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'A WICKED 'CRIME.
Tho Old Story of HEurdor and Suicide
Inillannpoll. Ui Seens This Tim-'
Wlint Led to Usual
Trouble Uhj Bottom of tho
DoYiltry hootliiir nin Guilty
Viurtutr and Thou Shootltiff
Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 9. Another
double murder Las been enacted in this
city, tho cause boinj; illicit love. For
some years M'illiiua Fultz, a young
Gcrmun baker, is alleged to hare been
intimate with Mrs. Mary, wife of Al.
NefT, a clerk in u retail clothing store.
Monday uftemoon Mrs. Ned' and Fultz
met at the residence of the woman's bister,
during the absence of the latter. They
were in the house but u short tiino when
two pistol shots were heard by tho neighbors.
Shortly after the first shot Mrc .
KefT rau to the front of the house crying,
"I am shot, send for my
and fell dead in the doorway.
On entering the house Fultz was found
lying upon tho bed of his room, dead, having
shot hi nisei f through the heart. About
an hour befotu tho shooting Fultz told a
friend that ho was going to kill himself,
but his frieud did not think ho would do
fo. The murdered woman has heretofore
borne a good name. It is thought that
the two quarreled and henco tho snooting.
Itcport of His Assassination at Canton
"Washington, OcU .9 A cable message
was received at tho Department of Stute,
from Consul General Denny, statingtliat
quiet prevails in Canton, and there is no
truth in the reported assassination of
United States Consul Seymour,who isaliyo
and well. Tim telegram was received in
reply to one sent by tho Acting Secretary
of State, asking lor information on tho
La Ckosse, Wis., Oct. 9. The reported
nssassination of Consul Charles Seymour
causes great 6orrow among hU old friends
and neighbors in this place. Excitement
is at fever heat, and several telegrams
asking further information was eent to
London. All day thero was a constant
stream of callers at tho telegraph officer.
The Milwaukee Sentinel says this morning:
"While Seymour had several enemies,
ho had a much larger number of
warm friends. But his enemies as well as
his friends will recognize his many good
and generous qualities, and his death, under
Mich painful circumstances will, if
confinned,be universally regretted." Many
telegrams of sympathy have been sent to
his wife and daughters, who were to have
arrived from China at llurliugton, Vt., a
few days ago.
A GREAT RACE.
'Wiiltnn Loses Ilitlf u Million at Ottn
London, Oct. 1). The race for the
btakes was won by M. CI. Lambert's
Don Juan, with Mr. It, l'eck's Hackness
fcecoml anil the Duke of Hamilton's
Cosmos third. The coninetion wm
longer tlian uppeared likely
at tir.st, there being twenty
runner.x, including three Americans, via.:
Girolle, Sachem and AMioUfonl. Mr.
Walton, the "ilungor," backcil Girolle to
win over 100,000. Slie was in good condition,
and was ridden by Louies, whoso
younger brother lodo S.iehetn. loth are
good jockeys. The race was intenely in
' teresting. A largo amount wits investetl,
and, us there was a good deal of American
moncv on Giroile and the other horses, it
contributed largely to tho excitement.
Kllleil by ti railing Tree.
Jonimiuiki, Ark., Oct. 0. Sunday evening
twenty miles east of hero a trwj feU
on a house occupied by several laborers,
killing three men. They were P. Fuller,
of Augusta, Mo., E. Gowe, of Spring City,
Mo., and D. 15. Cotts. Two other men
were seriously hurt
MA "RESTS BY TELEGHAPH.
Kkw Yobk, Oct. O.SIolasses quiet;
New Orleans ordinary 3QSq do fair to
good 3S4Sc. Butter doll with weak
feeling; dioice westiirn, 27029c Rice
firm, 4J43c for Carolina aud Louisiana
common. bugr Kouwxl grQC3 su;a(ly;
cut loal 0Jyic; granulated 8c;
tiouers 1 allow dull; prime city
Nkw Yonic, UL D. Floui Quiet ond
in buyers' favor; No. 2 state, S2 506)) 25;
extra Western, $3 754 50. Wheat-No.
2 red winter, $1 0S(h)1 0SJ, October,
$1 011 10, Corn No. 2, oSAo October;
5SjoSJe November; 58c December. O.itn
No. 2, Jllc, OeUiber, Hi bid November.
Uyo 1'airly active and llrmj Western, 05
(jii07c; State, 70072c, llarley nominal.
Cincinnati, Oct. y. Wheat At tha
close sales were lower, but tirmly held, according
to sellers' views; No. 2 red quoted
at $1 OUJ01 01, hard at $1 OU&H 07, and
longberry at $1 0S1 10; 500 bu No. 2
hard ml spot sold at SI 07, Oats were
firm, or apparently firm, during the week,
but closed easy at 290 selling for No. 2
mixed and 3Uc for No. 2 white; No. 2
white, spot, track soldat31c;No. 2 mixed
spot, track, 2lUc; No. 2 mixed (light)
track, oOc. Corn Has been generally
easy, but sellers havo endeavored to sustain
a drooping market with moderato
success. At the close No. 2 mixed sold at
60l50c;No.3 mixed sold at
and buyers bid 4!)c; No. 3 white sold ut 50c;
choice ear corn scarce and tho market was
nominal at 4'J52e for feeding samples.
Chicacio, Oct. U. IIos The in arkct
was easiei r, Willi lair to lixh! Iiulit, W yo
(o)5 30; mixed packing, $1 154 HO; choice
"""VI - V" " wwv..v ........v..
Strong, good and active; cxtort, ?0r3 CO;
good to choico shippinjf, $5 405 00;
common to medium, $4 005 10; range
cattle, Toxans, $3 704 55; Wyoming,
$5 2o.Sheep Market slow; common dull;
inferior to fair $2 252 75; good. $3 50;
SI; Texans, $2 263.
Toue, Toucli, WorJcmansMp & DnraMlity.
TOTIXIAM KNABE & GO.
Nos. 201 and 206 West Ilaltimora Strcot, Baltimore,
Ho. 112 Fifth Avenue. Now York.
rpO ADVKRTISEKS. Lowest Hates for ml-X
vertlslnit In IW7 uood newspapers sent free
Address GEO. P. KOWELL & CO., 10, Spiuco
street, N. Y.
!17. Sccnwl Ml root. Mhj'hvUIc, Ky.
PIANOS and ORGANS,
37, Second street, Miij'nvIIIp, Ky,
L. F. METZGEK, Ajjt.
Tin; l'JiAc'irro uivr cukai
mcli31dly SUTTON STREET.
A. R. GLASCOCK & CO l
Is tlio best place to yet bargains In
oiaioa Monrou OiS..uiucago, sm
"vm v 111 tend rrrmMioviy vMrfti liWf
for 19M, ;1W pw, ilti Knynuiuo
of loitrumtnU, Suit, Ol, JWlu ZJw
SUnJt. Drum Mlri Puff. n'J
IUtt. Run.trv IHn 1 O it hi. Itnalrii mr W
1Mvmf',AlMinrurrt imirwtion tirt r
MrcUrt for A mutant it icdt, ud a ClJcgi LH
of Cbolc ttiaa Moil:
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
S. W. Cor. Main & Fifth.
Invito attention to their stock trf Drug, Med
icine. uiuiv uyv wiuiik. 'j. ney nro
I the proprlotorH of tlin uilRlnnl and gonulno
AJIeii'n!S'ervV'll(ioI.liiliiiont. Tho orders uf
casliundbUurttluiobuyuia particularly tollclted.
I Keep constantly on liaml a full Hupply of
1 School mill Eiluiik
I Pencils Pens, Copy Hooks, Hlnlc, Satchels,
i Inks. Writing Pnper, Knvelopes, Ac. Uirpei
I anil liulkllim paper always In stock.
Wall Paper, Window Shades,
Pure Drugs 'leas Snlces, Patent Medicines,
Dye Stults Oils anil Varnishes,) Igarsuiul Tobacco,
Perluinery, Toilet Ai tides Jec, iVc.
Piles! Piles!! Piles!!!
Old UltOWN'S PILE C! KE Will cure nnj
case of protruding or ulcerated Llteillnt; Pllu
by a few applications. Atrial will convince
tiny ono who Is Buttering .with this loathsomr
disease that what we say Is true. For sale by
UEOHGE r. WOOD,
Je30d&w!m Maysvllle, Ky.
J. D. EASTON & CO.,
Corner Wall mill Front NIs,
Feather beds cleaned of nil lmpuilties on
short notlco. All beils weighed before nnd
after cleaning. You are Invited to call anil
seo.your own work done.
OcUilAwtf J. D. EASTON & CO.
Before INSURING YOUR .LIFE
Sayings Fund Plan
IFE ASSURANCE .SOCIETY.
Instead of In vostlug lu stocks, bonds or otli
er securities or depositing lu Havings Hanks
EXAMINE THIS PLAN
of Insurance, which not only yields a return
as an Investment, but gives Immediate Indemnity
In case of death.
jos. f. buoduxce:,
Becond Street, MA.Y3VILLE, KY
restores, with tho gloss and freshness of youth,
faded or gray hair to a natural, rich brown color,
or deep black, ns may bo desired. By Its uso light
or red hair limy bo darkened, thin hair thickened,
and baldness often, though not always, cured.
It checks falling of tho hair, and stimulates a
weak and sickly growth to vigor. It prevents and
cures scurf and dandruff, and heals nearly every
disease- peculiar to tho scalp. As a Ladles' Hiilr
Dressing, tho Vioon is unequalled ; It contains
neither oil nor dye, renders tho hair soft, glossy,
and silken In appearanco, and Imparts a dollcato,
agreeable, and lasting perfume.
5tu. 0. P. IlnicitKii writes from Kirly, 0.,July
3, 162 : " Last fall my hair commenced falling
out) and In a short tlmo I became nearly bald. I
used part of a bottlo of AYEIl'S llAltt Vioon.
which stopped tho falling of tho hair, and started
a new growth. I have now a full bead of hair
crowing vigorously, and am convinced that but
for tho uso of your prop.iratlou I should have been
J, Vi', Uowex, proprietor of tho McArthw(Ohlo)
F.nqnlrtr, says : "Ay nil's IIaiii Vioon Is a most
excellent preparation for tho hair. I spunk of It
from my own xporieucu. Its uso promotes tho
growth of now hair, and makes It glossy and soft.
Tho Vioon Is also a suro euro for daudrulf. Not
within my knowledgo has tho preparation ever
failed to give entire satisfaction."
Jtis. Axocs FAinnAiRN, loader of tho
" Falrlialrn Family ''of Scottish Vocalists,
writes from Jloiton, Man., Ftb. G, 1880: "Ever
since my hair began to give silvery evidence of tho
change which uVutlugtlmo procureth, I have used
Arm's Haih Vionn, nnd so havo been nblo to
maintain an niipcaranco of youthfulness a matter
of considerably conseiiucnco to ministers,
orators, actors.and In fact every ououho lives hi
the eyes of tho public."
Mas. O.A. I'UESCOTT, writing from 18 Elm St.,
Charleitaien, Mass., stnrll 14, 1SS2. sajs: "Two
years ago about two-thirds of my hair camo off.
It thinned very rapidly, and I wns fast growing
bald. On using A vim's Haiii Vioon tho falling
stopped and a now growth commenced, nnd In
about a month my head was completely covered
with short hair. It has continued to grow, anil Is
:lov ns good as before it foil. I regularly used but
ono bottlo of tho Vigor, but now uso It occasionally
as a dressing."
"Wo havo hundreds of similar testimonials to tho
efllcacy of Ayf.ii's Haiii Vigor. It needs but a
trial to convlnco tho most skeptical of Its value.
Dp. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of tho Kidneys.
HAS bet'ti used with urailtyliiK i
cess In many obttliiate cases I'jot. F
W.i'lark, prulessor ot't'lieml trynt the Uni
versity oi Clnclninitl sh this water ''belong
o the saint) class with that of the Allelinnj
nrliiKs, ot Vliitlnin," tlie tuedii'luiil vlitui".
oi which nrotoowell Unowii loltcMiitedlierp.
Those who to ny tills famous water
ire relerrcl to Cnptali. (J, V. Koyil, Levant. n
Ohio: ("iiniiihi i. M. Mollowuy. (tticlnnntl
O lo; 1. I. H)lp, )'luclunatl. Ulilii. For m.1.
hi halt liarieNanit juus ly
UI.T. HI,. MDNS, Proprietor,
m&biifcwtf '. heiileoii f)hio
iiHl'Si m HZ.H ,
Dry Goods and Notions,
Fiirnlsliln (tuoiN, li lO., Stationery anil
forhmall dilution and tjiowu pe'.iousu specialty.
A huge block of
Hand-Mads Knit Goods
of all kinds. Novelties of all It nils and PHI-OEM
VEHY LOW. My htock Is onnplete In
all Hues and I uuarantee satisfaction In all
cases. The public pationagH Is Millclted.
sllldtt MIMSANNA FHAZAR.
F. L. TRAYSER,
PIANOS ! ORGANS.
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED I
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED I
Front Street, IWay.sville.
P ML GROCER ES
Hlnhestcasli prlcopald lorcounlry pioduce.
JylSdti Corner Fourth nnd Plum stieots,
FRESH OYSTERS !
Ht'M brands served lu uuy style, DAY OU
My establishment has latoly been titled up
ln,haudsome style, anil supplied wltu over
convenience. Cooking unexcelled.
It. M. WILLETT,
S3d3m No. & Market street,
St BIcOAIlTIIKY, Licensed Auctioneer
J . for Mason and ndjolulm; counties. Orders
left at the Hui.t.ktin oiilco will recelvo
prompt attention, P. O. address Mt. Carmol.
;!. ' -v 'V .3 w
, J ,
You can't write unless yon
Frank R. Fhister
lias for ijole all of the leading
nnd get a bottle.
AHNOLTVS INK In quarts pints mid one-half pints,
AHNOLU'S t OPYINO INK in quarts and pints.
CAHTF.K'S FLUID In q units, plntx and small bottles.
t'AHTEHS COPYING INK in quarts, pints and pints.
JJKSf'S&'i? U1,11;1; VIOLIir in quarts, plntsand small bottles.
HUTLEK'H VIOLET In (inarti,
TUKAHUKY VIOLhT COPYING In quarts pints.
HTAFKOHD'S, all lslnds, In quarU, pints, pints two ounce
and oiitf ouiico sizes.
IIRENTANO'S I.ONHON HXCHEOUH JET
iuh"! ior lauies' ue Known.
The above Is onjy a list
RED INK and
Faber's and Eagle Pencil Co.'s
W. B. Carpenter c Co.'s
lUTCnll and see them. Correspondence Invited. Addies
FRAKS R. PHISTBR,
,UTnJM fvSWgfflGSB u'f&Z,. f3SBffmar
In older to supply the IncreaslogilenianiN'of our trado w me continually addlri; to our
supply of Siuvri and Tlnwaie.
REMEMBER OUR STOCK IS ALL NEW !
having been lecetitly with a vlow to to the wauts ot tills market. Cook Htovts nt
the bfit makes Heatlnu stoxes In L'lent Mantels and Giates ot every kind always
on hand anil sold at the LuWKMT KvTKS. ) 'nil and f xaiuine our now stiirk
sop I Corner Market and Thlul Htiui'ts, Maysvllle, Ky.
ffi COME AT LAST! SS
:The Bieatest leauctlon over known In the history of:
Farm Wagons, Wheat Drills,
Cider Mills, Wire Fencing Fan .Hills, Etc.,
Hut the most remarkable of all Is the asto.iudlus LOW PHICE ol the GENUINE
Manufactured Expressly For Us
From tho best material found In America, thus enabling us to warrant It equal to any made
In this or any other country. Laiuo Invoices are now bolim iccelved for tue Fair. All are
luvlted to call and see the work whether they desire to purchase or not.
MYALL, RILEY & PORTER,
No. 7, Second, and 18, Sutton Sts.,
THE BEST PLAGE
STOVES, i GRATES. MANTELS, TINWARE, liuij
Latest nnd most Improved styles ol Cooklim and Heatlnii Bloves, nindo at Whccllnir. v
Va of hot blast clihrcoal Iron warranted not to haven Alualo ouuceot scrap lu them. These
Stoves. 61 course, wear the longest.
HOVHK FUilNINIUNOUOODNofal) kinds and (holiest quality.
XHUIiK&H, It'll CltEAM FKKKZint It has no complications beyond the capacity of
a child. -,The can seta squarely uuvwhoriv Tho dasher is
I,irn.l! JtlKKIC VANIIINO Cheap and Effective. Best made.
UEKN OF ''JK WT WATJilt DltAWJ.lt, which saves hall of the labor of
water from a well or cistern. v
KAltliT IIKKAKFANTCOOKINO KTOVE, which Is admitted by all who have used It
to havo no superior, inu;auti see u. uau
have GOOD INK I
bianiN. Select your favorite nml call
HLACK INK, tho
ol Inks. All the lending braml of
retail dealers In :
aim seo us wneuier you wit.ii 10 uuy or noi.
BLATTERMAN & POWER,.