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i i il- t! : I. h r ii' THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Dexteu, Me., had a $22,000 fire Mond'aj alglit. It is feared that Senntor Anthony cannot eurvive. Anton Meykr, wealthy brewer of Bloom ' ington, III., is dead. Two Mexican horse-thieves were lynched at Corpus Cliristi, Tex. In Tell county, Ark., Wm. l'ottcr was ehot and killed by four hog thieves. Julv 1, 831 new money-order ytostoifices will be established. A Gkoiuha man died of a nine-pound liver and a pound spleen. Capt. J. W. SiiACKtoni), commander of Gould's new yucht, ill receive So.UUO a year. Assistant Postmaster. AVrmht, of Wi., has been arrested. He is $5,000 behind in his accounts. An affray occurred nmong the paper-mill hands in Klkliart, Ind., and Xouli Bird was killed by Win. Veitcli. Mark lino. & Co., commission merchants, of Mntainoras, .lcx., line suspended. Liabilities, 5100,000. A micrent fired into the Cincinnati train near Hichmoud, Ind. The bullet barely missed two passengers. Mits. l'BnnuNcn Ghsneh, pioneer mother at Delaware, O., died Tuesday, aged eighty-three. The Pennsylvania Senate has rejected the bill prohibiting treating to spirituous or malt liquors. Fhank FnANKS accidentally shot and lulled Joseph Fisher while duck hunting sear Chcnoa, 111. Scanall's Boston mineral water factory Mown up with dynamite tho result of an experiment by a hair-brained Irishman named Corcoran. DwiaiiTjS. LvTnnor, who embezzled $1 1,-000 from tlfo Central Railroad of Now Jersey, was arrested in Tennessee, uud is now in tho Tombs. "Owney" Geogheoan was fined S"00 and sentenced to ono month's imprisonment for permitting minors to enter his Bowery den, Now York City. IlENDEnsoN Whitehead, an old citi7en ot New Haven, Kentucky, aged fifty-six years, committed suicide by plunging a butcher-knife into his heart. Jacod Memer, an old citizen of Ohio, a Boldier of tho wnr of 1812, who never asked for nor received n pension, died in North English, Iowa, in tho 102d year of his age. At Tort Washington, rhillipsburg, Lock Seventeen, Black Bend, and other places throughout Tuscarawas count', Ohio, the Scott law will wipe out the baloons. At Knoxville, Tenn., W. B. Staley, son of Judge tstaley, committed suicide at the resiuc nco of n young lady who refused to mairy him. This was his third attempt for the sumo cause John II. Beinkin, a grocer of Savannah, On., disappeared on tho 10th inst., and no his brother and a clerk named Cordis are missing. The asset- are- much in exceed oi the liabilities. Mystery. At St. Paul, Minn., Indian Pole, nlii.s Bninne!, a half-breed Indian, and ex-United States Indian detective, blow li'is brains out on account of despondency at the inroads of galloping consumption. Burgluis blew 'open and lobbed the Fafe of tho Marion bank, Wayne comity, N. Y., Monday night, taking S700. A strong box. near by, containing bouio i?lo,-000, escaped their notice. A New Connecticut law makes the Governor, Supremo Court Judges, nnd four members of tho Legislatuio a Board of Pardons, ami requires a uuanimous vote to liberate a convict. Several years ago ono Buppcrt, a member of tho Peoria distillers' ring, which bwindlcd the Government out of 220,000. died indebted to Undo Sam $;5(i,Ou7. The Department has just comprominod with his am ety for $1,000. At Gum Island, near Houston, Tex., Harmon Adams, colored, lastencd a lariat about the waist of a white boy named Nelson, aged 11, sprang into his cuddle, put his horse to its speed, and dragged his victim to death. .IVXIP .. .. . P . fri'l'rr.tVIl ............... fl vnnni. tunn inflat. v.. j w.i.ip, 1111(11, IV il Vi J ni me .National Jiank ot Ureciiville, a. l, left on tho 9il inst., ostensibly for a trip to Florida. Failing to return at tho appointed time, an investigation showed a defalcation ol $5,000. Ho has gono to Texas. In the suit of the United States Government against the Chattanooga Jl.iilroad, tried in tho Federal Court, in Nashville, Judge Baxter decided that tho debt for unpaid coupons, amounting to $15:5,000 with interest, is barred by the statute of Near Gum Island. Texas, Harmon Adams, colored boy, lariated his playmate named Noleon, tho latter being dragged to death. Adams then hoisted tho body into a tree, that buzaids might eat it. Ho said he wanted to keep other boys from threatening to whip him. There seems little doubt thnt Captain Band, of tho steamer Tropic, and tho first mate, Thomas Pender, havo been guilty of a gross violation of tho neutrality laws in carrying arms and ammunition to Hayti, and Micro is proof to show that it was a speculation of thoir ownors, Warner & Morritt, of Philodolphin, as well. Wm. T. Dodhon, of Danvillo, Va., hired two colored men to bring him a human body for dissection, which he placed in bie own" room, wrapped in bed-clothing woll saturated with coal-oil, with a lighted standing upon it. Then he disappeared, expecting that tho body would bo burned beyond recognition, aud under tho supposition that ho had been burned to death his family could collect tho amount of a life insurance policy recently obtained. The scheme failed. The Erie 'Wilis. New York, April 25. In tho trial of the action by tho New York, Lako Erie and Western Railroad Company against James McIIenry, the court directed the jury to render a verdict for tho plaintifTin tho sum of ?l,4'.l(J,823.00. Counsel tor the defense moved for a stay of judgment and for a now trial. A Sltitno to Iolr t'ooprr. New York, April 25. The Common ounol has appointed a committee to initiate a movement tor the pin pose of collecting iuiids for the erection of a statue of tho Into Peter Cooper. Tho plot in front of the Cooper Institute, it is thought, will bo the site of tho statue, which will be known as Cooper Park. Vns Ho Insane? Cli:vei.m, O., April 25. An Alliance special says: An unknown man, naked, was found dead yesteiday three miles east of here. 'The theory is that ho wac probably insane and starved to death. T.nrlnsr, Collier nnd Sorghum. Washington, April 25. Thcro is trouble in tho Agricultural Bureau. Some time ago Professor Collier, who is the chemist of tho department, made nn elaborate report, based upon a scries of cnicful experiments, maintaining that sugar could be made fiom Chinese sugar cano (sorghum) at a cost that justified tho investment of capital in its pi eduction as a commercial enterprise, The repoit was exhaustive, giving full details of the process and tho rcaiilu Commissioner Loring, however, did not choose to accept Prof. Collier's conclusions, and, indeed, took pains to controvert them in a savago criticism, characterizing tho professor's statements as misleading, not to say absurd. When tho Academy of Science met hero a week ago, the report of Collier and taring's unfavorable reviow of it, were submitted for discussion, and tho academy by almost unanimous vote, fully indorsed Collier's views. Collier, with pardonable pride, called taring's attention to the in such iv way as to mouse the iie of the(lattcr, and, ashoit time a item aid, Collier was summarily dismissed fiuiit his place As soon ns his friends heard of the .nlliiir, they bcciuno indignant nnd set to work to havo Collier reinstated. Senator Edmunds telegraphed tho President a strong protest against the aibitrary action of taiing, which was seconded by a similar telegram fiom Senator Morrill. Proteus ir Silliuian, of Ynle College, has come in person to urge tho reinstatement of his friend, and w ill visit tho President to-day. It is said that Loring is frightened at the storm ho has raised, and tho atrair may end in his own removal from the head of the Agricultural Department. XCIVI2K. isTi;5.t.;uxcjv. I'nmumn, Va., AjuiI !'. Ruer l feet 5 in 'h iiinl fulling. Locismi.lk, April J3. liner VI foot 8 Inches in ciuial, to loot 6 uu'lifs in chute. MAKK1UYS XIV T23ZX2(2ZIA1KI. Now York, jiril i Oult ami firm. Pnros uilhont dclili'il oliuue. lie it 1 white, Si 1'iJ,; suli, iw'.omlai. No. nil, Mav, St 22; 000,000 lill, .lull", 1 t!)ifr$! 24j6; Tiill.tKW tin, .Iiih, jl 2l),ful 21',; ni,(m I uust, SI 21; l'ftl.ixnilm, 2t,TU 2'. Coin .Mixed WeMi'in fM't, ji(fi(W'i; liiiurcs, u'i 7iM. s'lilrs (lo,(Oi bit. nut" Westi ru, 51(aW. S.ilos. TA.ooi) Int. Oi'i'l - New il,im ww, Sll 7S,gi2 7.V, new evtni do, SnjU. I'oiU fpol, new Sin 7iu2ii. J,.ird Mi'iuii U.nV. Hiutfi Western, WMirile; '.in eioamoiv, .tUrritiUc. t Ihm..0 Dull iu "(;j 16o. hggs nt li' .. t'iiiciiiiiull, Apul 2"i. Lfiif TolnMo Tho aerajto price of the ilav'x ix fr7 18 uipw, SO 7i; old, S' 0'J), niitunxt i7 5 (nev,S7 15; old, &) 10) .,uuo tiino laht ueuk. llnlClmoro. Aji il -1 . Flour Unohangeil and firm. Wlii'ui Wextein easier ami moreavlne: No. 2 winter red, .spot, SI 2lij April, 81 204 lad: JIay. SI 2l'Hl 21$, June, si 2.i;h(i 1 2.1!-,; Jul?, Si 'SVt,1 2-1',. Com Western Miot steady; options euiTer: .Mixed, ipot, (!' t JiiiV'e; .May, .lime, n:(fj0.e. Oms ijinet and ttniiuy: Western ivhlte, 5l(i.wo; nnxeil, AlfTy Kin. Kyo-Quiet at n&l.to. liny Higher and firm: l'riino to l'enusylHiiii and .Mury-land, S15(ijl7. mid llim. lluttcr Jiull: Wectein packed, I7(ij2.'ie: toll, Nc't IHo. ICkks KiiHler tit hVrtjilOo. Ci.llee Dull: Ulo cnrKooM, oitliniiry to fHir, sj'.ijjo. Mit'nr quiet: A oft, 8)ju. Whisky (jiuul ill SI WJS Ilostou. April 2.1. Wool Dull: Ohio and IViiasjIvanla e.Mi.i", W(Uic'. .Manh lleecer', emuliing delniiic 4 itiou; pulled hooIh, 2'igj I7e. I.lvn .Slock Inrltol. liJint Liberty, Iu April 23. colpts, 'Ml head; market hIow at nhout yesterday's pi lues, llojis lleceijits, l,ll head, mnrot Phlladolphlas, 87 IWS 0.I5 Yorker", &7 6oq 7 75. Bhopp iteeelpts, a,ooo he.id; imukct ely dull at Monday's prices. t'lilriiKo, April 25. Hogs Fair io 3001! light, 57 20(i$7 to; mixed packets, S7 1A7 60; elioico heavy, $7 60(ti7 5. Cattle Prices a nhado stronger; expoit, 50 20(30 40;good to choice shipping, S5 75yu 10; common to medium, $3 2J(j 6 76. Slicov Active, hrisk and tirm; common tu fair, SIS; good to choice, W 105 bo, Clncliiiiuti. April 21. Cattlo Common to fair shippers, SSflft 00; uood to choice, 85 760 0 60; good to ehoico hutehera', 85 25r9j 25, an,d some extra at 8u U5; fair to medium, &IR; common, 82 603 75; cood to ehoico cows, 85Q5 76; oodto ohoico heifers, 83 6() 0; common to fair fat dairy cows. 8 101 76; good to choice, S3 76; common to fair oxen, 3: I 60; good to choice, S3 6; stockers and feeders, 84 50(6 60, and 101110 lioavy grades at 86 76Q0, ond somo light yearlings and calves nt 8-1(31 25, Hogs Select butchers nnd heavy shippers. 87 60(j$7 wOj.falr to good packing, 8707 60; lair to good light, 80 00 d$7 40; common, 8ii 16Q0 86; culls, 85(i6 16; stock hogs, 85 60(30 60. Sheep and Lambs-Common to fair sheep, 81(3 76; good to choice. 856 75, and some extra 80, and fair to good clips, 8104 76; ewes, 83p$4. Lambs Are in continued light supplv, and are firm at 8500 for fair to good yearlings, and spring lambs at 87 10c par lb, or 8JS por head. Desirable Real Estate FOR &A.T.1C. IF not sold before I will sell nt public auction on Milurttny, June Vf. INNS my house aud Ave loth, nil under fence, slluuted In CMftou, iioni property of Mr. . B. I'enicc, Jr.,.aiul only tliree mlnnte wnlk to tlio pioposed street lailwny. The house Is coinpiiiatlvely new, IuihIIiicc looms, kitchen, hull anil poich below, nnd two ioins nbovf, 11 nice cellar, cistern, a liugc stable, and all necessary llltcen to twenty fruit tiees. ;iia)es and other MiiiiH D ults. For tm llier I'liitlnilurH call mill seetnont my olllee potolllco, or O 8. Judd, Em-, Attorney at Law, Com t street, Second iitul 'ililid streetH. a2iutd g. a. Mccracken. A. R. GLASCuCK & CO H Is the best jilnce to getbargnlns'In DBY GOODS. ZEstatolislicd. 1SS5. EQUITY GROOERY. o. ),. ScimiimI (St., t.0Mrii House PrultKiind VoeUhleHlnRonon. Your respeutluliy solicited. AYER'S Sarsaparilla cures Khounintlmii, Nournlgla, Kheumntlc Gout, General Debility, Catarrh, nnd all dlsonlcrs caused by a, thin and Impoverished, or corrupted, condition of tho blood; expelling tho blood-poisons from tho system, enriching mid renewing tho blood, and restoring its vitalizing power. During a long period of unparalleled usefulness, AVKlt'8 S.VlISAl'AItlLLA llOS prOVCll its perfect adaptation to tho euro of all diseases originating In poor blood aud a weakened vitality. It Is a highly concent rated extrnct of nnd other roots, combined with Iodide of Potassium nnd Iron, and is tho safest, most reliable, and most economical aud blood-food that 0.111 bo used. Inlluininatory Ithi'iiir.atlsm Cured. "Avnn's S.viisai'aiiii.i.a has cured mo of tho Infiaiauintorv Ithcuuiatisiii, with wlilcli I havo Bulb red for many jears. V. 11. looiti:." Uurham, hi., Murch 2, 1ES2. " Klgbt yenrsago I bad an attack of so severo that 1 coulil not move from tho bod, or dress, without help. 1 tried sacral remedies without much if any lelief, ui.til 1 took Ayuu'h S vitSAl'AlttLia, by tho use of two bottles of which I was coniphtely cured. I havo not been troubled witli tho lthcumatlsm since. Have sold largo quantities of jour SAltsAi'Aini.i.A, and It still retains Its wonderful popularity. The many notnblo cures It has effected In this vicinity convince me that It Is tho best blood medicine eer ollercd to the public. K. V. II Altltlb." Jther St., liuckluud, Mass., May 13, ltbL'. " Lat March T was so weak from general debility that 1 could not walk without hub), the advico of a friend, I commenced taking AVI it's SAltSAl'AUU.t.A. and before 1 had used three bottles I felt as well as 1 over did in my life. 1 havo been at work now for two months, anil think jour SAUSAI'AIULL.v the greatest blood medicine in the world. iIamph .Maym." 520 W'tbt 42d St., Now York, .July 10, 18t2. Avisn's SAnsAPAmr.i.A cures Scrofula nnd nil Scrofulous Complaints, Erysipelas, ltlngworm, Klotclics, Sores, llolls, Tumors, nnd l'.ruptloiiHof thoSUIu. Itclcars the blood of all impurities, aids digestion, stlinu. lates tho action of tho bowels, and thus restores vitality and strengthens tho whole l'itKl'AKKD nV Dp. J. C. Ayor &. Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists; price 51, six bottles, 50. WSIUa fl Ol TlpnilohfU .if llrnra Cutting, mid evervRiirinent Soaring School worn by ladv orcliPd; also, BEWlis'G, DBAriKQ, and all tho FINISHING PAKTS of DRESSMAKING! Position if Decirod. LADSESI Address: living out of tho cltjl , , , . ,. c, Wst N'th Bt- BOARDED FIIEE J 3' ffhiloleainlDg. CINaNNATI, OHIO. innrSdi&w3in ?ffM SI tc5i r.'oiuoo Cts.. Chicago. Wlllitnlvr'ii"'!' ii vllmi ltir RAW:) t:. I ALOLLE. for it0 luri! IU l.nirrnwijn H l 1 tUjM of Icitnniunls Sill,, I np. 1VIU, IVmiwui, l.iuiMirit, aisous lrnn nisi s n'i list., Rimlry Unml Outlili, Ktpaintiz J(W UltrW, nl'omoiiiiM nuirnri'on mi.i i.t "rlp for AmaUur litidi. iiua CkMlocut ut Ciijkt II.1111! Miuls. febli'dAwly T. J. CTJHLET, Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter. Keeps constantly on hand Until Tubx, Water Closets, Wash fetnnds, and Lift Pumps, Wiouglit Iron ami Lead I'lno.OloboAv.glo and Check Va ves.Hteam and Wntor Gauges. Dealer in tlio celebrated Calumet brand of Bower niul Drain Pipe. Jobbing promptly nttended to and nil woi It warrnnted. fciecond street, two doors above Geo. T, Wood's. llUI3in J. C. Pecor & Co. MAYSVILLE, KY. GARDEN SEEDS, IAINTS,1I.N. VAIWINII. niul HEADY MlXi:i VAINTN, WALL PAPER. Building1 Paper, Otii'pot Pnpor, AND WINDOW SHADES. WILSON 3c EAST SECOND ST., IBicrbower's Old Stand, MAYSVILLE, KY. REPAIRING done In tho II ES 1' MANNEKalllio LOWEST PRICES. 1 fii jf. 'tjM'?t?a X the: best place 1PH -TO STOVES. GRATES. MANTELS, TINWARE. liuii IS Blatterman FOUR SPECIALTIES. I.nlcM and Jmpioved slyleR ot Cooltlnc nnd ITrntiiiE Ptovrn. made nt "Wheeling. W Va ol hot bhiM charcoal lron.wnrranted not to haven single ouuecot bciapln them, 'lhoo htoves of course, wenr tho longest. IIOI1SK IL'ltXINIMA'tJ ;MII)K of nil kinds nnd the Best quality. AiONI'lOU Oil. OHI' N'l only nbvolute'ysiiU oil Move in the world. l.l'ITI r.JOIil'n WAMll.fl MA Clunpiuid Lfreclle. Best made. U'i:r.N OV 'I in: S IT WAIEB which bnves halt ol the labor of water tioni n well or cistern. KtltliY IlltKAUFASTCOOKlxn frTOVK, which Is admitted by nil who have used It to have no hiiperlor. Call and tee It. Call and hee us whether you i ih to buy or not. a pi lGdl y ssomsa NEW FIRM. BIERBOWEH & CO., (Suc esscirs Io A.;J. FGKF W & CO.,) G. "W. Tudor's old mind. No. SO Mnihct street. May.svllle, Keutuelty, announco to the ubllc tl at l.iuli fi J uicbiiKc UiclnieKH 01 A. J. Pfji tw & Co., wllll (ot (uict tlieHioprnd 'Jin ihe t j 11 hTMiol G. V.'It Ot 1 on Muilut Ktreet, Mnyvllle, Ky. 1 be new linn is c( mj ocd oiiacikal nun of loi g txptiiii.ct and woilcnieii.The.bestbiands of STOVES and will bo constantly kept on hand r.t the PRK FS. Ilcofli j: ni d otler liltc worlc (lonetn tlu best inani.er ai d yum nut tut tognenitlstncttcii. Attt ntl e and j oil to salesmen at tii sK.io x 1 II j.ive cloKst it t ten lion to the van ts ol ( in custi meis. KB'MI t.ibts c vlxitby Him of A. J. I'wniw it Co., will boj aid by us and all claims due Mild til in nie 1 nji.ble to us by the lein.sof the piiicbake. Youisltesjectlully, BIESHBOWEJR. Sc CO. TO THE PUBLIC- fi lei.fis fiiMn Hit 111 with ll.ilr iiiioiiiu'e. DIETRICH, HU1LDKH8 or flflRRUGES.) BUGGIES, LIGHT WAGOXS, Sulkies, Etc. Etc. Etc. BUY - AT & Power's. BLATTERMAN & POWER. NEW GOODS. I TINWAEE 1 c ldlnlly rw mmciid theabover timed Arm, nnd 'uould be to have my old customer and l!espeliiiby, (mrbtOi Am dm) G. "W.TU1 Oil. GL0TKEN6. KENTUCKY 'Mh'SisBsasss.'aEssmnssssm OLOTHHG B EEEmma Kieiaeos $S!S2SS!KSSgia 6L0T5W. yElllSLTiEEl KIT. ESS MAYSVILLE, "w rmtrrau Fresh arrival of Spring Goods to Toe sold at the lowest possible prices, A Complete line of latest styles and host mako of CLOTHING, for men, youths and children. Positively the finest line of Piece Goods, imported and demestics, ever brought to this city, which we are prepared to make up in the latest styles and fashions. Perfect fits guaranteed. Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods including many novelties. Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises. Call and see us. 31 Second St. Yicroy & Lee. Our Future Purpose ! is to tender tlio farmer advantaiics hern elofo urhenrd of In the biulnrss world livDISCON. TINU1NG AGENCIES AM) CUM MISSIONH AND8ELL1NG DIKEtT TO l be lowest josslble wholesale inlets, ns the following schedule will Hilly indicate. BUGGIES: Largo invoices juet received. Superior to any ovor brought to tho city which wo cast on tho market at $67.60 to $135. FARM WAGONS from 867.60 to 866.00. DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS, including extra tongues, 82.60 to 83.60. CORN PLANTERS from 76 cents to 837.60. TWO HORSE CULTIVATORS from 816.00 to 820.00. CORN DRILLS, $14.00, horetoforo 818.00. CHAMPION REAPER and MOWERS, Spring Tooth and Randall Harrows. Steol and Cast Plows. Sulky and Revolving Hay Rakes. McColm's Soil Crushor. Springflold Engines and Threshers. Driving Wagons. Village Phcotons and Carriages all at correspondingly LOW PRICES. All porsonH arc Invited to call nnd see us ns our stock is largo and must bo sold, MYALL, RILEY c& PORTER, nPl5dl' u JS7o, 7 Sutton and 18 Second Streets.