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KENNEDY VS. HANLAN.
A Xcw Jinn Will Try the Clinmptoii. Boston. May 28. Tho sculling race which takes placo between Edward llanlan and John A. Kennedy at. the Point of Pines May 30 is attracting moro attention' throughout New England than any other acquatic event that ever occurred within its limits. llanlan is well known, and has been first at tho finfsh in so many races that he has hosts of backers and admirers. Kennedy, on tho other hand, has never rowed in any races worthy of mention, though he has entered in many regattas. llanlan lias been practicing o tho Morrimac river, at Lowell, over sinco he left AVashington, several weeks ago, making his licadquaitcrs at tho Vesper boathousc, situated on a bend in tho river just abovo tho l'awtuckot bridge Ho appears to bo in lino condition, and the improvement in his general appearance since he arrived in Lowell from Washington is noticeable. Thcro docs not ajipcar to be a superfluous ounce of llcsh about him, ,and Lee yesterday observed, " llanlan js ablo to low both Kennedy and Davis", ono after the other, on the same day." His present weight is 153 pounds, and he will reduce that by one pound before the day of the race. When he came to Lowell ho weighed over 170 pounds. With regard to tho work ho had done Hanlun said to tho Herald correspondent : " I have tiained finer for this race than I ever did. I have done moio rowing and less walking than for any previous race. My regular daily rowing exerciso lias been from twelve to fifteen miles a day, aqd very little walking, except to my boarding-house, which is less than a milo from tho boat-house. I find that when a man is going to row a raco he wants to practice rowing. It is of moro uso to him than any other kind of exercise.' Respecting his future movements ho said: "After tho raco I am going home. I will then go to Pullman, 111., to tftko part in the regatta there, and after that to Alexander I3ay to prepare for my t co with Ross." Hanlan and Kennedy both came to this city this afternoon ana went to tho Point of Pines in. the cvoning. Miscegenation Not Popnlnr In I. one Island. 7 Brooklyn, May 28. Horace Smith, n full-blooded negro, not long sinco married Stella White, a handsome and well educated white girl of sixteen years. They went to Grccnport, and the young men ran them out of that place. They next tried to live as man and wife at Crow Hill, Brooklyn, near tho Kings County Penitentiary, but tho negro population drove them from their midst, and at 'last they sought n refuge in a hut in tho suburbs of Jamaica. Friday night fifteen young men, three of whom were blacks, went thither to tar and feather nnd ride on a rail the sable bridogroom, but tho ill-mated birds had fled, having in somo way igot information of the intended raid. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. Cincinnati, May -23. Apple gc aree : choice to 84 iM(i T per brl; fair to ( (minion at Si W(S. 6u. llcaiix. .Marrows oli at hi 25; common mixed at 8 40,'.. w; good to choice medium, :i a&(j;i V. Uutftr dull; inedi urn grade quiet creamer) U quiet at 'ioQ'i'o; fair to good, 'iic, prune and choice dalij. choice Noithwostern, iiSjfti.Uc; choice Western Ketone, yuli'lc; good to piuno Central Ohio, ISltie; com. mon linn ut tl(a,l'2c'. Cheese Htm: 'JraJKi lor Jorthwpttern; Vm lor choice Ohio; Svw York, Cutlee dull: Inferior. !$c; common to luticy, 84c. Dried triilta linn at OJgjt'o for upple.4, new; mid pear-lies, iitw, C(f,Uc'. liny quiet and receipt small; choice o. I timothj, S1J Uij.IU K); So. l ut SU fiO(U 00; prairie at Ss oo&'J 00; mixed, $7 wi; Mr.uv ut iu mw 7 6u per ton. Kggs ipllet nt 1G. Unions nie dull nt Si m&2 6o per brl. Molasses firm; common to lair New Oilum", :i7(4vie; good to prune, 4b(fjMc; Sorghum, juitno to choice, i&QiMa jicr (Villon. Potatoes nctive; eailv rose nt s3o u uiishcl; rusets, fc'xj a Imsliol; iioo a bushel; sptt, Si 6UCa.l imi per In I. Poultry quiet: cnlckcns tlrm; 611113, Si (XJ&U OU; old quiet nt S4e;fi; tin keys linn at liMil.tc. HceseqnUtatSH oorijjoo. bucks dull nt j.i 5061 (hi. Sugar quiet: him, P(uHc; cut-loaf, 10)8c; granulated, uj4cj powdeied, A sut'ars, extiuC, 7''f(i,sVtc; jello letined, '(ii) 7'i,c. Jllllfced: supply large, market quiet; brin, 13 on. Oils tlrm: petroleum, 111) dog. test, '( Jc: VM di'g., 8(y,bfcc, nnd WO ilcg. headlight, 1.SM1 13c. SeedH! cloer, 14(gi4'$eii jioiind lor old; new. WO&Uh.-, timothy, il 71 on. Chicago. May an. Klour steady nnd unchanged. Itegular wheat unsettled, opened strong m d higher; closed nt inside prices: $1 May, 81 i:tJ4 June; 81 loJuly; 81 1001 lck August; SI 17-Jil 17 Septemlier; 81 In October, 81 12 the year. No. 2 Chicago spring, 81 Vi: So. 3 do, BJc; No. 2 red, 81 15. Corn HCtlve nnd lower nt 55c cash nnd May. .Iun, 67'7o July, 5858kc August, 58ic filJc year. Oatu demoralized and lower: 38c cauli and May, June, Z'jy2c July, 81c August, 32c tho year, llyo higher nt C.i"4c. llarley dull ud nominal at 80c. KlHXeod steady ftt 81 42. Pork nctivo and lower: SlOfiUH 03 canh, May wid June, 819 01D 22VJ July, 819 40 $19 42 AfiioM, 819 66019 67U September, fn 22ji17 25 the year, hard in fair demand mid lower: U.fi2lG$li.fi5c cash and May, 11.57k 11.60 June, 11.70611.720 July, ll.22iill.foo August, 11.60(tll.52o September, l(M2&10.fiSo the year, lliilk meats in lair demand: shoulders, 7.b0o; short rib, lo.noc; short clear, 10.7ftc. lluttcr dull nnd unchanged. Eggs dull nnd unchanged. Whisky at 81 10. Corn to liutr.ilo, 22Kc. 8,000 brls; wheat, 14,000 bush; corn, 122.000 bush; jyo, ao,ono bush; but ley, n,5oo bush. Sliipments Flour, 0,500 brls; wheat, 169,. 000 bush; corn, 40!,000 bush; oats, 38,000 bush; rye, 2,000 bush; bailey, 3,600 bush. I.lvc Stock. Clilcnco, May 28. Hogs needpt 6,000 head; shipments. 1,900 head; trade lair; not strong: not quotably ditterent; mixed, Stl bUQ7 15; heavy, 87 V(i7 60; light, , 8fi 907 30; skip-, 3 SOvgO 60: n a ket closed wei.k; pens i'ulny wil tleared. Cattio Receipts, MK) liead; shipments, 5,000 head; mnrket quiet, demand limited, and prices unchanged: exporters, 85 000 10; good to cholco shipping, 85 0 5 00; common to fair, 85(35 60. Sheep Iteccipts, 1.U0O head; ihlpmcnts, 300: quality poor; low gindes dull, choico strong; common to fair, 83Q1 60; good, 15 60; choice; 85 75. I.cnf Tobacco. Clnolnnntl, May 28. Quotations New: Green trasli and lues, 812; common trash, 824; colory trash. 85 7; good bright trash, 87 60Q10; fine bright trnsh, 8U 6019 25; common lugs, niyuj cuiuiy lugs, OU(ili goou Binppmgs lugs, 88013, line stripping lug, 8US22 76. common leal, 857, medium leaf, 88(11, good medium leaf, 811 6016, good bright leaf, 815 5019 60, fine bright leaf, S20Q23, fancy bright leaf, 823 CO Byi uj, cuiiiinun iuh niur.i, cojk ou, gooa lug fillers. 88A13. medium leaf fillers. SSfliifi. vaaA lear fillers, 815 6019 60, fine leaf fillers, 82023. Old: Common trash and lues. 82 SOtfi.l. common tmokers, 83 605, colory smoksrs, 85:go, oolorr trash, 86 609, good bright trash, 810 60(317, dark lugs, 8IQ5, common lugs. 85 10(37, colory lugs, 17 60(911. cood itrlnnlnelucs. 8l2ral6. linn bright lugs, I17&23, common leaf, 8&310, common medinm leaf, 812 60(321, good modium leaf, til tin. J l,.li, lr tat niMM .. 1..1.1.I 1...Y 288I 60, common lug fillers, 87011, good lug filltrs, 812(18, flnelng fillers, 818Q28, common medium flllori 1 812 6021, good medium fillers, I22(32, good llf fillers, $25(327, fine leaf fillers, iia. EGNEW & ALLEN, Manufacturer? and Dealers In STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, COPPER, TINWARE, HOLLOW, WOOD and STONEWARE. West Corner of Market ami Third Streets, JIaysville, Ky. OMAHA, LEADER, SPLENDOR, CHARTER, ARCADE, SLATE and IRON GRATES and MANTELS ol all Kinds. HERBVIANN LANCE 2g IA& ""a OS-All CJocnIsaiMl Work W.VKUAM'KI). Number -13, Second stteot. three doois lielow Mnrket street, Mnyovllle, Ky. npUHdly iLYOr'3GALY Stato& Monroe Sts., Chicago. ?2.ViiL Wtllien,! pr;1! tory a Mri tlielr j QANDCATALOUUE, ' for 153 J, .W wti, .10 bnm.nirl lot tmtruintnu, Suiti, Cny, IU1U.X "7 Pomioni, Epnlu, Standi. Drum Mnlor'l Stiffs Av .ilati, sundry Jna oiir.m KfMinnj puttnalsAMOlncJUilti milfurtlon nfMl Jcrrl'M for Amateur inud.. aaj a iaiwt.s ef (Jbolct lianil Muilc feb!2d&vly MOODY'S For TcnchliiR: all urnnciicH 01 frcss Mm SoDOol 3SS5h SBAPIKG, and all tho FINISHING FAUTS of -DRESSMAKING! Position Guaranteed if Desired. LADIES Address: 2). W. MOODY & CO. living out of the city 31 West Ninth St. while learning. CINCINNATI, OHIO. mnr3di&w3m Before INSURING YOUR LIFE EXAMINE THE TONTINE Savings Fund Plan -OF THE- EQUITABLE j JFE flsSIMNCE SOGIETY, Instead of Investing In stocks, bonds or oth er securities or depositing iu Savings Itnnks, EXAMINE THIS PLAN of Insurance, which not only yields n leturn ns nn investment, but gives immediate indemnity lu case ot death. Assets 48,000,000. ., .- .,- 1 - JOS. F. BUOaDBXCK, Second.'Htreet, MAYSVILLE, KY. THE WEBER PIAI For power.purity of tone.brllllnncy of touch beauty of nuish nnd durability it hns no equnl,The most eminent pianists pronounce It THE BEST IN THE WORLD. L. F. METZGER. MANAGER, Brabch office, Mnysvllle, Ky :Also, The Matchless: BURDETT ORGAN. A full bupplyol plnnosund organs constantly on hniiU. Correspondents promptly Paymentb easy. sepiCd&wly. SIMMONS' M EDI GATE P i W A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases of the Kidneys. been used with most gratifying HAS in ninny obstlnnto enses. Prof, F, "NV. Clark, professor of Chemistry at tho University ol Cincinnati says this water 'belongs to tho same class with thnt of the Alleghany Bprlngs, ot Virginia," tho medicinal virtues ol which are too well known to he stated here. Thoso who deslro to try this famous water are referred to Captain 0. "V. Iloyd, Levnnna Ohio; Captain O. M. Holloway, Cincinnati, Ohio; J. J. Ualpo, Cincinnati, Ohio. For salo in half barrels nnd jugs by GUS. BIMMONB, Proprietor, m23d&wtf Aberdeen, Ohio. Bird Cacjos, Brass Ksttlos Wooden and Willo.v Ware. C.rnitlfo Trnn M are oTall i rietlCH, 1X of nil klncW. Application for Incorporation. vrOTirE Is hereby clveji thnt nppllcntlon 1 11 lias boon liiiuie to tne unison utiiiniy Uomt for tliflneiirponitioii nt the Mnysvllle Klectric Liy;lil Coinpnny. in pursuance of 'chapter rill, of the Genoial Stntules ot Ken. ' tucky luuiby thnt name to have perpftual I "Uecexslon, and power to sue and he sued, Are. 1 lie iiniotiiu 01 skick to iiu share ol which is to he ot tho value ofSSO. The piinclpal plncu of business ot the suld I corporation Is to be tho elty ot Majsville. The object of the said Contpnny Istoturnlsh llht.Boiiernted by electtlolty to lndlvltluitls mill corporations within 1 heelty ol Mn svllle, and adjncent thereto, nnd to tho said elty for public purposes by conttnet with the same, mill also tor the purpose 01 supplying motive power, uenei'iited by feteain 01 electricity, within the wild territory. The of the Individual stockholders In tho salt! Company is to bo exempt from nil lor tho debts ol the cnid Company. The business of Mild Company Is to be maniiKed by a board of seven directors, to bo elected by the stockholders annually, nnd the first board ol directors to be elected when tho sum ot not less Minn 810.010 Minll have been subset lbed to the capital stock of sultl Company. The board of dlrectois Horn their own number shall elect a President, Viro President, Storetary and Trensuier, nml may elect other nflleeis ns mny be Jiteessiuy. Tho company may Issue Its ootids lor an nmount not exceeding the maximum Indebtedness which shall be fixed at Su.lOO. with Interest coupons thereto attached btmlim interest atnrato not to exceed six per cent, p'er annum, which shall become due nml payable semiannually and to secure said bonds and interest the company mny execute a mortgage upon Its propeity ol eveiy kind. The said coiporatlon tuny commence on the 7th day of Mny, lSs'nuu cou tin ut perpetually. The lollowiiiK named persons are the cornoiators: V. H. Wadsworth, CI. as. U. IV nice, NV. H. McGrniiiiuhuu.II.O. Hark ley A. It. Glnscoek. C. shultz Lencli, D. Hechlner, O. V. Suiser. Maysvllle, Ky., Mny o, 1S&3, mSl&wlm N.' r c ...-. . t..ii ..nnvitinn nf Kldnvs. Liver and . . . . .... . I. ..,! ril..l.,.na 'iii'iaer in i;-n imcjj a,uuuuiuviw. luniiuie TiMiuiB "i uiv uiiui) vi nos ; TirtMl Llvn Itidlgi'siion, Zl Z22 ourctntiiii',l1. ''"ut umpsicul vuectious), .V 36 Bos;3 for ZTfiZ CnrpsGout. Si.UU, Phoiitiiiittmn ol H the Joints. Vomit- t.MTj (ntl.iinnintfnn nl m lu tlio ITri.thril A Slnwlfifi foi l Stone ill tiiu niiidder; lucod i... .iniuo lit I I. I'rnKiii ? Gluud, Jirlght's Dlsouseof the Kidney r J. T. LEE, Cincinnati, O AYER'S Cherry Pectoral No other complaints are go insidious In their attack as thoso affecting tho throat and lungs : nouo po trilled with by tho majority of sufferers. Tho ordinary cough or cold, resulting perhaps from a' trilling or unconscious exposure, Is often hut tho beginning of a fatal plckncss. AVKli's CiiKUitV PkctokalIms well proven Its efficacy in a forty years' light with throat and lung diseases, nnd should bo taken In all cases without delay. A Terrible Cough Cured. " In 1857 1 took a severe cold, which affected my lungs. I had a terrible cough, and passed night after night without sleep. Tlio doctors gavo mo up. I tried Ayuu's CiiHitnr Pkctoka i., which relieved my lungs, Induced sleep, and n (forded mo tho rest necessary for tho recovery of my strength. By tho continued uso of the Pectoiial a permanent cure was ell'ected. 1 am now CL years old, halo nnd hearty, and am satisfied jour Ciimtuv I'ECTOitAi.saved me. Horace FAiuuiiOTUXit." Kocklughaiu, Vt., July 15, 1682. Croup. A mother's Tribute. "While in tho country last winter my llttlo boy, three years old, was taken ill with croup; it seemed as If he would dlo from strangulation. One of tho family suggested tho use of Aykii's Ciieuhy Pectokal, u bottle of which was always kept in tho houso. This was tried in small and freouont doses, and to our delight in less than half an hour the little patient was breathing easily. Tho doctor said that tho CitEitUY Pkctok ku had saved my darling's life. Can you wonder at our gratitude?' Sincerely yours, aiita. Emma. Gedney." 169 West 128th St., Now York, May 10, lfr82. " I have used Ayek's CiiEnnY Pectoiiai. in my family for several years, and do not hesitate to prouounco It tho most effectual remedy for coughs and colds wo havo over tried. A. .1. Cuank." Lnko Crystal, Minn., Jlarch 13, 1882, " I suffered for eight years from Bronchitis, nnd after trying many remedies with no success, 1 was cured by the use of AYint's CiiKitnv Pectohal. JOBIU'U Walden." Byhalla, Miss., April 5, 1682. "I cannot say enough In pralso of Ayeu's CnuniiY Pj:cToitAt., holleving as 1 do that but for its uso I should long sinco havo died from lung troubles. E. Bhaodon.' Palestine, Texas, April 22, 1882. No case of an affection of tho throat or lungs exists which cannot bo greatly relieved by tho uso of Aykii's Ciichuy Pectoiiai., and it will alicayt cure when tho dlscaso is not already beyond tho control of medlclno. rnKrAitED nr Dr. J. C. Ayor &. Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. Desirable Real Estate FOR IP not sold before I will sell nt public on Hifiirtlny, Juno a, 18NH, my house and five lots, nil tinder lenco, situated in Clifton, near tho pionorty of Mr. '. U. Poarro, Jr., nnd only three minutes walk to the proposed street railway, Tho houso is comparatively new, lins tluco looms, kitchen, hall and porch below, and two rooms nbove, a ntco cellar, cistern, a hugo stnblo, buggy house and all necessary out-buildings, fifteen to twenty lrult trees, grapes nnd other small fruits. For further paitlculars call and see me at my ofllco opposito postofllco, or G, 8. Judd.Esq, Attorney at Law, Court street, between Second and Third streets. n21dtd G. A. MCCRACKEN. PHISTER 1 Docs n6t claim to undersell every other merchant in the city, but he does claim to give entire SATISFAOTIOlsT 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. Xotice these prices and then call and LOOK AT THE SOOBS. 4 Ball Croquet, Set in 6 Ball Croquet, Set in 8 Ball Croquet, Set in MUCH FIIE. Good Cotton 300 Pound Hammock - - $1 25 Good Cotton 500 Pound Hammock - - SI 50 Mexican Grass 1,000 lb. Hammock - - $2 50 And All SEND FOR FMCES. FRANK R. PHISTBR, THE! BEST PLACES TO STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, TINWARE, ETC, Blatterman OUR SPECIALTIES. Latest nnd moM Impioved styles of Coolting and Heating Plovcs. made at Wheeling. W Va,. ol hot blast charcoal Iron, warranted not to haveo Mnglo ounceot bcrnp in them, 'ihe&o htoveH. of wear the longest. IKI1TSK ri'II'INIIl(lM)0)S of all hinds rnd tho Best finality. MOM 'I OK Oil. OOlil'G N'Mlr.s Tho only absolutely sale oil stove In the world. wJ.ri'l'l,K .lOIiJKlt H.VMIl.Mi JIA 11 Chuip nnd Ellective. Best made. ll) i: KM OF THK WT W'ATEK DltAWl.lt, which saves lialt of the labor of drawing water trom n wellorclstprn. JKlltl.Y STOVK, which is admitted by nil who have used it to have no superior. Cull and see it. Call and see us whether you wish to buy or not. I npliodiy BLATTERMAU & POWER. Our Future Purpose ! is to tender the farmer advantages liPierelofo unheard of In Iho business world by DISCONTINUING AGENCIES AND COM MISSIONS AND SELLING D1P.ECT TO nrthelowebt possible wholesale pi lets, na tho lollowlng schedule will fully indlcnte. BUGGIES: Largo invoices just received. Superior to any ever brought to tho city which wo cast on tho market at $57.50 to $135. PAEM WAGONS from $57.50 to $65.00. DOUBLE SHO vEL jfliO WS, including extra tongues, $2.50 to $3.60. CORN PLANTERS from 75 cents to $37.50. 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 Hoy Rakes. McColm's Soil Crusher. Springfield Engines and Threshers. Driving Wagons. Village Phrctons and Carriages all at correspondingly LOW PRICES. All persons nre invited to call nnd bee ns aour stock is large and must bo sold. MYALL, RILE? & PORTER, nptoaiy jyo, y Sutton and 18 Second Streets. NEW FIRM. BIERBOWER & CO., (Successors to A. 'J. EGNEW & CO.,) G. W. Tudor's old stand, No.'SO Mmket street, Mnysvllle, Kentucky, announce to tho public that having piuchnsed the Jnteiest ot A. J.Egnew &. Co., Willi conduct the Stove and '1 in business nt tho om btamio! G. W.Tudor on Mnrket street, Mnvsvillo. Kv. The new firm is composed oflprnctlcal men of lone exneilencennd Hist- class workmen. Tho best brands of STOVES and TINWARE will be constantly kept on hnndatthe LOWEST TRICES. Roofing and other like work done in tho best manner and guaranteed to give satisfaction. Attentive and polite bulesmen nt our store will give closest attention to tho wants of our customeis. , , All debts owing by the late firm of A. J. Epnew & Co., will ho paid by us and all claims duo said Arm aro pnynblo to ub by the teims of tho purchase. Yours Respectfully, BIERBOWER Sc CO. TA.TU C CU I D I I.T I J I nil IfUDklU friends favor themvXh their pationnge. Box $1 OO Box $1 25 Box $1 50 GAMES, BUY- IS AT- & Power's. NEW GOODS. I HHSanonUMBaHiMMM I cordially recommend thonbovonnmed firm, and would be pleased to have my old customers nnd Respectfully, (mch80d&w0m) G.W. TUDOR. J