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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 1885 eve1885111701_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 1885 $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. 4 NO. 30G. MAYSyiLLE, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER PROTESTANTS REVOLT. 17, 1885. PRICE ONE CENT. upaco in the report is devoted to showing tho abundance and excellence of the material for construction ready at hand; to the climatic conditions of the country, Its rainfall and healtbfulncss, its water supply and its harbors. Tho estimate of costs of the canal was prepared after careful computations of nil the works required for tho canal aud its accessories, and is complete in all the details necessary to equip and complete tho work. It is estimated that tho canal can bo completed in aix years, aud will cost, including a conMngent'of 25 per cent added, K, ntucUy LOW PRICES COME TO STAY. J. W. SPARKS &BR0. 3L.TC.AlE THE TVA.Y. T bogin with, wo invito special attention to our prioos for 1--0, feated at Dundalk by Mr. Parnell's influ- TEE NICARAGUA CANAL ence, but obtained his seat in Louth despite th6 opposition of the Nationalist leaders. A strong party in tbo cbuntry is resolved 8IXTY MILLIONS AND SIX YEARS REMR. GLADSTONE'S OPPORTUNITY TO to support him again for purely personal LAY A HOME RULE PLN. QUIRED FOR THE WORK. reasons, oven should the convention reject him. Thoro will bo a bitter fl,;ht, with a A Chimerical ( alculatlon '(tlndatonci ui.il good chance that Mr. Callau may again Iteport of tlift CntnmlfMloiiflrn Who Hur- successfully defy tije Nationalist leaders. Old I'rlco f Alliance llnrtli'Bton Tnyeil tfxucllelit ltmiten tho l.lnn But ovon if elected Mr Calls n will not bo Timer Alarmm! HlrUlon of Mini Found America' lrcit Oppdrtim- admitted to membership in tho Irish party. . orn War Tulle Foretell The conventions practically close thU Ity WasliiiiBtoii Nutlonul. Dublin, In Nov. Mr. Glidsionu's of modified Home Rulo hn 17. deela-ration week, only thoso of Roscommon going luto next week. mid Louth 9 ' FLANNELS: 2-3; UNDERWEAR: DRESS GOODS: 1-- nu especially depr sMiii effect on both Whiff and Tory loyalist. Every Irishman &ec3 clearly that Mr. Parnell Mon's Whito Merino Shirts, 20, will havo this power in tho next piirlibimut 25, 35 and 50 conto ; Mon's All unions some unforeseen uuu as yet most unlikely division should spring up wiiutig tin Wool, Scarlot Shirts, 60, 05, 75 Irish members themselves. will and $1. Our 75 cent Bed Shirts The hopa that tho English parties now combine to olsowhoro at clearly seen resistbothe Irish oemhtid is aro as good as sold chimcrlcul. The disM to 91. Our $1 Bod Shirts as good vent effect of the passion for rule is too great to bo overcome. It is felt that in any as sold olsowhoro at $1.25. event, through the Conservatives may re main silent until the elections aro over on tho Homo Rule question, or tin ougb thoy may attempt to utilize the try, "Dioi-n- i Goods piro is in dangerl" they will bo ready whn Twonty-ilv- o pioces Dross the pa assembles to at 4 2 cents ; twonty pieoos of the housosupport of Air.purcfiastf in ordei to Paruell Dross Goods at 10, 12 1--2 and 10 remain in power. onts; Best Blaok Silk in tho Mr. Gladstone's speech is regarded as L r I unskilful more so oven than market for $1. Special Bargains Hartingtou's. It has decided many wavermembers to in Ladies' Missoa'and Children's ing Nationalistgeneral election support tbo by making Tories at the "Wraps, Children's HaTolooka. clear the immense advantage which party would obtain by bringing nbou. something like an eqillwitiou of power between the Liberals and the Tories in the Grey Blankets, 75, $1, $1.50 and new parliament. No decision has yet Uhmi reached on this important iolut, butsluce. $2 per pair; Whito Blankots, Mr. Gladstone's speech many Irish member 1.2S, 81.50, $1.76,3 $2 00, $2.50, who wero (ormorlv in favor of supporting the Liberals have changed their opinion, $3.00, $3.60 and $4 60 per pair. and will vote when the time comes at tin polls, in both England and Ireland, lu tavoi HOSIERY and GLOVES: of supporting tbt) Conservatives. Should the Paruellltes finally deel lo to 1444 pairs Seamless Books at 10 adopt this course they expect that sixty bea's transferred onts por pair tho ontiro pro- In England aud Jrelabd will bo making the from tho Liberals to tho 1'orios, - latter sufllciently strong, with tho olphty duction of tho Maysvillo Knittto Irish votes, ine Faotory. Glovos for all cre the Liberals to remain in power andwithdeft Hi. so long as the alliance Tho Tory gov Irish party is maiutaiued ation at low priocs. eminent holding ofllco under these conal tions would be at the mercy of the lrii party, and would havo to pay for Its sup in Jerseys and Shawls, Hats port by granting to Ireland very lur . powers. Irish landlords Caps. Ladies' Home Rulowould prefer a solution of an Caps, Soal-skith Loyalists goVernmuut, by a and Children's Hosiory, Chil questionconvinced Conservative terms could b feeling that better dren's Undorwoar at 25 per cent. made for the protection of landlord interests and the political representation ot the mi loss than anybody. nority in the' Home Rulo parliament. The NationalitU aro prepared to give tho fullest guarantees for the protection of minority in any scheme of legis 24 Market St., Maysvillo. lative iudeponJenco which will give the complete coutiol of their domestic affair to representatives of the Irish people sitting in Dublin. Five Protestants have already selected to represent purely Catholic' con stituoncies in Munster. Tho liborulty of th Nationalist party has produced a marked effect on Protestant feeling. There is now a movemont among members of Protestant young men's societies tending to bring ovei Is upon us nml tlie demand for tho mnss of the younger generation ui Protestnuts to tho Nationalist ranks. This ruovoment had Its origin among th" ProtostauU of Cork, and meetings bnvi ni ready been held by them to consider th advisability of publicly throwing in their lot with tho Nationalists. This threatened Piotestaut revolt has filled tho old time Con servatives with alarm and indignation, ami every effort will be made to suppress or check it Tho members of the young, Pro UNDERWEAR, testant party feol, however, that they musi. throw in their lot with their countrymen or cease to oxorclso any political influence outside of half a dozen district whoro tho Pro HOSIERY, GLOVES, testant population is in tho overwhelming Groy twilled Flannels 8 15 and 10 Rod Twillod FlanMictions. Both sld.w now agree nels 15, 20, 22 2 and 28 cents ; that Mr. Parnell's triutnph is merely a quesof tiino. Mr. Gladstono'j confession Twontypiocco Canton, Flannoia tion tho English parties cannot be trustol to tliut piec-o- b resist the Irish vresMiro wlillo Mr. Pai nell at 4 4 cents ; twonty-flv- o 0 and 10c. has power to su ttnin or overthrow English Canton Flannols 8, 1-3-- favor dist an. 10, created a flutter among the Nationumong no little shaking of tho li.'tid I The First llatiln. Vienna, Nov. 17. A dispatch from Bel--" grado states that after soveral hours' desperate lighting, for tho most part hand to hand, between tho Bulgarians and tbo Servians nt Raptcha tho former wero defeated diand compelled to rH1ro on rectly on the liuo of the Bulgarian capital. The Servians havo occuplo 1 U iptcha. Tho losses on both sides wero heavy. TH-viit- Washington, Nov. 17. Tho roport of Civil Engineer Menocnl, United States navy, upon tho Nicaragua canal route, recently surveyed by a party of which he was at tho head, has been mado public Mr. Mcuocnl was accompanied nud assisted by Civil U E Penvy, UnHd StiW-and Euslgu W. I. Chambers. Tho cxxlt. tlon sailed from New York December -- 0. 1834, and arrived in Pnunma December 30, and wlillo waiting there employed the tlun in oxanilnlng tho progress of work on the The expedition nwlicu Pnnnma canal. Corlnto on January 7, ISA1, und paid an ofllclnl visit to the president of Nicaragua at Mannguu. Ho exteudod n cordial welcome, nnd cy prtssed tholiopn that tho Anierlcun con gross would ratify tho pending cauul treaty and that ho would bo fortunate enough t i seo the work inaugurated during his adiuiu i8trntlon. Tho party arrived at tbo confluence of tho Rio San Juan with the Riv. r Snraplqul, tho point of preliminary opf r atlons, on tbo 2!2d of January. It ha.s boi proposed to convert the River San J dan abovo 1U junction with tho Sarapiqti' into an extonsson of the lake by conbtruc lug n feet high Tho olerva- dam seveuty-fou- r tlonsof the expedition speedily established Sys tho impracticability of this tematio reconnnifsances were made of id, tho main branches of tho Sou Frnucibco, and surveying operations wero continued, often times under groat difficulties, tin n the object of the expedition wasMicasbful accompiislied, The proposod route pxtonds from the liar bor of Greytown, on tbo Orrileun sea, to Brlto, on the Pacific. Its total length is 100.8 miles, of which SS.Of miles will bo ex cavated catinl and KJU.bS miles navigatioi by Lake Nicaragua, the river Sou Jtiati, tl. basin of tho river S(iu Francisco, nno 8"ven locks. Tbo lake (or inland sea) or Nicaregm is about ninety miles long aud forty miles wide, and will bo connected with tho Pacillc by a canul nud with tho Atlantic by slack water navigation in the river San Juan, by river San r rhort section of canal from tho Francisco, Juan to the basiu of the river San by navigation through this basin and by a canal thence to tho Carribcan sea. The route has been divided in three divislons-t- he western, thn middle and the eastern. The report describes in mlnuto detail tho encineerlng features of tho three divisions. Tho eastern division, nineteen and a half per miles in length, comprises sixty-thre- o cent of the total excavation of the entire s court of the United States rendered a decision in the railroad tax cases from Kentucky, which involve about ton thousand dollars. Tho cases relato directly to tho Nmstitutlonnl validity ot tho nwisment of railroad piopurcy i"Viod oy the hiuto board it cquallzttion. Tin docUion alllrms tho y judgements of tbo court of uppjuls of In tavor of tho state. Kon-ruck- Washington, Nov. 1'. Trip. Tbo supreme ministries bus iiul Only Skin Deop. A Bolgrado dhpatch to tho Tunes suys that tho proclamation of Kinc; Mil-idtclnrlng war on Bulgaria does IvONbON, Nov. 17. SHOOTING AFFRAY. He Kluseil not touch the truo chord of national foiling. The ptoplo do not share in tho prebuntiment ll against coutniticii tnerein and tholr Buiguria is only skill nccp. ill-wi- (hiiirlilll uullxpixeJ. Randolph Lord Nov. 17. London, Churchill, secretary ot stato for ludin, is suffering from h severe coid. His in Impotho postponomaut of sition will the delivery of political speeches which he bad arranged to make. ueco-sitato All rtettlvri. rangement with regard to tho Newfoundland fisheries has. been signed. All differences between both governments were compromised. Mote Itiirnp. Constantinople, Nov. 17. The goverr meut has stmt 30,000 poin Is to its nguu it Hungary, to bj oxpondd lu tho purclmsa of additional urtiltory horsM. 7ti Holland Cih, Nkw York, Nov. 17. James T. Holland, tbo Toxan who gives his business as that oi a land and stock speculator, wus arraignol In tho court of Oyor & Terminer before Presiding Justice Noah Davis, to answer an Indictment charging him with murder iu the first degrco for the killing of Thoma-Davi- s on the Slat of August last in a rom ou West Broadway. Tho court room wot crowded. Assistsnt District Attorney Fallows appeared for tho prosecution, while th accused was represented by Gen. Roger A. Grady, E. Price, and H Pryor, W. Macklnson, of Texas. Afior tho cjs had been called Gon. Pryor asked for u postponement of tho hearing until tho first Monday in December ou ni count of thi sickness of one of bis witnesses, but us this could not be agreod on it was adjourned to tho 35th Inst., with tho understanding that If a turther aljourmnent was desired for a reasonable perloJ t will not bo objected to y Paius, Nov. 17. Tho Anglo-Frenc- h ar- sing-ularl- y tL'-Iris- BLANKETS: the Hnhy Hood Hyp Tinned a Corner nutl Vanished. Bkadkoud, Pa., Nov. 17. Olllcer wlillo walking dowu Chambers itreet, heard tho sound ot loul talking and perceived a man named John TI'us 6cullliug with his wife at the corner of Congress nn.1 Corydon stresta. Hurrying to tho spot ho iudoavored to separato tho parties, wlion tho woman ran away. McCIeary at ouce took hold of the man, intending to arrest him, but as he did so slipped off the sidewalk, which was covored with several inches of mow, falling oa his bauds and knees into tho utter. Whlla lu this position Titus turned, drew x rovolver nu 1 fired twice at McCIeary, one ball tuklng effect in the back and tbo other in the back part of tho'head, without, how-ave- r, destroying consciousness. Rising after second or two McClsary saw Titus flseing iown Corydon street, and instantly tired Dno shot utter his fugitive, which, however, misled its mark. Titus turning a corner passod from view ind it is supposed that ho has left tho city. Before going Titus went to bis home and kisjel his baby a fond good bye. Telegrams liavo been dispatchol in all directions to intercept him if poisibla McCIeary was at once removed to his homo and me Ileal assistance called in. His exact condition cannot at present be ascertained n.s ono of tho bullets remains embedded In his bend. He Is in a sorlous condition but may recover. REFORMED JUDAISM. The National Couvfiitlou of Hebrews Held ' at IMttsbiirc. Ptrrsnuiio, Nov. 17 The notional convention ot thi Reformed Hobrew Church of America convened In the rooms of the club, on Stockton nvenus, Allegheny dolegutes were City. About thirty-fiv- e present when Dr. L. M. Wise, of Cincinnati, called the convention to order. Committees on resolution, on Rnbbath school reform, and ou tlm proniuhrutioii of tho results ar rived at by the convention were selected. Tho Rev. Dr Kohler, of New York, the rabtd through whoso efforts tho convention wns brought ahout, argued at length on tho benefits to b derived from tho passage of tho various resolutions tending toward reform of Judaism in America. In tho evening a public meeting was hold iu the synagogue on Eighth street, which was addressed by Rabbis Herat, of Chicago, Suiubhoitie, of St Louis, and Dr. Kohler. Suid Dr. Koblr: "All our meetings will he In secret session. Tbo matter of thn convention will bo tho consolidation of reform interests and reform principles within the church. Tho movement contemplates the doing n way with sonio of the traditional f'M.urosof Jiidlasm," eoutiutwd the dostor, "ihe object being to moro fully Americanize our religious forms and customs, so Mint the Ilebrow church in this country will bo us bMug on the same plana as reroguiZHi Piotojtnutisin or Catholicism." Con-eordla BARGAINS n J. W. SPARKS & BRO., t'ropnr 17. Ernest Schilling nan wbomado him Hulsknmp, tue self famous a year or so ago bv oloplng with Victoria Morosinl, apponiod as the conductor of a Scott avouijo car. llulskamp applied at tho ofllcd of the Sixth avenue surface railroad for u position as a conductor. Illicit to II U LfiYitl. New YonK, Nov h THE COLD WAVE lni CLOAKS, Ho took with him his wife Victoria and some good credentials and wus given the place ou trial. At nino o'clock ho set out ou his llrst journey, after bidding his wife an affection ute farewell. Hulscamp hus now been on of pro the road for five duys and his nation Is over. Ho will be given the position cf a bubstitutc, to till any vacancy which uny occur for tho limo belnr When a permanent vacancy occure HuUicaiiip will bo given a regular salaried position at two dollars a day. U-r- and all Winter Goods has opened, and w are prepared to raeot It with a Complete 8to.lt at prises Lower than the Lowest. Girt n n laek before buying. , BROWNING & BARKLEY, Lsaders In Low Prices, No. 3 East Second Bt. w Alii. A WORiniNGTOS, f aABUKTT 8. WALI., K. L. WOUTIIINOTOM Attornoys anil Counselors at Law, counties and In tho Superior Court and Court ot Appoals. All collections Riven novHd&w prompt uttention. "Will practice In all courts In Mason and T ANE & WORKIOM. Ooutraotorm, ARCHITECTS and BUILDERS. rcas-enable Plans aud specifications furnished on and terms and all work satlmuotorlly bo. done. Oftlce on Thlid otreot, ween Wall and Button. TACOU LINK, BAKER AND 00NYE0TI0NER. K3K OREAM and BODA W ATlttt a Hpeclnlty. Fresh Dread and Calces. Partl mid Wed-dines furnished on short notice. Maysvillo. No jeM SMITH'S KIDNEY TONIC-T- RY IT. Kerd Ward. 17. Ward spent his third Sunday in prisou in uneventful ways He followed out tho dully prison routine, going to tho chapel iu tho forenoon. After religious service ho wont to his cell with the other convlcU with his da's rations under bis arm. Dr. Barbour, the prisou physician, says that Ward is improving iu strength, croaturu that and Is not the broken-heartesomoof the reporters havo pictured him. majority. Dy maintaining tho character of a hostile Ward says he Is being treated well and has Anglo-Iris- h garrison tho Protestants would no complaint to make. be practically excluded from all share in the Governor Forakvr'a Staff. government of their country Rjcognizlug Cincinnati, Nov. 17. Tho following gen- this fact, und also tho willluguess of the tlomen will coustitltute Govomor-elc- o 's to them concede to Nationalists oillco force: Prlvato secretary, Mr. a fair share of political honor nud power, C. II. Kurtz, of Athens; executive clerk, Protest Mr. Charles E. Pryor, or this city, member the moro intelligent tants aro inclined to separate tbemelvoi of the Hamilton couuty bar, and for throe from tho Eugllbe gairhsou an. I frankly to years past with Judge Forukor; assistant take up their position in tho Nationalist cleric, A. Uoaton, of Columbus. ranks as Irish citizens Should this move Knt 1'olnoii. meut acquire the development which it James Injikpenuknck, Mo., Nov. 17. promises, it is th night that ttio last argu Anderson, a brotlior of M. W. Anderson, ment ugainst the concession of Homo Rulo president or tue Auuorson-uuuc- s mniuuR would bo removed. Mr. Pumoll could th'ii company, his wife and child nud a young speak ns the representative of an aiiuos1, man named Robert Kennoy, who was a uunnimous nation. guest of tbo Anderson family at their homo Mr. Uludstouo spoke with full knowIodg near tho Blue Hills landiug north of thN this important movement in Irish opin- city, wero poLsoned by taking rat poison In of ion. Mr. Parnell's reply to tho grand old their coffee. Tho polsou was put iuto the mau is regarded as n remarkable exhibition coffee by a tulrtoen-ytar-ol- d boy, Htrry of political fencing. Great curiosity is felt Bogard, whose homo vas with, the An s. ns to whether Mr, Gladstono, li'tvlng gomHe has been brought to the city and es far as he has, will not venture boldly to tolls conflicting stories. Thoy are qousldored lay n plan for Homo Rulo bufore tho British out of danger, though in horrible agony. nation aud to ask u verdict on it at the polls. In this way only could ho secure thi Warner's Cairn. Iribh voto at the gencrol elections. If the New Youk, Nov. 17 Mr. Win. b. Wur-ne- r popular verdict wero favorable Home Rulo will go boforo the United States grand would then be conceded in tho first session jury to mnko a statement concerning his of parliament, ami the foundation would bo business transactions with the firm ot Grant hid of n real union between Grout Britain & Ward, and to sulhilt himself to any and Iroltui 1. that may bj made. Ills counsel The Louth electlou is tho only dark cloud havo uskod that Capt. Eliub Spicer, E. II. on tho hocizju A. tar flvo years of experi Tobey aud Chos. McNantoo bo summoned to ence with him tho Irish party Las declared appear lwforo tho grand jury at the same it will not readmit the sitting member, iir. tinio. To this list Mr. Warner has added Philip Callau, to its councils. Tho question the name of C51. E. E. James. is not so much a political as a purso i" one Natural Rm. Mr. Gallon possetses groat pergonal inilusncu Kjttannino, Pa , Nov. 17, Tho large lie has been in Louth, with which district brick and stono publio school Curiously three-storIdontiflrd for many years. enough, ho Is supported by the extroma building of this placo was outirely destroyed Nationalists nud Ribhonmen, as well by tho by flro and adjacent property was slightly publican julluence nnd his wide family con damaged. Natural gas is supposod to havo uuctlous. At the last election ho was de caused' the tiro. Loss $30,000; Nkv Yojik, Nov. d For-akor- lor-son- I y This portion of tho line is upon an entiroly new location, begiuning at tho. southern extremity of the proposed inland lake. In tho San Francisco valley the canal runs nearly o due cast through n broad, flat valley a of about 1,'iOO f.nit, the average elevu-tiobeing 126 feot abovo the sea level, or 10.13 foot nbovo the level of the canal, Thonco across projecting tpurs the divide is reached at an elevation of 280 feet in a distance of 1,'iUO feet trom the basic of the San Francisco. Tho lino then curves with a radius of 10,783 feot for a distance of 2,500 feet across the little plain at the summit cuts a steep, narrow spur, enters tho valley of a tho bed of which stream called it follows a short dlstonco, then crosses to tho loft bank of that stream an i reaches tho site of lock No. 3 in a rockv spur iu tho northern hills 14,000 feet dibtont from tho canal level on the other e side, tho averago depth of cut for this being 10.5 feet nbovo tho water in the canal. The summit levol stietchlng from tho lock No. 4, ncrofs' tho lake n distance o Ml 8 miles cuds at lock No. 3, whero the fee. lovel of the canal drops fifty-thre- e through tho solid rock, pnssing by cas curves of 4,800 and 5,200 feet dowu tin widening valley of tho Desoado. Lock Ni-Is reached, 4,00) feot from lock No. 3. fee,, This lock drops tho canal twenty-seve- n rtndat this Jpwcr lovel it passes along tht till widening and gradually eloping vnlle of the Deseado in a northeasterly direction. a distance of 1,600 fret: to lock No 1 which lowers it twenty six feot to the sea level, which it reaches at tbo harbor of Greyton u, 6.100 feet distant Tbo apparent insufficiency of the Suez canal, says the report, to accommodate a tralllo of moro than 0,000,000 tons a yoai without sorlous delay to navigation duo t its reduced sectional area and an inadequati number of turnouts shows that the dlmou sions proposod In provious reports for a canal across Nicarnugua should be cousM orubly enlarged. It is proposod now not only to eular go tho water prism of tho canai by increasing its width and depth, but t provide nlso two largo basins at the extremity of tbo locks, whoro vessels, can wiut or pass without delay. Tluso turnouts, together with tho lako, the river, and Sun Francisco basin, will greatly facilitato navigation by this route, nnd allow ships going in opposite directions to pass each other at almost all points. These modifications will necossarily involve an increaso in tho cost of the canal, but it has beau thought best to provide for tho unrestricted passage ot tho largest vessels of commerce and a traflio of not less than twelvo million tons a year. The proposed locks have a uniform length of 050 feet between gates and a least width ot sixty-fiv- e feet It is proposed that the canal shall have a depth of from twenty-eigto thirty feet with a minimum width iu rock aud deep earth cuts of eighty feot at bottom. It is estimated that a ship may doss from Greytown to Brito in thirty hours. The estimated total cost of the canal Is $51,- vossola can pass the 2S4.038. Thirty-tw- o canal in a day, or 11,(K0 in a year, yyhich at tho averago tonnage of vessels passing the Suez canal will givo an annual tratiio oi w, tons. This is based on tho theory that tho canal shall be illuminated with electric lights, and tho lake and river with beacon and rango lights, so that vessels can Much movo at nlcht as well as day. dls-tamn -osti-mate- d ht canal Iliini; Himself. brutally murdered his aged wife awhile ago, was found hunting from tho limb of a tree about three miles from this village. Officers havo btPn searching tho couutry for him evor since tho murder was committed. ing from a branch, bad hanged himself undoubtedly in despair of being able to eludo his pursuers and survivo tho winter. Good Work. News Iiob just 17 reached this city to the effect that Noah Chorry, tho young uegro who is suspected of having brutally murderul little Medora Alleo Po'.ell, near Kempsvillo, Virginia, while on her way to school, was lynched noor the f6mio of tho crime. The lynching was done by a party of masked men, und it occurred about ten o'clock. Ho had fastened a ropo to the tree and leap- Cajisii, II. , Nov. 17. Wm. Finloy, who Baltimore, Nov. 17 Fire broke out in the woll known club houso owned by Mr. John Chamberlain, situated in the west end and formally known as the Blaine .mansion. Through the effectivo efforts of the flro department tbo flames wero extinguished boforo they could gain a headway. Damegos Club House Fire. WAsnmaroN, Nov. slight Wl e Murderer ou Trial. NEWBtmaii, N. Y., Nov. 17. Hugh an ugod blind man, wns arraigned for the murder of hlsiwllo iu February last Tho case will likely be concluded soon. Ho is accused of having cudgled and kicked her during n quarrel, from the injurios inflicted during which death eusuod. Mo-Cau- A Long Sentence. New Youk, Nov. 17. In part 1 of tho court of general sossions MorltE Mehltruger, nine-year-o- ld the Russian physician who was convicted of having committed a rape on tho girl, Anuie Ochs, was bontonced to seventeen and a half years in Sing Sing prison by Judge Cowing. Southern Forestry Concresit. Si'iungs, Fla,, Nov. 17. Tho governors of the northern states are Invited to attend tho Southern States Forestry DEyuNiAK con-gresi which assembles here in December, to participate in tho ceremouy of planting and dedicating tr oa to all the states. THE EVENING BULLETIN Tim "MERCt, JESUS I" ordl of J.otiU Kiel llrn- - Dying TUESDAY, NOVKMBKli 17. 18!Vi. at ltticlnn. Timer, are in the employ of Jay Qouhl at tho present time 30,000 Knights of Labor. Tun Knights of Labor have 5,000 local and 100 district assemblies in this country, and tho membership is steadily increasing. Tub English elections lor the members of tho House of Commons will take place tho latter part of this month, and all tho indications point to some lively contests. 70,000 organized iron and in this country, 20,000 organized printers, 25,000 organized laborers, 60,000 organized coal minors, and 1,000,000 Kights of Labor, In addition to this thcro are labor organizations that havo a membership of 2,000,000. teol-worko- rs m in to ?i per cent, higher than chatico were from thojr closjd ou Saturday, ihoro was a further small advance In somo cases an I then an irrcgu-a- r decline for fractional amounts, oxcoot 8c. Paul, which fell 1 per cent Towards the end of the first liour the marmot a;uln bucaino stronc but the movement have been autlvo, feverisli and irre'ulai'. Northern l'uulflc preferred lius been coiiMiluuoiu fur IU btreairtl). At H o'clock the market Is active aud 11. iu at or near opdiihig i TOO WARM TO BUY" So it is; but if you will look at tho Lino of OVERCOAT we have put on our Tables for our SLAUGHTER SALE, you will buy them anyhow. We want you to look at our tlures. Uur. A wMrZi3k 1 wSm Canadian ".wllla.. 33i Canada Southern . i Ceutral Paciiio . . 47 Chicago & Alton. 10' i Qulicy 137V a O., O. 1 .... tli U7U Del. & Hudson Del.. Lacic. & W Thrrb are . 45K(94t)o. OATS-N- o. S9ioo: No. POltK-Fam- ily, Dearer initio Q... mi Erie seconds East Tennessee.... ll'j Illinois Central .... 137 Jersey Central ... 45 uu. pn?iorrQU.. w jvausiui a. aiju3... .on o. uiEO onure lexaaoc nuuo ... C3 LoulsriUe & Norfh SOU U Paoitlo Mica. OenUal 78j Western Union... 794 , Cincinnati. KLOOrf-Fan- cy. J4 W(JI 73: family, 4.00fll.8I a red. W.iWo; No. 4 So. WHEAT-N- o. COHN-- No. i mixed. 44jjiic; No. J white, ..l'il', N, Y Control 10UW Nash. JtCimt 47i Northweitera . ...ll'4i Nortlieru I'acino , 27 t do. preferred . 68 Ohio & Mis 2i Pacido Mail 13J7 Hock Inland St. Paul wit Bt. P. & 8. 0 8U Missouri I'aciila.. ,104 S7-N. Y.& Erie Morris A Essex .... Ill J4 ? omeoAT 4, 5, 6 and d 7-DOLLAR .) :',, OVERCOATS, i vnite. 3 mixed. 2'2!)o; iiliftJto No. i mixed, 9.60. tf.5oa.0J14s rejular, 9.37i3 BACON t.AHD-Kot- tle. Bhoulders, IliilMie', snort clear sldoa, Each garment worth twice the amount. The same reductiwi in our Fine Satin-LineDRESS OVERCOATS. We ad you to take advantage, both of the unusual warm weathor ami the unusual warm state of affairs in tho Clothing Trade, to in your winter suj)ply of CLOTHING-- , Respectfully, j Thb official vote of Pennsylvania for LOUIS MEL. Rkoina, Nov. 17. Extraordinary State Treasurer gives tho Republicans against tbo possible escape of Riol 324,004; Democrats, 281,220; Prohibition3,509. or the intrusion into tho brxracks of unauists, 15,047; Greenback-Labothorized porsons was observod. At a milo Tho voto is 275,000 less than it was last from tho barracks mounted patrol year. Tho Republican loss is 31 per all persons and compolleed thorn to cent., and tho Democratic, 2S per cent. disclose written pnssos. Two otber Hues of t guards were stationed at points noaror tho The news from Montreal is raoro en- post, wbero ibo same precautious were again plague is obsorved. No ouo was permitted to cutor couraging. The small-posteadily decreasing. Tliis is largoly owing the guard room until 8: (2 o'clock. Tho sccno presented than was that of Rtcl to tho stringent and persistent efforts of the health department involuting all on tho Bcalfold, with Poro Andre and Fathor McWllliain, with him, celobratinjr mass. cases of the diseaso ami prosecutini: all Riot was on his bended kiioe, woaring u offenders against tho snnitary laws. Tho lobso noolcu surtout, gray trousers, and a woolen shirt. On bis feet wuro mocassins, officers still meet with resistance, howthe only feature of his dress tlmt partook of ever, and disgraceful riots occur almost Indian that wns on him. He received the daily when an attempt is made to removo notico to proceed to tho scaffold with tho patients from their houses to the hos- same compose 1 manner shown tho preceding night on receiving tho warning of his fate. ' pitals. His foco wai full of color and ho appeared responding wo announce lion. Garrett S. to have complete the Wall, of Mason County, as a candiduto to Tho service in a cloar tono. prisoner decidod only a moment for Congress in this the NirUh Congresstarting for the scaffold not to niako a sional District subject to tho action of a speech This was owing to tho earnest soliciDemocratic Convention. Judge Wall is tation of both priests attending him. Ho displayed an at a man with tin unblemished private char- to make an inclinationbut the last momont Pero Andre readdress, acter, a tried and true Domocr.it, and if minded him of his promise, and ho then chosen as standard bearer of the party walkod toward the exocutloner, ropoating will plant its banner on tho heights of his prayors to tho last momont, tho final words escaping him be lug, "Morci Jesus." victory. We prcsumo that in duo time ' fie died without a struggle, uot to Judge Wall will visit this part of the distwenty persons woro permitted within trict and present his claims to tho Deino- - the confines of tho barracks to wituess the execution, and it was certainly performed Kentucky Democrat. i rat.c people. with'docorum and dbpatch. His body was . taken in churgo hr tho coroner aud the ver Now that actual fighting has begun in dict usual to state executions was rendered. Europe, there is no telling where tho l'ost pnned. trouble will end. Servia and Bulgaria Montreal, Nov. 17. In the cose against have engaged in a conflict with each other tho Guguon, for offering armed resistance over some disputed point and England to the health officors, the crown prosecutors tho chargo durdetermined not to is waging war against tho Burmese. No havethe present term of presscourt of queen's tho ing doubtother nations will become involved bench as tho French Canadians sympathizo in tho conflicts, ii tho troubles are not so strongly with the prisoners that it would be impossible to get a jury to convict. An soon settled, and tho fight become o indictintentional intelli- ment and flaw will bo made in tho Tho latest accounts bring tho prisonors will ho remandod gence of two engagements between the until tho noxt term. Servians and Bulgarians in which tho THE CONDENSER. former woro victors. The British havo succeeded in capturing King Theobaw's Tho Newn of the Day N'ntnlmllml for tlio war vessels on tho Irriwaddy river and Hasty Itemler. C. T. Plckard & Co., jowolors, Montreal, are moving on to tho attack on Manilelay have failed. the Burmese capital. There werp twonty-thredeaths from Tun Republicans are rejoicing over smallpox in Montreal. prominent business J. 'tho result of the election in New Jersey, man V. IL Cassady, adied. of Muucie, IncL, and are talking about carrying that State Employes of the Derby Silver company, next year and electing a Legislature that at Birmingham, Conn., have struck. Horuco D. Clatlin, tho well knowu dry will return Soft ell, Or some other member of their party to tho U. S. Senate. goods merchant, of Now York, is dead. William T, Curry, yardtnaster, Tho York Sun thinks they are mistaken killed by an engine at Fort Wayne, Ind. was in rejoicing at this time, and that they Tho strike ou the Illinois CentraLrailway will get badly left in tho next political is apparently entirely a thing of tho past. contest. Two years ago, Ahbett was Indian Commissioner Atkins does not an chosen Governor by a majority of 0,809, ticipate any trouble with the Oklahoma "boomers." on a full vote, over one of tho strongest Franklin, of Kansas. Republicans of tho State. A year ago has boon offered the consulship at Hong Cleveland had a majority of more than Kow, China. In his forthcoming message, among other 4,000 over Blaine. As the Sun says these " figures do not look much liko tho loss things, the president will discuss tho evils of private legislation. of a Democratic Governor a year hence Mollen, charged with conspiracy to mur- when Abbott's successor is to be chosen." a woman in Boston, la believed, to be conIn the Legislature chosen a year ago, cealed in Baltimore. The will of Griswold Warner, of there was a Republican majority of who diod in 1873, is undergoing conjoint ballot, hutin the one that was test by his grandchildren. chosen on tho 4th of this month and which senators and thirty represenmeets in January next, tho Republicans tatives havo already secured quarters in only havo a majority of seven on joint Washington for tho wintor. At Charleston, W. Vo., Alf.'E. Irwin was ballot, a I033 ol six from last year. ' To shot and killed by Ed. Botkiu, who playa man up a tree," it looks very much fully snapped, a revolver at him. ltoports of expected uprisings of Indians liko tho members of tho G. O. P. are just a " little too previous " in their rejoicing. in tho Northwest uro titntud to bo tho work of conscienceless correspondents. If there is to bo any '" crowing " done Nettio Biyer, agod thirteen years, and a over tho result in Now Jersey, in our youngster of her own age, named Colby, opinion, it should ho done by tho Demo- havo eloped from Walthaui, Mass. Five convicts havo escaped from tho Ohio crats. But wo beg pardon. Tho Repubpenitentiary lican hire) isn't of the kind that crows. none of them ln tho past three weeks, and has since been heard of. It generally sere.uns. A general strike of shoe tasters, flvo r, clval-iongo- d x CilEESE Prime to choice Ohio. 04910c; New .yg9c. Yorx. lOHllo: Nor hwestt-rn- . POULTltY O iolce chickens. J2.59 di.M', ducks. S.OO.03.OU; geese, M.MW.OO per dozen; live turlteys. U'iSSnc HAY No 1 tluiotln. flj.0012.50; No. 2. $11.00 ($11 &0; mixed, I0 uotgliUO; uralrio, $u OOjJlO.OJ; . .0. wlieat, oats and rye Htrnw, lt.50 WOOL Unwahed medium clothlne. :i'c023c: common ISSlbc: tleoce ftno merino, nooiilo; wasned ineiHuin ciotning, xutepjic; i'oinuin, ug 30o; fine merino X and XX, 31d3c; Imr. and cots, l'i4'2Jo; 2A$'Uc; imlloJ WWllo. CATTLE -- Uo HI to cnoice liiitctiers, l.W(til.'J3; common, ft.0J.AS o'j(03.'f stockem fair, ?! and leedeiTi, $1 TS&t.W; yearllnjri aud calves, n Gte. HECHINGER & CO., THE LEADINC CLOTHIERS AND MERCHANT TAILORS. Oddfellows' Hall. ! i; i2.00'a-- i .05'3 30: fair to JIOUS -- Seiectod butchcri, good packing f- ")01 7U; talr to g mhI light, 3.40 i)3.t0; common. SI 00(93 40; culU. J an S.i.O), . SfltSKP Cmtiinon to fair. $2.2 HtfJ 73: go.id to choice, fl UJ1.4J i , uo .im jii to fair lambs, 36 ; good loi'lioico. f l DiaJl 1J. .5 ARGAINS AT RUNYON & HOOKER'S I.oiiKduIo Uracil Ticket Hleacli, 7'A cunts. itlii UKUA04) XAKKKTH. PBMIBKE BY r. A. NUTK. Deeeinber'wkeat. Hi, 8 90; pork, 8 January wheat, DOVj, bDJ, 9Di; pork.V 57 ! lurcl, H 6, 01 62H. May corn, 3 89J$. Year corn, 4u4. Krcelpts fUegs, CO 00. CO. Our former low prices liavo nolliltif; to do with tbu price) of today. Wo mustlrcduoe our Ntock, and to do ttiln, we mnko 'luf lollowlng new prices: KostHfitlno Prints, frcMti, new pond.i, 6coiiik; Dress and upron Gluglinm, 7Jnnd 8lJct.; Dest Klriolliown Cotton, yard wide, (IVj cents ; liebt Heavy Ilrown Cotton, yard wide, UJ ow.; G1X, 9 , m ,i To-da- y bo-fo- d free-for-a- ll. per cal 70 Half-Pric- e. 60 Molitr.se. l'l crep, k ul (JolaleB Uyrut 40 h DHE88 G00D3. twonty-two-lnpnil wool Perges, all colors, 23 cents ; all SO . Sergum, aiacy Now Iroges, nil colors, 50 cents ; lhlrtyelglit inch all wool Frenob CnshmereH, Sdcenu, for Hngar, yellow V flM7 wool mer urlco, 05 uud 75 cents ; Mack Ulltta, bot valuo over shown at 81.00, 81.25, 81.60 aad 81.75. Sugar, extra C, V ...v Tctiii FL.ANNELH aud IILANKKTH from recent Now York aucllota Biles ut unprecedented -- . 7 V. 8uSar A. V low prices. All wool IHiIuk KUNTU KY ,IKAN8,33and 40 cents. 8 Hugar, craaulatod V & UNDKRWKAH aud HOSIERY A full assortment for Ladles, Chlldron and Men's wear per lb 10 Hatur, Sugar, Now Orloumu, V) . .. K7 at the lowest prices ever shown. Como aud see what bargains wa show. ,... 40IT Teas, V 17d2w dfc ECOOB:33DR.. Coal Oil. head llekt M Bl 15 KTJflIKH AKB OOUVTBT rBODUCK. er ek Ales, breakfast H ft K015 l BaoM, ..... Raoen, clear sides, per A 89 . Baeen, tlaMH, AMra 1101 7 liatoa , Bhoulders, per A BOOMS V eal SI -- .... Butter,V .....- - 16(92t Chickens, eaeli Vn&?i Apples, dried, per ft t 8 Peacars, dried, per lb Eggs, V uot. 20 25 per barrel fs Fleur, Llatestone, C 2,i Klour.Old Gold, per bnrrol SO Kleur, MnyRville Kaucy, per barrel... Fleur, Max4) Couuty per barrel t 61 5 7.5 Flour, Hoynl Patent, per barrel. 41 Flour, UruhuBi. per Hack Flour, ilayavlllo Family, per barrel,. iH iS floney, per lb 20 HoBolny.W gallon . 20 .. MealV peek Lard,V 10 0 XO .. Onions, per peck 10fl15 Potatoes V peck, ew crep, ..-.- .... h lorty-one-luc- Oosv Molawies, BeURKIMB. One hundred Ladles', Misses' and Children's Cloaks, all now and ol tho Latest Stytes, at the following iuIiiour low prices: 7 00 New Markets and Russian Circulars reduced to. f i 04 ' 10 CO " " 0 60 " " " " " 12 00 8 00 " ' " ' 15 00 " 10 00 " ' " " " " 20 00 15 00 Cloaks ! Cloaks ! Cloaks ! Children's Cloaks ....$ :4is - now-iero- HTJ3a"S"OTy ... GREAT BARGAINS IN In order to close out an excellent stock of Cloaks, we will, for the next thirday days, offer them at CLOAKS! T The Isidles of Mayaville and Vicinity: o GO TO 13 X.. 50c. On The Dollar. HILL SI 00 J 00 40 30 12 fl 1 lor Good Goods aud Low Prices. lbs. Pure Granulated Sugar. lbs. Fancy Flour. '.....?.. lbs. Old Gold Flour New Goods in every department at cut prices: Ladies' Dress Goods and Trimmings, Ladies' Gent's and Children's Underwear, Notions, &c. lbs. New Buck Wheat Flour lb. good Baking Powder Mackerel 25 15 0 5 5 5 6 15 15 10 15 15 GOO Nutmegs.. Parlor Matches lbs. UutUrCruckerR bars Ivory or White Soup,. gal. good Vinegar. lbs. Now Turkish Prunes lbs. Now Currants Now Raisins McQOUGLE & H0LTOM J Second Street, Maysville, Ky.' 2 2 1 2 2 pcq pxq I . I 2 lbs. 25 All kinds of Nut, RulMus, Candles and Evupornled Fruits. Titts-bur- g, tliir-tocn- NEW 1 ADVERTISEMENTS. Forty-seve- n Wlin I t7 cure I do not min tntnlj to itnp tlitm for ln. I mn it r'llcl cur. tlmt ami then liT Ultra rtlurn I hiro mcl Iho dUfiio of V110, KriUil'aV or 1'ilJJNO I w.rrnnt my rcoitdy to cuts BISKNEbS t thvrortt caivi. 1Icuio otban 1it UUedU no ruoDuafor not now rcelinz cur. bna iodc lora iriuo PrraDottl of my InfilllUo remedy, airs Kipremndl'cil afflM. CURE FITS! Tuauoltilnc for rlal. end 1 Sinn of tho nig Watch. WATCHES, SILVERWARE, JEWELRY. iTXd GOLD PENS, SPECTACLES, LjlJ 8Xcy. NOVELTIES. I KUliCGO! GO! GO! UNEQUALLED IK It colli will cure you. The South Kentuckian says of Beverly Kelly, tho colored Coroner of Christian and buy.yoursolf a now Suit and overcoat, which you will find ho soils County, who died Ibis week: " Ho was tho first colored man ovur elected to an CHEAPER than anybody in Mayavillo. olfice (and tho only one who ever filled a niliMUKlt "Money iiJ lfc county ollice) in Christian County, having Saved is itoneu Hatle." Do Your Own Prlntlntr. c been olected Coroner at the August elec1lOiilu terfnctWntirt Mow does lie Nells goods Hirm tion, 18S2, by a majority of thirty-fou- r J rubber 8tnmj))rch8rtvr fiiK;r"!-- t offcrud. WorkmniiHliln votes. Ho was by trade a blacksmith, unsurpaisetl. Prints pcrfertlt. No business ninn Itoufce May.sviJIe, ho gives you and wjik a quiet, industrious citizen. As should bo without one. ntf re satlrjtutton qunr anteed. Catnlouues anatanllmmnU free, l'rlco lie made an attentivo officer, and Coroner low. Ilcfer by pcrmlulon to IIok. amncinalu A. H Oiiu.ANn. Attorney Oonoral Unltoil BtotoK. his duty ftiith:ully. Ho tried t IHJItlIF.lt, HTAIUL Till? VIII'.I.KH CO., AugUMtn, wiih not a boisterous " politician " in his Ua. l'ltliSS Hl'lf'O Indeed, he owes his election to iwrty. Giv0 him a Cal1 and satiBfy youraolf of tho faot boforo purchasing iiis obscurity. At tho August election in one of tho northern precincts of tho btvv a roattlr rniUr lor u ftbor ulioa,! ty !; ua tenuity, stronu'ly Republican, about fifty thoounJa or cmi of tl word kind autt of lone lUDdlnf olBowhoro. bava U,n cured, lixlci aoalroo Urar faith In l' alSrarr, FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. whito Republicans imd voted for Kelly, tint win ttvn two iHirn.ia vuva, toiih,rwlth vaLwhen along toward noon somo one gave UA11U! TREA'IISK on tliU rllaaua.ta any auITerer. Olra Ki. n Vrcu aud f. O. ad Jrt.u. Dlt. T. A. ELOCUU, lit l'carl Bt., M.Y. s the information that Kelly was a colored Qunlutluiii or tlie .Stock, Produce uud Marked Nov. 1(1. man. Tho voters who had voted tho NWI'I'M , WAKKM!, straight ticket without knowing that it New You Money 2 per coat. Exchange JHN. was mixed demanded that their names quiet. Governments Ann. Currency ixtM, lti bid; fours, coupon, 123)i ho erased, but (ho clerk refused and these bids hairs. 1I3 bid. VII fltop1.lu et In i...l.t.tv nnL 9)lr-- l&mX thirty-fou- r mavotes elected Kelly by Followluj; higher price h hi London, tho opening used for lie pulnletw extract loit 01 jority. price i tliU inoriiliig on the Now York stock ex- - teeth. Ofllco on Court btroot, NO. 11 MARKET STREET. MAYSVILLE. aplBdly 1 thousand men, is probable owing to the scnle of the manufacturers just posted. A number of Now York flnnuclers havo bow invited by Byron do Lome to consider tho construction of railroad in China. Edward (3ray, of Catawba, O., whilo under tho influence of liquor, stabbed hlnis.'lf In the breast nineteen tlinoi. Ills conditlou is critlcul. The question of requesting tho Now Orleans exposition management to refund a loan mado by cougic&i is being1 considered by tho attorney geuernL Commodore Walker is of tho opinion that there is no danger to United States interests iu casj of trouble in Central Americu, which is now throateiied. Ton6,ToucIi,WorlniiansliiD&Dnral3llity AVir.T.IAI ItrV'AKK Si, CO. Kon.20 nnd 200 Went Bnltimore St., Baltimore. no. m rum avenue, new xom. H Whoro shall wo go to buy our CLOTHING P Why go to II. DAVIS frMLPtw jjSF-M- not iluit more any iu but full value for your money. PSIMIIMIPTlflM1 1 1 - Cat-ti- DEHTISTS, I ,S i isC- - i3L-ri- four-aml- a J THE EVENING BULLETIN i $ Fl ' m'V TUESDAY. NOVEMBER THK DAILY EYKtUNO 17, 18 5. Will be if Mtved by carders to siibtsrlbers In the city nt 6 oonU u week, or mulled to any address In rho Uullod States lor Uu cents per moutli, eouU for threo mouths, l 7C for hlx Moutlw, or 83.00 peryea'.lnvnrlnbly land-vuMoUnleas tho subscription, iu above, Is paid In advance, 30 cents par mouth or 3.60 por year will positively b rbargon'. Oorrwpondenoe containing Important news BOUoHod frosa overy pari of tho aonntry, Address nil Loiter and Tel gram to o. HLLKTIN BOJ3SSB & MaOAETHT, PnalUhors and PraprUUrs. iuyer hints. BnaatiM-ClnelnnIMgHandjr-Cinctun- Iioula A. Vbo nH atl into rrlMnnnli,..8 vr. DVB SOWN. Sherley-Ol- n'tl oy n. m. I a. m. to Poraeroy to Plttbura..-- 1 a. m. 1 TnJegraph-Pomer- Handy Wo. t due fram PortBwnuth dafly (oxeopt Sunday) at a. m. Una a retarii trip at I p. m., nrrlvlng at h In time to connect with theScioto Railroad forlronton. Ashland, Big Sand v. 0hnrlestou, W. Va., and Richmond, Va. Closn onheotions with theCoutlaeatal Llaa for the Bast. The 81. Lawrence la due frant Cincinnati datlv (except Sunday) at a. m. She leaves n return ttlp at 11:30 a. in. The Haltlo Biown makes twa trip dally (except auuduy) between this placo u"d arriving here at 8 a. m and S p. m nod returning nt 10 a tn. and 4 p. . The Katie Prattior makes two trips dnlly (eeopl8tinduv) olweeu this placo nnd She is due here at 8: 10 a. in. and p. w., andloATeaon return trip at I a. m. and 1m Farts-MoutTnl-lo- y An-guktMan-oho-it- to Cincinnati a.m. H 4f. m Rivor five feet and two inches at Pitts-bnr- g and falling. Kuntiwhr fiyo feet five inches and falling at Charleston. Tho timber that camo out of tho Big Sandy on tho laat rtso has all been sold at a good price. Tho Hibornla has been sold to parties who will placo her in the Kentucky River "Peck's Bad Boy" trade this woek. On Monday night Hoego's Comedy Tho remains of Captain Vint Shinklo Company presented tho of Covington woro interred at that placo overwelcomo comedy-dram"Peck's last Sunday. Bad Boy," at Masonic Tomplo to a warmRrv. T. DbWitt Talmaqk Bays " every ly appreciatiro audience. ThiB makes good citizen and christian should favor the third visit Mr. Heego and his company have paid Mt. Sterling within a the gymnasium." little over a year,' nnd tho excellent A natural gas well is being sunk near reputation thoy liavo earned hero as a organizttion will always insure Louisville. The company intends to boro to a depth of 2,000 feet. them a hearty welcome. " Peck's Bad Boy," as presented by Heego's Company, Ticcbts for tho Musquerado Ball to bo is a rollicking, humorous, breezy comedy, given at Noptuno Hall by tho Knights of full of lifo, vim and action, abounding in Labor, Thanksgiving evo can bo pro- ludicrous situations, and sparkling with cured of tho floor managers. funny hits, without tho slightest ap. proach to vulgarity. With all its lively .Saloon-kbkpkk- s at Richmond, Ky., aro required to pay $1,000 for a liconso and fun, however, tho comody is far from then ozecuto a bond for $5,000 that the being a nonsonsical farce, as the play contains a strong dramatic plot and a saloons shall bo kept orderly. Yoin of true pathos, which appeals Tiik interest in the meeting at the Bap- directly to tho human heart. With its tist Church is increasing. There was one lively bouyant, rollicking fun, and strong addition last night. The meeting will dramatic clement, " Peck's Bad Boy" is at seven destined to live to ripo old age. About continue with services o'clock. All aro invited. the company, all that need be said is Tim party who lost a gold cross yester- that they havo produced this play over day, between Convent and Sutton street, 400 times, which is a sufficient guarantee is very anxious to recover same, not be- of a smooth, vivacious performance. Mt. Sterling cause of its intrinsic value, but for tho reaand-Bettys- Will Buy a Blue Grass Form. Messrs. John M. McDowell ainr S. II. Bettys, of Ml. Olivet.wcto in town yvh day. McDowell is a farmer ami lean of that placo anil Bettys, in engii .(ltt present in teaching a ptrilic tc.-iin Robertson Obunty. Thoy ure both otitig men, neither of them being much past thirty years of ago, and aro industrious g and fellows. From tho happy smilo that wreathed thoir countenances it was easy for their friends to seo that some good fortune had ovortaken them. On inquiring, it was learned that they had good cause to Bmilo. Thoy wero tho holdors of h of ticket No. 40,709, which drow tho capital prize of $75,000 last Tuosday in the Louisiana dtato IiOttory. Thoy heard of thoir good luck last 8unday, and coming to this city yesterday, depoaited thoir ticket in the State National Bank for collection. Thoy h are joint owners of tho ticket, which will entitle each of them to $7,500 of tho prizo. They have beou partners for four months, hnring invested a dollar each month iu the lottery. When asked what they expected to do with thoir money when it wus received both expressed their s intention of investing in a farm in some of the interior counties. It is not of ton that "lighting strikes twice in tho same place," but Mt. Olivet has been fortunate enough to secure a fifth of tho capital prize in the Louisiana Stato Lottery on two occasions within tho past year or bo. From what wo have learned of Messrs. McDowell they aro both deserving of the good fortune that has befallen them, and will no doubt bo content to settlo down to the tho enjoyment of lifo and leave tho lottery business alone hereafter. i- l hard-workin- one-fift- one-fift- blue-gras- , (Jo Hang Your Harps on it Willow Tree. rilra. Piles are frequently preceded by a scnuo of Washington Uor. In Courier Jaurnnl, welgnt In the back, loins and lower part of A number of persons in Kentucky are thealKlomeu.ciuiHliu the pHtlout toHU.poe besieging their Oongresamon to get them he hut some affection ol'tbe kidney or ne!h-borln- c 11 11 Pen 1111(1. 'r Mm ni.Tt DnnrlfiiKimr nt tint gestion organs At tlm.jx, sywptous of Indiarc present, uneasiness llotiso. Thev might ns well hang their ol tlio stomach, etc. as flatulency, flko perspirA moisture, barns on a willow tnn Kentucky al- ation, ptoduclnn u very disagrceablo Itching, ,,.ur.8,t,uft warm, ready has more than her share in that Ullnd, bleeding and Is a common attendant, once derailment, und all of those holding to the implication otlushing piles yield ntItem, Dr. Bo.'auco's Pllo positions will endeavor to keep in litio edy, which acts directly upon tho purtsaQeet-ed- , absorbing tho lumoo-- , allaying thu after the now shake-up- . Tho Into Doorpermanent keeper, Capt. James Wintersmith, wbb Price 60 cents. and nflectlug alir. Kosanco cure. Mod-lalAddress ttin Co., Plqua, O. Bold by duo. T. Wood. Ycry partial to his native Stuto, and apportioned to her a good round number of Fsrmcn the best appointments. Those that I Have money and And Mechanic. your Doctor recill who nave places now aro Hon. Mothers. Wives aud MaterbllK n IlolWc purby timely John Charles Thompson, of llarrodsburg chase of D,. It sanko's Couch aud Lung byrnp, best known remedy f ,r Coughs, Colds, Superintendent of tho Folding-rooat Uroup and lironeliUl effectlona. Relieves $2,400 per year ; John Wintersmith. of (.hlldren of Croup lu one night, may save LouiBville, Assistant Doorkeeper, $2,000 ; you hundreds of dollar. Prlco6o cents, and Wm. E Railley, of Woodford county, a S1.0V. Samples free. Bold by. Ueorge T. Wood, Druggist, $1,200 clerkship ; Jas. W. Blackburn, of Woodford county a $1,400 clorkship. Mr Blako Ryan, of Russellvllle, has a clerkship of $1,200; Mr. Ingram, of Bardstown, is janitor of tho building at WANTKD Any Information con ernliig of $1,200 por annum. There aro ono or EllHnn, who married a ol the liPlrs andJohn Miss Watts, who two more holding subordinate places. rf sldod In this o ty some thirty or forty yeais ag. AddrossUULLKVIN, -- aysvllle, Ky. Thero are only about ono hundred and twenty appointments at the disposal of irrANTKn-T- en thousand turlcevs, ten TV thousand fie h eain. Highest of tho Doorkeeper, a general avorugo of ket price paid.dozen il. NOltlllCOr V A marH. CO. at to a Stato; so It will bo observed Adams Express ofllco, Button street, iiildlm threo that Kentucky has her Bhare. to say the WANThD-You- ng ludies in city or for usai their homes; fascleast of it, and will hardly increase tho inating em ploy mo t; no Instructions la buy j number. Many of the positions pay but workca bo sent by mall objecBmall salaries, but there is always a lively tion); 6 to $ por week can(distance no canbe mado. No scramble for everything in sight. Ken- vassing, p.irtlculurs fieo, or sample of work foi four cents lu flump. Please tucky deserves a great deal, but there is mailed I10MK MANUFACTUKINOCO., Bs-toB'tch n thing as being hogisfch. Col. Mass., P. O. Box 1,816. s8dAw8m(2) Vaughn is even talking about running trANTED An uctlvs man or womau In T overy county to sell tur goods. KaUry for Clerk of tho House. S75 per month and expenses, o commission. Expenses iu advance. Out lit free. Korfull Concluded to Accept. particulars addiess H1ANDAHP HILVKH-WAIUCIBoston Mass. Kansas Citv, November U. J. KruiiKllu, of thin city, Iihm decided to accept thi Canton CoiiMilslilp, arid wired to Washington to that elloctlnst evening. The gentleman referred to in tho above two-s'or- y is a native of this county, having been JOIt UKNr-Doslra- ble lesldonco lu Clieitor. ApplyatthlsofllueortoC. L. born at Germantown, wlieto ho spent BPVNTON. ijjiw part of his life. Ho removed from that UENT-Hil- elc house on Umestono place lyoars ago, and since his icsidonco stioft. Apr.ly to A.J. WILIilA.MS. lldlw in Missouri has been honored with a soat iu Congress. You can't keep a Mihoii ne Crerr nUlll.10 NA1 K -- OF- LIVE STOCK. Germuiituwu turnpike, seven miles from M.ysvillc, five miles Horn Uermautown, on Tho second nunual II vo stock mile of A. B. McAtco, will In hold at his res dence, Fern Leaf, Mason County, Ky., on Maysville a d Friday, Nov. 20, '85, hnnds weighs l,6u0 pounds, good form, style nnd action, an t lu health nnn condition; buy stallion King W., two yearn ;ld. fifteen Hud three-quarthands lilgh. by Goldsmith Star.dam Julia W., by Bru a Clay. King W. Is a flrst-cUyoung stallion, possessing good style, plenty of speed, an excellent disposition, aud will certainly make his murk In tho stud. Ono biood mare, can trot In 2:G0, In foal by King W with sucklln coll by Wauotierat terslde; ono saddle anl harness mare by Montrose; one yerlln filly by Glenco; one yearling gelding, ft I teem and one-ha- lf hands high, by Red Jr ; ono Illly by Wagoner; ono brood Norman. mare or Cassius Clay, foal by Wilson ; ono brood mare, Blx j ea'B old, ain b driven by uny ludy, saddles well, In foal by John Burdlno ; one bar r gcldlug, fifteen and hands high, sate and reliable, by Abuallah ; ouo brood mare, six years old, saddles well, In fosl by Volunteer; mare, bv Goldsmith Star, well bioke; one brood ina"re. six yearn old, saddles extin well, in fonl by Volunteer; one gelding, by Goldsmith Star, well bioke, stvlish Hnd fan; one yearllnc stallloh by Goldsmith Star, dam by Brutus Clay ; ono yearling fllly by Goldsmith Star, (lain a Gray Eagle mare one yenrllngcoldlnfi by John Burdino ; olio Spunl h Jack, nve yen sold; one three-yeaild Jonnv, In foal hySpanlsli Jack lately lmpoited; eight head of suckling mules; one pair of bay maro mules, well broke, double or single, flltoen andoin-lial- f liumfs high, four years old: ono realsteretl cow, got by second 5h, bydam Alice, by Alrdrlo Guiova Duko Second Oti, c. c. her sidu by Poppies Duk I0Jt7; i no icglstered cow, got by Prli c- Geneva 23JJ. nm, v iiiiiiuiKi, uj- - iiuriev ranu low, u, c. Dy her sldo by Popples Duke 10UI7; one reidi-teiecow, got by Alrdrlo Duko KM,' dam (.. .. i. Fllcll. bv Webster IIZsS. will clays ly Popples Duko; ono thoroiighbiod Jeey cow, fiotn tlio one-haPoints herd; two cows, two and ll years old ; ona Alderney cow, two and ono-lin- lf year old. onlvo in April; ouo Alderney cow. duo to calve In May ; flvo spring calvcn, good stock ; six yearling steers, and twelva two yen old steers. Will also sell at the samo time and plaoe, ono skeleton wagon, right now, only used at ono fslr; one set of slug o harness; one set of track harness; ono set of double harness, only nsed once, and ten tons of timothy hay, nice and bright. Salo will commouco nt U o clock a.m. Lunch soivednl 12. A credit f six months will to given, purchasers to execute no o with approved security. A. B. MOATEE. I. em Leaf, Mason County, Ky. first-class er ss three-quartetwo-yeai-o- ld d r. d two-year-o- ld -- at which tlmo nil of the following excellent, nnd vuluable live slock will bo Salo positive, no and everything guaranteed ns represents. Brown stallion Volunteer, live yeais old, sixteen high, well-bred "WANTED. ad-die- n, FOR RENT. r luughter-provok-ina, g, bulldliiE lots Inoatnl south sld Thl dstr et Enst ot the rcsl- ...u n...... II... dei na f Tlwwiittu Will.. (.V. (iicstinning the Kettles. be I chxiice to somirep good lot cheap. Ap- -' INew York World. ply toJOIINDUUKY. nltdlw And now comes an Ohio woman who SALE -- My co lectlontry stand on claims to have given birth to live healthy IOft street. lte.sou for selllnn I nm children at one time. But an honest going lo Europs. o'iSdtmA. V. MITCHELL,. count is something wo do not expect in O ! County man down. Ho " bobs up renely " wherever ho goes se- f SAI.K-I'l- FOR. SALE.- J ne - -- v- Ohio these da vs. An Organ Singing the Organ lay. Mug-wumpia first-cla- ss There dependent Boston Globe J is much mouiuitu; in and a yard of crape on the bell-handl- In- perfect success; one was a o of neuralgia of the heart. J. H. Ci.mikk, M. D., Cuba, Me. cit-- Have uoed Tonga lino in neur.di:i with CI IV Tl'HHS. Langdon's City Buttor Crackers. J. Lyon it Co., Commission Merchants, No. 50 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. School books, all kindB for public and priyato schools at G. W. Blattorwan & M. Co.'a Ty ht Stationery in overy stylo, including all tho noveltiej, at G. W. Blatterman's book store. Don't fail to see our cloaks and learn our prices before buying. Sentinal-Domocra- t. Paul Honrucii & Buo. cash"-merUU ESS' CLOSING SAW3-LTii- cic ts reduced from 03 to 37J4 cents, from Monday it1 leninon between LOST aid Million street, n gold cross with i to 67J4 cents; black tricots, ty. jardi wide .letfucod Horn S1.V!5 to coins; lluw ttin i. nine . Kano engraved on up side. of diess goods from --'5 to 10 conts; best glnir-huKliifier will incase return to this oftlce nnd (warranted not io fade) 1 cents nor receive rewind. I7,iii yrd; best brown cotton (ono yard wide) at si cenw; unbleached sheeting f'J'-- i vn rd. '(do) n 20 cents; bleached slicetlug. sama wiin. ai accents n yarn; all wool, twilled, red, medicated llan nel worth 60 cents lorS. lOlT.Nn Monday, on S couil street, fifth I Ward, a carpenter's Kuiue Ownor can fortJJVi cents; all wool. red. medicated shlrU iiuvest' e by ealHi.g ut this ofllco and p y worth 8I.M lorft.cents. worth SJforJl j merlna 1 ig fo Klilsts norttt Kl lor 60 cents; ladies' merino his not Ice. 7ii! Vfsts worth 75 cents for 60; ladles' all linen d handkeichlefs, 10 cents; ladles' in.d children's double yarn mils worth 4t ANNO UNCKHKNVN. cents for '20 cents; best yarn socks 'M centsa pair; gent's semle , cotion socks II Jnnnxry Ulratlou, 1V80. centsa pair, gfiit's suspenders 3 to lScenua pair; gent's best, uspenders '& cents a pair; you MAinit, blacking brushesSceuts; Wo are authorized to nuuouueo that W. O. velveteons, II shades, rohnlrbrusbesficonU; aiced Irom 75 to 41 HAIjLEH is a candidal- - for Mayor of the cents; Beralza nml silk tissue veilings iiicotils Cltv ut ilaynvlllu, at tho January election, per yard; black Guipure lnce reduced from 18o. Jl to 60 cents a yard; black chenlllo fringes At the snllcitatlnu or many friends, I an- reduced from 05 to aicents, from 85 to 4ri cnuU, nounce myself as n candidate for Mayor at from SI to CO cents per yard ; the JnuarylecUot, No money will le and lining jeaus nt uupeccdentod by mi to "tieat" oi carrupt voters, II low prices ; towels at 10, U0 and Si cents, worth elected, I pledgx lallhful purloimancour the double I be money ; red nnd nr.ty bed b.auk-etshair-prlcrtutleti of i lie oftVe. Your support nnd best saline prints ut 5 ceuta are icspectfully solicited '.l.y.n.r.'! : v ?nl)0' "f K"il l'lns for In cents, nt UIKUKHS', Sutton street, one do r nboya THOMAS A. DAVIS. We are authorized to announce that Mr. K. J'ostolllco. SCdlia B. I'EIt( K, .Jr., Is a candidate for Mayor, ut the ensuing January e.ectlou. WASHINGTON OPERA HOUSE. LOST. .... ll ' FOUND. hem-stitche- s home-niBdeJea- ud IS-(- i. all-wo- ol at o; son that it was a gift. Finder will please return to this ofllco and recoivo reward. Hkegb's Comedy Company in " Peck's Bad Boy," at tho opera house night. This company (Wednesday) playod to largo crowds at Paris and Mf. Sterling last week, and our exchanges in those towns speak in excellent terms of it. Mr. Higuaeij J. Hiquins, formerly of this city, son of Mrs. James Redmond, died at Pino Bluff, Ark., last Saturday, after an illness of about five months. His remains will bo brought here for burial of this week. Duo notice. tho latter-par- t of the funeral will bo given. 4 , Thanksgiving .Services. has been tho custom for several It years past for the churches of Uub city to unito in a Union servico on Thanksgiving Day, and tho oldest resident pastor generally calls a conforonco of tho pastors to determine upon a programme In pursuance of this custom it devolves upon mo to call a meeting of tho pastors of all tho churches which unito in these afternoon services, to meet on (Noy. 18th) at 2 o'clock in tho pastor's study of tho M. E. Church, South, for tho purpoBo of arranging a programme for tho annual Thanksgiving servico. R. B. Gaurktt, Pastor, Baptist Church. Tub writor had the ploasuro last week, PEKSOIUIj. vrhilo in Maysville, to visit tho now Central Presbyterian Church, of which Roy. Hon. George T. Halhert of Vanceburg Russell Cecil is the pastor. If is divided U in town o(T into five departments, and is undoubtMr. and Mrs. Wm. Popper left edly tho handsomest finished church wo fir Lexington to visit relatives in that oyer in. Jessamino Journal. were placo. Mb. TnoMAS Biooaii, of Manchester, Mra. Anna Wilson of Charleston, W". Ohio, has boen hoard from on tho " big Va. is visiting iter parents, Mr. and Mrs. turnip question." Ho saw our notico of John Bridges. that was eent in a few the Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Arthur of Millors-burdays ago by Mr. F. Chandler of tho Laware visiting Mr. Duke Watson and rence Creek neighborhood and " raised " family of Shannon. that gentleman one bettor by sending to Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mathews have rethis ofllco one that weighs Beveu pounds eleven ounces. Owing to press of turned from a villi of sovoral weeks to and business, tho Bulustin has to decline friends in tho West. Mastor Leslie Lowis, of tho Fifth Ward Mr. Biggar's kind inyitatton to " como up left yesterday on tho early train for Lexand got a stoamboatload of ington, Ky., to attend school. The friends of ilr. John Kano, JY, Mr. James C. Wilson, who bus been will regret to heuf of a rather serious ac- visiting relatives hero for soveral days, cident that befell him shortly after noon left last night for his homo at Louisville. yesterday. Whilo engaged in making or Mrs. James F. Robinson, of Mftysvillo, at Ball, Mitchell ropairing a cutling-bois on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A Co.'s foundry, where ho is regularly of G3 West Fifth street. Covemployed, ho had tho misfoituno to sover D.Keefor, tho ington Commonwealth. tho radial artery of his loft arm at Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Chaeo, left Monday wrist. Ho' slaunchod tho flow of blood until ho mntlo his evening on tho Bonanza for theic homo as well as ho could way to J. J. Wood's drug store, where at Grand Rapids, Mich., after n pleasant temporary reliof was aflbrded by Dr. G. visit among friends in this city. W. Phillips, the clever and obliging preOne of tho most skilled nnd experiscription clork. Tho services of Dr. Browning woro called In later and tho enced of tho Drs. K. & K. surgeons, of wound dressed. Mr. Kano will not bo Cincinnati, will bo at tho Central Hotel ablo to resume work at his usual employ- on Wednesday Nov. 18th,whoro ho can bo consulted freo of charge Ono day only. ment for some tlmo. to-da- y. to-da- y er g id To make room for our mow stock, wo offer wall paper ut greatly reduced prices. Give us a call. J. O. Pkcob A t'o. Satin berbers, tricots, and all tho new stylo dress goods and Trimmings at very low prices. Paul Hoebmch & Buo. Blank Books. Blank books, memorandum books, pass books in overy e at tho of G. W. Blatter-ma- n k Go's. Runyon A Hockor are in daily receipt of now seasonable dry goods, Kentucky jeans, flannels, blankets, jerseys in large variety, new prints, doraostics, all at the lowest prices in tho city. Mr. O. Amnion is turning out some fine specimens of photography at his gallery on Second Street, noxt to Dr. Martin's residence. Porsous needing anything in his lino should givo him a call. Ask your jobber for Talmago Table Rice, equal to tho best Carolina and very much lower in price. Always packed in ono hundred pound packets. old3m Dan. Talmaob's Sons, N. Y. Ladies wishing to buy cloaks, dress goods, or underwear will do well to see tho handsomo display of these goods made at D. Hunt A Sou's. Thoy hnvotho nicest assortment in tho city. Call and nGdtf see thorn. book-stor- VOU COUNCILMAN. vc-rio- ty, (WEDNESDAY,! H0VfRl 18. from tnoTiJitd ward.ut tuoensulngjaiiumr election. We ar authorized lo an - ounce that HUGH F. SHANNON lsu candidate for Councilman I row the Fourth Waid, ut the ensuing January election, lh8H. LAUGHING ROOM ONLY! Wo nreauthoilzed to nunounce that ROBERT FICKLIN.JR, Is a caudldato for City Councilman from tho Second Ward, at tho Heege's Comedy Company In January election, Ibsu. We are authorized lo announce thatTHOS. J. CHKNOWETH Is a candidate for to tho ofllco of Councilman irom the Second Ward, at the Juuuary election, i&ti. We are authorized to announce that Mr. V. LOWHY Is a canuidato forCouncllman lu tha as represented by this company over four Fourth Wurd, at the January electlou. uii'iureu nines iu uo principal cities of lua We aro authorized to nunounce that Dr. W. United States and Canada. S. MOORES Is a candidate for Councilman, in I'moeuuuu mini, ui iiiujuuuary eieoiion, THE CROCERYIV1AN, 18b6. We aro authorized to annouueo that JOI1N N. THOMAS Is a ouidldalo for Councilman ) PECK'S BAD BOY, FOR OOM.ECTOU ANli TJlEABDltUlt. Wo are authorized to announce that R. H. NKWKLL Is a candidate for City Collector and Treasurer, nt tho noxt January election. Woarenulborlzed to announco that Mr. O. HHULTZ LEACH Is a caudldatefor City Collector and Treasurer, at the ensuing January electlou. We aro authorized to announce that Mr ROBERT A COCHRAN, JR.. lsu candidate for tlio ofllco ol Collector and Treasurer or the City of Maysvlllu, at tho eusulng Juuuaty ' election. KOll KAHSUAI. Wo are authorized to announce JAMES REDMOND as a caudldato for to tho otllce of City Murshal, at tho January THE BAD BOY, THE BAD BOY'S PA. " Rekorved seaU Now and Speclnl Snenery. at Taj lor's. Popular prle s. DKOWSIHO'N ItULI.ETI.V of Real Estate. Residences for salons follows : Ouo brick M,roo Ono frame r.',4M 'I wo bricks ji,6iki One frame l.oa Onobrlck.M I.UiXi Ono luiitiu fi,W)i One brick, V.OOO Two fiamos i,m Ono lot 5th ward, l! M.I1ROWN1NO, Heal Estato Agt., cor .Third and Sutton Sis aiiiw w-- electlou, 18MJ. We are authorized to annouueo that JAMES UEFL1N Is a candidate for City Marshal at tho January election, JtttO. We aio authorized to nnnounco HfNIlY HASSON as a caudldato for City Maishal at tho ensuing Januvry election, FOlt CITY OLKUK. EQUITY GROCERY. , ra x to announco that Mr. Mr. 1. H. Unrry, who lately canto from HARRY TAYLOR laacnndldato lor Kllzabcthtown, Ky., to take clmrno of tlio to HiooftlVe of City Clork, at tho ensuing Cathedral schools, Cleveland, died mid 'only January electlou. of heart dlsoase on Sturduy, the 7th at his residence adjoining tho ASHhWSOlt. t, UooeaHed was born at Oharlottovlllo. We are authorized lo annouueo that Mr. Ireland, and was a leMdout of tho Uni'ud Htates lor the past fourteou years. Ho JAMES IC. LI.OYU Is n candidate for to the ofllco of City Assessor, at llietn-suin- g leaves a wife and thieo children. .liuuiaiy election. It In always Had, thin Midden taltlnc oft of a man lu what should be tho prime of llie, but u family, and when H lx tho broad-earnof u Ht ranger anions tin nurH, It In ono of thoo dlKpmisatloriH which makes us leel that death BIG INDUCEMENTS nlono Is certain, and that eternal Justice cn not bo measured by earthly time. for tho next thirty days in Ladles' Pi Ah wo write the JoyouHsnonlH of the Cathe- Goods. Uuderwear, Gloves, Hosiery, Ac. But dral bcliool boyt) on their nla ground rln In especially w HI yon find bargains lu Cloaks, our ears, andyetamoimtnemlu their merry-niaklu- which wo ollor ut fifty cents on tlio dollui lo but as yestordny, stood the oloso at once. Call nt once. man whosedeitth wo iuo recording; MCUOUGLE A HOLTON, his face and form now for over passed fiom Sotond street, Maysville, ICy. view. Ho bus crossed tho Hue where all misconceptions nre sot at rost, whore tho woary atrlfelor life no longer hni asses und the luhu-inaniot mim no more puisne,1). May ho test lu l)OiCO. Tlio bereaved wllo, with hor llttln itroup, Tho oystor season lias now opened nnd I Iho oldest bat six years, tenders her thanks to tho sohool touclieis ot the Cathedral will koep constantly a lull supply of thu best l. whoox-teuded bin nds, wholcsalound schools, aud to tho other kind friends u2Udtf JOHN WHKBLKR, Market St. praotlcal sympathy to her In hor deep distress and desolation. May tho Virgin Most Morcllul comfort Mrs. llnrr'. nnd holn her 4 UVERTIBERSI send lor our Select List carry hor hurUou. CutholloUulvorse, tX. of Local Newspapers. Goo. P, Itowoll A Co., 10, Spriito street., N, Y, Wo nre authorized ' I.lin-erlcl- oniruuiY. Vo, 0,V, Necontl Ht., Frnltwnnd Vcgotnblesln season. Yonr natron vxn rosneotfnllv anMclt.-nIHdJv G. W. GEISEL, p.jer tIou, TABLETS, bUU O j. iA!Giu:itrr, Designer and denier In MONUMENTS, irru rri:u Headstones, Ac. The largest1 stock of the latest designs. Tho best material and work .. nuonnlliifnil ft Hila (.nnflnn rt tlio nuill nfct JU" w w iuii m HIO ulntn "mi wa nun quceii prlcoM. Thosu wanting work In Urnu iji tllcmsolvriH, IIV Ul iHlllUlU Hoconil Bfieot, MuvhvIUu. IIIO III UCil IU Uitll tllltl H)V Tu.ii;wrrr o. rHitficxai -- e, cnnllo-manner- Dentist, door to Poslofllcc. Ofllco: ty "QYSTERS." rot-.il- Sultou Street, next Sns Clovo-luud.Oh- l'roper Trcutiueuf Tor ;ongiiH, Thnt tlio reader may fully undorHtaud wlint constltutos a good Coiuh and Lung Syrup, wo will say that 'Inr and Wild Choiry Islha basis of tho best remedies yet discovered. Those Ingredients with sevoial others equalir nsem iictons, enter inrgeiy into ui, uoianao a Cough nnd Lung Syrup, thus malting It ono of the most reliable now on tin tnurkel. Price 60 cents and $1.00. Samples Ireo, Sold, by. UootgoT. Wood, Druggist. A PEEP AT BUSINESS. THE STOCK MARKET SLOWLY LEGITIMATE. NO POISON IN THE PASTRY BF Big Gut In Dress Goods! on Kale It natter to Knuw Too Muoh Than Too Uttlo Mr. Armour's Itemurknble Sao- cons In New York An Unwarranted Iioutn In ilia Whnat SlarxeU 1 Onr mock of UltEfr? OOuDS In Tery much too lnrao tand must b redncsd. the entire Mock At greatly reduced price. Head Chrrnlly the following bargains: 81 Black Mlk lifaneTeman. 7(I 00. former price , fwrmcrnrirc,.,,! Itlnrk Milk RiiudrBrm Ail Wool 40 1m. Illk. CmprenH, OOc, formnr price All Wool 4'J la lllark tr- Alsnn. 70e., former price - Wo will plate - 91 0 1 '" Wall street week closod with an unsasy foaling, both in regard to tho yot unoortaia Issuo of the trunk lino negotiations and tho evldont dls-- 1 position of tho banks to restrict thoir loans upon securities which aro not likely to And a ready market in strlngont times. There fa no use remaining blind to tho fact that tho bull crazci has started a movement of considerable magultudo in tho wild cut bo- eufltles, and although conrorvatlvo and solid broker Arms refuse to curry stocks of 'this description thoro aro plenty of specula-- 1 tivo bouse which will buy anything for a customor as long as thoy can Malta thoir commission and thoir U per cent carrying Nkw York, Nov. 17.-- Tho I cme h r7 baiKHln UL.OAJC. before It Is too lute. They are fcolng lost. 1 25 All Usui 4'i In. Blitck Ktei,7ae ,inrmpr price . 1 25. All Wool 42 in Ulftok Ottomitn fJlollt, 90., rorawr price 1 ' All Wool 4TVIeeti, 70c.. former price 7B .... ;. AUifccI 4'untamere flOe ,, re r Bier price. 6 All Weel Can km ere, 70 former price 1 001 Wool Cuslimere, 80c, former prlre. lufan trhat ire say. These goods mnst be sold and not carried oyer. Ccme and M 1 e- - L . McKRELL, NESBITT &Mnyvillo, Ky. Button Street, AE RTILIiTHIVKPIIAltTt 1 -- For fltteen years ther havo steadily gained In favor, and with ales constancy Increasing they havo become tho most popular Comet throughout the Unltrd Kates. We hare opened tho most clcfjnnt stock of Tho O finality Is warranted to wear twlcoas long an ordinal y Corsets. We have lately trod need the O and 11 II grades with extra AMD lona waist, and wo can Aim lull them when piefcrred. Highest awards from all the World's Great AND Fairs. The hist medal lecelveti Is for First Tnntllii, Lemon, Ornnce, c, Degree of Merit, lrom the lute exposition held In Creams, I'udrilnB's.cbc., us dellcntclyniul unt. at New Orleans. city. Wo mako It a special study to furnish the Latest and Most Correct Styles at the the charges arullyasthcfrult from which theynrcmaiU-While Ncores of patents havo beon found Lowcta posxlble pi ice. This is tho dangerous point of tho markofc, FOR STRENGTH AND TRUE FUUI1 worthless, the principles of the g havo proved Invaluable. for n moment might como when lots of FLAVOR TIIEY STAND ALONE. Retailers aro authorized to refund money, trash, which has of Into doitblod nnl if, on examination, theneCorsetsdoiiotprovo PAtPARtD BV THl even trebled tho price at which it wns sellswWo carry every description of theso goods. Estimates fnrulshcd for Interior decoration. as represented. For wile everywhere. Price Baking Powder Co., ing some two or throo months ago, will not Catalogue free on application. Chicago, III. TUOMHON, LANUJJON & CO.. New York. St. Louis, Mo. bo able to flud any markot at all. MAKtnt or I I i EXfR&QTS flavor-C.iltoa WILTON ( MOQUETTE. ; BODY TAPESTRY BRUSSELS s l! M I tilove-Flttlu- LACE CURTAINS and HEAVY DRAPERIES' Tho general condition of business is improving so much in tho country that thero Dr. Price's Gream Baking Powder doos not seem to bo tho slightest danger of ND ony considerable docllno in the prices of Dr. Trice's Lupulin Yenst Gems, good securities, providod, of course, that tho Dry Hop Tenat. corporations will take caro to put at least ' XX5Z1 Hot 3j!LXX3 S"? tolerably honost men in their boards of dl- WE MAKE BUT ONE QUALITY. rectors. But tho spread of wildcat securities throughout the conlinont and tho contingont of impecunious speculators is a very dangerous feature of the markot, and ono liable at I any timo to produce a smnll-sizo- d panic. Needing; renuned trrnctb, r who suffer from Tho sudden drop iu tho prico of rlo comiaflnnlUrs pMullftr Is th.lr in, slisuld Irjr mon stock gave a fair warning to both , directors and brokers. If a stock like that, which has as large a market in London as it has in New York, can drop some two or throo points in about half an hour's time, what a collapse may bo apprehended in tho . stocks of minor corporations which nobody knows anything about, and which aro dabblod in on tbo principlo upon which a woman, of gambling instincts, puts flvo dollars in a French pool at tho borae races upon a tip derived from a conversation which she overheard between a atablu boy and tho gatekeeper of tho track. There is not the slightest dauger for bona THE fide investors and people with ample marm "" BEST TOME gins in buying dividend-payinstocks. At This rasdUlun combines Iroa with part Testable the present low rato of money all over the Innk-s- , nd is lnT&luoble far Disssses peculiar to Women, snd all who load MdotAy Utm. ltlin-rich- m world any reasonably sato railroad security and Purities tho Blood Htlmulaten paying 5 per cent, is fairly worth par. Tbero the Appetite, Mtreiictlicnt; tlis Maaclea and In fatt, thorough! InvUrorntea. rrv'j the cirniplexioa, and nukes Rw nldn smooth. is consequently no risk whatever for any (Hears moneyed man in buying either stocks or teeth, cause hsadMbe, or It does not blaokan the Mhtrjrtn produce constipation mtdittntt do. all bonds of corporations of wbi h he knows Jinn. ItrjaAMmi Bxinp. 74 Fnrwsll Are., Mlliran- something. But the purchase of any securiWis., M)fl, nndar date of Dm. M4U. U84 : ko. need Brown's Iron Ilrttart, sad It has been "I hare ties on inero hearsay as to their morita in more than a doctor to me, hartns; cared me of the the future is much mora dangerous than it weAkneeaUdiesliareln life. Alsa cured Dte of Ut-e- r Complaint, and now mr complexion is clear and has ever been boforo. good, lias been bonefleUl to raj chQdrea." A great doal was said against Armour's Genuine has atmve trr de mark and crowed red lines on wrapper. Tnke no othor. Made only hi tclegrapblna and Bonding lots of suggestions about St. Paul to intending investors. Eut 1IROWX CTIKMIU.U. CO..HAI,TIMOUK, AID. LAPres' IliXD BOOK neafnl and attractire, it must be acknowledged that every bit of li't of pnrns for recipes, information abont mini. vlc girn awajr br all dealers iu inedieine, or bis information and prediction has provod mailed to any address on receipt of 'Jo. f tamp. so far to bo correct, and that to the outsider, it is certainly bettor to havo too much information than the too littlo which he has about Mr. Vauderbilt's securities. Armour has so far provod a remarkable western success in New Yorir. His representatives here who are suppose! to bo Mr. Newcomb and the firm of Qreeii & Batoman have supported his operations with a skill and loyalty which are deserving of the is no flatterer. Would you highest pi also. Of course they made money make tell sweeter out of it and it is roportod that tho house of avpraco of over Green & Buteman make-aMagnolia Balm is the charmb0,OJ0 a month iu commissions nloao, but it almost cheats must ulso be said that thoro is not a stock which the house 1ms put its triouds into that looking-glas- s. has not had a cousidorablo advancs. As peoplo coma to Wall street to nmkj motipy and not to nrguo the intrinsic value of stocks, the points sent by Armour have provod much more valuubh thau nil tho the53 Eg oretical considerations of the trunk line nngnatos. Tho rNo in tho grain markot was duo to the rumora af war which were no r ntlfully cub'od over fiom Europ 1 A' of our grain speculators seem to bo aware of the fact that tho countries that havo adopted this belligeruut attitudo uover uso our wheat, and that, therefore, their warlike preparations can in no way effect our market for cereals. For this roarou, if for no othor, tho advance iu tho price of wheat was utterly unwarrantable. That tho visible supply of wheat is much groator than it was at tho samo period last year, certainly should not encourugo an expectation of higher values iu the near future, especially as tho export demand basso greatly increase J. Exporters continuo to ignoro 'Amoricnn whuat, and India and Australia are shipping frooly at about tho prices of last year. Although within tho past weok the bulls Pj LB s sx n ft sdmr have tried to start an advance by spreading roports of declining shipments from tho farmers hands tho enormous receipts at Minneapolis and Duluth counteracts i those roports, and it is very probable that tho farmers will now become froe shippers of wheat to market, having completed their ploughing. Stocks of wheat at tbo west have been docliuing, wnilo thoso at the east aro correspondingly enlnrgod. .. 3We", hjsP Si a . In Male Attire. Ottawa, 111., Nov. 17. Four tramps wore arrested here. At tho county jail tho youngost, who appeared to bo a boy of years, refusod to tako a bath, and when forced to do so, confessed to being a girl. She said her namo was Lucy Griflln, and that her parents were respectable poor peoplo living at Iloadbouso, in this stato. Sho had boon visiting frionds n?ar Chicago, and boiug without money, had started to walk home. A friend advised her to put ou malo clothing, in order to make her way easier. At Braid wood she foli iu with the tramps, and they all jouruoyei together to hurts and many sorts of ails of this town, Sho will bo tried for appearing man and beast need a cooling in male clothing, lotion. Mustang Liniment. Lawhknck, Kan., Nov, 17. Mr. A. of Shawneetown, Indian Terrl- tory, rolatos the following story: On the 10th instant, a Mr, Thompson and a Miss Wood-fo- il came to tbo agency to be marriod. The ceremony was porformod in tho morning and bo died at noon of dropsy of the heart, and was buriod at 10 a. m. tbo next day. The minister who marriod them preached tho funeral sorvico, and in the evening mary. work in all the dopartmentH ried the woman to another man, who, for Fine Nitrons Oxide Gns administered ofwith a fow short hours bad borne tho name of out extrii charge. OlHco and residence Whlto Thompson. Block, corner Third und Llmcatouo Btreetu. -A- JFor sale by A. It. Ulascock A Co. nSeod&w l.11 TUB 133 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. M WE OFFER Headquarters For ALL I) KINDS 1 ' WOMEN ITOEK -- CHAMBER SUITS! seventy-fiv- e H Is a fine stock of- HH 0 N CQ u 0 0 S a 1 "W" ulXiX' IP iL ? !Hi the Newtst and Best Styles, forty s Bureaus, dif- ferent CEILING DECORATIONH, and everything In the Paint line. ALAHAHT1NE Is tho best Coatlncr. lor wUs and ceilings ; it will not rnb oft, and is cheaper and better than Kalnotnlnu or Whitewash. Auyono can put it on. ALBERT GREENWOOD. rnr24 No. 2 Zwelgart's lilock. Btyles Bedsteads, a large start of Uldeboaids, Wardrobes, Book Cases, Law Clieflbnltw, Beats,JDlnlng and Library Tables, Wood-to- p Mar-ble.a- R 2 g vm Stands; ten differ- tl 14 ent styles of w JC. UK1MLN -- etc CO., of- ID - Now Block PXTRNITTTRE PARLOR, DINING-ROOand CHAMBER in great variety. We make a point of keeping on hand largo Btock of all tho essential articles in Furniture, Bedding, Ac, and know onr prices are reasonable for reliable goods. Store: corner of Third and Market streets, Glascock's old stand. HETH Folding Bed Lounges, 0 0 n C. S. MZBTEB. Maysvill o til 01 ic Spring liottom Beds, Spring, Cotton, Cotton Top and Excelsior Mattresses; twenty Parlor Salts of the best styles & BBO. REPAIRING WORKS. LOCKanl y jM'imLKir, Sanitary Plumber, The Mirror it a GAS S STEAM FITTER, and designs ; alto a large stock of Upholstered Platform Rcken, a fall line I Rattan, Carpet Seat and Back, Reed Cane Outside Cane, Perforated, Folding, Camp, Dining, Library and GUN SMITHING, Stencil Cutting, tale? Cnrloy's new system ol House Drainage and Ventilation. Bath rooms atted up with hot and cold water a specialty. Also a large supply of BELL HANGING er that the Iron, Lead and Stone Pipe, Globe, Angle and Check Valves, water and Steam Ganges, Force and Lift I'amps, Robber Hose, Chandeliers, Brackets and Globvt. Personal attention given to all work and satT.J.CURLEY, isfaction guaranteed, Second street, above Market, opposite Omar fl6dly nortn's. Mnvsvllla, Ky Office Chairs We do not advertise an empty house AND t General Repairing. Manufacturer sasssCCr' of bnt a uinac yotni-bToii- T huilsiko BsrisflsHsaBBsaL ROUKKi' itt&bvr, - PRACTICAL - of the best goods, comprising tho groatest varloty of Styles and calculated to attract the attention of the most exnetlng trade. Call and seo our stock. We lake pleasure in showing It and giving prices. tuil RUBBER STAMPS Of every description. J..F. RYAN. Nc. 8;w. Second St. !PlUIXISiaR. Gas and Steam Fitter. Orders promptly attended to. No. 25 raorJO Second street. Hermann lange. filtllll r. ills HENRY ORT EaBt Second Street, Mayavllle. Maltby, Bentley & Co. -- il VlftTil. DBALKJiB K flWJraClBrjBSSB'r-VittMhS- f Bri Groceries and Liquors. WIIOLENAIjK nnst RETAIL. No. 18 riinE IIAUVK8T IS 1AHT, THE SUMMEIl ENDED- - Invites you to call and oxamlno his magnifi- sev-ente- T. Market Street, LOWBT, Dealer In- - But we are clad to announce to tho public cent stock of GOLDIand 8ILVKH WATCHES, llnysvlllo, Ky. that tho Buggy trado still survlves.und never fliamoncte, Fine Jewelry, Silverware before were wo enabled to offbr such extraor- - CLOCKS, GOLD PENS, BRONZES, SPECTAdinary CLES, IMPORTED NOVELTIES. No, 43 Second Street, three doors below Mar-kstreet, Maysvllio, Ky. as we shall tho next thirty days; theroforo all porsons deslrlug anything in the Carriage "llriNN ANNA FJIAZAK, Lino will find It to their Interest to call on ub JYO before purchasing elsewhere. MYALL & SnACKLEFOBD, ' 1 Maysvllio, Ky No. Sutton street, -- BARGAINS ot All Sorts of GEOCEM1E3, CIGARS and TOBACCOS, Teas, Queonswnro, Glassware, and Notions, Highest cash price paid for Country Produce Corner of Fourth and Plum stieets. VELTT 8TORE. Dealer In DRY GOODS Bchool Books, and NOTIONS. TjIBAHK R. IIA17UK, I have always on hand a lull supply of and have Inst received a large assortment ot new millinery goods. House, Sign and ORNAMENTAL PAINTER. Bhop a fow doors abovo Yancey A AlexandUtf er's livery stable, second street. D, S. TR. W. S. MOOKIW, UONN1WKU,, DENTIST, don-tlHtr- DENTIST, Run-vo- n MERCHANT TAILOR, TO7 VOver Ruuyon & Ofllco : Second Street, over A Hockor's drv eoods store. Nitrous-oxid- e Gas administered In all cases Hooker's, Second Btrect.