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NO HANGINGS IN HAWAII.
The Death Sentences Modified and tlio
Prisoners' Lives Spared.
San Francisco, Mnrch 4. The fol
lowing advices were brought from Hon
olnlu by the steamship Australia bear
ing rtato of Fob. S3:
This morning at 0 o'clock tho presi
dent's aid, Mujor Potter, went to Oahn
prison and read their sentences to tho
olnet prisoner.s uuuor arrest tor partici
pating in the recent uprising.
Tho executive has not yet passed upon
tho sentence of tho ox-queen. It is
quito certain that tho military commis
sion made it fivo years and .t5,000 fine.
It is well understood that tho govern
ment is debating the method ami place
of imprisonment. A conclusion will
soon bo arrived at.
Tho bontences of tho others were as
C. T. Gulick, So years' imprisonment
and & 0,000 lino.
W. H. Rickard, ilo years anil $10,000
Major Soward, 35 years and $10,000
Robert "W. Wilcox, !io years and $10,
T. 13 Walker, . 30 years and $o,000
Carl Widcmaun, 30 years and $10,000
Henry Bertlemann, 35 years and $10,
W. H. C. Greiu, 20 years and $10,000
Louis Marshall, 20 years and $10,000
John Lane, 5 years and $5,000 fine.
William C. Lane, 5 years and $5,000
Gulick, Sward, Richards, Wilcox,
Nowlein and Bertelmann had been
sentenced by tho military commission
to be hanged. The sentences wore
modified by the cominander-iu-chief as
Nowlein received his sentence at the
station house. At the end Major Potter
read: "And, furthermore, iu consider
ation of the fact that the government
has used you as a witness before the
military commission, the marshal is in
structed to set you at large," etc.
The marshal then set Nowlein at lib
erty. A similar appendix to tho sen
tence was read in the case of Bertel
mann, and he also was set free.
The steamer Australia brought the
following deported passengers from
Honolulu: James Brown, (J. Cieigh
tou, John Rudin, A. P. Peterson, b
Mnnderberg, in cabin, and Arthur
White. NicK Peterson, JL H. Ri-.lward,
L. Curdiuna and P. Carreggo, in steer
age. As a general nile the deported
passengers refused to bo interviewed,
saying there was really nothing to say,
and under the circumstances any criti
cism would be ill-advised.
Tho Union Pacific Kullrimil Victimized Out
oT Thousands ol' Dollars,
Dknvp.k, March 4. One of the most
systematic and ingenious check-raising
swindles ever successfully tried in Am
erica lias just been unearthed in this
city, the victim being tho Union Pacific
Railway company, nearly eveiy bank in
Denver and several dry goods and other
houses. The methods show the swind
lers to bo masters as daring as they aro
Early last month tho Union Pacific
paycar left Omaha on its regular month
ly trip to Salt Lake City with the wages
of the company's employes. Closely
following tho car came a gang of check
raisers, and its members left tho marks
of their skill with acid, ink and pen in
nearly every town where Union Paciflo
employes reside. The full extent of their
operations and tho loss to tho company
on those who took tho raised salary
checks is not yet fully known, but
enough has leaked out to show that the
check raisers have netted thousands of
dollars bv this swindle.
The full force of the Union Paciiio
detective corps is at work on the case,
as well as tho police authorities in Den
ver and all the other towns along the
line. The gang visited the hotels and
saloons most frequented by railroad
men, where a largo portion of tho
checks hud been cashed, and bought
them ud for cash.
In value tho checks ranged
to $100, but each one was
raised to $110 and passed
amount at banks and stores.
instance the raised check was
for some small purchase so
gang got nearly the entire amount in
cash. In Denver the checks ultimately
leached different city banks where they
were pronounced all right and forward
ed to Omaha. The Union Paciiio audi
tor then passed all $1 10 checks as being
O. K., and commenced tho balance?.
When tho returned checks wore com
pared with the stubs of the checkbook,
the fact became apparent that the
checks had been tampered with, and
work at onco commenced by tho rail
It is snppo.-ed that tho gang worked
west to Salt Lake City and t lien es
caped to tho coast.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT CHANGES.
Secretary CurlUle'i Ileplr to u lluuto lie
olutlun of Inquiry.
Washington, March 4. Secretary
Carlisle, in replying to tho resolution of
the house requesting tho names of the
soldiers of tho late war discharged from
tho public service in the treasury de
partment since March 4, 1893, and the
cause in each case of dismissal, enclosed
a statement and says it will bo obsorved
that there have been 135 removals and
115 appointments and reinstatements
botweon March, 1893, and the present
Mr. Carlislo adds: "I don't recognize
tho right of tho honso of representatives
to require tho socrotary to stato tho
reasons for making removals, appoint
ments or reinstatements, but deem it
propor, nevertheless, to say that ull tho
changes sho n woro made for the pur
pose of promoting tho efficiency of tho
public service, and that in making re
movals no discrimination has boon nmdo
against soldiers, whilo in making ap
pointments and reinstatements, prefer
ence lias been giuen to that class of ap
plicants, duo regard being had in each
caso to their physical and mental qualii
SULPHURIC ACID EXPLOSION.
Two 31 en Instantly Killed and Two
Otlir Itudly Injured.
Pittsburg. March 4. By the explo
sion of a tank of sulphuric aoid at Mc
Eeesport' yesterday two men, W. H.
Morgan and William Kill, woro in
stantly killed, and two others, William
Laveete and Mike Soveritch, badly in
jured. Tho three first named woro employes
of tho National Tube works, and woro
engaged in transferring a carload of
sulphuric atid to a tank inside tho
work'. Suddenly the tank exploded
and the men were hurled several feot.
Nill was terribly mangled and died
instantly, ui..l Morgan had his neck
broken. Lawete was thrown 20 feet
and internallv injured.
The head of tho tank, weighing 2,000
pounds, was blown through tlo roof of
the works and alighted on the roof of a
Hungarian boarding house nearby.
Mike Soveritch was sleeping in an up
stairs room, and when the huge piece c
metal crashed through the roof a pieco
of plastering struck" him on tho head,
inflicting a deep wound. No cause for
tho explosion is assigned.
FEARS OF A DISASTROUS 'FLOOD.
The Itlse l'riun the Headwaters of tho
Allegheny Doing Considerable Ilmnngr.
Pittsburg, March 4. Tho rise from
the headwaters of the Allegheny river
caused the ice gorge at Ford City to
break yesterday and a great volume of
ice and water went down, causing con
siderable damage. Tho Ford City glass
works were flooded and a row of CO ten
ement houses, occupied by operatives at
the glass works, were inundated. Tho
Allegheny Valley railroad has a train
load of pig iron on their bridge at Ma
honing to keep it from being swept
Tho mammoth gorge at Kittanning
still holds, though it is expected o go
out at any moment. For 30 miles above
that placo the river is choked with ice,
and iu many places it is frozen to tho
bottom. When this vast amount of ico
starts on its way down tho river there
are grave fears of a disastrous flood.
The people of Kittanning are moving to
places of safety, and guards aro kept to
notify the residents should tho dreaded
RELIEF FOR NEBRASKA'S DESTITUTE.
live .States Will Contribute llo Hun
dred Car Loads of Grain.
Omaha, March 4. Tho members of
the stato relief commission who went to
Chicago and St. Louis to secure seed
grain for Nebraska destitnto farmers
have .just returned. The boards of
trade of both cities promise to have
each county in Missouri and Illinois do
liitte a car of seed grain Iowa, Minne-.
sota , and Indiana also desire to c i
It is estimated by Secretary Nason
that the 11 vo states would contribute not
less that 500 cars of seed and seed grain.
The commission has niado a careful esti
mate and it is stated that to plant
the land under cultivation in tho 43
drouth stricken counties will require in
the aggregate 5,000,000 bushels. The
planting of these lands, the members of
tho commission figure, means in tho
uggregate a sum of $100,000,000 to tho
Cold Wave Coming.
Chicago, March 4. Tho weather
bureau predicts u severe cold wavo dur
ing the next two days, extending over
Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Illi
nois, Wisconsin, Michigan and Indiana.
Tho temperature will decline about 25
degrees iu the territory mentioned. In
L'hkMgo the temperature will fall to 10
legrees above zero.
Annuities Iu Cash.
Omaha, March 4. Tho government's
plan of paying the Indians cash instead
of giving them their annuities in cloth
ing and beeves is expected to work a
great change on the reservations iu Ne
braska and South Dakota.
The lienuties of tho Allcghauieg.
Tho Alleghanies aro fertile to tho very
summits, and not tho least of their glo
ries aro thoi- magnificent forests of oak,
hickory, chestnut, maple, piuo and oth
er noble trees, in tho spring when they
aro budding forth, in tho summer whoii
they aro in tho full bloom of maturity
and when tho laurel is in blossom, and
in tho fall, when tho brilliant tints of
red and gold and green and purplo over
whelm ono with a senso of Mother Na
ture's icsthetio genius in always liar'
moiiiziug such a profusion of colors.
After all, it is tho thoroughly satis
factory sport to be had with the game
sheltered in theso mountains that most
endears them to the man who has any
tasto whatever for that sort of thing.
Tho conditions aro porfoct. Tho gamo
ranges from quail, or, as tho Virginians
call it, partridge, to deer and bear, and
especially this is one of the last strong
holds of that noblo gamo bird, tho wild
turkoy. Mugazino of Travol.
.11 nyHvlIle llotull Market.
GRKKN COFFKE-ty tt. 25 27
MOLASSES now crop, gallon !!o 50
Golden Syrup 35 &W
Sorghum, fancy new 10
SUGAR Yellow.tflb y&
Extra C, tytb 5
A, tt. ft
Granulated, $) tt ft
Powdered, "W lb '4
New Orleans, V lb -IX
TF.A8 W lb 60(81 Ou
COALOIL noadllght.Hl gallon 10
BACON Breakfast, $ lb VM
Olearsldes.TDlb s 10
Hams, lb 11 12
Shoulders, V tt 89
BEANS $ Ballon 30 f0
BUTTER $) lb 15 20
CHICKENS Each 25 :W
EGGS TJIdozeu (S'-tl
FLOUR Limestone. $ barrel- SI 00
Old Gold, Id barrel 4 00
Maysvlllo Fancy, "f barrol 8 00
- Mason County, & barrel 8 00
Morning Glory. 1 barrel 3 00
Roller King, $ barrel 4 00
Magnolia, ) barrel 4
Blue Grass, barrel 8 75
Graham, fl sack 15 20
HONEY V tb 15 20
HOMINY Vgollon , 20
MKAL 1fl peck 20
LARD ft pound (3)10
ONIONS ft peck 10
POTATOES peck, new 2ft
APFLK8-W pock 50
Ho Loves to Work,
Tho foroman of n bootblncking shop
iu Madison squaro is n continual sur
prise to tho customers. His employer is
a padrone, and ho is loft in complete
control. IIi conduct justifies his om
ployer's confidence. Oo is tho hardest
worker among tho half dozen omploycos
and frequently tnkes tho brushes from
ono of his subordinates when thero aro
not enough custodiers to keep all busy.
Ho never allows a customer 'to go away
unless ho is satisfied that his boots havo'
been polished in tho host manner possi
bio. Ho is over full of enthusiasm and
works with ns much energy at tho end
of n busy day as nt tho beginning. His
humor never lags, and his musolo3 uovcr
"It is as good i3 n bracer to watch
that fellow, " said n, rounder. "Hois tho
only man I ever saw who always seems
to love to work. " Now York Sun.
Dutch toast is a siniplo dish for using
up scraps of bread. Crumble tho broad
and placo in n frying pan with a slico of
butter or drippings. Add salt, peppor
and sago if liked. It should bo seasoned
quito well. Add, a . small quantity of
boiling water, cover closely so tho steam
will soften tho bread, stir soveral times
and servo hot. What with cream toast,
codfish and fruit toast, wo may havo
this turco cooked broad frequently with
out its becoming monotonous. Phila
The Court of Appeals has rendered a
decision requiring tho city of Covington
to pay C. 13. Simrall $11,000 and Hon.
Wm. Mackoy SG.000, as attorneys for
that city. lion. Win. Goebel was the
attorney for his brother attorneys.
Mus. An Pou.itt, of the Sixth ward,
is critically ill.
Accident ins. tickets. W. R. Warder.
the worst and most
serious is Dengue or break
bone fever. Called "break
bone" because one's bones
aro not only racked with
pain, but feel as if they were
tightly held, as by a vice.
At times one feels that the
pain is almost unbearable,
and many are brought to
Death's door by the terrible
prostration which follows
this grievous complaint.
All persons should know
is tho ono medicine
which relieves this extieme
weakness and, brings tho
Sntientback to' sound health
y it's well-known medicinal
qualities. From tho first
.bottle tho improvement is
marked and permanent re
covery is but a matter of a
GENUINE HAS THE CROtOEO
nCO LINES ON WRAPPER.
BROWN CHEM. CO. BALTO. MO
Tho undersigned offers two farms for hale,
ono containing 2.10 acres and the other !(! acres
The llrt tract is located on the Stoney Hollow
plko and Is well Improved.
A Good Dwelling oi" Six Rooms,
Three Barns, Ice
mid other Outbuilding?, and it has on It a good
Orchard. The smaller 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 tiEO. K. WKI.I.S,
tf Bernard, Mason County, Ky.
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR Y0UNQ LADIES
A school of excellent advantages for a thorough
education In every department. Modern Lan
guages aud Freehand Drawing taught without
extra charge. Point-print method used in teach
ing those who aro blind. Musical department
under tho able direction of a graduate of a noted
conservatory, l'arents and guardians will be
given full particulars as to terms and reforenco
on applying to
SISTERS OFTHE VISITATION, B.V.M.,
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment win
rightly used. The many, who live lus
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's beet products t"
tho needs of physical being, will nttt-i
the value to health or the pure liqui.i
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Ficu.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and plea
ant to tho taste, tho refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a jwrfect lax
ative; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
nevs, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Svrup of Figs is for sale by all drug-'
gists in 50c and SI bottles, but it is man
ufactured by tho California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whoso name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if ofiereJ.
Was my trade during the past year, but I am de
termined to surpass It during the coming, and in
order to accomplish my purpose, 1 havo laid In a
nugc siock ot every arucie ueionging to uie
Staple and Fancy Grocery
ond ( ANNED GOODS
line, bought from first hands at surprisingly low
prices for cash. Every article Is fresh, clean and
of the verv best quality, and the prices well,
vou never heard of tho like before. Jnst glance
down the lino and you will be convinced :
4 cans Dig "D" Tomatoes 25c
1 cans Purple King Tomatoes 25c
2 cans Van Camp's Corn 15c
2 cans best String JScans 15c
2 cans best Hlackberrles 15c
2 cans best Gooseberries 15c
1 can Yarmouth Com- 10c
1 can best Reserve Corn 12c
1 can Honey Drop Corn 13c
1 con best l'le Peaches , Sc
I can best California Peaches 17c
1 can Lemon Cling 1'eachcs 18o
1 nan best Whlrc Heath CHug 1'eaches 18c
1 can best Bartlett Tears 17c
1 can best Apricots K'x;
1 can best White Cherries lUc
1 can best three-pound Apples 8e
1 can best one-gallon Apples 21c
2 cans best Baltimore I'eachcs 25c
These prices for CASH only.
Jly house will be, as usual, headquarters for
all Kinds of Fruits, Vegetables, Poultry, Game,
I am In Miape to meet any and all competition,
and will not be undersold. And don't look over
the fact that PERFECTION KLOl'R Is the best,
and that my Blended Coll'ee has no equal.
E3- B- LOVE
The Leading Grocer
Everything reduced to rock
bottom prices for cash.
1 can Big I). Tomatoes 7e
1 cau Peeled Ilaltimorc Peaches Vie
1 can best California Peaches 15c
1 can California Long Chief Peaches ..17e
1 can best California Apricots 15c
1 can best Cal fornla Pears 17c
1 can best Pie Pcoches 8c
1 can best il-pound Apples So
1 can best gallon Apples 21c
1 can best String Beans 7c
1 can best Gibs Peas 10c
1 can best Pumpkin . 7c
1 can best Sugar Corn 8c
1 can best new Yarmouth Corn loo
1 can best Whyinan Com 12c
1 cau best Red Salmon 12c
1 can best Kidney Beans 8c
a pounds Evaporated Peaches 25c
;s pounus;uunornia mines zac
'adquarters for Game, Dressed Poultry, Oys
auu Celery. The People's Cheap Grocery,
CUMMINS & REDMOND,
Successors to Hill t Co,
WE HAVE THE BEST SE-R
LECTED LINE OF XMAS1
GOODS IN OUR EXPERI-I
NOVELTIES in Celluloid,
Plush, Wood and Metal Goods.
and Triplicate Mirrors,
CUT GLASS J30TTLES AND
THEO. C. POWER
1 quart bottle Stafford's Fluid Ink 15
1 bottlo Stafford Sponge Top Mucllngo 10
I Fountain Ink Stand $0
1 bottle White Paste 5
1 bottle Crimson Ink fl
1 Brass Pen Rack io
1 Cork Penholder and Jackson Stub 8
1 Senator Pencil 5
1 Ruling Pen, doublo line :i
1 twclvolnch Brass Ruler -i
10 articles for Si 15
J. T. KAOKLEY & CO.,
Wholesale Book and Stationery Dealers, Toys
Picture Frames and Notions.
Stole steam laundry
and DYE WORKS,
124 Third street. Ladles' and Gentlemen's Gar
ments Cleaned, Dyed aud Pressed Hotand cold
Baths in connection.
W. L. Douglas
&11 CiiJfC IS THE BEST.
Wl nWtnTFOR AKINC.
FRENCH &ENAMCU.ED CALF.
?4.3.5P FlNECALf &KANGAR0a
Z--EXTRA FINE- NS.
W? S END FOR CATALOGUE
Over Ono Million People wear the
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All our shoes are equally satisfactory
They give the best value for the money.
They equal custom Shoes In style and fit.
Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed.
The prices are uniform, ---stamped on sole.
From $i to $3 saved over other-makes.
If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by
Dealer, whoso name will shortly appear here
Agents wanted. Apply at once.
LaGrippe Can Be Cured!
If you have La Grippe or "that tired feeling"
whleh attends It, get
IT M'JLL CI HE YOU IX TEX DXYS
TL'dlllnVIII T tmil 4luv Til !(.... ii(i1 i.rn
tiu.'iu.MAi . .1(111 1111; i,n u.ij'j'c iij.u iyiu
given up to die. 1 took Dr. Perry's Cure and was
onuiyfectln two weeks. I regard it as a specific.
A. W. SJIlTli.
Agent for John P. Morton Jfc Co., Louisville, Ky.
Thlu TTinrftphin mt.i ln fiml rttil. .it flti Ttniitv
Stnrfl of J. .1. WOOD. Stimuli iinil Mntki-t .irnnii
Maysville, Mayslirk, Helena, Helena Station and
Messages promptly delivered. Rates reasonable.
Maysville ofllce at tho olllce of Veils & Ander
son's livery stable, on Market street.
II. G. WELLS. General Manager.
TUT B. GItatOKE,
Granite, Marble and
All kinds ot Monumental work done In the belt
manner. Becond street, above opera house.
F. ZWKIGAKT, JK.,
DAILY MEAT MARKET.
Gorner of Hocono mjiI Hut ton Mtreu.
CINCINNATI DIVISION CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO.
No. 1G. 10:00 a. m.
h07 A m
No, - 1:38 p.m.
No.l8t 5:0.-) p.m.
No,20f 8:00 p.m.
No. 4 8:50 .m.
No. 17 8:59 a. m!
No. 15f 5:00 p m.
VllllilV tllllflV ..VI. ...It Ulltl.1.1..
F. F. V. Limited No. 2 arr jves at Washington at
r..50 a. m.: Daltiraore. 8:0.') a. in.: Philadelnliin. in-
a. in.: New York, 12:5:1 p. 111. w irsvn 1
F. F. V. Limited No. 3 arrives at Cincinnati at
5:50 p. rn.
Washington Express No. 4 arrives at Washing
ton at 2:45 p. m.; New York, 9:05 p. m.
Cinitinnntl Knst I.lnn Vn 1 nrrlvic n.i.-.l......ll .1
,.u,1.lmhIVlilcePInf cnr hervlco to Richmond and
Old Point Comfort by trains 2 and 4.
Direct connection at Cincinnati for all points
West and South. "
Vn. 1. '). .X n fill A if inf ctnn )inlinnn Yr.. ii
and Newport; ""'' """ Jr"
Leaves Maysville at
5:47 a. m. for Paris.Lex-
HiKion. uinoiu'tl, Rich-
, ,1. ,,..,... . mojid.Stanford.Livlng
, Jolllco, M ddlesborougb. Cumberland Gap.
Frankfort, Loulsvillo and points on N. N. and
XT 7 (Taetriwii niifli.lnn 1
- w? vww waauuu llt I II U V U 111 llfl lllllll I iDIl
nati, LexlngVon, Winchester, Richmond and"
TiiavaMavavUlA at IiKHm l n..i. .i
fuiu.o vu .1, ., uuu ol, . juuuern'uivuion.
Y,1?!. at i1?"'"'" 9:60 a. m. and 7:30 p. m
All trains daily excoptSunday.
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