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Windhorst & Blum,
FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS,
AN AWFUL DEATH. LADIES FREE. WILSON 3
All but PecnpttRteil While to
Y.enin from nn UiiiimnnKcnble i'.iv
New Youk, May G. Gustavo SliifT,
nn importer of plate glass at 35 Murray
street, had the contract to supply
the glass for the now Bryant builili ;t
at Nassau and Liberty streets. Jlr.
Shiff, with one of his employes
Fischer Grossman, started to go to tho
first lloor from one of tho upper
of the building on one of the elevator .
The elevator descended as far n.s tn
third floor, when it became unmanageable.
It was in charge of Daniel
Carrol, 23 years old. Another employee,
named Lcnahan, was iiImi a
. passenger. Suddenly tho elevator oar
started upward. At the next floor, tlu
fourth, Lcnahan jumped out, and at
the fifth Carrol also jumped out. Mr.
Shiff attempted to follow Carrol, but
was caught between the flooring of the
car and tlie ceiling of the sixtli floor,
and his head was all but torn from hi
Fischer Grossman said to a report r:
" Mr. Shift' and 1 sat down in the elevator
car, and at once he began tolook
over a piece of paper on which ho hoi
put down the measurements for gl.i ..
Vc had got down to the third story, and
when the elevator tender pulled the
rope to go down we suddenly shot upward.
Carroll tried tho rope, but it
would not stir. Then Lcnahan jumped
out. Carroll turned to us and said:
Jump!' Not another word was said
by anv one. Then camp the fifth floor,
and Carroll jumped with Mr. Shift" at
his heels. Mr. Shift" started too late,
and you know what followed."
The elevator car was stopped by
Mr. Shiff's body. Engineer Frank
AVeck's, in tho basement, saw that the
belt on the engine which runs the drum
on which the elevator rope was wound
was shifting, while the engine belt
wheel continued to revolve. Jle stopped
the engine. Mr. Godwin, one of
the owners, who had charge of tin
building, said that tho elevator rope
responded to the touch after the accident
as easily as before, and that he di
not kno.v why it behaved as it din.
The elevator was put in the buildin
bv the Whittier Machine Compan.
llcsaidth.it if the passengers had iv
mained in the car until it reached tin-top
floor it would have been stopped
automatically. The elevator company,
Mr. Godwin added, had not formally
turned the elcv.Ubrs over to him.
Duni.iN, May 0. It seems altogether
probable that the lives of tho
two men who pleaded guilty to the
charge of participating in the Phoenix
Park murders will be spared. Their
statements as to tho inexorable compulsion
that was brought to bear upon
them in tho society which they had
joined so heedlessly, has had a profound
Trial ol' Irish t'onsplrnlorH.
Dum.lN, May G. I'itzharris will
be tried by a special jury, as an
accessory to the murder of Cavendish.
An entirely new jury panel has
been summoned. Timothy Kelly,
charged with participation in the
JMuenix Park murders, will have lii.s
third trial on Monday.
A Fatal I'limlci' I'.xplosioii.
Portsmouth, May ti. An explosion
has occurred in the Government
powder mnffaaine situated on Priddy's
Hard, in Portsmouth harbor, caused
by tho accidental ignition of some
powder during the filling of a quant it
of shells. The building was coin
plotcly demolished. Two persons wore
killed outright, four others have since
died, and several more were very seriously
Labor Idols In Vienna.
VlKNNA, May G.Littlc progress
seems to havo been made toward adjusting
the grievances which caused the
baker's assistants here to go on' a strike
Last night 1,000 of the strikers en
gaged in a riot at the Assombh
llooms. Tho furniture was destroyed,
and windows broken. Tho riotei
then threw up if barricade on the
street to enable them to resist the police,
who hud been summoned to quell
tho disturbance, and who
time in subduing the infuriated
Simultaneously with this( outbreak
a demonstration was made in ailothei
part of tho city by -101) morostrikeis
who attacked tho building occupied
by the Bakers' Association, the door
and windows of which they broke
Both parties of rioters were finally dispersed.
Tiik Third Army Corps Othceis' Association
met in tho Astor House, New York
City, Saturday, and Adjourned to meet in
Washington, May 10, when the Societies of
the Army of tho Potomac atid the Army of
the James arc in session.
Gko. I. Uo.vn, speoiul examiner of pension
claims at Louisville, was before the
City Court, Saturday, on u charge of fulso
Bwcnring, whioh wui not sustained; but
immediately after his dischnrgo a woman
brought Milt against him for $0,000 for
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MAY 15, m, 17 and 18, 1883.
STEAMBOATS will wnlce round trips fromMnysvllloto tlio Fair Grounds
at 'Jij cent" ; one way lf cents. Reduced rates nml especial accomodations by
rail. Hacks 11 cents each way.
Races called each day nt 1:30 v. m. Tho track Is now In better condition than
over befoio and every nrinii;teiucnl complete.
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LADIES FREE. MHHBI
Manufacturers uul Dealers In
TINWARE, HOLLOW. WOOD and. STONEWARE.
JVest Corner of Market and Third Streets, Maysrille, Kij.
SLATE and IRON
GRATES and MANTELS
ol all Kinds.
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l ni'"' ol'ull
IX of all kinds
HERMANN LAGE gaily
t , rt r.'j'j.
Numb"!' It, .Seer nd lic'l three
Mnikut htrect, MnyIlli, Ky. epll1
Gtite ft r.;onrce S'.s.. Chicago
Wlilte'i Ifri'i' ltoMiN M'.liTMlUIr
for lf, ,i) 1 1 ri4uiiei
if r.truin' . jiu, Vny, JVlu.
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' U'IMi. Pan.lry Hui.l O IM. I;pMbj
-M Mlfflir.,l'oliic1ii1ctlmlriict'nsii.l Ki
tit Atnilmr KiuiU, mi a CiIusl M
DRAHNG, and aU tho FINISUING PARTS ol
Hfl.TT VI DYY! LAPSES
restore?, with tlio gloss and frcslincsa of youth,
faded or gray hulr to u natural, rich brown color,
or deep black, ns may bo dcMrcd. By its uso light
or red hair may bo darkened, thin hair thickened,
and baldness often, though not nhvnys, cured.
It checks falling of tho hair, and stimulates a
weak and sickly growth to vigor. It prevents nml
cures bcurf and dandruff, nud heals nearly every
dlncaso peculiar to tho Kualp. As a LadicH' Hair
Dri'RMlnjj, tho Vkjoh Is unequalled ; It contains
neither oil nor dyo, renders tho hair soft, glossy,
and silken in appearance, nud imparts a delicate,
agreeable, and lasting perfume.
5Iu. O. I. UniriiKn writes from Klrhy, 0.,Jutu
3, 1981! : " Last fall my hair coinuicuced falling
out, and in a short time I bucaiuo nearly bald. I
used part of a bottle of Aviut'H IIaik Viaoit.
which stopped the falling of tho hair, and started
a new growth. 1 have now a full head of hair
growing vigorously, and am convinced that hat
for the use of your pi eparatiou I should have been
.7. AV IkiWKJf, proprietor of tho. McArthnr(QMo)
Enquirer, says : " aviiu'h IIaik Viooit Is a most
excellent preparation for the hair. 1 speak of it
from my own oxporloncb. Its use promotes tlio
growth of now hair, ami makes It glossy and soft.
Tim Vinou is also a sure cure for daudruti. Not
within my knowledge has tho preparation ever
failed to give entire satisfaction."
Jilt. ANfJi'S KAiaiiAinv, leader of' tho cola-lira
ted " Falrbalm Family ''of Scottish Vocalists,
writes f iota Jloslan, Mast,, Feb. 0, I860: "Kver
since my ludr began to give silvery evldonco of tho
change which tleeting thiio procuroth, I havo used
Avna's H.vm Vnioa, and so havo been able to
maintain an anpearauce.of youthfulucss a matter
of considerable couseuuenco to ministers.
orators, actors, and in fact every ouc who lives la
the eyes of tho public."
Jim. O.A. 1'itnscoTT, writing from 18 Elm St.,
Clutrlestoicn, Mat,, Aiirll II, 1882. says: "Two
years ago nliout two-thirds of my hair camo off.
It thinned very rapidly, and I was fast growing
bald. On using AYiJa'8 lUllt Viaoit tho falling
stopped and a new growth commenced, nnd in
about a month mv head was completely covered
with short hair. It has continued to grow, and is
now as good as before it fell. I regularly used but
one bottlo of tho Vioon, but now use it occasionally
as a dre&slng."
Wo'havo hundreds of similar testimonials to tho
efficacy of Ami's Haiii Viaoit. It needs but a
trial to couvluco tho most skoptlcnl of Its value.
Dr. J. C. Ayor &. Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
Position Guaranteed if Desired.
living out of the city
31 West Ninth St.
Desirable Rsal Estate
JV not ."-old bfioic I will scdl nt public nnc
lion iii Miliwduj , Juno -', Iisa my
house and tlvulotx.ull luidt'r fence, sit ttiitud
in Clifton, near I lie pinpcrt.v of Mr. . 11.
I'eiuce, Jr.. nnd onlyiliieo nil mites walk to
tlio piopoved stu't'l inllway. The house Is
coniimiutlvely new, bns tlirto monis,
luill and poich bi lew. nnd two looms
'above, a nice cellnr, elsiein. a lingo stable,
1 ini.T.v Iioum) and ull
iltleeii to twenty Unit tiees. jiapesnnd otlior
1 sinaH Irultc For furl her pnitlculars call nnd
i see mo nt my olllco opposite pOMnlllce, orU
H. Judd, Kq, Attorney nt I.uw. Couit stteet,
, boleen Hecond and 'i bird stieetn.
u2.dtd U. A.McUKACKEN.
A, (I, GLASCUCK i CO
Is the be'st place to gel bargains In
G. W. GEISEL,
A'o. f),W. (lecniid St., 0ip. Opera Hoiino,
Krultsnnd Vecetablesln BoaHou.
respectfully solicited. llldly
T. J CURaLETT,
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter.
Keeps constantly On band Uatli Tubs. Water
Closets, "WiihIi Btiuula, Force and Lift PumpH,
Wrought Iron and Lcadl'lpo.UloboAutsIenuu
Check Valves. Btenin nnd Water GaiiKen. Deal,
er In tlio celebrated Calumet brand ofBower
and Drain Pipe. Jobbing promptlyatlonded
to aud all work warranted. Hecond btreet. two
dooiH above Oeo, T, Wood's. il(kl8tn
P. S. MYERS,
Groceries, Hats, Caps,
Ilnvo Just received their Spi Iiik Stock of Ira- Hoots nnd Shoes, Qnceuswaro anilliarUware.
portednnd Domestic Goods nt Iho luteit styles, i Illijliest casn price pam toryrnin ami conmry
prices reasonable uiul work the best. auJIy Produce. Jyl5d Mt. OLIVJil
EAST SECOND ST.,
'.Blerbowcr's Old Stand,
done In tlio HES1'
MANNER at tho
Etc. Etc. Etc.
THIS BEST PLAGE
STOVES. ! GRATES. MANTELS. TINWARE. liuij
latternian &l Power's.
I nlest and mnM Impiovcd slyleR ol Conltlnu pud I?tntlnc StoeH. liiiu'e nt M'berllnir.' W
Va,. ol hot blast charcoal Iron, warranted not to have a. luule ounce ol sciapln them,
btoveN of course, m ear the longest.
JIOlTSi: milMMllXO ;MU)Sof nil kinds rnd tbenrst quality.
.tlOM'ioa OH. 4iOlilX3 The only absolute y sale oil sloveln the world.
I.ITTM: JOlirit MASHING SI. Uest ninile.
11!i:kn OV 'Jim: WIT M'AUIK JHtAWt.lt, which saves lialtoi
wilier from n well or cistern.
i: VK1.Y lIltCAKrASTCOOllIKT. MOTE, which Isndmlltcd by nil who have used It
to have no bupeilor. Call nnd tee It. Call nnd see us whether you wish to buy or not.
"I'MMiy BLATTERKAW & POWER.
BIERBOWER & CO,
(Successors lo A.M. T GNFW A CO..) G. W. Tudcr's old stnnd. No. iO Mnilcet slrect. Maysvllle,
ICeiituclcy. unnounce to I be ublle I but hnvll B 1 uiebn,ei. I be Inltiesl ! A. J. l'pi i A Co.,
wllll eoi nuci 1 lie Hiovennil 'Jin luslncsnt ibe C'J ji iMni U. .'Judoi on Miuhet stieet,
Maysvllle. Ky. 'Jbe i Hi m Is comi oti! oflpinclkal nun ol long txjeilmce and
woiltineii.Tbe.'oest binnds of
will be constantly kept on bond nt the ritlfFH. itooflri: nnd other like Avoik
done In the best innui ei in il uuninntenl loKivesatlslnctli n. AttemHc and ) olilosulesineu
at nur stm e will live closest nt tint Ion to the wants ol our custrmeis.
i iblsowlnnby II flnn of A. J. H'liew it Co., will be j uld by imnnd nil clalm.s
due said Dim ine i nyi.ble to tih by the leinis ol the ptucbnK'. Yours Hcspcctlully,
K3CEF330WEIRL 3c CO.
"ElOl T" M ET O E S ES Q I aO I c idlnllyicirn'inendthenbovennmed firm, and
B at? fill Am H La tU atan S f W
fileiuls fuor tluni villi i heir ) at toi.tive.
mild be dUiishI lo lave no old rustomcisnnd
P,esiectluliy, (nuhl'OiuvwtnO G. W.TUIOU.
Frosh 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 we are prepared to make up in the latest styles and fashions.
Perfect fits guaranteed. Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
including many novelties. Hats, Caps, Trunks and Yalises.
Call and see us.
31 Second St.
ITicroy & Lee.
Our Future Purpose !
Is to tender the farmer odvantoersbrrerclofo urbenrd of in the hnslne" world by DISCONTINUING
AGENCIES AND COM MISSIONS AND8KLL1NG DiUECT TO
at the lowest jostlble wboltEale pikts. as the lollowiiiBtcheUule will tally Indicate.
BUGGIES: Largo invoices just received. Superior to any over
brought to tho oity which wo cast on tho market at $57,60 to $135.
FARM WAGONS from $57.50 to $05.00.
DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS, including extra tongues, $2.50 to $3.50.
CORN PLANTERS from 75 cents to $37.60.
TWO HORSE CULTIVATORS from $10.00 to $20.00.
CORN DRILLS, ?14.00, heretofore $18.00.
CHAMPION REAPER and MOWERS,
Spring Tooth and Randall Harrows. Steel and Cast Plows. Sulky
and Revolving Hay Rakes. McColm's Soil Crusher. Springilold
Engines and Threshers. Driving Wagons. Villago Phfjotons
and Carriages all at correspondingly LOW PRICES.
All persons are invited to cnll(audseo us as our Etock Is largo nnd must bo sold.
MTALXi, HILET & PORTER,
npisdiy 2?o, 7 Sutton and 18 Second Streets.