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Daily evening bulletin (Maysville, Ky. : 1883) Daily evening bulletin (Maysville, Ky. : 1883) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Rosser & McCarthy Maysville, KY 1883 eve1883040501_sn87060189 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily evening bulletin (Maysville, Ky. : 1883) Daily evening bulletin (Maysville, Ky. : 1883) Rosser & McCarthy Maysville, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 115. TOE A. MAYSVILLE, KY TUTRDAY, APRIL :. Ss:j. PRICE ONE CENT. RESL'RRBCTED ' THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Thkiik is still plenty of snow and good sleighing in Camilla. Vi.nce.nnks, Ind., and St. Louis, aro both Buffering from a smallpox scare. M. B. Putt kins & Co, of Canton, Ohio, stationers and book sellers, havo failed. Thr Jennnetto Bonrd of Inquiry havo closed their labors and will render their report. Eiimnoton Jinction, a village near Warsaw, Wis., lias been almost entirely destroyed by firo. Woiik on tlie Potomac flats, at Washington is to be pushed with vigor as soon as the weather will permit. Joh.n Muitt'iiv, n printer, and James Leonard, a moulder, were killed by a freight train near Alliance, Ohio. At Helena, Mont., Henry Fuhrmnnn has. been sentenced to hang May 2 for the murder of his Jacob Kench. Instructions; " how to use explosives " from O'Donovan Rossa, wero found upon the person of Donnis Dcasy, arrested in Ireland last Thursday. Tub President hni deferrod his trip to Florida until Friday. It is therefore thought he will name tho new Postmaster General before his departure. The statement, is denied that there a defensive triple allianco which has Italy, .Germany and Austria on the one side against Franco on the other. Such an agreoment is in existence, but has not becu put into documentary shape. It is rumored that tho Cincinnati and Commercial will dissolve partnership, and that the old Gazotte will be revived again by tho truly good Deaaon, and that the Field Marshal will remain at the helm of tho Commercial as of old. A divorce was granted at St. Louis, yesterday, to the husband of Kato I. Tevis, who shot his who's paramour, Inglehart, on the street last November, Tevis having detected them coming out of a house of together. Mrs. Tovis is a niece of General W. T. Sherman. Miku McLvugiili.n and Martin Linksy, both aged eighteen years, having quarreled, agreed to settle their troublo according to ring rules, and niet yesterday at )ubolsc, in tho lumber regions of Jofi'crson county, Pa., for that purpose. At tho closo of tho sixth round Linksy foil down and broko his neck. Mcl.aughliu surrendered himself to the authorities. son-in-ln- OITIITS Incredible. PI Title of Horror Tlwit is Almost I'nupcrs Itolthcd of Their Clothing, Started to Death and Hurled With, otit Ceremony, After Which Comes till' Ilcsuri'cctlouist. v Ga-ict- to to TEVIS-I?;CIIvIIA.- 'r SCANDAL. Di1. The Injured Hmibimtl Granted n vorce at St. Louis Yesterday. St. Louis, April time, and the witnesses placed on tho stand spoke so low that it was diffioiilt for anybody birt the "clerk to hear the testimpny. It was understood that tho wife would otter no resistance to tho divorce, but she was represented by Judge Mndill, to soo that nothing was dono beyond what was absolutely lequircd to obtain tho decrco, The scandal in which Kate It. Tevis, tho ucico of General W. T. Sherman, figured as tho principal, was brought to tho surfaco again yesterday by tho grunting of a divorce to tho injured husband. Tliero were low peoplo, lawyers or others, in the room at the The I'otoiuno rials. Washington, April 1. The work on the Potomac flats will bo pushed ahead with vigor as soon as tho weather is such that there can be uninterrupted progiess. The contractor hns met with many obstacles. Tho deposit Jtnken from above tho long bridge is found to be of the consistency of putty, and when dumped on the flats will not spread .of itself To over the surface of the ground. overcome this tho contractor may have to erect a boiler and use hose, the water to be forced by steam upon tho doposit, so as to wash it over tho surface. For the reason that the deposit is so consistent the contractor recently met an obstacle in thefail-ur- e of the cars he had built to dump the loads. This has now been overcome CiiAiwoN, Om April 1. W. H. Ballon-tin- e, a member of tho Methodist Church, and a school toachcr, was arrested this morning on a charge of stealing. Ho had in his possession when arrested live suits of clothes, gold rings, silvor spoons, watches, revolvers, and other things belonging to storekeepers in tho place. He is prominently connected, and always boro tho name of I Fall of r Flout Young; Man. an upright, honost youth. The Triple. Allianco Denied. denial couios from official Government sources of the statement that a defonsivo triplo allianco has been entered into with Italy, Germany and Austria on tho ono side, against France on tho other. It is nevertheless certain that an agreement is in existence, the tonus of which are about tho same as already outlined, but it has not as yet been put in any formal or documentary shape. Rome, April 4. A Boston, April 4. Tho testimony of Chas. II. Dudley, before tho Legislative Committee, fully corroborates tho charges made by Governor Butler In his annual message. Dudley said tho dead houso was robbed by Assistant Superintendent Marsh. Dudley also said that he saw a light in tho trunk room several timc3 aftor tho inmates had retired. Going in quietly ono night he saw Marsh's wife open paupers' trunks and take clothing from them. Mrs. Pope, tho housekeeper, told him sho had seen the same thing, and the mot valuablo dresses were taken by Mrs. Marsh to her private room and made over for the Davis girls, her relatives. The witness told of some twenty children who used to cry at night because of hunger. They wero placed at the table with the other inmates and had to look out for themselves. One night, outof curiosity, ho went to the burying ground and saw four bodies resurrected and drivon ofT toward Boston. "ihk of the fond for the inmates of the Alms House and insane was always very poor and the quantity small. Tho broad was sour nearly all the time. A man who drove the hospital tenra told him ho had taken up sixty-eigbodies in eight mouths. The man was dissatisfied then, but the next day ho showed " a fuw hundred,'' which he said Turn (Marsh) had given him. Tlie witness was afterward appointed with In- - wife to the euro of tho female insane, Tlie beds were of straw, in a rotten condition, nud insufficient clothing. Mo.st of the women were without underclothes or shoe or stocking. They hud only calico diTse. This was in July. The cells weio in a filthy condition. In a cell in the attic he found a woman on tho straw perfectly naked, The straw was bad and filthy. lie was told that this woman had been in hi cell a year. Shewnsvi intently in iiiio she would tear li.-- i clothes. She wo. o near a .skeleton she unid not have Hi weighed more than torly paunch. wilo clothed her. and he hud the room 'leaned out. She had hud only one meal a l.iy carried to her by an idiotic girl who uid slie had always taken euro of the old unman. He allowed her to continue doing o, hut found that she throw the food away and enmo back with an empty pl.it c, telling him the woman had eaten nil. He then carried the food, and the assistant took it into the room. In fivo or six weeks they tiad her out of the cell and down into the fitting room, so changed that her own hus-- ! til lid did not know her. There was another woman who told me sho had been kept niuo days in one of tho lilthy basement ells with nothing but water, and her story vas corroborated by others. They said she mis very violent and was kept tliero to reduce her strength so thoy could manage her. That woman was with us for a year mid we never had occasion to use any such The insane women wero emremedies. ployed at all kinds of work, including the who might be afflicted 1'iiro of patients to spoke with contagious disease. I Marsh about it and his reply wits that an insane pcrsou could not take a disease. I told him our women wore so worked their food was insufficient, and his reply on at least three occasions was that thoy .vcie brought there to die. Dr. Luthrop used to como to the building about once a week. One night after wc retired ono of the thirty-seve- n women in ono of tho dormitories fell out of bed and hurt herself. I got my wife and went up. My wife soid she wns blocding, and thought she was dead. The blood was gushing out of her mouth. I sent my wife for Dr. Lathrop. She camo back and said that Dr. Lathrop complained that he was tired, and it would do no good for him to come. I went and told him that 1 thought she was dead from internal hemorrhago. Ho said he could not do any good, and told me and my wife to lay her out. Then ho said the watchman and wife would do. I got them. We found the woman dead, and wo took her down stairs and laid her out in my room, Next day no ono camo to seo about tho body, and when I went to Dr. Lathrop, he ald ho forgot all about it, but I could get come inmates to help mo disposo of it." tte ht i of thorn. Out of the seventy-thre- e babies that wero born there and that wero brought in during tho first yenr we were LOUISE MICHEL TALKS there, only one was alive at tho end of tho year a very peculiar child." Tho Governor: " I should think ho wns." "Over the "Ruins of Friinco tho Witness: "After they died, I used to see " a man, 'Tim,' with a small box under his nrm going from tho house to tho dead house. I think that wns what they carried The Socialists Will Xpt Militate With tho dead babies in. They never had any .MouiirrlilslM The I.utfcf Joining the eervico over tho dead during my term Itaiilis of ttie Socialists to Destroy there. A mnn, whoso expenses weic paid I'hetr Influence. by a benevolent lady,of Boston, and came there as a sort of missionary, said to me Paris, April 4. Through nn unwonted ono day: 'This is n very healthy place. three act of courtesy by a high polico official, hero about been have I weeks, and you haven t had any deaths your correspondent was Inst evening enhero?' I said: ' Yes, wo have,' for Iliad to known of moro than a dozen, lie said : abled seo Louise Michel in tho prison of St. Lazare, and to obtain some very de'That is strange. I am an ollicinl to tnkc charge of funeral services.' 1 said: You cided expressions of hor plans and purdon't seem to ho in tho right places. II poses. Tho correspondent first asked k you are really in earnest, and wish to place yourself between "What was your object in "remaining in at a funeral, the houso and gate almost any night, and hiding in this city until la3t Friday night? you will have an opportunity that is, pro- Was it that you wero afraid of arrest?" vided they will wait for you.' " The testi- " Afraid 1" exclaimed Louiso Michol, "I mony was not stricken out on am not afraid of anything that tho police or their masters can do. My life is pledged A 1'a I In re at Canton. O. to the work, and whenever it is necessary (Hxton, 0., April 4. M. B. Perkins J that it shall bo sacrificed, I am ready. But Co., book sellers &nd stationery, in bus!. I do not mean that it shall bo sacrificed in ncs twelve years, have failed. Liabilities vain. My friends have all along dissuaded from $10,000 to $'20,000; assets nominal. me from presenting myself, as I had intended to long ago, because they said my YHJ POOR QUESTION. liberty was nccossary for the work of the party." flc nn liny' Decree A'ot no Ilnd After " What caused you to change your mind All. and give yourself up to the police?" New York, April 4. If the Western " It was solely on account of my mother. papers arc not inaccurate in their statistics, It was killing her to bo hounded from one lodging to another; to bo dogged by spies although the prohibition of American pork whenover sho sot foot in the street. There in Germany on the ground of trichiuous wero many different spies, and they were infection appears to be a very destructive in many different kinds of dress, but there measure as regards the export of thot were always spies and spies and spies. I commodity, it Is not in reality likely to could not bear it, and I camo hero." " It has been stated, and on high official prove injurious to any great extent to the nuthority, that there is a very good underinterests of and standing between tho Socialist and at least in this country. As published, the decree some sections of the Monarchists." comprises sides, bacon, ham, sausages and the ileth of the animal in all forms of "It is as false ns all that tho Government orators say. They are paid to lie about us, preparation, but it is understood not to and they earn thoir money woll. Let mo lard, although a question may heretoll you this, that tho red flag will never after ariso on that point, and Western accept tho white banner nor tho manufacturers should not congratulate lilies for its nllies. Why, tho very themselves too soon. If tho exception us reason that the people of this brave Paris respects lard should provo correct, howhavo not already swelled our ranks to hunever, the new legislation will not seriously dreds of thousands is because they hao embarrass tho ordinary course of trade, for, dotectcd in our demonstrations some Monwith tho oxception of that article, our diarchists." rect export to Germany of the products of " How did they get thcro?" tho .slaughter and packing houso is not very "How? I can tell you that. They weio important. While, for illvstration, our total not put there as our friends found them shipment to foreign nia.t- - ta of bncon and there. Wo ie'ied to march with them. hams last year amounted to nearly $17,- lOD.ODO, mid our shipment of salt pork to They wen) put there by some of our enemies. How can I tell by which ones. But ibout S7.000.000. Germany took the value this I know: they were put there to disof les than half a million of dollars in the credit us." three articles combined. In the nvitter of " If you are acquitted of the charge on lio .swine, tho German demand amounted to less than the paltry sum of fivo bundled which you mo now held, what will you do next?" dollars' th.it is, practically nothing; but, in compensation for the small trade in live "Then I will leave France and preach li tho social crii.iide from abroad. I do not took, moro than one-liof all the see why Prince .should huVthc monopoly turd exported from the United States was consumed of conspiring against the (!o eminent t'lom by the people from oer tho llhiiic, whoso call lor the article foreign lauds." " Then you regard you work as a conwas reiri'entrd by SW.ViOO.OOO. If, then, this commodity hus been excepted from the spiracy agniiijt the established order of things?" proscription, our people can afford to laugh at the decree in its present form, hs it will "Certainly 1 do. and that conspiracy is legitimate. It i a conspiracy of tho opinly lead to n larger demand tor American Belieie pressed against their oppressors. iork in lmglotid, to he repacked, relabeled, me, the detiuie triumph of the cause I nd sent to Germany as ihe genuine I'ng-l- i serve is but a iiiestiou of a few mouths. I induct a trick of trade that already i.if", considerable capital mid industry might almost say of days. The economical l.hglKh centres of export, and will re- - crisis which is drawing near will shake vu u new Impliise tio.n the the old tricolor world with Mich inesimi-bl- e force that it will fall, and over its ruins ie I'd measure ot Bismarck and the Bun- the led Hag will he seen waving." i.it li. porno GAZETTE Jium.ia urn ihiu. ,iJ0 VikI J)Jv,lle Itsoirj Giotto vnv the ;mmI Ucncnii Trot Out tho Deceased Hiiyette The Mnrinony of n:id Prosperity Which Have I'allcU to ."Inicruill.c. ofli-ciat- o n. m Cincinnati, 0., April 4. The influonce3 which originally brought tho Commercial and Gazette into such strange fellowship hac not, from surface indications, continued to exert a soothing spell over tho foi tunes of the consolidated concern. Thcro has not been that enthusiastic extension of financial support from the admirers of tho old Gazette which the managers fondly hoped, or deceived themselves into betho into lieving, would bo poured represen-- ! coffers of tho consolidated tatives of Republicanism on the one hand, and the personal organ of tho Field Marshal on the other extreme. For some rea- son the merging process has not seemed to impress the friends and pntrons of the old Gazatto favorably, and the result has been not one filled with financial blessing. The latest rumor, and ono that is seem- -' ingly in accordance with preconceivod opinions regarding the eventual termina tion of this newspaper mixture, has it that Riohard Smith is sadly grieved over the position in which he now finds himself and the property which ho represented in the good will of tho Gazette, and that ho will endeavor to sever his connection with tho consolidated concern, and attempt to revive the Gazette. Ho has been urged to do this, it is said, by prominent Republicans in all parts of the State, and letters and personal visits insisting upon such a step are encouragingly numerous. Ho is, moreover, inclined to ounsider such suggestions from the fact that ho and Mr. cannot or do not dwell in harmony and peace. Mr. Smith is ostensibly tho manager, and business uatuially seeks to retain home of the old and attachei tho Gazctto trusted of in appointing his business aids; but the abrupt dismissal of such men by without explanation or consultation with the Deacon I1113 stirred tho Gazetto blood of tho latter into turbulent streams "of wrathful gore. Romeo Reed and tho two Kids will go with the Deacon in tho event of carrying out tho revival of tho Hal-steHal-ste- hog-raise- rs pork-piicke- ad do vice-stain- ed ad Gazette. Tito I'rieudshlp America. of liiiKliiud anil London. April 4. At the l'aster banquet of the Lord Mayor Mr. IajwcII, tho L'nitod States Minister, in a speeoh refeired to tho d between amicable relations and America. He returned thanks forthe hospitality hown him both by pub-li- o ollicinl and riute parties, and which made Loudon tiili an agreeable place to reside in. A lot, however, was not a luipny ono, l.einji obliged to avoid words winch meant unwilling, but he believed that no cloud would oxershadow the coidial rclaii"u now cistiug hetweeu rhiglauil mid America, so important for the pence and of mankind generally. exi-tin- g llng-lau- ft spewli-iiinker'- rf well-.gi- ug ill-co- u- South Carolina lions. I'olitical l'roseeu. -- .fliilinoiiH Prisoners. Ciikstkh Puiso.v, III., April 4. At 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon four convicts nttempted to escape. Win. McCormick, serving a five years' sontence for violation of tho postal laws, was shot through the upper part of tho right leg; James Rogers, in for tho same offense, wns shot in the shoulder, and nnothor was shot and slightly All were speedily captured and wounded. placed in solitary confinement. Tho tumult lasted ten minutes. Jiih Kxploslon CitiCAnn, April 4. MVICmvIVINO MUXICANH, IMoody Hand of Apaches On the Warpath in Souorn. Fe, April 4. Hermosillo advices state that thcro is not a single Apache in Sonoro. Tho last wero driven ncross tlie Arizona lino Saturday, about 200 strong. Generals Crook and Carbo have been in consultation by telegraph for hours. It is thought Mexican troops will in been has Arizona. Word received Forsythe that he has (from General Chihuathe lost trail in the Snta expenses of the defense in the political prosecutions to be begun about tho middle y of this month. The Governor expressed hi.i poMtUe opposition to the movement, and considers the proposition ituwic. to-da- Coli'muia, S. C, Apiil 4. Some of the press ot this State mo urging tho importance of the Governoi coinenniug tho General Assembly in extra hc.mou, for I lie purpose of making nppiopriationx to meet the Destructive 1'ire. Milwaikkk, April 4. Tiio villugp of Khlington Junction, near Warsaw, Wis., is said to bo almost entirely dostioyed by fire. The wires are down and reports aro meagre. Loss, 00,00(1. 1 and Fatal I'lre. A SanFrancisco disnt patch says that a terrible gas explosion occurred yesterday aftornoon in the of the Palace Hotel. In the fire which followed Commissioner Hdwardsand Assistant Kngineor Boss were fatally and twelve persons serhimly burned. base-mo- Speaking of tho treatment of infants, Washington, April 4. Tho Critic says it is asserted by a wideawako politician that Presidential bureaus nro in oporation in Washington in bohalf of Senators Sherman, Pcndlolon, Ilawley, Bayard, Logan, Windom and Governor Foster. t Presidential liiircnus. Dudley said: " At night they wero in charge of nn inmate. Ono night I said to hor she didn't seotn to havo so much trouble with tho babies, as thoy seemed to bo quiet all night. Sho said sho had found out a way to keep thorn quiet, Sho took down a bottlo and said that when they got troublcsomo sho gavo them three or four drops of it and thoy wero quiet all night. I nsked her what it was, and she said she didn't know. It was something tho day nurso used. I smollod it and found it to bo morphine. Sho said sho was put tliero for punishment, and was dotorminedto make her work as easy as sho could. I asked if sho knew tho power of the stuff. Sho said sho know nothing, and didn't caro. I told her it was liable to kill Salt Lake, April 4. The floods in Bcnr Lake Vulloy hnve washed out six bridges on the Oregon Short Lino, temporarily impeding the running of trains, but will soon be repaired. Tho firHt through train on tho Uio Grande brings 200 Mormon converts. April 4. Mason Pointer Cutcino, stubbed Gcorgo Young at Itouudtrec at tho closing of tho polls Inst night, tho latter dying. Both colored. An election row. Itossu'N Floods in ITtuli. Killed at the Polls. hua Mountains. Nothing has been heard from Captain Black for four days, and fenrs that ho has been ambushed aro felt. A pack train with supplies loft yesterday with orders to follow his trail. , Largo bodies of Apaohes havo been working to tho south from Mngdalena, and on both sidos of tho railroad for two weeks, Thoy moved deliberately north in the dlriction of Arizona, and aro now across tho line, evidently making for n point a short distanco west from Tucson, They oporatcd in detached pnrties and kill all tho Mexicans they como in contact with. Ono report from below fixes tho number of peoplo killed so far at forty-on- o and another ut An immense number of horses hnvo been taken, and cnttlo and stock of all kinds wantonly killed. So-no- ra, POSTMASTER GCNKRAI,, JiiiIko W. O. GrcNliiiui, of Indlniin, the J.uehy Man. Washington, April 4. Judgo W. C. Orcsham, of Iudinna, was appointed Postmaster General. Tho appointment of Orcsham creates goncral surprise Tho general comments are that Gres-hawill make ns capable an officer as any man not acquainted with the place, but that tho appointment is not a strong one, politically. Indiana was already cared for with John C New in a prominent place, and Ohio needed recognition from a pollt-cstandpoint moro than any othor State. Some doubt is expressed whethor Gresham will accept, as ho already holds tho position of District Judgo, which is a life position, with $4,000 a year. to-d- ay m fifty-tw- o. al ... Liverpool, April 4. It is stated that letters from O'Donovnn llossa havo been found in tho possession of Dennis Dcasy, who was arrested hero on Thursday, giving instructions respecting tho UfcO of es. Instructions round. Allia.nck, O., April 15. Last night, twei men, John Murphy, n printor, and James I'.x.Govcrnor .Tenhins lylii(-- . Leonard, moldor, both rosldcnts of Salom Atlanta, Ga., April 4. Columbiana county, 0., wero run over and Jenkins, who was ousted from offioo by the instantly killed by a freight train on tht military authorities during reconstruction, Pittsburg, Fort Wayno and Chicago Rail, is lying, ns supposed, at tho point of death. road, between Allianco and Salom. Botl Great interest is folt in him on account of wero single men. his record. Ho is a man of puro personal or They Wero Iloth Killed. character. THE DAILY BULLETIN. TIIUKSDAY KVK.. APRIL 5, 1883. cents per iiiontl:7rcM)tx per six tnonlhs, ami per three mouths; S3 pur year, payable In advance. following poisons OUR ACENTS.-T'- io are tiiLMiuilioilzi'd iments for the D.ut.Y Hin. i. f.tin at the pinci's named. Contracts for or ndveitlsliiK may he nmdo I KVKSINO HULI.KTIN Is published tliiilv, iiikI served Iron ot puxtiutt nt JTKIIMS:-T- he runts per week vs. ; $l."iO Mth-cilptl- with thorn: Saudh-- I'. W.Httlt. Sua n.non Wm Clary. MIJ.BUVA W. H. Ilawiw. Mt. Oiivi'T Peter Myers. MAYsi.iif-J- . A ; On the subject of small farms, the New York Herald says: Texas has shown many signs of an intention to lead the Southern States in enterprise; but the List report from there is by far the most it is that a number of ownpromising ers of large estates have determined to cut up plantations into small farms and sell them on easy terms to actual settlers. Small farms mean high farming and popo comulous, intellcgent, stable, munities. Many small farms in New York and New Jersey yield greater e profits than an equal number of plantations at the South, far the simple reason that on each one the labor is done mostly by the owner, ami done thoroughly. There are parts of the South where for climate and sanitary reasons it would be useless to ask white farmers to settle ; but much of the agricultural por tion of Texas, like the higher ground of the other Southern States, is as healthy as any part of the North and oilers to well-to-dover-larg- RIVER INTEI.UGENCU. Inches anil railing. WiiniMNd, BUSINESS HOUSES.! 7 I .UtA.VX HKTIXK, Mniiufnet in er of Pittboro, Pa., April 4. River Klver 6 'J U feet feet W. Va,. 4. April 4. 9 inclieaaml IhIIIiik. Cincinnati, April nd stationary. Itlver it feet Inches Hpecllve lines. The following are among tho lending Business Establishments of Mnysvllle. Customers Will titnl these houses rellablouml oc-copying u commanding position In tholr ro- 1 OB- - Louifivii.i.r, April 4. Itlver 17 feet r. inches in cntml, anil IB feet 'i incite in finite, lulling. Kvassvii.i.e, April t. Koer 2'J feet. Cairo, III., April I. Itiu-- 32 feet It Inches and risiiia. r A. ri.vosi .ten., DEALERS nioh.'iOly IN- - Proprietor of the celebrated brands: Hold the Fort, Parloi Queen and .Mother Hubbard. Ilest cigar in the mm Itul. Full variety of smokeis' aitlcles. MAYSVIMjK, KY. ally Hecond sheet, Jood Slellns In Cnnndn. Mount Forkst, O.vt., April !. A train on tho Toronto, Grey and Bruce- Railway rencliod licrc last night, tlio first sinco March 5. The snow is still deep and sleighing is unimpaired. GEAIN, FLOUR and Cor. Third and Sutton Streets, HEMP.'. MOXAN'N t" , MAYSVU.l.E, KY. BOOT AND SHOE STORE, Ciislnin woik a specialty. Large stock. All kinds at lowest prices. No. I", Market street, two doors below 1). A. ItlchaiiNon it Co.'s uioceiy. nldJcwIy XV. iitANu u. i:ixi.sti:k, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, Manuf.ictiirerof Plcluro Frames and dealer in Miseelhiiuoits bonds, mciiSO y MAYSYIIjI.K, KY. i .MAYHVIMiK, ICY. t rushed by a Nii.kp, 0 April 4. Niind ItitiiK. Charles Noonborgcr, of LorJstown, .Mahoning county, was killed at a locality known as Suit II 111, by tho caving in of a hank from which ho was getting guild. ' Ho leaves a family. wJ I.YM'II, lu- - Maiiiilaetuier of and Dealer VrORKISON .t: IJAC'UIiKY. Wholesale and Ketull BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladles' inn! chlldi en's line shoes a specialty. Custom work timdetoonior. ltepaiilnmieatly mid piotnptly done at model ate charges. No II Maikel steett, Knst slite. MAYMYILLK, ICY. ally Tikn IjFak Hurry Hurpovne. Gkumantown T. J. Kackley & Co. Washington Mis. Anna Thomas. Jackson. fii48f s n, fanners the superior inducements of shorter winters, greater variety of crops and frequently better soil than they can find at the North. The Texas expeii-menif managed with ordinary ability and honesty, will benefit every one con cerned and the remainder of the Si'utb t, the olrcula-HoThonbove number iepre-enteach week ol thi Daily and Wkkki.y Spkci i. despatches received in Chicago r.Ui.i.KTiN. Advertisers are Invited to call nml Hnre themselves ol the truth ol the from all parts of the winter state. nent, and they me requested to hear In mind that our ru es for advertising aro the section aro discouraging, the severe lowest. and continuously cold weather, and in some jiiaeea me ny, iinviiig causeu injury Hon. Caktkii Harrison was to the crops. In Ohio the crop is esti Mayor of Chicago. mated at not more than 70 per cent, of Gr.s. Grant has been elected president that of lust year, and in Illinois 7.") per of the American Wile Association. cent. The reports from Iowa, Kansas Tun Ohio Legislature has indefinitely and Missouri are more favorable. In postponed the Compulsory Vaccination California the estimate is 7" per cent, of an average crop. bill. wheat-growin- g will do well to keep an eyo on it. BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. I.uiv. CoLt'Muus, Ga., April I. John Cor and NecnutlStrrrt, finh2Sly) MAYSV1 1.LK, KY. Win. Thomas, both white men, wero brothers-in-law- . bast night they mot at "VrUS. A. J. WIil.MAMS. the huino of Duncan Cox, tho of William Thomas, and a family quarrel arose, in which John Cox shot and instantly killed William Thonias. Cox Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings! n emptied both barrels of a at Thomas and lodged iifty-tw- o deeksliot in Will be sold OUKAP for the next thlity days, Call and scu tliem. his body. liichS'Jly A'o. 29, Fast Srettud Street. Nmnlliiox nt Viiieeniiev, Ind. Viscknnks, I.nd., April 4. Tho smallpox TJl'.Vr A DUYI.i:, scare has been revived here by tho anEvery new shade In nouncement that Fred Case, a vouncr man in tho employ of the Ohio and Mississippi! exnrcss at North Vernon, and who came homo sick on Sunday, was down with the Crushed Strawberry, Electric lllue, Egyptian disease. His ease is a very bud one, and (etc., and liewTiliiiiiiliii;. to inntch. Stf. i.n.li'll MAVMVII.r.l' LTV it is feared that a wedding dress, which was carried fioni tho Case residenco an T W.S1MKKS A ZIKO., hour or two before tho physician was called in, will spread yie disease. 1 ho greatest A'o. 21, MA RKETSTliEET. excitement provails. fathor-iti-law riitul AfTrny Jlelween JSrollicrs-in- - J, v. wi:.vs a-- CABPBTS, ThN space has leen ved for their LOOK OCT FOK IT. shot-gu- ATTOItXKY AT I.AM'. Keul Kslale iiimI OolIeeHiis Afceiiey. MAYS YILLK. ICY. Court St., (upI'Jdly) G- s. jiriin, - VreDOlMJIji: No. .V- - HOIION, Second btieet. J RESS GOODS "' l 9, TOBACCO COTTONS received dally. Alt seasonable oods in stock. pl;idly Prices us low asi tho lowest. Hi'l-lim- T3UItr.SS ' MU.I.V, Dealers in Staple and Fancy .t-- Tin: Chicago bricklayers have ended theirstrike, the employers conceding the demand of $4.50 a day. Second.street, Januftrij'.i Jllork, ries them, as it were, in his pocket. Not all tho pocket burroughs, however, aro under patrician control; the puro Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, of Plutus holding influence over a goodly Feathers, Trimmings etc., of tho latent stvles. number of them. It is a Pi ices Low. Senate. tneliUldly f?ct that thoro are scores of them pur- ' chasable as any other commodity of the Q A, .hi:axs. IM6 is to take a vote on May 19th market can bo bought up, lock", stock on the appropriation of $100,000 to aid and barrel, and are so bought. The FURNISHING the Paris, Frankfort and Georgetown UNDERTAKER. Into commission of inquiry into conI'ailroud. tested elections gave ample evidence of Full line of Uuilal Itobesand all article rethis, having brought to light tho as- quired ty tho midei taking trade. Onluis Tin: Mayors of Kansas City, Cincintounding revelation that tho vo'ers of jiiomptly attended to day or nielli. nati and Chicago are Kentuckinns. Our now in custody" ..Yo. 01, Kit it Seeond jfrct. several such burroughs not small ones many people have a natural aptitude' for goveither wero bribed, almost to a man! out. ymrj-;Fon rubber stamps of all kinds, call on Many of them even boasted of the largo erning cities. sums they had received, aftei stipulatA. Sodies & Son. Prices veiv low. Thk independent mm emeiil in Chicago ing for, and chail'ering over them, withpolitics Jims' collapsed, and most of its ('aJelsMur Smc:t in Lulce t'lminplalii. out thought of .shame or qualm of Wo will not be undersold bv iuiv hone In Kentucky oral Ciiiul.iiiatl, it we have hull a leadcrslnive returned to the Kepubliean One would naturally expect that. :i chance. ' Win! or l'.shinr is now bcins enjoy". lanks, ulirii' they belong. . honor mchnidly bv tliose wiio are loud of the s ort. candidate for Parliamentary MAYSV1U.E, KY. 'lrlie lake at Hiirlinjj'on has just closed would be required to give some proof of M.w.vk is the only Statu likely to pans :h vtii kivs a- vo.. T in. and the smelt- - .heis have moved h's litnes for Parliamentary dtiie-.- But st prohibition amendment this year, most on runners out to tho in boroughs like these no such qualiliea-tio- n their hull huts .Manuractiirersand Denier In is needed. of the Western States having high license accustomed ri.nil. .iodern improveWith them, po'.tical made this sport ono of tho capacity and knowledge of statesman- jSuilding and Dressed Lumber, ments laws under eonsidenuion. i. os' liiMinoi s iniavr'mabli'. lntoml of ship o'r. indeed, other knowledge of any kind aro tho least ami last Lulls, Shinnies, blinds, Kraim, Dor, Hash, in thu cold wind beside u knee! Govkknok ItLAciriiritN has gone to things thought of. Money will make Stave, I'ViiL'liu.Tobae.co Iloislieads, Ae. ttee.in: hole in t'iu it e. llieli Lietitonunt-GovomArkan.su on a short visit. nieiiMy now s ts at ease !n his neat litlln them take the wall; and well the man j.i Y.SVll.l.E, KY. ('Hiitrill bin charge of the exmo. able house, tvinnod by u st.ve, :ti.d ot money knows it feels as certain of ecutive cilice during bis absence keeps wa cli "t two or threo lines let enti ring Parliament, if lie only pays the A. M. ItUUKKS, down though hole- - in thu lloor an price, sis he would of an opera bos In UKALUU INIt will cost titorgia $fi0,00O for the (one-- ending holes 'n the ice. lie purchasing a ticket. It is s niplv a Legislatuie to meet tliis spring and count smokes an ie eets, r talks w'tli a question of how much he is disposed to Soots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. the vote fur Governor, which will be torn an on. and is s coin orlable a a pay; and that he arranges with tho he oie hi jrr.ito ot jjlcwin: elctt:oiieering agent, who in turn makes 11 E. See. tt. mehJI'Uy .t,1 YSVU.f.E, KY. necessary on account of tlie death ol Gov- mil ionaiiv Hostile being a l;iy amu it "iqtiare with the electors. There are ernor Ftephei.s. sineit lish ng is a pretty prolitali.e always constituencies open to represen- IW.UAI.KEtAlTlI, em yinent. as tho liih are e ceed'ng-l- tatives of tills kind, and who care for no Tin: Wisconsin Senate hn.) passed a met othsonie, un brinjf a ;ro d pri. e in other, and would not have any other. AGENT. morial to Conirtess asking for the condi- the local markol. An attentive ami Nor does tho candidate need to bo resiOlllco Third street, near Court House. tional repeal of the duty on lumber, pro- poT.stent lis. ornian will make about dent among tliem or even have pievious Louisville Underwriters' Kiro and Marino company. Insures against IPtlitniiiK vided the Canadian Parliament adopts as mueh out o his day's s ort a. a acquaintance with them. He may be :i iuid jvhid. uioh'JSly laborer who comes home soie und still total stranger of unknown antecedents, tuiniliur reciprocal measures. pittance. brought from somo distant part of the liril.MA.ir HUNT. ut u h w III Ins The ;on us who sits n h s bench and country London or olsowhero his first PitnwTK information has been received Manufacturer and originator of the cele- man: tt ate- thu I ttle linos is usually a introduction to his constituency l!iat Is at Indianapolis that Judge V. G Grea-han- oily, hospi able sort of a el'ow. and to be, given him by tho local lawyer iiiateu oranuaor of that eity, has been ollered by tho is er cctly willing that the blue n sed who acts as his electioneering agent, President the otliee of Postmaster General skater should seek teniae occa.s'onaily often only a few days bofore the elecin hi cosy little house, and eon tion. But the lawyer himself lias been ,Sllvor Dollar, Wm. Hunt's Dark Horso, Hap-- , and that he will probably accept. py permits h in' to handle one of the lines previously made acquainted with his Gold.Smoke, Throo Beauties,' Cordwood nml . . . i Slugs. .Second Htroat, Maysvlllo, ICy. lor a while. It he si.oukl chance to legislative capabilities by having heard A sfiiHuti'TioN is being taken up in brin a Oiing- ladv com anion willi tho jingle of his gold. AS. 1I.SALLRE, CI.AHKNCK I., SAI.I.KK. This communi- 7 Richmond to defray tho expenses of ex- him. tho ancient iidierm.tn bee nut's a cated to the covotouscontituency luus a Saline (; .Sal lee, pected military organizations from North model of gallantry, lie hi s h's black marvelous, almost magical, o fleet, and under the stove, res'gns his warm presto! tho unknown Pluto, who may bo ATTORNEYS AT liAW Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky, pipe Virginh and West Virginia, who will seat to the lair one, nml places all his tho voricst adventurer, becomes one of INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS, piscatorial resources at her command. contest in the competitive) drill at the If is pleasant to note the immense satis-fac- t the Senatorial grandoos of the groat Court Street, (soplOdly) MAYSVILLE,KY British E'linire, on wUieli the sun novor Virginia State Fair. on with which ho rts "ns to her tho sets- !pAUI, 1. AMi:itSON', line upon which lie lias jut dutuctu a timid nibble, and when", f llow ng his Tin: Citnmissioner of Agriculture of -- People who suppose that Admiral Kentucky .says: "Too full breadth of directions, she hooks the unhappy iih No. 21 Market St., nearly opp. Central Hotel, and draws it up through the ico with a Nicholson is called "The War Horse of wheat was sown. Some damage was little scream of minrled torr rand tho Navy" because, ho sent word to Office Open at all Hours. MA YS VIL LE, KY done by (he fly ; tho present outlook is Ids oes sliitio with approbation Arabi l'tishf that if tired upon ho would nnylMy.d. pie snie, and he loels as proud as shoot hack, aro very mueh mistaken. unfavorable, nml 'ho prospect of 20 per nml tt.T. I1.N. SMITH, cent, below last year's crop, which was did tho Canadian woodsman who ini- Tho history of tlie title, as told in naval tiated tho Princess Louise into tho mys- cinles in Washington, is as follows: 10 per cent, tho largest ever grown in . D3SJSTTESY, ng-Put when ho When a laced and butlonod Lieutenant, teries o salmon-fis- h the State." removes thostr 'ggling- iothn and coolly young Nicholson was onto in company Wllldevoto his whole time to tho mesorva-Hoof tho natural teeth. Dr. O. V. Wiuillo biles out its oye with his teeth' ior a where t o term "hots du combat" was will Tup. Canadian Minister of Customs has tresh bait, tho situat'ou bo omes used. Somo one having asked what it such take charpool all the mechanical work, ns uold, silver, in tho estreme, and the cosy meant, the future hero promptly and unci rubber jdatos. contluuoiisKum, collulold decided not to grant any modulations of mchllldly hut' no longor possesses any a' ion replied: "A 'War Horse;" and regulations which encourage for tho oung" .skaters. Tl'iov true a proudly would i VAnuiv. out, jj:., boat "War IIhso Nicholson" lie was at oneo United States whisky to come into Canada ire lpilutn rotroat, leaving: the hopitn-il- o dubbed, and has boon so hiylotl ever Is recolvliiK daily tho latest styles of in load. Ho has takon u most positivo proiiriotor in such a slate ot tislon- - h nee. Citrttijo A'cmw. tUand ii. the matter and as a result of this isl mont and porploxity that ho slioUs ' tho Dominion Government has refused to tho l.sh's eyo into his pipo and puts a An Alabama editor confesses that slieo of plu'j tobacco on tho hook. Thoro Ued room, concede io American distillers tho privi- is such bowddcriuont in tho memory of ho "has serious apprehensions" that Kicat viulctj. parlor and dlniiiR room sets In Prices very low. base-bais about lo bo introduced into leges tin y have been asking. a pretty I'm Sutton ilreet, mindly JIUIIUESS 1U.OCK. that Stnto. Hoston Transcrivt. which makes gambling felrny has passed the Lower House of thu Tennessee Legislature and will likely pass the A hii.i. Charleston, W. n which says: "You can tell Gov. Blackburn that no importance is due to a letter written from here j by an amateur 'detectivo' who sets up a theory concerning the Ashland tragedy. It can be none other than Alf. W. But-- 1 nett. He is a young man, ambitious for distinction as a detective, and he feels keenly the treatment be received at the hands" of the authorities nt Ashland, who lefused to employ him to 'work up' the case. That was the animus. I question if there is any one to bo found in this region who doubtstheguilt of the prisoners I 'Tookct Burroughs" in the British No. :?. Enterprise Illock, Second Street, and Window Shades. Good Carpets nt ). "5. nptidly MAY.SVILLE, ICY. Parliament. 10, 4, SO, (jU, 0.i, 70, 7.i. and 90 cts., SUM) an Sl.tti por yard. About the Ash hi ml Tragedy. mcli3ldly O J. n.VlMJIIKKTY. "Pocket burroughs'' derive their From the Frankfort Yeoman. No. 0, West Second Sheet. We have a letter from a gentleman at quaint appellation from the fact that the VriSS MATT IK OAK It. individual commanding; their votes carI j I I NEW CARPETS OILCLOTHS 3DE25T OOOIDS. j j Monuments, Tablets ntal Headstones always on hand. Oiders by mall will receive thu sumo prompt attention as If delivered in person. MARBLE YARD. Dealer In Staple and Fancy well-know- n ij oi.t kii'11i;m., npl.'idly has Itq.MOVKl) from his old stand to tho bulldlii? on .Second streut lately occupied by Charles II. Krank. npHMly n. mim;k k into, GROCERIES, 1 -- c Dialei In - j : Boots, Shoes, Leather And JPI2TDIXGS, No 1, Second, cor. Sutton sheets, mchilldly MAY.SVILLK, ICY. 1 con-sc'Piic- e. j I i:o,cox.t so.v, . . - Dealers In Staple and r.muy hc JDttlF GOODS, SKCOND HTItKKT. ncl'miv mm-slaiit- h u.-ef-ul -- r F, s.vjwfi, A'l'mil.NKy MAVSVILLK, ICY. or REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. I AT I.1W, .lust ice ol' tlie Pence, 1 -- - ) sea-coa- l. lo and eli real estate. No charges wlutover unless a ale Is consummated. Deeds, mnilgimi" &v. written at rates as low as any one's. Ollleo Llluary UulldliiH, Sutton stieel qi.ssi:t. Mi'Vi. vxah a.v jb s&ii:a XJ (Succosors to Cooper &. Hlssel,) Will ml vol 1 v ! INSURANCE STOVES, RANGES, MANTELS. Manufacturers of tin, cooper and sheet Iron wine. Tin ami lion looting, guttorlim and spoutiim. Plumber and gas litter's work piomptly atteuded to. aldly No.M.Jiast Second sheet. MAYSVILLE. ICY. Hep-resen- ts hu'd-earne- EstcuTsllalxed. - i, EQUITY Second SI., 1BS5. O. W. GEISEL, .Vo. 0,W. Krultsand VeKotableslnsoasou. ;o respectfully solicited. Deuler in GROCERY. 4ii.rn Honso, Yoarnatron - P. S. MYERS, Groceries, Hats, Caps, lloots and Shoos, Queonswaro and Hardware. Highest cash price paid forgraln and country JvIM Mt. OLIVET 2lluIil I DENTIST, Windhorst & Blum, FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS, Have hist received their BprliiR Stock oflm-portediuid do-lig- DoineRtloOoodsortho lutestHtylos. Prices roabonnblo and work tho best, aully - n GROCERIES PINE APPLE HAMS, Home-mail- e Yeast Cakes, OKOItaE HEISER. myOdly F. H. TRAXEL, Baker and Confectioner The only manufaotiirer of PURE STIOIC CANDY in thu city. Orders tor weddings and parties promptly attouded to. mywlly ritnsa oystkks a nim'.uiaii'y. ll latest Designs In Wall Paper Window Shades MORRISON & KACKLEY'S. and at THE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY EVE., APRIL 5, 1883. Tho Street Railway. II I led IX MHMOUIAM. A life " well rounded to Its close," u life to Us lonely end with noble actions, ueuci'oas deeds, mi libel less proofs of unselfish thought lor others' need, a life ci owned at Inst with full Iruitlon of, many a ......... uiflul- hope .1 ..! Hit. ..I inn ii inu iiui'u I...... fm.l.. i.. .1 I irtiiiu in jf iiiin;i u...ltl. oiiiiin W Tub ciaveniul . reverend t Ity Dads, This very Thuisdiiy night, Will solemn council meeting hold At early cumllu light. A chull will be among tlioni there With pencil and with ntul, To noto Ihu solemn wisdom of Our eily Lime Kiln Club. BOY WANTED. A smart, intelligent boy to learn tho printing business. Apply at this office. Tiik city council will mud this evening. Skcond street extension, which was badly worn during the winter, is being: mended. Oati:s and company will present " Mtiscotte " at the Opera Houso this evening. Don't forget it. Ai.ick . Mis. I'atmck Jim:r.x is tho champion fence builder of East Maysville. He has lately done some very work there. net Tiik man who lias to move and can't get a house is in a (inandary, and there are several such persons in town this week. A pam. of a The subscription papers for tho $20,000 first mortgage bonds are now ready and it is to be hoped tho citizens and property holders of Maysville who are to bo benefitted by this public improvement, will take the bonds without delay. The present opportunity is tho best the people will over have to secure a street railway and if the chance is lost, it is doubtful if tho road will over bo built. Tho matter cannot be delayed any longer' and the people must make up their minds to subscribo within tho next ten days, so that work can be begun in time to have tho road in operation by next June. It should be remembered that unless $20,000 is subscribed there will be no street railway. The construction of tho road will greatly advance in value all property in Maysville and in Chester, and everybody who ran do ho, ought, therefore, to subscribe as there is no risk of loss in taking these bonds. On the contrary they are certain to be a good investment. Ho let everybody como forward and at once take all tho bonds they cm, and thus secure tho early completion of the railway, Tho books are in the hands of Messrs. W. S. Frank and L. V. Robertson, who will be glad to explain the project to all who feel inclined to aid the enterprise. L'EKhOXALS. Points Aliout People Here and Hist'- - substance resembling sul- l,'AATKi-- A gi od M'Ciiel hand sale, In Adrian's lanious Comic Opera In three mai-.-Apply to THIS OFKlCK. Mrs. George C. Easton has recovered phur is reported to have taken place on acts, entitled tirAX'I'KO- - V good cook, a white ulil me three successive nights in the vicinity of sulliciently to be able to go about the IT lei led. i'ciiiiaiic ul .sUu.itlon to the rlgnt person. Aniily to house. Princeton, Ky. A. M ItCKiKHS. m.iuoii i m Miss Lizzie Dye, who lived near Mays-licnosltlon as a mndener by a ' "lir wri.it a man. Rkv. A. N. Gii.kkiit will preach at the I A))il at iviiiipeieni died on the 4th inst. The funeral CAST O F C II A It ACTEHS : THIS OFFICE. on. the Inter-- 1 will Christian Church take place ; AK'rim-llotto- tn ALICE CATcS knocked out of pilces iBETTINA.The Mascolte national S. 3. Lesson for next Sunday, Miss Alice Townsend f ! 111 wnyon uuiKiiig. .lames .m. rra.ierue' Prince Kiedorlek The venerable Dr. William It. "Wood Is prepared to Flamenla sires the peopleto know that he Miss Marie Uostelle and will administer the ordinance of iut- - was on the street lie bears ids d all kinds ol wagon wot k, either repatilug Loienzo... Kent Thomas ...Mr. 11 en iv Molten in i.ewwoik at leasouable pilces. I'ersonsde-slrl.imersion at the close of tho discourse. Plppo, a Slipberd years remarkably well. It Vau Oston joi Job will plensu 0.1 II. Fiiuuer ' Kocco.a Hilly Robinson JAMKb M. FKAJKR. Doctor The following notico of Mr. Lewis ColTiik readers of tho Bui.i,i:tix are invited 1:1 ikiiVwlm Ky. ISiiueant Piuofante Mr. H. II. Perkins Helena. r. Stnniord .Maiteo.an Inkeeper ... to give careful attention to the new ad-- 1 lins, who is a native of this city, is taken ,.ilss May Doughuvs tanee.sita, from the Courier-JournaUtlslllt (jirls vertisements printed elsewhere. It is a E''H ima.BO. 11. Mlss Hessle Tomplo Antonio, Mr Collins, who In tho son of regular bargain, directory as they will Collins, lilj. b., tho Historian of Richard Miss Lulu Campbell Kentucky, m p.tolu, . Hoys young prnctli loner and ulCO.it Ut 5i"), iv 111' r Peasant find when they go to the establishments eaino to Louisville n business by his enoigy, til ' ..11 1.. iv. .elV i al miss i.r.zie uocneno has won friends and oiilv rietro, 1111 MIssKllaOrativlllo Industry and capacity as a lawyer. He was Amelu, ild'Ji THIS UFF1CK, named. ...Miss Helle Leverlim handsomely complimented by tho lecent Llll'.o, for .Miss Hhoda Hliscli olectlon by tho Milieu, 171 ic SA .1. wuiiu and frame couiplele. Paulo, Cu.vni.i:s Ding Bit, who is ehargo.l with unanlinens time to lepresont city council the ...Miss Pauline Scott the city In tho till 1' uuoi oidci. Cost II, sr), lui io. X. Miss Louisa Lenniiul Ian-- , directory of the Louisville Oas Company. He assaulting a boy and using insulting .Tito. W. W. LYNt 11, ,lpi,V til ...Miss Liiuia Homer Hi'ppu, nlso holds a position of honor In the II Mitlket stieel. ' guago to u woman, was apprehended at Miss Ida Cheney Sunday .School Union a member of Ditto. Miss Hosii Lee stoi'j fi.uneiiil. AlpllollSO, the river landing yesterday by Deputy the Executive Committee. l.ilK hAI-i:- - (iialll new two Pi lie si, Inn lot Anilleo, ...Miss Helle Wateis L late on stieel. Mi. D. Packnnl Punchinello Marshal Win. Dawson and night police- -' ,M.K. MAHSH, Runt liiirncd. uisaintlN to . .Mr. Kd llaaeuiit llai'icqiitn Llbraiy Ihilldluu, mutton slieet. man Charles Dawson. i'i urtl-i- s. Court L idles. Pages, Peasants, etc. A bam belonging to Mrs. Mary Robin-hov.vi.i;-.si.vi- ul .g II KltY HINION ol tbe Uist .. Music ii niiector .lK In! beslHt. PilceTl'ltol."iiJlit liullili ,"i0 cents 's IMuk'.s I'ad Iioy at ueeklv ills three and a half miles S'Mith of Mays-lic(ienenil mlirlssln "in tils, no extra chargo Mit. Wm. RnowN, who lias charge of mi liioilt i.i lm. luellls. Apply 10 seats, "s, its on sile at 'laylor's. tor iesiue.l was destroyed by tire last night. M. K. viAHSH. W. 11. Mathews & Co.'s tobacco hogshead Llbriliy IlUlllllng, SllttOII Stleet. buggies, a cows, two .e....ng. sp.i.uvSWM? MILLINERY GOODS manufactory, one day this week turned Seven horsu3, three su,.;- -. Advertisements Inserted under reaper, a large crop of tobacco ami vari- ing IDc pel llueoreacb liiseillou. this headeliiit.i italics, loo Hug glasses aial olliei complete hogsheads. With out sixty-thre- e limp! rty. Aindv to farming implements were burned, KHK1). SfllATMANN. n.M '.W VFJUsI eci IVulH lian.ls..iiesupply,Of tho force at his command, this was good ous Thy Lnngdoii's City Hutter Crackuts. .Mi!liuei. d.'ods iii tbi s,,,i,u uade New the loss amounting to several thousand hiiliselni'besle l.iOHS Vl,i:K ft..Vr work. They sell for S2 each. style ol 1 cuutuinlng u mid a dollars. The ctuse of the fire is not our cheap Tallin and lieuerv lor a looms lol ot Michi'n.uaidi Lvnins, call and miuIIi.s, stable Jiomti'ts. lints tuie Aii.oly to Neckwear hiiiI house lot huuy A imoTiii:u of the late Hon. E. Ram- known. and get bargains. Pluuu's.Zepl'.Ms, HiiiiilUeTchlels.Hlbiious, La111iur.M1l JAMIS.I , ces, and in lad et r ll.lnu ol Ciel,itet styles, sey Wing-- of Kentucky, is under airest at A. U. GiiAuscoc'ic ik USKKDKKN 1TH.1IS. t .,lt S.Vl.r Win I'bo Use Hint it. loinei ol and tieauit 'ul to li'liinl I a k the lailiuH to Wall and Second, Dure Mori lt l!t cornel ,.,,u u, ,.x iniliieiii s ue!: and counuirtt prices St. Louis, for kilting a voting man named on .sucoiiU, Market mul Float, two JH.-.- 1 IWK: wlm .or powi.ino. Miss Marv II. Cus.lim.iu, an Joseph Ulenn, who formerly lived at winsome young lady, has loturn-i- exceedingly and one on Koaiih street Apply to l Irotu hor TniiAiro c tttotis, yard wide, at Hunt c WALL, LSiui OAUHK1TS. Owensboro, in this State. The killing ll?mgiiip. whetesbu hnd been visit lm,', Hon. ! Spline l niiildly Dovlo'a. lOH Svl.i: 7Vii.ii second hand in ueaiiy was the insult of a quarrel about an D.ivld Gibson, of Ulitton. . o ') snnares looiing 1 wives, when they think their lelge Some abandoned woman. lords, lenialn out alter lodge houi, have Xkw carpets, flour oil cloths and run. " J'uinVi " '""x T.'iy 'iorl their petty levenge, bv putting the gas out at ("'inluiAwtr (i. M. WILLIAMS & Doyle's. mlildly The 1I1111 of HMV W .V ' LIFT, was dKsolv-i- d and leave ibenshbox on the hall sIiiIim. This by luiltUal ousei.i M ucii .'J, i'l. 1 Ma. R. Kick'iv, agent for tho Chesa- helps Ibein to bless their angel wives, befoiu m The lioiivsiil .el I'etl , liavelieell placed l1 eouutv, with saying theli prayers. Haui-k'.celebrated Uock r.ecr on Hue In Masonbarn. Tweulv good dwehliigand si ,n ,. John ,U. who all- peake and Ohio, Railroad Company in "Comolo 1110 In dreams love" a languishing till II tobacco aeies 01 n'W liunl. Ihoii.ed IIUIS I)! Hli he business of 1110 Into to settle he Fleming this city, by an arrangement, made re- young lady sung with such dieamy elleel, hand at Joseph A. Deiner's, Market siliuated on Apply lo pike live 11. lies honi tl 111. A. HUNAN, Maysville. that her sweetheart Jumped im.uiul exclaimC. CLIFT. nr.s.lni.l.wv. a2dlv O KKETT S. WA LL cently with tho Rr.izil Mail Steamship ed but como to 1110 in person, love. Is tho dtreet. in 15il& w lm most ngieeablo way. o looms, 1 ,Mi S A l.i: A desirable cott.lge ol Company, is able to give through freight D.otnsrK1 lieview, fa&hion plates, catV on 'J'hlnl sin et Abeideen.O The rooms Miss Cielghhuiui mid herattradlvi! filend rates to any point in South America. Miss Moekbi'o. created unite a confusion alogues, patterns, at Hunt k Doyle's. 'ire all on one Hour, with a nice basement. Theiels an tibnndauce of fiuit tiees, a good DAILY MARKET. A schedule we have examined shows the among uuisct Hue hearts. mSldly well of water In the yard and a good stahlt. Hepoit says, a certain blonde gentleman W. HUUHKHl", Apply to rates to be very low. Receives every ila UiVti, Lake and Saltby his persuasive power has last captivated mail) Ktwlni Aberdeen. Ohio. water FouS.m.k. Two dcbirable lots on the a dashing belle ot Uei maiitown. Mrs. O. Wheeler has moved to Abordeon, looming pike, Terms reasonable. Apply The trotting track of tho Bourbon and haso'io Ol the nurst altracttvo residences WlI.I.IAM O'BltlKV. FOIt KKTT. a'Jdlw to Association will be completed in on Second street. 3Pi-ico- s Mr. Palmer has opened his grocery In such XxO"K7r3E:3,I,. about two weeks and work will then be- a llourlshhuz manner that It. Is equaled by William Wou.mai.i) has'just received TOIt ItlLVTHootus lor lent lu le central Mmwaiiii.ini'iiiiini Ii part of the city. lnuiflre at tl the Paliuiir'sgonileiniinly and courto none. Mr. imiWMitwJWi gin on the grand stand and other im- ous maniieis have, made hliu a general HUI.LHTiy oeficf:. supply of superior grate coal which he t'J7 14,008 Uoxos old in a yeur Oy OWE Druggist of Tho grand steud is to have favorite. provements. Sldwl Miss Kllle Maun, n handsomo young lady is selling at 10 cts. per bushel. m a seating capacity of 7,000 persons, and of Lexington, Ky., Is visiting relatives at this At Morrison & Kackloy's a fine collecwill be similar to that at Lexington or place. Monday being olectlon day our streets wore thionged creutlng n commotion that It tion of oil paintings, chromos and comics, the one at Louisville. the natives. Ono old gentleman who Apply to A. 11, Jones, sex- had such adlftlcult tlmo In crossing the street picture frames, brackets, wall pockets, J; Masonic pin. ulldlt ton ot the Christian oiiuicn. lL3ver. Act Directly 011 tlie IIVHI'Cl'Hr.t, broudway N. Y." "It a4dlw Cl'BKS CII1I.I.S ASMl KKVKH, The manufacturers of cigars in Mays- romarkod, says,beats Misses Wheelers me towel racks, &c. . Iteport tho sick Hkaiiaiiik, lliunu's C'oi.u.Cosstii'a- 111 KH, PaLI'ItaTION THIM, HIIKI'MATISM, ville have been notified by order of tho doubly welcomed back to Aberdeen, as their OK TIIK IlKAHT, I IZINkSn. TOIIIMD l.IVJ'.U, We have just received new lino of LOST. musical capabilities aro a pleasing acquisiANI1 ALL ClUTKIlToNIII'K. Sl.KKIM Cigar Makora' Union, that a 8triko will tion to the towu. DlSKAHFH OK THE I.IVl'.R stationery, scrap books, pocket books, and If a " fetil very wen." Blnglo pin Why such needless curiosity among bo sT r garnetSomewhere In the clt.v yeslorday. If you iln notNthniiliitiis Itie ANDti STOMACH. ut begin on tho firat of May for an additional Ktomnch, restores beihtuuu ear ring. Llhoial reward pnhl many, concerning the young lady, who keops all miscellaneous goods. ono dollar a thousand on all grades of a lunidsuuio Maysville gentleman posted as to the niiutlte, Imparts vlor to the system. aod.'tt THIS OFFICIO. letumed to M0MU8ON & Kaci:i,ky. a4dlv cigars. Tho tax reduction of $3 a thous- news. wow Informed bv a strawberry hlondo, Wo MTEW ladles and on cigars goes into effect on that day, that Pittsburg l.o.ird take the palm for bounJ. A. Jackson &, Son, of Mayslick, aro of ono noar bv, who has ty. Wo have Pittsburgh, Pa. R,E, SELLERS & GO,, and tho operatives think that a part of received sulllclent homtigo tocouvlneo us ol tho solo agents in that place tor till of J. DOMESTIC PATTERNS 0. Aver & Co.'s celobrated patent meditho reduction ought to bo added to their the fact. IIlLAnY. AT cines" and many other valuable preparaearnings. Tho outlook is that tho strike tions, among them T. B. Smith's Kidney COUNTV IMHNiS. 6c will bo general over tho country. fl7. Tonic. Call and get a bottle. l. i ' i k, to-da- y. I to-da- y. l: j I i 1 Iven-tuek- y uric i Amistiong. who died suddenly on theioihof March. In 111 Ih. France. I'hls'btlllluiit. witty. polished, intelligent, com twins " uoiitleman of the old school," was born lu this city nn tho'JIrdol Outober, lwil. Ills duller was John Aimsiioiui.one of the most pioiiilnent men lu the business and social cheles ol his day. He wii.soiie ol the most public spirited men Mavsvllie hen ever Unown. ueneioiis and liberal to his town and lo his cam eh. Almost unaided he built the M. K. Church, 011 ;lnl, slice), and presented to Uie town oneo' Its public schools. Hennd his brother, Johnson contributed largely to Ibeeiuly of Maysville. Ills death was universally reuretted. Of his nuineioiis lainlly. but foui nieiuheis now survive, Mih. K. 11, l.ee, f lialtliuore, Mrs. It. ti. Dobvns. Mis. T. II. Mnniieii, of this cliy. and Air. V. V. tit tltlNhoio, O. .liimesH. Arinstioiu; was, In enrlv llfe.assi). cluteil with thu hito.fns. Ilfwlttt.ol Louisville Ky., In the owiieishloaud inaniiuement ol the Kaniiwha Halt Woiks. (11 1S. he leumved to Cliieliinatl. He was the seeon'd 1'ieslilenl ol the Commercial Hunk, of that city, suc ceeding Hoberl Huchaiian, 1N., who counted hlmsell oneol many wann fiieiids, Ainoni' thrin were Heuben Springer, I'q., Win. tiaoper, iii., .iuiud 110 uiiy, .nidge iturueii. and others In Cincinnati, lu our oli A. M. January, Ksi , Clnlsilun Hlinlt.. ;. II. NMihoNnn Ki deceased, Dr. John Slinckli-lor- d anil ninny others knew inn! loved liltn In hlsyoiith.soino ol tin in have Increased the client uiiiJorll, some me still awaiting thtdi sumtiio'is to join the" Inniunerable liost ot those whom men call dead." In IbH Mi. Aiinstiousi leslgncd his jioslilon In he HanU.deslgnlim to make his fuiure homo la Pails, Krai.ee. He has made lreiiienl vNlts lo Aineilea and has been a ureal tiav. oler. Ho was one ot the most samiclous, bankers that Cincinnati has known, and, as his lecoid proves, a most snccesstul man of business. Hislaigo estate Isthete-sulthis uullrmg Industry and energj. Not many Americans Horn this .section of the United Stales, but can lestltlv to his slneeie and iiulalllng hospitality. To his kluditd. to his friends of dear " l.iuig Synu"he va boundlessly cordial Altboiwh he lived so long la aiilstant laud, his lov for, and ixide liihlsown.weie boundless. His attiiehnient lor this, the place of his btith.und lortln-clnnatthe home of his early manhood, with him until the transition which we call death, opened his ees with denier vision to the loveliness ol that " tnlrcountiy wheto our hearts abide." His charities, both public nod private, were almost unlimited, and It amy tiulybesald that his light hand was Ignorant ol the deeds of his left. His habits were simunostentatious1, ple, his life blameless, Ills Integrity uiiltnneiteliiible. He. leacs an extensive f.infly elide to mourn with keen egret the iiiepaiableloss ol this kindest mid most ueneioiis liieud, hrothci and uncle. Althouuh they feel sure thai he has received tho lewaid ol his noble lile lu " the enjoyment ol " pence tluil passeih of the "gloilous llaht thai fadeih never," they long with unspeakable desiie to know him once moie lu the tlesh. The tlce of this death, so deeply dp oied. shmilil have been Issued tlnu since, but ot It have only Just been leeelvid. This Is a very unwoithy iilbule to the memory of such a mini, bill one ol deen. ie erent love Is and will be pteserved In the hearts of his kindled and friends, loiu nit' his form has returned t ilusi In the uemitl nil cemetery of Mot.tmarire. his last lonu home. Asleep In Jesus! lar tlotii thee : Thy kindred and theli gtaves una he; lillt there Is still II blessed slep. Kiom which none eer wakes to weep Arm-stionmic-cesn, s Ann-HtlOIl- little of 01?AKA IIOIJ-Imay prove the forerunner of a complaint that may be fatal. Avoid the result by taking Ayer's Cheiry Pectoral, the bent known remedy for colds, uouuhs, eatarrh Appeaianeeni the iisunt5.iwhe1lcoi11edi.111, bronchitis, incipient consumption, ..n U,11U1 .1 1:.,,. .... ...1 l,l,,mi """ '""- "" " How are wcever going to get through We are our spring and summer'!-- , work In S. Hiown's successful comedy, all run down, tired nut before it begins." ii We so say many a fnrmei's family. druggist and pay five answer go to your SOL SMITH RUSSELL. TOM DILLOWAY dollars for six bottles of Ayer's ju-- t you the medicine This is In which ehnrictcr he- will lniio.Iuee his IxlllOlls need, and will pay compound interest on the investment. SONGS, SPECIALTIES Tnr slight cold you think so O. 1 "'V ,. , MONDAY, April 9tk - S0L SMITH RUSSELL Etlgewood Folks." - Sar.sa-purill- a. llWWlWimjM JMCOtWdMWfclWM.fll UM ItEI'AIL.HACKKI'. Corrected dally by O. W. oud si ieei, Muysvlllr, Ky. Limestone.. Ma. Of.iskl, grocer 8 h Vi II Ttiyloi AND IMPERSONATIONS. uppm tluc co iDiiny have been select-'i'- d Tin fioin the limit rank l theUiniuutle Admission V) and Vi eel ts. si,.(S on sale at pro-!fsln- n. V. rt.uuit. I'iihi G. hKUOKh. I- - .Maysville City i.ard, t Tri svllle Kainlly RETURN 'OF THE FAVORITE! , "asou county Kentuckv Mills liu tier, 1rtir Kggs, Meal id 7o Ml 15 II d07 Chickens peck .' I Com-meicl- g Moliisses. fuixjy Coal Oil, V !,'nl Sugar, granulated V Iti . " A.V. " yellow am Hums, sugar etiie'l "it Hi.. uncoil, nreuaiast el r. 110111111 C'ltl.-- 3M I To -- U OPERA house; THURSDAY, APRIL 5th . f I I II tjH 10 1.1 Hiig.ieiiuni extinoulinar.v of the peerless en of OpelulSouirc. ol tiitllou PoiittooV peel: heims V J L'llIIOIl Jl) lj 50 ADilciYI OSHD b. WANTS. the Alice Oales Opera Bouffe Co. !LA MASCOTTE. j T gen-eiot- is 1 g 11 11 iiinlci-standing- , 11 " ") is 1 fc . a . - 1 111 ' i I ' a.-- . . n, k, I'hi-ter- OIT"5TITEMS. e ,;.. ,, V " C-i- . 1 l'". m( ' iinr2(i-'JwiKt- w 111 1 DissoiutioJi Notice kV i . s 111 I H- - JOHN WHBBLBa'S 111 Ag-cultur- al tlao 1. 11 I Fsri. 11 ij Hunt Doyle's. SIMMONS' MAYSMCK, Smith Ku.sskm,, ono of tho popular comedianH of the day, will appear at tho Opera llotiso on tho 9th inst., as Tom Dilloway in " Kdgowood Folks." Tho play has been rewritten and generally reconstructed. A good deal of irrelevant matter has been hown out of it, and moro bright comedy h is been written in. Tho reconstruction effects better situations for Mr. Iimwoll, brings him ofteuer on tho scone, and introduces more naturally than boforo Sol Smith UitsgiMTschar-aL.o- r Skotohos, impersonations and songs, in which he stands unrivalled on tho coi imporary stage. Sor. Thoie will be ft show of stallions In Mays-licon next Satuiday, tho llth inst., at two o'clock p. in., at whlelillino Unit's Mnmbrlno Fleming county Is oxneoted lo he piesent, of Kentucky Chlot, Floming county, Allco North, Fii'inlug countv. owned by Logan A Saninel, Hlchmond. by Win. Dudley, A lmont, the piopeity of Jack Turner of Ml. Canuol, Diavni'in tlie second, a recently lmpoitod Ivdesdn'o or Norman Peichoron stallion, owned by Price & Carr, Fleming county, the premium combined stallion. Yellow Jacket, of this county, owned by dipt. Win. r. Fox and W. F. Thompson, Yorkshire Mambilno, the propel ty of Titos. D. Woithlnglon, Mason county, Lauiartlno, the propel ty of Jus. M. Plpor Mason county, Hoston Cockspur, tho property ot 'Squlro Charlos F. Williams, county, Kentucky, tint propeity of Waltoi S. Pany Mason county, Hadger Cockspur. tho properly ol Mr. .Moran, of Charleston Muson cMinty, Aluiont, the property of Mose D.uilton.of riaysvlllo, and many others too tedious to mention. Don't forgot K. M. Uitoviw. show. k Ma-so- n JJot-tor- and Monday an imjnenso lot of boots and Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter. Water shoes at prices unprecedented, Call and Keeps constantly on hand Hath Tubs.Pumps, closets, Wasti Stands, Force and Lift Wiouglit Iron and Lead Plno.UlobeAugleand secure bargains. Check Va vcs. Steam and Water Uauges. Dealer In tho celebrated Calumet brand ot Sewer Sensation of the Week. mid Drain Pipe. Jobllng prnuipll attended to and all work wauanted. We have on hand a lot of ladies', misses' doots abovl Geo. T, Wood's. Second stleet. two lIlMJni Si'i:ciAh bargians in boots and shoes at F. B. Hanson's. We will offer Saturday A Specific for Dyspepsia and eases of tho Kidneys. Dis- and children's side laco kid, pebble and lasting shoe3 which wo propose to sell at f tho otiginid cost. Thoy are made Manufacturor and Inventor of of tho best material and cannot bo bought anywhero in tho United States at tho prico wo proposo to sell them. 1 hey are Made Double or Sluglo for moil orhnss. Ad .i unri.i.iMivuTiui,' II iuiiiii.'. . ... '.H UIIWl off'ored to oloso out tho stock, care T. IC. Hall it Son, ' C. 1$. 0..HT& Co. .Maysville, Ky. ivldlw 'ldawly WILLAM CAUDLE, one-hal- TRUSSES. used gratifying HAS ben iniiiv with most uises Prof. F, obstinate lu W. Hurl:, pr ifessor )f riiomltry at tho ol (.'Iticlnnat I mii s this water "belongs to tho same class with that ot tho A'lleghanv Sjirlims, ot Vliuluia," tho medUlual vlituo's of which ai o too well known to lie slated hure. Those who desm to try this famous water are refilled to Captain C!. V. Hoyd, Levannu Oblo. Clllltl til (J. M. IlnllowilV. I'lniilnnutl 1O1 lo; .I.J.Uilpe, tJtticlnnatl, Ohio. For salt) ... 1...1. ,,... .. , ity HI null lllilll snimjim-- i... tU. SIMMONS. I'ronrlutor. Unl-veislty I I inSSdwtf Aheidcen.Ohlo. NEW FEATURES. Doner KelatcM Gurflclil'n l'romlnic to ltoiince JnmcH and .McVcnjrli. o Washington, April 4. will never end. Tho prosecution of Dorsey concluded tbo last night, whereas everybody was giving them all tho week. At one or two place-th- e testimony grew interesting, though tor tho most part it was of a dry, routine character, consisting of minuto details, th forco of which is only perceptible to the attorneys, and ofton enough not to them savo with a largo microscope. For instance, the nudienco was all attenStar-routstir-priscross-examinati- the antagonists "being pretty evenly Hatched. Tho third round is said to tavo been a spirited one, and heavy idds wero in favor of Linksy, but McLaughlin Bcomcd to bo bettor scienced. ' he fourth round brought tho claret from oth, but with no disadvantage to either. In the fifth round both came to tho scratch villi no little vim, and tho punishment wns iliout evenly divided. In tho sixth round ioth felt somewhat worse of the wear, and Considerable spar-lu-g ilowcd like porpoises. y was indulged in, when Linksy fell, his chin striking a root. HN ofk was broken, and he expired alnio-istuntly. McLaughlin suncudcrcd him-tel- f to tho authorities. est, ncci-nta!l- CITY AND COUNTY VlRECTOltl. Judge A. E.Cole. Commonwealth's Attorney T. A. Cnrran. Clerk U. D. Parry. Hlieriir Perry Jotrerson. f Dan Perrlnc. Deputies: t'lmn Jcflernon. (. J. V. Alexnndor. Jailer Uennls Fllzurald. Tuesday alter second Monday In January, April, July and October in each year. Judge Win. P. Coons., County Attorney J. h. WliiUiker. Clerk-- W. W. Uall. Second Men day c each mouth. Tuesday Court BC'ircnlt Conrt. CLOTHING. CLOTHING. KENTUCKY CLOTHING HOUSE. B!SK County Court. tion when J)orsey told hold Miss Springnmn was appointed to a clerkship in ono of the departments in 1881, on his recommendation, and how ho went to his inncho in tbo appointment Mexico beforo was made out, and Rerdcll got it nnd took it to her, and uftcrwnrd how this creature wrote vilo letters to her, which letters wero in the possession of thewitness. The Government didn't, call for them. The interview with Kordcll at tho Albemarle Hotel, Now York, was then taken up, nnd led tnDorsey's visit here, and tho affidavit Uerdell made, denying what bo bad told James and MacVcagh. Tho affidavit was very hard on 'tWIs.H. COOPSR DEAU, .Short Sketch of the Invent fill Ciircci ol'th Well Known IMillunthrnplst. Peter Cooper died three o'clock this morning ol In bis last moments Mr, was attended by Dr. J. J. Hull, tho fnm ly physician, and Dr. Itul'iis P. Lincoln. About ten days ngo he contracted a severe cold, with a tendency toward pneumonia, lie grew butter, however, and last Saturday went o'ut for a walk and en mo back exhausted and took to his bed, which ho never loft. Edward Cooper and Mrs. Abraham S. Hewitt wero with him when bo breathed his last. Mr. Cooper's wife, who was Misi Sarah Hedell, of Hempstead, L. 1., nnd whom ho married in 181U, died in 186!). Peter Cooper was born in Now York i n 175)1, his parents being in humblo circumstances. Ho was obliged to pick up an education as best be could. At seventeen he wns an appreutico nt coaoh making. His first start towards a fortune wa9 by the invention of an improvement in machines for shoaring cloth during tho war of 1812-1- 5. Ho then went into the manufacture of cabinet ware, afterwards into the grocery businoss, and finally in the manufacture in of glue and isinglass, which business he remained for over half a century, accumulating a handsome fortune. In 1830 he built works for the manufacture of iron, and afterward a rolling and wire mill in New York. In 1845 ho had a rolling mill for making railroad bars at Trenton, N. J. At Daltimoro, in 1830, ho designated and built tho first locomotive engine constructed in America, oporating it on the Baltimore and Ohio Itailroad. For eighteen years he was President of the Now York, Newfoundland and Loudon Telegraph Company. He also experimented successfully in a project for the best propelling power for boats on the Erie Cannl, using the endless chain. Always interested in his native city, he was chosen to the Board of Assistants and of Aldermen. Ho was also promiueut in the establishment of tho old Public School Society. He accomplished tho great object of his life, tho establishment of an institution, tho Cooper Union, for free education. In 1854 bo laid tho corner-ston- e of a large building on Third and Fourth avenues in New York, devoted to art and science. This institution now counts over il.000 pupils per year. It has a school of art for women, a frco school of telegraphy for young women, lecture rooms, reuding rooms, and n library of over 10,000 volumes. The annual expense of this institution is about $00,(100. In 1879 Mr. Cooper added another story to this building. Mr. Cooper was a candidate for President of tho United Stntos, on tho Greenbuck Labor ticket in 1870. . . at half-papneumonia. st or Ni:w Yoiik, April 4. i I B James and MacVcagh. Dorsey went on to fay that if be bad written it, " thero would havo bceu soino English in it." Merrick asked him what bo meant. Dorsey replied In tho. vigorous manner ho employs when thoroughly in earnest, that James and MacVcagh wero two dirty scoundrels who disgraced tbe offices thoy held and tbo administration that put them in office. He added that if Garfield had been shot a vreck later both of these persons would havo .been kicked out of their offices in contempt and disgrace, and this ho bad promised Dorsey to do, in the presence of Ingersoll. During the delivery of tho reminiscences of the pant that is so far back and yet so near, tho silence in was almost painful. None the court-rooof the counsel bethought him to object, and the Court was equally wrapped up in the matter. Colonel Bliss forgot his usual encoring smile, and Bat with a UBual face paler than and a Bet mouth, looking intently into the face of the man on whom ho bad so abjectly fawned in his day of power, and, oblivious to time, or placo, or change of circumstances, the vulgar Mephistophilcs of the New York bar, nnd politics .dropped bis mask and nodded acquiescence as tho cold truth fell in fiozen facts from Dorsey'slips in earnest tono and measured voice. Colonel Dli8 corroborated tbe by thus punctuating his story by confirmatory nod. Dorsey quit talking. JUiss looked quickly nrotmd as if startled, and resumed bis sneering mask. Merrick hastily took up the dropped thread of bis examination, nnd things went on ns usual again. It is supposed that John W. Doric;, (Oar-held) m June.tieptoinber nnd Lteceir.borln tncli year. InpriHtrutcM Coiirtm. Mnynville, No. W. H. Pollock nnd J.L. tSrant, tlrst nnd ililid Tuesdnys In Mnrcb, Juic,Beiitcinloruud Dcrcniber. ' Mnyhvllle, No. 2. M. F. Mnrsh nnd W. L. Holton, first Sulunlny nnd lourth Tuesday, Riiino niontlip. Dover, No. A. A. Gltibon nnd A. F. Doli.vnt, first nml tbhd Wednesday, saine liiontiiH. Mlucrvn. No. -0. N. Weaver nnd J. II. Watson, Hist nnd tbhd 'JuidnH, same months. Oermnntown.No.ri-- K. V. Pollock nnd Jn. Feenu, first and thiitl Sntindnys, batne months. Siinlli, No. -J. M. Hull nnd J. W. Tiltor, second nml fomth .Sntuidiiys, sumo montliK. Mnysllck, No. -C. W. WlillnniKnnd J. D. Raymond, second nnd lourth Fridays, same months. Lewisburp, No. 8 J. M. Alexander and Aimer Honl, second and fourth Thursdays same months. Orangeburg, No 0 W. D. Corvelland W.J. Tullv, tlrst Satiuday nml lust Monday.same months. Wnshlnpton, No. 10 John Itynn nnd Jnine Rmtthers, fourth Tuesday and thhd Wcdnes day.camo months. Murphytville, No. 11 Lewis Jctlerson nnd E. L. Giuilt, fourth Monday nnd third Tlmrs clnv.same months. Fern Lenf, No. H. K. Mnstln nnd J. D. Burgess, second ami fourth Saturdays, saint months. CoiiHtiiblcn. Mnysvllle, No. -J. P. Wnllnee. Mnysvllle, No. 2 W. L. Moran. P. McMillan. Dover, No. W. Mlnorva.No. 4 James Runyon. No. 5 Isaac Woodward. Germantown, Bardts, No fl J. A. Collins. Mnysllck, No. 7 Tiiomns Murphy, Lewlshurg.No.8 8. M. Strode. OrnpgehurB, No. - Thomas Hlse. Washington, No. 10 Jntnes Gault. Murphysvlllo. No. 11 W. R. Prnther. Fern Leaf, No. 12- -B. W. Wood. Society ItlcrtlnifN flriiNoulc. Confldeneo TiOilge, No. 52. llrxt Monday oi each month. Muon Lodge. No. HI2, third Monday of each month. Mnysvillu, Chapter, No. 0, second Monday of each month, Mnyhvllle Cominnudery, No. 10, fourth Montlny of euch montli. l.-.T 4- UiMitKriy i'otirt. niter second Mondr.y In Alnrrh. Fresh arrival of Spring Goods to be sold at tbe lowest ble prices. possi- A Complete line of latest styles and best make of RBADY-MAE- E for men, vouths and children. GLOTHISTC, s. C- 7- Positively the finest line of city, Piece Goods, imported and domestics, ever brought to this fash-ionwhich we aro prepared to make up in the latest styles and Perfect fits guaranteed. Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods including many novelties, llats, Caps, Trunks and Valises. Call and sec us. 31 Second St. ITicroy & Lee. Vegetable Sicilian America Ahead! 12-- HAIR RENEWER was tbe first preparation perfectly adapted to cure diseases of the scalp, and tbo Arst successful restorer of faded or gray hair to its uatural color, growth, and youthful beauty. It has hod many imitators, but nono baTO so fully mot all tho requirements needful for tbo proper treatment of tho hair and' scalp. Hall's llAin Uknewkb bos steadily grown in favor, and spread Its fame, aid usefulness to ovory quarter of tbo globe. Its unparalleled success' can be attributed to but ono cause: the entire uljilment of Us ptvmitcs. Tbeproprletors havo often been surprised nt tbe receipt of orders from remoto countries, tvbero they bad never made an etTort for iU introduction. Tbo uso for a short timo of Hall's Haiu ItENKWER wonderfully improves the personal appearance. It cleanses tho scalp from all impurities, cures all humors, fever, nnd dryness, nnd thus prevents baldness. It stimulates tbo weakened glands, and enables them to push a new and vigorous groi tb. Tho eirects of this nrticlo are not transient, like thoso of alcoholic preparations, but remain a long timo, which makes its uso a matter of economy. 3-- 0- FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DEALERS. tSK FOR IT! BUY IT!! nilld&wlm TRY ITU J. C. Peeor & Co. KnrnnipniPiit, No. 0, second and fourth Mondays in each months at 7 o'clock. DolCnlh l.odgo. No. 12, Tuesdny night, each Pl-gn- i.o. 27, . r. MAYSVILLE, KY. GARDEN SEEDS, VAIXTS, for-wn- rd wrk.nt7n'plocl:. RiiiKKold. week.nt "o'etook. I.odycioom The No. Wednesday night, each Tuesdny of each mouth. 0 1 J.N. VA IIS I S 51 ami KEA IY JlIXi:i 1'AIMS, Pn-pei-, flrt nnd Ihltd on liuii'lits of Honor. Sutton stient. will go on itiiiaucj.i. hbxoukceh. finite WINlilro. Hint I.iito I'ronoiiiict's Hvtumilvvl. 'ouiim; (liiti mi C'tiir.lOnt'- - Limestone Lodge, No. SO, Frlilny night o encli week. I. . W. M. Wednesday night ench week.at their liallon Second stteut. Ht H. oil'. fiiiilclin'r WALL PAPER. ( WINDOW SHADES. Jiiipec Piiper, BUCKINGHAM'S DYE ron tiii: AN D WHISKERS Will change tho beard to a natural brown, or black, as desired. It produces a permanent color that will not wash away. Consisting of a singlo preparation, it Is npplied without trouble. Wahiiimitilv, April 1. Judge Vilsblr late counsel for JJciilell. in uu intcrvieu i lay, denim nerd HcrdoU in uiiincus.iri Among; other things in rrius. jUmnuit of bis lute client he said 11b in one of the most treaclim-niu-ever met. IJu fouled me. 1 hud lnnr .hat lie tooling me. Dorsey vn- - u fooled in him. tor h? told me that heidei am fooling mo, but i cou'd not believe ii I told ill in finally what 1 had heard, it ml , 'In.uglit I had a right, ns his attorney to know if it was so. Ho swore by i that was good and b.ul that it win tin truo; that be hud never met ono of tie liovernnient Counsel, or anybody cotineutcii with the Government in consultation. Ai sno timo it was published in the btar that he was going to turn ou tho defendant (called his attention to the publication, nnd he denied it most emphatically. I then suggested to him the propriety of a denia through tho same chnnnol. He agreed to it, and I, in order to have it right, wrote tho cards denying the story. No ono was more surprised than I was when Itcrdoll did ns he did. Ho is the most intumous scoundrel I evor had anything to do wtth." their hall on Limestone street. rather .M n I tip w T. A. S. First Hundiiy in encti month, nt their hall on Limestone st loot. Koilnlity It. Jr. Spcond and fourtliKundiiys In ench month, . MOTICE. ! A CAX'-Xjon- cl ofthe celebrated Keeoud Sunday in eneh mouth, nt their Hull Just received. Call nnd iict one for an Limestonestreet. tlinn you ever bought 11 Whkoii. Clprnr FliM Tuenduy night in each intuitu. St. B'atrifli'H Ilriicvolrm Kltly. WEBSTER WAGONS leinoiiev ItlLEY. . M R. P. HALL ritEI'AKED & CO., 15V Nashua, N.II. Sold by all Dealers in Medicines. 3Iutcrs' I'niou. i. o. o.'r. 1 auK-Jdl- AULvV FOR ALL THE FORMS or Scrofuloim, Mercurlnl, nnd niood Disorder, tbo best remedy, because tbo most UK tuorougu wood- SApuriller,,1s 1 vi Monday night ol each week. Mm 1.. nlti;3U C. R. R m. Helena, Mo.st., April 4. Henry Fuhr-mnu- n in.K. Depitrtx atai lives m. and n. m. nnd 8:15 p. 12 o:15 a. has been sentenced to be hanged nt Bonanza, down Mummy, Wednesday and Fridays at II p. in. UpTuesday.ThiirsUny and Helena, May 2, for the murder of his Satuulay nt K p. m. An Oht JIhii to llniitf. T. "WW&Llir UKAT.KH IN STAPLE AND FANCY ' pz&. son-in-la- Jacob Kcneh. ears old. Fulirinnun i bcv-nt- y siahljiicx! Now uv 'i.M:';rt.i'ii. nin-Hii1 The Hoard tit C'ounril nieetb the tlrbt evening in each month. t'M'Y vi:kn3iknt. Thuis-da- y Major Homeo Jnnuniy, Kaci lens, Tobacco, CIparH, QueeiiBwnrr. Vooden ware, Glass-ware- , Notiouw, Ac. HlKlieM price paid for lountiy PioUuee. Goods dellvend to any pint ol the city. uEoTta 5 sx Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Sold by all Druggists ; $1, six bottles, ?3. ' Washington, April 4. James II. Bart-let- t, a fireman on tbe illfatcd and renowned Arctic cruiser Jeannette, and the last of tho four late arrivals from Siberia, was examined by the Jeannette Hoard but nothing new was disclosed. This practically closes tbe inquiry. Dr. 13. P. Collins, of Minneapolis, who lost a brotbor on tho Jeannette has wired the Judgo Advocate that ho has mailed a nodes of questions ho wishes propounded Bartlett before tbe inquiry is given tho coup de grace, relative to the treatment of tho deceased Collins by Captain Dc Long, also perished, but Judgo Advocato Wainwright says the investigation is at an end so far as any developments aro concerned, and intimates that the report to be rendered will exonorate everybody upon whom the slightest suspicion rests. y, The Jennnotte Inquiry. Prei'ldunt L, Kd. Petit re, First WardFied. Bendel, A. A. i. No. red, ,ul li''h Coin I'uiily L. Kd, i'euico. Alixi-w:1 .tu; do Western, M'i, active Second ard Dr. G. W.Martin, ThomasJ, WeMern. Aliji.iTr. "" futures 6VuS'c. uriti Chenoweth, M.C. IIutchliiK. l'liovibio.ss. llfcf New plum nies, $11 7fi(iji Tnlid Ward Mutt. Peaiee.K.W. Fitzgerald. 1!! 75; new extra do, &I:I(k11 Pork Spot new David Hechmgur. , 81!i 75. Jrd nnd lnir: SIhhiii J. P. Phlster.B. A. Fourth Wuul-- Dr. rendered. ll.Mic. IJmtpr Dull unci hravy: W extJohn W. Alexander. ;tiio. ChefM ern, log:i(oj KlyTn oreuini-ryFinn Filth Ward Wm. B. Mathews, JnmesHal), at a&nyia. Edward Myall. April A. Flour Howard Mrert Treasurer uiul Collector E. K. Pearee. ISnltinioi'c, Clerk Harry Tnylor. and Western super, $3 37(&,4.Efuinlly, Sn,t 7. nnd n. U Winter led, Grain Wheat Marshal J ames Ittdmnnd. IS. Corn Mixed spot, tU(a,V. Hoboii lfiownlng. April $1 Deputies. i Wnjf DftWW)1, mtxpij, 4'.(aWo. Oats Wfstrn whito, 61(jKi!; Quiet nt 677Uo. Robei t Flcklin. Kye WlHirfmastei ClnclmiRtl, April 4. I'l.niii tsp riKiN. Wooduud Coal Inspector Peter I'arker. Flour Market dull. Winter putnit, Vijjti "ii; Marketmttster M. T. Cockerill. family, $iCf&& low crude, Si 7.'ijj 'if ; Mnini; Lily lMiysiclan Dr. J.T.Hlrodo. -- No. i red, t It; patent, $0 767 2". Wheat Keeper ot Aims House Mrs. tt. Mills. hard, $1 l:tl li. Com No. i mixed, f4 choioe mixed ear. 4sw4'Jc. Oatx No. 2iiiixil, 0lc; Hyp Nn. J, tl'.'c. on 4iic, and No. 2 white, Tbo. Itoino. Conroril. Innelies-tc- r trupk, and Gilo in elovator. lfarley Itiuied from Viuieeburs'. MiiyNvlUe Dally I'noUot, (tint Wads-wortI s int-Mt'u-Pttl- rd York, pril Oi 'I .tii'i Wheiit draw Hint '2 April, 4 Klein ash lkhn-riuur--Mu- iiii x.iHi k'. uil(i,ii 'No. 1 ulnliv SI Hi iir. Coiint'll. Cor. Fourth and Plum Streets, apliilyd MAyaVJLLE.A'Y. Boding DRAPING, School eemovalT G. A. McCARTHEY has removed and all tho FINISIUNO PAltTS of aggg Address: Wal-lingfoi- d, , -- l his Quoonswaro store to tho build-ing on Sutton street, two doors Second street. my5dly BUY YrOUll 9 DRESSMAKING! Position Guaranteed if Desired. 1 bo-lo- w LADIES UTinzont of city BOARDED FREE wnlla learning. the 3).W.H0ODY&CO. Ninth St. CINCINNATI. OHIO. inur3difcw3tn I "Watches, Jewelry AA IYON&HEALY' AND SILVERWARE State & Monroe Sts., Chicago Wilt itnd AT BAND CATALOGUE, riM to nny dlmi Ihelr . ( "tlftBI.il t.SfctO-- A3IATEUR ntlJCE FIGIIT. tbe Sinking Didn't Amount to Much, till One or the JJojn l'ell Uonu nnd l.oo sidri-- , lO.iWy i(l-y- ; 10.70o; au(r cured inputs, lmina, nillouiiiers Ha','i"i nrniiKiiut nauon, i'.(ijiJ,'.,o. onll- Orocsrim. Cotlpo Ulo, Inferior, nw nary , UhcaliMie-- : goou, lo'.imnc. H'ip : stNiidard clnritcd. 7iiM8'io: extra C. 7!trt MoTasp Nmv A, 8(5i8Jo ; cut loaf, good to prime 43ijt".!c t lorglium, 25(970. A pplrs Choice, $t 60 Fnl'iTH and VEOtTArtE. I 76 porbrl from stiirn. Cnbbnge tl 60(U2 per brl. Onions to(l 25 per brl. Turniii o76u 2 por brl. Carrots 81 per brl. Cucumber-Sl- &l per doz. Potatoes -- Noithcin Dm UuiUh, Slwl 03 ppr bu; Michigan roup, 85l 0j per bu. ffweet Potatoes Soutfieni, J52 21(J2 60 por bu; Katrn scarce ut $1 jut brl; Saed sweelx, yellow, ?2(d Berniudan, Sj &n2 76; 2 23; yams, U 7S;i; Southern Queen, SH&'i 26. Hueon uuiir-Yrll- jrd Stoain leaf, lle; nrimo ttoani, tlJi'. HJ12o; 84C looso lioit lib sliouldoid, 18 75 Provisionr. Meis pork steady nt JI8 Wrr Ktlle drlnd, , e'e; It. L. JiitucE, Clerk. Loves Vancehurg dally nt fi o'clock n.m. for Mnyhvllle. mSmSMmBkmk Leaves Mavsville i:&) n.m. No. OoeH to Ripley Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridny. Connects nt Mnnchostor wltti stake lor West Union. I'or frelglit or pussago apply on houid. A IIA.t BltUOK UKI)I)EN,tapt. H3nlJtalJ m'AY J3SWELHY STORE. 43, . Second Street, auuaidly 8 dooiK West of Mnikot. if bulU, Cnps iWlU, n i. iOlniM)U, 1iiiIU. E(dJ. Drum Mft)nri blifi nl 1UU. fiundrv HiihI flu l tin. Krtlrfn (C AJU fMViHiAff.nholncluHfHi lnitmrllnn nnrt Ki ;rrbct I or Amvnr luodi, ana a lataiogar fcf Cho!c Uantl Mnilo. of tDUruiiHiiiU, - ""'m MMB fcblVd&wly i)o. s, THE ! C'lnclimntl, l'orlsiiioiitli, IUk Naiitly JOHN KYLE. President. Lkwis Olknn, Hecietury und Treasurer. , I'omoroy Packet C'oniiaiiy. V. A EDGEWOOD. Place ' WEBER PIANO. FOR SALE- IUoIio Ells XpuIk. INmuuna, Pa., April 4. A fatal prize Sgld ocourred at Dubois, a small town in ,lio hoafi of tho lumbor regions in Jeffer-lo- n county, about ninety milos from 1'itts-surIt reoms Mike McLuugblln and Martin Linksy, both boys, not moro than nghtccn years old, quarreled nnd agreed to tettlc tho dispute according to prizo-rin- g u'es. Tho fight came off after working rx.'S last evening, nnd was witnessed by largo party of puglllstio admirers. Tha :rst ream J or two wero of but little inter g. Desirable COUNTRY l.amliiiKN. TELEORAPII, MoikPh and Thursdnys C p. m. FLEETWOOD, Tuesdays and Fridays, 5 p. in. For power.purlty of lono.brilllnncy of touch BOSTONA.AVednesdnysnnd Saturdays, 6 p.m. beauty of uuiMi nnd durability It him no Portsmouth, nil Mall and Wny Landings. equal.Tho most eminent pianists prQnounce It Live Stocli Jlfiirlirt. BONANZA, TuesdnyH,Thursdny Sat'ys, 12 m. :iiii'liiiintl, April 4. Cattle Coiiunon lo fair Maysvllle,AU Mail and Wny Landings. shippers, 83(IJ5 60; good to eliolce, 51 7X4C 0; MORNING MAIL, dally (Bundnys excepted) WILL Fell privately, on reaKonnblo tennfl, IN THE WORLD. my Placo known as Kdi;ewood, on the Lexgood to choice butehers', S3 26(0 23; fair to me- ioavo uinciiinuii i:.wu. in. oinyNviiiu, 11, 111. THE dium, SI 255jgooJ to choice cotj, $3 iAjjH 76; if leigni receivcti on wnnn-bon- t. ington turnpike, ono nnd a lourth miles Irotn ;ood toohoico heifors, 56 60(56 23. llog heleet C, M.HOLLOWAY, Alnybvlllu. Tho tract contains 17 ncres, more L. F. METZlGER. mtohcis' and lioavy shippers, $7 65tf i0; fair to Suporiuteudont. orlefcs, and bus on ltu good packing, 7 2ct7 U.; fulrtogoodlicht, $7 23 0 2.1(6(7 10; culls, (Ago 33 ; common. $7 70:hog.SS MANAGER, Ilrnuch ofllce, Maysvllle, Ky. Sheep Common to lair, 31(3 atook 1 anil . It. It. l'AOIil.TH For lIiiiitliiK'ou.l'oineroy.iiiKliill way BEST I $620(3(1, and omo extrs. S'i 23 ; Lambs Are tcurce and linn at for lair to good yearling. S5tt Cliicntro, April 4. Hogg Fair to good light, $7 10(37 oo ; mixed packing, 87 1037 63 ; choice heavy, 87 C08. Cattle Fair ahlpnlni;. 35 26u$ 6?,0m 8od to choice, 7 00Q8 j butcher.', 82 76(i 4 40 for cows, S3 !J05 78 for steers J utockrrs and MiCfp Fair to choloo, 81 76 feeders, 83 6; good to choice, ciilln, SU($3 767. 75. J. C. Kacldey & Co. Dealers m FINE DWELLING :Also, Tho Matohless: Dry G001I3, Groceries, Boots, Shoos, BURDETT ORGAN. 8 60. U6, and Clothing. Hats A full Bunnl.vof ninnoHiindoruanHcofiHtnnt. Goods nlwnyH what they nro reccommonded I ly on hand. Uorr(pondeuta promptly an- Ky. feepV!Od&vly. to be. Mnin atieot, Germantown, Bwored. Puyraents easy. Caps ot sovon rooms and n kitchen, a good stublo, and all other necessary oulhulldliiKS, togotluo with a nood tenant lionso ofthreo rooms. The place is well wntoied, lins on it u pood benrlng fruit orchard of nil vurletlee.lH well adapted to gnrdonlnu' nnd bedim convenient to tho city is very desirable. Title perfect. For terms apply on tlioplncoto WILLIAM HUFF. Jaul0d&w3m