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VOLUME vn. MATSVHJDB, KY. MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 1888. NUMBER 58. ! BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Combining IB02C wltft PURE VEGETABLE TOHIC8, quickly and completely CIKINSES and KHBIOIES THE BLOOD. Quickens the action of the JAitt nd Kldnejs. Clean tho complexion, raaxts the ikln smooth. It docs not lajare the teeth, came headache, or prodneo eon (Upatlon AM. OTHER IKON MEDICINES DO. Physicians and Druggists ererynhcre recommend it. Dn. N. B. Ruooleh, of Marion, Hun,, says; "I recommend Brown'- Iron Blttora as a raluable tonlo for enriching the blood, and removing all dyspeptlo symptoms. It dooa not hurt tho teeth." Dn, R. M. Delzuli, Reynolds, Ind,, says: "I hayo prescribed Brown's Iron Bitters in cases of aniemia and blood disease, alao when a tonio was Deeded, and it has prorod thoroughly satisfactory." Mo. Wm, Btiws, 28 Rt. Mary St., New Orleans, La., nys: " Brown's Iron Bitters reLloved me in a caao f blood poisoning, and I heartily commend it to those nfodine a blood purifier. Mi. W. 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Sanitary Pinmber, GAS 5 STEAM FITTEB Ourley's new system of House Drainage and Ventilation. Bath rooms fitted up with hot and cold water a specialty, Also a larg supply oi fron, Lead and Stone Pipe, Globe, Angle and Chech Valves, water and Bteam Gaugos, Force and Lift Pumps, Rub ber Hose Chandeliers, Brackets and Globes. Personal attention given to all work and sat isfaction guaranteed. T. J.CURLEt, Becond street, above Market, ortDoalte Om odscin '.;v -vtn. It.' int -nOBEBT BIS8KT, PRACTICAL PLUMBER Gas and Steam Fitter. MV Orders promptly attended t. No. 28 Bacond street, maris NORTHEASTERN KENTUCKY : TELEPHONE : COMPANY Has connection with (the following plaoos jnnysvllle. Helena, VtU Olivet, Hnyallulf. Hardin. Office In Maysvllle Browning & Co.'b Dry Goods Store, No. 2 East Becond street. TACOB LINN, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER, Fresh Bread and Cakes mado dally and de livered to any part of tho city. Parties and weddings furnished on short notice. No. to Becond street. C. W. WARDLE, DEWI IS T5 ZWEIGART'S BLOCK, D K.OF.WITT C. FKANHLIN, Dentist, Office: Button Btreot, next door to Postofnoe. TTVR. W. S. MOOKES, 13EJVTIST, Ofllce Becond Btreet, over Run von fc Hooker's drv goods store. Nitrous-oxide Gas administered in all onse. m IX, N. BM ITU, Kilt VStttMSwIflA twlAnnhlnn nnu wed for the painless extraction ef WjW3 wem. umco on uourt Hiroet. spioaiy .&.G?r DRUGGIST, flMW .1iav-yjv, AN APPEAL PREPARED. IT WILL BE SENT TO ALL OUR LABOR ORGANIZATIONS. It Says Mr. Corbln Mnkos Statements That Cannot he Sustained A Conlldontlul Letter to Messrs. Corbln and Kelm and the Reply Other Labor Neva Notes. Pottsville, Pa,, Jon. 80, Chairman Lee has left for Philadelphia and will bo joined there by Joint Committeo Chairman Davis and Executive Committee Secretary McGar vey, and these threo representing the strik ing miners in the Schuylkill and Lehigh re gions and the striking railroaders will speak in Baltimore. The joint committee were in executive ses sion to-day for final approval of a lengthy appeal passed ujwn and approved by Sub Division 12 and executive board of the Amal gamated associations, which In conjunction with an appeal for financial aid from Rail road Chairman Lee, is to bo circulated all over the country wherever there is a labor organization. The appeal starts out as fol lows: "President Corbin makes assertions that cannot bo sustained by facts. General Man ager Whiting has admitted to Chairman Davis that the construction placed upon tho now famous agreement by the joint commit tee is correct. The reason for a limit of time is that no agreement would bind tho receivers after January 1, and the clause that Corbin takes such hard grip on referred only to that provision. If tho Schuylkill miners returned to work at former rates, and had Manager Whiting the liberty and the confidence of the miners, whom he thoroughly understands, it would not have been misplacod. "Corbin makes a very indefinite half prom ise by saying: 'We will at any time, if they de sire, take up the question again and see If a more satisfactory new basis can be made.' Then again Manager Whiting's letter saying: I have received your communication rela tive to a new agreement to the Philadelphia office for instructions, and will likely' com municate with you in a few days,' is the last word received from tho company prior to the above quoted circular of President Corbin's. "Representative miners delivered to Pres ident Corbin in person a letter writton at his request saying they wore desirous of a con ference with him on the matter of miners' wages alone, pledging not to bring in rail road questions. This conference he has not yet granted and thus failing utterly to secure a conference on miners' questions alono with the assistance of National Master Workman Lewis, who bos official charge of the miners' ' strike," The following letter was sent to Presidents Corbin and Nevin, January 12: I "Wo submit tho following in confidence, not to betray our fellow-workmen, nor for the purpose of giving their opponents any advantage, but to settle this mutually ruin ous strike. i "First Discharge whom you please without any unjust or spiteful discrimination against those who have up to December 2(1 been your faithful and obedient employes on the rail road." I "Second Employ whom you please, giving preference to those who have served you be fore and who will be your most useful work men in resuming operations. "Third Renew with your miners tho agreement as existing from September 1, 18S7, to January 1, 18SS. With these conces sions to miners from you we can influence our fellow-workmen on the railroad to with draw any claims that may stand in tho way of immediate resumption. Should you not agreo we fear a long and serious struggle." I In this letter the alternative to be insisted upon by the company according to Mr. Cor bin's version has been conceded. First, the right to manage its. own property. Second, tho right to employ who it pleases. The fol lowing reply shows that tho minors could expoct nothing, and the railroaders still less. A reply dated January 14 says: "It is hardly worth while to go over the ground again, our position is so well under- , stood. Tho railroad question is ended never to be taken up again. As to the miners wo are willing always to pay as much as other coal companies, no more. A $2.60 basis would give our minors more than in any other locality, and by your letter you would expect us to pay still more. This is entirely out of tho question. KBIH, President." "The deficit which Corbin purports was given in charity to tho miners would bo moro than made up by tho simple transfer of twenty-five cents por ton from tho traffic receipts to the sales accounts of coal, making $12,720,000. The weakest of all Corbin's points is when he uses figures. Less writing for tho public and tho devotion of ten minutes to forming a new agreement for tho miners to accept would bo more in keeping with tho gentleman's position." Their Trade is Good. New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 80. There was a report here Thursday Janoway & Company, manufacturers of wall paper, had notified their hands that thoy would bo com piled to make a reduction of -10 por cent in wages, for somo weeks, on account of tho stringency of trade. The firm deny tho rumor in toto, and say thero is no shadow of truth init and that thero is nothing in the condition of their business to warrant such a report. Long' Strlko Ended. Steubenville, O., Jan. SO. The striko which has existed for seven long months at the Mingo iron and steel works has boon settled and the works will rosuino operation as soon as possible. Every whool has been stopped sineo June last, and when tho nows was given out that an agreement had been reached, and that tho largo establishment would start noxt week, thoro was great re joicing in Mingo. AVnnt Pay Tor Their Work. Ironwood, Mich., Jan. 80 .The employes of three of the Burton iron mines hero, First National, Blue Jack, and Bonnie, struck Fri day becauso thoy havo not been paid for threo months. Over four hundred uro out of work aud hi actual need bocauso they aro un piad. Illinois Miners. SrniNOi'iE: II., Jan. 80. Tho Illinois Minora' convention adopted tho report of tho legislative committeo which recommends that tho legislature pass a law to secure semi monthly payment of wages to employes. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. Topics of tho Times Given In a Torso Sploy Manner. and if. Nnrwnllr. O.. Vina trea tnn.lt rlnllvnrv. I Tho Kentuckv legislature refused tos?ote troops to Pike county. '' i lef t The Knights of Labor aro said to bo rajew idly decreasing in Canada. Col. John A. Keith, of Columbus, Ind., has suddenly becomo insane. Speaker Carlisle has loft Washington for Fortress Monroo to rocuporato. Lem McGregor, tho St. Joo Kid, is panting for another fight with Con Riley, of Dayton. Free mail delivery service has boon ex tended to the ten ns of Salem and Norfolk, Ohio. The whisky stew in tho Kentucky Distillers' association threatens to lay that organization entirely out A steamer arrived at San Francisco from Japan with smallpox on board. She wa3 quarantined. A terrible gas explosion at Plymouth, Pa,, killed Daniel Reese and four others wero fatally burned. William Williamson, young school teacher near Winchester, O., shot himself faUdly, being tired of life. At Wollsvllle, O., J. Frank Morrow got a divorce and was immediately remarried to his wife by her dying request Miss Etta Shattuck, a school teacher in Holt county, Nebraska, was so badly frozen that both legs were amputated. Thebalance; of trado with tho world for tho year 1887 was in favor of tho United States to the amount of $6,513,047. John L. Sullivan has issued a challenge which Jem Smith will either have to accopt or lose all claims to being a fighter. Tho crew of tho Mary Tobbots were picked up by on Italian brig and tuken to a port in Portugal. The vessel had foundered. Tho Sioux Indians have elocted twelve del egates to represent the nation at Washington on tho proposition to open the reservation. At Now Lexington, O., Mrs. Robert Bailey was granted a divorce on the grounds that Bho had ignorantly married her own father. A German named Anschlag was linched Santa Anna, Cal., for having murdered C. B. Hitchcock and wife for the purpose of rob bery. Thomas S. Gardner, of Chicago, was found guilty of using the mails for fraudulent pur poses, and was fined $500 in Judge Blodgett's court Eugeno Tafel, principal of a Columbus public school, drew tho salaries of toachers, amounting to $860, and suddenly disap peared. S. H. Poe, married, of Manchester, O., has boon sued for $.5,000 by Mrs. Josio Woods, a widow of Maysvllle, Ky., for breach of promise, Tho design submitted by Bruno Schmitz, I ttn of work in tho coal mines may be fol of Berlin, has been accepted by the Indiana ' lwe1 by lower prices of iron. At Pittsburg Soldiers' Monument commission. Tho work ! Bessemer iron is twonty-five cents lower; at is to cost $200,000. Fireworks, banqueting and chin mufdo welcomed John Reeves, newly-made grand chancellor of tho Knights of Pythias, to hla Lancaster, O., home. Two attachments wore granted against Solomon & Adler, tho assignod tobacco deal ers of New York, in the sum of $74,491. Fraudulent assignment is alleged. A band of twenty-sovon vigilantes has been organized at Stevens, near Winchester, O. Thoy call themselves tho "Black Masks," and will rid the neighborhood'of loafers. The secretary of the treasury has awarded a silver medal to Capt C. W. Johnson, of Winnoconno, Wis., for services rendered in saving lives during the post two years. Tho body of Frank Dcarmond, raurderod at Hunter's Bluff on the Tennessee river, near Chattanooga, Monday, was found to-day in in tho water, loaded down with weights. Tho Ohio Patriot, at Now Lisbon, is in Ik eightieth year, and tho Steuben villa Herald has just entered upon its eighty-third year. Tho State Journal was established in 1811. Tom Kennedy was awarded the gold modal for tho light weight championship of Ohio at tho Cincinnati Athletic club entertainment He 'basted Mike Hogan. of Middletown, in nino rounds. Dusky Rena Smith of Owensberg, Ky., ' applied at tho court house for an injunction to provont her lover from marrying another and wopt when informed that the law could not reach her case. Investigation into the affairs of tho Cen tral bank at Toronto shows that there was an organized schema of bank wrecking among the ofliciuls, six of whom have fled to tho United States. Philadelphia free traders held a largo and enthusiastic meeting to indorse President Cleveland's message. Congressman Breckin ridge, of Kentucky, and ex-Congressman Frank Hurd, of Ohio, were tho principal speakers. Foil From a High Trestle. Point Pleasant, W. Va., Jan, 80. A j man by the namo of Spencer slipped from ' tho timbers of the trestle on tho short span of the Ohio River railroad bridge at this place, falling a distance of sixty-five feet, killing him instantly. Ho had a family and was from Middloport, O. County Treasurer Goes "Wrong. ' Hioiihohe, Dak., Jan. 80. The examining committee of tho county commissioners havo found a deficit in the county treasury of over $11,000. Treasurer Bixby has turned over all his property to the county. Tho causo of tho big shortage is not known. Truvol Still Impeded. Boston, Jan. 80. Reports from northern Now Encrlnnd Itwlinalo an unijitflrnintad nnn. tinuanco of very cold weather. The move ' ment of trains is still greatly impodod. Tho snow is badly drifted and it will tako somo timo to clear the tracks. Death of an Inventor. Zanesville, O., Jan. SO. W. P. Brown, superintendent of the Brown Manufacturing company, and a noted inventor' of agricul tural iinplomonts, died at hU homo suddonly of apoplexy. Ho was flf ty-nino years old. A I) unco Lynched. , Chattanooga, Jan. 80. NewB has jurt reached tho city that David Dunco, wbo killed W. R. Wilson at KusscllviUo, Ala;, a- taw wcirAra irr tma lolrnn n 4lin -lull nfc IA.WW T1WM.Q a.fSa Hl HMU1I 11VIU U J1 " Bell Green Friday night and lynched. DUN & COMPANY'S REVIEW FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC BUSINESS BRIGHTENING UP. k of Coal Compel Many Iron nnd Other .'"Works to Stop Storms, Strikes and Dis agreements About Hates May Causo Trouble Treasury Cash Increased. New York, Jan. 80. R. G. Dun & Com pany's wookly review of trade says: Business, both domestic and foreign, has a moro encouraging appearance. Money is re ported closo at a vory few distant points, but comparatively easy everywhere else, and collections are fair in all quarters, with sub stantial improvements whero hardness has boon observed. The volumo of business has been afTected by storms and the blockading of railroads, but is geuorally fair for the season, and exchange outsido of New York is 8.0 per cent, larger thin for tho samo period last year. It is a decidedly healthy symptom that there is a general absence of speculative ex citement, and price of products are in most cases settling toward a more natural lovol, though tho average is sustained by tho scarcity of anthracite coal, tho scanty sup ply of vegetables and tho advance on cotton goods. Foreign trade in December was much more favornhlo than earlv statements j indicated, tho decreoso in imports of cotton, breailstuffs and provisions being partly bal anced by the increase in cattlo, petroleum and minor items, Tho excess of exports over imports of mer chandise, $21,130,78d, for tho month, with outgoing silver exceeding incoming gold by $670,031), indicate a withdrawal of capital exceeding $12,000,000 the average required for interest payment and undervaluations, but for the past six months receipts of for eign capital have exceeded withdrawals by $55,000,000. Tho returns for Ju-juary thus far indicate an increase of 5 per ceut. in ex ports over last year, prices having lately en couraged a more free movement of products, but the imports at New York,thus far show I inerBnM1 nf u ,r rent. A thn omorte exceeded tho imnnrts bv 820.000.000 Inst. Jan- exceeded tho imports by 820,000,000 last Jan uary, these reports point to a continued, though smaller, excess. The great strikes in tho anthracite coal regions coutinuo, and the scarcity of cool at many manufucturing points contrasts with tho official reports of largo movement to tidewater. The companies now obliged to stop work are vastly increasing their output, whllo many iron and other works which de pend upon the Reading and Lehigh supplies of fuel havo been obliged to stop. Iron is perceptibly sustained in price for a timo by this enforced curtailment of production, and several southern furnaces havo stopped for repairs, but the feeling provails that rosump- Philadelphia bar is quoted at $1.95, and sales of 80,000 tons steel rails to tho Pennsylvania are reported at "over $31 at mill," with sales of 60,000 tou3 besidos during tho week. In oil brunches of this industry the de crease in railroad demand is felt The success of tho Atchison and somo other railroad companies in placing loans, and the recent improving demand for bonds, do not alter the fuct that sales of securities to actual investors continue much behind those of corresponding weeks last year. A better tono in the stock market has been ob ' served, but tho business is still mainly left to speculators, and tho inability of promoters to place securities may retard now railroad . building for somo time to como, though cur rent reports still show large grotw earnings. The storms, the strikes and the recent disa greement about rutos may be felt a littlo later. In other branches of speculation tho tendency has been toward a lowor level. Wheat has declined one cent, pork twenty five cents per barrel, sugar one-eighth cent and coffee one-half cent Lard and hogs aro a shade stronger, and tin has advanced a fraction. There Is a better movement in wool, but quotations average a little lower. Cotton is unchanged, whilo prices of many makes of bleached and brown goods and fancy prints havo been advanced, and print cloths are quoted at 3.94 conu bid for boxed. The boot and shoe business is fairly activo, with shipments exceeding hut year's, and prices of almost all kinds of leather favoring buyers. I The treasury increased its cash last week $2,800,000, though It added $1,000,000 to bank deposits. Tho docision of Secretary Fair child not to add to the number of bank de positories, on the ground that an Increase in tho deposit above $50,000,000 might prove a sourco of danger, comes at a timo when money is rapidly accumulating at the chief centers, but the prospect of dofinito action by congress regarding tho surplus revenuet does not appear to improve Business failures during tho lust seven days number 817, as compared with 814 last week. Kentucky Murderer Dying III Mexico, Hopkinsville, Ky., Jan. 80. AVilbor Wilson, who killed John A. Breathitt, Jr., grandson of Governor Breathitt, in this place several yem-s ago, is dying at Ensenada, Mex., where he Is suporintendont of tho sul phur mines. His parents livo here, and ho is well known in sporting circles. Throe Murderers Shot to Dentil. New York, Jan. 80, A social to tho World from Plymouth, N. C, states that three negroes accused of the murder of John Dawson on Now Years day woro taken from jail by a mob of masked men Thursday night and shot to death. Young Lady's Legs Amputated. Omaiia, Neb., Jan. 80. Miss Ettlo Shat tuck. a young school teacher, who was so severely frozen in Holt county during tho late blizzard, had both her legs amputatod at Seward, yesterday, and will live. Epidemic of Measles. ELLSWORTH, Wis., Jan, SO. An epidemic of measles Is prevalent in Plorco county. There aro over ouo thousand cases within a district pt ten, miles from here. Sevoral deaths liavo occurred. Want Adulterated Lurtl So Marked. Indianapolis, Jan. 80. Tho Indiana Swine Breeders' association adopted at its annual meeting bore resolutions urging con gress to pass an act requiring tho labeling of adulterated lard. A GRAND SPECTACLE. Tho First Storming of tho St. Paul Ico I'ulnco a Success. St. Paul, Jan. .Tho first storming of tho third ico palace Friday night was a great success. Probably twonty-flve hundred uni formed members of tho various carnival clubs joined in tho parade and bombardment, and one hundred thousand would bo a small estimate of tho crowd that thronged tho sidewalks and swarmed on tho hills and houses as well as in tho palace grounds. Tho palaco itself was lighted by electric lamps from within, and prei entod a rainbow liko appearance of alternating bands of glow ing color. The statuary eat in niches on its exterior came out In beautiful relief. Reach ing the palace the clubs marched in and en circlod it, Joricho fashion, tho fire king de manding its surrender. Boroalis Rex from the battlement hurled back his defiance, a huge bomb rose into tho air, bursting into brilliancy far on high, and tho flro king's forces answered with a thousand Roman candles let off at onco. In the still air tho smoke scarcely lifted, but through its clouds tho glowing palaco and streaming linos of flro showed clearly, whllo over all bombs and rockets from tho battlement formed a brilliant and over- I changing top to tho fiery bouquot. Tho bom j bardment lasted half an hour, and whilo tho , standard of Boroalis was burned early in tho fight, tho palace itself was not taken. CAPSIZED IN A GALE. Torrlblo Kxporlenoa of tho Grew of an Oyster Schooner In Delaware liny. Dover, Del., Jan. 80. Tho captain and crow of tho oyster schooner Village Bolle, had a torrlblo experience in tho Delawaro bay, nearly opposite tho mouth of Masons river, Thursday ovoning. Thoy wero caught in the northeast gale which swept the upper bay late in tho af ternoou, aud wero endeav oring to make tho river for shelter when their vessel capsized. For fully an hour thoy clung to tho up turned vessel with tho icy waves dashing over thorn, when thoy waro rescued, nearly exhausted and badly frozen, by tho crow of thoschoonor Maggio Garrett. Tho roscne was accomplished with much difficulty and risk. Tho Garrett's crow did everything thoy could to tnako the sufferers oomfortablo and thoy aro all regarded as completely re covered. Tho Vlllogo Bolle was owned by Moyors & Shollonbargor, of Philadelphia, Hold Jowolry Robbery. St. Lodis, Mo., Jan. 80. Honry Most, a Fourteenth street jowelor, whilo alone in his store, was informed by & young woman who came into his place that one of his best lady customers desired him to como to her houso and tako chargo of somo jewelry. Ho locked his store and proceeded to tho houso and found no such message had been sent. Ho hurried back to tho storo and found that a rear door had been forced and nearly his whole stock carried off. Among tho plunder wero tweuty-soven gold watches, gold chains and a largo number of valuable rings. Tho raid will net tho thioves sevoral thousand dollars. Small Paper Money. Washington, Jan. 30, For a long timo there has been a demand for a fractional cur rency that would take the placo of tho old "shin plasters," for convenience in mailing small amounts. Postal notes, which wero ex pected to meet this demand, are not as pop ulur as expected, and thero is a sontiment in tho banking and currency committeo of the houso that favors an iaeno of this kind of fractional currency. It is thought that a bill will bo reported to tho houso provid ing for an issue of 620,000,000 of this currency, which ia likely to pass. Kastern Storms. New Yortr, Jan. 30. The wind has been whistling around the government station at Sandy Hook for the past thro days at from forty to sixty miles an hour. The Ponnlond and the Wisconsin woro tho only liners that mado the port yesterday. Their captains, toll stories of wavas mountains high and howling gales. A lea-go number of vossols went bound in when tho storm sot in, but thoy were forced to turn about and scud out to sea be foro tho gale. No serious accidents havo so far been reported, and the ofl-shoro breeze is, not expected to do muoh damage. Hard for Suloonkeepers. Wichita, Krs., Jan. 30. The grand jury which convened January 8 is still in session,, and grinding away upon tho whisky cases. Friday thoy returned nineteen moro indict ments, tho greater part of which are for soil ing whisky, and each one contains from one to fifty counts. I ho flrst woman was found guilty, mid sentenced for this offense in the district court yesterday. Hor name is Bessio Stebbins, and she was indicted upon threo counts, being given thirty days in tho county jail and a fine of $U0O upon oach. Will Tackle Him Again. St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 80. Charles Daly, of this city, a brother of Dan Daly, and tho light weight who gavo Billy Moyors tho hardest battle of his life, announces that he is willing to moot Moyors again In u fight to a finish for $1,000 a side. They fought a year ago, and Daly was knocked out in tho thirty third round. Trio of Illgliwuyuicn Identified. Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 80. Jack Keith, Charles Ward and Charles Williams have been identified by a number of citizens as tho men who had robbod them within tho past six wjcoks. The polico bellevo that they havo captured tho ringleaders of tho gang of footpads who have been infesting this city. Trench Priests Can Wed. New York, Jan. 80. A dispatch from Paris to the World says: Tho high court of cassation here pronounced a judgment Wednesday which is of tho highest im portance to tho Fronch Catholic clergy. It hold that in spite of tho precedents estab lished within its own precincts, tho marriago of a Catholic priost is a perfectly lawful ono, maintaining tho judgment of tho Auiions court of appeals. An ICight-Rouud Scrap. Dulutii, Minn., Jan. 40. Six hundred people witnessed an oight-round prizo contest between J. W. Curtis, of Duluth, and Black Frank, of Ashland. Tho fight was for $500 nnd 75 and 55 por cont division of tho re ceipts. - Curtis wou tho fight in tho eighth round.