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A LOST GIRL FOUND.
Tho Wanderings of a "Wayward
Untitling: Away Troni Homo Il?cniio
Ntio Wns Ancry m1 Parting nt
the Jcpot Willi Hor IiUtlo Mstrr
Her WniHlerliitfs About From
Pln.ce to riiico Af recti uiff Scene
When nt Iat Found Uy Her
f .Mother. v
Leavenworth, Kan., Sept, CO. A
fourteen-year-old girl named Iris DrOtvn,
daughter of Joshua Brown, a prominent
citizen of llurlingiune, in this State, was
arrested here and handed over to her
mother, who came up irom Kansas City,
where she had been searching for her.
Tho girl disappeared from home two
montlis ago, and continuous search was
made for her until to-day, muclrof the
time by her mother personally. Telegrams
and description- were sent to all
principal nointe, and several times clews
were obtained, but they led to nothing,
and when &he received word to pome to
this city Mrs. Brown had almost given up
nil hope of ever seeing her daughter. Tho
meeting was very affecting, the mother
and child embracing aud weeping for half
an hour. The girl was clad in unsold calico
dress but for all that exhibited a
handsome, well-developed form and fresh
aud fair face, and in talking gave evidence
of having been well educated tor
one of her age. Sho told tho following
story with perfect frankness and innocence:
(iI left home because I was mad.
I bid my little sister good-by nt the depot
and sent her home crying as though her
heart would break. Two gentlemen from
Burliugame were on the train I took.
They seemed to know I was running
away, and one of them said he would
follow mc. I answered, JYou
will have a bte wild goose chase if you
do.' At Topckn I stepped off the train
'into a dining room and slipped through a
door unobserved by them and got back
unon the train. I went to Armstrong and
visited there awhile with people 1 knew,
aud then went to Kansas City and worked
in a cracker factory. I was taken with
fever and laid up several weeks. When I
got better I went to the Dehnonico and
waited on table, I got acquainted with a
number of girls. I retorned to Armstrong
and found that tho clothes I had
left there had been stolen, and I had
nothing left but a calico dress. I returned
to the Dclmonico aud several of
the girls made it up to come
to Leavenworth. Thcro were Mary
McSweeuey, Mollie, Liilio and I don't
know their surnames and Lillie
Root. "We catno up hero at tho invitation
of a man named Ode, who said waiter girls
were wanUxl ut the Planters'. I weut
from there to Mr. Keeling9:, at tho Fort,
and staid until last Thursday, when I
came down and applied for a position ut
the Continental, winch they said I could
have." It was learned afterward that sho
went to a house of ill-fame by the advice
of one of her companions. She was innocent,
but sick and weary and anxious to
find a place to stay." The mistress of tho
bouse gave her a room and tiok care of
her, refusing to let any oue visit her.
This latter statement can bo relied upon as
tteller That John McGinn 1m Will
Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 3a There is
every reason to believe that a reprieve
will be obtained from the Board of
Pardons for John McGinnis, who is condemned
to hang on Thursday, October 1,
for the murder of his mother-in-law, Irs.
Mury R. Kced. This change in the outlook
for the wretched man is due to a
conviction that has come upon thoMS who
are brought into frequent communication
with him that ho is insane.
His head has been turned on
the subject of religion, and his
rhapsodies take such violent shapes at
times us to render it unsafe for visitors to
remain in tho cell with him. Three insanity
experts, Dr. Thoinus II. Andrews,
i of tho Jefferson Medical College ; Dr. S.
Preston Jones, of the Pennsylvania
for the Insane- and Dr. Chas. K.
Mells were employed to diagnose the
prisoner's mental condition. They had an
interview of an hour each wilt tho patient
on Monday and Tuesday last They have
embodied their conclusions in a paper
addressed to the Board of Pardons, in
which they report that the miud of Mc-Ginnis
has been unpaired. Sheriff Kiem
also gives expression in an affidavit to his
belie I that the murderer is an irresponsible
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A New Yorker Whoso Head Ilulfft
With a lUff KcJiotne.
Washington, Sept 30. A gentleman
profaning to represent New York capitalists
has been here during tho past few
days examining the old capitol prison
building, just opposite tho front of the
eapitol building, asking the price of tho
property and of other ground and buildings
adjoining, with the object, as he
FtafeMl, of purchasing the ground and
buildings, tearing down the latter and
erecting on the site a huge buildiug with
tints for the use of Congressmen and others.
The walla of tho building, aait now stands
were the wulls of the old prison, but tho
front and interior have long since been
It is now occupied as a boarding-house.
" "the sluggers.
The HuUivaii Combination Ridiculed
Baitimoiik, Sept 30. The Sullivan
Pugilistic Combination arrived in Baltimore
and gave an exhibition at Kernan's
Monumental Theater after tho regular
performance. Sulliran's sparring failed to
come up to expectations, and wnen Slade
hit him liaed he was laughed at In the
fourth round ho lost his temper and
knocked tho Maori off his feet. Slade
saved himself by clutching a piece of
scenery and kept from falling, lie was
loudly cheered. The excitement of the
evening was the usual Baltimore row between
the spectators at the close of the
show over their respective favorites. Tho
police promptly intcrferred.
mttmtmdmi ' i ttmitm .,
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Custom worlt a specialty. Large stock. All
kinds nt lowest prices.
No. 17, Market streo ,two doors below D. A.
ItichnrdsouA Cos grocery.
nJd&wly MAYSVILIiK, KY.
Second street.Juext door to Dr. Mnrtiu's
OII.V T. PIEMIXU.
Represents tho London and Liverpool and
GlobefGerman American, of New York, and
rtiemx, or isrooKiyu. Also neeni lor uiue
Lick Water, , uiuco corner or f lout ana sat-
ton streets. npM7cJly
r U. GAJMUtAlTir,
ATTORNEY AT I AW,
Real Estate and Collecting Agency.
Third street, near Court house,
mylOly MAYBVILLK, KY.
cDOrULK it' IIOETOX
Have Just received from the manufacturers n
full line of seasonable goods tor the tall and
winter trade. Jeans Flannells, Blankets,
Hosiery, Clonks, Dolmans, Paletots and
Call In and seo them and et pi lees.
vtihs fiOC po wiling,
Fall Hats, Millinery Goods Bonnets, Ribbons,
Flowers and Millinery Goods generally.
Enllro satisfaction punruuteed In all eases.
Second, opposite Opera House, maylly
M F9 J1AUSII.
ATTQUNEY AT LAW,
Justice of tlio Peace,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
Will advertise and sell real estate. No charges
whatever unless a fealo Is consummated.
Deeds, mortgage Ac. written at rates as low aR
any ones, uince jjiurary iiuuuiu, nuuuu
ATUS. A. J. WILLIAMS.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will be sold CHEAP for the next thirty days.
Call and see them,
mchaoiy No. 21), East Second Street.
(Formerly Miss Maggie Hasp,)
has lust received a full supply of Fall and
Winter Millinery Goods. Hats, Bonnets,
novelties. Tho ladles are Invited to call.
Market street, nliaiy MAYSV1LLE.
ILS. 3IAKY j:. TliO.MAS,
Millinery and Notions,
Announces that she lias Just received liei
fall stock, which will be found very attractive
and that she has also secured the services
of an accomplished trimmer from Cincinnati.
One price only.
13 K. Second st., a'JJly MAY9VILLE, KY.
nxvivros a no.v
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full Hue of all kinds of vehicles on hauo
forsale, hire or exchange. Horses kept bj
day, week or month. Largest and best an
I pom ted Llvory Stable in the west. Prices a
i iow as any. Best attention to vehicles stoied.
I Telephone connection. No. 4) and 42 wn
Second St., nplTdly MAYBVILLK, KY.
BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(Successors to Cooper fc Blset,
Dealer In SIovon, ICiidkoh, f arblef zct
Copper and Nlieet Iron Ware.
Special attention paid to tin rootling, guttei
and bpoutlng. Practical plumbers, gas
steam fltteis. Wrought Iron and lead pipes
Ac, All work attended to promptly ana
"3 E. Secoud st nOdly M AYSVILLK. KY.
AUE I. AKREHKON,
No 21 Mrket8Lnearlyopp. Central Hotels
OJJflce Open at alt Hours. MAYS VlLLEt K?
Full line of Burial Robes and all articles required
by the undertaking trade.
attended to day or night.
m30ly No. 61, East Second Street,
S J. DAUGIIKIITY,
No, 6, West Second Street.
Monuments, Tablets and Headstones always
on hand. Orders by mall will receive
the same prompt atteutlon as If delivered In
C B. OLnilABI,
Sanitary Engineer, Gas and
Dealer In plumber's uoods, Pumps, Hose,
Sewer Pipes, Lead and Iron Piping, Steam
aud Water Gauges. No. 8 west Second street,
opposite GeiboPs grocery,
apHdly MAYSVILLK, KY.
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
. OPEN AT ALLHOURS.
Work promptly and satisfactorily done.
Teuns reasonable Front street, between
Market and Suttou. apUOdly
U.MATIIKWN t CO.,
Manufacturers aud Dealers In
Building and Dressed Lumber,
Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash,
Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac.
mcnSOly MAYSVILLK, AT.
Wo will not be undersold by any house In
Kentucky or at Clnclanatl, ii wo have halt s
mchSldly MAYSV1LLE KY.
Vy W. LYNCH,
Manufacturer of and Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladles' aud children's lino shoos a specialty
Custom work made to ordor. Ropalriug neatly
aud promptly done at moderate charges.
No. Market steett,East Hide.
Rev. Father Wilds'
The Rev. Z. r. "Wilds, -well-known city
missionary In New York, and brother of tho
lato eminent Jndgo Wilds, of tho Massachusetts
Supremo Conrt, writes as follows t
"78 R. Mh St. New York. May 1C( 1882.
Mnssns. J. 0. Avrn & Co., Gontlomon :
Last winter I was troubled with a most uncomfortable
Itching umnor affecting moro especially
my limbs, which itched so Intolerably at night,
and burned so intensely, thnt 1 could scarcely bear
any clothing over them. I was also a sufferer
from a sovoro catarrh and catarrhal cough ; my
appctUo was poor, nnd my system a good deal run
down. Knowing tho value of Ayek's
by observation of many other cases, and
from pergonal use Informer years, X began taking
it for tho above-named disorders. My appetlto
improved almost from tho first dose. After a
short time tho fever and Itching were allayed, aud
all signs of Irritation of tho skiu disappeared. My
catarrh and cough were also cured by tho samo
means, and my general health greatly improved,
until it is now excellent. I feel a hundred per
cent stronger, and I attribute theso results to tho
use of the Sahsapauilla, which I recommend
with all conlldonco as thu best blood medicine
ever devised. 1 took it in small doses threo
times a day, and used, In all, less than two bottles.
1 place these facts nt your Borvlce, hoping their
publication may do good.
Yours respectfully, Z. P. Witns."
Tho abovo instance Is but ono of tho many constantly
coming to our notice, which provo tho perfect
adaptability of Ayeii'o Saiisavamlla to
the euro of all diseases arising from impuroor Impoverished
blood, and a wcakenod vitality.
cleanses, enriches, and strengthens tho blood,
stimulates tho action of tho stomach and bowels,
nnd thereby enables tho system to resist and overcome
tho attacksof nil Scrofulous Disease Enij)
tions of the Skin, llhtumatlsm, Catarrh, General
Mobility, and all disorders resulting from poor or
corrupted blood and a low state of tho Bystcui.
Dp. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists; prlco 91, six bottles for S5.
-Best Purgative Medicine
cure Constipation. Indigestion, Headache, aud
an ismous uisoruers.
Sold everywhere. Always reliable.
Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 10, 11,
We will sell nt Messrs. Triry & Wllsou1
Lexlngcon, Ky., couitueuclim prinrdl.
at oue o'clock ou Wed u today aud teu o'clock
125 Registered Jersey Cattle,
noMJy ynunn cows and heifois In calf to
cholctf bulN. The INl cimiUs six well- bred
signal heifer, an Imported duuhtm' of DuUe
TO, an imported daughter and a dnuhlf izraml
(htuuhter nt Ii famou l.e Urocou' Prize, a
daughter ol Count St. Ueorye, a kou and several
KniudMhuiKhtiM'H of the Coornnvdo Bull
Catanto, wo ia ddnuhlcrs ot 1'oloulu
th hi uijii 1 bull, .1 sup, S410, a
of Ahuuh ti Oakland, leeord 1(J pounds
and tourteen oip cos In seven days, and others
or Individual excellence ami good breed
I nx liom ueh fanillhinsthc I'lerioH, It Jnhs
Alpheas Hex., etc. alo positive nnd without
riserviMr by bidding ( ainlo.'Ue1 can bf
had by applying to U. Michael, Lexi'iutou.
Ky., who will cout Ubute 15 head. Trrin
cah or satislaclory i.otw heiluu 8 percent.
Interest. ALEX McCLINTOi'K. A SOX.
Before INSURING Y0UR LIFE
EX MIKE l'HK
Savings Fund Plan
ife flssuRUKcl Society.
Instead of luvestlnR In Btocks, bonds or oth
er securities or depobltlng In Havings Hanlcs
EXAMINE THIS PLAN
of insurance, which not only yields a return
as an luvestraeut. but Riven Immediate Indemnity
in case of death.
JOS. F. BRODRICZ,
Second atreet, MAY8VILLE, KY
F ML GROCER ES
Highest cash prlco paid for country produce.
JylHdtf Comer Fourth and iMuin streets.
FRESH OYSTERS !
Host brauds served In any style, DAY OR
My establishment has lately been fitted up
in handsome style, and supplied with ever
convenience. Oookiuy unexcelled.
sSGdSm No. 8. Mnikct street,
-; Wholesale and
In ordor to supply tho increasing demands of our trado wo are continually adding to our
supply of Stoves and Tinware.
REMEMBER OUR STOCK IS ALL NEW !
having been recently purchased with a view to to tho wants of this market. Cook Stoves of
the best makes lleatlnu stoves In ureat variety. Mantels and Grates of every kind always
on hand and sold at the LOWEST HATES. Call nnd examine our new stock.
sopl Corner Mnrket and Third Streets, Maysville, Ky.
BJ- COME AT LAST! "M
:The greatest 10 luctlon ever known In tho history of:
Farm Wagons, Wheat Drills,
Ji1er Mills Wire Fencing Fan UliSIs, Etc.,
But the most remarkable of all Is thonsto imling LOW PUICE ol the GENUINE
Manufactured Expressly For Us
From the best material found In America, thus enabling us to warrant It equal to any made
in this or any other country. Large Invoices are now bolng received for tne Fair. All are
Invited to call aud bee the work whether they desire to purchase or not.
MYALL, EILEY & PORTER,
No. 7, Second, and 18, Sutton Sts.,
-: Asks attention to
"Embracing even Book used in either tho public or private schrols of this city
EVERYTHING NEEDED IN THE SCHOOL BOOM.
To every GIRL baying BOOKS and KITPLIES
And to (voryIJOY buying BOOKS nnd SUPPLIES
A HORSE SHOE MAGNET
e-Will be PSBB."1
A FINE, NEW LINE OF
HAIR, TOOTH and BTAIL
Combi, Face Powders, Puffs, Puff
Poxes, Colognes, etc.
Special Attention to Picture Framing,
BSyWhen you wish anything in tho way of BOOKS, STATIONERY, MUSIC,
PICTURE FRAMING, or any nice novelty, don't worry about it, but write at
onco or call on PHISTER, who will simply you at reasonable rates. Mail orders
solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. When "in tho city do not fail to call on
FRANK R. PHISTER,
THE! BEST PLACE
retail dealers in 1 :
his lm-co lino of :-
Q TINWAR E, ETC,
Latest aud most improved Btylcs of Cooklnn nnd Ileatiiic Ptovep, made at Whcellmr, W
Va of fcot blantcnarcoal Iron, warranted not to haveaMuBleounceoiBcrnpUi them. These
stoveH. of course, wear the ' longest.
iroiTKi: FI7KNI NIIHNG GOODS of nil kinds nud the Best quality.
1EKKIj:kN ICfi CItKAM FUKE25EU It has no complications beyond tho capacity o(
a child. The can pets squnroiy anywhere. Tho dasher is self-adjusting.
MrTIiB JOKKK WANIIINO Cheap and Effective. Best mnde,
UUKKN OF THE WEST WATEH UKAWEIt, which saves half of the labor of draw-inc
water from a well or cistern.
K ARIZS' RRKAKPAHTCOOKIMO RTOVE, which is admitted by all who have used it
to have no superior. Calljand seo it. Call nnd see us whether you wish to buy or not.
nplisdiy BLATTERMAN & POWER.