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John A. llroun Miontn Ills Wife Hd
Then Kills llltmcir.
Pii.hi.DKLrniA, March 30. John A.
Brown, aged U0 years, employed by
Junius A. Tukrott of 108 nud 110 Frank
lin street, New York city, phot hiswifo,
Mrs. E. B." Brown, aged -'4 years, yes
terday afternoon and then committed
euicirtu. Mrs Brown will recover.
Brown, who has not been living with
his wii'o for some time past, came here
lrom New Vork yesterday, and called
at the home of her father, where the
yonng wife has been living. Mrs.
Brown was upstairs at tho time, and,
being informed that her husband wished
to see her started down the front stairs.
"When about half way down her hus
band, who had remained standing in
the hallway, suddenly drew a revolver
and commenced firing at his wife. One
shot struck ner in tho back of tho head.
Brown then coolly walked into tho
parlor, placed the revolver behind his
right ear, and fired a bullet into his
brain, dying almost instantly. Tho
.woman was taken to University hos
pital, whore her injury was pronounced
not dangerous. Brown's body was
taken to the polico station.
Xv Xiitionul Hanks.
Washington, March 30. Tho comp
troller of tue currency has given au
thority for hc organization of the First
National bank of Columbiana, O., ai J
the City National bank of Marlin, Tex.
The comptroller lias authorized the
Harris National bank of Terrell, Tex.,
to begin business with a capital of
Cuso Thut I'ny.zlod Physician).
New YoitK, March 80. Thomas Ner
ins, the Brooklyn dry goods merchant,
whose case so strongly interested physi
cians, died in the Seney hospital
"Wednesday. He is the man from whose
back, near tho hips, was taken tho em
bryonic body of a male infant.
The Small-pox Scare.
No cases of small-pox have yet devel
oped in this city, notwithstanding reports
to the contrary.
Charles Travis, the patient on Mr.
John B. Peters' farm near Bernard, was
reported dead this morning, but this was
probably simply a rumor. One of Travis'
children was thought to be taking tiie
A family named Bogie living on Cap
tain Havis' farm near howisburg were at
the Travis home when the latter was
first taken sick, and a close watch will be
kept on them until all danger is past.
Increased Their Taxes.
The State Board of Equalization
Thursday made a raise in the assessment
of property in the following counties,
after hearing argument from committees
from each, appointed by the County
ISoono Lands, ral-ed f per cent.; lots not
HrecklnrWgc Lninl, raKed .'i per cent.; lots,
Bracken Lands, raised 17 per cent.: lots,
Butler Lands, rni-cil 5 per cent.; lots raised -'.
Carroll Lands, raised 13 per cent.; lots,
Hising slowly here. Falling at head
wateis. City of Vevay from and to Cincinnati
Due down: Telegraph from Pomeroy
The Wave and Wells, Augusta and
Vanceburg packets, are in and out on
Due up to-night : Kuth for Huntington,
St. Lawrence for Pomeroy and Hudson
Notice to Delinquent Tax-payers.
At the last meeting of the City Council
a motion was adopted directing the
Chief of Police to publish a list of all
tax-payers who are delinquent on April
1st, 1803. Tax-payers who have not yet
paid are hereby given due notice.
D. P. Ort, Chief of Police.
Oliver Twist To-night.
The Lyceum Theater Company will
appear in the most pretentious pro
duction of tho week, "Oliver Twist,"
to-night. Everybody man, woman and
child should see this play. As thero
has been considerable talk of this play a
largo house is expected.
Finn Insuranck. Duley & Baldwin.
AcrinKNT ins. tickets. V. R. Warder.
Lightning Hot Drops
What a Funnv Namel
Very True, but It Kills All Pain.
Sold Everywhore, Every Day
Without Relief, There is No Pari
Services in the First Presbyterian
Church to-morrow morning and evening
at the usual hour, conducted by the pas
tor. Church Sabbath school att):15 a. in.
Mission Sabbath school in tho German
Church at 'Jt:'.)Q p. in. Westminster Soci
ety of Christian Kndeavdr at 0:13 p. in.
Skkvicks in tho M. K. Church to-morrow
as follows: Sunday school at 0:13
a in., preaching at 10:110 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Young people's service for all the young
peoplo of the city, at IttiO p. m., led by
Miss Cartwright. Wo want you to feel
that you are personally invjted to join
with us for worship.
D. P. Holt, Pastor.
ainio irtevi I wiim i ! isiMUftiiivan. ifff
Miuo kpcrr. Fine WW
MVI YOBH U.B.A. f
THE OLD RELIABLE
Has stood the Test of Tlmo
MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER I
Ckntral City, Colo., March 80. Al
fred Martin and Henry James, minors,
were crushed to death in the Sleepy
Rnllmv miiin vestmilnv hv a mass of
dirt and rock which Ml upon them in a
Keview of tho Gruln and Live Stock Market
"or March 29.
Cuttle Prime, $5 605 76; good, tl 85
5 16; good butchers. H 254 76; rough fut,
$3 50&-1 60; lair light steers. $3 603 85;
fut cows ami heifers, 83 604 25; bulls,
htugs and cows, $3 003 75; fresh cows
uiul springers, 15 0040 00. Hogs Phii
udelphius, 5 00(($5 10; best mixed, 4 90
i 5; Yorkers. 54 754 IX); pigs, U 60g
4 70; rough, 3 004 75. Sheep Export
wethers, o Hodib 40; extra sheep, $5 00
D 20; good, ?1 !lo4 75; fair, $3 901 00;
best litiuhs, 5 SOftfiO 00; good lambs, f5 00
(g.5 60; cominou to fair, $2 524 50; veul
culvus, 3 00.4 60;
Wheat No. S red, 00c; No. 3 red, 69o.
Cuttle Voids htoaily at M 005 00; choice
to fancy, $5 255 50. Hogs Mixed puckers
15 055 10; good mediums, $5 105 1l;
roiiRhiCommouto choice, $4 004 CO; pigs,
M 764 85. Sheep unci lumbs Cholco to
export wethers, $5 255 60; export ewes,
$4 60(35 00; common to fulr, f3 454 00;
lambs, fuuey, to 855 90; good to cholco,
S5 6035 76; fulr to good, $4 605 25.
Wheat 59(300c. Corn 17(S4SJic. Cat
tle Select butchers, $3 00(l5 50; fair to
good, ?t 254 SX); common, f3 2o(?l IX).
II ogs Selected and prime butchers, $5 0C
5 10; packing, 1 b0(i?5 00; common to
rough, $4 2)4 75. Sheep $3 25j 50.
Lambs $3 2.'xfl5 50; spring lambs, S7 0U
Hogs Selected butchers, $3 155 30;
packers, $4 W&io 15. Cuttle Prime steers.
40 000 40; others, $3 60654 00; cows and
bulls, $2 004 25. Sheep $2 50(i4 75;
lumbs, $3 605 00.
Cattle $2 050 75. Sheep 3 254 76;
lambs, f 4 250 00.
DlayHvlllo Ketnll Market.
GREEN COFFEE U W -i-i 027
MOLASSES new crop, ! gallon So QOO
Golden Syrup 35 4U
Sorehum. fancy new 40
Extra C, V 5
A, $ tb 5
Granulated, 1 tb 5
i i i j i
ruivutruu, v u iy2
New Orleans, V tt 4k
TEAS 19 tb 601 00
BACON Breakfast,") tb 12K
Clearsldes, ty tb 8 10
Uams, tb 11 12
Shoulders, t) lb SU
BEANS V gallon 30 40
BUTTER- tb 20 25
CHICKENS-Each ;!0 IB
EGGS dozen 10
rLuuis Limestone, oarrei 94 uu
Old Gold, w barrel 4 00
Mny8vllle Fancy, 13 barrel 3 00 ,
Mason County, & barrel 3 00
Morning Glory .'jft barrel 3 00
Roller King, $ barrel 4 00
Magnolia, ) barrel 4
Blue Grass, $ barrel 3 75
Graham, W sack 15 (20
HONEY V tb 15 20
MEAL Tfl peck 20
LARD IP pound 910
ONIONS W peck 10
POTATOES Ifl peck , new ::o
APPliKfl w pwk .. no
corn .no. v yellow, 4!)'c; iNo. 3 yellow,
40c; No.8mlxed,48Kc- Uuts No. S white,
Boise: No. M white. 34 kc: No. 2 mixed. !12Un.
WAIT FOR THE WAGON
The above cut represents a Wagon that we present every boy
with lib SPRING SUIT, the price of Suit to range from $3 up. Tho
Wagons will bo hero about tho 15th of April. Boys who want their
Suits before that time will leave their name and call for the Wagon
when they come to hand.
HECHINGER & CO.
"Not a day but sees omo Rorrow
Sees Konic lircclous good decay ;
Something that our poor hearts cherMicil
From their yearning pns nwny."
TIr' truth embodied In the above linos lins
been recently vorlllcd In tho enso of Mr. nud
Mrs. W. II. Thonius, who mourn the early death
of their only child, I'carl, a fair, bright girl of
fourteen, who passed mvay on the 22nd instant
lit 2:23 a. in. Her disease was consumption
which the poets call the death of tho predes
tined. In reading the particular of her hist
hours one Is reminded of the fair youug girl
who Is the Mi bluet of one ofTcnnysoirs touehlng
poems; for, "All in the wild March, morning she
heard the angels call. It was when the moon
was setting and tho dark was over all in the
wild March morning she heard them call her
fioiilnnd up the valley camoaswell of music
on tho wind" ii music that only she could
hear; but the sorrowing watchers saw a radi
ance, on her face when she spoke of Heaven.
Her last words will llvo forever In tho hearts
of her bereaved parents: "1 love you papa and
mama; do not grieve for me: you ought to
rejoice that my suirerings are over ; be good and
come to me; I will bo watching for you." Al
most her last words weie, "1 always thought It
would be so bard to die, but It Is not." Then
she added, "music 1 music I music! I am
nearly there now; "I see Heaven" and with
hardly n struggle her soul passed away, "To
live within the light of God wnerc tho weary arc
Boots and shoes at a sacrifice at A.
IIonan'8. You can buy them for less
than tho makers' cost.
W. II. Means, Assignee.
Those winged harbingers of spring,
the martins, arrived Thursday.
that is the date
of a letter from Mr. Jas.
E. Brown, 524 Pacific
Ave., Dallas, Tex. He
lost his strength from
overwork, like so many
others, and took
"Brown's Iron Bitters
is tho best medicine I
havo ever taken. I had
been suffering for a year
from extreme weakness,
caused bv overwork, and
two bottles renewed my
strength entirely. I am
glad to say so.
Not a miracle, but just
another cure brought
about by Brown's Iron
Bitters. Do you take it?
LOOK FOR CROSSED RED
LINES ON WRAPPER
BROWN CHEM. CO. Balto., fid.
WANTED I'osltlon on a farm as tenant.
Best of references given. Have three boys
large enough to n.lst In rulslng tobacco. Apply
at this olllce. 17-dif
WANThU HV u competent lady teacher, a
school. The best of references given as to
character and competency. Apply or address
this o Dice. 3-tf
FOR KENT Frame dwelling In rear of Chris
thin Church ; also the second story of brick
shop on Fourth street over John Crane's paint
shop. Apply to D. l FRAZEE or II. C. BARKLKY.
1710R RENT Store on Second street occupied
; by Mr. Williams. Also two rooms over
George T. Wood's drug store.
Apply to MRS. J.
LOST Last evening between Washington and
Maysvllle a door key. Kinder will please
leavcitat thisoillce. :J0-2t
LOST Thursday night between the Christian
Church and tho old gas factory, npairotgold
spectacles in a black leather caso with Dr. Land
man's name on them. Finder will please return
them to this ouicc. IG-dtf
Just What You Want!
We have received a large stock of
fine, selected Spring Goods in new,
bright, stylish and cheapMMMaH
ITO'S HP BOYS' CLOTHING!
In all the leading styles, marked down to suit the hard times.
Square or round corners, Sack or Frock, Single or Doublo-Breasted,
tho very best make, and we offer to give you bargains which will sur
prise you suck as was never before given in tho history of Clothing.
It is your special opportunity to visit our store and inspect our as
sortment of all tho newest Spring designs, and wo feel confident for
you to see them means for you to buy them. Wo positively claim
that no such lino goods was over before offered for such low prices.
You will be wise to come early and got first choice.
The Misfit Clothing Parlor,
Leaders of Low Prices, 128 Market St.
Everything reduced to rock
bottom prices for cash.
t can Big D. Tomatoes 7c
1 can Peeled Baltimore Teaches 12c
1 can best California Peaches 15c
1 can California Long Chief l'eaches.,.17c
1 can best California Apricots lfic
1 can best California Pears 17o
1 can best Pio Peaches 8c
1 can best 3-pouud Apples 8c
1 can best gallon Apples 21c
1 can best string Beans 7c
1 can best Gibs Teas 10c
1 can best Pumpkin 7c
I can best Sugar Corn 8c
1 can best new Yarmouth Corn 10c
1 can best Wliymnu Corn 12c
1 can best Red Salmon 12c
1 can best Kidney Beaus 8c
3 pounds Evaporated Peaches 25c
:! poundsICalifornla Prunes.- 25c
Headquarters for Game, Dressed Poultry, Oys
ters and Celery. The People's Cheap Grocery,
CUMMINS & REDMOND,
Successors to mil A Co.
WE HAVE THE BEST SE-
tCTtn Hue nr VMAQI
rrwt lu Afire rVDrm EH1!
uuuw in jvn bArbni-
NOVELTIES in Celluloid,
Plush, Wood and Metal Goods.
Handsome assortment of Stand
and Triplicate Mirrors.
CUT GLASS BOTTLES AND
Farmers and Livery Stable
G. N. CKAWFOKD, the leading Blacksmith on
Kast Second street, having in his employ a prac
tical workman and an
would be glad at all times to accommodate his
old customers. Aside from Horseshoeing, lie is
prepared to do all kinds of work with neatness
and dispatch, having on hand at all times Spring
Wagons, Carts, Handcarts and Sleds at the lowcs
The stockholders of the Mason and llracken
and Maysvllle and Lexington Turnpike Road
Companies will meet at tho otllcu of Duley and
Jlaldwin. Maysvllle. Ky., MONDAY, April 1, WW,
nt 10 and U o'clock respectively for the annual
election of oftleers.
W. V. KALDWIK, President.
The ktockholders of the Maple Turnpike will
meet at the same placo for same purpose, at 12 m.
td A. It. w;a8COCK, President.
Second Street, Near Limestone,
LOCK AND GUNSMITH.
Repairing of all kinds done promptly and op
MAYSVfLLE STEAM LAUNDRY
and DYE WORKS,
124 Third ttreet. Ladles' and' Gentlemen's Gar
ments Cleantd, Dyed and Pressed Hotand, cold
Baths in connection.
CfKfej HORSE i?Vw
JjACK BILLS Mil
grNcatly executed at& JW ,n.
me Bulletin omee.gTv T 1 f
W. L. Douglas
122 QEJtfC 1 3 THE BEST.
tM& fflW&riTFOR A KINO.
:4.3.sp fine Calf&KAngarool
'SEND FOR CATALOGUE
Over One Million People wear the
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All our shoes are equally satisfactory
They give the best value for the monev.
1 ney equal custom anoes in style and lit.
Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed.
The prices are uniform, stamped on sole.
From $1 to $3 saved over othermake.
If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by
Dealer, whose name will shortly appear here
Agents wanted. Apply nt once.
LaGrippeCan Be Cured !
If you have La Grippe or "that tired feeling"
which attends it, get
IT WILL CURE YOU IX TEX DKYS
Testimonial I had the La Grippe and was
given up to die. I took Dr. ferry's Cure and wag
on my feet lu two weeks. I regard It an a specific.
. . A.W.SMITH,
Agent for John P. Morton A Co., Louisville, Ky.
This mcdlcino ran be had onlv at the Drue
Store of J. J. WOOD, Second and Market utreets,
Maysvllle, Mayslirk, Helena, Helena Statiou and
Messages promptly delivered. Ilates reasonable.
Maysvllle offlco at the oftlco of Wells & Ander
son's livery stable, on Market street.
H. G. WELLS, General Manager.
-jut k. aroioitB,
Granite, Marble and
All kinds of Monumental work doue In the belt
manner. Second street, abovo opera house.
W. ZWKIOAIIT, ,m
DAILY MEAT MARKET.
Miser of Second and Button 0tr4f.
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