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SATURDAY KVK.. APRIL 14, 1883.
Teums 'The KVKKINO IlUU.KTtN Is
published iluily, ami served tree of i)ostno nt
fceent per wreU;!T cents per month; 75 cents
per m rev iiiouiii ; ji.ou per su muiiwm.uiui
S3 per ear, pavnbleln advance.
OUR following peions
nie tiieuuthnilred nent fortlie Daily llui.
i.etin at the places inunvd. Contracts for
subscription or iulettlsln may be tnnde
Shannon Win. Clary.
Mineiiva W H. Hawes.
Mt. Oi.ivKr I'eter Myers.
Ffiin Lkaf Harry Huruovne.
ISei:ma;tow.n T. J. Kncklov A Co.
Wasiiinoti x Miss Anna Thomas.
The aim ve number represents tho
t!on. encl. week ot the Daily nnd Wkkkly !
Ktn.i.KTis. Advertisers nie Invited to call I
and assiiie themselves oi the truth of the i
Mntemont, niul thej arcieouested tobenr lu
mlndMiat out ia es foi ...Iveithlng nro thr
pWMWI fWIIWIHHIMLTiyH rr n ,
Poktund Okkoov chnrycs SS00 for
liquor licences and the result is an idle
IKjIice force nnd an empty jail.
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Mr. Hevuy K. T.vYf.oi:, of Vanceburg,
i snnouneed as a candidate for Superintendent
of Public Instruction.
Thkki: is dunqerthat it will be too late
to put in crops befoio the present Hood
in the Mississippi Valley has subsided
nnd the land becomes dry.
The New Orleans Democrat? are
bets two to one with no takers that
Ben Butler will not secure a single Southern
deluiration to the Presidential Convention.
Legislature has a superabundance
of senilis if the character of
its onHctinenttnents be an index. One
cf its acts i a bill making gambliti" a
Wony. Another legalizes betting on
"When Ke!lgiriinstrted that
he should not have been indicted becnu.se
he saved the republican party in 1S7G he
e.idently nvoiloukcd the fact that the
pnity lias morn than it can do jut now
to take care of itself without bothering
Thk following is from the
: Tin- lialtimore gas companies
lmvo agreed to charge $1 a 1,000 cubic
fet, and one of the St Louis companies
has seduced its price from $2 30 to 5M.50
Theieis not a giscompi.ny in the United
State?, located withiug the uieu of coal
facilities, whicli can not make a good
profit selling gas at $1 ."0 and a fair profit
even at SI. In England where the residuum
is all disponed of to djers,
ect., gas-making is profit1
id!e at sevnty.flv( cents.
A Frvnkkokt special says; The Superior
Court in the case of the Kentucky
Central Ruilroail Company . Kennoy,
lecidud a point of much interest to the
lgal fraternity. The compilers of the
general statutes, in their efforts to become
very precipe, b(came very obsecure regarding
tho law in reference to tho
Ejection of special Circuit Judges, and,
t) st at rest this vexed question, ihe
our:, iu.tdeiUion lendered by Judge
Bowln, hohU substantially that in the
absence of the regular Circuit Judge a
specid Judge may be elected by tho
inomboib of the bar, to hold the Court
the entire term, and it is therefore not
ueceditry to elect a special Judge for each
Tur following is from tho American
Register : The first tariff ever imposed
was. in 1780. The colonies along tho Atlantic
sea-boat d prior to thin had collected
oustoms duties, and selling imports thuH
"Uxod to those of tho interior were enabled
to make these interior populations pay
the cost of governing the coast-line populations,
the latter hardly felt burdens of
government. The Union wnscieated thut
the central government, for tho equal advantage
of all Iho States, might collect
revenues for tho common purposes of all.
In tho preamble to tho tnriiTnclof 1789
it is written that" for tho encouragement
fu.d protection of manufactures, duties
shall bo levied upon goods, wares, and
l ic h.indise imported," ke Tho first
tariff averaged 8 per cent., with 5 per
cent, on cottotiB and 7 per cent, on iron
and steel. Tlio protected class evidently
iked the douceurs given byconttal pow
er, and in 1781) tho average rate of duties
was 11 per cent., with still 7 on iron
and steel, and 3 on woolens, and a raise
to 7 on cottons. These are tariffs of
whose "happy effects" Washington
spoke. Why not test the effects of such
a tariff to-day 7 We believe that every
tme and honrst patiiot like Washington
would approve it. A revenue tanffis a
protective tariff; but a protective tariff
loses its character and its virtue as an
agency for the production of revenue
mill :l1f.miir nvnrv iriiion nf rnlilinri' ntwl
t . . . . . . .".
wrong, ministries tnnt oniy askou tor
or nt most 10 per cent, as a donation from
the people, now pampered and spoiled,
demand 40 and o0 and even 80 per cent.,
nnd such is their combined strength, and
such the bribes they proffer, either in
money or local influence to which Congressmen
owe elevation to oillce, that
these protected industries are omnipotent
in legislation and the plundered people
Pkck'j Dad Boy at oO cents.
. " . : " ,;'";.V V L.ViV.,, U1" "CnU"
l"S c per lino for each iUon.
liiY Langdon 8 City Butter Crackers.
Tn V(lfy htmt styJeg Qf hu. ,)0n.
nets at Mrs. M. J. Morford's. alCd'Jt
Mf.ns' in gieat variety at C.
S. Miner & Bro's.
Latkst styles of giutesand mantels at
Egnew & Allen's at the lowest prices.
Handsome neckwear, ribbons and laces
at Mrs. Morford's. al3d2t
C. S. Mineu ifcBuo. are receiving a very
handsome line of ladies' fine shoes.
Ton.uco cottons, yard wide, at Hunt &
Eovew & Allen sell all kinds of tin
ware cheaper than anybody. alldtf
New carpets, Iloor oil cloths and rugs
at Hunt A Doyle's. mCldlv
Fon especial bargains in shoes and
slippers, attention is directed to C. .S.
Minor & Bro's. cheap tables. nl0d2t
Mas. Moiifoki) has tho finest assortment
of millinery in the city. alIJd2t
Domhstk Reviews, fashion plates, catalogues,
patterns, at Hunt k Doyle's.
Fort Sale. Two desirable lots on tho
Fleming pike. Terms reasonable. Apply
to a2dlw Wim.iam O'BiiiE.v.
Go to Kgnew k Allen's for tin roofing
and guttering. Prices as cheap as the
cheapest, . alldtf.
Go to Fgnew & Allen's for the celebrated
Omaha and Leader cook stoves.
Best in tho maiket. Prices lower than
Cheap! CMicapM Cheap !I!
At F. B. Hanson's, iu of good, desirable
boots and shoes at ptices heretofore
unheard of. Call early and secure best
bargains. aOdlw F. B. Hanson.
IIam.'s Hair Henewer lonews, cleanses
liriahtens, nnd invigorates the hair, ami
restores laded or gray hair to its youthful
color and lustre. Peoplo with gray hair
piefertouse tho Keuower, rather than f
proclaim lo the world through their
bleached locks that thoy are becoming
aged, and passing on to decay.
By I ick of open air exorcise, and tho
want of sufficient care in the matter of
diet, the whole physical mechanism often
becomes impaired during tho winter.
Aver's Sarsuparilla is tho proper romedy
to take in tho spring of tho year to
the blood, invigorate tho systom, excite
tho livor to action, and restore tho
healthy tone and vigor.
AiIvIcp to lni Ifrrants.
Fiom t)io Cincinnati Morning .louinal,
Tho "booming" of Dakota lias induced
many peoplo to ninh into that wild, void
region without tho means of making
thomsolves douently oomfortablo in thoir
now homes. It U folly for peoplo located
in tho ohler States to sell oil
earned property nud run awavto far
era regions of which they knW nothing
urvuuu nit' uauui .itiunn ui uu vol UMiir.; i
latid speculators. There is still room in.
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wiuo, ivuiiuiL'KV, iiiiu inumiui mi
plowhoaro willillU to work for a living. '
and who nro not constantly dronming of ,
hia fortunes juinpiiiL' riyht up out of tho !
ground at thorn. Emigr.ttion is all right !
in it nronor wav. but neonlo in soarch I
of no abodes should, before thoy start,
tlieyu tolund. f tIlG P,aC '" WhKh i
Evidence of n Terrible Crime.
Galena, III., April 13. Considerable
excitement has boon occasioned in this citj
by tho finding of tho skeleton, intact, of what
appears to have boen a young woman, in
giottnd remote from any cemetery, and
of tho corporation, which is being dug
up for road purposes. Tho remains were
ound about two feet from the Burface
Tho skull is broken in on the right side
near the base, nnd the opinion prevails
that a foul murder has at some tiino been
committed. A pair of solid gold earring
pendants wore found near the skull. The
inattor is to be investigated.
Chicago, April 13. Whilo threo constables
were serving a State warrant on Morris
Studleman, a saloon-keeper in the
southern portion of the oity, Studleman
drew a rovolver and shot Constable Edward
Mooney in tho right breant, inflicting a
wound whioh will prove fatal. He also
wounded Constablo Itiohard Qanford. Thr
was finally landed in ja
after reinforcements of polico had arrived
and smashed in tho door of a room where
he had barricaded himself.
Pniviii'M. v i a.,,.: i i'i .. ,a ri.ii.
iuiMiu,i.ili...,iiiiil tx jjvuigu
Valley train collided with a Philadelphia
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and Heading tr in at the crossing ot tho
former road with tho Bound brook road to
Philadelphia tliis morning. Several per-
sons ate reported hunted and one car
Detitd of it Itlver .Unit.
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liXTO.v, v., April in. uaptain .Martuiaa
Diiiuu, uiuuy veins u pigiiiiuuiii. hichiuuuuw
proprietor on the Ohio and Mississippi
rivers, died yesterday at nn advunced age
at tho rusidence of hia sou, Captain John
r. make, of diabetes
Three I.Htlc l'mtflors Cremated.
Ilor Spnixas, Aitic, April 13. Tho
denco of Daniel Pratt, a negro, In Do Kalb
township, Grunt county, burned to tho
giound last night, nud hia tliroo children
perished tu tho llaincs.
J. C. Kackloy & Co.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes,
Hats Cas and Clothing.
Good always what thev me recconi mended
I to be. -Main Htieet, Gernmnlowii, Ky.
I" P. S. MYERS,
Groceries. Hals. Cans.
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Hoots and Shoes, liueenswnre andlliudware,
Hluhest cash price paid loi grain and ennntiy
Pioduce. Jyl5d AlT. OLIVET
Tim fiillowlm; nie amoim tho leadlug
iHisiiii'v. Ksuioiisnmenis oi .davsviiie. us
toineiN will find those Imtise lollablennd oe
cupyliiKii eommandlni; position In their
Tj I'.IOI.VXX I.A.VBK'.S
MN.'i., WWA1I ,,,r.elt and Uw work wanaiited .f ,
A . ItllOWM.VO, M. !.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON.
Oillce ami lesldenee Kouth-east eoinei of
Thlid and Sutton Ntieets,
F INK A WOKKU'K,
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contractors, Architects, Builders,
Plans and sppclllcatlons furnished an reasonable
teinn and all woik allsfueoilly and
piomptlv done. Ullleeiu Third stieet, between
Wall and Sutton. npl'.ldly
T. r. icirr,
DATU onnMO ,! I Alltunm
BA1H nOOmS ailU LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALLHOURS.
Woik nromntly anil satlsfneloiilv done.
Tei ms reiihonahlo. Piont street, Wwoen
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES.
Vehicles ol all kinds, ijood stock and eaieful
drlvera. Hordes kept by thod.iy.oi week on
leasonable terms. Second st.,,butweou Alarket
riN'CJi a co
GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP.
Cor. Third and Sutton Street t,
nichUOly MAYSVILLE, KY.
r A, MKA.VN,
Full Hue of Hul lal Jtobos and all ni Moles
by tho umlei taking trade. Oiders
piomptly altoiidod to day or nlfjht.
mSOly JVo, OJ, Edit Second Street,
No. fl Wt.st SeC0IMl stlC0ti
.Moiiuuionts. TahletH and HondNtones nl. I
w3koii huiul. Oiders by mall will receive
tliehumopiomptiitteution us if delivered lu
'" " xt door lo Dr. Martin's
uplOdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Office Third street, near Court House,
Louisville Underwriters' Flio and
.Murine company. I an tires against lightning
and wind. nicli'28ly
p H. JUIH,
ATTORNEY AT I, AW.
Rcnl KstaU'iuiil Collecting1 Agency.
CouitSt., (apl2dly) MAYSVILLE, KY.
JOHN II. POYXTZ.Jk.,
Oldest nnd best Comnnules, Insuies for
full value. Low rates. Losses promptly paid,
No discounts Nodelnys. Ofllce cornerThlid
nud Market stieets. nplOdly
TAS. H. HALI.KK, CLAIlENCK. 3ALLKE.
NhIIoc it- Sillier,
ATTORNEY! AT LAW
INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Court Street, (soplOdly) MAYSVTLLE,KY
vr r, marsh.
ATTORNEY AT I.1W, i,
JnHfleo Large Mock. All
ll,tU "l lo Vlltm'
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
WlliniivnriiKinniisnllii.niit!iiP.XnPiiniiFo ?. 17, Mnrket stree', two doois below D. A.
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,c,nti.Vnl' unless a sale Is consummated.
Deeds, moituaizes Rewritten ntiates as low as
'anyone's. Olllco Llbiary Hulldlna, Sutton
I . , .
IJAllli it. iV."
So. 21 Market St., nearly op)). Central J Jotel,
' nWff n.).ll nl nil Unnrx. l AVS I' TT.T.F K"Y
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m tvlSlv if
I K.T. U.S. .S.11IT1I,
1TjT7"TVrrT,Tc?rT' . .
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Willdevoto his whole time to the preset
i tlon of the natural teeth. Dr. C. W. Wnidle
will tnlrn nlin tra rkf nil flut ninnhunlnul vtJr
MU., us siold. sliver.eontluuousgiuu, eollulold
nmliubbor plutesv nichHldly
COWCVi fc CO.
This space has been for their
LOOK OUT FOR IT.
7K.v."ik k. i;iisti:k,
Mnnufactmer of Picture Frames and dealer
lu .Miscellaneous Woods.
mehSO y MAYSVILL13, KY.
"l rOltltlNOX V: KACKIil'.Y,
Wholesale and Retail
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
''', (mh2siy) MAYsviLLE,KY.0MnmXfaciuXi.riiUa
II UN. .1. J, IVIIihMJIN.
Rugs' 0i! cloths and Wattin0s
Will be sold CHEAP for the next thirty days.'
Call and see them
uieliS'ily Xo. '-"J, Kat Second Street.
TJ I'.VT A- DOYlii:,
Every new .shade In
' DHEbS GOODS,
Crushed Strawberry, Electric nine, Egyptian
ele.,aiid new Tilniinlnsi to innteli.
.St'COIHlht., mehJlly .MAYSVILLE, KY. I
T W.SlMItUK A- imo.,
Xo. 21, MARKET STJii;ET.
NEty CARPETS OIL CLOTHS j
and Window Shades. Good Carpets at ). .
IP . I'. , Rll mi II". Til ir. .....i ii,. .... ei'nn t, .1-! ,
'., w, ,.v, irj, IV, lu. ttuu it'l Vi., SI. I'll Mil I ffl.J
iwr . mcn.iidiy
fl.SS .11.1 'I TIK C.1UK,
Second street, January's Jilock.
JVIillinery Goods Hats, Laces,
ntlieis.Tilinmlugsetc.oI the latest styles.
IsLow. mchJUlly i
yritS. .11AKY K. THO.11.lS, I
Announces that she has just received horlaud on reasonable terms, oillce on Fourth
MpiliiB stock, which will bo found very at-, stieet holween .Market and Limestone,
tractive and that she has also seemed the sei ' aplOdty MAYS ' lull., iv.
vied of an accomplished trimmer fiom -
einnntl. One pilco i
only. irr H.liATIirw
' ' ,l,'"s co-
UE. Second St., a'J.lly .MAYSVILLE, KY. W .
" and Deale.s In-
Q r.o. COXA SOX, I
m staple nud Fancy- Building and Dressed Lumber,
J--' J-V-F -i. VT- V -l '-?,
mcli3lly MAYSVILLE, KY.
lircllOlJUI.K t 1IOI.TOX,
No. 0, Second Stieet.
leeolved dally. All seasonable goods in stoek,
Prices as low us tho lowest. nplSdly
Dealeis In Staple and Fancy
No. n. Enterprise Illock. Second Street,
"lljflly MAYSVILLE, KY.
r ri.SIIIXM GOODS nnd
Hnts, Caps, Ti links nnd Valises. Tho latest
sprlni; fctylesjust locelvtd.
Market St., aplOdly MAVSVILLE, ICY.
iy W. I.YXCII,
Manufacturer of and Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladles' and children's flneshoes a specialty.
Custom woik made to order. KepnliluK neatly
and piomptly done nt moderate charges.
No. 41 Muiketsteett.East side.
lUly MAYSVILLE, KY.
p H. .ttlXl'.K fc llltO,
Boots, Shoes, Leather
No. 1, Second, cor. Sitttou streets,
i mcli.'lldly MAYSVILLE, ICY.
!A. M. KOCJKR.H,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
11 E. Sec. St, mch.lOly MA YSV1LLE, KY,
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
ifiin IMkk II A I Tf 'fc. ii rt nil I 1
ald&wly MA'YHVn.TiE, ICY.
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fJ I.T KICIIKNO.V,
Dealer In Staple and Fancy
has KKMOVED fiom his old stnnd to tho
hllllfllllfr fill Mfinilll vtlOMl lllt.lll' .mnll1lf.il lit.
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I riim. iiuii
Wo will not be undersold by anv hoiuo in
! 'ven UielvV or at Clneliiiiatl. It hnvo hull u
mchnidly MAYSVILLE, KY.
r i:okgk OUT, JK.,
Is receiving dally the latest .styles of-
lied room, pnrlor and dlnlnp; room sots lu
Kteat vuiletN. Prices ery low.
Sutton street, mSldly li UJtO ESS 1) LOCK.
Hanltary Engineer. Gas and
Dealer In plumber'.s jjoods, Pumps, Hose,
Hewer Pipes, Lead and Iron Piping, Htoam
and Water Onuses. No. 8 west Second street,
opposite Gelbol's giocerv,
aplTdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
(Ip.'ilfM tti Iwind. iinnlritf.
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STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS,
Dates Ac. Guns, Pistols, Trunks, ... Vnllsos . and
Uillitlmr Vfdnlilitn.i y. .,!.. .,1 fll.
J""". n.uiy .MAi.svtM.ii, KV.
Manuf'ietiirer and oilijln itor of the celc
Silver Dollnr, Win. Hunt's Dark Floiho, Happy
Hmoku, Tlueo Ue.uitles, Cordwood and
GoldSlus. Second Stieet, Maysvlllo, Ky.
Proprietor of theeelebuited hriinds: Hold
i ue fori, l'anor iuee l and .Mother Hubbard.
"nokers1ut!clet''e """" mil vurlety of
n"'""- " HIllllLS.
Second stieet, ally .MAYSVILLE, KY.
ri M. WlIiMAJIS,
'Contractor and Builder
Plans nnd Specifications Inrnlshod and
f I 1 I Urnilr tllUtllt ntll flll LilHLf.intn.il.. .1
Shop on second stieet, opposite Hlish sohod .'
Arhitect and Builder.
I I'lnnnnnil HnnnlUnntlni.ii ....... t,.i.,..i
is.HhhiRlcs.bllnilH, Frames. Doorn, Sash,
Staves, Feneln, Tobacco Hogsheads, &a.
mcn.lOly MAYSVILLE, KY.
iyro.SK t imo.,
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full lino of all kinds of vohlcles on hand
fprsalo. hire or exchange. Hoisos kont hy
day, week or month. Largest and best
Llvory stable In the west. I'rlcos a.
lownsany. Hestnttontton tovehlelesstoied.
Telephonu connection. No. u and i'i west
Second St., apl"dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(Succesiorsto Coopor & lllssot,
Dealers in Stoves, Utilises, 3tnrllelzcl
.IfKiilolx.iiml inimu'iietiirerH olTlu,
t'ojiper1 itni1. Slieot Iron Ware,
SdcoIuI nttoutton nnld to tin loonlnc. cut tor
and H)outlm;. l'rnctlcal plumbers, gus and
steam IHter.s. Wrought Iron and lead pipes,
ivc. All work attended to piomntly and
'ju'k. second sl nOUy MAYSVILLE, ICY.