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A FURIOUS ELEPHANT
AUncUH mid Almost KIIIn n Hoy.
Boito.v, Juno 1. Patrick Comer, a
lnd from Pcabotly, was terribly
torn by a mail qlcpliant bc'onlnp: to
Forepnugli's show during tlio rlny 'f the
s'inw in this city. T.io bov wns'lmrd at
work at tbo tents on tbo Colisotiin grounds,
glad of a clianco tp cam a ticket to the
a tcrnonn sliow; and wascaTyint; an armful
of hay into the elephants' quarter,
when nno of the brutes suddenly snatched
hiih from fie ur find, and for a monifin
..Bw.'ing him. scrcami'i?, in tin nlr.
Tho trunk of the
1 onHt was twined about tho hoy's
wiiwt. a d with n fi'ial twirl the
lnii was hurlel i ti c ground. The elephant
then n'tp'uptcd to gum and trample
i u him. Jtc.'urj the MttPiidants could
i- jvriit it, with a s;io.o of ono'tusk
t us animal tore o'len tho boy's bod 3'.
As tl'e bri'.te was about to finish the work
1 fv Mtvp; tag upon ltis victim, tho blows
n'" piles', hooks club distracted liis
ionjr to all iw the attend-......4
.o pull the miuoiibuiotu boy bcyonJ
cbpiinnt is approaching the dang"-
1 .; , d t.caolierniw old ago which rendfro
the e.o.iiioii of Hit turn's 1'
, I'd. .j wn no provocation h,' t't
.' " t' be'.nx -
'. e cluplitint simply -il
' no of tho tits of rajre to whi.'li t .
AnoiJiT Vnt Ti'tiiii.
Cinciv.vmx June 1. Mr. C. K. Lord, ol
Hi '.a:i aoia .": ' .1! Kail nd is heie mu'
ina inra..J;ttmr'!s f r hini'ed ti. 111
Bnlce hot- oen St. J.ouis and ?ov York.
A cn'vnei lm eon with the Ohio
& YW.is i; M !'nlvnv fr a fast express
train of -ii',n ''tpi..fc. pir'or and a
car. oi" t!.e "l.!o vv ippi,
vinciunn'i. Li.ltimore . Waiiiuton an!
JJiiitlntqiu ft O'iJo .hitic .'.. Tnc
tiuhi leivoa S-. I.ott's at . in. daily,
iii Nov Vo k the :cxt day at' HI p.
m. finlntr vc?f u'U Icavo Now York in
the Malti novo : Ohi i.t 7 p. m. and arrive
in St. Louis at 7:' 0 n. m. the second
Th' gives the Ohio & Mississippi a
double t.il hue of through sleeping cars
luiU.uull Ft.'l.OU'f I"'1 Vpv'V !,
Tho Tramp Scourge.
New Have, Conn., Juno 1. Tramps
from New York and Boston are swarming
in the country towns of Connecticut, and a
number of outrages have been reported.
Thrco children, who wero alone in tho
houso of tholr fathor, Xeppold "Wolf, of.
Morcstown, north of Meriden, on Sunday
evening, gavo food to two beggars. "Tho
men demanded money and ransacked the
bouse. Tho eldest child, a boy sixteen
years old, got a pistol and drovo tho robbers
out of doors. An hour later the houso
was on fire, and was burned to tho ground.
Before tho firo broke out young George, who
bad driven tho tramps out of the house, had
put tho other children to bed. They were
rescued, and Gcorgo saved $700 in money
that his father had laid by in tho houso. A
number of men are on tho track of tho
tramps, and expect to capture them.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
CtiiniKo, Juno 1. The mnrkets on Ylmnge
were wthi', but wheat irregular. Opening piicci
wore on u basis of SI 15 .luly and SI 17JJ fciitem
ber. The decline brought out 11 good doiuund to
cover shorts; there mus also a liberal buying by
local opointors for a wnlp on an upward turn,
and under nil active bidding prices mmiu advanced
fcogl ltiUJuly, St 1h' September, but tho
iiliecki'il tlie demand, tho pruos leeeded tc
$1 lOjj .Itilv, 31 tind during most
of tlitj session tho tone of tho market mm tiuin,
and, attcr trequent Mucttiiition, closed at SI 15)4
and SI lTJj respectively. Corn wns tlrtn mul
moderately uetixe; the weather was tn'iter; tlie
inspection" iiuuregated 71 cars, of which flio wor
contract jjr.idc; it um also stated t hut only a p.,rl
of tlKMurnuli were Inspected. lint theiuwas 1
pood and sblnpin demand, the shorn
vvcro cuieiiiig lrcely, ond Hi ilera spirited bidding
prices advanced Qiyu', opening sales wer on 11
basis of fMho June, and 57''o July, sold up to
Mic June, ttii'to July, and closed ot tisohc fot
former, and 67 $0 for tin bitter. HatHeioautio.
the receijiis weieemial to yJ5 car", but the bull
cnmbiii'itinn made a strong otlort to sustain
prices, mill miller their manipulation prices advanced
lu, and closed 'JsMj'uU under the highest
prices. Most iiork fell tJJc, advanced 'MQ'i'; ond
closed at KUfci'Mj under tho lngliot pi ices.
I!irilas iiilei an I without special ehaiie. short
rib Bides active and weak, tit a shade loucr prices.
C'liiciiKO, Juno 1. Cattle Choice to fancy
steers, weij.'tiing l,r50 lbs and upward, Sti 'Jo
0 35; extra do, averaging 1,300 to l.V.o lb! $: USfrj
C 15; good shipping steers, Si 75A6 Wlj fait
medium steorn, S5 4o6 00; natho feeding steers,
M60(36.16;do Mockers, 33 250150; good tc
cholcocoMs, SI 76Q3 iWi; common to fair do, S3 12C
(4 50; inferior mixed stock, $3(3:4 50; eomuion to
tat oxen, SI 7.'f 50: bulls and stags, S3 M&S 25:
Texas grass steers at 545 25.
Hog -Sales of fair to smooth light, 86 05(iJ7 10
for bacon grades, SO 707 05 fur fair to choice
mixed weights of heavy und light, andS7 10Q7 31
for cholco to fancy heavy, thinlight.SU voQii 45.
Sheep -Ready. Shorn at $.J5 50 for common
tochoico fleece, St for common to fair, 80(jjQ 50 fot
choice to fancy, chiclly, at $4 75&t per loo lbs tot
Cincinnati. Juno 1. Hoga quiet; receipts,
1,609 head; shipments, 1,277, range of prices, 4t)3
7 30; tmrkers, S07. Whisky: knlet. ut 81 13
per gallon. Cotton Arm at 10e for middling,
Provision market easy; mess jiork Is steady at
S202U 2S; kettle lard, U.6011.76c; p. a. lurd,
11.60U.75o asked; cloar rib sides, 10,iMs$10.lOc,
loosej.cleur bulk, lo.oorlo,05c; fuicon: shoulders,
8.408.6Oc; clear bacon, ll.40fitll.50c; packed lots,
25c additional; sugar-cured Tmms easy at 13,
13Jc; sugar-cured shoulders, 12c, nnd breakfast
bacon 10c. Gialn market: Corn, mixed ear spot,
on track, 61c; yellow, spot, track, 5.'lc; No. a, npot,
elevator, 65o. Flour: family, 85 30. Oats: Ko. 3,
white, spot, frack, 44c; rejected, mixed, spot,
Clnclnnntl, Juno 1. Thcro were only Ut
hhds ollered at auction this morning, which is
the smallest sale offered this year.
The market opened Arm and steady this morn
ing, with moro animation than at yesterday's
All good, medium to good and fine leaf were
in active request and sold at tolerably good prices.
Tho common and inforlor grades remain ulmost
unchanged from previous reports, except there
was a shade higher pricos on those. lm ing fair
color and character.
The following were the prices ot tho first sale: SI,
4 25, 7 76, 10 75, 10 60, 4 CO, 23 75, 0 45, 10 25,
7 05, 7 50, 4 bO, 10 75.
Cincinnati, June 1. Cattle Common to
fair shippers, 84 75y5 60; good to choice, J5 05y
0 25; good to choice butcher's, 5(38, and some
few extra at SO 1600 25; fair to medium, U 76
4 75; common, 82 253 60; good to choice cows,
85(55 60; good to cholco heifers, 85 28(56 TSj
common to fair oxen, 83ffl4; good to onoloe,
84 60Q5 75; stockors nnd feeders, 81 25 5 26,
and somo heavy grades at 83 604 75, and soma
ugni yearungs anu cnives, 94 vomi
llogs Select butchers' and icavy shippers',
877 35; fair to good packing, 86 70(!17; lair to
good light, 87 65(7 03; common, 806 05; culls,
4 T55 Oil: stook hocra. S3 60tfQ 65.
Sheen Common to fair sheen at 3 RQfitl "f,i
good to choloo,$4 60(5, and soino extra at5 25;
1 Sl2!k wethers. 83 T6ai 76; etook yeivs, $3 25a
1 to fair at f9t 78; good to
choice, 8J7 25, and some extra at 88 8 251
culls, 81 76i95 T.
EGNEW & ALLEN,
Manufacturers and Denlers In
STOVES, grates, mantels, copper,
TINWARE, HOLLOW. WOOD and STONEWARE.
West Corner of Market and Third Streets, May sv tile, Ky.
OMAHA, Bird Cages,
SLATE and IRON
GRATES and MANTELS
ol all Kfnds. isX
Stato & Monroo Sts., Chicago. as
Will tend rrf mlil lo nnv .iililrnt llielr a
BAND CATALOCUE, V
1 lor isfij. liiu ! iiv crtra.ii t "rj .y
cr Imltuintnu, nui, i.p, iwiu,
'Pnmrtnni. rjraullk CTI.&mrAl
lin.tt. nrtim AU1ori SttfT. il
ll.i.. Sun.lrv llin. I Onthlk RemMnu
Mttrrlif nl.o Incla ten Inilructlon u t t ! lui
ror Atmienr i luut, aaj
Number 43, Second street, three doors below
Market btrcet, Maysvllle, Ky. nplllldly
MAnnVQi For TcncMtnr alt
Mhi School ISSiS
DRAPINQ, and aU tho FINISHING TAUTS of
FoBition Guaranteed if Desired.
living out of the city
JJOABDEDFREE 31 West Ninth St.
wlille learnlDg. I CINCINNATI, OHIO.
For power.pnrlty oftouo.brllllnncy of touch
beauty ot nnlsli nnd durnblllty It hnn no
equal.The most eminent pluulsts pronounce It
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
L F. METZGER.
MANAGER, Branch office, Mnybvllle, Kj
:A1bo, Tho Matchless:
A lull snpplyol plnnosDintorgunscoi
ou bund. CorrefcpoudeutB promptly
Piiynunth fciisy. KtpibiiAvvJy.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of tho Kidneys.
been used with most gratifying hue-cess
HA8 In many obstinate cases. Prof. F.
W. Clark, professor of ChemNtry at tho University
ol Clnclnnntl say s this water belongs
to the same class with that of the Alleghany
Springs, ot Virginia," tho medicinal virtues
ot which are too well known to bo stated here.
Those who deslie to try this famous water
nre referred to Captain 0. V. Boyd, Levnnnn
Ohio; Captain C. M. Hollowny, Cincinnati,
Ohio; J. J. Raipe, Cincinnati, Ohio. For sale
in half barrels nnd nigs by
UTJS. B1MMONS, Proprietor,
m23d&wtf Aberdeen, Ohio.
Before INSURING YOUR LIFE
Savings Fund Plan
I jfe Assurance Society.
Instead of Investing In stocks, bonds or oth
or securities or depositing In Savings Ranks,
EXAMINE THIS PLAN
of Insurance, which not only yields a return
ns nn investment, but gives Immediate Indemnity
in cabo of death.
JOS. . BRODUXCK,
Second;8treot, MAYSVILLE, KY.
1X of nil kinds.
A Speoiiit. .or all Binoaoos of tlio
Pills, 3G i)osoB, Sl.OO
J. T. LEE, Lebanon like. Cincinnati, O.
Sent by mall postpaid on receipt of priic.
J. C. Fecor & Co.
PAIr.S,01I.S, VAUXI.SU. mul KEAIIY
Building P per,
No other complaints are so Insidious In their attack
as those nirectlng tho throat and lungs : nono
bo trifled with by tho majority 0 sutrerers. Tho
ordinary cough or cold, resulting perhaps from a
trilling or unconscious exposure, is often but tho
beginning of n fatal sickness. AYEli'8 CiiKititY
I'ectoual has well proven its efficacy In a forty
years' light with throat nnd lung diseases, and
should bo taken In all cases without delay.
A Terrible Cough Cured. '
" In 1857 1 took a severe cold, which affected my
lungs. I had a terrible cough, nnd passed night
nttcr night without sleep. The doctors gave mo
up. I tried Aykh'8 Ciiuitnv Pkctoiial, which
relieved my lungs, Induced sleep, and afforded mo
the rest necessary for tho recovery of my strength.
I3y tho continued use of tho I'ecto nAL a permanent
cure was effected. I am now CU yenrs old,
halo and hearty, and nm satisfied your CiiKititY
I'EcroKAL saved mo. Horace FAiitmioruEK."
Kocklnghnui, Vt., July 15, 1882.
Croup. A Mother's Tribute.
"Wlillo in tho country last winter my llttlo
boy, thrco years old, was taken ill with croup; It
seemed ns if he would die from Btrnngulation.
One of tho family suggested tho use of Aykk's
CiiEiniY I'ectokal, a bottle of which was always
kept In the houso. This was tried In small
and frequent doses, nnd to our delight In less than
half an hour tho little patient was breathing easily.
Tlie doctor said that tho Ciiehkv I'kctural
had saved my darling's life. Can you wouder nt
our gratitude ? Sincerely yours,
159 "West 128th St., New York, May 10, 1862.
" I have used Ayek's CiiEnny Tectora h In my
family for several years, and do not hesitate to
pronouueo It tho most effectual remedy for coughs
nnd colds have over tried. A. J. Ciiake."
Lako Crystal, Minn., March 13, 1882.
"I suffered for eight years from Bronchitis, and
after trying ninny remedies with no success, I was
cured by tho use of Ayeii's Cherry Pectoral
Byhalia, Miss., April 6, 1682.
"I cannot say enough in praise of Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral, believing as I do that but
for its use I should long slnco have- died from
lung troubles. E. Braojjon."
Palestine, Texas, April 22, 1882.
Ko case of an affection of tho throat or lungs
exists which cannot bo greatly relieved by the uso
of Ayer's Cuerry Pectoral, and It will always
cure when the disease la not already beyond tho
control of medicine.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
Application for Incorporation.
NOTICE Is hereby that application
lius bemi imuie to tbo Vinson fount y
Court for the Incorporation or the Maysvillo
Klectrie Light Company, In pursuance of
chapter 0, ol tho General Statutes ot Kentucky
nnilby that name to have p(rpntual
succession, and power to sue ami bo sueil, Ac.
The amount of capital Rtock to bo fttt.OOU, each
share ot Which Is to be ot tho value of $50,
Tho principal place of bUMlness ol the mild
corporation Is to be tho city or Maysvillo.
Tho object of tho said Company Is to luruUh
llht, generated by electricity to Individuals
and corporations within I ho city ol Maysvillo,
nnd adjacent thereto, and to the said city for
publlo purposes bycontiact with tho same,
nnd also lor the purpose of supplying motive
power, generated by steam or electricity,
within tho said territory. Tbo private property
of the Individual stockholders In tho
said Company is to be exempt from all liability
lor tbo debts ot tho Mild Company. The
business or said Company Is to be managed
by a board of soven directors, to bo elected by
tbo stockholders annually, ami tho first
board of directors to ho elected when tliosum
of not less than S 10,000 shall have been subscribed
to tbo capital stock of said Company.
Tho board of directors from their own number
Khali elect a President. Vlco President,
Secretary and Treasurer, and may elect other
officers as may bo necessary. Tho company
may lssuo Uh bonds lor an amount not exceeding
tho maximum indebtedness which
shall be Axed nt 80,000, with Interest coupons
thereto attached bearing lntorest at a rate not
to exceed six per cont. per annum, which Interest
shall becomo duo nnd payable
nnd to fiecn.ro said bonds and Interest
tho company may oxecnto a mortgage
upon Its property of every kind. Tho bald
corporation may commenco on tho 7th day
of Mny, 1883, nnu continue porpotually. Tho
following named persons aro tho corporators:
W. H. Wadsworth, Ohas. B. Peareo.W. H.
McGranaglian.II.U. Harkley A. It. Glascock,
O. Blmltz Xench, D. Hechlngor. G. V. Bulsor,
Maysvillo, Ky., May 5, 1883, in8d&wlm
. FOR THIRTY DAYS
Wo shall offer the greatest UAltGAlXS ever tendered to n people, In
W me loiiowing
tc CHAMPION REAPERS
AND ShK, HE
CONVINCED niul SAVE MONEY.tfn
MYALL, RILEY & PORTER,
Numbers. 7, SECOND and 18 SUTTON STREETS,
Does 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 vvell as at any other place. Notice these
prices and' then call and
LOOK At THIS GOODS.
4 Ball Croquet, Set in
6 Ball Croquet, Set in
8 Ball Croquet, Set in
AND MUCH FINER.
Good Cotton 300 Pound Hammock - - $1 00
Good Cotton 500 Pound Hammock - - SI 25
Mexican Grass 1,000 lb. Hammock - - $2 50
SEND FOR PRICES.
THE BEST PLAGE!
NEW FIRM. I
STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, TINWARE, ETC,
Blatterman & Power's.
Latest and most Improved styles ol Cooking and Heating Stoves, made nt Wheeling, V
Vn,.of hot blnstcharcoallron.warrautednotto haven .single ouncooi scrap In them. Tbeso
Btoves. of course, wear tho longest.
1IOVNK FURNISHING UUODN of all kinds nnd tho Best quality.
MONITOR Olli COOKING M'OYKH Tho only absolutely safe oil stovo In the world,
I.ITTI.E JOKER WASHING Cheap nnd Effective. Best made.
Q.VEEN OF THE WEST WATER DRAWER, which saves half of tho labor of drawing
writer from n well or cistern.
EAREY RREAKFAST COOKING STOVE, which Is admitted by nil who have used It
to have no superior. Cnll and eeo It. Call and see us whether you wish to buy or not.
pll3(lly BLATTERMAN & POWER.
BIERBOWER & CO.,
(Successors to A.M. EGNEW & CO.,) G.W.Tndor's old stand, No80 Market street, Mnyhvillo,
Kentucky, mmounco to the public that having purchased tho inteiest ol A. J. Egnew & Co.,
wllhconduct tho Stove and Tin business nt tho old btakdo! G. W.Tudor on Miuket street,
Muysvlllo, Ky. Tho now firm Is composed of practical men of long experience and
workmen. Tho.best brands of
STOVES and TINWARE
will be constantly kept on hand nttho LOWEET PRICES. Hoofing nml other like work
dono in tho best manner nnd gunranteed to give satisfaction. Attentive nnd pollto salesmen
nt our storo will give closest nttention to tho Wants of our customers. , .
KB-AU debts awing by tho Into Arm of A. J, Egnew & Co., will bo paid by us and nil claims
due said firm aro payublo to us by the terms of tho purchase. Yours Respectfully,
T" "TLIEPDIIDl 1
I U irlH rUDklv
friends favor them with their patronage.
nno 01 goous:
1 S B
Box $1 OO
Box $1 25
Box $1 50
NEW GOODS, f
I cordially recommend the above named firm, nnd
would bo pleased to have my old customers nnd
Itespectfullyi (mchBOdAwCm) G. W. TUBOK,