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A Koine FIrl at Hlielhyvlllc, Iiul.
Two GIrU Burned to leth, or
SnELBYYiME, Oct, 1. About 5 o'clock
in the morning a two-story frame house in
tile eastern part of our city, owncl by
Mrs. Henry unit occupied by Kittv Wells
as a house of was set on lire and
entirely consumed. Flora Garrett and
Maggie Wells, two of the inmates, were
sleeping in a back room upstairs, and
being tumble to escape were burned to
death. Kitty Wells made her escape, having
slept down stairs : also Nelson Puni-ham
and Herman Tcnuclia, who were
down stairs. A post mortem examination
was held. The body of Mips Garrett had
the appearances of baring been stabbed
once on the left arm and twice on the side.
It is thought by manv that the two girls
were murdered and the house set on fire to
cover up the crime. This, however, can
not be established. The coroner tagan
holding an inquest and was continued.
Developments of a sensational character
are expected to-morrow. Purdham and
Termeha were held under bond for their
appearance. The fire originated in the
back part of the house. The only way
for the girls to ivcape was bv means of a
stairway, and this waa burned away. Maggie
Wells came hero from Columbus.
Flora Garrett is from St. Oincr,
and a uioce of John Garrett,
who was hung at Grccnsburg by u mob.
The girls are about twenty-four years old.
Tito real name of Kitty Wells, the woman
who ran the house, Is Ida Moore, and she
was raised at Greenfield, Ind. Great
Aloxlco'jt Welcome to the Governor of
Saltillo, Mex, Oct. 1. Governor
of the State of Coahuila, accompanied
by tho civil and military dignitaries of his
capital, met Governor Ireland, of Texas,
at Kinconado Station, thirty miles from
Saltillo. Governor Ireland is sjeuding a
few days in Mexico for recreation, and was
given an enthusiastic reception. Some
surprise was evinced to sco Uie Governor
of Texas accompanied by only two gentlemen,
Hon. Geo. Pfeutler and Captain
Tarver. When the train pulled into the
Saltillo Doot it was Governor Ireland's
turn to be surprised to find fully 10,000
people waiting to welcome him mid
bhouts of " Viva Texas " from tho populace.
The Mb?! A trains t tho Gnuflnluj.
Galviston, Tcv., Oct, 1. The libel
against the steamship Guadalupe was filed
in the United Suites District Court. The
libelants are tho Galveston Steamship and
Lighter Company, managed by Irvine &
Bressinger, and James McDonald, managing
owner of the sU'am.sliip Mamie Ilig-gins.
They allege that it was through the
aid and instrumentality of the vessels
owner and operated by them that the
steamer was extricated from a perilous
position on Boliver Beach. The value of
the steamship and cargo is set down at
tSOO.000, ami tho libelants ask for a reasonable
and just salvage, and compensation
in proportion U the value of the
steamer and cargo. The vessel, as stated,
was bonded and hailed for New York during
I'rlntor'H Sfrlko ut Oil City.
Oil Crrv, Perm., Oct 1. All the compositors
in tho employ of the Derrick, excepting
one, struck for thirty-five cents,
the former price having been thirty.
About two weeks ago a new was put
on the paper, since which the coinjositors
have been unable to make anything like
decent wages. Thero has leen a systematic
cutting in tJie oilico since tho paper
passed into the hands of the Standard Oil
Company, and the employes could stand
it no longer. The publishers ret used to
allow the advance demanded, and
the editors and two or three boys ar& trying
to get out the paper.
The ttose Ambler Murder Case.
" BmwjcroiiT, Conn OctL There is no
troth whatever in tho reported arrest of
Wm. Lewis for tho murder of Rose Clark
Ambler, which had gained credence.
After the verdict was rendered (Saturday,
Coroner Holt telegraphed tho State Attorney.
Fessendcn, for instructions, but at
a late hour no reply had been received.
Another detective has arrived from New
York and begun work in the case. Ho Ls
after the Si, 000 reward. Tho verdict of
the Coroner's Jury, rendered Saturday,
was thatshe came to her death by being
choked by some unknown person, but
with suspicion pointing strongly toward
GitKUXFXCM), 111., Oct, 1, A descrate
attempt at robbery was made here, the
victim being John O'Brien, a stranger.
lie was in company with a stranger who
traveled with him, and while they were
taking a rest hero was attacked by his
(juondam friend, who beat him nearly to
death. He succeeded in escaping from
him, however, and reported to the officers,
who started in pursuit of the would-be
robber, and captured him between here and
Pocahontas. O'Brien remains here to appear
ii .i .--
Stiibatoii, 111., Oct 1. Judge, lkdford
rendered his decision in tho whole-Mile
beer license case in favor of tho
Peoria IJeerCompauy, who refused to pay
a license imposed upon wholesale beer
dealer by the city council. The case was
a test one, aud tho matter will probably
be dropped, as the license is declared unconstitutional.
JuilcMl for Koobery.
Dallas, Tex., Oct. 1, Charles Evans
and Prank James, alias John Sheaver,
had a habeas corpus hearing on tho charge
of robbing an unknown man from tho
rural districts of ?100, tfiree weeks ago,
and were remanded to jail in default of
u " "J'fMi f
How the Turned
UKllnena Into Ileiuity.
"Washington, Oct, 1. During the improvements
of the Potomac Flats several
scow-loads of black muck which were
taken out were dumped next to the causeway
between the two4 channels and very
near the Long Bridge. The sight presented
was not a very pleasant ono. It is
said that Attorney-General Brewster, carlv
in the summer, rode down to tho flats with
a number of friends, and when he saw the
heap of mud expressed great dissatisfaction,
having it was an uusightlv place and
he would try to remedy iu Whcti he returned
to his olfice he secured a lot of sunflower
seed and sent a man down to the
mud heaps to sow them. There is quito a
Tho Chicago Unto YVur Iiicrcimttisr.
Chicago, Oct. 1. No change was liiiidi
in passenger rates to the Ohio river and
immediate points, but the Louisville, New
Albanv & Chicago people threaten to
fight still further by making a round trip
rate of $'3 between Cliicmn and minimi
polls, with a rebate of 1.60, leaving tin
actual fare to Indianapolis and return
31.50. If this i done it will involve the
Bee Line, which has not hitherto taken
part iu tho war. The Louisville, New
Albany & Chicago managers nUo hin
they will probablv make a mind tr!p rati
of $2 between Chicago ah I Louisville
with the privilege of switching off at
Greencastlc and going to IndiauaK)lis
in view oi tut threatened cut in ireigu
rates bv the Chicago V Has tern Illinois v.
proposition is out for a conference of tin
general freight u ents of Uie warring
ArilroinlricU Xtirrny'H Xnv Ttuwilosry.
NkwYobk, CVu 1. W. II
Murray (Adirondack) lectured in Checkering
hall on "Christianity versus The
ology." He held that reason leads iw t
reject the Christianity taught by the the
ologians. but the Christianity taught b)
Christ himself is worthy ot our consideration.
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A Now York Munlor lyslery.
New York, Oct 1. The body of a
young man shot dead early in the morning
opposite No. 20S Forsyth street, ho
been identified as that of Win.
twenty years old, shipping clerk in
Struitcr Sz Storms' cigar manufactory.
The three men arrested on suspicion are
IE cm ovinia IwmI Kohl lor.
Raxkioii, N. C, Oct. 1. Arrangement
have been jerfecUd for bringing fron Ar
lington, Viu. to this place tne bixiies o!
liit Confederate soldiers, thai, they mav
be interred in the cemetery here. The
ceremonies will bo imposing. All tlu
National Guard of the Stato will I? pros
cut, and It is expected thai addresses will
be delivered by Senators Kan so m and
Vance. Mr. W. W. Corcoran, of
is also expected to be present.
MAKKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Cincinnati, Oct. 1. Butter Fits'
btoeks of bright fancy dairy sold at 3ih
ami prime to choice bold at ti i(tit
Very littie fancy dairy arrival vhic
would sell above 20c Inferior grade
ot dairy were quiet and steady, bein.
quoted as follows; Prime to chuici
at I Of" lic; packing grades at I0fi)lftc
and jrciuo butter at 5(i7a Cheoo
The market is liilly supplied and steady.
Prime to cJioice Ohio quoted at KJfllc
ami New York at ll!(oi:e.
sWumgjWith a fair demand. Choice
marrows sell at $2 OOdtt per hu; choice
hand-picked medium. 2 t5( 76 pel
bu; hand-picked navies, $2 7ot2 SO
common, .S22 00. Hay Market firn
with a fair demand. No. 1 Tiinothv i
quoted at 0 50g?10 50; No. 2, SiJ 6()C
9 50; mixed, 5SS 50; No. 1 prairie at
S5 6007 per ton, in bales on arrival.
Wheat and rye straw sell at SOtl jer ton,
and oats straw at $07. Mess Pork Jobbing
at $ll(all 25 for country,and $11 25
11 37J for city; 36 brls city sold at
11 37 delivered. Lard Kettle selling
at 029Jc. Prime steam dull at 8c asked.
Current make in some accumulation and
quirt; 50 tcs packed sold at 7.50c, and 50
tcs looso 7.40; at tho close 60 tcs packed
sold at 7.05c
Nnw York, Oct. 1. Flour, dull; superfine
state and Western, $3 253 80; extra
Ohio, $3 8S6 50. Wheat Cosh a trijlt
higher, options lc higher and firm: No.
2 spring. $1 0GJ; No. 3 spring, 90c;
red. 90c(gSl 15; No. 4 red, 95c; No.
a red, SI 0ill 05; steamer No. 2 red,
$1 OS; No. 2 red. $1 123 1 12 in elevator,
$1 VS1 14J delivered; ungraded
white, 91c$l 15.
Chicago, Oct. 1. Flour quiet, steady
and unchanged. Wheat in fair demanu
and higher: OSJc September, 95Jfe90c
October, 9898Jc November, $ 00
1 01 J January; No. 2 Chicago
spring, 95J95c; No, 3 do, 84Jc; No. 2
red. $1 OllfrM 02. Corn quiet; 493c cash
ana September, 492(3H9ic October; 4S;f
48Jc November; 37c tho year and 494$'
4Dc lay. Oats in fair demand and
nigher; 27Jc cash; Sej)tember; 2Sc
October, 28c November, 2929c December;
27jc the year; 32J32Jc May.
Iilvc Stock Market!.
Ciitcaoo, Oct. 1. Hogs The market
brisk and firm; packing, $4 35(tA4 76; packing
shipping, &l S06 15; liglit, $4 80
5 30; skips, $34 20. Cattle Market
firm and active; exports, 6 00G 40;
Good to choice shipping, $5 40(,5 90;
common to medium, $4 005 10; range
strong; Texann, $-1: half-breeds, $4 95;
Montana, 54 76. Slieej Market steadv;
inferior to fair, $2 30(u3 00: good, S3 50;
choice, $3 75; Texans, $2 403 50; lambs,
$13 50 jer head.
Cincinnati, OcU 1. Cattle Common.
Si 75275; fair to medium, $3375; good
to choice butchers' grades, $44 76; extra,
$-1 85; Ood to choice cows, $4(W4 40; good
to choice heifers, S4 254 75; common to
fair shippers, $4 606 15; gocnl to choice,
$5 26590; common to fair oxen, $2 50
3 50; good to choico, $3 764 7o; eomo
extra, 4 75; some light, yearlings and
calves, $2 603 50. Ilogs Selected
butchers' and neavy shipier3, $65 35;
fair to good packers, $4 504 85; lairto
good light of 175 to 210 pounds, $55 30.
Rev. Father Wilds'
Tho Itov. Z. P. Wilds, city
missionary In Now York, and uruthor of tho
Into omlnunt Jurtgo Wlld9 of tho
Supreme Court, writes ns follows t
11 78 J7. Wf h St. Xew York, May 10, 1682.
MKflWi. tT. C. Ayku k Co., Gentlemen :
Last winter 1 wa3 troabled with a most uncomfortable
itching humor nlTectlug more especially
my limbs, which Itched so intolerably at night,
and burned so lntonsely, that I could scarcely bear
any clothing over them. 1 was also a sufferer
from a severe catarrh and catarrhal cough : my
annotlto was p"r, and my system a good ileal run
down. Knowing tho value of Avcu'H
observation of many other cases, and
from personal use informer years, I began taking
it for tho above-named disorders. JUy appotito
Improved almost from the tlrst dose. Alter a
short time tho fover and itching wero allayed, and
all signs of irrltatlonof thoskindisapneared. Iy
catarrh and cough wero also cured by tho samo
means, and my general health greatly improved,
until it is now excellent. I feol a hundred per
cent stronger, and I attrlbuto theso results to tho
use of tho SahsapaiuI'LA, which I recommend
With all coutldenco as tho best blood medicine
ever devised. I took It In smnll doses three
times aday,andusod,in all, less than two bottles.
I place theso facts at your service, hoping their
publication may do good.
Yours respectfully, Z. P. WiLlis."
The abovo Instance- is but ono of tho many
to our notice, which prove tho perfect
adaptability of Ayeii'o Saksapaiulla to
tho euro of all dlsoatos arising from Impuroor impoverished
blood, and a weakened vitality.
cleanses, enriches, and strengthens tho blood,
stimulates tho action of the stomach and bowels,
and thereby enables tho system to resist and overcome
tho attacks of all Scrofulous Discas(8,
of (he Skint lihewn(i(hmt Catarrh, General
JMtlty, and all disorders resulting from ioor or
corrupted blood and a low stato of the system.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists; price 91, six bottles for 5.
Bost Purgative Medicine
cure Constipation, Indigestion, Headacho, and
all liillous Disorders.
Sold everywhere. Always red I able.
Wednesday and Thursday, Oct, 10, 11.
Wo will bell ut Mt'sv. Trracy tt; Wilson' da
de, KyM commencing pnniitlv
ut ono o'clock on Wtdntsday and ton o'clock
125 Registered Jersey Cattle.
mostly y un cows ard hclfcis In calf to
cholcv iiiills ThvlNf ciniMNsh!c
Signal heHcivtan Impound dauyhtci of Duke
I" iltl'UI H.1 Ullllllll it lit II tlUIIIIIV il t
duiiuhter oi the famous Lo Urocon's PiIzp, a
dtuniliter of Count a miii and
ol tin Coomnie IHill
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tliH Hiuiiitl but!, Ji smi). ll!i, a Unuuli
ter of Almah ot OtikluMt, iccohI 11 pounds
and (ouitecn ouitrcs m t'liynnd otli
erho Individual excellence ami yooil breed-Inu
Iifin Mich faml'iesas Uie IMeriot, H Jah
Alpliea, Hex, etc Sale positive and without
icsci veoi b, -bidding. rntnloi'iicH can lw
had by apidylnu to It. M Inline, Lexlnuton
Ivy., who will cvniiUmt 15 lead. TerniM
uuhli or h.itls'uctory ru.te hiwintf s percent.
Intoiest, ALKX .McCLINTf H'K V SON.
Uait. T. V. Kini), j Auctioneers.
Before INSURING YOUR LIFE
Savings Pund Plan
IFe Assurance Society.
Instend of iuvestlng In stock, bonds or other
securities or depositing in Savings Itanks
EXAMINE THIS PLAN
of Inanrance, which not only yields n return
as nn investment, but gives immediate indemnity
In case of death.
JOS. F. BRODUXCK,
Second Stieot, VAYSVILLE, KY
F ML E E
Highest cash price paid for country piodnce.
JylSutf Corner Fourth and Plum htieets.
FllESH OYSTEES !
Host brands served in auy stylo, DAY OK
My establishment lias lately been fitted up
in handsome style, aud supplied with ever
convenience. Cooking unexcelled.
&20d3m No. 8. Market street,
r . r i
: I Wholesale and
In order to supply tho increasing demands of our trade we aro continually adding to our
supply of Btoves and Tlmvnie:
REMEMBER OUR STOCK IS ALL NEW !
having been recently purchased with a view to to the wants of this market. Cook Stoves of
the besd makes Heat luu Stoves In meat variety. Mantels aud Grates of every kind ulwoys
on hand and sold at the LOWEST KATES, full and examine our new stock
sopl Corner Market aud Third Streets, Maysvllle, Ky.
- COME AT LAST! "SS
:The greatest lolnctlon ever known In the history of:
Farm Wagons, Wheat Drills,
Cider ITZillH, Wire Fonoiiig Fan Mills, Etc.,
ButUiemoht retuukableof all ls tbensto inding LCW PRICE of the GENUINE
trout tho best material fou:id lu America, thus enabling us to warrant it equal to any made
in tiiis or auy other country. Large invoice are now belnu received for tne Fair. All a.o
luvltcd to call aud see the work whether they desire to purchase or not.
MYALL, EILEY & PORTSE,
No. 7, Second, and IS, Sutton Sts.,
Asks nttentkn to
JK2?Emlrnnnc: every Book uml in cither the public or private schools of this city
EVERYTHING NEEDED IN THE SCHOOL FsOOiVi.
To every GIRL buying BOOKS unit SUPPLIED
A Bottl of FexdEHunery,
Ami to every EOY buying BOOKS am! SUPPLIES
A HOBSE SHOE MAGNET
anETill he FHHE."
A FIXE, NEW LINE OF
KAXB, TOOTH and IASL
CoiTLbs:, Face Poyvders, PniFs9 Puff
Boxes, Colognes, etc.
Special Attention to Picture Eraming.
you wish anything in tho way of BOOKS, STATIONERY, MUSIC,
PICTURE FRAMING, or any nice novelty, don't worry about it, hut write at
onco or call on PHISTER, who will sunplvyou at reasonable rates. Mail orders
solicited and satisfaction guaranteed.
FRANK K. F HIST13R
the; best fl,ac;e
retail dealers in :
Expressly For Us
his large lint of :-
When in the city do not fail to call on
THW1R E, ETC,
Latest ami wpftt JniprovcO BtyJeH ol Cuoklnu pin! Heathm Btoves, made at "Wheelluc, W
Vn.. of hot blast charcoal Sronrwnrrauteil not to haven Mnglo ouuceol bcrap in them, Inese
BtovfcMof course, wear tho lonuwit.
t 1IOVHK rUKNINHINC!01S of all lctuilnnnd the Host quality.
VKEKIiENS IK CKKARt FIlKCaSKB It has no complIcatlonR beyond thq capacity ot
a child. Tho can seta squarely anywhere. Tho dasher is self-adjusting.
IilTTIiE JOKEIt WASHING Cheap and KHeotive. nest made.
41UEEN OF THE WEST IVATEtt JUtAWElt, which saves half of tho labor of
water from a well or cistern.
J&AItET IlItEAKFANT COOKING STOVE, which is admitted by all who have need it
to have no superior. Calljand see it. Call and bco us whether you wish to buy or not.
npUSdly BLATTERMAN & POWER.