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' il tital of kukluxlim in Georgia ik
Tni telegraphers strike presents no now
Lixcolx Nebraska was visited by a
Fresiiits in the Allegheny river swept
way 876,000 feet of lumber.
Eight hundred and eighty-eight Danish
omigrantB arrived iu Now York in one day.
Another Now Haven mystery is tho
death of Mrs. Mary Ann Keeshaw, who it
is alleged was poisoned.
The special train carrying tho President
n hm recent Eastern trip made a mile in
Another salt vein has been struck at
Genejee, N. Y., at a depth of 990 lect. Tho
crystal is the purest yet discovered.
James Andkhson, aged fourtoon, of
Arcolu, Ind., blew in the muzzle of his
father's gun to see if it was loaded.
Harry Bascomh, the comedian who lost
both legs by frost-bite while drunk, has
been sunt to a near Denton.
Over ono thousand Chinamen have
already been killed on the Northern Pacific
lUilroad, and tho good work still goes on.
Storms in Connecticut severo at Norwich
and Brldgopoi t. Tiatna wero thrown trom
the truck und several persons killed and
Baldwin, the diamond thief,hns been arrested
in Newport, It. I., for stoaling $1,200
in diamonds and $500 in money, from Mr.
and Mrs. Young, at tho Ocean House.
Samuel J. Howarh, one of the most
prominent colored men of the East, died
at his home in New York. He was worth
The Iron Mountain Railroad aro raising
their own ties, and have twenty-live acres
of finely-growing ca.talpa trees ou tho lino
of their road,ner Heuson Station, Mo.
Tin wifo of tho late General Ord has
telographed to have her husband u remains
brought home. The requeBt will not bo
granted, as the deceased died of yellow
Fkakcisco Barca, Spanish Minister to
the United States, committed suicide by
shooting at the Albcrmarlo Hotel, N. Y,
Financial difficulties and Wall street speculations
caused the act.
.John Thomas, aged thirteen, of
Pa., was killed by the cars. His
mother was so aflected by tho shock that a
babe she was nursing died in her arms of
Among those killed in tho Homo, Water-town
& Ogdeusburg railroad accidont was
Thomas A. lloyne, an ex-Mayor of Chicago.
He was very wealthy and ono of
tho oldest residents of Chicago.
I.v excavating for the water-main on
Ninth street, in Lynchburg, Miss., between
Main and Church, tho stump of the Cluy
and Frclinghuj'sen polo of the memorable
1844 campaign was dug up in a well-preserved
FoREPAiicn, the shoum, was arrested
in Saratoga, N. Y recentjy on complaint
of the Humane Society, tor having in his
employ Eddio Selborn, aged twolve, n
trapeze performer. Forepaugh claimed
the boy is sixteeu years old.
Rhodes and Bradley, two of he heaviest
iron mcrchauts of Chicago, havo obtained
a judgement lor $82,422 in a suit growing
out ot a contract with the Cleveland Rolling
Mill Company, in which the latter
Joseph II. Wilkinb for four years agent
at Buffalo, N. Y., for the New York Ccnttul
and Canada Southorn is charged with being
from $5,000 to 0,000 short in his account-T.
He suddenly lett tho city and his whereabouts
aro not known.
Mrs. Nellie Mix, formerly of Cleveland,
Ohio, was found dead in her bed at
her boarding house in New York. Sho was
addicted to tho oxcessive use of chloral
and liquors. Her brother, Frank Holding,
killed himself iu tho Prospect House, in
Cleveland, in 1872.
The Insano Asylum of Cook county
Illinois is alleged to bo under bad management.
Tho details of the chaise includo
ill treatmont of patients, A'glig;uco in
case of the dead, bad sanitary condition of
the Asylum and so on. All of these is
stoutly denied by the authorities interested.
John L. WtusTER, of Lempstor, secured
$1,500 of Insurance money on his house belonging
to his wifo and absconded, but
was approhended in Concord, N. II. The
money was secured on a trustee writ, and
he was taken back to his home on tho afternoon
The beautiful young wife of a well-to-do
Chicago rostaut ant keeper became infatuated
with a burly negro, She indiced her
husband, to go oil on a vacation, and, while
he was gone, spent $1,800 of his money
and ran away with the negro. Both havo
The negro servants of GenM Robert
Toombs' are of the stock that has been iu
the family over ono hundred and fifty
years. "Billy," who is 84 years old and
was with him iu tho Indian wars ami
cooked for bin, during the Into war refuses
to voto, has never accepted his freodom and
says that ho belongs to "old master."
James Marriott, wlvo in arrest and
in New Y'ork on the charge of stealing
a largo amount of diamonds from
Traz H. Kianior, had a severo tlmo of it,
has been dihoharged from custody by
Justice Donohuo on tho ground that the
affidavits did not contain sutHclent facts to
At n barbecuo given at Satarria by the
citizens of n700 county, Miss., a Mr. Warrington
objected to tho way his son was
cutting up a sheep. This enraged tho son,
and ho attacked his father with tho knife,
cutting his body almost in two. Tho elder
Warrington died in a few minutes. Tho
Mrs. Seaqer, of Cloveland, In attempting
to crawl undor & train of care, caught
her foot in somo plankings and had to lie
helpless until tho train startod and ran
ovr her. Her leg was complotoly sovered
near tho hip and dropped through a hole in
the dock into tho river, whero it was recovered.
Mrs. Soager lived to reach her
home. ' "
I i ;?- !
Cabinet, Ebony and Colored Satin, Painted
Mat $1 OO
Cabinet, Ebony and Colored Plush, Paint-
edMat :..... ... 1 50
Cabinet, all Gold, two Colors 1 00
Scarlet Plush, Silk Embroidered.. 1 00
" Peacock Blue, Silk Embroidered. 1 00
Scarlet Plush,Sanded Gold Bands 1 00
u Satin Puffed Corner 1 00
' " " 125
" Embossed Flower, Velvet 4 col... 125
" " Velvet Com'n. 1 50
llich Plush, Sanded Gold Bands.... 1 50
" " " " " Bars 1 50
" Combination Plush and Gold . 1 50
" Satin and Velvet, eight styles 50
" Ebony and Colored Satin 75
Photo, Velvet Frame, Metalic Rim 15
" Plush Embossed Metalic Rim 35
jt!6rlo not fuil to cull and look at thenc Frame.- Any
of the above sent by niall anywhere on receipt of price
and postage. These goods have Just been received and
will be .sold in the next- few days, Send all orders and
FRANK R. PHISTER,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
Tho practlc.il advantages of tills school are
unsurpassed. Clinics hold at City Hospital,
Matert id nnd Maryland Women's Hospital,
all of which belong to this school.
and Chemical Laboratory work
ovtrv student. Applv for n catalogue
to IHt. THOMAS oi'IE, Donn,
30, N Carey btrtet.
rniii: uxivi:u.it" or miim.ski ii,
'lultlon free to everv body but LawStudenK
This Institution will open IU next cession
U7lli September, lSSS. '
The couie Is complete , the faculty Is largo
nhlf nnil elllr lent. '
Tho tonus are very modcrnto.
Tho whole institution is open to both sexes.
For eatnlouues nnd Information npply to
Gen. A. P. Stkwakt, Chancellor.
Jllldwlm H. M. SULLIVAN, Secretary.
opens its Forty.flfth annual Session Sept, 3,
188:i. Peisons having daughters to educate
will do well to examine Its catalogue before
selecting a school.
HEALTHFUL; TERMS MODERATE.
For catalogues address
W. ir. SXUAKT, Principal,
Jy0d&w2m -- Shelbyvllle, Ky.
publicity: residents ol any
DIVORCES-No Non-Support. Advice
and applications for stamp. W. II. LEE,
Att'y, 23tt B'way, N. Y.
Newtpaper Advertising Bureau, 10, Spruce St., N. Y.
I R, GLASCOCK k CO !
Is tho best plnco to get bnignliiR In
Stato & Monroo Sts.,Clilcarjo
Wtllf end prf nl 1 to tiny Addr their
. BAND CATALOGUE, ;
for ltlM. '.'00 juLtf, ill) hnfrnvinpt 1
of InitruintnU. Suit.. Cmi". IWIu,
St.nJi. Orum lUinr1, Sutft. Aail
IUU, bundry jnna uuttiu. iiepninn
viiniiai.oiDciuiiei iniiruruon mimi r.s
tiUPlK rcUt for Ainttciir liaJi. anil 4 Catalosuii'
fif Cbolc Dand Miulo.
Piles! Piles!! Piles! 11
Old HROWNS PILE Ol RE cie any
caso of protrudlngjor ulcerated bleeding Piles
by nfow applications. A'trlnl will convince
any ono who is suflerlng with this loathsome
dlsonso thnt whntjwo &ay Is true. For enlo by
GEORGE T. WOOD,
, Wholesale Druggist,
Jc30d&wlra , . MnysvUlo, Ky,
ML e ES,
Highest cash price pa'd for country produce.
JyKI ttt Corner Fourth and Plum stieelH.
J. C. Pecor 8n Co.
13u.il ding; Paper,
Boxos sold in a year by OWE I
114,508 Druggist of
Act Directly on the Liver.
CUIU'H CIULL8 AND FKVKII, DYBI'El'HIjt,
BlCK 1IKADAC1IK, UlLlOUH COLIC,
HirUUJfATIHM, 1'II.KS, 1ALI'1TAT10N
OP T1IK IlRAUT, TOIIPID LlVKR,
Coated Tonoub, Slkkplichcnkhs, and ali.
DlHKASKH OP TUB LlVKll AND STOMACH. If
you do not "feel very well." a single pill nt
ntlinulates Hie stotnacli, restores
the uppetlte, lmpurts vigor to the system.
R,E. SELLERS & GO,, Pittsburgh, Pa.
NOTICE 10 BUILDERS
In vant of building lumber,
lonclng or shingles, will tluditto the Interest
to address ns at Vancuburg, Ky,, or H,
O. UarUley, Maysvllle, Ky. Wo havo
mndo from yellow poplar with square butts,
equal to Michigan pine at much less price.
Shingles kept on hnnd and for salo by Collins,
Rudy &. Co., and II. C. liuricley, Maysvllle,
Ky., at mill prices.
J2Udlm LEWIS COUNTY LUMRER'OO.
persons indebted to tho Into firm of
Ilonnn & CUR will plcabo call nt our law
ofllco on Court street nnd mnko prompt payment
or wo will bo compelled to proceed to
collect same by law. BALLEE & S ALLEE,
JKSTRARE ATTRACTIONS IN
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
September 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 1883.
$6,000 IN PREMIUMS.
5rEIKEnAI, FKEMIVMS OX AM, AGES AM) CEAhNES !' SHOW
$SOO 01 FINEST BA.BY, s$QO OIV TOBACCO
tt GO OIV WHEAT,
0Uli.r.inri1?.B !n Proportion. Tho management have determined that It shall no longer
ho said tlmt this U not n fair of lnteiesi to tho tanner, stock raiser nnd mechanic. Theyhnvo
'! KiH)0.!?nnvVLl0 "-' "' neceslty of sustaining tho enterprise,
fc VERY1IODY WILL HE ADMITTED AT HALF PRICK ON THE HRSI' J)AY. Write tor
l.iounujune. W. Prosidont
T. 33. ASZJESJE3LOJ3 , ffoorotary. jyiUd&wtu
FECIAL NOTICE 2
TO AGHlCVLIVlilSTS AND OTIIERS.
REAPER anil MOWER season having pnssed, anil to make 100m for n laige number of
EAT DRILLS. f UUUU LU &c
wo liave determined to offer FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY, commencing July 21st,
Queen of the Harvest FAN MILLS,
Corn Sliellers and Straw Cutters,
AT UNPRECEDENTED LOW PRICES. ALL ARE INVITED TO CALL.-
MYALL, RILEY & PORTER,
JylOd No. 7, Second,
BIERBOWER & CO.,
to A. J. EUNEW & CO.,) G. W. Tndor's old uniul. No. Hi) Mnikei street. MnysvUlo,
Kentucky, announce to tl e uhllc tl at htivli g puichae the InleieM 1.1 ew & Co.,
will conduct thfcSioveiind'iin Hit 01 dm ami ol O. . 'JikUi on Market Mieet,
Mnyxvllle, Ky. The new Him Is composed ol practical nun of long exptileuceaud
workmen. The best bi amis of
will be constantly kept on linntl at the LOWKST PRIt EB. Rioflig nnd other like work
done In the best muiiici m loglvenitlstacllon. AtlentUu nnd polite salesmen
ntourstoie wll) gl closest att union to the v tints ol 1111 r customers.
BO) All debts c wli tlcliiti flini 01 A. J. la new A t o.. will be 1 aid by us and all claims
due said tlini are (.ityublc to us I y the terms ol the puicluifc. A'ouis hesj ect fully,
SZ2ZE&SO W2SR &, CO.
Ilia B CJBPS7I I f Ic
fileiKis moi villi 11 f tr 111101 am.
THE BEST PEACES
STOVES, i GRATES, MANTELS. TINWARE. ETC,
Latest and most Improved styles ot Coonim and Heating Stoves, made nt Wheeling. W
Vn,. ot hot blast charcoal Iron, warranted not to have a. tingle ounce 01 sciapiu them. These
Stoves, of course, wenr the longest.
IIOVNK FITIIMKH INO HM of all kinds and the Rest quality.
1KKIKH ICE CKK AM FKKEZEIt It has no complications beyond the capacity of
a child. Tho can sets squarely auywhere. Tho dasher Is
JlTTI.E.IOK:K WANIIIMI Cheap and Eirectlvc. Best made.
(WEEN OF THE WEST WATEll DltAWl.lt, which suves half of the labor of di awing
water from n well or cistern.
K4HLY HIIEAKFASTCOOKING STOVE, which Is admitted bynll who have used It
iu iiu vu no superior, uaii aim bee u. iwaii ami
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of the Kidneys.
HAS been used with most gratifying
In many obstinnto cases. Prof, I
W. Clark, professor of Chemistry ut tho university
of Cincinnati say s this water "belongs
to the samo class with that of tho Alleghany
Springs, ot Virglnin," tho medicinal virtues
of which aro too well known to be stated hero.
Thoho who desiro to try this famous water
nro referred to Captain 0. W. Hoyd, Levanua
Ohio; Captain U. M. Ilollowny, Cincinnati,
Ohio; J. J. Raipe, Cincinnati, Ohio. For sale
in half barrels nud jugs by
GUS. SlSlMONS, Proprietor,
mSSd&wtf Aberdeen, Ohio.
. G; Wi GEISEL,
No. 0,1V. Second. Bi., Opp.Opern Honso,
Frnitsand Vegetablesin season. Your
respectfully solicited. t IHdly
S$30 ON 13TJTTli2t.
nud 18, Sutton Streets, MAYSVILLE, KY.
'dlally letomniend thenhovenamed llrm.and
would be pleased to have my old customers and
nesifrtiuiiy. miriumiiAv.f'nu u.w.iuioii.
bee us wueiuer you wisu to uuy or not.
BliATTRMAN & POWER.
"ZTW P'v i t
OJTA1I OooiIniiuiI Vork WAItllAJXTED.
Number 13, Second street.tlneo doora below
Market stieet, Mnyhvllle, Ky. aplllJdly
PIANOS ! OEGANS.
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED 1
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED!
Front Street, MuysvIIIe,