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A DISHONEST FELLOW.
"Victim In IllliioN, Ono in nll
fnrnln. nnd Stilt Another In Sett
San Oal., May 20.
Sensational developments have resulted
day in the case of J3ooth, the bicyclist,
who swindled a young St. Louis ludy
and was arrested therefor. A woman,
calling herself Mrs. Alico
"Veeden, called at police henduarters,
and said she had been Booth's
tress, but that he had deserted her
about seven months ago, and took
nearly all her clothing and jewelry.
The day after he left a letter came for
him, which she opened. It was from
his mother in Wellington iTov Zealand,
reproaching him for leaving there
suddenly, and begging him to come
back, pay his debts, and deal honorably
by the youncr girl whom he compromised.
Booth's trunk was in tho
hands of the police, and Mrs. Wccdcn
asked to look over tho contents. Sho
identified many articles as hers. Sho
said that, besides taking her thine, ho
made nvrny with $,200 in money.
"While the trunk-searching was coing
on Mi.ss McCabe, accompanied by
Gardner and sonic lady, entered. Captain
Lees then decided to have Booth
brought up. He did not appear surprised
at nicotine Ms. Not
a muscle of his face moved. Sho
(greeted h'm with, " How are you,
Charley? " and tho two proceeded to
divide tho contents of the trunk. Sho
claimed about three-fourth of the articles.
She claimed all his white
shirts, asserting that she had bought
and paid for them in Melbourne.
.While tho two were disputing tho
door opened and Miss McCabe,
Booth's latest viotim, entered, leaning
on thenrm of Chief Crowley. Booth
was visibly moved. He started and
glanced nervously at her and at
the officer. She was much affected,
and sobbed and moaned. Tho scene
was sad. Gardner stood on ono side
with a determined iace and fists
clenched, breathing vengeance on
Booth. Tho latter soon recovered
his self-possession and continued to
arrnngo the trunk. Miss' McCabe
snoke a few words in a low tone to
him. Tears came into his eyes, and
he said he wished tho thing had not
happened, as U was bad for both. She
demanded a ring and $."i0 from him,
and after some demurring he gave
her tho ring, but refused to give up
the monev until he had seen his attorney.
Mrs. "Weeden will prosecuto
him for grand larcenv. complaint already
havinc been made at tho timo
he decamped last October. A correspondent
interviewed Miss McCabe.
She was in spisms nearly all
dav yesterday, and was hardly
able to penk upon the subject.
She said she l"ft an honored home
for Booth, who seemed kind and
affectionate all that a woman could
desire. She first met him in "Whitehall.
III., nt the house of her adopted
father. She is almost broken-hearted
by her lpvor's perfidy, and intends to
po back to St. Louis as soon as
Gardner has also abandoned all
his plans of going to "Washington
Territory. It is hard to place Booth's
nativity, hut he was probably born in
Canada. Beports have been received
from various quarters of Booth's desertion
of other women.
Death of n Man With n SVniisc Ills.
Tauis, May 20. There has just died
at Charenton, near this city, a man who
has had a very curious history. Thirty
years ago this person, whoso name was
Boussot, was condemned to deatlr at
Seine Assizes for the murder of an old
gentleman, M. Demoury. The case had
excited considerable interest, and tho
court was crowded with spectators.
Among the persons standing immediately
behind Boussot, who was
flanked by a pair of gendarmes,
was ono Planchat, an
of tho Prcsse newspaper,
who had somehow contrived to
wriggle himself intothat position without
attracting notice. Scarcely had
the sentence been pronounced when
Planchat,moved, as no afterward explained,
by an uncontrollable impulse,
)assed the side of his hand over the
prisoner's neck in imitation of tho keen
jlade of the guillotine, at tho same
Jmo emitting a whirring sound.
instantly fell forward with a shriek
of terror, and tho bystanders, indignant
at this heartless and shocking
act, rushed upon Planohat and roundly
abused him. Planohat was subsequently
condemned to two years'
imprisonment. As for his victim,
he nover recovered from?tho shook, remaining
insane until tho day of his
death. IIo was pardoned by tho Emperor
and confined, first at Bicotro,
and afterward nt Oharonton, whoro
ho has just, expired. Tho unfortunate
man was under tho impression
that he had .been actually beheaded
in. the Palais doJustico, and when relating
the story was in tbo habit of
imitating tho sound tljat haunted him
for thirty years. i-.A,
EGfNEW & ALLEN,
Manufacturers nnd Dealers in
STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, COPPER,
: TINWARE, HOLLOW. WOOD and STONEWARE.
West Corner of Market and Third Streets, Maysvllle, Ky.
OMAHA, gfc Bird Cages,
SLATE and IRON
GRATES and MANTELS
of all Kinds.
Miiro of all n-
IN of all kinds.
&l CO, 9
Tndor's old stand. No. SO Maikel sheet,
g ) uiel um ilie iiiteiest ol A. k Co.,
e oil) mmioi G. M . Uidoi on Miiilut stitct,
ojintictiial nun of long cxptilonccuiul
PRICES. Hoofing nnd oilier like -work
satisfaction. Attentive nnd polite salesmen
wnnts ol our customers.
Epnew & Co., will be paid by us nnd nil claims
the Yours Respectfully,
BIERBOWEH 3t CO.
nlinlly recommend thenbovennmed firm, nnd
(Suereors to A.;J. FGNEW & CO., G. W.
Kentucky, announce to the i nolle Unit hovii
wllllcoi Wi the Sio'vennd 1 iu tl
Maysvllle, Ky. The new tiim Is coinpostd
workmen. The.'oest biands of
will beconstnntly kept on linnd nt the LOWFPT
done in the best inannei iu d puaianteed to give
at nnr btoie m ill give closest attention to the
B"A11 (lebtn owlnpby the lnte ilini of A.J.
due said Aim nie payi.ble to us by the teinis of
TPlHk TU C Oil ESI 1 c
fi lends fnvor uiem with their pationape.
Before insuring your life
Sayings Fund Plan
Tfe Assurance flocey.
Instead of luveMinc in stocks, bonds or oth.
er securities or depositing in Savings Hanks.
EXAMINE THIS PLAN
of insurance, which not only yields a return
as an investment, but lves Immediate indemnity
in ease of death.
-A. ODES INT "I8.
Second Street, MAYSVILE, KY.
State & Monroo Sts..Chic.Tjo y
Will ternt preinM to uny aildmi iLtlr fj
BAND UA T
or J5J, .OU ive, . IU hnjratinp
limL of lDitruinenti, Sultt, Cip-, DilU,
Slin.U. Drum Mvor'l Sb.(Tl. Ailil
Iltti. Siimlrv lliul OithK. Hclrlne
ft tllw MittrHli, nl olnclunw inilrnrtion n I r x-
irriwt rcr iwuoi, na t i.iaioku
cfCbuiva iUau Mutlc
iUIOQDY'SI ForTenclilMsr all
hmmiinimm ?haal I Cutting, and everr garment
wm mm wisgmfc
DRAPING, and all tho FINISHING PA1VTS of
Position Guarantood if Desired.
BOARDED FREE I 8l wBt Ninth St.
While learning. CINCINNATI, OHIO.
For power.purlty of lone.brllliancy of touch
beauty of finish nnd durability It ban no
equal, Tho most eminent plaulsta pronounce it
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
L. F. METZGER.
MANAGER, Branch office, Muysvllle.Ky
:A1bo, Tho MatohleBs:
A full supply of pianos ond organs constantly
oh band, Correspondents promptly
Payments easy. 6ep2Cd&wly,
be plenstd to bnve my old customers and
Hepped ro iy, (inihmw&vom) o. w.tujuh.
Notice To Tax-payers.
rpHE books of the City Assessor returned
JL for the year 188"! having been examined
and corrected by the Hoard of Equalization,
aie now in my hands will be open lor inspection
Thursday, May 2Mh, 1SS3,
at 7:110 oVlock p. in., at which time the
Boaid of Councllmen will hold a mceetliig
to levy tho tax lor the year 188-', and to hear
appeals at that date only fiom these who
feel themselves aggrieved by the piesent
asse.Mn'nt. By order of the Bouid.
mlUw3t HARRY TAYLOR, Clerk.
Application for Incorporation.
NOTICE is heieby clven that application
has been made to the Manon 'Jonnty
Court for the incorporation ot the Maysvllle
Klectno Light Company, in piusuance of
chaptered, ot the Oenoial statutes ol Kentucky
and by that name to have' perpetual
"uccefslon, and power to sue and be sued, Ac,
The amount of capital stock to be f.JJ,00l, each
share ol 'Which is to bo ol the value of SoO.
Thepilneipal place of business oi t he said
corporation is to be the city ot Maysvllle.
The object of the said Company is to lurnish
lUlU, generated by electricity to Individuals
and coipointlous within thecity ot Mnysville,
and adjacent thereto, and to the said city for
public pm poses by con ti act with the same,
and also lor tho purpose ot supplying motive
power, genemted by steam or electricity,
within the said tenltoiy. The prlvnio property
oi the individual stockholders in t lie
said Company is to be exempt fiom nil liability
lor the debts ol tho said Company. The
business ot said Company is to be managed
by a boaid ot seven Uirectois, to be elected by
the stockholders annually, and the ilrst
.bonrd'itf dlrectoiR to be elected when tl esum
ofnot less than 310.000 shnll have been
to tho cnpifil stock of said Company.
Tho board of dlrectois from their own number
shall elect a Piesldent. Vice President,
Secretary and Tieusmer, ami may elect other
orllcers ns mn be necessary. The company
may issue its bonds lor an amount not exceeding
tho maximum Indebtedness which
shall bellxed nt $0,000, with inteiest coupons
theieto attached btarlng interest at a rate not
to exceed six per cent, per annum, which
shall become due nnd payable semiannually
and to secure said bonds and Interest
the company mny execute a mortgage
upon lis proppity of evory kind. The said
corporation may commence on the 7th day
of May, ISS, and continue perpetually. Tho
loiiowing nameu peisons ai e mo corporators :
W. H. Wadsworth, Clias. U. Pearco, W. H.
McGrannghau.II.C. BnrkleyA. R. Glascock.
C. bliultz Leach, D. Hechlngor, G. W. Sulser.
Maysvllle, Ky., May 5, 1883, mSd&wlra
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of the Kidneys.
been used with most gratifying success
HAS in many obstinnto cases. Prof, F,
W, Clark, professor of Chomistry at the University
of Cincinnati says this water "belongs
to the same class with that of the Alleghnny
Springs, ol Virginia," tho medicinal virtues
or which are too well known to bo stated here.
Those who deslro to try this famous water
are referred to Captain O. AV. Boyd, Lovanna
Ohio; Captain O. M. Holloway, Cincinnati,
Ohio; .1. J. Ralpe, Cincinnati, Ohio. For sale
in half banols nnd jugs by
UUS. HIMMONS, Proprietor,
m23d&wtf Aberdeen, Ohio.
G i W; GEISEL,
No. 0,W. Second St., Opp. Opera IIonHO,
Frult8nnd"Vegetablosln Boason. Your
respectfully solicited. jHdly
Docs not. claim to undersell every other merchant in the city,
but he does claim to give entire
S TISIF ACTIOU .
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
LOOE AT THE GOODS,
4 Ball Croquet, Set in
6 Ball Croquet, Set in
8 Ball Croquet, Set in
J3LMI3 mLTJGIrl. FIKER.
Good Cotton 300 Pound
Good Cotton 500 Pound
Mexican Grass 1,000 lb.
SEJNTD FOF6. PRICES.
FRANK R. FHXSTER,
THE BEST PLAGE
STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, TINWARE, ETC,
Blatterman & Power's.
Lntctt nrd most Jmpioved styjff ol Cookiiid nnd HentinK Ploves. mnde nt Wlioclinp. "W
Vh,. ot liot blust cliniVoiil not to have n.Mngle ounce 01 sciapin tliem. 'lliebo
stvfs of emirsp, wear tlm lonsfst.
HOUSi: frUlCNlNHIXO ;oJlS of nil ldnds ond tlioBest quality.
MONl'IOIt ll. 4MHilN 'lO'VK.s The only y sale oil stove In the world.
I.lTTI K .TOIii:it WASlflNCJ HI A 11I' C'lnnp and EllecMve. nest mnde.
nUKI.X F Till! T WATLR 1K A Wl.lt, which saves halt ol tho labor of
water troin a well or cistern.
K1K1.Y liltKAIilASTCOOlUSG TOVE, which is admitted by all who have used it
to hnve no superior. Call and bee it. Call and ce us whether you to buy or not.
Our Future Purpose!
is to tender the fnimer ndvautnpes hereretofo nnhenrd of in the business world by DISCONTINUING
AGENCIES AND COM MIS810NW AND SELLING DIRECT TO AGRICULTURISTS
at the lowest possible wholesale pi lets, ns the following schedule will lully indicate.
BUGGIES: Lorgo invoices just received. Superior to any ever
brought to the city which we cast on the market at $57.60 to $135.
PAKM WAGONS from $57.50 to $65.00.,
DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS, including extra tongues, $2.50 to $3.60.
CORN PLANTERS from 75 cents to $37.60.
TWO HORSE CULTIVATORS from $16,00 to $20.00.
CORN DRILLS, $14.00, heretofore $18.00.
CHAMPION REAPER and MOWERS,
Spring Tooth and Rantlall Harrows. Steel and Cast Plows. Sulky
and Revolving Hay Rakes. McColm's Soil Crusher. Springfield
Engines and Threshers. Driving Wagons. Village Phoetons
and Carriages all at correspondingly LOW PRICES.
All persons are invited to crill;rind see usliutour stock is lurge nnd mwt bo sold.
MYALL, HXLE1? c& PORTER,
apl5dly 2?o. 7
l "Sfefc . l3E
Goods nnd Work WARRANTED.
Number 43, Second Btreet, three doors below
Market street, Maysvllle, K y. npllOdly
Box $1 00
Box $1 25
Box $1 50
Hammock - $1 25
Hammock - $150
Hammock - $2 50
BLATTRMAH & POWER.
Sutton and. 18 Second Streets.
mm ii iiiiiiiiiii in
n.iw.c TnlLimmntlnn nf Kldnnvs. LiVOr and
m..J.l .1.... .lnnnutla AnH Dlnllot.Q
ir.miin riiciiaum nf thi' R.
tans : Torpid Live. Indigestion, &'
jourStomach, Gout. DropilcalWk
36 Dobos for Juruauoui.
Sl.00. miitiimntlfim oi
h T-. In to Vnmlt.
nm inflnmtnnllnn . ni
mib31 .;7T m
hnlTrolhrn. A SnMIUO IOI
Stono in tuo Bladder: Lucoo
-1.-..- nlanncna nt tlin PrnKlfttI
Gland, Bright'8 Disease ol tho Kidney
J.T.IiEE, Cinobmatl, O.