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SATURDAY EVE., MARCH 4, 1882. The war on temperance in Ilenrv county is becoming popular and aggressive. Owing to the crop failure, nearly one hundred Spencer-county families are in a starving condition. Tun court martial of Sergeant Mason at Washington has ended, but the finding has not yet been made public. Dujcixg the recent flood Green river has been within five feet of the '07 rise. Several towns in McLean count v have been completely inundated. The Disappointed Oflicc Seeker's Party, that endeavored lo organize at Louisville a few days ago, for the purpose of reforming the Democratic parly in Kentucky has captured a valliant recruit in the person of the editor of the Maysville republican. II is experience as a reformer will, no doubt, be of vast service to his new friends. Tun Republicans are giving the oold shoulder to the Mc Henry party. A largely attended meeting was held at Louisville, Thursday, and resolutions were adopted condemning the proposed coalition with the disappointed Democratic ofiice seekers. It" was decided to support a straight Hepublieau nomination for Clerk of the Court of Appeals. A co.mmittkh of the Kentucky Legislature is investigating the charges of inhuman treatment of state convicts on the Big Sandy Railroad. It has been pretty well established that they have been fed on the worst kind of food and several have died from the severe punishment inflicted, because of their inability to work while sick. The investigation should be a thorough one and the responsible parties, if guilty, made to answer for their cruelty and inhumanity. This year will be an important one from a political standpoint. There is an entirely new House of Representatives to be chosen, with thirty-two additional members. Besides this, the following nineteen slates elect governors and state officers: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Kansas, Kentucky, Maino, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nebraska Nevada, New Hampshire, New York. Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas. The legislatures to be chosen will elect one-third of the next Senate of the United States. Tins testimony of Ex-Custodian Pitney given before he committee on investigation of the expenditures of the contingent fund of the Treasury, and which was suppressed by Secretary Windnm, is at last laid before the public, and makes: a very interesting story. It shows that Mr. Sherman's "Presidential Headquarters" at Washington, were furnished wiule he was the Secretary of the Treasury at the government's expense, and that lemonades, lunches, serenades, etc, were paid for in tho samo way. A large quantity of stationery used by tho committee representing Mr. Sherman's interest, was charged to the government as official file-holders and paid for with public money. When tho investigation began, gnd Pitney and his accomplices found themselves pushed to the wall on account of these stealings, they paid back into the Treasury the greater part of the money, two hundred and fifty dollars of which was furnished by Mr. Sherman himself. Pitney in his testimony relates -an interview with Honest John concerning the matter that is -highly entertaining. NEWS BREVITIES. Dr. Frazier's Root Bitters. Frazier's Root Bitters ure not a dram-shop John Melvin was killod by cars at Dallas whisky beverage, but ore strictly medicinal in Texas. TheTicc murder trial began Friday at Canton, 0. Burnett Watts, of Miami countv, Ind., died from exposure. Wallace Wallace was kiled bva trai ... ij i.: :ii T". il xiujjk. naviiiu, Ay- Ed. Anderson, of Vincennes, Ind. drained several squares by a mule, had one eve torn out, a rib broken ) gun Martin Sagea, of Springfield, 0., died suddenly of heart disease. Rev. I. P. Saddler, of Uhricksville, 0., fell dead from heart disease. Jonathan Stout's barn was burned to the ground at Mt. Vernon, 0. Joseph W. Carter was found dead in the road near Augusta, Wis. Lewis Dixon had his leg crushed by a rolling log near Camden, 0. Louis Vess, a switchman, was killed bv by tho cars at Milwaukee, Wis. Bradlaugh has been returned by a close vote to the House of Commons. Thos. Miller, of Cynthiana, Kv., has unexpectedly fallen heir to $50,000 W. H. Clark, a prominent coal dealer, was drowned near Camp Nelson, Ky. At Sharpsville, Ind. Geo. Uohrs stubbed J.P.White. White will die. Major J. H. Fruntz, surgeon in the U.S. amy, died at Baltimore. Milton Stone, of Centerville, Indiana, was seriously injured while unloading wood. At Marietta, Ohio, the infant babe of Frank Brennau was accidentally poisoned. Rev. Patrick Shepherd, assistant priest of St. John's Cathedral, of Indianapolis, is dead. Conductor Henry Stoddard, of the I. B. & W., had his leg badly crushed at Urbana, Ohio. i . At Tablequah, Cherokee Nation, Win. Pettit, colored, shot and killled Margaret Bird. Theodore Windmohlon, fell through a hatchway and broke his neck at Lancaster, Ohio. Richard Fleming, of Mt. Gilead, Ohio, was probably fatally injured by a hand car. John W. Arnold, of Quaker City, Ohio, had his right eye torn out by the bursting of a large belt. In Port au Prince the schools and churches are closed by the smallpox, there being one hundred and ninety-seven deaths in four days. The hatters of Danbury, Conn., are on a strike. The Governor orders the militia at Hartford into readiness. Miss Mary Herman, a fanatic, is starving herself to death in the Clark county, Ind., Asylum, having fasted' fifty days. Wm, Gibson, late Superintendent of the Scioto' county, Ohio, Infirmary, has been arrested on t lie charge of embezzlement. At Mt. Pleasant, Penn,, a colored lover shot and fitally wounded his betrothed as she was leaving a revival meeting. A riot at Homestead, Pa., between officers and the strikers, resulted in the injury of three persons, one of them possibly fatally. A desolating hurricaye passed over a portion of JeU'erson county, Ark., doing much damage and killing one woman. was and and other awful injuries. The Emperor of Germany has returned thanks to the Sultan for tho cordial reception riven tho German Mission while at Constantinople. Hon. Anson Waleott Ernst, of Monti-cello, Ind., former Greonbaek candidate for Governor of Indiana, was tried on a charge of perjury and discharged. Four drunken men were walking together on the railway near Leetonia, O., when one who had a gun cocked it. Jake Burbeck undertook to take it away. In tho struggle tho gun was discharged and tho contents lodged in Burbeek's left breast, near the heart, inflicting a wound likely to prove fatal. Heavy reduction in iresh oysters, fish and canned goods. John Wheelek. Imd 31, Market stree'.. every sense. They net strongly upon the liver and kidneys, keep the bowels open und regular, make the weak strong, heal the lungs, build up the nerves nnd demise tho blood and system of evory impurity. For dizziness, rush of blood to the head tending to apoplexy, dyspepsia, fever und ague, dronsy. pimples and blotches, scrofulous John Schmidt, a German, committed i humors and sores, tetter, ring worm, white suicide at Hannibal, Mo. swelling, orysipolus, sore eyes and for young mensunering irom woaicuessorcieuiuiy caused from Imprudence, and to females In delicate hculth, Frazier's Root Bitters are especially recommended. Dr. Frazler: I have used two bottles of your Root Bitters tor dyspepsia, dizziness, weakness and kidney disease, and they did me more good than the doctors and all the medicine I ever used. From the llrst dose I took I began .to mend, and I am now in perfect health, and feel is well as I ever did. I consider your medicine one of the greatest blessings. Mas. M. Mautin, Cleveland, O. Sold by George T. Wood otSl per bottle. HF.NRY & CO.. Sole Prop'rs, C2 Vesey Street, N. V. A imww wg.u PIL.KS! PILES! ihpu wsuxmsssrntns PILES! Sure Cure Found til Last Need Oilier I No One A sure cure for blind, bleeding, Itching and ulcerated yiles has been discovered by Dr. William, (an Indian remedy,) called Dr. Williams' Indian Ointment. A singlo box lias cmed the vortt chronic cases ol twenty-live or thirty years standing. No one need sutler five minutes after applying this wonderful soothing medicine. Lotions instruments und do more harm than good. Williams' Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the Itching, (particularly at night utter get-ring warm in bed,) acts as u poultice, gives Instant nnd painless relief, and is prep.irded only for piles, itching of tho private parts, and notli, Ingelse. Read what the Hon. J. M. Coflinberry, of Cleveland, .says about Dr. William's Pile Ointment; I have tided scores of pile cures, audit 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 ou receipt of price, 81. HENRY & CO., Sole Prop'rs, 02 Vesey Street, N. Y. Skill Diseases Cured By Du. Frazier's Magic Ointment. Cures as if by magic, pimples, black head or grubs, blotches and eruptions on tho face, leaving the skin clear, healthy and beautiful. Also cures itch, barber's Itch, saltrheum, tetter,ringworm, scald head, chapped hands, sore nipples, sore lips, old obstinate ulcers and sores, &c. SKrN DISKASK. F. Drake, Eq., Cleveland, O., suffered beyond all description from a skin disease which appeared on his hands, head and face, and nearly destroyed his eyes. The most careful doctoring failed to help him, and alter all hud hilled he used Dr. Frazier's Magic Olntinont and was cured by a low applications. Tho llrst and positive cure for skin diseases ever discovered. Sent by mail on receipt of prico, fifty cents. HENRY it CO., Sole Prop'rs, L' Vesey Street, N. Y. For blind, bleeding, Itching or ulcerated piles. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment is a sure cure. Prico SI, by mail. For sale by George T. Wood, druggist F. L. TRAYSER, PIAH0 MANUFACTURER Front St., 4 doors ivest of Hill BIoiin Grand, Upright and Square Pianos, also the best make of Organs at lowest manufacturers' prices; Tuning and Repairing. nl(T. Dissolution Notice. milE firm of Ohilds, Robinson & Hauclce was I. this day dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. Albert Hauclce retiring. Tho business will bo continued at tho old stand, No. -18 Murkei street, by Childs, Robinson & Co., who will collect all oluitns duo the firm and pay all liabilities. GEO. W. CHILDS, E. A. ROBINSON. ALBERT HAUOKE. Maysville, Ky March 1st, 1882. niUJt J. R. SOUSLEY, Architect. - Contractor and Builder. furnisho'd and ull work war-ranted. ESTIMATE3 on Fourth Street between Murkot aud Llmoalone. i t " Vm "WA.1TTS. NOTICE I will do merchant tailoring aid repairing In tho best style und on short no-notice. Leave orders at Georga Cox & Son's dry goods store and at my shop In tho fifth ward. flOtf. HENRY WEDDING. FOK SAJMTC. JjiOR SAIE The two-story frame- dwelling J in Aberdeen, occupied by ('apt. Wni. Linton, will be sold at a bargain. House contains ten rooms, with nil conveniences and good garden. Apply to THOS. R. PHISTER, Court street. SAIiE Tho store and dwelling house ? property of Mr. Stevens, together with his stock scales, situated in Chester. For terms call on (J212mdw.) G.S. JUDD, Court street. For Kiploy, Dover, HiKiiiNport, August n, t'liilo, Foster, Monco w, N w , IticlimoiKl util Cincinnati. MORNING 31 All E. S. Morgan, Master F. A. BKYSON and Roby McCat.i., Clerks. Ql i Leaving Maysville at 11:30 i la. m. Arrivlngat Cincinnati at 5 p. m. Vuaccbur, Muysvi.tlc and Cincinnati i'ackot, W. P. TISOM J'SOtf H. L. Rkdden, Cupt. Moss Taylor, Purser. II. Rrihikn und A. O. Moksk, Clerks. Iv . , Leaves vanci'tnirg biuuiays, Tuesdays unci xnursuays. vaemxii:tt3n i j eu v o c inn niiuu monuuy.s. Wednesdays nnd Fridays. For Jreight or pus-sago apply on board. Vnnccbtiri;, Itomo. Concord. Munches. cr ami .Tlaywvillc Daily PacJtvi, BEAJVDY Rruok Redden, dipt. it. li. JinuOE, rieric. Loves vuncouurg daily at P3!rg?3fea"n B o'clock u! ni rtmVrTrJl Mays u. lor Maysville. svllle at 1:110 t). m Goes to Uipfey .Mondays. Wednesdays nti Friday. Connects at Manchester with stage for est For freight or passage- apply on board. UPPr.K OHIO. Cincinnati, V heeling' and I'lltslmrg. DAILY 5 P. M., PACKET LINE. J.N. Williamson, Sup't, Olllce 1 Pub. Luu'g. Monday SCOl'lA F. Maratta. Tuesday St. LAWRENCE Wm. List. Wed'y KATIE STOCKDA Thursday HUDSON Sunlord. Friday Muhlemun. Sat'y EMMA GRAHAM H.Knowles. FreigbjL received on Mc Coy's wrfarlbout, foot Main St.. at ail hours. J, Shearer n i f "L. fiTfx ' 1 & Co.,Roase &. Mosset, Agents. Cincinnati, Portsni' ntli. Stig Sandy fc Pomcroy Packet Company. John Kyle, Pros. H. E. Greene, Sec. L. Glenn, Treas. W. P. Walker, Jr., Agent. C. and O. R. R. Packet for Huntington. FLEETWOOD-Dally, 4 P. For Pomeroy and All Way Landings. OHIO Mondays, Thursdays, 5 P. M. TELEGRAPH Tuesdays. Fiidays, 5 P. M. POTOMAC Wednesdays, Saturdays, 5 P. M. Portsmouth, all Mall und Way Landings. BONANZA. Tues'ys, Thurs'ys, Sntur'ys, 12 M. Maysville, All Mail und Way Landings. MORNING MAIL Dally. Leave Cincinnati 7 A. M. Maysville. 3 P. M. Freight received on wharf- A ml bout, loot of moadwuy. C. M. HOLLO WAY, dent. GAEDBN SEEDS. Wo have reopened our Seed SI ore on Market Street above the lied Corner Clothing Storoand have on hand an entirely new stock of DREER'S PHILADELPHIA GARDEN SEEDS. We have, also Seed Potatoes, Onion Setts, Greenhouse and Deciding Plants, Fruit and Ornamental Trees unl Cabbage, Tomato and Sweet Potato Plants of all vurioties in season, Also a full stock of Florists' Goods of all kinds at wholesale or retail. CUT FLOWERS . AND Floral Designs, made to order at short notice. to' IL'llmduw C. P. DIETERICH & DRO. NOTICE. LL persons indebted to the late firm of J. GEOKGECOX A SON (George Cox & Wm. Cox,) will ploaso make payment without delay Those having claims against either of tho parties will present the same lor payment Wm, H. COX, Surviving Partner of George Cox & Son. NEW FIRM. rnHE business of tholute.flrm of George Cox X & Son will be continued' under the wimo name aud stylo. Jo Wm. H. COX.