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MANY CLAIMANTS, A Icntl .lllllloimlre Whoso I.lnsoim Have Ilccn Legion. Sa.v Fiu.vcisco, April 11. There is n probability of ft lively contest over t lie estate of Thomas Blythe, tho tnilllonniie, who died suddenly last week after taking a bath. Blythe was nn Englishman who came into possession of vuluablo property on Market Mrcot years ago, uud whoso wealth at the timo m his death was estimated to he 5-1,000,000. Ho was fond of women, and pccral years ai;o a dashing young woman, named Nellie Fiiinin, with whom ho had been living, brought suit against him, claiming to bo his wife. Tho trial caused a local sensation, on account of Hlythe's wealth and eccentricities, hut ho easily proved that ho had never been married to her. For tho last live tho lias been living with a woman who wcut by the name of Allio Dickinson. Sin is a 'beautiful brunette, very stylish, but Blythe never called her hit, wife. He simply introduced her to his fi Sends as "Allio." Ho di-d in her arms, and she attended the funeia . Now sho comes in with a claim that the was married to him, and demanding liul; of his property. "What makes the cae inoro tangled is that another woman, named Firmin, also will put in a clnim tot a share of tho estate. Tho only real heir is-a oing girl now in England, tl.o sole the millionaire's marriage years ag. . Besides the real estate in this city, deceased had largo interests in Sonora and Southern California which aro valuable. i:ritnci ai,ivi:. Seventeen .lien Crushed Under lluillliiif. ItoctiKTCR, N. Y., A piil 11. morning a large building at tho northwest corner of Church and State street. foil with a crash. The sido wall facing Church btrect had been erected this winter. It is supposed tho mortar was frozen, and that tho warm weather of ycMeuhu loosened tho bricks and canned the tall. Thcro were seventeen men at work in the building. An alarm was Bounded which brought out the firemen and police, who arc working h ml clearing away tho debris. The names of those found in tin luins are II. L. Wordon, Win, AhIiIioIiI Frederick Holder, S. Buir, V. G. tiouhi. It. L. Brown, ItntiROin Porter, Authon; Dankilspiol, and .Matthew IVard. Tin latter is dead, and two of tho others ai fatally injured. The owner of the build ing wa on the roof at the time it fell, an-was severoly injured. Those who are ii the basement are probably killed. Tariff Vevnttoni. WAiiiMrus, April 11. It begins to look M though an interpreter is needed tn liiimHe each an 1 every section of the now tariff law, lfoubts cxit as to what i meant by must all of tho tonus used relating to time, p'ai'e, quuliU. quantity, iin.l tho date- upon whioh law hall takooi'Wt The suiral dc.ai'tnii'iit& are being cnlle upon with painful I'leip'oncy to lender do upon every conceivable pio'dein In pa-sing a tariif law (Vuigi'e4 slimtlti liae uli piei a key for it, or made fur each so -non. i::tloni;i! X i :t. Nonw.w, Mkjji., April 1 1. About ninety iter of ground at the Nellridge niino caved in yctctday. Tlio eugiuo house, in which were nine men, and nil the mine inn- i ohinoiT. and li!o . went down a distant j offiom 1,1100 tu'J.UOO feet. All tho met. were either killed outright, or buried alive, except IM. Wick, who went down 100 feet, and then remained on top of tho debris, with hW leg broken at the thigh. and one of nix ribs fractured. His i doubt' ill. ' Triiin IMlelicil iij it JtroUon ltM. Ksr .Si.t.w, Mich., April 11. The I Detroit Kxpressou tho Flint and 1'ero .Mar J quette lailroad, duo liero last evening, left I tho track at tho county line, and all the j coaches but one were ditched, .lohn Hewitt, the engineer, and Robert Khodes, tho fire- j man. weio killed. Tho cause of tho accident was a broken rail. Wedlock Mild Death. Mariktta, 0., April 11. James a young man living in Harmar, shot I himself through tho bowels this morning and cannot live. He was married on .Moti-1 day, and had been drinking heavily Cier since, which is supposed to be the caiibo of ' the suicide. I Slio AVIillo ANleep. I St. Maiitii.svii.le, La., April 11. At 2 o'clock this morning at Keystone tion, Theodide Robertson, alias Joseph, colored, shot with a musket and killed his George Hobertson, aged ' Id years, whilo tho latter was asleep in bed. I'oisoned Ity Kitting: AVIItl I'arsnlps. Moxtici:m.o, III., April 10. John, Lean aud Thomas Hiltz, children of Charles Ililtz, a farmer living four miles from this place, havo been poisoned by eating wild raw parsnip roots. John died shortly after eating tho root. Tho othor two Ho in a pre-carious condition. Their ages aro twelve, fourteen aud six respectively. A I.llllo AVnnderer Kilted. Bekea, 0., April 11. A boy, aged thirteen yoars, was killed hero last night whilo trying to steal a rido on n freight train. Ho has not boon identified. lie had a photograph of himself in his picket, hut nothing to indicate his nameoi where he belonged. Grcftlmnt Tnlton the nth of Ofllcr. Washington, April 11. Judgo W. Q. Greshnin arrived atthe Postofhco Depart-in ) it at 11 o'clock to-day, accompanied by J. W. Foster, Minister to Spain. Ho at once to, tho Postmaster ( iinra'N room, where, in tho pros-en jo of the Pus to (lice officials, ho was bu .in t.i ! tho venerable Judge Lawrence of the Department. He took tho iron clad oat , a d Is the thirty-first Postniattar ueginning with Samuel Osgood. Judgo Lawrence has hworn in every Postmaster' Genial since Cavo Johnson, of Kentucky, in 81 . Tic clerks of the Department wuio then iutioduccd to Mr. Grcsaaiu. Til lor Till. VicKsintnn, Miss,, April 11. George Hmith. who killed u young negro pioaehor t.anied Albert Boykin. wim shot and killed While trving to escape 1'owy Con lily Ilenrd I'roni. Washiniiton. Apul 11. Judge Williatr P. Jidson, of Posey county, hid,, is a candidate fur the District Judgeship, ici Grcsham. So far there have been aboiu twenty names mentioned tor the position, Peter S. Kennedy, of Crawfoidsvil'.e, be lie probably tlio lait one spoken of. m DepnrfH this E.ll'e. Aiitahula, O., April 11. Judge Lee, a leading lawyer in this county, who recently lost heavily through bad llnanoial ven t tires, suicided last night by taking hiul anum. .Sudden OeatEi. Mottitow, 0 April 11. Captain A. C. Donnelly, the we 1 ktio.vu steamboat owner, died siiihleul.i ah tut noon yoiterdny at his iiieM" "ii h While riding on lii liorse, ho wus seized with a tit of apnpley, aud lulling fiuin tlio ani nal struoK tue ground a dead m. in. ( apiaiu Doeuelly was well known in till the mcr Iowim tioin Pittsburg to New Orleans. I'or INiKoiiln;; VJIs VI!e. WonciihiKtt, Ma.-s., Ajril 11. i'dwavd R mi was to-day to bo hung on Juno 15 or poisoning ids wi'c. laivuxt T'lTTni'un. Vk Apul II.- Itlvnr 10 fi.t c inches ami falling, Wmkii.imi, V. 'k., ni 1 lfi le t (i ilK'llC'M Mllll ItllllllU Ci.scinSaii, Ajrll 1 .iwr !- fet A nii ...uiii. I.(U'Wiiir, April 11. I'.nerCl IVei fi no'ifx in canal, unci 1 1 Um-i 0 in i'Iiiio. Kvam)ili.e, April 11. l!inr ;ifes". 0 ninl Htiit'Otiiiry. fiim. In,,, Apill II. fi'i't t iiiclio ami rising. Xew York, Apul II. l'wi'R imp (iiimn Flour -Without i)Uoitilil(i .inl Wheat No. 1 white, il li' .No.j i.(, Apul. ?1 IC,t Miiy, SI 17'. oil ir.. Weell, Hlidt, MyW: ilii I'll 1 1 1 r -. ill'.iiOr'u. O.uh werleiii, bihiiv: Iv W .New n nlT tin---, fell I J "; lew Aim ilu, lH.li.ili. Pirk Ppot, new iV hunl 'tit.ni i iiilelul, ll.tj'ji'. Hatter lo,. ,.; Kluin I'lcainery, fhees'i -Kinn -it 0 u lle. 'I'm ii'iiiino Pi. in at irrilM'. !:., Steaiiy at si 701 77'.. l.nlo.i rirm m ,.e. Cliielmiatl, April It. l'i.tii ivu Fliitir Wlllti r p'lteut, i. 7-V i (. V': tlimil , 1 1 lm 4 si; ta r.(li..l on; j; p t -HI, So V (i " i'l liuker', i im.'i 71; !. iI'mii, i.'iiiihi. Wheat lUuliir So.'l fi llinj at l or!.,iil mi ehoico liurd. SI llftil 1-. i orri Olintiil'le Hi 4'.l(li'.'ile; sriliioi'liiili'U 'iir held ill :i O.ili No. i mixed, on tin ,j No. wh.le, ltji . o '.', W.t; I.,iiih x- i in No, :i till and nprin, ''iuc.!. l'ltnvisiu.N. - Meg polk, rcKI'llii.' " l..ird - I'nille "lonill, He; htuum icuf, 11 l!a .n S iiiulilern, S'4e; rib hides, i .u i at llie., Ho. eiired niMut" I In iii- UmI'ic; fhniildorri, .ij U'ie; breaUfnit bin-ou, ISfii, I lf, pickled bellied, Iii'(f!,101cj do hatiiH, 10j'n,iHHy. no, infeiior, ix,, orhimry, '.lUgO'n; Kood, llfitll'oi Mii-.v, Vi.wYi, Mimu foflt A, K'iliei siuinlhiil , !i'4e; cut lout 'Jjj'. .New tirleiiiii jiritiio, 48fiCA'j piuiie, '.."; horBliiun, a FaillANU Vl.ulTHil.Kri. Applei ir lie 'o tf yt. I 'J6 per brl; common, il;-! M). Ciib'rie SI MM'- pcrbrl. -' per nip", o0(j;7oeperbrl. Cnir"tn S"l er ' n n -.i. litis 1 pbr dozen, l'uudoes i,,. H'j'.ioo' per buj NorHiein Hiirluiil,, D j . Swoct SI per la I. I.u. "'In bicco Oood tino cuttinui and rillinu4 old well. Old gradt'8 seem giiidii.illy paorniK .iua,nnil whatiittlo wus otrered was conirnrih mid inferior with hfie and thure a IiosIumiI of goodleiif, unlvii wa iihiui hi uctlo Ueiu.iiid Tholollouiniweroroiiioof tho prices t thetlft sale: ti W, it 60, VI 60, 17 75, lu, 11 6n, a, :i .i-,. ft, 15 2'), 10, IS) Vi6, 17 60, 7 90, 4 SO, 1W 7.', a 50 l!l 76, 14, 'J 76. 'il W. lr, 10, 18 60, 'J, (i y, fi o, C 60, 7 20, 17, 7 CO. 7 M, 4 -JO, U, 6 80. Itiilllmnrc, Apiil 11, KLOua and r.riAi.s Howard - .ot unit Weatern Superllne, Sia.')(( a 76; exua, ft iiftiitl 76; family, 5SM 7."i. Wheat No. 2 winter red. spot, 1 ''..(ill 17''-. Hoot, i;ie bid. Oat" W whiti 61 $ 63e; mixed, l')Q" o. It)e if I ut 67(i70e. Aiibui:m.m.ui8. Mom put $M, iiuiu nv.iti Hhouldors and clear nh Id , puultod, H'My Ho. lljcon Shoiildem, clear rib itido, 12o. laird Hoflned, 12;i Butter Dull : WMtern pueked, toll, U ISo. Kegi Steady ut l,o. .Nominal: Helmed, BiClt81o. Uofleo Itio enro -, oidlnniy to fair, hojIOo. .Simar Htemh : A Holt, 4 WliNky Quiet and stoady ut 81 lt', fcjll 17. 'I'oleilo, O., April 11. Wheat Finn " and hlube., No. i red, spot, SI Oij Mhv, 81 loVi: June, St UJ4; ye.ir, SI uij No. a, U M bid. Corn Firm and K-" Imthor, .2, Ale; 62Jo; no gnule, 40" c. Unit Iwim nnd iioimnal: No. 2 hpot, Mi'c; may, 4.'o bid. tJlover feed-Firm and quiet t Maiiiiiiolh, $i W; prime medium, S3 3o; No. 2, 58 05. l.lvo Slock .ilu r kef. 'iiieutrii, April II. Hoi-' Fair to cood Ihtht, j: 2gj,7 70; mixed paolcm , 7 2(j7 o; choice liti..., 87 CjfciS. Cattle .pnitl, Solii! g id to chop o ahlppliiKi 8'U 60; common to tai , S5 40(i5 00, Slioe Coinmou to fair, 51 76(0 6; ood to ehoico, $5 4oU b0, t'litcliinntl, April 11. Cattln Common to fair chipper, 865116 05; t?ood to ohoiop, 85 75(6 80; rrood to eliop o hi t' her-', c5 25fn0 26; fair to 846; common, 82 flW 7' good to choice cow 1, j.i 2i(jy .6 noai o clioico V Win , eommoa to lair oaoii, S:iWI 60, Hoxi SeieJt butchers' and heavy Nhlpp i. J7 (in; fnr to jjood paoklna. 87 I6(a7 6; lair oodli(jht -" a) (J7 05; common, 80 25(37 10; e 1 ,J5(5ci) ji. v. 110,85 767. Shooji Connii.m to fiilr, Si .org 6 'M good to chotuo, 55 60(cjU 25; fnlr to good clips, S4df5; culls, i 21 26, Lamb 85 60($a 25; noma extra, 80 60, ipring louibd, 712(3110, or 83 5035 60 per hoad. IhtMt MUcrly, I'euii.. April 11. Cuttle Market low at ubout ycnterday'a priori. Hoes IteceiptH, 676 head; market active; I'hlladelphiRii, I88 25; Yorker?, 87 5iJ7 85. tirm. ' 4h ILYOMLijALY Stoto& IV.onroo S'.3..Clilcann. j. - ..-s WllliciiilMrpnUI'Jiin vMrcutbelr BAND CATALOGUE, f 'a for 1M. iW i w? i 'lu Kii.'mtii of Inalriiinrnt'. Snlu, I'npi, Ktlu. Pompom. Ijaul'li, C ip I ..m p. Sfkti.! npiiiu Minr, SKfl. itnl IUU, S.linlty I'-M Ui'llMn, l!f"llrlPg XI it -ill!! iltlnh , Mnwr iini'ii" "i"in i r for Alunlftu 1 tuls au1 Luloct.r cf Cbolct IUiiiI Xn teblVditwly i WBOODY'S For Tcnclilnfr alt IlrnncticH el Drees School Cutting, and every RRnuent Boarding: worn bv lixlv or ilillil; also. SEWING. TKIMMINO. DRAPINQ, and nil tbo FINISHING PA11TS of -DRESSMAKING!- POBltion GuaraatSOd if DSBilod. , Address: I ' D. W. K00D7 Is CO. living out of the city BOARDED Fit EB St Wen Ninth St. whilo lcairulu. QNCINN ATI. OHIO. ninr.ld&waiii America Ahead! i &3A k 9 SZffiXt&S&PSs. " "3 mlgSpTTKbS H FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DEALERS. 1SE FOR IT! BUY IT!! TRY ITtf lilM'iA wi'i AYER'S Cherry Pectoral. No other complaints aro e o Insidious In their tho throat and lungs: 110110 ko trilled with by the majority of sufferers. Tho ordinary cough or cold, resulting porhaiis from a trilling or uiicoiifeloiiii exposure, Is often but tho bej.'iiiiilnj: o a fatal cIeKiits.s. AVl'.lt'S ClllUtltV I'm ion vi. 1ms well proven its efficacy In a forty ear' llht wlih thront Mini Iiiiik di8oafcei, and should ho tnKen In all eases without delay. A Terr! bio Couirh Cured. " In Is'.; 1 took a which affected my lunH. I Inula terilble eolith, and piihsed iiIkIh alter Distill without s'eeji. 'I ho doctors kiivo 1110 up. I tiled 1 it's Ciii.iiu I'lvioiiAb, which relieved in liuijis. Induced sleep, nnd all'orded mo thereM lilti'eii(,'tli. Ity tho eoutluuiil use ut the P1.1 'loit.M, n permanent eure 1 Heeled, 1 am now t!2 yenm old, luile and hen 1 tv, mid mil satUtled your t'ui.iiuv l'lTiiiK.vi.K.ivediiie. loii.i'i:FAijtiiituriii:u." ltovMusthaai, t., duly .r, lsti!. Uroiip, A .'Mollier'H Tribute. "Whilo in the country last winter my llttlo boy, three ve:irs old, was taken ill with croup; it seeioed in it lm would dlo from strangulation, due of the family suKCcted tho uso ot Avut'.s Jill ttltv l'l.ciuu.vh, a bottle of which was ays kept In the house. 1 his wus tried In small ami IreoiiDiit doses, ami to ourdoli.'ht In less than half an hour the llttlo patient was breathing easily. 'I ho doctor Mild that thuClHUCKV I'rc'loli.U. had saved m darlliiu's life, (.'an jou wonder at ouryratlludo? biucorelv vours, MlIN K.MM Or.DXKV." l.Vl ot 12Rth St.. New Yoik, May lfi, 1H,2. " I have iceil. Writ's ('iii:iir PiUTon.M, in my family for several c.'iis, and do not hesitate to pioiioilllcult remedy lor couiihs and colds we have ever tiled, A. .1. CltAM:." hake Cretal, Mil 11., .Match IM, leS:.. " I sairereilforelsilit jen fioin Uronchltis, and aftei living inaiiv rcuu 1II1 h with no success, was cured h) the ot A t.u's I'm niiv Pl'.i.TiitlAL. 11 Waldun." I'.ylialla. Miss.. A)rll6, lfS2. "I 1 annul say noiigh In pralsn of A Vim's ClII'lMiV IM.ilollAI., believing as I do that but for Its use 1 should long since havo died from lung troubles. K. UltAUUOS." Pale.tllie, Te.Mis, April 22, 1682. No casir of an alfectlou of tho throat or lungs exists which cannot bo greatly relluved by tho uso of A i.ii'n Ciuntuv I'Kiioit.l.,nnditwiUairais rtrwliuii tliodiscaso is not already boyoud tho ntiol of mudiciue. l'JtUl'Alll'.I) 1IY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists, nbKMrBll.a.i.nc?crTrer WTfarttmtraBanrarjiHM 14,50b UoxeH 10M in a yea. by Oi13 uruKRist ot I; f?;.T CV ..',.. . . fc. "f tim tfuiiifcTiiHiri H K iMnsiYrf&K iim IISi ' y T ' S-'if'- .- -Km Act E5rectly ss! the Uvcr. OlIII.I.S VN'O FK Fit, DVM'KI'SI, sirit ilicvnvins:. 11 urn hCoii TIIIV, lllH'l'Vt ITbM I'll.KS, 1'ALI'ITATlON 111 nn lis vitr. I iisi', Toui'iD I.ivkii, C'llVTI II lOVill'K. SLKUI'l IViXEsii. AND ALL DlsFVSISIIK TIIU I.l I U AMI STOIIAL'll. If you 110 not loci veiy wen "a siniiie pin at iltiiulates. the stomach, restores Imparts xIkoi to tho system. MEPiiZlMi R. E. SELLERS & CO., Pittsburgh, Pa. EDGEWOOD. Desirable COUNTRY Place FOE SALE. WILL sell prix'utoly.on reasonable terms, r mv nlaeo ltiiown us I'M ue wood, on tlio Lox Ins-ton turuptku, oiiouiula (ninth mllcH from Alax'svlllo. Tlio tract contains 17 acres, 111010 or loss, uud lutH on It a FINE DWELLING I 01 huvuil iuuiiih mm n nuuiiiiii, k """'"i and all other iieceBsaryoutbulldliiKH, togotluo I ...I.I. n ..nml Innnlll 1 1 .l 1 Ui, f f t ll Will innlllU. 'I lie Willi II K"UU lUHHIINIWlinuMl v.i.w .ww...... -.. placo 1h Iiiih on It n good bcarliiK fruit orchard of all variutles.lswolliidaptctl to ardoiiiUK mid bclnif convoiilont to tlio city Ih very desirable. Title perfect. For terms up-ply on the placo to ......... Jaiil0d&w3iii WILLIAM HUFF. rV9S9BHHHHnB3B NEW FIRM. BIERBOWER & CO., to A.M. KC5NEW A CO ,) G. W. Tndrr'H old stnnd. No. TO Maiket Mirel. JIp Die, Keiitueky, imimumc to the ) uhlle Unit liuvlnt; ) uicIiiikiI Die tnteiiM i A. .1.1 ci tv & ( o,, will eoiidnet the Stove nnd Tin huslncs at the j n ciamoI (j. . 1 e'e i n Mmhrl htmt, Miiyxvlllo, Ky. The new llrm Ih eimijond of piuetlial nun of loi g ixi uli nci mid worknieii. 'J ho best binnds of STOVES and TINWARE willberonstnntlykejuon hand at the l,OWIT I'UK'ER. Hoinu nnd oiler like woik iiont) in tlio Destinnniiei unu nuainnteed to Klvo Mitlsliicluin. AUeiillve nnd at iiurntiiio will ulve elovesl attention to the wants of our custi ineis. v"r " d"All (U'litr. owliif; by the. late lUm ot A. J. I'unew it Co.. will bi..iilil by us and all claims I due Mild Hi in mo payable to uk by the tonus of the Mollis lusiitetlully, TO THE PUBLIC- ft lends fa voi them with their piuioi.ime. GLOTRIKG. mWEfflaEBBEB ut - piiv!rMrprT75T"! mzzmizAi& ?f?Ri!RXi3SiBff'lSy.;!fc j.lTS'VIIL.LE, KIT- . Frrsli arrhnl of Si.ring Goods to 1c sold 'il tl e lowest . ble prices. A Ccinplotc Jinc of latest styles and lest make of 'M.Vt'l'J" TV' "Wt CLOTHSITC, for men, youths and children. Positively the finest line of Piece Goods, imported and domestics, ever brought to this city, which we are prepared to make.up in the latest styles and fashions. Perfect tits guaranteed. Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods including many novelties. Hats, Caps, Trunks and Yalises. Call and see us. 3i second st. m icroy & Lee. up Future FnrBose l. to lender the fanner iitivimtiiiips heieietofo unheunl of In tlio woihl by A(iliM'll AMU'OM MISIOSX ANDHKI.LINO DIHIXT'IO AOlt'jl jiosslhle wholesale i liecs.as the follow hit; schedule will fully Indicate. BUGGIES: Largo invoices just received. Superior to nny evor brought to the city which wo cast on tho market at 857.50 to 135. FARM WAGONS irom 857.50 to 805.00. LOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS, including extra tongues, 82.50 to 83.50. COBN PLAKTEES from 75 cents to 837.60. TWO HORSE CULTIVATORS from 816.00 to 820.00. CORK LEILLS, heretofore 818 00. 9C33SiXXtt7SSCSS3J3ESVZ CHAMPION REAPER and MOWERS, BarwTnsarra: BKnrxMaraasKzauczB Spring Tooth and Randall Harrows. Steel and Cast Plow3. Sulky and Revolving nay Rakes. McColm's Soil Crusher. Springfield Engines and Throshors. Driving Wagons. Villa go Phootons and Carriages all at correspondingly LOW PRICES. All leisonsare Invited lo call und see us as our htocl; Is Jiirfjo and bo sold. MYALL, KILE'S" "c& n vHiuwBigHiwq iipl'dly 37o. t NOTICE. JA of tlio celebiuUd WEBSTER WAGONS Just received. Call and pet one forlessmoney than you ever bought u Wagon. nua'Jdly n ALL & RILEY. PINE APPLE HAMS, Home-made Yeast Cakes, mylMly (IKOKUK HKIHKR. the" WEBER PANO. For power.purltyoflono.biHllnncyoftouch beauty of llnltdi and durability it has no cquulDio most eminent plauhttsprouounco ll WE BEST IN WE WORLD. L. F. METZGER. MANAGKU, Branch olllco, Muysvlllo, Ky :Also, Tho Matohloss: BTJRDETT ORGAN. A full supply of plnnospiid organs cor on hand. Correspondents promptly l'aymonta easy. sepi!t5d&wly, pi NEW GOODS. I f nllnlly lecoiimieiid thenl ovetiiunrd him. niul "would be lileUHtil to bni inj old 1 lisli iiiui nnd Hcvpeetluliy. (iiieh;,0.vwtaii) G.AV.TUIOH. 6L0TKIMS, ? xsmw2$&Rm& 1 m - M SJaSSUJtiSSilS zzssza a 71XSKJ3XSSSXSESBBA Sutton mul IS Second Streets. BEMOVAL. G. A. MoCARTHEY has removed his Queonswaro store to tho building on Sutton street, two doors Second street. iny5illy Windhorst & Blum, FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS, Have Just received their Spring Stock of Imported and Domestic Goods ot tho luteststyles. 1'iices reasonable and work tho best, 3. C. Kackley & Co. Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats Caps and Clothing. Goods always what they tiro reccommended to be. Alula Street, Gernuuitown, Ky. J. C. Pecor & Co. MAYSVILLE, KY. GARDEN SEEDS, PAINTS, Ol I.S. VAItMNir. niul HEADY MIXi:i PAINTN, WALL PAPER. Oiiililing; Paper, Ctix'pot Paper, AND WINDOW SHADES.