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New York, May 4. Tho Panama mall i to April 24 says: A report lias reached hero of nn almost incredible act of I inanity on tho part of tho commander of J the American whaler Hope On, which left Panama Bay somo timo ago for a cruise in tho South Pacific. Accordin g to the sworn Btatomcnt of one of the crew he was maltreated by tho mate nnd put in irons. When the vessel reached Junn Fernando. Island (Robinson Crusoe's Island) ho was put into a boat and landed at an uninhabited bay,' where ho was loft with a handful of broken biscuits. Ho finally succeeded in constructing a rude raft, on which ho put to sea, and was sighted after somo days of suffering by a sloop at anchor in San Juan Ilantista Pay and rescued. Tho sailor's deposition was taken, and formal charges ngainst the Hope Ous Captain havo been made. IliiHlncis rnibnrrnsninontM. Pittsiiuko, May 4. Judgments and notes aggregating have been entered against Win. McKinney & Son, scrap iron dealers, of Southslde. Tho possessions of tho firm arc now in the hands of the Sheriff. Atlanta, May 4. M. Franklin, wholesale notions, assigned. Liabilities, S-40,-000; assets nominal $30,000. Fraud alleged and temporary receiver appointnd. St. Alaans. Vt., May 4. St. Albans iron and steel mills filed a petition of insolvency. Liabilities, $505,000; assets, $407,000. Boston, May 4. Orrin F. Smith, paper manufacturers' agent, of New' York, has failed and disappeared. His liabilities nre reported at from $15,000 to $50,000. His creditors aro at work on his books. They show very littlo if any assets, and the greater part oMiis indebtedness is to the mills. m A IMiuclior l'tiiiclietl. Cincinnati, O., May 4. Mortiz Ilcilburn a prominent Third street merchant, anil Fcnior member of tho firm of Heilburn Hellmnn & Co., wholesale clothing dealers, attended the Dramatic Festival last night and after the performance ho bounced Cat No 2, of the Seventh Street Lino, and because the driver, William CalFertv. from the Emerald Isle, refuse to stop tho car beforo it rcaehe I the crossing, ho proceeded to the conductor. Tho conductor showed the infuriated citizen the way to the stepa. When tin car reached tho crossing and while Mef'ab ferty's back was turned lloilbrun rushed up and struck him several love taps on the back with his cane. Lieutenant Hoick and Officer Sam Smallwood happened along about that time nnd tho man was taken in tow. He was arraigned before Judge Vcn Martcls in the Polico Court this morning and lined $10 and costs. A Very Close Cull. St. Loins, May 4. There was excitement in the Vulcan Steel Works, yesterday morning, when Patrick Maker was caught by the rollers and whirled around nnd around. Before the mnchiiiory could be stopped ho was almost stripped of clothing. It took about fifteen minutes to cut his clothes loose fiom the rolls. Ho was taken up lor dead, but Dr. Outten was called and said he was not even dangerously hurt a sevciu bruise on tho head being tho only ical injury. Mahcr had been oiling machinery, and had got too near the rollers. rcxvasit inti;mjgi:ncc. I'a., M.i i. Jitver 6 feft nnd 3 fa'luu. Civisvu: M.i) I. liner !' ieit 2 inches unci l.tlimu. l.'itisvii.i.r. Mij 4 Hnor fdllm;, with ' leot in in i miiil," 7 toot IO inches in Unite. MAUKUTi) V Ta5I.,i:GIlAlSI. (iiM'iniiali, .May I. Apple firm: ebnlre to tancy hi 5ji4 per hi I, lair lo loiiuiion at VJ Gi'iiii ;i. lirainMiirumv sell nl S2; cniiiuior tnUid ut JJa,:i 7.1; jiood tu clioii e in Unit), Sl 6 i, Si uivm iikiIiiiiii jm.h nillet; rj w unlet at ta.r lu nood, '."Jo; prune uiul ehoiee dairy, ;fJe; olioiec NortbucHcin, ;i"e; ulio.eu Wi-Meni lilGii'K!; kooiI io prime Ccutinl uiilo, rdi!7e; common tirinat Vln lie. Clicehe Kiuir for Norilmoiioin; 14m for choice Ohio, flav 0.ulet nml small; ( hoice No. 1 timothy, old, Hi nc tivo tleinainl on annul ul Slly VI ."(i; No. i at J10 011; juuirii! at Shfcjttj mixed, 57 60; hliaw at iO(i4,S jior ton. Kns (fillet at lle. Onion rib lull at frJ(5i.2 Mi pei hil. S,rups 60(j5:ic; tiiuple Bvrup, 76w"7c ?i gallon; boihuin, pi Hue to clioioe, 'Jfyou per gallon. 1'otatoen .ete; loiont l5c n laiMiel; riict, MSc a bi hcl; siioMflaUc, 81 a bushel; sweet, SiQA '-" I rl. I'oultiy ihilet: chicken linn: oiiuj.', 8i(n Mi; old, quiet lit !, turkey tirill lit 16ylle. -(l Clover, HfUflt1:; a pound lorold; new, llj.ijlfie, f i oi n xioic; tuiiotliy, SI 7(tl W, Iroui stun , u.ix, 47(iV'J. 1,1 vo Stock Mnrkct. i:nsl Mherly, 1., May I. Cuttle Nitliin (IniiiKi all Ihrouyli coiiHlKiiments. JIor kIoh; I'hiladcljiliiiis, S7 b0: Yorktrs C7 4i'(.j 7 tJ'i. hheep Maiket tlrin; prices 10o bikini 'hlciitfo. May 4. llogu Kasier, with :m to (rood lixnt at I'' 'i(ij7 ;i&; niUed jwrkliiu, t7u, 7 M cliuli o lo heavy. 7 357 70. Cattle Mn, ! I lu'live, briM and We higher; exports, SU.rt .i u. fiood to choice fhippmgi i'CQO X', common to fair, & uia u'i, bheisfi Market fulr.aeli e i ml s.romjcr; common to tair, k8J.7flQl 0; goon tu choice, 56 MQib 7ft, Cincinnati. May 4. Cattlo Conni on to 4&'(5 00; uood to choice, S"i TftJ (i Mi; giiod to rhuieo butchers', S5 23(11 X, and houip extra at 9(i30(j0 40; fair to medTiun, il;tf; coininon, ii i(i(it3 75; pood to choice cowc, f 6 7f;aoodto clioico heifers, 85 60ft6; coiiuuoii tj fair dry cows, 8l(nl 7S; good to choice, S'iJI.'i 7(' Mockers and loedors, S4 6ii(fj5 60, and foiue heavy lecders at 8" 76rati, und somo light yeiiiliiip" nnd cahos at U5. Jlo? Select ami lieuvv shippers, 87 40(fi7 6!; fair to (,'nml paukliig, 80 U0(7 lu; fair to good light, SH . Qiil 3oJ fOllllIIUII, fo lOftJO BO; culls, J.'H'lB; Hock bogs, 10 ftOQfi 60. tJlieep nnd to talr at 81 64 60;'gooil toclioiec, tl 76(J6 60, and pomo extra ut S6 76; tair to good clipped sheep, fl(ij4 76; culls, $3 76. l.auibs Fair to good at U'Bo, and some cxtiu atb''u'tc per lb. & ""3 V LADIES FREE. THE RACES. s i AYER'S CATHARTIC PILLS Best Purgative Medicine euro Constipation, Indigestion, Headache, and all Ulllous Disorders. Sold everywhere. Always reliable. Windhorst & Blum, FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS, Have JiiRt received their Hprlng Block of Imported und Domestic GoodKortholuteststyles. prices reasonable und worlc tho best. mrJIy i I JHHHH1 CSfFINE SPOUT rroniisvd. Largo Mcoting' Certain. FASTEST Horses rWrT "i ' in America to be J!ZSSSSPi9tssr' Present. MAY 15, 16, 17 and 18, 1883, EGMEW & AJLLEM, Manufacturers and Dealers In V SlanJi. Prim, Mijor't Sifr VJ'IUIh Pan.lry lnn 1 "Imfitk. Al'Mli1il,l'Olinluln Imtriintan LADIES living out of the city J3UAHUCU t llbfci while lewnlDg. lebl'Jd&wly nior3ditw3m h t STEAMBOATS will make round trips from Mnysvllle to the Fair Grounds hi V. cents ; one way 15 cents. Reduced rntes nnd especial accomodations by rail. Uncles 25 ccnti each way. PURSES $3,300.00. Hncs cnlled oaoli day at 1:30 p. m. The track Is now In better condition tlmn ever beforo and every urniugenieut complete. LADIES FREE. rES, GRATES, MANTELS, COPPER, TINWARE, HOLLOW. WOOD and STONEWARE. West Corn ev of Market and Third Streets, 2IaysviUc,Ky OMAHA, 4S Bird Cageis, LEADER, SPLENDOR, CHARTER, ARCADE, SLATE and IRON GRATES nnd MANTELS o! all Kinds. f HERgVUA LASA5GE :ZML J Tir,m;o.,sj,n,l Work V VltH lTKI, Number HI, Soeonif st re,'t tluei itmi below Mnrket htuet, Ky. aplliiiliy Rev. Father Wilds' EXPERIENCE. The Ilev. Z. I "SVilds, city niUnlonury lnNowYorU.nnd brother of tho Into eminent JikIko WlldR, of tho Supremo Court, writes ns follows : "78 F.. HUk St., rew York. Man 10, 1882. Mr.ssns. J. O. Avi:n & Co., Gontlenien : hast winter 1 was troubled with a most Itcliini; liumor nlfectlnK inoro especially niy lluiba, which Itched bo Intolerably nt night, and burned so intensely, that I couhl scarcely hear any clothing over tbeni. I was also a BiilTurer from a scvero catarrh and catarrhal courIi ; my apjietlte was poor, and my system a pood deal run down. Knowing tho value of Aran's by olervntlon of many other eases, and from personal uso In former years, I began taking It lor the above-named disorders. My appotito Improved almost from tho llrst doso. Alter a short timo the feverand Itching were allayed, anil all signs of irritation of tho skin disappeared. My catarrh and cough wero nlso cured by tho snino means, and my general health greatly Improved, until it is now excellent. I feel a hundred per cent stronger, ami I attribute theco results to tho uso of tliu SAitSAl'AHil.r.A, which I recommend with all contidenco as tho best blood medicine ever dovised. I took It In small doses three times n day, and used, In all, less than two bottles. I plueo these facts at your service, hoping their publication may do good. Yours respectfully, Z. P. Wilds.'.' Tho abovo Instance Is but ono of tbo many constantly coming to our notleo, which prove tho perfect adaptability of Aran's SAitSAi'Anii.LA to tho euro of all diseases arising from Impuro or Impoverished blood, nnd a weakened vitality. Ayer's Sarsaparilla cleanses, enriches, nnd strengthens tho blood, stimulates tho action of tho stomach nnd bowels, nnd theroby enables tho system to resist and overcome tho attacks of all Scrofulous Diseases, Erup tions of the Skin, Jllieumatism, Catarrh, General Melllity, and all disorders resulting from poor or corrupted blood nnd a low stato of tho system. rnnpAitED nv Dr. J. C. Ayor &. Co., Lowoll, Mass. Sold by all Druggists; prlco SI, six bottles for 3, Brass Kettles Wooden and Willow Ware. (I'll nil,' lion lll' (ll'ltll H I'll'liOM, !;, (ilVITDIt. of iillklndf. SLJ VnMAHr?AI V . jt&C'V "'-"''-'- " - rSMMI i'-10 5is.,uiuca;jo. ill loii'i j reiv iin'iv -mi l'rii lunry for '" l'tic i W 1 i;rivuit(ll oi iU( .ips ivit l'nirnoni. Knitlle'i. ,. Itm!rtn? Ami Ki Umntrfir JUua. (lada C;Jci:ut of CUoicd Eauti Mu.lc ..u m V ffW, JJ I tmJ t J WIAftWS For Teacliinjr nil J nrnnchCH of Dress j, H , Boarding School SffSS? DRAPING, and aU tho PINISUINO PAUTS of DRESSMAKIN8! Position Guaranteed if Desired. Address: D. W. MOODY ft CO. 81 West Ninth St. CINCINNATI, OIIIO. Desirable Real Estate Fore, A.rxc. IF not sold befme I will sell at public auction on Mil iiritiiy, .luiiv U. IShit my house, nnd live lots, nil under fence, situated In Clltton. near the nnmerlv of Mr. . U. 1'eaire. Jr.. and only tliue minutes walk to iho )ioiine(l street rnllwny. The house Is comnniiiilvcly new, lias tluco rooniH, iiall und poieh below, nnd two looms nbove, n nleo cellar, clsicin, n laico stable, nu'gy noiuo unci an necessary lllteen to twenty liulttiees. grapes nnd other small fruits. Kor further put tleulurs call ami sto mo at my olllco opposite, postolllce, or U. S. Judd, Attorney at Law. Couit street, between Hecond und 1 lilrcl streets. 2ldt(l G. A.McUHACKEN. A, H GLftSCilCK k CO,, Is the best ploco to gel bargains In TttlT GOODS. EQUITY GROCERY. G. W. GEISEL, Xn. 0,V, rSceond NI.,Oiip.OerH House, Frultsnnd Veqetablesln season. Your patronage respectfully solicited. fUdly Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter. Keeps constantly on hand Hath Tubs. Water Closets, Wash Stands, Force und Lift Pumps, Wrought Iron and Leadl'lpo.OlobeAiiBlonnd Check VnlveH.Hteani and Wntor Gauges. Dealer In the celebrated Calumet brand of Hewer nnd Druln Pipe. Jobbing promptly attended to and nil worlc warranted. Second street, two doom abovo Geo. T, Wood's. iltklSm 1 S. MYERS, Dealer In Groceries, Hats, Caps, Hoots and Shoes, Queonswnro nndFlnrdware. Highest cash prlco paid lor grain nnd country Produce. Jyl5d A1t. OLIVET 1ATILSON Sc DIETRICH, EAST SECOND ST., JBIcrbower's Old Stand, MAYSVIUE, KY. REPAIRING done In tho II EST MANNISH at the LOWEST PRICES, BUILDERS OF Qarriages,) BUGGIES, LIGHT WAGONS, Sulkies, Etc. Etc. Etc. the: best place: STOVES HRATPQ -TO BUY- mm q TMWaR E, liuij ! uuniLuj mmiiLLUf nininiiLj IS AT Blatterman & Poller's. NEW FIRM. OUR SPECIALTIES, I nlest and most Improved styles oi Cooklntr nnd Heating Btoves. made nt Wheeling. W 'a of hot blast charcoal Iron, warranted not to have m single ounce oi tciajiln them. Ihese btoves. of course, wear the longest. JIOIISK IlIItMSIi Lfi ;HtN of nil kinds rnd the Host quality. MOM'IOK Oil. ( OOIUNN S'l only nb'Olute y sale oil stove In the woild. l.riTI.K JOIirit WAS1IIK Chinpnml Kileotlve. Ilest made. nUIU'.X OF Till! W1T WAIXK im A Wl.lt, which saves half ol the labor of water trom a well or cistern. K Vltl.Y IIKIIAKFASJ MK1G M'OVi:, which Is admitted by nil who have used It to have no superior. Call and tee It. Call nnd see us whether you wWi to buy or not. npll3dly BLATTERMAN & POWER. NEW GOODS. nrnTitmw it .sw BIEHBOWER & CO. 9 (Successors to A.fJ. FGNEW CO.,) G. W. Tudor's old stand. No.'CO Maiket street, Mnysvllle, Kentucky, announce to the j ubllc Hint having i tutl.nseo llie Inlticsl ol A. J.l4 gi.ew & Co., wllll eoMiuel tin-Stove nnd 'Jin the oi J) MMiol G. M . 1 urloi on Mmket street, Mnysvllle. Ky. The new Hi m Is eomrohed oijpiuctital intn ot long (X)eikneeand Hist-class woikinen.lThe.best biands of STOVES and TINWARE will boronstnntlykept on hand at the LOWFST PRH ES. Itoofii'g and other like work done In the beM mam er hi dguainnuctt to glvo satisfaction. Atteniheaud jiolite salesmen nt our stole will give closest attention to the wants ol our eush meis. rtebth owing by the late film Of A. J. Fgnew & Co., will be aid by us nnd nil claims duo said firm are puyuble to us by the lunis of tho purchase. Youis IUspcctlully, BIEBBOWER&CO. fi lends favor them with their patioiiiigc. 1 c ldlally reconimend the nbove named firm, and "would be pleased io have my old customers and lUspecliuliy. (inchiOi'&v.lnii) G. W. TUIOU. GL0THII3S. GLOTEG, L.L..1 J., - LJIUW ml KENTUCKY CLOTHING HOUSE MAYSVILLE, KIT. Fresh arrival of Spring Goods to be sold at the lowest possible prices. . A Complete line of latest styles and best make of CLOTHISTC, for men, youths and children. Positively the finest line of Piece Goods, imported and domestics, ever brought to this cily, 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 Yalises. Call and see us. 31 Second St. Vicroy & Lee. Our Future Purpose ! is to tender the farmer advantni;p hprorelofo unhenid ol In Iho business world by DISCONTINUING AOENOIKS AND COM M1SSJONH ANDBKLL1NG D1HECTTO AGRICULTURISTS nt tboloMest possible wholesale pi lets, ns the lollowlng schedule will lully Indicate. BUGGIES: Largo invoices just received. Superior to any over brought to the city which wo cast on tho market at $67.60 to $135. PAEM WAGONS from $57.60 to $05.00. DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS, includinR extra tongues, $2.50 to $3.50. CORN PLANTERS from 75 uents to $37.60. TWO HORSE CULTIVATORS from $16.00 to $20.00. CORN DRILLS, $14.00, heretofore $18.00. CHAMPION REAPER and MOWERS, Spring Tooth and Randall Harrows. Steel and Cast Plows. Sulky and Revolving Hay Rakes. McColm's Soil Crusher. Springfield Engines and Threshers. Driving Wagons. Villago Phcotons and Carriages all at correspondingly LOW PRICES. All persons nro Invited to culljand'see us ns our stock is Jargo and must bo sold. MYALL, BILETT c& POUTER. np!5dly No, 7 Sutton and- IS Second Streets.