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THTJRSDAY, JULY 15, 1886.
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Publishers and Proprietors..
To Whom ADDniak AM. Communications.
White soap 5 cento, at Calhoun's.
Eveiiybodt invited to hear Waters on
Thk Mayavitle C9tton Milla willroaumo
operations next Monday.
Telephone W. B. Mathews & Co. from
Owens, Mitchol & Co's. hardware store.
The booth privileges of tho Young
Men's Fair will be sold on tho 31st ol this
Ad. Mitchell, formorly of this city,
has accepted a situation with J. 0. Hopple
! Co., of Cincinnati.
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LobK.out for Richard R. Waters at tbo
court house Friday evening July 16th
on " Some Mistakes of Ingorsoll."
A rabe treat for Maysvillo, ''Some
Mistakes of Ingersoll " by Waters, Friday
evening, Admission 25 cents; children
The Blue Qrass Hedge Fenco Company,
of Versailles, Ky., recently declared
a dividend of 12 per cent on its capital of
'Have used Tongalino in neuralgia with
perfect success ; one was a case of neuralgia
of the heart. J. H. Clarko, M. D.,
Catalogues of theLatonia Fair, which
will begin August 24th, can be had by
addressing E. 0. Hopper, Secretary,
Covington, Ky. 4
Mibs Mattie Woiiiuck entertained sev
eral of hor young friends Tuesday evening
in honor of her guest, Miss Alice
Higginbotham, of Cincinnati.
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The lightest, strongest and most
spectacles made are the Diamond.
They are for sale by Ballenger, the jeweler,
and every pair is warranted.
Dick Young, of Maysville, came up
yestorday and took home with him Mr.
L. B. M. Bedford's fine young stallion,
Eastman, to put him in training. Bourbon
Durino tho storm Wednesday morning,
lightning struck a tree at B. 0.
residence, on Tuckahoo, and killed
four chickens and four turkeys that
were roosting in it.
The averago attendance at tho Maysville
Baptist Sunday School for the quarter
ending June 30, was 104; tho total
contribution, $39.47; and the number of
chapters read in tho Bible 4,108.
The Young Men's Kentucky Fair
promises .to surpass anything of the kind
in this section. It was a bucccss last
year. Tho 18th of August is when it begins.
All premiums paid in gold.
TIie catalogue and prospectus for 1885-6
of the East Kentucky Normal School, at
Citlettsburg,. is at band. It is an excellent
educational institution, and iB presided
over by Mrs. N. S. Williams.
pupils graduated from tho
colleges at Lexington this year twenty
from Sayre Institute, fifteen from Hamilton
Female College, fourteen from Kentucky
Bible College, seven from Kentucky
Unlvorslty and three from tho
James Hickby, who resides a short distance
from this place, lost about 500 bush
els of wheat Tuesday morning. Ho bad
threshed tho day before and left tho wheat
in tho field, covered with straw. It waB
struck by lightning during the storm and
ruined by tho fire and Bmoko.
To most children the bare suggestion
of a dose of castor oil is nauseating. Why
not, thon, when physic is necessary for
tho little ones, ubo Ayer's Cathartic Pills?
They combine every essential and valuable
principlo of a cathartic rnodiclne, and
being sugar-coated are easily taken.
Almost every person-has Bomo form of
scrofulous poison latont in hisSreius..
Whon this poison develops in scrofulous
eores, ulcers', or eruptions, rhoumatism
or organic diseases, the suffering is
Hence tho gratitude of those who
discover that Ayer's Sarsaparilla will
eradicate this evil.
Yonng Men's Fair.
Tho Young Hen's Kentucky Fair at
ibis placo was a' success last yoar, but tho
company proposes to make tho next
meeting Aug. 18 to 21 eclipse all previous
efforts in that lino in this seclionof
tho State. An excellent programme has
been arranged, and a glorious time can bo
counted op, A fino show of livo stock, a
grand display of manufactures I Two races
each day. Tho entries for tho races include
some ot the fastest trotters in the
Stato. With improved grounds an
premium li, now attractions and
amusements, tho meeting Is sure to prove
aBuccees. Premiums all paid in gold I
Remember tho dates and bo there.
Quarrel Over Two Cents Results In
the Killing of "Dutch Henry .
Luther ItlckettH, tlio Slayer, Surrenders
to the Authorities at
A difficulty which resulted in tho
shooting and killing of Henry Bureika, one
of tho participants, occurred yesterday
about half-past 12 o'clock, on tbo Sardis
and Blue Licks Turnpike, about seven
miles from the former place. Tho particulars
of the unfortunate affair as obtained
by tolephono this morning are
about as follows:
Honry Bureika, bottor known as
"Dutch Honry," had kept tho tollgate at
tbo point where the killing occurred
which is in Robertson County for
years past, and had run a country
store in connection with it. Ho was well
known in all that section, and had Baved
up considerable of this world's goods.
Luther Ricketts, the party who did tho
shooting, is a young man, only seventeen
yoara of age, and is a son of Wm. Ricketts.
They reside in that vicinity. Young
Ricketts had been to Sardis, and was returning
homo on horseback. Ho arrived
at place of business
about half-past 12 o'clock. In settling
for tho toll, a dispute aroso over the
trifljngsumof two cents. Bureika claimed
that that much was due him and had to bo
paid. Ricketts denied owing it, and said
it would havo. to bo collected by law, if
collected at all' from him. The dispute
waxed warm, and one word brought on
another until finally Bureika seized a
shovel lying near and struck at Ricketts
who was still on his horso. Bureika then
attempted to pass around tho animal, but
while doing so, Ricketts drew his pistol
and fired, tho ball taking effect in or near
bis assailant's left eye and causing death
almost instantly. A party named Dotson
is tho only one who witnessed the affair.
KicKotie, as soon as tho killing bad occurred,
went to Mt Olivet and surren
dered to the authorities, and ia now in
The abovo are tho particulars as learned
at this office. Tho sympathy of tho com
munity is, we are told, all with young
Ricketts, and ho will therefore likely bo
acquitted. Buroika leaves an estate valued,
at between $50,000 and $100,000.
His, remains will be interred at Washington.
Since' writing the above, we
learn that the deceased and some of the
Ricketts family had some trouble several
days ago over a few dozen eggs, but young
Ricketts was not concerned in it.
The storm Wednesday morning blew
the music stand at the fairgrounds down
and made a complete wreck of it. A tree
in Rev. Father Glorieux's yard was blown
down and damaged his fence to the extent
of about ten dollars.
A colored camp meeting in Nicholas
County broke up in a goneral row Sunday;
" Razars " flashed in the sunlight,
and tho ever-ready pistol was rath,or
numerous. Over forty shots were fired
in the hand to hand encounter. Ono
man, Joe Myng, of Millersburg, was killed
and three others wounded, perhaps
Miss Mary O'Donnell entertained
quite a number of hor friends at the residence
of her parents on Market street
last evening, tho, occasion being hor seventeenth
birthday. The hours wero passed
very pleasantly in games and vocal and
instrumental music. Refreshments were
served during tho evening, and all wished
the fair young hostess many returns of
tho happy occasion.
As will bo soon elsewhere, tho Morrison
heirs give notice that no further compromise
will bo made of tho title to a
largo.lot of in this city which
has been claimed by them for years.
Their attornoy, M. M. Brown, of Chicago,
was here yestorday. Since ho left, wo
havo been informed that tho heirs will
bring suit in tho United States Court for
possession of tho property.
At tho last regular meeting of Union
Ono Hundred and Fivo, O. M. I. U. of A.,
tho following officers -were elected for tho
ensuing term :
Presldont M. F. Kehoo.
Vlco Presldont Joseph Thompson.
Corresponding Secretary L. A. Nudon.
Financial Sooretary William A. Cole.
Treasurer W. U. Arohdeaoon.
Executive Boatd Fred Bertram, Jno Gelse,
Joseph Thompson, William Mitchell, Jam 03
To Whom It May Concern.
For tbo past year tbo undersigned havo
tried to effect a compromise on Morrison
title property in the city of Maysvillo
without satisfactory results. In consequence
of which, it has become necessary
to placo said estate in tho hands of our
attornoy, M. M. Brown, 150 Washington
street, Chicago, III. No further compromises
will be ma'do.
Florence Qoincktv nee Morrison.
Frank C, Morrison. 14d6t
Circuit Court Proceedings.
But little was done on the second day
of the present term. The, grand jury reported
un indictment against Ohas. Ram-Bey,
for shooting and wpuuding a party
on a family boat abovo tho Ripley 'forry
landing a fow weeks ago, the full particulars
of which were given at tho time.
Tho wounded man. has since about recovered,
but Ramsey stands a good
chance of serving the Stato, if tho particulars
of tho affair aro as reported.
Three indictments were also reported
against Charles Williams, colored, for
petit larceny. Williams is the negro who
Btole several articles from the railroad
hands near the mouth of Cabin Creek a
few weeks since, and was captured tho
next morning in Chester whilo attempting
to escapo with his " boodle." He Bails
undor an alias of John Williams', and
and also .of John White, at times, and
hails from "old Virginny." George W.
Adair, Esq., was this morning appointed
to dofend him.
Tho minutes against Joseph H. Dod-son,
charged with shooting and killing
James G. White, were returned into
court by the grand jury dismissed, and
the accused was discharged from further
custody, and his bail exonerated. Tho
samo order was entered in the case of
Joseph Hechingor for shooting at another
without wounding. Tho particulars of
tbo affairs aro still fresh in the minds of
our readers, and need no repetition here.
The trial of Samuel Shafer, for shooting
and wounding John T. Soars, was
yesterday. Tho parties aro both
farmers and reside in the Orangeburg
precinct. The trouble occurred last March.
Shafer went to Sears' house after a plow,
and had picked it up. Sears ordered him
off tho premises, and threw a rock. His
son also threw a rock. Shafer dropped
the plow and pulled his pistol. It went
off and tho hall wounded Sears in the
groin. Shafer, according to the report,
afterwards snapped tho pistol at Sears
onco, and at Sears' son twice.
Mr. Charles Ort, of Ohio, is visiting his
relatives in this city.
Pinckard King, of St. Louis, is visiting
relatives in this city.
Dr. 8am Worthington, of Versailles,
Ky., was hero this morning.
Mrs. Thomas A. Ross and family are
visiting at Belle Grove Springs, in the
interior of the State.
Miss Isa Norris has returned to her
home at Ripley aftor u visit of several
days to MIbs Florence' Yago.
Colonel Oscar Turner and Capt. Stone
are tho only Democrats who have an
nounced their candidacy for Congress in
the Paducah district.
W.,M. Viser, agent of the Paris Hedgo
Fenco Company, is here to spend several
days. He was formerly with the Dayton
Hedge Company, of Dayton, Ohio, and
was recently granted a patent on a hedge,
which is a decided improvement on the
Mr. H. A. Power, tho handsome representative
of Flach & Brothers, wholesale
grocers, known as tho "Big Four"
Fancy Grocery House of the Queen City,
was in town this week on bis regular
rounds. Power is a fancy man himself,
and of course he sells more fancy groceries
than any other half dozen men in the
business. He is a quiet, say-nothing sort
of a follow, and has a far away and poetical
look, like Anderson Ciesar
but at tho samo time ho has an
eye for tho beautiful and is a great lover
of tho ladies. Lexington Drummer.
Stationary at Pittsburg.
Big Sandy is rising at all points.
Kanawha six feet at Charleston and
Heavy rains fell atPittsburg, Charleston
and other points abovo hero Tuesday.
The St. Lawrence, for Cincinnati at
11:30 a. m., and tho Handy, for Portsmouth
at 12 m., leave daily except Sunday.
Duo up to-night: Bonanza, Portsmouth,
8 o'clock; Bo3tona, Pomeroy, 12
o'clock. Duo down: Big Sandy to-night
at 12 o'clock.
Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers.
Tho handsomest display of laco curtains
and curtain nets in tho city, at
Paul Hoeflich & Bro's.
See our elegant display of wash dress
goods and trimmings. Prices tho lowest,
Paul Hoeflich & Bro's.
JuBt received new styles of wall paper
and window shades. Call and boo
them at J. 0. Pecbr & Co.'s.
You will find a complete assortment of
artist's materials jUBtrecoivod direct from
eastern importers at G. W. Blatterman
A lot on Fourth street for salo 33 by
150 feet an alloy on tho aide; price,
$350. Apply to Joseph F.'Brodrick, at
office of McOrackon & Chamberlain.
Wednesday, July 14, to' tho wlfo of Thomas
Bentcney, a daughter.
Scintillations From Gretna.
Doputy Sheriff Heblltlg: vt&S In town Friday
The drug st6ro keep tne 00 ebrated Indian
remedy, Modoc oil.
Miss Lizzie Qalbrnlth, of Manchester, is
vlftltlugher relatives here.
Pearco Bros. Milling Company have boun
to receive wheat at the mammoth warehouse.
T. O. Carr, that Is Mayor Tom, Is closlnu out
the DotiV atoctc of srocrlea, notions Ac, nt
ustouUutngly low prices.
Mr. Johnston, manager of the Ohio Valley
Flour Mills o( this place, Is
the putting ot new roileis In the mill.
MUs Jeannte Warnock. daughter of Dr.
J. K. Warnock. of Maysville. Is vlstlng Mr.
Ed. Arthur and wife during tho heated terra.
Will Campbell, familiarly called Iker, and
Martin dmlth have returned from a successful
season of tobacco prizing near Versailles,
Deputy Grand Chancelor, J. M. Hhaw, officiated
as Installing officer nt the Knights of
1'vthlns Installation of officers on last Thurs
8. M. Hudson Is tho man to get your coal
from. You gel every pound you pay tor and
good coal at low prices. Office and yard on
Locust street. All kinds ot welghlug promptly
The estimable wife of Wm. Hutchinson , one
of our promlnont farmers, died on Thursday
last and was burled an Friday. Her remains
wore followed by a largo concourse of sorrowing
friends and relatives to their last
They say that the adding of two inches to
tho height ol the Standing collars meets with
the unanimous approval of tho dudes. It
will canso them to carry their headi more
erect, and thereby keep the steel In their corsets
from punching their ribs. Don't chew
H. 8. True, Mayor of Dover, Ky., was In
town Tuesday, hand-shaking with tils host of
frlonds. Sam usel to be n resldont of this
placo nud ono who gained many friends by
his straight-forward, honest dealing. The
sun never shone on a nobler man, which his
legions of friends will attest.
The meanest thing on earth Is to go around
And try to traduce and vilify a person who
Is trying to makeallvlngln the same kind of
buMnesi as jourealf. This lsbelngdono every
day, close here abouts. and the parties who
are doing it are going to get the worst blowing
upbelorelong, that they ever esporlenccd
In this world. Tho thermoruetir will reach nt
least 90U' In their locality.
Dear Reader, with our Bleeves rolled up and
lead-pencil stub In hand, we hasten to letyou
know that the mother-in-law has boon a much
abused person. From a stand point ot obser
vation ot laic, we nonce sne is not near so
unruly nud intractable as represented. We
have noticed them when they wero as kind
and lollcltous of their dear as they
woutd be of n new spring bonnet, and. on
the other han 1. we have seen them with blood
In their eyos and broom In hand ssllln gin to
clean out tho whole establishment. But this
Is nu extremecase. Ueneraliy If you let them
control the earth, they areas easy to get along
with us other folks, XXX.
Ilncklen'8 Arnica Salve.
The best salvo in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
tores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains
corns, and all skin eruptions, and
positively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For sale by J. O. Pecor & Co.
Excitement in Texas.
Great excitement has been caused in
the vicinity of Paris, Tex., by the remarkable
recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley,
who was so helpless he could not turn in
bed, or raiso his head ; everybody said he
was dying of consumption. A trial bottle
of "Dr. King's New Discovory was sent
him. Finding relief, ho bought a large
bottle and a box of Dr. King's New Life
Pills ; by the timo he had taken two
boxes of pills and two bottles of the Discovery,
ho was well and had gained in
flesh thirty-six pounds. Trial bottles of
this great discovery for consumption free
at J. C. Pecor & Co's.
Do You Know
That DuLac's Swiss Balsam is the best
remedy for coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis,
That Swiss Balsam will euro that neglected
cold. Delays are dangerous.
That Swiss Balsam contains no
or opium, thus making it the best
and safest cough remedy for children.
Pleasant to .take.
That this' valuable remedy only costs
25 cents a bottle and can be had at J. O.
Pecor & Oo.'s.
FURNI8UKD BY W. A. NORTON.
Yesterday's Closing August wheat, 79i;
corn, 88i ; pork. 9 90.
September wheat. 80; corn, 30; pork,
August wheat, 7 78J,78Ji ; corn, 3 38,
33' i; pork. 9 90.
September wheat. 80Wf, 80K. 80M; corn, 39M,
39)4, 30$: pork, 10 00, 9 WK.fO 00-
Coffee V 1&M.....M ... M....M... 104il5
Molasses, new crop, per gal 30(350
Molasses, old crop, D gal........ 30
Uolden Syrup 30
Sorgura, Fancy New ..-. 30
Sugar, yellow to lb I 67
Sugar, extra 0., V tt 737H
DllSflF A i(i ID o
Sugar, granulated $ lb 8i
Sugar, powdered, per lb . 10
Sugar, Now Orleans, $ lb..... t)K7
Teas, l m iO&l 00
Coal Oil, bend light V gal 15
PROVISIONS AND COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Apples, per pock.... .. 153S0
llacon, breakfast V tb 10
Bacon, clear Bides, per lb....... 8
llacon. Hams.) D5...M 10ftl2
Bacon, Shoulders, per lb 7(98
Beans V cal. ......... ............. 2025
HUttOr.Yl .. ........ .M.M................M.M 1(10
CblckenN, eaoh 1520
Apples, drlod. per lb , 6
Peaches, dried, per lb 6
Eggs, V dot- ... - 10
Flour, Llmestono, per parrel .. ifl 00
Flour, Old Gold, per barrel 6 00
Flour, Maysville Fancy, per barrel-., b 25
Flour, Mason County per barrel 6 25
Flour, Royal Patent, per barrel...... 6 50
Flour, Urabum, per sack 40
Flour, Maysville Family, per barrel.., 5 50
Honey, per lb. ....... .M... ...... ........ IS
Hominy, V gallon......... 15
Aleai W pOO&H.M.M.l.lM.H.tMt.llHM,(M.IWM. 10
L&rQiii lo... .......,....... ...... M....M.... o
Onions. Der peck......'... 85
PotatoeH v peck, m................ 0
l'ropr Treattueat For Conghs,
That the reader raay'fully understand what
constitutes a uood Couch and Lung SvruD.
wo will say that Tar and Wild Cherry is the
basis of tlio best remedies yet discovered.
These ingredients with several others equally
asefflcaolons, entelargely into Dr. Bosankors
Congu and Lung Syrup, thus making it ono
oi tne most reiiaoio now on mb marsei.
Price 50 cents and Jl.OO. samples free. Bold
by. George T. Wood, Druggist.
B"T Bend e senta lor postage
aaal receive' free, ai costly
M)x. ot goods, -which -will
Bathuln you to more money
rlehtawnv than anything elso in this world.
All', of either sox succeed from the flint hours
The broad road to fortune opons before the
workers, absolutely' sure. At once address
TRTJB A CO., Augusta, Maine.
What Can 60 Done.
By trying and keeping up courago
many things seemingly impossible may
be attained. Hundreds of hopeless cases
of kidney and liver complaint havo boon
cured oy Electric Bitters, after everything
else had been tried in vain. So,
don't think there is no cure for you, but
try Electric Bitters. There is no medicine
bo safe, so pure, and so perfect a blood
purifier. Electric Bitters will euro .dyspepsia,
diabetes and all diseases of the
kidneys. Invaluable in affections of
stomach and liver, and overcome all urinary
difficulties. Largo bottle only 50
cents at. J. O. Pecor.it Co's. .
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
strength and wholtsomeness. Mora economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot
be sold In competition with the multitude of
low test, short weight alum or phosphato
powdors. Sold only in cant. ROYAL BAKING
POWDEU CO., 106 Wall Bt., New York.
6.000 bushels of Damson Plums.
WANTED cash price. L. HILL. JUdtf
wbltoor blade, to cook
WANTED-Couple, general work about house and
garden. Man and wife prefered. Apply at
this office. 12dtf
OR SALE A House and Large Lot in the
Fifth ward two rooms, kitchen and
porch. Apply to MRS. ELIZA BKEKN,
Kltth ward. lSdSt
SA LE A twenty-five horse power engine,
FOR cylinder 10x12 Inches, made by J. M.
Nagfe, Erie, Pa. In boat condition. Can be
seen In operation at the establishment of tho
Maytvllle Manufacturing Company, this city.
Reason for belling, larger one needed. lOdtf
T70RSALE A frame cottage containing
C four rooihs, fronting on Third street. In
Fifth ward; good cellar, outbuildings, and a
flneclstern. Lotls40bvlR5feetlnnlze. Price
11.100. Apply at this office.
SALE-A lot of slightly sollod Harness
I?OR be sold cheap. Call and see before
purchasing elsewhere, J. C. MILLER,
slto Daulton's stable.
OR 8ALB The brick residence situated In
? the brick row. below Wall street,
pie by A. R. Bursess. Will be offered at
public auction on tne premises, on uaturuay,
JuiyiH, i8so, uho'ciock p. m.,u not soia do
fore, Parties desiring to purchase can learn
nrlc by calling on W. W. Ball, at County
Clerk's ofllco. 15d9t K. O. PILES.
RKNT The store room now occupied
FOR Runynn & Hocltor. Possession gtven
1st of September. Also room oversnme store.
Apply to W. S. M00RE8. J 29.11m
RENT Two residences well located
FOR on reasonable terms.
m!5tf A. M. J. COCHRAN.
TJOIt RENT The dwelling with bar attach-
t? ed in the old Goddard House, on Market
street, now occupied by N. Gnllonsteln, Esq.
possession given January uin isso. Apply
to N. G0LLEN8TEIN or 6. 8. WALL. Agent
On Sunday, between Mrs. James A.
Johnson'sandChuroho Nativity, a small
Scarf Pin in shape of horse. Finder will
please return to this offlce and receive reward.
A lull blnod Terrier Bitch, with
brown spot on eyes. Please leave information
at this omoe. 6tt
HERE WE ARE
Within the Reach of All.
Meal, her bushel 50
1 gal. best Sorghum Molasses. 25
1 gal. best Golden Byrup 30
Ivory Soap, per bar 6
18 lbs. Good Brown Sugar.... .. 1 00
ie lbs. Light Brown Sugar...... 1 00
60 lbs. Family Flpur.... 1 00
2 packages Cercallno 25
1 gal. best Coal Oil.. 10
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CEO. EC. HEISJEHi.
LOOK AT THIS:
1 gal. choice N. O. Molasses.... ..-.....8 35
1 gal. Marrowfat Beans ,-... 25
5 lbs, Prunes 25
6 lbs, choice half-dried Peaches....... 25
Headquarters for flneTea 40,60 and 60 cents
per lb. Strawberries, and all kinds of Southern
Onre for 1'lles.
Files are frequently prooeded by a sense of
weight in the back, loins and lower part ot
the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose
he has some affection of the kidneys or neighboring
organs. At times, syrup tons of Indigestion
are present, as flatulency, unoaslnosa
of tho stomach, etc A moisture, like perspiration,
producing a very disagreeable itching
after getting warm, is a common attendant.
BllndTbleedlng and itching piles yield at once
to the application of Dr. Bosancos Pile Remedy,
which acts directly upen the parts affected,
absorbing the tumors, allaying the In.
tense ltohtng, and atleotlng a , permanent cure..
Price 50 cents. Address the Dr. Bosanoo Med.
lclneCo.,Plqua. O. Bold by Geo. T. Wood.
m II. N. SMITH,
Nitrous-oxide, or laughing gasMRMr
tued for the painless extraction f WA
teeth. Offlceon Court street. aplSdly