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'Ctonclcnaefl and I'nt Into Nhnpc o
ty .economize tue rune 01 wsisy
i-' MrM Mnn.
TiiRtroaty between Germany find Madagascar's
CutNA will establish a 'Consulate in Chicago.
Ex-President Davis was much better
yesterday and is improving.
The Wllkcsbarrc, Pa., minors are expected
to return to work at their old wages.
Six Paris anarchists hare boen arrested
for circulating ocditious pamphlots among
The railroad conductors arc holding
their twelfth annual convention in Cincinnati
. The Illinois House of Representatives
adopted Willoughby'i amendment fixing
beer licenses at $500.
OrriCAl advices from Fort Walsh to Friday
represent the Creeks as perfectly quiet,
and that no trouble is apprehended.
It is rumored at St. Louis that a new
morning daily paper will make Hb appearance
there September 1, 1883.
George W. Seltoon, a conductor on the
Louisville & Nashville railroad, was run
over and killed at Pass Christian, Miss.
It is Tumored in New York that the
warrants for Sheridan's arrest and extradition
are in tho hands of the U. S. Marshal.
At Cronstadt tho United States stcamor
Lancaster has arrived, with tho envoys of
the United States at the coronation of tho
Tue Madison, Ind., Courier's report from
Orgus Dean, the largest peaoh grower in
Indiana, is to the effect that thcro will be a
good yield of poachos this season.
Moosic, near Scranton, Pa., was shaken
throughout by an explosion of powder in a
mngazino at a coal breaker. One man
was almost torn to pioccs; another Was not
The remains of Prlnco Gortschakoff wcro
interred in tho Church of St. Sergius Tuesday,
the Emperor, Minister of Foreign Affairs
and other prominent officials being
The Secretary of tho Kansas Stato
Board of Agriculture report that the farmers
of that State now have over 6,000,000
bushels of old wheat and over 37,000,000
buBhols of corn.
The New York Board of Alderman has
appointed a committee to co-operate with
the Mayor in tho efforts to recover moneys
stolen from tho City Treasury by Carroll, a
clerk in the Comptroller's oilico.
Mils. Clinton Mikeseli., wife of tho
Trumbull Co. (O.) Infirmary Director, committed
suicide Wednesday morning by
hanging. Ill hoaltli was the cause The
affair creates a big sensation there.
It is reported that ex-Comptroller John
Kelly, of New York, had sent his personal
check to tho Mayor for S1S.000 to reimburse
tho city for tho amount out of which it is
said Carroll swindled the city during his
(Kelly's ) administration.
Accounts of tho condition of the health
of the Count do Chamhord are conflicting.
The Union declares he is well, while the
Temp3 says ho is seriously ill, and it is
probablo that his friends ate uneasy and
endeavoring to conceal the seriousness of
his condition from the public.
The Assembly of the Southern Presbyterian
Church, opening at Lexington, Ky.,
to-day, will consist of l!J2 Commissioners
from the various congregations of the
body. A feature of the Assombly will be
the attendance of n delegation with fraternal
greetings fiom the Northern Presbyterian
The head constable at Liverpool maintains
that tho story of tho discovery on a
steamer of an infernal machine
is a hoax. Tho box contained only
brick. The Times correspondent at Liverpool,
however, insists on the truth ot tho
story, and declares that tho police are
nnxiotis lo miucimic the importance of the
affair. Tho Liverpool (Virior Miys it is
positive timt a dangerous machine was
found on u steamer.
The London Times fays the emigration
scheme proposed by Canadian capitalists
hangs fire because of the objections of Glad-atone
to the sytcm of stato aid. It says
tho Cabinet wilt insist on the Canadian
Government becoming responsible for the
money loaned to futther the scheme, probably
thinking that by that means they will
cause tho projcctjto be abandoned. There
is reason to believe, howeier, that Canada
will accept the responsibility.
At Paris United States Minister Morton
introduced to Prima Minister Ferry a deputation
bearing an address from a Boston
committee, in which tho French Government
was requested to introduce a bill to
facilitate the dispatch of French works of
art to the Centennial Exhibition to be held
on tho occasion of the centennial of the
signing of tho treaty for American independence.
M. Ferry intimated that he
would submit the matter to the council of
Patrick O'Biuen, formerly Secretary of
the Livorpool Land League; Miohael
llynos, a printer, and Patrick Slatter, the
foreman of Hynos, havo been arrested for
printing and spreading thq ciroulars
to tradesmen in Dublin recently,
which wero termed " An Analysis of the
Special Juries on Eighteon Treats Undor
the Crimes Act," and in which p'ersons
having goods of those jurors were threatened.
They woro romanded for trial and
admitted to bail.
II I I I I II I
rive Thoiinniiil Dollars Uniting?.
Philadelphia, May 17. Tho Common
Pleas jury gave a verdiot for Mark Spiokcr
against a railroad company for $5,000.
Spioker, a traveling salesman, took passage
for IVilliamsport, and presented th
conduotor tho return slip of an excursion
tiokot from Williamsport to Philadelphia.
The conductor refused the ticket and
jootcd Spleker in the open country, Tho
Judgo chargod rathor against thoojoctment
of the holder of a tioket in a rural district
mid a drenching rain. .,.
At Lexington, Ky., yesterday tho first
race, xnilo heats, was won by Barlow j time,
2:01. Tho second 'i race,
fillies, ono and one-quarter miles, was won
fcy Voraj time, 2:01 J. Tho third raoo,
two-year-olds, three-quarters of a mile, was
won by Rosaryj time, 1:17.
AtMaysville, Ky., the first race, three
iinUe heats, was won by Bioh Ball. Tims,
K.'Og, Z'ZB j.
mo socond race, hoati. was
foa by Alcyono. Tims, 2 05, 2:40, 2:81
Windhorst & Blum,
FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS,
Havo Just received their Spring Stock of Import
ediind Lomestlo(oo(Not the lateststyles.
prices reasonable nnd work the best. niuily
A, I GLASCllCK k CO
Is the befctjplncc to get bargains In
O. W. GEISEL,
No. 0,W. NccoimI St., Opp. Opera Honse,
Fruits and Veeetablesln sention. Your patron-no
respectfully solicited. IHdly
T. J". CTTUXjETT,
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter.
Keops constantly on hand Bntli Tubs. Wnter
Cloets, Wash Stands, Forconnd Lift Pumps.
Wrought Irou and Lead Plpe.GlobeAugieand
Check Vatves.Bteam and Water GuuRes. Deal
er In tho celebrated Cnlumct brnnd of Hewer
nnd Drain Pipe. Jobbing promptly attended
to and all work warranted. Second btreet. two
doors above Geo. T, Wood's. ilCdiim
P. S, MYERS,
Groceries, Hats, Caps.
Moots and Shoes, Queenswnre nndHnrdware.
Highest cash price pnld (oryrnln and country
Produce. Jyl5d Mt. OLIVET
Stato & Monroe Sts., Chicago
Will fend prtmll to any ftddrtts their
, BAND CATALOGUE, i
lor l6i "-00 M, 4lO Lngraviup
of I cttrutnenU, hulU, Cups Hell
SUnJi. Drnm Mftmr'i fctufft. and
I lata? AnnHrv lliin.l Outfit. I!nlriner
jMitfriAfsAl'otoclutln Imtructlon nn Ex-
ttrritft i or Am&wur fitaua, Dd cauaogur
of Choice lUnd Alutlc
Boarding School SSS";
DRAPING, and all tho FINISHING PA11T3 ol
Position Guaranteed if Desired.
living out of the cltj
D. W. MOODY is CO.
31 West Ninth St.
Number!!, Second dice!, tlnee clnois below
.Market, utieet, MiiyiHs Ky. apllUdly
Desirable Real Estate
IF not sold befoie I will H'll at nubile line
tlon on iluriii,v. .Iiim ii. 1SSU iny
Iioiim' niil five lotf. nil Minuted
In Clifton, near Hie pioperty of Mr. . H.
Poarre Ji.. unit only ilirec nili.utes walk to
tlie piopo.ed street uillwny. The house Is
loinimmtiveiy new, lnH tluee rooms kitchen,
liall and poreh beliw nud two io Iiik
above, n nice ccllm, n Inice Miihlo,
liuugy hoiue unit nil ineenuyout nnjldinps
flu ecu loiweiitj. Iruit ticK i'inii'!.nnd oilier
Ntnall fiults. For furtlir i iiitlciilius cnl and
weincni my oilico opi olfH otofllco, orO,
H. Jnild, Eq. Attorney nt I.iw (.'mil t street
between Kceoiid mid '1 blid streets,
aildtd G. A. .Mct'HAt KEN.
and nil scrofulous diseases, Sores, Erysipelas,
Eczema, Blotches, ltliiKworm, Tumors,
Itoils, and Eruptions or the Skin,
are tho direct result of au impure stato of the
To euro tlieso diseases tho blood must bo
and restored to a healthy and natural condition.
A v Kit's Sahsai'AKILLA hoe for over forty
years been recognized by eminent medical authorities
as the most powerful blood purifier in
existence. It frees tho 8 stem from all foul humors,
enriches nud strengthens tho blood, removes
all truces of mercurial treatment, and proves Itself
a complete master ot all scrofulous diseases,
A Itecout Citro of Scrofulous Sores.
" Some mouths ago I was troubled with scrofulous
sores (ulcers) on my legs. 'Iho limbs wero
badly swollen nud liilliiined, and the sores discharged
huge quantities of offensive matter.
Every remedy I tried failed, until I used Ayek's
Saiihai'AUII.la, of which I liavo now taken three
bottles, with the result that the sores are healed,
and my general health greatly improved. I feel
very grateful for tho good your medicine hasdono
mi. Yours respectfully, Mas. Ann O'Hiiian."
148 Sullivan St., Now fork, Juno iH, lsttt!.
GJI? All persons Interested nre Invited to
call on Mrs. O'Urlnn j iilto upon the Ituv. Z.
1. Wllils of 78 East 54th Street, Now York
City, -who will take pleasure In testlfylnjr to
the wonderful ofllcucy of Ayor'H
not only In the euro of this lady, but In
lils own caso and many others within his
Tho well-known writer on the Boston Herald, B.
w. uau, oi jiocnesier, iv..,writes, uuno i, ibsj:
" Having sulfered severely for some years with
Eczema, and having failed to llnd relief from other
romodius, 1 havo made use, during the past threo
months, of Aykk's SAlthAl'AltlLLA. Vihich has
ellected a complete cure, 1 consider it a
remedy for all blood diseases."
stimulates and regulates tho action of tho
and asslmllatlvo organs, renews and
strengthens tho vital forces, and speedily cures
llhoumntlsm, Neuralgia, Khuumatla Gout,
Catarrh, General Debility, and all diseases
arising from an Impoverished or corrupted condition
of the blood, and a wenkouod vitality.
It Is incomparably tho cheapest blood raedicino,
on account of Its concentrated strength, and groat
power over discaso.
(T , l'ltEPAUED DY
Dr. J. C. Ayer &. Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists; prlco $1, six bottles for ?&
J. C. & Co.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoos
Hats Caps and Clothing.
Goods always what they nro recommended
to bo, Alain Btreot, Gormnutown, Ky.
AND IVIXXGKC FINER.
Docs not claim to undersell every other merchant in the city,
but he does claim to give entire
To those who favor him with a call. Take his stock
Through and Through
And you can do as well as at any other place. Notice these
prices and then call and
LOOK AT THE GOODS,
4 Ball Croquet, Set in Box
6 Ball Croquet, Set in Box
8 Ball Croquet, Set in Box
Good Cotton 300 Pound Hammock - - $1 25
Good Cotton 500 Pound Hammock - ,- SI 50
Mexican Grass 1,000 lb. Hammock - - $2 50
And Ail OUT-DOOR GAMES.
SEND FOR PRICES.
FRANK R. FHISTER,
wiLsaisr &. Dietrich,
EAST SECOND ST., of-
Bierbower's Old Stand,
done in the ES 1"
MANNER tit the
14,508 .Boxes sold in a year by OWE I
Act Directly on the Liver.
Cuiim Chills sn Fever, Dyhi'evhi,
Sick Headache, Bilious Comc, Constipation,
UlIEUMATISM, 1'ILES, l'ALI'JTATION
OP THE llKAHT, IJIZSINESS, Tonl'ID LlVEH,
("OATICnToNaUE. SLEKl'LEaNES9. AND ALT.
Diseases or the Livkii and Stomach. If
you do not " feel very well," u single pill at
stlinulntei the stomach, restores
tho upputlte, Imparts vigor to tho syitem.
R.E. SELLERS & GO,, Pittsburgh, Pa.
J. C. Pecor&Co.
PAINTS, OILS, VAItNIHH, nud IlKADY
Etc. Etc. Etc.
THE BEST PLACE
Blatterman & Power's.
Lnlcst nnd most Improved styles ot Coolslnp nnd Hentlns Stoves, mode nt Wbeellnp. W
Vn 01 hot ulnst clinrcoiil iron.wnrranted not to havoiiilnyloounceoi kciaplu them. Tbe&o
stoves of couise, wear tho lnncest.
1IOUNK FUUMHIl ING iON of nil kinds nnd the Best qunlitv.
MOMlolt oil, COOKING only nbkolutoly bole oil stove In tho world.
I.lTTl.K JOHKK M'ANIIING MA nnd Effective. Best mnde.
IVKKN OF THE WESTWATEB 1 It A WWR, which saves halt of the labor of
wuter from n well or cistern.
K 1H1.Y ItKKAKFAN'r COOKING KTOVK, which is admitted by nil who hove used It
to hnve no superior. Cull nud tee It. Cnll nnd see us whether you wish to buy or not.
apH3diy BLATTERMAN & POWER.
4'M K AbflolntAtvtiarmlftaf Rtlmll.
Ul 1 1 M 1 1 1 AI l !ate' irdruggiit hasn't
it uuiuo, 4, cxjircu raid! f J.
For powor.pnrlty of lono.brllllnncy of touoli
benuty of niilhh nntl durnblllty It lifts no
equtU.The most omlueut plauluta prouounco i t
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
L. F. METZGER.
MANAGER, Branch office, Maysvlllo, Ky
:A1bo, Tho MatohloflB:
A full swpplyof planosondorguns constantly
oji baud. Corrospouileuts promptly
Payments easy, Bep20d&wly.
SLATE and IRON
GRATES and MANTELS
of all Kinds.
in Amorlcn to be
MAY 15, 16, 17 and 18, 1883.
STEAMBOATS 'will tnnke round trips from Mnycvllle to the Fnir Grounds
nt '2b cents ; one wny 16 cents. Reduced rntts and ispecinl accomodations by
rail. Hacks 23 cents each wny.
Races called eachdny at 1:30 p. m. Tho track Is now In better condition than
ever before and every arrangement complete.
EGNEW & ALLEN,
Manufacturers nnd Dealers In
STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, COPPER,
TINWARE, HOLLOW. WOOD and STONEWARE.
West Corner of Market and Third Streets, Maysville, Ky
OMAHA, EfeSfe Bird Canes,
M'lirf of till tine
ot all kinds.
BIERBOWER & CO.,
(Successors to A.M. FGNFW & CO..) G. V. Tndor's old smnd. No. SO Market street. Mnysvllle,
Kentucky, announce to tlic i ubllc tl nt lmvli g puiilinsen iliemteieht i A. &. Co.,
wllli cot duel Tin LuHiicMit the oi i mmjo) G. V .ludoi on Mnikcl stieet,
Mnysvllle. Ky. The new Hun is composed opiiictUnl iiitu of Ion u cxjcilencc and
workmen, 'i'he.best binuds of
STOVES and TINWARE
will be constantly kept on hand nt the PRJTFS. Roofinn and oilier like work
done in the best mannei m duuaianteid togivesnllsluctlon. Attentive and polite salesmen
nt our stoic will nlvc closest ntteni ion to the wants ol ourcustcimeis.
debts owlnp by ilielnti llim of A. J. Eyniw & Co., will be puhl by us nnd nil claims
due said flint are payt.ble to us by the terms of the puichase. Yours Bespectlully,
BIERBOWER Sc CO.
TO TUET D I 1131 1 l0 ulinUy recommend thenbovenamed firm, and
1 n & U D ! I V'vrould be pleasrrt lo have my old customers and.
friends favor them with their pniioiuipe. Hespectfully, (meh.q0o&vm) G.W.TUUOU.
Fresh arrival of Spring Goods to he 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 Valises. .
Call and see us.
31 Second St.
Vicroy & Lee.
Our Future Purpose !
is to lender tho farmer advantages bererctofo uubennl of in the luiolnpps world by DISCONTINUING
AGKNC1ES ANU COM MISSIONS AND SELLING DIRECT TO AGRICULTURISTS
at tbo lowebt possible pj lcet. as tbo lollowlng bcbedulo will fully Indicate.
BUGGIES: Largo invoioes just roceived. Superior to any over
brought to tho oity which wo cast on tho market at $57.50 to $135.
PAEM WAGONS from $67.60 to $05.00.
DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS, including extra tongues. $2.50 to $3.50.
CORN PLANTERS from 75 oonts to $37.60.
TWO HORSE CULTIVATORS from $10.00 to $20.00.
CORN DRILLS, $14.00, horotoforo $18.00.
CHAMPION REAPER jmd MOWERS,
Spring Tooth and Randall Harrows. Stool and Cast Plows. Sulky
and Revolving Hay Rakos. McColm's Soil Crushor. Springfield
Engines and Threshers. Driving Wagons. Village Photons
and Carriages all at correspondingly LOW PRICES.
All. poisons nro Invited to calland eco stock is Jurgo and must bo sold.
M7ALL, RXLK7 & PORTER,
JVo, 7 Sutton and 18 Second Streets,