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Important Rnllronil Declnlon.
Indianapolis, Juno 0. Travelers aiul all
connected with railroads will bo iutorostcd
in the following decision af tlio Indiana
Supromo Court, in the caso of Charles S.
Graham against tlio T II. nnd I. Cuiumny,
for damage?. The Putnam Court found for
tho plaintiff, and an appoal was taken to
the Supremo Court, when tho judgment was
rovcrsod. Dolow is tho finding:
This was an action by tho appollco for
damages for personal injuries. The facts
were, in subst.nce, that tho appellee
Btartod to walk on the nppollant's railway
i hack from rcecastlo to Grceucastlo Junction;
that ho passed the depot at
Grooncastlo, and knew that it was
about time for tho train to go over tlio road
ovor which ho started to walk. Tho
was seen by the iiromau and engineer
leomo 800 feet inndvauco of tho traiu, and
'eupposcd that ho would leave tho track.
Tho appolleo did not, however, hoed tho
of tho traiu, and was struck and injured,
and for the purposes of this decision
it may bo said that there was evidence
tending to show that no signals of warning
were given boloro tlio appellee was
struck. His Honor reviews tho facts at
length, and as appellee went on tho track
without lo tking or listening for npproaching
trains and without exercising any caie
whatever for his safety, lie wus guilty oi
such negligence as precluded a recovery,
even though tho injury lmd'occmrcd at a
crossing whore tho nppclloo migh rightfully
be; that appellee was on the track as
a trespasser, and no kind of enro on his
part would havo rendered his presence
there lawful, and that in such caso the
company is not liable on tho ground of
negligonco in running and management ot
its trains ; that in n caso like this, whero
contributory negligonce may bo a dofenso,
such defense is not controlled by tho
of ncgligcnoo that may bo charged on
tho company, whether slight, ordinary
or gross. Negligence, whothcr
charged in one degree or another, is still
negligence; and when tho company is
charged with nothing but nogligence, contributory
negligence is a dotenso. The
terms " recklessly," with gross negligence,
and " wantonly " mean less than wilfulness,
and nothing moro than negligonco in
a caso of this character, and tho presumption
is that an able-bodied man, trespassing
on the company's track, will leave it boforo
coming in collision with a moving train.
On this presumption, thoso In chargo of the
train havo a right to act, at least until it is
apparent that on account of somo infirmity,
the tresspasser is" not ablo to look after his
A I Joy Kills His
Troy, N. Y., Juno 0. Mr. and Mrs. Martens,
of this city, went out to visit a friend,
leaving at homo their two sons, Herman,
aged fourteen years, and Theodore, aged
seven years. Soon after they had gone
Herman lit a cigarette and threw himself
on the sofa. While ho was smoking his
little brother took his father's levoyer
from a burean drawer nnd, approaching,
carelessly pointed it at Herman. The
weapon was discharged, making an ugly
holo in tho boy's neck, and the blood spurting
into Iheodore's face.
Herman ran into tho street and fell exhausted
on tho sidewalk. When medical
assistance arrived the wounded lad was
His suffering was terrible, and he prayed
to die. Little Theodore did not seem to
realizo the terrible tragedy, but kept saying:
"I didn't know it was loaded I
didn't mean to shoot my brother."
licing but seven years of age ho was not
arrested, and all believe his story, that he
did not think the pistol was loaded.
Innovation -by flic United Presbyterian.
PiTTsnuRO, Juno (3. Tho United Presbyterians,
in annual session, pronounced in
favor of tho introduction of instrumental
music to their services. The discussion of
tho subjict was a very boated one, and
after tho ote over forty clergymen signed
and presouted a formal protest. Among
those objecting to the organ as an adjunct
to religious exercises were a number of
the most eminent divines in tho denomination,
Nashville, June 6. A movement has
been inaugurated hero to have 'a grand
assemblage on the battle-ground of Shiloh
on the UOth of next May, to which all
prominent soldiers of both sides in tho late
war are to be invited.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Cincinnati. Juno 'C Flour. Market sternly,
with a lair local demand. Quotation as follow:
Winter patent, 80 16Q6 75; fnnov W 50io 'J5;
family, 35 l; extra, $t 25(34 76; low
urado, ti 75(g3 '25; spring patent, $4 75(767 5it.
bakers', 83 2JQ5 76. Kye flour quiet, at & 4034.
Rye wn slow and nominal tor spot nt 0.10.tJo
asked for No. 2 In elevator, with PAles nt quotation!.
Buyers, were generally unwilling to p.y
more than vtiyp for No. 2 on trnek. Wheat was
eaeier, regular No. 2 being quoted at 51 151 10,
with private. smlcs at the Inside rat. Longberry
wni quoted nt SI 171 18, but strictly eholco
would rendily hnvo bi ought tho outside rate,
wanted. Oat wero heavy, buyers taking hold
moro freely at tho lower rates. No. 2 mixed closed
nt 42c naked nnd No. white nt 45g45o. Corn ns
weak nnd dull at 43(350o for ear, the.outsido rata
asked for strictly choice; 63Jc54o for No. 2
mixed. Hurley was dull nnd eatty nt &)7o for
merchantable samples of spring nnd fall; COO bu.
extra No. 3 spring, spot, on track.
How Tork, June o. Flour Receipts, 13,.
coo brls; sales, 0,ooo brls; dull and declining.
Wheat Unsettled; GMia lower; fair businow.
mainly In options: No. 1 white, SI 15; No. 2 red,
june, ci :iyMi ssi; jiu.v,
August, ei 2i,(ai ky sen
i7n uutuuvu u 05"l &irj
SI 32Vf. Corn Jo lower and moderate
trade: Mixed western spot, 60(3UTe; future, C8
C7Jo. Oats !$ higher on options. Western,
4557o. lieef lAW nnd unchanged: new extra
mess, 813 00a 13 60. Pork Dull nnd weak: Spot
now mess, $19 76010 oo. Lard Unsettled and
lower: Steam rendered, ll.4c. i Nutter Dull
nnd depressed: Western, 10COc; Elgin cream
cry, 21o. Cheese Dull nnd weak nt 6llo.
Hugnr Firm and in fair demand. Cofl'eo
f J Ctilcnco, June 6 Hogs Steady with fair to
good light at 84 707 05; mixed packers, 637,
choice Heavy, 8707 23.
Cattle Market slow nnd nnchnngod: Exports,
8600 30; good to oholce shipping, 85 6300;
oommon to fair, 8500 00.
Sheep Market quiet but steady; all sold; ln
ferior to fair, 3l425j good, 85 20; choice, 80 30.
Now Tork. Jans 6. Cattle The supply reported
to-day Is Urge, with ISO car loads at Jersey
CitV and thoro l a dull. whaLt tAmUna In lh
trade nt lowr prices nnd the Indications aro that
, bad finish will U mad
EGNEW & ALLEN,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, COPPER,
TINWARE, HOLLOW, WOOD nnd STONEWARE.
West Come)' of Market and Third Streets, Mausville, Ky.
OMAHA,- ny Bird Cages,
LEADER jiwwaB1 Brass n,amos
SLATE and IRON
GRATES and MANTELS
ol all Kinds.
Stato & Monroe Sis. .Chicago
Will tf ml jirtM in viy vl Jrf n Ifctlr m
for lit, vl'O iic, III) hnfmmzt
of Initrmntnti, Sulti, Cip, IWiU,
I'ompom, Kpaoleu, -, 0S ii
Stamlt. Dmn Mlnr'i SUIT. Anl
null, Rnnilry iwiii unitm, rtminng
JMi MtrKf. liolnclutMln,tru tlon vil fx
mr ATnMviir i;iqui. una a taiiuucbe
cf Choice Uiuil Mui'.c
Number 43, Second street, three doors below
Market street, MiiydVlUe, Ky. npllildly
MOODY'SI Fr TcncliInB all
Z - i rl Branctiei o( Dress
School Cutting, and every garment
Boarding worn by lady orohlfd; also.
DRAPING, and all tho FINISHING PA11TS of
Position Quaranteod if Desired.
D. W. MOODY Is CO.
living ont of the city
31 West Ninth St.
while learning. CINCINNATI, OHIO.
For power.purlty of tone.bvllllnncy of toucli
beauty of llnli and durnblllty It linn no
equnl.The most eminent plnnlsts pronounce It
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
L. F. METZGER.
MANAGER, Brnncb office, Mnysville, Kj
:Alsot The Matchless:
A full supply ol plnnospmloigiiUKcoi
on hnml. Correspondents promptly
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of tho Kidneys.
been used with most gratifying
HA8 In mnny obstinate cases. Prof. P.
W. Clark, prolosssor of CtiemMry nt the University
ot Clnclnnntl says this water "belongs
to the same class with that of tbo Alleghany
Springs, ot Virginia," the medicinal virtues
of which are too well ktiown to be stated here.
Thoso who desire to try this famous water
are referred to Captain C. W. Boyd, Lovanna
Ohio; Captain C. M. Holloway, Cinclunntl,
Ohio; J. J. Rnlpe, Clnclnuutl, Ohio. For sale
in half barrels nnd jugs by
UUS. SIMMONS, Proprietor.
Before INSURING YOUR LIFE
Sayings Fund Plan
ife Assurance Society.
Instead of Investing In stocks, bonds or oth
er securities or depositing iu Savings Hanks,
EXAMINE THIS PLAN
of insurance, which not only yields n return
as nn investment, but gives Imraedlnto Indemnity
lii caso of death.
JOS. F. BZIODB.ICZ:.
Becond:street, MAYBVILLE, KY.
Willo y Ware.
11 nr of
oi all kinds
A Speoitkw 'or all lUsonscs of tlio
KIDNEYS. ? LIVER.
BLADDER. J SSS
Pilla, 36 Xloses. 21.00
J.T.LEE, Lebanon like. Cincinnati, O.
Sent by mall postpaid on receipt ot price.
J. C. Fecor & Co.
IMIXTS.OII.M, VAItMKII.iiiMl READY
A N l)
No other complaints are so Insldions in their at
tack as thoso affecting tho throat and lungs : nono
bo trilled with by tho majority of sufferers. Tho
ordinary cough or cold, resulting perhaps from a
trilling or unconscious exposure, Is often hut tho
beginning of a fatal sickness. Ayeii's J3iiEiuiy
Pkctoual lias well proven its efficacy In a forty
years fight with throat and lung diseases, and
should be taken in all cases without delay.
A Terrible Cough Cured.
" In 1857 1 took a severo cold, which affected my
lungs. I had a terrible cough, and passed night
after night without sleep. The doctors gave mo
Up. I tried AYEII'S ClIUKYlEC10RAL, which
rolieved my lungs, Induced sleep, nnd afforded mo
tho rest necessary for tho recovery of my strongth.
By tho continued uso of tho 1'ECTOnAL a permanent
euro was effected. 1 am now C2 years old,
halo nnd hearty, and am satisfied your Ciieuky
PEcroiiALsaved mo. Hokaoe KAiimnoTUEit."
Itocklngham, Vt., July 15, 1682.
Croup. A Mother's Tribute.
"While in tho country last whiter my llttlo
boy, three years old, was taken HI with croup; It
seemed as If ho would dlo from strangulation.
Ono of tho family suggested tho use oi Ayeii's
CiiEiuiW'ECTOitAL, a bottle of which was always
kept in tho house. This was tried In small
and frenuont doses, and to ourdollght In less than
half an hour the llttlo patient was breathing easily.
The doctor said that tho CiiKiiUY 1'ectoiiai
had saved my darling's life. Can you wonder nt
our gratitude? Sincerely yours,
150 West 128th St., Now York, Jlay 10, 1882.
" I have used Ayeu'b Ciieiuiy Pectoivl in my
family for several years, and do not hesitate to
pronounce It tho most effectual remedy for coughs
nnd colds wo havo over tried. A. J. Ciiax k."
Lake Crystal, Minn., March 13, 1882.
" I suffered for eight years from Bronchitis, and
after trying many remedies with no success, I was
cured by the uso of Ayeii's Ciiekhy I'ectoha.
Byhalla, Miss., April 5, 1682.
"I cannot say enough in pralso of Ayeii's
Oiieuky Pectohal, believing as I do that but
for its use I should long slnco havo died from
lung troubles. E. Bhaodoh."
Palestino, Texas, April 22, 1882.
No caso of an affection of tho throat or lnngs
exists which cannot bo greatly rolieved by tho use
of AYEn'sCiiEHUYPECTOUAl., and it will astray i
cure when tho disease is not already boyond the
control of medicine.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists,
Application fcr Incorporation.
NOTICE is hereby clven thai, application
has been made to the .Mnwm County
Court for the incorporation ot the Mnysvllle
Klectrio Light Company, In pursuance of
chapter 66. ol tlio Genera) Statutes ot
aiul by that nniiio to have perpetual
succession, nnd power to sue and be sued, Ac.
Tlio amount of capital Mock to be $32,000, emdi
sharo of which is to be ot the value of $50,
Thepilncipal place of business ot the said
corporation is lo ho the city or Maybvllle.
The object of the said Company lstoiurnlsh
liht, generated by electricity to Individuals
and corporations within Iheelty ot Mnysvllle,
and ndjncent thereto, nnd to tho said city for
public purposes bycontiact with tho feume,
and also lor the purposed supplying mntlvo
power, generated by steam ot electricity,
within the bnld territory. The privnto property
of tho Individual stockholders in tho
said Company Is. to ho exempt from all liability
for tho debts ot tho said Company. Tho
business of said Company is to be miinnged
by n board of beven directors, to be elaoted by
the stockholders nnnunlly, and tho 11 est
board of directors to be elected when tho sum
of not less than 810,000 shall have been subscribed
to tho capital stock of said Company.
Tho board of dliectors from their own number
shall elect n President. Vko President,
(Secretary nnd Treasmer,nnd may elect other
ofllcers as may be necessary. The company
may Issue its bonds tor nn ninonnt not exceeding
the maximum indebtedness which
shall bo fixed nt 80,000 with Interest coupons
thereto attached bearing Interest ata rate not
to exceed six per cent, per annum, which Interest
shull become due and payable semiannually
and to secure said bonds and interest
the company may execute a mortgage
upon Its property of evory kind. Tho said
corporation may commence on tho 7tU day
of May, 18S3, and continue perpetually. Tho
following named persons aro tho corporators :
"V. H. wndsworth, Ohns. U. Pearco, V. II.
McQranaghan.lI.C. Karkley A. R. Glascock,
O. Shultz Loach, D. Ileohlngor, G. W. Bulser.
Mnysvllle, Ky., May 6, 1883, m8d&wlm
FOR THIRTY DAYS
We shall offer the erontent IIAKO.iINS ever tendered to n people, in
CO iiiu lunuiviiiy
AMI SKK, Mi:
COXVIXCKI nnl SAVE
MYALL, RILEY & PORTER,
i Numbers. MAXSVILLiE, 7, SECOND and
Does not claim to undersell every other merchant in the city,
I out ne cioes claim to give entire
I 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
6 Ball Croquet, Set in
8 Ball Croquet, Set in
Good Cotton 300 Pound
Good Cotton 500 Pound
Mexican Grass 1,000 lb.
SEND FOR. FMCES.
FRANK R. PHISTER,
THE BEST PLACE
STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, TINWARE, ETC,
Latest nnd most Improved styles ol Cools Inn nnd Hentlnc Ploves. made nt "Wheellnp, "V
Vaof hot blast charcoal iron, warranted not to huvo a ilngle ounce ot scrap In them. These
Stoves, of course, wear the longest.
1IOVNK FURNISHING MH8 of all kinds nnd the Best quality.
MONITOR OIL COOKING only absolutely safe oil stovo In the world.
1.ITTI.E JOKER WASHING Cheap nnd Effective. Best mnde.
O.UEKN OF THE WEST WATER DRAWER, which saves half of the labor of drawing
wnter from a well or cistern.
EARLY MREAKFAST COOKING STOVE, which Is admitted by all who hnvo used It
to have no superior. Call nnd tee It. Call and see us whether you wish to buy or not.
nV13.Uy BLATTERMAN & POWER.
iiuu oi guuus;
18 SUTTON STREETS,
Box $1 00
Box $1 25
Box $1 50
Hammock - 1100
Hammock - SI 25
NEW GOODS, f
BIERBOWER & CO.,
(Successors to A.' J. EGNEW & CO.,) G. W. Tudor's old stand, No.'SO Market street, Mnysvllle,
Kentucky, announce to tho public that having purchased the Interest ot A. J. Egnew & Co.,
will conduct the Stove nnd lln business nt the old fcTAKn of G. W.. Tudor on Market btreet,
Mnysvllle, Ky. Tho new firm is composed of practical men of long experience nnd first-class
workmen. Tho best brands of
will bo constantly kept on hand at tho LOWEST FIUCES. Hoofing nnd other llko work
done in the best manner nnd guaranteed to give satisfaction. Attentive nnd polite salesmen
at our storo will give closest attention to the wants of our customers.
wsrAll debts owing by tho late firm of A. J. Egnew & Co., will be paid by us and all claims
duo said Arm aro payable to us by the terms of tho purchase. Yours Respectfully,
BIERBOWER 3fc CO..
TATUI7 DIIDI 1 I cordially recommend the above named firm, and
I W I lib rUDJUl Wwould bo pleased to havo my old customers and
frJends favor them with their patronage. Respectfully, (rnchSOd&wOra) G. W. TUDOR, ..