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A POLICE ROMANCE, The Strango Complaint Made by Man and Wife. A Story of Two Continents-Tho nn Anatrlnn Wonmn IlccanHO NIio Would Not Slurry a Count Hunted From Tlciinn to New YorKbccklug Police Protection. New Yoiik, Aug. 26. Acting Inspector Bobbins listened to a talo of two continents at Police Ilendquartors. which was told by Mr. and Mrs. .Rudolph Keiss, natives of Vienna, where they were married privately several years ago, contrary to tho wishes of Mrs. Rciss's stepfather, Earl Dittmarbch, who was at one time editor of tho Austrian Printer's Gazette and proprietor of an extensive printing establishment, and who intended to bestow her hand on Count Landower, a Hebrew banker. Mrs. Reiss told tho inspector that when it was discovered that slio was married her stepfather tried to persuade her to abandon her husband, and that Count Landower called on her sever.il times and induced her to change her mind. On ono occasion Mr. Reiss went home unexpectedly and found Count Landower in his wife's company. The Count was put out and was assisted to his homo by a policeman who found him disabled in the gutter. The annoyance to which she and her husband were subjected finally became unendurable and two years ago tho couple came to this country and went to livo at !No. 21 Park avenue, lloboken. Reiss got cmplovment u a painter. Early in Mav last Albert Lcfoitc, a Viennese bank cleric well known to Mr. and Mr. HoUs, met the husband and told him that ho was commissioned to take the wife back home to Vienna. When ho appealed at the houe in IToboken Mrs. Reiss threatened to have him anested if he annoyed her again. He left, not to "trouble her and not to inform her stepfather of her whereabout. A week ago Stepfather Dittmaish himself ariived here and, accompanied by called on Mr. Reis during her husband's absence. I To told her tltat Count Landower w.is still passionately in lovi with her, willing to marry her,' and thai if she cuiwuted to leturn and become his wife, her stepfather would receive a l:ntf amount of money. Upon bur husband's return, she 'informed him of her stepfather's, unexpected ii and piop Mi-Ion to her. The husband w.i indignant, but proposed to wait for further developments. At 5:30 o'clock afternoon Mrs. Reiss met her stepfather in a liioadway car. lie told hei that unless site consented to return Vienna her husband would be a dead man before Saturday night. Thoroughly alarmed, the woman wen. for her husband, and called at police head quartets for niotection. They did mt know the resilience of Carl Dittiiiar.li. II and Laporte had Ik en seen at the Eveiett Houe, in liarelay Mrs. Kui, siiu that her stepfather had been implicated in fraud, about transactions in Trieste; had swindled iier out of $0,000 left to her In her father, and had gone into fraudulent bankruptcy and had swindled his credit ois. Lapoite she also said had been on intimate terms with ono of daughter-!. The distressed couple were advUcd t consult a police magistrate in the morniu. and .Mr. Reiss was told that he should in the meantime carry a revolver to be pu pared for any attack. MAKE THE TRAMPS WOEK. How Supervisor (Jt'diioy Propone to Nnlu n Vexed Problem. New York, Aug. 20. Supervisor of Kings county, was ricentlv commissioned by the board of which lie is a member to obtain facts and statistics in regard to the management of paupers. In his forthcoming report ho says that "the public have at tho alms-house, jail and police station alono cared for an average of about 38,000 persons a year. The system of labor now prevailing at the penitentiary has mado that institution more than self-supporting. Under adverse circumstances during the year ending July 31, 1882, it gave a not profit to the county of $10,731.00." Ho recommends that all able-bodied men and women who apply or are committed to the county institutions bo compelled to work for their living. He suggests that a county farm of at least 1,000 acres be obtained upon which the eleemosynary, correctional reformatory institutions should be placed. He adds a second "until some more simple provision is made there should be established male and female workshops. Citiens should be permitted upon reasonable terms under some regular system to employ thoc females tor domestic work. This would in many instances save physi cally and morally, those who are willing to earn their living. Those who seek public charities for the purpose of avoiding work would be greatly benefited if required to labor at the institution, and a large saving would result to the county by reason of their employment. "For' the males a wood-yard could bo established by which their labor could be made a source of largo to the county." toUiTX'iUxENT GALL. 'Itie Cool Proceed intia of u Itiiuiuwiy Wlle. Sa.n Antonio, Tkx., Aug. 20. About three months ago the wil'o of Dan P. Smith, a well known and wealthy livery man of this city, eJoped with a Cincinnati man named Harris. Harris took her as far as St. Louis, where he abandoned her, went to Chicago and was killed. Mrs. Smith has, since Harris's abandonment, been working for $(J a week at St. Louis. While her husband was absent from their home in this city attending a meeting of tho lodge of Odd Fellows, tho woman entered and took possession of the house. Her husband was surprised on his return to lind her with his thrco childacn about her, apparently perfectly at homo. She refused to leave tho house, and Smith telephoned for tho police, but tho children begged and she was permitted to remain. She says tho stovy of her elopement with Harris is false. She says she left by herself, at her husband's bidding. i 3& BUSINESS HOUSES. r Tne following are among tlio leading niislness Establishments of Maysvllle. Customers will find these houses reliable and occupying a commanding position in their respective lines. A M. ItOUEKN, DEALER IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. 11 E. Sec. St, inchMly MA YSV1LLE, KY, G. ItKOWNINU, M. J., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OlHce and lesidonco south-east comer of I hud and Sutton treot. Will a Ives rtpnlnl attention to diseases peculiar to females. aplUdly MAYHVILLE. A FINCH A- CO., DEALERS IN GEAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor. llilrd and Sutton Streets, mch30ly MAYSVILLE, ICY. A KOUUIKSAuO.V, Locksmiths and Bell-Hangers. Aropiepired to put up Electric Houo Hells which aie not exposed in tho loom like tho oldstvlp. Pi Ices low. Call and see samples. SecondStreet, myll .MAYHVILLE, ICY. HO.VAX'.S BOOT AND SHOE STORE. Custom woik a specialty. Large stock. All kinds at lowest prices. No. i7, Maiket stieo ,two doors below D. A. Hlclmulsoii A Co.'s grocery. aldiVwIy MAYHVILLE. ICY. T)UKKSStV N'OJ.IX, Dealers in Staple and Fancy idsst qooids. No. 3. Enteipilse Block. Second Stieet, apl.Mly .MAYHVILLE, ICY. C. A 91 II OX, PHOTOGRAPHER, Second street, next door to Dr. Martin's aplOdly MAYHVILLE, ICY. p itoiiEiir ! A W.SOX A CO.. :Deilcis in: CIGARS and CONFECTIONERY. ICKCKEAU A SPlX'IAIrY. FRESH ROLLS AND CAKES EVEKY DAY. Second Stieet, EAST MAYSVILLE. 1 N. m.viut A- ItKO, V- i Dealeis In boots, bnoes, Leatner,MOBB,WMrKAOKI,BY" And FCXDIXGS, No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets. mcliJldly MAYhVILLK, ICY. TK.T. II. x. s.niiii, r3srrxis,r. Will de'ote his whole time to tho of the natui.il teeth. Dr. C. W. Waullo will takeehaiKOol all the mechanical work, such as uold, stlver.contlnuousguin, celluloid and rubber plates. mchllldly nCXKH'&ALMIX, STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, mantelf), etc. Sole ngeuts lor the celebrated Omaha and Lea 'er stoves. Hooting and piomptly and satisfactorily done. Cornet of Mitiketand Thlid itieets, A. U. Glascock's old stand. apllOdlw iitAXK iu;vixi;, Manufactuier of OIGABS, Proprietor of the celebrated biands: Hold the Foit, I'uiloi Queen and .Mother Hnbbaul. Best clgms in tho market. Full variety of Ninokert' ai tides. Second street. nUy MAYSVILLE, KY. If U. TItAXGIi, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ico cream parlors open for tho season. Absolutely pure caudles. Fresh biead of all kinds. Furnishing weddings and parties a specialty. Ptlces low. may-idly p M. WILLI A 318, 'Contractor and Builder. Plaus and Specifications furnished and all work promptly oud satisfactorily done. Shop on second street, opposite High school. aplCdly MAYSVILLE, ICY. pi:oitGE 1I.1IEISKK, :Dealer in: GROCERIES, Pineapple Hams. Home-made Yeast Cakes. mnySOdly SECOND STREET. 1 S. JUII, ATTOKNKY AT LAW. Itcul Estate and Collect iii(? AKTfliioy. Court St., (apl2dly) MAYSVILLE. KY. pKO.C'OX.fcNOX, Dealers in Staple aud Faucy JDJEMT SECOND STREET. mch311y MAYSVILLE, ICY. j OI.T KICIIKSOX, t Dealer in Staple and Fancy GROCEEIES, has UKMOVED from his old stand to tho building on Second stieet lately occupied by Charles II. Frank. aplUdly TTUXT te IJOYl.j;, Every new shado in DRESS GOODS, Crushed Stiawberry, Eloctilo Blue, Egyptian etc., aud new Tilmmlngd to match. Second St., mcliUlly MAYHVILLE, ICY. 1Ki:sH GT.OKGIA "Watermelons, Uest in tho woild, Just received at John Wheeler's Fi ult Depot, Market btrept. ap!8 TOHX B. l'OYNTZ, J It., INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and best Companies. Insures for full value. Low rates. Losses promptly paid. No discounts No delays. OIllco cornor Third ami Maiket streets. aplOdly T BLAKEBOKOUGII, THE BOSS WALTHAM WATOH STORE. Headquarters forCIocks, Hllvor Goods, Jewelry etc. All work promptly and satisfactorily douo. Second St Eiust of Markot. apl7 TAS. U. SALLEK, CLARENCE L. SALLEK Nullcc A Nallcc, ATTOKNET8 AT LAW INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Court Street, (seplOdly) MAYSVILLE, KY T W. SPAKKS A- ItKO., No. 24, MARKET STREET. NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS and Window Shades. Good Carpets at 3d. :j5, W, J5, 50, CO, 65, 70, 75. and 00 cts 81.00 an I $1.25 per yard. mcli31dly TAJIKS ACAKK, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Sale and Feed Stables Stieet ila"k orders piomptly attended to at all times. Finest and latest btylo Turnouts, noises bought and sold on Couimlsslon. lour doois below Central Hotel. al2, roixx t. flimiiivu. INSURANCE AGENCY. Roptexents tho London aud Liverpool and Globe. Gentian Ainetlcun, 01 New Yoik, and Phonlx, of Brooklyn. Also ngout lor Hluo Lick Water. Olllcu corner of Fiont and Hut-ton siieets. apllTdly II'. JtYAX. Mnnufnctuier and dealer In hand, pockcl and pencil STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS, Dates Ac. Guns, Pistols, Tmnks, Valises and Hewing .Machines lepnlred. Ti limpets put up bells hung, and kcjs miido to older. Stencil cut ting a specialty. Second St., apl7dly MAYSVILLE, ICY. tacoi: I.IXX, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ice cream and soda water. Fresh bread anil cakes. I'm ties and weddings tarnished on Klioit notice. a Second st., may3dly MAYSVILLE, ICY. I W. UAI.UUAITM, ATrOKXKY AT LAW, Ileal INtittoHiid Collvctln Agency. Third stieet, near Comt house, iiiylOl y MAYSVILLE, ICY. t I" AXK A WOKHICK, Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans and specifications furnished nn teiinsnnil all work satisfactory ami P'omptlv done. Olllcu on Third stieet, between Wall and Sutton. apUldly I wholesalo and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. SecondStreet, (mh28ly) MAYSVILLE, K lr. j ytlMt I.OU l'OM'MXO, FASHIONABLE MILLINER. 1 Fall Hats, .Millinery Goods, Bonnets, Ribbons, Floweisand M.Illneiy Goods generally. Kiitlu satisfaction uuaiantoed In all cases. second, oppoito Opoia House, maylly J4TKS. F. . COI.X.IXN, , MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. 1 Latest styles of Hats, Honnets, Lncesaml Millinery .Notions. Pi ices low. Second street, I Mi.s. Geoige Hut rows' old stand. apllbdly 1 JIXcOOUULK k II0114N, j 5,000 STANDARD PRINTS i at 5 cents Job lotofseasnnablegoodsjust PilnLs, Lawns, Ginghams, Patasols and Funs at bottom pi Ices. aplUdly I IVX1'4 n.rrn: cahk, !! Second street, January i Mock. Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Feat heis, Trimmings etc., of the latest stvles. Pi Ices Low. mchaidly V j '. MAllSII, A'rrOKNEY ATI,W, .ItiNlico r tli l'oace, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. Wilt nil voi tlso and sell real estate. No charges whatever unless a sale Is consummated. Deeds, tnortgiiges Ac. wi Itteu at rates as low as nuy one's. OIllco Llbiaiy Building, Sutton street. M. IAVIS, rUKXISIEIXO GOODS mid Hats. Caps. Trunks and Valises. The latest fall stylesjust lecolved. Market St., aplOdly MAYSVILLE, KY. A. J. WILLIAMS CARPETS, Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will bo sold CHEAP for tho next thirty days, Call and see them. mchaoiy No. 2!), East Second Street. MJ.AKCHOEACOX, (Formerly Miss Maggie Rasp,) FASHIONABLE MILLINER. has Just received a full supply of Fall and Winter Millinery Goods. Hats, Bonnets, Laces, IUbbons,Tilmmlngsnnd all novelties. Tho ladles ate invited to call. Markot street, nllfilly MAYSVILLE. Tyrits. jiaky k. tiiojias, ' Dealer In Millinery and Notions, Announces that she has Just received her spring stock, which will be found very aud that she has also secured the services of an accomplished trimmer from Cln clnnatl. Ono price only. 13 E. Second St., aOJly MAYSVILLE, KY. -vrosi: DAULTOX .v into., GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full lino of all kinds of vohlcles on hand for sale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by day, week or mouth. Largest avul best an-pointed Livery Stablo In the west " Pi Ices as iow as any, Uestattontlon to vehicles stoted. Telephone connection. No. 40 and 42 west Second St., aplTdly MAYHVILLE, KY. AW11NS A ItAKKI.KY Nos. 67 and 59 Second and 10 Sutton strcots, liavo Just received a largo stock of Improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, tho greatest labor-saving implomont ovor offered to farmers. The best tobacco hoes aud tobacco barn hardware of all kinds, npllO M-EW FIU3C, BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA, (Successors to Cpoper A Blsset, Iloulcr in NIovom, MurhlHr.cO Atiiutnl,iiiMl iiiiiiiiilactnrorH ofTlii, Copiker i HlieeC Iron Wnro, Snecliil attention paid to tin rootling, gutter and Hpoutlng. I'nietlcal plumbers, gits and steam fitters. Wiought lion and lead pipes, Ac. All work attended to promptly and warranted. 23 E. Second sl aOdly MAYHVILLE, ICY. ' f A, MKAXH, . FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full lino of Uuilnl Robes and all ai Holes required by tho undertaking trade. Orders piomptly attended to day or nlclit. niAJly Jo. 01, Eat Second Street. S; J.DAUUIIKKTY, No. 0, West Second Street. IVEAPtBLE YARD. Monumonts, Tablets and Headstones always on hand. Orders by mall will receive tho sumo piompt attention us it dellveted In poison. aplUdly i II. OMlIA.U, 'PLUMBER, Sanitary Engineer. Gas and Steam-titter. Dealer in plumber's goods, Pumps, Hose, Sower Pipes, Load and lion Piping, Kieiim and Water Gauges. No. 8 west Second stieet, opposite Gelscl's giocery, apl7dly MAYHVILLE, KY. J HIM OX, Dealer In QUEEKSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Glass. Cutlery. Notions, etc No. -lo Maiket Stieet. East side, between Second and Third, a2ldl)m MAY'HVILLE, ICY. r w. ivxcii, Manufactuier of and Dealer fti BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladles' nnil children's tine shoes a specialty Custom work made to older. Kcpairiiigncatly and promptly done at modeiatochaiges. No. -11 Market steett.lEast side. aily MAYSVILLE. KY Frank R. LATE FRAME Cabinet, Ebony and Colored Satin, Painted Mat $1 00 Cabinet, Ebony and Colored Plush, Painted Mat 1 50 Cabinet, all Gold, two Colors 1 OO Scarlet Plush, Silk Embroidered.. 1 OO " Peacock Blue, Silk Embroidered. 1 OO Scarlet Plush,Sanded Gold Bands 1 OO 14 Satin Puffed Corner 1 OO ' " " Star-shape opening 125 ' Embossed Flower, Velvet 4 col... 12 5 Velvet Com'n. 1 50 llich Plush, Sanded Gold Bands.... 1 50 " Bars 1 50 iC Combination Plush and Gold 1 50 " Satin and Velvet, eight styles 50 " Ebony and Colored Satin 75 Photo, Velvet Frame, Metalic Rim 1 5 " Plush Embossed Metalic Rim 35 not fail to call and look at these Frames. Any of the above .sent ly mail anywhere on receipt of price and postage. These goods have just been received and will be sold in the next few days, Send all orders and communications to Frank It. Fluster, Maysville, Ky. DO YOU WANT TO RIDE ? $1.00 Frank It. Phlster will glvo j on a tti eet Car Ticket with every cash purchase of FRANK R. AVIi I). ANDEItSON, DENTIST, iVo. 21 Altrkct St., nearly opp. Central Hotel, Ofilcc Open at all ourt. MAYSVILLE, KY nnyl31y.d. ry F. HI IT, BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALL HOURS. Work promptly and satisfactorily done. Terms reasonable. Front street, between Market and Sutton. apllOdly TirHITKA OKTl FXJUITITXJIIE. Wo will not be undersold by any house In Kentucky or at Cincinnati, it we have half a chanco . mchSldly MA YSV1LLE, KY. T I1.3IATICKWS .V CO.. Manufacturers and Dealers In Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash, Staves, 1 end ng, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac. nicnaily MA YSVILLE, ICY. vy iximonsT a iji.lmi, MERCHANT TAILORS. Our stock of Fall and Winter goods Is now neai ly rcimpleto. As wo do nothing but 'latlotlng. and undetstnnd It to glvo the best of satisfaction. Piices veiy teusonable. au2 ISSJ WU.I.IAM nuxr. Manulactuter and oilglnator of tho eel? biated brut.dsof CIG-ABS, .Silver Dollar. Wm. Hunt's Dark Horse, Happy Smoke, Three Beauties, Cotdwood and Gold slugs. Second Stieet, Maysvllle. Ky. y Axcry ,v am:xaxiu:k, OI,l ItKI.IAItl.i: LIVERY, SALE AMD FEED STABLES. Vehicles of all kinds, good stock and eaieful drlvets. Horses kept by the day, or week on reasonable terms. Second St., between .Market and Limestone. Phister's W8BTAT58NS. FOR THIS WEEK ONLY! Call and buy your goods and get a ticket that will take you thrco miles. PHISTER Mav'sville, Ky. PLACE BUY- MANTELS, uiiBimiL! liuij AT & Power's. THE BEST -TO STOVES, GRATES. IS Blatterman OUR SPECIALTIES. Latest and most impiovcd btyles of Cooking nntl Ilentlng Stoves, mndo at Wheeling, W Va of hot blastcliaicoaliron,worantednotto havoa .single ouncoot bciap lu them. These Stoves, of course, wear the longest. .,., , , . lIOUNi: FUltMSHIJVO JOOl)N of nil kinds and tho Best quality. I'F.KHliKSH JCK Clti: A 31 FIIKEZKIt It has no complications beyond the capacity of a child. Tho can sots squarely auywhore. Tho dasher Is elf-adjusting. LIT't'LK JOHKU WASJIINO Cheap and Efrcctivc. Best made. UVKKIV or THE WEST WATEIt IUlAWA.It, which fcaves halt oi tho labor of drawing water from a well or cistern. EAItl.Y IIUEAKFANTC'OOKINO STOVE, which is admitted by all who havoused it to'havo no superior. Call aud fcee It. Call and hue us whether you wish to buy or not. npHSilly BLATTERMAN & POWER.