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THURSDAY EVE., MARCH 2, 18827" Kentucky coal is now sold at Lexington for 13 and 14 cents a bushel. Among the importation of foreign products, for sale in our city, we notice Irish potatoes from Scotland, and beans and sour kraut from Germany. The bill to repeal the tax for the support of the Agricultural and Mechanical College at Legington, came up in the House of Representatives on the 28th ult., and was laid on the table by a vote of 51 yeas to 30 nays. This vote is final so far the House is concerned, as the motion to lay on the table cannot bo debated, and if if could, it is claimed there is a majority for the college in the full House. The tax must therefore stand unless the matter is taken unto the courts, as it probably be will. The tax is unjust and against the spirit of the Constitution ana the courts, it is believed, will not sustain the illegal exaction. A o Tub convention of the so-called reform and independent Union-Democratic party met at Masonic Hall, Louisville, on the 2Sth ult., with a small attendance, the drumming up that has been done. R. T. Jacob was indorsed as a candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, and a set of resolutions were adopted, designed to be a tempting bait to gudgeons. The object and purpose of the new movement is expressed in the opening of the resolutions, in the declaration that the machinery of the present Democratic party in the State has been" seized by the liourbons, and that the Union soldier and civilian have been wholly ignored in the distribution of offices. This is all there is in the new movement to reform the Democratic party in Kentucky. There are not enough disappointed office seekers in the state to make the movement very formidable. Referring to the nomination of Mr. Conkling as a Justice of the Supreme Court, the Brooklyn Eagle says: "Roscoe Conkling would not make a great judge. The temper df his mind is not the judi. cial temper. His prejudices are mighty and he generally invests them with the dignity of convictions. An Arkansas lawyer who was elevated to the bench accepted the honor upon condition that he should not be required to take his seat until aftei the expiration of at least three months. "When asked why he desired this privilege he answered, in order that he might have time to overcome his disposition to get mad and swear. Mr. Conkling is too dignified to manifest passion and too pious to be profane, but ho has cultivated antipathies so long and so assiduously that'll is mind is as full of bristling points as a field of Canada thistles, and the task of growing the fine wheat of judicial impartiality in such a soil would be almost a hopeless one." The City Council of Lexington refuses to grant street railways the right of way over the streets of that citv. Cairo people are working like beavers to save their levies. If a break should! occur the town would be flooded. The district convention of Saints, at Dennisport, "Mass., have passed resolutions against Monnonism. Richmond, Ky., shipped 20,000 pounds of wool to Boston, and 10,000 pounds of harness leather to Chicago last Thursday. The Gazette says it is a certain fact that there is no small-pox in Lexington, and there has not been for three weeks. R. B. Hutchcraft, of Lexington, purchased, a few days since, 145,000 pounds of wool, at twenty-six cents per pound. It is said in Ashland, instead of doubt as to the guilt of Craft and Neal, the be lief that they are guilty is growing stron er. nr. o NEWS BREVITIES. Sarah Bernhardt is very ill at Genoa. A $30,000 fire occurred at Jackson, Tenn. Chicago lumber dealers have advanced prices. A large landslide has occurred near Akron, 0. Edward Stopher's house at Ashvillo, O., was robbed. The city hall, of Lancaster, O., has been condemned. David Foster, an old citizen of Lancaster O., i3 dead. Richard Barry, of Portsmouth, O., had his leg broken. More swindling mail contractors have been indicted. Small pox in a virulent form, is raging at "Wabash, Ind. Godfrey Ittner, an old citizen of Millers-burg, O., is dead. Theodore L. Menderson, of Warren, 0 is to be tried for forgerv. A'- superior quality of corfl. has been struck at Londonberry, O. Fifteen students of dentistry graduated at Indianapolis last night. Jennie Duncan shot and killed James liowlett at Milwaukee, Wi. The decrease in the public debt for February will be about $9,000,000. Near AVabash, Indiana, there has been a violent outbreak of small-pox. There are indications of a bull market on the New York Stock Exchange. Tobc Anderson stabbed Geo. "Willough-by with a knife, at Mt. Sterling, Ky. A four-year-old daughter of Jacob Klick was burned to death at Massallon, O. Several hundred street laborers have struck in Omaha, and a riot is feared. Sylvester Hood, nineteen vears old, committed suicide near Lock Rock, Wis. The Harrrison, O., furniture factory and I. C. and L. depot, were destroved bv firti yesterday. The Willard Hotel, of Louisville, Kv.f has been sold by the marshel of the court. David King, the ex-Sheriff who was so brutally beaten in a Ft. Wayne, Ind., sa loon, is ueau. The large flouring mill of Wrfcht oc Bodenhamer, of Filmore, Ind., was destroyed by fire. The public schools of Boston observed Longfellow's seventy-fifth birthday in an appropriate manner. There has been but little damage bv overflows along the Mississippi for one hundred miles above Memphis. Alfred Batten, of Columbus, O., was sentenced to twenty-one years' imprisonment forihe murder of Douglass Hester. A can of whilft hoinf taken from a wagon, near Bolivia, N. Y., exploded and two men were killed. A boy named Deputy was seriously injured at Seymoui', Ind., by fulling from a tree and alighting on a picket fence. The trial of Albert G. Iloge for the murder of Chartes Martin in August last, began at Bcllefontaine, O., yesterday. One freight train ran through another at a crossing near Syracusn, N. Y., the wreck taking fire and being partially destroyed. The seventh annual session of the Grand Lodge, Knights of Honor, began yesterday in Indianapoli3 with a large attendance. United States Marshni August Ash, of Virginia, Nov., committed suicide by shooting himself through the heart. Financial troubles and drink. At Milwaukee, Mrs. E. C. Swift committed suicide by drowning herself in a cistern in the back yard. She is believed to have been insane. The Iowa outlaws, Poker Wells and Bill Norris, were both literally riddled with bullets while attempting to escape from sheriffs Chandler and wilson. Mrs. Scoville has witten a letter in opposition to the confirmation of Conkling, attaching more blame to him in the murder of Garfield than to her brother. By a misplaced switch, the Cincinnati Express ran into a sidetracked freight near Chicago, causing a great smashup. The cngincex on the Cincinnati train was fatally hurt, and a tramp, stealing a ride on the freight, was fatally crushed. Othenwere more or less hurt. Dr. Fnizior's Root Bitters. Frnzier's Root Bitters are not a dram-shop whisky beverage, but are strictly medicinal in every sense. They act strougly upon the liver and kidneys, keep the bowels open and regular, make the weak strong, heal the lungs, build up the nerves and cleanse the blood and system of every impurity. For dizziness, rush of blood to the head tending to apoplexy, dyspepsia, fever and ague, dropsy, pimples and blotches, scrofulous humors nnd sores, tetter, ring worm, white swelling, erysipelas, sore eyes and for young men suffering from weakness or debility caused from imprudence, and to females In delicate health, Frazler's Root Bitters are especially recommended. Dr. Frazler : I have used two bottles of your Root Bitters for dyspepsia, dizziness, weakness and kidney disease, and they did me more good than the doctors and all the medicine I ever used. From the first dose I took I began to mend, and I am now In perfect health, and feel as well as I ever did. I consider your medicine one of the greatest blessings. Mks. M. Martin, Cleveland, O. Sold by George T. Wood at 51 per bottle. HENRY & CO., Sole Prop'rs. 02 Vesey Street, IS . Y. PILES! PILES! rims? A Sure Cure Found nl. Last No One Need Suffer! A sure cure for blind, bleeding, itching and ulcerated piles has been discovered by Dr. William, (an Indian remedy,) called Dr. Williams' Indian Ointment. A single box has cured the worst chronic cases of twenty-five or thirty years standing. No one need suffer five minutes alter applying this wonderful' soothing medicine. Lotions Instruments nnd do more harm than good. Williams' Ointment absorbs the tumors, alloys the Intense Itching, (particularly at night alter getting warm in bed,) acts as a poultice, gives instant and painless relief, and is preparded only for piles, Itching of the private parts, and nothing else. Read what the Hon. J. M. Cofllnberry, of Cleveland, says about Dr. William's rile Ointment; I lrave used scores of pile cures, and it affords me pleasure to say that I have never found anything which gave me such Immediate and permanent relief as Dr. Williams' Indian Ointment. For sale by George T. Wood or mailed on re ceipt of price, SI. HENRY & CO., Sole Prop'rs, 4. G2 Vesey . Street, N. Y. Skin Diseases Cured By Dn. Fraziek's Maoio Ointment. Cures as if by magic, pimples, black head or grubs, blotches and eruptions on the face, leaving the skin clear, healthy and beautiful. Also cures Itch, barber's itch, salt rheum, tetter.ringworm, scald head, chapped hands, sore nipples, sore lips, old obstinate ulcers and sores, &c. skin disease. F. Drake, Eq., Cleveland, 0., suffered beyond all description from a skin disease which appeared on his hands, head and face, and nearly destroyed his eye.. The most careful doctoring failed to help him, and after all had failed he used Dr. Frnzier's Magic Ointment and was cured by a few applications. The first and positive cure for skin diseases over discovered. Sent by mall on receipt of price, fifty cents. HENRY & CO., Sole Prop'rs. 02 Vesey Street, N. Y. For blind, bleeding, itching or ulcerated piles. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment is a sure cure. Price Si, by mall. For sale by George T. Wood, druggist. WWMMBMniMHaiW M WIWUBWWWWaWWHraMMBBOMB Tho cases of these CKLhllRATHD W ATChT.3 (beautifully ennrmed.) ore mnd of ttia new suhitltute for gold culled ALUMINIUM 001,1). Tho movements are of (he best Amer. lean Lever Pattern. They oro durable and relluble, and have the appearance of nJ'.'OO gold wateh. Sent by mall registered on receipt of tS and 5 threu cent stamps. Address AKCADti JKWIILRY CO. Importers, 'Jl Arcade, Cincinnati, O. Rare and Valuable Tobacco Seed, rnilE Celebrated North Carolina Gooch To-JL baoco, upon reliable authority sells from 85 cents to $2 per pound. 1 have a few packages of this pure and genuine Seed to dispose of at 50 cents per ounce, mailed to order. Apply to Wm. S. RAND, flldawtf Vanceburg, Ky. waHfca WA1TTS. NOTICE I will do merchant tailoring aid repairing in the best style and on short no-notice. Leave orders at George Cox & Sou's dry goods store and at my shop in the fifth ward. flOtf. HENRY WEDDING. FOR RJB9TT. KENT Two rooms formetly occupied IjiOK : by Dr. Shackleford us un office. The rooms will make good olllces. Apply at 1221wd, THIS OFFICE. for saub. MIt SAIE The two-story frame dwelling X. in Aberdeen, occupied by Capt. Win, Linton, will be sold at a bargain. House contains ten rooms, with ull conveniences nnd good garden. Apply to v i ? PUfM'PRn Court street. The store and dwelling house 7 property of Mr. Stevens, together with his stock scales, situated in Chester. For terms caM on (J212mdw.) G.S. J UDD, Court street. For Kip Icy, Dover, llijrsinsport, Cliilo, Foster, AIonco w, K w Kiclimomt and Cincinnati. MOKNINO M All E. S. Morgan, Master F. A. Bryson and Ronv McCall, Clerks. cyv"rn Leaving Alaysville at 11:39 i I j&mzu a. m. Arrlvlugat Cincinnati at 5 p. m. VaiJccbarK', Mu.i'Nvd Ic and (iiiciuimti Packet, W. I THOMPSON II. L. Redden, Capt. Moss Taylok, Purser. H. Redden and A. O. Moi sic, Clerks. Leaves vanconurg wunuays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Leaves Cincinnati Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. For lroight or passage apply on board. Vanecbury:, Homo, Concord. .Handles, ter and Muysvillc Daily Packet., 3IANJ)y Bni'CK Redden, Capt. R. L. BilUCE, Clerk. Trik i Loves Vniiceburg daily at 1inJllA I f - . .. i'.. .. xr .....2,1.. fJ OCIUUK 11. III. un imtysviiiu. Leaves Maysville at 1:30 p. m1 Goes to Ripley Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday. Connects at Manchester with stage for West Union. For freight or passage apply on board. UPPEK OHIO. Giiiciiinntf, Wheeling nml PiMsInirg. DAILY 5 P. M., PACKET LINE. J. N. Williamson, Sup't, Office 1 Pub. Lan'g. Monday SCOTIA F. Marattn. Tuesday St. LAWRENCE-Wm. LisL, Wed'y KATIE STOCKDALE.-Calhoon. Thursday HUDSON Sanlord. Frldav ANDES-O. Muhlemnn. Sat'y EMMA GRAHAM II. Knowles. Freight received on mc-, Coy's whartboat, foot Main St.. at all hours. J. Shearer mTTFfffiui & Co.,Roase & Mosset, Agents. Cincinnati, Portsmouth, nig Sandy A Pomeroy Packet Company. John Kyle, ?res. II. E. Gkkene, Sec L. Glenn, Treas. W. P. Walkek, Jr., Agent. C. and O. R. R. Packet eok Huntington. FLEETWOOD-Daily, A P. M. -BOSTON A. For Pomeroy and All Wai Landings. OHIO Mondays, Thursdays, 5 P. M. TELEGRAPH Tuesdays, Fiiduys, 5 P. M. POTOMAC Wednesdays, Saturdays, 5 P.M. Portsmouth, all Mall and Way Landing's. BONANZA. Tues'ys, Thurs'ys. Satur'ys, 12 M. Maysville, All Mail and Way Landings. MORNING MAIL Daily. Leave Cincinnati 7 A. M. Maysville, 3 P. M. Freight received on wharfc. boat, loot of Hroadway. C. M. HOLLO WAY. Suneriiw klla dent. GARDEN SEEDS" Wo have reopened our Seed Slore on MorketStreet above the Red Cornor Clothing Slore and have on hand au entirely new stock of DREER'S PHILADELPHIA GARDEN SEEDS We have also Seed Potatoes, Onion Setts, Greenhouse and Bedding Plants, Fruit and Ornamental Trees and Cabbage, Tomato and Sweet Potato Plants of all varieties In season, Also a full stock of Florists' Goods of all kinds at wholesale or retail. CUT FLOWERS Floral -AND gns. made to order at short notice. 12Hmdaw C. P. DIET ERICH & BRO. JOSE2FXX Fm JSRODRICK MAYSVILLE, KY. jrire, ,ijie and JxLarine. .