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'v ' '.'r LeklngtohGuzette; ',-. WearQ.ho'ckdlai thfc. :criininaV Record of the state of Connecticut, and Kentucky parents will begin to hesitate, about sending their boys to Yale College if matters are not speedily mended in that state. The murders there tiro cruel and cowardly and are prompted by the basest passions. A gentlemanly shooting would be a relief to the hideous murders these Connecticut Yankees commit. Murder runs riot and murderers are usually let ofl easy, by the wooden-nutmeg juries. In the State prison there are now five persons, two of them women, who were guilty of monstrous crimes. The case of Mrs. 'Jiato Cobb will bejremembered. With the aid of Wesley Bishop, she put her husband out of the way, with the most diabolical deliberation by feeding him on arsenic; and Bishop's wife met the same fate. Lorena Alexander and Frank Bassett lured man into their den at Bridgeport and him that they might sell his body to the Yale Medical School for $25. Instead of hanging, the depraved pair now live comfortably at the State's expense. William Bucholz assassinated his employer, Henry Schultz, a millionaire, at -South Norwalk, and his accommodations in the penitentiary are better than he ever had before in his life. All these atrocious crimes were committed in cold blood and without provocation. By a curious freak of Connecticut justice two murderers whose deeds seemed more excusable have been hanged lloyt, who stabbed his father in a buearrel, and Hamlin, who shota prison warden while tryingto escape. The Mary Stannard murder, "of which lie v. H. II. Ilayden was accused, and the Jennie Crammer murder, of which the Mulley boys and Blanche Douglass are accused, are fresh in the public mind. Diabolical as these crimes were, they were simply two of a dozen perpetrated within a few years which have given Connecticut a reputation for criminal montrosities almost as unsavory as, that of Colorado or Ohio. Telegraph Repairers. A Western telegraph pole-climber tells a stirring tale of the hardships endured by men of his trade. They are often forced to climb rotten poles, especially in the rural districts. In one case, when a pole broke under him, he held on to the cross-piece and the wires let him down gently to the ground. But perhaps the greatest danger is from the electricity, which sometimes knocks men from the poles. In damp wheather, especially, they .are liable to receive severe shocks when they touch two wjres at once with different parts of their bodies. The climber said : " I tell you, it's a fearful contract to undertake to fix a broken wire on a wet day. I have seen some of the boys kick and squirm on the cross-pieces and yell so loudly that you would think they had gone off into spasms. I have in my' mind one young man in particular who came near breaking his neck. He was what you call one of your 'smart Alecks.' It was a damp, rainy day in September when he went up to splice a wire. As soon as he reached the first cross-piece he thought he would make the boys laugh by performing various antics, so he sat astride one of the wires near the pole and caught hold of another. The batteries attached at the ends of both wires, wore heavily charged and ho was so badlv shocked that the men were compelled to go up and cut him down. In fact, the bhock almost killed him." The building in the City of Mexico, once the heanquarters of the Inquisition in North America, is now used as a medical college. The former Jesuit church has been converted into a custom-house warehouse. The propriety of rising when the "hymn before sermon" is sung is suggested by a writer in one of the religious journals, on the ground that "it gives relief to the muBcles and fits one the better to listen to the sermon." It costs, more than a hundred miJlionB 01 dollars annually to keep the fences of this country in repair. Now, gentlemen, get off the fence and stay off till after election, and save your country a few millions ol this outlay. . Bister" Oh. Charley, if ycu must go away cail't y)u introduce me to one ol your school-fellows, to look aft'e w.e till you como back ?" Charley "Oh, no; it ; wouldn't .dp It would U loo rough1 on a fellow to fag him out like that. For Ripjey.. Dover, (Jlillo, roster, Moscow, ft fl Kicliuiond i.ijud Cincinnati. , MOItNING j!I AIIj....'.iE. S. Mokgan, Master F. A. Bhyson and Roby McCaxi, Clerks. cSatkri wn L3Bmr Leaving Maysvllle at 11:30 a.m. ArrJylngat Cincinnati at 5 p.m. Vauccuttrpr, Mityavtllc mid Cincinnati Packet. W. P. THOMPSON H.L. Rkddkn, Capt. .. Moss Sayloh, Purser. H. Redjen: aim A. u. Moise, Clerks. Leaves vancouurg sunuays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Leaves Ulncinnatl Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.. For Height or passage apply on board. VanMbiirtf, Home, Concord. MnnohcH. h;rnnil MuyNVillo Daily Packet, 1IANOY BiiucE Redden, Capt. R. L. J3HUCB, Clerk. Loves VanceDurg uany at 5 o'clock u. m. for Maysvllle. Leaves Maysvllle at 1:30 p. ra Uoes to Klpley Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday. Connects" at Manchester with stage for West Un.on. Fbr freight or passage apply on board. " UPPER OHIO. H Ciiicinnnli, Wheeling ami Pittsburg. DAILY 5 P. M., PACKET LINE. J.N. WiiiiiiAMSON.Su p't, Office 4 Pub. Lan g. Monday Mnrattn. Tuesday St. LAWRENCE-Wm. List. Wed'y K AT IE 8T0CKDALE. Calhoon. Thursday HUDSON Sanlord. Fridav ANDES-C. Muhleraan. Sat'y EMMA GRAHAM II. Knowles. Freight received on .McCoy's vvliarlboat, foot Slain st.. at nllfthours. J. Shearer &Co.,Roasefc Mosset, Agents. Cincinnati, Porifim'intli. Bi Sandy A Pomeroy Packet Company. John Kyle, Pres. II. E. Gkeene, Sec. L. OiiKNN, Trens. W. P. Walker, Jr., Agent. 0. and O. .11. R. Packet foii Huntington. -1 P. M. -BOSTON A. 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 Mail and Way Landings. BONANZA. Tues'ys, Thurs'ys. Satur'ys, 12 M. Maysvllle, All Mail and Way Landings. MORNING MAIL Daily. LeaveCinciunati 7 A. M. Maysvllle. 3 P. M. Freight received on wharf-boat, loot of Broadway. C. M. HOLLO WAY, ,--l E-X wwri dent. GABDEN SEEDS. We have reopened our Seed Store on Market Street one door above the Red Corner Clothing Store and have on hand an 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 AND Floral Designs, made to order at short notice. C. P. DIET RICH & BRO. F. L. TRAYSER, PIANO MANUFACTURER Front St., 4 doors wewt of Hill House Grand, Upright and Square Pianos, also the best make of Organs at lowest manufacturers' prices; Tuning and Repairing. n!7. J. R. SOUSLEY, Architect, Contractor and Builder. furnished and u)l work warranted. ESTIMATES Shop on Fourth Street between Maiket and Liraeslono. mar46mdaw Rare and Valuable Tobacco Seed. TITHE Celebrated North Carolina Gooch To- X bacco, upon reliable authority sells from 85 cents to $2 per pound. 1 have a few packages of this puro and genuine Seed to dispose of at ot) cents per ounce, maueu to oraer. Ap y to yvm. a. 11 AINU, lldawtf Vanceburg, Ky. NOTICE m LnpflOQK Indebted, to us. will please. make JL .prompt paymenw. we wm neou money to repair and furnish up our new building. Respectfully-. (iTt mfilwd A. R. GLASCOCK & CO. MtCHELDEft'S Ventilated Egg Casei Patented February 15, 1881, Indispensible to Merchants Shippers And Producers. M BBBS?'MWMfjrjaPwWiFy liil The outside fiame of this carriercoutains five trays, hejd in place by fasteners at end of case, as seen in cut. These Trays are constructed in reversible halves. The above cut shows one whole tray tilled ready to be placed in case, each egg resting in Jt cardboard socket in suoh a manner as to be readily counted, candled, or transferred from Jray to Hay, or case to case, without rehaudllng. For cold storage this case will store 00 dozen with racks made to receive the half trays, hence this is the cheapest storage case manufactured, saving largely in space. The manner of holding the eggs on end prevents oscillation, addling, or breimge, and adds greatly to their freshness when carried long in storage. Size of 80 dozen No. 1 cases 25x12x14, weighs 20 pounds. PRICES :n chscaco. Shipper's No. 1, 30 doz. i'tisc Willi Fillers complete 65 :"riN. Farmer's So, 1, 18 (lOz. Case with Fillers complete, ' 55 Cents. Cardboard Fillers lor refiliingrSOCenlH. 15 per cent, discount on lots Of JU0 cases. Uatclielder's Kf?t?Tc8ler, t sling doz. at once, Naves to buyers many times its cost each sen hoii. Price 8ti.no. By special arrangements made by the manufacturers ot this case most Railroads will receive them as fourth class freight The IS dozen case made especially for Farmers' use, sent to any address by express, with out nailing, with full directions lor setting up, on receipt of 50 cents. Every Farmer and consumer should have one of these cases.lt will save its cost every mouth. Agents wanted in every county. Address, J.H. BATCHELDER, (In ordering mention this pnper.) 69 South Water St., Chicago. p ARRETT S. WALL, ATTORNEY AT 1.AW and County Judge, Office in Court House, MAYSVILLE, KY Will practice in Circuit Courts of Mason and adjoining Counties and Court of Appeals. July pOONS & SALLEE. ATTORNEYS AT liAW And Examiners for Mason County, MAYSVILLE, KY., Will practice in the courts of Mason and adjoin- ngcounties. Special attention given to ection of claims. Remittances made promptly Street near Courthouse. julyl5 P JL. WORTIIINGTOX, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE- COUJtT BTREET, march 11, 1880. M F. MARSH. MAYSVILLE, KY. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Examiner for Mason County.and Real Estate and Insurance Agent. Special attent Ion given to collections. Office Court street, Maysvllle, Ky. n24 TR. W. S. Moores, Dentist. k, JPVLJuSET OF TEETH $10. , iEETH drawn by 8PRA ST. Of-,' JL flee old stand, Second street. ri! II. N. SMITM. DENTIST. COUR2STEET, - MAYSVILLE, KY, Gas used In the extraction of teeth sept2. MAY8VILLE.KY dl FIRST NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK $210,000. J AMES M. MITCHELL, THOMAS WELLS Pbesidknt. Cashikk. LANI! eft WOEtlCS:, Contractors and Builders. promptly and cheortully ESTIMATES ftfr all work in our line. Shop on Third street near Wall, Maysvllle, Ky. f20m coifei itittECToMy Ton ri4Cireuit Con r.t. ,:-' A.E, Colo. . . . .., i t commonwealth's Attorney x. a. uurrau. Clerk Ii. D.iParry. . ,.!? C. Picket . , hviA Dan Perriiie. k'- Deputies. ( j.h. Itice. ' -i Jailer Ed. Ganlt. . , I Tuesday after second Monday in, January April, July and October in each year. " ' Conriiy court. ' Judge-G. S.AVall. ' County Attorney J. L. Whitdker. ' W. 13alh Second Monday ol each, month. Ouartcrly Court. Tuesday after second Monday in March,Juno September and December In each year. ' Mngristratcs Courts. Maysvllle, No. 1. W. H.Pollock and J. L Grant, flrstand third Tuesdaysln March, June September and December. .. Maysvllle, No. 2. Win. Pepper and W. L Holton, first Saturday and lourth Tuesday same months. DoVer, No. 8 A. A. GJuboh and A. F. Dobyns. flrstand third Wednesdny, same month. Minerva, No. 4 O. N. Weaver and J, H. Wat son, first and third Tuesdays, name months. Germantown, No.fi S. F-. Polloek and James Fegon, flrstand third months. Sardls, No. 6-J. M. Ball and J. Wi Tllton, second and fourth Saturdays, same months. .Maysllck, No. 7-C. W. Williams and J.D Raymond, second and fourth Fridays, sumo months. Lewisburg, No. 8 J. M. Alexander and Abner Hord, second and fourth Thursdays, same months. Orangeburg, No. 9 V. D. Coryell and W. J. Tully. first Saturday and last Monday, same months. Washington, No. 10 John Ryan and James Smlthers, fourth Tuesday and third Wednesday, same months. Murphysville, No. 11 Lewis Jefferson and E. L. Gault, fourth Monday and thiid Thursday, same months. Fern,. Leaf, No. 12-S. E. Mastin and J. B. Burgess, second and fourth Saturdays, saint months. Cons tallies. Maysvllle, No. 1-J. P. Wallace. Maysvllle, No. 2 W- L. Moran. ; Dover, No,3-W. 15. McMillan. Minerva, No. -1 James Runyon. Germantown, No. 5 Isaac Woodward. Sardis, No. (I J. A. Collins. Maysltck, No. 7 Thomas Murphy. ' Lewisburg, No. 8 S. M. Strode. Orangeburg, No. 9- Thomas Hise. Washington, No. 10 James Gault. Murphysville, No. 11 W. R. Prather Fern Leaf, No. 12-B. W. Wood. Society Meetings Mosonic. i Confidence Lodge, No. 52, first Monday ol each month. ; ' , Mason Lodge, No. 342, third Monday of ieach month. Maysvllle, Chapter, No. 9, second Monday ol each month, Maysvllle Commandery, No. 10, fourth Monday of each month. I. O. O. F. Pisgah Encampment, No. 9, second and (oui'tJi Mondays In each months at 7 o'clock. ' DeKalb Lodge, No. 12, Tuesday night, each Week, at 7 o'clock. " " Ringgold. No. 27, Wednesday night, each week, at 7 o'clock. K. of P. Limestone Lodge, No. 36, Friday night ;ql each week. I. O. W. M. Wednesday night each week, at their hall oa Second street.- NoclnlKy B. Y. M. Second and fourth Sundays in each month, at their ballon Limestone street. , Father Mat hew T. A. S. '; First Sunday in each month, at their hall on Limestone street. ' St. Patrick's Benevolent Society. Second Sunday in each month, at their-ha : on Llmestouestreet. Cigar Makers' Union. h Flist Tuesday night in each mouth, k J.O. G.T. n Monday night ol each week. Mails. u K. C. It. R.. arrives at 9:30 a. m. and 8:15 p. m Departs at 3:45 a. m. and 12 in. -' Bonanza, down Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays at 6 p. m. Up Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday ate p.m. . .i CITY GOVERNMENT. The Board of Council irieets tho flrst Thursday evening in each month. " Mayor Horace January. ' CeUMCil. -"' President L, Kd. Pearcel i. First Ward Fred. Bendel, E. D Nute, L.Ed. ' '" Pearce. Second Ward Dr.G. W. Martin. Thomas J Chenowelh, M. C. Hutohlns. Third Ward Matt. Pearce, Richard Dawson David Hechinger. Fourth Wald-Dr. J. P. Phister, B. A. John W. Alexander. . Mfth Ward Wra. B. Mathews, James Hall Edward Myall. Treasurer and Collector E. E. Pearce. i Clerk Harry Taylor. Marshal E. W. Fitzgerald. Charles MoAulif!. i TtPtmtiiMi Deputies. Wm )awBOn. WharfraaBter Robert Ficklin. Wood and Coal Inspector Peter Parker. Marketmaster M. T. Cockerlll. City Physician-Dr. J.T. Strode. Keeper of Alms House Mrs. S. Mills. Au B. GREENWOOD House and Sign Painttr.' Paper Hanger, Graindr. Glassier, Ac. itrde' left st George T. Wood's drug atoret.wlll'be Eromptly attonded to. All work warranw. barges reasonable ml