko Charles Ferdinand, of Austria, by whom ho has had two daughters, which would havo pleased him moro had thoy boon sons, tho queen packed up hor trunks and started for hoi- mother's homo in Austria, and tlio gosiiui bad it that it was owing to tho gayuui m uer miabuuj. At any rate ho overtook her bof .ro sho had crossed tho border lato Franco, a reconciliation was offected, rcHuMag In Altonso being moro domestic:! tin .iuim.