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j r i , s .ft 1' (- ,f I ' H: f I ' .. mxeem TIIE NEWS IN BRIEF. The Kentucky river is booming again. Scarlet fever is epidemic at Ky. overrun Lawrence Co., Jnd. Eliza I'isksto.v, tlicd in the Canton, Jliss., jail, ami fills a pauper's rhivc. J. W. Williams, farmer, dropped dead while- at work in his field ne.ir Crittenden. Twelve saloons in Xenia, 0., have closed on account of the Scott law. Governor Sr. Joii.v, of Knnr.s, is in "Washington lecturing on temperance. The Canadian Pacific now has 507 miles of continuous track west from Winncpcg. Hereafter Evansvillc, (Ind.) policemen must be not loss than five feet nine inches high. Cypress Hill, Mon., Indinns. wretched and starving, are threatening railroad De 15. ItwnoLPii Keim, of Pennsylvania, lias been appointed Chief Examiner of the Civil Service Commission. I5ELLEFOXTAI.NE, 0., Will ISSUC $100,0000 per cent. Water-Works bonds, payable in fifteen years. J'nwi.v S. Uay.nor, of tho firm of Ilaynor & Cusnck, Now York, was shot dead Wednesday, falling down stairs with a gun. James Matthews is in jail at Somerset, Ky., for the murder of Hud Allen, at Barren Pork. Jas Crouch, near Owingsville, Ky., nte heartily of wild greens and died of poisoning. Fire at Ferryvillc, 0., Wednesday, destroyed 50,000 worth of property; insurance ?3,500. The voto for Governor of Georgia nt the late election is estimated at from 20,000 to 30,000. E. S. S. Rouse, an old pioneer and poet of Mount Vernon, 0., is dead, aged eighty-eight. At Garrison, N. Y., GOO feet of the West Shore track at Hampton Point, slid into the river and disappeared from view. The Massachusetts House reconsidered and ordered engrossed the bill permitting women attorneys to bo Justices of the , Peace. I The Presbyterian Women's Board of Missions of the Northwest is in annual session in Detroit. There are -100 delegates in attendance. S A new pest, described as a small, dark green louse, which in a day or two develops into a tly, with gauzy wings, threatens California wheat. The Citizens' Street Railroad of is in tho hands of a receiver because of non-payment of n S700 judgment, for injuring a lady passenger. At Whitaker, N. C, William Lect and Wilson Whitfield, negroes, quarreled. Lect threw Whitfield down and broke his skull with a fence rail. . Franks, who killed his pai'lncr. Clark, in Grant county, Ky.. was committed without bail, and sent to Covington jail for safekeeping. Hayes presided at the meeting in Now York of tho Trustee ot the John F. Slater Fund for the uplifting and educating of tho colored people of the South. Chax. Ball, amisor of Wabash, Ind.. buried his hour-old baby in the backyard. Neighbors made liini roiuove the remains to the cemetery, and then had him arrested. Ho was dismissed. At the farm of Joel Piatt, at Sabot ha Kan., the deaf and dumb son of Piatt set tiro to tho barn und was burned to death. His mother, in attempting to rcsouo him, wus fatally burned. A story comes from Connersville, Ind., of three turkies which had been imprisoned in a for eight months being taken out alive. They were without a drop of water during tho entire time, and their only food was hay, of which they ato half u ton. Wm. Jacoihs, aged sixteen, was s,wept over the dam near Patterson, N. J., but succeeded in gaining a rock in midstieam, after being completely exhausted. Bllbrts wore made to reach him, hut without success until several hours had elapsed, when it was found that the hoy was dead. The tiial of Lew Houck, whom Detective Norris experienced so much trouble i piloting from tho Pacific, bogins in Delu ware, 0., A large crowd of Columbus people will attend tho trial. Houck is charged with kilting Paul Lehman, a commercial traveler. At Lampasas, Texo3, Dr. A. C. Beach was muidered by parties unknown. The uocuir ami wrs. iieacn wero asleep when 1 the door was unfastened and putties en-1 tered the room and shot Beach through the head jerked him out of bed and fired twice, killing him instantly. Increase or National Hanks. Washington, April 'JO. The National Banks continuo to htcadily incroaso in strength and numbers. Tho report of the Comptroller of the Treasury just issued j shows tho number of National Banks to be 2,812. This is a larger number than the country has ovor had before Ton years ago there wero 1,970 of theso banks. The growth has not been at all phenomenal, yet it has been a very gratifying ono to the friends of tho system, and the prinoipal Bitbjcct troubling them just now is that It -re; i."-1"" must come to an end wben tlio bonds ox-! pirc, a few years henco. During the present year the number of banks addod to the list has been about 1-10. By tho oloso 01 tho fiscal year the increase will probably reach 175, and perhaps a larger numbor than that Comptroller Knox shows in his report lust out that the loans of theso banks on March 18 were $1,221,000,000, against 5010,000,000 in 1873. The total rccburces according to the present report are $2,298,-000,000, whilo ten years ago they wero but $1,880,000,000. Compared with ono year 'ago, however, the resources show a falling oil' of nearly 5100,000,01)0. Tho capital stociof the banks now is 5100,000,000, an increase of nearly 520,000,000 over ono year ago, and the total liabilities 2.208,-000,000. against 52,800.000,000 in October of last year. The amount of deposits is about 5100.000.000 less than one vear mm. 1111,1 IIIU IHHIUB IU BUUI1IU Ull UUIUllUll UUU11I 55,000,000 less than a year ago. FOREIGN BUDGET. Evidence Against ' Xiimbcr One." London, April 20. The Times says it is understood that evidence against Peter Tynan, " Number One," from independent witnesses, as well as from informers, is inch as to justify decisive action by the Government in asking for his extradition. Gladstone is reticent about his plans in relation to conspiracies hatched in the United States, but it is said that he is prepared to adopt effective measures against tlio prominent offenders. The I'opu 011 Irish A Hairs. London, April 2(5. The latest papal utterance concerning Irish afi'uirs declares it to be the pressing duty of tho Catholic clergy in Ireland to exert themselves in suppressing disloyalty, both from a sense of good policy and for tho sake of interest of tho church of God. Dwelling upon tho latter motive, tho declaration states that in no country in tho world has the church, in a true sense, been so solidly successful as in Ireland, where tho faith is puic. virtue great, and Catholic education extremely fruitful. The Pope wurns the Irish Catholics that the healthy condition of the church in Ireland is largely due to the extremo liberality of conscience allowed by the Government of which they aro subjects, and which is Protestant, a liberty which is declared to be much greater and more thorough than is accorded to Catholics by any Government anywhere else. Alleged Illiinjilioniorfi Acquitted. London, April 20. In the cusoof W. J. Ramsay, proprietor of the Free Thinker, G. W. Foote, editor of that journal, charged wjth publishing blasphemous libel, tho jury to-day ditagreed and tlio prisoners were disohiiruoil April ill. Itivril7 foot 8 uml rising. I'lTrBtii'iin, 1a., April 2(1. Itiver 10 fort ami fUiiing. Km hvii.1 k, April -.'. Iluer rNing, with 1:1 feet in (.anal, 11 foel in finite. MAKKUTS BY 'rivi..i;:rcA25x. Cliieiiiiintl, April M.l.iit (food mid lino Li!;; Irnm Si" '0 Sio 71; puiiiiiio 1 iiii'iliiiini Ironi 37 '" to $ hi .Mi; good l.u.ti fio.u Stl .VI to SI7 .Vi; rt hlidi Hun Lmtf Ironi j!7 Tim SJl,mid.ililiilfUtiif U'Aft'ioinS'Jto S.i 7". Sew YorJt. April 'JG. Klonr lleeeipti, IO.Timi tiris Hides, i:i.(im bils dull mid viir ulv .o linn. lower, iiiiMittled uml ueik, Willi acti" xpo tilHtmi trading: No. 1 u lino, SI 1.1; sulci, b.iicx) liiiiNo. ! r"d, SI mo;,: ;h 0,'mi Im May, 51 ai; l.ioo.iwo bu, June. $l .'l.J.j 1 1';; l.ayyioo Im, .Inly, SI. Wfol Jl; 2w.mii till, August, St ,J,Jj.(ftl l."Sl,OiO till, :eieinler, St iiftil iia. lower nnd dull: JUied Wn-tern, !p't, O'.jMir; l'iituri,r.fijilii'ao; baliix, bu. 1 tins- J iot;,,e lower: Weslmn, W)(ui68e. ''0,tKi hu. IJeef Onict and New plum mi'"", $11 Togjli! 71; uew c.xtrii do, ii:i(ul4. I'ork imlet, but hold iirni: Sjiot, new nu", SH' b7'vflia. Lard and tlrni: Ste.iin II.wjo. Ilutier but lii'ld tlrni: Kkin ale. I''gs linn at 10.'iCjl7e. I'lnciiiuud. Apiil -Jit. Apples linn: choico to fancy at $-i -il j per hrl: lnir lo uomiunii ut U i!,t. lluttcr modnim ipiitt: crouniory i ijtiiet ut So; fair to good, ;; pruno nud ehmee dairy, Jile; oIioich Noillmcstcni, .'luy U')c; clioiee Western Itcwcrve, 'iltijic; good to Central Ohio, I."qI7c; cunimnii firm nt licit) frimo Finn! )l,'i't tor Northwestnu; 14n for choiio Dhio; New York, 15'o. I'otleo -Firm: interior, Se; common to fancy, H)e; .lua, Kin, jjood, Static; prime, ll'e. Uny (iili't, niul receipt xiiiull; choice No. t timothy old, in active dcmuiid on 111 rival h( 5UQU SO: No. 2 nt $1WI0 50; prairie 11 1 9; mixed, $7 60; i hiruw ui i?uyi Mr ini. jj5i;i,uii'i ni. 11115 itiu. j Onions Aid dull at $.'(5- Wiper bil. Letnouu I Aro dull ut $- &o(tl a box. Molasses Jlaplo I aynip, 777o jer cnllnn; fiorliuiii, ' iirinie to choice, S&ncrio ppr pillon. I rotiitoe? Acthe; eHriy rose nt OOo 11 net, U.V a biiMhel; snowiialic, 81 11 bushel; swcot, Sii&'A 5 per brl. Poultry IJulet: ehlulceno tit m: I young, S'';l Mi old ipnct ut $-1; turKoys lirm ut 1 'l531Gc; goeso iptiet ot Slfifi; duck easy ut fl 60 I 4. Pngiir Dull: ruff, iCi'JVj cut louf, Wc, . gianiilutcd, 'Jj'.'c; powdcicd, llc; A siigiith, li''l extra V, Uiovi jellow rctincd, C 1 0c XIvo titovli. Sliljipinggrndei So "iyu 7"i; tiur, lioutol.aio Ibn, luitclicring. nt 31 5oii , tlio Intler MClling 111010 readily tiimi tlio lornmr. Uoj?s I'lilludeliihiu hogs, 8i(H VZ; bet Yorkers, $7 707 HO; common to fair Yorkers, $7 607 60. Sheep More active and priucs higher; ulTnpcil slicej), ($:, and wooled, 6fiJCcj ejiring lambs, 7'.ic. Vnut Xiiberly. 1'n., April aottve; prime, 60M st'J; fuir to pood, jog O 40; coiiiiiioii, (S.1Q5 so. lloun Hiicelpt", 4 lieud; murkct active: PhilndelplilnH, 57 liUfiJ8 10i Yorkers, $7 0m 7 SO, Sliecp Miirket uetlvo: prlmo wool, $3 6000; clipped, 76ftft 5; fair to good wool, 31 75Mfi 21; clipnul, SI 60QI l6j com- non wool, ngj 00; cuppcu, &i(yj mi. Cliit'iiso, April 20. eftslor, with fuir to uood lisht at 87 lu(t7 AS: mixed nuck ers, 8760ig7 80: choice heavy. S7 6007 80. Cuttlo Market lOo hlgnor; exports slow and closed weak in lighter request at 40 Uoqo CO; good to choico shipping, 35 iOQfl 20; common to fair $6 U03 6 80. nd tlrm; common to fair, Zi&y, good, 83 76; chotue, including lambs, I'JftC 76, New VorU, April active, Ann and 2uo per owt, livo weight, higher; of Bteer,$0 30a7 85 per cwt, live welghti fieneral gales, U 72(87 14; exporters used 40cnr nads. Sheep Market firmor and 0 shade early oleuranoe; 0bj7 M per cwt for poorento best unshorn iheep, VQ6 70 for clipped, 17 MiQt for unshorn yearlings, and f87 25 for dipped, firmer and lire hogs at V W 30 per cwt. Desirable Real Estate FOR IP not sold before I will 'ell nt public auc Hon on Miliirilnr, .luiie -v. lMhtl my house and five lot, all under lenee, situated In Clifton, near Hie pioperty ot Mr. 1 . U. Pearco. Jr.. ami only thion minutes walk to tlio proposed hit eel nilhvny. The house Is coiiipuintlvely new, has tlnec looms, kitchen, hull and porch below, and two looms above, 11 nice cellar, elstern. a luiuo stable, huuny ltouso uml all necessary llltwn tolwiMitj Unit trees, mopes niul other small fruits. For I nit her pin Menhirs call and see mo at my olllce opposite osiofllee, or O. S. Juilil, Esq, Attorney ut Law. Com t street, between Second anil 'J hliil strep Ik. u'Jldtd O. A. McCHACKEN. I R, GLASCuCK & CO -Is the best place to get hurguliis In Drtir EVSOQDY'S :i'di?,r IM LAD8ES living out of tho citj BOARDED FHEE wbileleovulog. 3Jk MifiW M GOODS. ata,"blislioca. 1865. EQUITY GROCERY. O.AV. GEISEL, St. .M . hiMMMiil M.,lip.i4rn House Krultsnnrl Voctableslii souhoii. rov;'ctiuUy sollclied. lUdlv AYER'S Sarsaparilla cures IthcumntUm, ouralBlii, Tthcumatlc Gout, General Debility, Cutnrrli, and all disorders caused by a thin and Impoverished, or corrupted, condition of tho blood; expelling tho blood-poisons from tho system, enriching and rcnowlng tho blood, and restoring Its vitalizing jiowcr. During a long period of unparalleled Ayku'8 SAiiSArAim.i.A has proven Its perfect adaptation to tho euro of all diseases originating in poor blood and a weakened vitality. It Is a highly concentratcil extract of nnd other roots, coinblucil with Jodlilo of I'otasslum niul Iron, mid Is tho safest, most reliable, and most economical and blood-food that can bo used. Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured. "Avr.n's S.vitsAi'Aini.i.A has cured me of tho Iulliimiiintorv Itheuinntlsiii, with which I huvo bii tiered for ninny eiiM. W. II. .MuoilC." Uurliani, la., ilarch 2, 1E?2. " Klght years ago I had an attack of Istn m tevcro that 1 could not move from the bed, or dress, without help. 1 tried secral remedies without much If any relief, until 1 took Ayi:ks SAitrt.U'AitU.i.A, by tho uso of two bottles of which I was completely cured. I have not been troubled with tho llhciuiKitism since. Huvo sold lnrgo quantities of jour SAit.sAl'AHlLi.A, and It still retains Its wonderful popularity. '1 he iniuiy notable cures It tins etteeted in this vicinity convince 1110 that It is tho best blood medicine ever ollercd to the public. K. 1'. llAItltlfj." lilver bU, BuckUuul, Mass., lay 13, lbb2. " Last March T was eo weak from Kcnernl debility that 1 could not valk without help, tho nilvico of a friend, I commenced taking Avm'B S.vit9Ai'AHli.l.A, and before I had used three bottles 1 felt as well as 1 evcrilidlnniylifc. I linvo been at work now for two month, and think your Sakhavaiulla the greatest blood medicine in the world. JAM! s MAVNAitlt." 620 West 42d St., Now Yoik, July 10, 16&2. Avr.n's SAK8ArAim.i, v cures Scrafuin ami nil Scrofulous Complaints, J'ryslpelua, ItiiiKWorm, IJlntt'hcs, Sores, liolls, Tumors, nntl Hruiitlousof thoSuin. It clours tho blood of all Impurities, aids digestion, stimulates tho notion of tho liowols, nnd thus restores vitality and strengthens the whole system. iMiBi'Aiti:n 11Y Dr. J. C. Ayer &. Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists; price i, six bottles, ?5. For TencliSttfj all mrancliw of Dices Cutting, and evprvpriiint worn liv Ifidv nrehliil iiIkii. i SEWINtJ, TUIMMlNtJ. DRAPING, and all tho FINISHING PAUXS 0! Position Guarantoed if Desired. Address: D. W. MOODY & CO. 3! West Ninth St. CINCINNATI. OHIO. mar3d&v3m Stato h Monroe Sts.. Chicago. WUU"lt'i' Miiti uMifMlVIr for IcnJi 'U i'V' 1 10 Kigratinei of tntiruutviiv KutUf Ct )MU PnmTwjitt, Ki'ilti, Ctn famt, Clin.l4 rirum M lrtt' Klafli. an.l tf V&K s- vji n rw 7 Miu, Siiutlry It in J OuitiUt JEtpMnn Vilrmisnininiioiiet intinicion nn tnr AtntLrff ItiLiIt. ainlt CtttaiuCL tif CLvLlUuu Milt febJScl&wly Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter. Koops crniHiaiitly on lianil Hnth Tnlw. Water I'losetH, Wand KtiinilN, Forcu anil Lift "Pumps, Wrouglit Iioiianil LeiidPlro.GloboAUgloaiiil Check Va.iVCH.mcnm anil Water Uauces. Deal or In tlio celebrated Calumet hranil ot Hewer nud Drain Pipe. Jobbing promptly attended to and nil worlc warranted. Second street, two doom above Geo. T, Wood's. I(kl3m J, C. Pecor & Co. MAYSVILLE, KY. GARDEN SEEDS, lAINTH,OM.N. VAIIXINH. niul ItEABT JtlIXi:i lAIN'rS, WALLPAPER. Biiiltling: Pnpor, Carpet Paper, AND WINDOW SHADES. 'EAST SECOND ST. JBlDrbower's Old Stand, MAYSVIUE, KY. REPAIRING dono In the B ES 1' .MAXXKRutllio LOWEST PRICES. "V. X " M w VX t.J HP OUR SPECIALTIES, I1U1LDK118 OF Carriages,) BUGGIES, LIGHT WAGONS, Sulkies, LP Etc. Etc. Etc. THE BEST PLACE -TO STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, TINWARE, ETC, IS AT Blatterman & Power's. I nlp.st and mol lmpiovcd stylrs ot Coohing nnd Ilrnlinn Stoves, miulc nt AVliprllnp. W Va ol hot blast charcoal lron.wiirranteil not to liavoa .-Ingle ounceoi temp In them. 'Ilieee stovi's of couisp, wear tlio longest. 5K111SK HIKMSI3IGJOllUS ofnll Itlnds pud the Best quality. JHOM'JOH oil, (ODKIMJ s'im:h The only absolutely safe oil Ftovp In tlic world. J.l'ITI i:.J01trit UANIIIXJ tin np and Etlcctivp. Ilcsf nuulp. ni'l'I'K ' '1 J' '' WA'l KK Jlilt AW1 K, which saves liuli ot the labor ol wnler Ironi n well or cistern. i: HI.Y Itltr.AUl'AN'l UICINO TOVI:, which Is nOmittcil hy all who have used it to have no (superior. Cull und tee It. Cull nnd tee us whether you wish to liny or not. npll.1tlly NEW FIRM. BLATTTERMAN & POWER. FBffwgcgaaBSiBgHagT 31 Second St. NEW GOODS J BIERBOWER a CO., (Puce to A.;.T. FGNF W & CO.,) G. "NV. Ttulor's old unml. No. K0 Mniltct strppt, Mnysvllle, ICcntiii'hy. niniounce to tip j tibllcthnt lir.A lie 1 uicluinn Hie lntticst ol A. J.ryi pw A Co., Willi 101 1 lid the Stove mill Tin luMnc'snt the M J) hamhu G. V . 'JuU 1 on Minuet Mieet, Mny.vllle, Ky. 'J he new Hun Is cciiiiomiI oJpiiictUal nun of long txpeiknct niul Hist-class worl;iiien.The.l)est binnds of. TOVESand TINWARE will up constant kept on himd at Uic I OWIFT rillCFH. Koiifii i: mil other like worlc ilniip in tho best main pi hi il iiiiniiuitcttl to Bivosatlsitictlon. AttinitNo and jolltusulesmeu at fiii 1 stoic will uivc closest M tent Ion to the wants of 0111 customer v. it All in lits Mil n I tlielutf til in of A. J. Kiiiiew & Co., will be paid by us ami all claims due said Hi 111 aiei oyi.blo lo us Lj the itims of the pui chase, "i ours lles)icetlu tly, BIERBOWER Sc CO. "TTf "TTU5ET E2 B I E3 fl I J c nllnlly recfiiimpiMlthonlovpiampil firm, and U J B Bi EL b r UtQall U would le pkasul 10 hnve my old iiistomeisnnd fitii uslaoi Hum Willi ilmr pniioi nee. lUsj eclluliy, (mchlOt.Awt 111) G.AV. '1U1 OU. KENTUCKY mil mm BiaBgiiEffinagRZ IES3 xyQj!k.irsavx2L.r.E:v ky. M"i.TJff;LI?IWIIII I Fresh nrrival of Spring Goods to be sold nt tie lowest possible prices, A CeiTiple'le line oi' latest styles and lest make of KEADTMADE CZiOTBZXTG, for men, youths and children. Positively the finest line of Piece Goods, imported and demestics, over 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 anel see us. Vicroy & Lee. Our Future Purpose ! Is to tender Ilia filmier advantages heierplofo 111 heard of In the business world by DISCONTINUING AGKNCiKS AND CUM MISSIONS AMJ BELLING ruHEtT TO AG11K iheloM'cst possible wiiolttale jn lets, us the loll&wlny schedule will Hilly indicate. I BUGGIES: Lnrgo invoices just received. Superior to any evor brought to tho city which wo cast on tho market at $57.60 to $135. FARM WAGONS from $57.50 to $05.00. DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS, includinpr extra tongues, $2.50 to $3.60. CORN PLANTERS from 76 cents to $37.60. TWO HORSE CULTIVATORS from $10.00 to $20.00. CORN DRILLS, 14.00, horotoforo $18.00. CHAMPIQy REAPER and MOWERS, Spring Tooth and Randall Harrows. Stool and Cast Plows. Sulky and Revolving Hay Rakes. McColm's Soil Crusher. Springfiold Engines and Threshers. Driving Wagons. Village Phootons and Carriages all at correspondingly LOW PRICES. AH persons aro invited to call and bco us as our stock is largo and niunt be sold, M7ALX., HIX.E7 & PORTER, pi5ny 2fo, 7 Sutton and 18 Second Streets.