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A RUPTURE IMMINENT,
M All Event We Are Informed that i
Our Present Amicable IteJntlon
With England Are Apt to lie Disturbed.
Nkw York, March 25. A rumor is current
in Washington that Minister West has
informed the State Department that Lord
Granvillo Instructs him to say that the violent
eiprcssions, which certain professed
American citizens have given utterance to
since tho dynamite explosion in London,
may disturb tho otherwise amicable relations
existing between England and tho
In answer to an inquiry, Minister West
replied that of course he could suy nothing
in his oilieiul capacity, nnd he would not
admit that this Government had been notified
of any such instructions to him, but he
Baid that Her Majesty's Government could
do no less than take some cognizance of sentiments
given vent to by O'Donovan ltossa
and his associates, Fiunerty and others,
through their newspapers und otherwise,
and that he hud expected just such instructions
from Karl Granville. "I'm gratified
at tho tone of tho majority of
newspapers," lie added, "und 1 think
one of tho reputable journals have exhibited
any sympathy with the preachers of
anarchy, dest ruction, u.id assassination."
Secretary Frelinghuyscn was asked if
the statement was true. I have nothing
to say upon the subject," wan his answer. It
is believed that some communication has
just passed between the Hntish Minister
and the State Department, but thero is
reason to doubt that it took anything like
the incminciug form a&crihcd to it by
rumor. Thero is a disposition here to attribute
the color given the rumor to tho
Navy ring, which is not weary in its efforts
to hud pretexts for imposing a wur establishment
upon tho country.
While a reporter was in Rossa's office this
morning, a man came in, bringing a roll of
$300 in bills, which he said had been contributed
by Brooklyn Irishmen for the
specific purpose of blowing up the Houses
of Parliament. HoBsa declined to receive
it, on the ground that it was against the
law to tako it for a specific apt of that kind,
but said that he would receive and forward
the contribution to aid in freeing Ireland,
or relieving Irish distress. Patrick Joyce,
Secretary, of .tho Fenian Brotherhood, took
and receipted for tho money, saying that he
would see that it went to its intended use.
Moaiasald that gentleman had oflored
tim $10,000 during the day, on condition
hat it should bo used in blowing up the
Houses of Parliament, but that he had felt
obliged to decline it.
POOR BUT DISHONEST.
A Ton iik Hnn Who Systematically
Nlole 880,000 In Order t Live tax.
Nkw York March 25. It has just been
discovered that J. B. Marston,of Plainfield,
N. JM thft interest clerk of the Equitable
Trust Company of this city, disappeared
ten days ago with $80,000 of
the company's funds. His peculations extend
over a period of five years. Fifteen
years ago ho eutered the company's employ
as errand boy, and steadily advanced in
the esteem of All in the office. His book 8
were models. Five years ago he married
and began to indulge in luxurious living,
suying that ho had been left a fortune.
March 1 he handed in his resignation,
saying that he was about to withdraw
from business. Ten or twelve days ago
the company learned of tho defalcations. It
appears that when he left Plainfield he
wrote a letter to a relative inclosing some
few thousand dollars, to bo given to the
company, and confessed his guilt. The
money was to bo given to the company, but
no oxphmations wero to be made. Experts
were immediately sot to work upon Mars-ton's
books, uiul the defalcation was
The company will loose nothing.
he district attorney has been informed,
and when Marston it discovered ho will bo
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A omftroiiWc With PutMIcr.
Trkxtov, N. J.f March 25. A few
weeks ago tho pud(Mrs in Cooper, Hewitt
&Co.'s rolling-mill had submitted to
them the altoruativo of a reduction in
wages from $t pe urn t6 $3.50, or a temporary
shut down ot the jnill. The latter
alternative was accepted, nnd 1,000 men
were thrown out of work. Early this
week tho rail department again opened,
and this gave employment to botween 200
and 800. Yesterday Superintendent Stokes
called the puddlers together, and, after a
free interchange of views, they agreed to
accept a compromise and resume work at
$3.75 a ton. The furnaces will bo lighted
up Monday, and tho whole mill will be
in operation. Monday next a reduction of
10 per cent, will bo made in the wages of
the rolling-mill employes at the Trenton
Iron Works, whore 150 are employed.
A Wcok' Failures.
New Youk, March 24, Business failures
for the last seven days numbering 105
against 225 last week, a reduction of 30.
New England States 17, Middle States 80,
'Western States 57, Southern States 38, Pa
cifio States and Territories 12, New York
City 8, Canada 24;
A War Between Indians.
Benton, Mont., March 25. Furthor details
of tho fight on the 18th between a band
of thieving Crees and a war party of
headed by Little Dog, say that about
ten of both sides were killed. The Creos
were fleeing at last accounts, with tho Pie-gone
A tfomiH FatoIy Ilurned.
IfiBSiuxL, Mo,, March 25. Whilo burn-
foxbrush; nfcar Napton, six miles southeast
of this; oity IrsIJano Howard was fatally
burnecL Her clothing br some accident
caught lire, and before wilitanco could bt
rendered every artiole of clothing was burn-d
en kor person
THIS TOBACCO REBATE.
Mm. DcLoBfr Yleltfl tho Nary to'Kxam
lno iUe EftWtft or Her Late II us ban a
Oar Champion &enllers
Washinotov, March 25. In a day or two
the heads of tho departments will furnish
the civil service commission classified lists
of tho clerical forces, after which the commission
will organize, when a chief examiner
will be solcctod and rules adopted to
govern tho commission.
MRS. I)K LONO.
Among the callers at tho Navy Department
yesterday was Mrs. Do Long, wife of I
Captain Dc Long, who commanded the Arctic
cruiser Jeanettc. She examined the original I
journal and note book of her husband,
nnd made some memoranda from his written
words. Mrs. De Long is about ,
years old, rather Btnall, light brown
hair, hazel eyes, and altogether u beautiful ,
KEnATK ON TODACCO.
Commissioner llaum believes that tho inability !
of tho Treasury Department to come I
forward with tho cash rebate on unbroken I
packages of tobacco in tho hands of dealers,
aud the oiler to pay in stamps, will make a
fercat deal of trouble and give much dissatisfaction,
lie thinks the failure of Congress
to provide for the payment of these rebates
ft Htimiil Dimmer, as n must nave been, i
Jiaiu mat n wuuiu rcijuiru ail upyiuywunuu
to pay the rebates.
HANLAN, THE SCULLER,
Edward Hanlan, the world's champion
sculler, who is now here in training on tho
Potamac for his raco with Kennedy, Washington
sculler, is attracting a Rood deal
of local attention. Ilowill row Kennedy at
Point of Pines, near Boston, May 'J0, and
will be here until May 16. Washington
sports will try to get a match between Han
Ian and Wallace lloss before Hanlan's row
with Kennedy. Neither Hanlan nor Rosa
have ever been beaten.
Hanlan is the acknowledged champion of
the world. He offers to row lloss for $2,500
a sido within seven weeks on tho Potomac,
and divide the purse to be donated by the
citizens, which, he intimates, should not bf
less than $4,000. An effort will be mado to
mine the fund. It would make the moat
exciting single skull race ever given in the
X TROPICAL BN0W STORM.
Snow fell here in large flakes nearly all
of yesterday. Old inhabitants say that just
forty years ago to-day three feet of snow
tell here, and in some places it drifted to a
depth of five and six feet. In answer to a
telophone message, the people at the observatory
say that (his is a tropical snow
storm, that it arrived here last night from
North Carolina, whilo stations east, west,
and north of us reported fair and clear
weather. It is a meteorological phenomena,
it was first hoard of by wire from Kitty
Hawk, on the North Corolina coast, and is
;oiug north. Snow is falling to-night,
TUo 4 Texa Wulf."
Fort Worth, Texas, March 26, A man,
thirty years of age, fair complexion, with a
moustache, is lodged in the Fort Worth jail,
charged with having participated in extensive
train robberies and confidence games
in Texas. He gives his name as Calhoun,
ami claims to hail from Chicago.
TiucAOd, March 24. Calhoun was known
among tho sporting fraternity as "The
Texas Waif." He lived hero a year, but
left town about two months ago. 'Ho always
lmd plenty of money, played high, and waa
A Dmlfffl to Avoid Revenue Inty.
Washington, March 25. John D. Piatt,
of Chicago, secretary of tho Distillers'
Vrtsociution, who is here, estimates that
lillcrs will export 2,000,000 barrels of goods
n avoid tho tax of ninety cents per gallon.
It is understood that most of it will go to
Hcrmuda, where storago is secured aud
.sifcty is guaranteed under British laws.
Nunu will not bo stored at all, but will
simply bo exported and brought right back
, tor entry to custom house, where it may re
main a year without payment of tho tax.
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A ItiiMeal Fleeces IHshonent Citizens,
CiiiUAdo, March 25. Peter Qastf a
wua arrested last night for obtaining
money under false pretenses by a slick
game. He advertised in tho Staats Zoitung
i hat ho had found a package of valuable
Government bonds, an4 to all who called he
delivered packages purporting to contain
SHo.OOO in bonds. Several men paid him
from $25 to $100 for the boodle, and are
now kicking themsolvcs.
KlddleU AVlth Ilulh tii.
Dknvkk, 'March 24, At daybreak
at Lako Valley, Major Fountain's command
surprised two notorious rustlers, Jack
Watts and William Giilard. Arrived at
camp, while the soldiers wero unsaddling)
they made a break for liberty and had two
hundred yards start, when Fontain ordered
tho men to fire. Both tho rustlers fell dead
riddled with bullets.
A Dinner to Dr. Oliver Wendell
New York, March $5. Tholeading members
of tho medical profession of this city
will give a complimentary dinner to Dr.
Oliver Wendell Holmes at Delmonico's
Thursday ovening, April 12.
A Strike on Horseback.
JicxsA, Tkx., Marill 26. Four hundred
cowboys are striking for an increase-of
$3p to. $60 pr raonh)'AUaheikvlJjr
armtd, and are boycotting thos w)ib rin
ftise to strike; They ha'fe publicly thriaU
ed to burn ranekes and tul fences if tkilr
dsnaadi are not acceededtte.
CITY AND COUNTY DIBECTOKV.
Conrls Circuit Court.
Judge A. E.Colo.
Commonwealth's Attorney T. A. Cur ran.
Cleric IJ.D. Parry.
BherllT Perry JetferRon.
i uan rerrine,
Deputies: Chan Joflerson.
( J. W. Alexander.
Jailer Dennis Fitzgerald.
Tuesday alter second Monday In January,
April, July and October in each year.
Judgo Wm. P. Coons.
County Attorney J. L. WhlUtker.
Clerk-W. W. Ball.
Second Monday c each month.
Tuesday utter second Monday in March,
June, September and December In each year.
Moyfivllle, No. 1. W. II. Pollock and J.L.
Grant, nrst and thud Tuesdays in March,
Maysville, No. 2.-M. F. Marsh and W. L.
Holton, ilrst Haturday aud fourth Tuesday,
Dover, No, 3 A. A. Gibbon and A. F.
iDobywv flrst und third Wednefeday, sarno
months. . , ,
Minerva, No. 4-0, N. Weaver nnd J. H.
Wathou, llrst and third Tuebdays, samo
F. Pollock nnd Jap.
Fegon, first und thiid Batuidnys, same
HaidlR, No. 6-J. M. Bnll and J. W. Tllton,
second nnd fourth HaturdnyH, enmo months.
Maysllck, No. 7 U. w. Williams nnu j. u.
Raymond, second and fourth Fridays, same
Lcwisbnrp, No. 8-J. M. Alexander nnd
Abner Hord, second and fourth Thursdays,
same months. . .
z t r ...nn.i tit t
urnngeDurg, no. i w , i'. ton tiiinu yy.u.
Tullv. first Saturday and last Mondny.same
Wnnhlneton. No. 10-John Rynn nnd James
Bmlthers, fourth Tuesday and third
Murphysvllle, No. 11 Lewis Jefferson nnd
E. L. Gault, fourth Monday and third Thursday,
Bnme months. ,
Fern Leaf, No. 12-8. E. Mnstlnand J. B.
Burgess, second and fourth Saturdays, saint
Maysville, No. 2-W. L. Moran.
Dover, No, 3-W. B. McMillan.
Mlnerva,No.4 James IUuiyon.
Gorraantown, No. 6 Isaac Woodward.
HardlH, No ft J. A. Collins.
Mayftlfck, No, 7 Thomas Murphy,
Lewlsburg, No, 8-8. M. Strode.
Orangeburg, No. 9-Thomas Hlse.
Washington, No. 10-James Gault.
Murpliysvllle, No. 11-W. It. Prnther.
Fern Leaf, No. 12-B. "W. Wood.
Noddy Bfcclinicft Masonic.
Confidence Lodge, No. 62, first Monday ol
each montji. .-.
Mason Lodge, Pio. &w, muu wonany oi eacn
Maysville. Chapter, No.9,econd Monday of
each month, , ,
Maysville Commandery, No. 10, fourth
Mondny of each mouth.
1. O. O. F.
FlNgah Encampment, No. 9, second und
fourth Mondays In each months at 7 o'clock,
DeKaln Lodge, No. 12, Tuesday night, each
Mfpk. at 7 o'clock.
Ringgold. No., 27, Wednesday night, each
week, at 7 o'clock.
KnlchtN of Honor.
Tho nrst and third Tuesday of oach month.
Lodge room on Sutton street.
K. of 1
Llmestono Lodge, No. 36, Friday night ot
. each week.
i i. o. w. n.
j Wednesday night each week,atthelrhallon
I Sodalliy Il.T.Bf.
eoml nnU fourth Sundoys In each month,
at their hall on Llmentoue street,
I rather Mathew t. A. 8.
rirsioiinuuy in cucu niuuiu, ui ujuu uunuu
Nt. rutriclt'H Benevolent Society.
Second Sunday in each mouth, at their Hall
on Limestone street.
Cigar MnlterH' Union.
First Tuesday night in each mouth.
Monday night ol each week.
""U w l"
m "- AST. . . 2
i : i i
Uonanza, uown Mouuny, weunesuay onu
Frldnys at p. m. Up Tuesdnyrhursduy and
Saturday at 8 p. m,
The Board ot Council meets the llrst Thursday
evening in each month.
Mayor Horace January.
Fhbt Bendel, A. A,
L. Ed, fearce. ...
Second V ard Dr.G. W. Martin, Thomas J.
Chenowoth, M.C. Hutchius.
Third Ward-Matt. l'entce.B. W. Fitzgtrnld.
David liechmger. , ,
Fourth WiuU Dr. J. P.Phister.B. A.
John W, Aloxander.
Fifth Ward Vm, B. Mnlhews, James nail,
T roauuier and Collector E. E. Pearce.
Clerk Hurry Taylor.
Murshnl James Redmond.
Deputies. Wnu nilw80n.
Wharfmaster Hobeit Ficklin.
Wood and Coal Innpcctor Peter Parker.
City J.T. Strode.
Keeper of Alms House Mrs.B. Mills,
Hunt & Doyle's.
Windhorst & Blum,
FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have Just received their Spring Btoclc of Im
ported and Domestic UoodH of the Intest styles
Prices reasonable and work tho best, auisiy
J. C. PEC0R & CO.,
PAINTS, OHiS.VAUMSIf. nnd EADY
J. C. Pecor & Co.
i'ili -Ji t
Ercsh arrival of Spring Goods to be sold at the lowest possible
prices. A Complete line of latest styles and best make of
for men, youths and children. Positively the finest line of
Piece Goods, imported and domestics, ever brought to this cily,
which wo are prepared to make up in tho latest styles and fash
ions. Perfect fits guaranteed. Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
including many novelties. Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises.
Call and see us.
31 Second St.
of the celehrated
Just received. Call anil get one for lessmouey
than you ever boughta Wngon.
nueSclfy MV ALL A UIEY.
having been asserted that 1 am preparing
IT to move to tho country mid give up
In tho Sewing Machine bpslnes, I take
this method of announcing to my frlendsand
tho public that there Is not a word of lruth In
It except that I will move my family ito the
country bijt will continue to sell the
sinqkr at tUcwlino place, second street,
opposite poHtottHevnnd run iny wagons In the
oountryjis heretoiore. Competitors pldase notice
the above. 1. am thankful to the public
far the large patronage I have received for the
pawed nine years, and respectfully solicit a
share In the future.
Jan2d&w3m U.A. McCItACKEN,
Agent for, the Singer Manufacturing Co.
FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DEALERS.
1SK FOR IT! BUY IT!! TRY ITIi
STAPLE AND FANCY
Teas, Tobacco, Clears, Queenswnre. "Wooden
ware, Glassware, Notions, Ac, Highest price
puld forCountry Produce. Goodbdelivered to
any partol the city.
Cor. Fourth and Plum Streets,
aplSUyd MAYSVILLE, KY.
T. B. Fulton E. Davis.
FULTON & DAVIS,
OHIO VALLEY MILLS
Corn, Shorts and Shipstuff.
Flour for sale by all grocers In the city,
FULTON & DAVIS,
aul8dly ABERDEEN. O.
For powor.purlty of tono.brllllancy of touch
beauty of finish and durability It has no
equal9Tho most emluout pianists pronounce It
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on hand. Correspondents promptly
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Eczema, Blotches, King worm, Tumors, Carbuncles,
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enriches and strengthens tho blood, removes
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A 'Recent Cure- of Scrofulouk Soros.
"Some months RRQ I was
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badly swollen and Inflamed, and the
charged largo quantities, of otleasivo matter.
Every remedy I tried failed, until J used
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imv Yours respectfully, Mas. Ann O'Umax."
148 SulliVan St, New York, Juno 21, 1882.4
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The well-known writer on theJtotton Herald, B.
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Cutting, and every garment
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