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Soimtor Fnlr In Unmarried. v
"Virginia. Nkv., May 13. The
, divorce suit of Theresa Fair vs. James
f Q. Fair came up in thoDistrlet Court
this morning. 11. S. Mesick appeared
for the plaintiff and M. N. Stone, of
ibis city, and Samuel M. "Wilson, of
San FranciscOf for tho defendant.
, Stone submitted a general demurrer to
tho complaint on tho ground that it
did not state facts sufficient to constitute
a cause of action. Tho demurrer
was submitted without argument,
and was at once conceded
, "by the court. Stone then said tho
defense would file no answer to the
complaint. Mesick asked that tho
Cpurt appoint a time to, hear
proof; also that the examination be
-conducted privately. The Court appointed
12 o'clock for the purpose
specified. At 12 o'clock the court
met, but reporters were excluded. In
a little less than an hour the attorneys
camo out, and it was Boon known that
a.dooree of divorce had been granted,
as prayed for, and that the plaintiff
iad been allowed $4,250,000 in money
, and United Stated bonds and the family
residence in San Francisco; also
the custody; of tho three minor children,
Virginia Theresa, Alice and
Charles. The custody of the eldest
toy, James Fair Jr., was awarded to
tdefendant. Senator Fair arrived
this morning from San Francisco on
"business connected with the sale of tho
Brunswick mill and pending tho
transfer of tho Yellow Jacket mine to
a Sharon party. Tho transfer of the
entire business will take place about
the end of the present month.
.
Batnrdiur'B Base Stall Games.
Columbus Cincinnatis 7,
6; Cincinnati Shamrocks 4,
Black Socks 0; Chicago Chicagos 6,
Thiladelphians 1;
4, Providence 3; Louisville
JSclipse 4, Stt LpuisO; Detroit
9, New Yorks 5; Now York
.Athletics 11 ; Metropolitans 4.
irciaua.
Dublin, May 13. The man
who mado a voluntary confession
to the police that he was concerned
in tho murder of Lord Leitrim, was
again arraigned yesterday. His story
is not believed, and it is thought ho is
jl lunatic. The Judge was about to
discharge Kin sell a, when tho latter
paid he was afraid ho would bo shot if
to was released. IIo was therefore remanded
to prison.
Home, May 13. Archbishop Croke
has promised tho Pope that he will in
the future conform to tho attitude of
Cardinal McCabo with regard to Irish
.affairs.
A man ra'M" 'iv fSnT.i.ji
loss, l.iki' ti ni o liu is Siiurji r .,i
ing stra e I.
H iv is a ii v'i -'i "--l (I i
jou goo 1 o m y ! in w.u uica I o .o
"H'o shah a,l ho in mhIo I.
If you heed hu hhiiIM o' nn etu"n
you are hut hi-, equal, ami o . e w
to.sto) li siusu! s is to poiui I h tu it i
io whoops for mo.e. ive.v t i...
JPrcsi,
You do no- deal a de w
Darwin an theory b; si.un,:
descoudud from thu nion .0 ut
did tho inmiKev ho nr" '
anonkoy from the tree.
catiij
o t
V. II '1
'1 lie
Jlio tlmr now for city ;i It
if inUIio, country is to5vh'tftb'iiMT,a
turoh;ry'rucks onciot white 4vooilusiil
Bondthfcni to tjio'r n tir.vm
Tins' tt.I)jtbtv . jjlarnllfoS: .. ''LVYiZi hi!
JTutko lr.iy while the sun
eagol'ncs: - -,. ... , ,,., L
Vroighbor's pi'etly ilnuir tcr: " rov
JldepVratQ,.' Spoons" on one
kiss.'' If.itsi;0 client) I' .will' nut
three yards; and grandma w'iirpayou.
jUe now .l . Ul u
Thou urfyy nonrn'yoto far, " '
a JJul; it'$ wndurl ill
i- 'Sonioboily has lolt gn oirUcc n
,pen hddressed t,o L1Uial!,.4tVyish.i(j
uCipubHsUltTC Npt that It igri't prujty
ijooil .poetry. .But we don't Imow
Xilllan.'r'Thisl.poet' makes' Iior out ils
delicious. If eho in't, wo d.m't want
tpp'Qiu broadcasts yrong jmprds.slon
oMiorjuind jf'sho'is, we'll do tho pooitw;
writing' about her ourself." Boston
JPost.
i "Do wo lovo old music," BertaJ1
Oh, indeed wo do. That is the kind wo
Idve. There is a piano next door that
.is now in die ninety-seventh year of its
ago, and it lias the asthma so bad you
can't hoar it ton foot away from tho
And compared w th thu
three-year old across tho
way, tho antique is an angel's whisper:
Ilurlinijton Muwkcye.
A new fashion in ear-rings copies
tho styles worn by Cleopatra, who tyt
'jckoIi' w an asp, and died befpro tho
war. When Cleo. dressed to " mas.h"
Antony she wore a pair of ear rings
which cost pver half a million dollars.
Jf tliis Ls the style now introduced, moro
than ono edifor's wife will hnvo to
worry along another year without a pair
-of Cleopatra oar-rings. Nurristown
Herald.
Tho prevailing stylog of dog for
ths season will not bo chang 'd in any
.marked degree. Tho window-brush
fdog continues to continue in favor
-among young women who have boen
.crossed in lovq und have tho dyspopslo.
A favorite stylo of dog has a pr.ncoss
nose, and is trimmed with an ostrich-plume
tail tightly curled over the
Tho cutaway
Baudago dog s not used in warm
nvoather. City dogs that undortako to
depopulate, the country fiolds.of tho
and fostivo bull wjll bd gorod.
Shnggy dogs will bo worn wUh tho hair
l?outtant aroun tlio nook, plain about
tho wa'st and polonaise, and a
taiL Jirooklin Eagle.
Tho " United Brothow of Friendship"
mid tho "bistors of thu
Ten," two soorot orders
or mon ami women
have boon holding their annual sessions
at Cincinnati. Tho fair femulo
who'shapos tho dotinjos of tha lattqr
'Organyii)ion is ollluially known as
'" A'ftt opal ' Grand Prinqoss," which
must bo quite a loud lor a woman to
' wry. Chicago Herald,
Windhorst & Blum,
FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS,
Hnvojust received UielrSprlnnHtock of Im-ported
und Domestic Uoodsof tliu latest styles,
prices reasonable unci work the best,
A, R, GLASCuCK k CO
Is tlio bestjplnce to get bnignlns In
cfCbotc UkDd Mule
MOODY
febl2d&wly
i!
JDR GOODS.
Z2statolislie3. 1SS5.
EQUITY GROCERY.
G. W. GEISEL,
.Vo. 0,W. Krcornl HI., 0ip. pcrn Konnc,
Krultsand Veeotablesln season. Your
respectfully solicited. iudlr
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter.
Keeps constantly on limid Bnth Tubs. Water
Ulosets. Wusli btiuids, Force nnd Lift Pumps.
WroiiRlit Iron ntitl LcHdl'locUlobe Angle ana
Check valvesf.Btenm nnd Wnter Uiiukcs. Denier
In tho celebrated Cnlumet brana of Hewer
nnd Drain Pipe. Jobbing promptly attended
to and all work warranted. Second street, two
doors abovo Oeo. T, Wood's. il(kl3m
P. S. MYERS,
Dealer In
Groceries, Hats, Caps,
Hoot a and Shoes, Queenswaro andllardware.
Highest cnBh price paid for grain and country
Produce. Jyl5d Mt. OLIVET
i f Yk.
tfjW
LYOW&WEALY
Stato & Monroo Sts.,Clilcag
Will itnd frtritM lo niny oldrtu their
HAND UATALUUUE. I
lot IMO. VOO xmf, H0 hlifrivlnji
CI IBitruuitnu. buiu, I p, Utiu,
I'amccDi. EntnleU, Cniljiut.
.m.f,3 TVuta llnlorH SUIT., anil
IUIH Sundry juna Uuliu, jKnamn
iiimtit. itho inciiiriM imiruruon aoa li
chn fnr AmUnr UnDvU. asil a Cl&bcir
o. yVftl
I "uTt?&
B
For Teaching: all
Minf School iSSSSf
DEJLPINQ, and all tho FINISHING PARTS of
DRESSMAKING!
Position Ouarantooi if Eooired.
LADIES
living out of the cltj
while learning.
Address
B. W. MOODY Is CO.
31 West Ninth St.
CINCINNATI. OHIO.
marSd&wSm
HERMAISSN LANCE
M
3
a:
CO
KJr.lH (Joodsmul M'ork WAKKAATKIK
Hreet. three doors below
Mniketstieet, Mnynvllle, Ky. apllHdly
Desirable Real Estate
FOR
T
F not befoie I will Fell at public nuc
uon on Miiiiriiny, juiio a. itit;i. iny
hoove hi d five lots, all vtndci tenet, shuttled
In ("Ilium, nenf Hip pioterty of Mr. . U,
I'emrq.Jr,. nnri onlyiluee nilnutes walk to
the Mnet lulluay. Tlie house Is
coinjiHiuilvely new. lias Unto looms, khclu
en, ball anil poioli below, and two loi'iim
abov, a nice cellur, clMrrn. a laiiie stable.
init'gy nono und nil Ple,nrv ,
llllei n lp iwentj Unit Ueth.yrnpegnmt oilier
smidl fiuits. For fuitie.r 1 nilleulorrf nod, '
ffv (no "I il ojnee oii one f OMOliicf, or U,
S. Jii(ld,r.fi, Atloitiiy nt Law. Couit street
between .Second nnd 'J blfdstreetN.f o .
nHldtd O. AMc(7RACKEK;
SCROFULl
ani all xcfpfulqus diseases, Sores, Erysipelas.
Kczeiim, Ulotelics, Klngworin', Tumors, Car'
biinclcs, llolls, and 'Krnptlons of tho Skin,
ivro the direct result of uu itnpuro stateiofrtlio
blopd. ' .
To cure tlte'so dlsenscg tln Mood must be purl-Hod,
nnd restored to u Lenltliy nnd uatura)
A vuu's SAits.vi'AltiLLA, l)os for oyer foty
years lieeu recognized by eminent medical
tva the most powerful bloodyPurlUer iu
oxlvtcnco. It frees thu system from all foul humors,
enriches nnd strengthens thoblqod, removes
all tiaccs of mercurial treatment, and proves Itself
a complete master of all fbrofulous diseases.
A Itecent Cure of Scrofulous Sores.
" Somo mouths ago I was troubled with scrofulous
sores (ulcers) on my legs. The limbs were
badly swollen and Inflamed, mid the soics discharged
lurL'u quantities of ollenslvo matter.
Kvory remedy I tried failed, until I used Aykii's
Saiihai'AUII.la, of which I have now taken threo
bottles, with thu result that tho sores are heated,
and my general health greatly improved. I feel
very grateful for thu good your medicine has dono
me. Yours respectfully, Mits. Ann O'IMiian,"
148 Sullivan St., Now York, Jnnu '24, 1882.
017" All persons interested aro Invited to
rnll on Mrs. O'llrlnn : also upon tho Kuv. Z.
P. Wilds or 78 East ff4th Street, Now York
City, who will tuko pleasure in testifying to
tho wonderful etllcucy of Ayer's
not only In tho euro of this lady, but in
Ills own case und many others wltlilu his
knowledge,
Tho well-known icrUtron he Botton Herald, B.
W. Hall, of Rochester, A'..,wrltes, Juiio 7, 1882:
" Having suffered severely for some years with
Eczema, ami having failed to Unit relief from other
remedies,' I have made use, during the past threo
months, of Ay nit's Saksai'AUIlla. which has
etlccted a complete aire. I consider it a
i eincdy for all blood diseases."
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
stimulates nnd regulates tho notion of tho
nnd .assimilative organs, renews and
strengthens tho vital forces, nnd speedily cures
Ithcuinntlsm, Nourulgja, Rheumatlo Gout,
Catarrh, Gpncrnl Doldllty, nnd nil diseases
arising from an impoverished or corrupted condition
of the blood, and a weakened vitality.
It Is Incomparably thocticapcst blood medicine,
on account of Its concentrated strength, nud great
power over disease,
rji
1'ItEPARED BY
Dp. J. 0. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists; prlco $1, six bottles for 86.
J. C. Kackley & Co.
'
-Dealers in
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes
' Hats Caps and Clothing.
Goods always what they aro recommended
to be. Main Street, Germantown, Ky.
FHISTER!
T m
jt
Does not claim to undersell every other merchant in the city,
but ho does claim to give entire
SATISFACTION
To those who favor him with a call. Take his stock
Through and Through
And you can do as well as at any other place. Notice these
prices and then call and
LOOK AT THE GOODS.
4 Ball Croquet Box
6 Ball Croquet Box
8 Ball Croquet Box
And All OUT-DOOR GAMES.
J
Bierbower'e Old Stand,
MAYSVILLE, KY.
REPAIRING
done In tlio II ES r
MANKEItattho
LOWEST PRICES.
SEND FOR rMCES.
$1 OO
$1 25
$1 50
A2STD MUCH FINER.
Good Cotton 300 Pound Hammock - - $1 25
Good Cotton 500 Pound Hammock - - $1 50
Mexican Grass 1,000 lb. Hammock - - $2 50
FRAHS R. FHXSTKE
WILSON &DIETRICH,
p.ASTSP.nnnnsT.. -""
or-
"" - mrtmjmm
TS
THE BEST PLAGE
-TO DUY-
MANTELS
-IS AT-
J. C. Pecor & Co.
MAYSVILLE, KY.
GARDEN SEEDS,
1AINTS,01US, YARNISII. nud READY
MIXED PAINTS,
WALLPAPER.
Building: Paper,
CJarpot; Paper,
AN'D
WINDOW SHADES.
CRAWFORD HOUSE.
Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts.
O,
' Lewis VAndkn, Proprietor.
I
E. ETC
Blatterman & Power's.
Carriages,)
BUGGIES,
LIGHT WAGOXS,
Sulkies,
Etc. Etc. Etc.
OUR SPECIALTIES.
Latest and most Impioved styles ol Cooklmr and Tieatlne PloeH, made nfWheellnpi AY
Vu.i of liot blast charcoal Iron, warranted not to buveti single ounceoi sciapin ihein.r These
of course, wear tho longest.
IIOUKK FUU:NIMIINO;mi1S of nil kinds nnd iholippt nnnlitv.
MOK1TOU Oil. i'4IOKIKG only absolutely saro 'oil stove in the world.
J.1TTI.K JOHKIt WASHING Cluap nnd Eileclivft Uest made
, QVEKM OK 1JIK WKST WATJEK IHAyvJm, which saves half of thq labor of duiw
ing water from n wellorclHtern.
B1KI.T mtKAHI'AHTOOKIN STOVE, which la admitted by all who hove used it
to hayono Buperior, Cull und see it. Call and j,eo us whether you wish to buy or not,
pU3dly BLATTERMAN & POWER.
Dedicated Well-water.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of tho Kidneys.
been used with most ratifying sun-cess
HAS In many obstlnato cases. Prof, F.
W. Clark, professor of Chemistry nt tlio University
of Cincinnati sa b this wutor "belongs
to the same class with that of tho Alleghany
Sprltics, ot Virginia," tho medicinal vntues
ot which are too well known to be stated here.
Thoso who desire to try this famous water
nro referred to Captain 0. V. Hoyd, Levannn
Ohio; Cnptnln O. M, Ilolloway. Cincinnati,
Ohio; .1. J. Ilnlpo, Ciuolnnutl, Ohio. For snlo
In half barrels nnd juks by
OUi, BlilMONS, Proprietor.
m23d&wtf Aberdeeu, Ohio.
A SpociHo for all Diseaaea of tke
KIDNEYS.
c
If
LIVER.
GRAVELINA.
BLADDER. V ggAJt
A
Pills, 36 Dobob, Sl.OO
J. T. LEE, Lebanon Plk,e, Cincinnati, O.
Bent by mall postpaid on receipt of price.
fe Jkl IMfe AtiolnUlrhirmliil Rltmn.
Ul illr.lfdrnglithMO,l
Kl I I Ml
D L U H II llH"lt.niltoFrfemiu ui iiMt w.h st'. Verfumer, , oi?, fv :
v w w m m mm u Mi
a totUo; A, exjrcu pald 93
THE
mm piano.
For power.purlty of tono.bi llllaucy of touch
beauty pf finish nnd durability it has no
equal,Thomost eminent pianists pronounce it
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
L. F. METZGER.
MANAGER, Branch office, MayBVllle, Ky
:Alflo, Tho Bkatohloss:
BURDJETT ORGAN.
on hand. Correspondents promptly
Payments easy. ,eep26dSwly.
I
I
SLATE and IRON
GRATES and MANTELS
of all Kinds.
I
OLOTIIINO.
! I
i -
LADIES FREE.
THE RJLCdSt
3Jfia$SBil33
""SSSfjfjgB
LADIES FREE.
KENTUCKY
,VnicrIca to be
iVf Iflrtrfthnil Present.
MAY 15,16, 17 and 18, 1883,
STEAMBOATS will ninlce round trips from Mnysvillc lobeJ?nlr Grounds
nt'Jd cents; one wny 15 cents. Reduced rutts and especiul fracomodutloiiB by
rail. Hacl;s2o cents eacli wny. '
PURSES $6,300.00.
Unces culled oacli dny nt 1:30 p. m. Tlio track ls now In bettor condition than
ever before and every arwitipetneut complete.
I
rjummimmmammmammmmms H
BQTFINE SPOUT
Promised. Largo
Merlin? Certain.
FASTEST Horses
fl !?,
r
EGNEW & ALLEN,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, COPPER,
TINWARE, HOLLOW. WOOD and STONEWABE.
West Corner of Market and Third Streets, Maysvillc, Ky.
OMAHA, tfzsasu. Bird Gages,
LEADER,
SPLENDOR;
CHARTER,
ARCADE.
NEW i"!RM.
Brass Kettles
Wooden and
Willow Ware.
Granite Iron
It nr
INO of nil kinds.
J NEW GOODS.
BIERBOYER & CO.,
(Succehvors lo A.fJ. EGNEW A CO., G. TudorV old stand. No. SO Mniket Ktreot, Mnysvlllo,
Kentucky, announce to U t j ulllc il nt l.i.vlt g j mclirKc ihelnlejcM oi A. J.tgi ew & to.,
will! conduct the-Stove nnri 1 1n He i n hi Mini G. V.'Jui'n on Mnikcl stieet,
Mnyhvllle, Ky. 'J he new tlim Is conijord ofipticllial nnu of loi g txpulentt and
woikiueii. 'I liefest biiuuls of
STOVES and TINWARE
will be constantly keot on hand at the TRlfES. nnd other like work
I done In the best manner at d puni no iced to give satisfaction. Att(iitlo and rollte salesmen
l nt our stoic will glvecloest ntlt nl.on lo thowantsot oui custi mem
I A11 clibts rwlngby ihehiu tlim of A. J. Ft new & Co., will be piiid by us and nil claims
duesald film aie payable lo us bj the lei ins of ihe puiclinsp. "onrs Uespectlully,
TO THE PUBLIC-
fi lends fn voi them with ihelr ) niioi.nue.
BIERBOWER St CO.
1 c iillnlly recommend thenbovennmed film, nnd
"would be pltasKl lo have my old cUHtomersnnd
Itespeetluliy, (iiuliEOdAwUni) G.
SLOTHING.
BMMH
CLOTHING HOUSE
i
i J 1 H . "I
Fresh arrival of Spring Goods to 15e sold at the lowest possible
prices. A Complete line of latest styles and test make of
READ-MADE CLOTHI1TC,
for men,, youths and children. Positively the finest line of
Piece Goods, imported and domestics, ever brought to this ciiv,
which we are prepared to mafce 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.
Yicroy & Lee.
Our Future Purpose !
is to fonder tho farmer advantages hereretofo unheard ot in tho business world by DISCONTINUING
AGENCIES ANllCOM MISSIONS ANDSELL1NG P1HECT TO
at tho lowest potUble wholesale prices, as the following nclitdulo will fully Indicate.
BUGGIES: Largo invoices just received. Superior to any over
brought to tho oity which wo cast on tho markoi at 567.60 to 8136.
FARM WAGONS from 857.60 to 865.00.
DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS, including extra tongues, 82.50 to 83.50.
CORN PLANTERS from 76 cents to 837.60.
TWO HORSE CULTIVATORS from 816.00 to 820.00.
CORN DRILLS, $14.00, horotoforo 818.00.
CHAMPION REAPER and MOWERS,
Spring Tooth and Randall Harrows. Stool and Cast Plows. Sulky
and Rovolving Hay Rakos. MoColm's Soil Crushor. Springfield
Engines and Threshers. Driving WagonB. Village Phrctons
and Carriages all at correspondingly LOW PRICES.
All persons ore Invited to cali;and see usns our stock is largo nnd must bo sold.
M7ALL, niLEV & PORTER,
npl5dly
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JNo, ? Button and 18 (Second Streets. 9

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