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7atal Boilor Explosion in Albany, New York. Throe Men IiiHtnntly Killed nnd Several HerloiiNly InjurcU Xeth els I.yiutf AlnriKtfltln Tolutty Wrcckctl Terrific Torce or tlie Kx Touh of S(tnl Hurled lltinUroilN of Foot Into the All. Albany, Sept. 28. Early in the the boiler of the steamer J. S. liobui tons, which lay at the foot of street, exploded with frightful force, killing Cant. George S. Warner and the fireman, Win. Cleary, and seriously injuring Fred. Tinslnr, the engineer, who was blown into the water and narrowly escaped drowning, and "Willard Dura ml. and Melvillo Ryan, deck hands, Richard Van Zandt, non of Captain Van Zandt, of the tug Cora, from ISew Bnltimoreflying alongside the Kobinaon, was also injured. Captain Robinson, of the Hattio M. Ilcttfl, was blown from his yilot house on to the wharf and feevercly injured. The JJctts, which lay at the utern of tho Robinson, was uainagcd $1,000. Tlie Cora, was a total wreck, and tho C. P. Grout, lying ahead of the Robinson,diad her joiner work carried away and machinery damaged. The Robinson sank immediately, carrying with it the body of Cleary the ii reman. Ono section of tho boiler, weighing two or three tons, was hurled 401) feet against the top story of a three story building, crushing in a portion of tho walL Another section weighing nearly c ton crushed in the roof of tho coal barge of E. 51. Downing, and still another section was hurled to the rear of the cabin of tho coal boat Apollo, and tearing away tho roof before it, fell into the river. Buildings were shaken, windows shattered, and general consternation prevailed in the vicinity. Tho exploded boiler was built by Robert Livingston, of this city, in 1SS2. THE NEWSPAPER WAR. Rumor ttmt tlio Herald "Will lleclncc It Prlco to One Cunt. New York, Sept 28. It was public gossip among the newsdealers during the nicht that James Gordon Bennett had cabled from Europe in a certain contingency to reduce the price of tho Herald to one cent, and that it would probably be done on Sunday, and possibly earlier. About the Herald office it was said the paper could very well aflbrd to bo given away, its advertiacmente being quito sufficient to yield a net sum of $2,000 a day above tho cost of publication. As a result of tho action of the newsdealers in refusing to tell the paper for less than three cents, it is said that the Herald is prepared in an emergency to start pony wagon and express routes of its own and leave the newsdealers out in tho cold. There is a bitter feud among tho old four cent papers. It is again rumored that the Sun will reduce its price. Kullrouil Wrocfu Duluth, Minn., Sept. 28. On the St, Paul & Dulutli road, a Northern Pacific engine and St. Paul & Duluth freight tram collided through the e.irelessnesof Conductor Eraser. Both engines and all the cars were wiecked. Fireman Wallace was fatally injured, and Fireman Ludlow, of the freight, and several others unknown seriou.ly injured. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. General MiirUf4. Cincinnati, Sept. 28. Ihitter Fresh stocks of bright fancy dairy taken by consumers at o0c, and prime to choice sold at 2l23c, Very little fancy dairy comes in which will command more than 20c. Inferior grades of dairy are steady, and quoted as follows: Prime to choice at lo19c; packing grades at 10loc, and grease butter at o(a)7iu Chee.se Thejmarket is fully supplied and steady. Prime to choice Ohio quoted at 10(5; lie, and New York at 12(u)12Jc, Eggs The market opened weak at 20c, closing dull at 19c per dozen for choice fresh from store. On call 75 cases seller the year sold 19A19c. Cabbage The market was easy, with liberal roceints. Prime to choice homo grown quotable at SI 7o(I(j , 2 00 per brl. in shipping order. Shipped plentiful and easy at $1 G01 C5 per url. Onions Qniet and easy: prime to choice in shipping onkr, boW at $1 75 2 per brl, home grown selling at tlie inside rates. Sweet potatoes Market weak and lower, with libeiol offerings; choice fresh Eastern yellow selling at $3 per brl, and Southern do at $2 25(A2 50; Southern reds sold at SI 50(2 75. Potatoes Market steady. Prime to choice stock in bulk quoted at $1 001 10 per brl, and from store in shipping order at $1 25 1 40 per brl. Grain MiirketM. Cincinnati, Sept, 28. Wheat The market wa les active and easier, clos ing at S1051 OoJ for No. 2 red and SI 011 03 for No. 3 red; choice long-berry was scarce and nominally held at SI 031 10. Corn was active and strong for cash and September, a "squeeze" being in operation; No. 2 mixed closed at 50J 57c, and No. 3 mixed at 52Jo3c; ear corn was dull and nominal at 50052c. Milwaukee, Sept 2S. "Wheat Strong; October,Sl 012; November, SI 011 J; December, SI 03. Corn Easier; No. 2, 50Ja Oats Nominal, No. 2, 271, Live Stock ItfnrKctM. Cincinnati, Sept. 28. Cattle Common to fair bhippers$4 505 00; good to choice S5 155 75; good to choice, butchers' grades, S4 00 1 75; fair to medium, S3 3 75; common, SI 752 75; good to choice cows, St 004 35; good to choice heifers, SI 2o4 75; common to fair oxen, $2 50 3 50; good to choice, S3 754 75: Mockers and feeders, S3 754 50; and Mjmo extra at S4 75, and somo light yearlings and calves, $2 503 50. I logs-Select butchers' ami heavy shippers', S4 90 )5 25, and some extra, a shade higher; fair to good packing, S4 254 85; fair to good light, S4 755 35; common, $4 00 4 60; culls, S3 00400; stock hogs S3 50 4 50, and dull, Chicago, Sept 28. Hogs Tho market to-day was stronger, with fair to good light at $4 505 36; mixed packing, $145 4 76; choice heavy. Si 805 20. Cattle-Good to choice shipping steers, S5 30 5 00; common to medium, Si 005 10, feiirijWj r?i 9 u&Jifi,M v A IIONANVS BOOT AND SHOE STORE. Custom work a specialty. Large stock. All kinds at lowest prices. No. Market stree ftwo doors below D.A. IMchavdson & Co.'s grocery. , aJd&wly MAYSVILLE, KY. p A.UJCOX, "photographer, Second street,!next door to Dr. Martin's aplGdly MAYSVILLE, KY. TOHX T.FM2MIXC4. INSURANCE AGENCY. Represents tho London and Liverpool and .. JdifUi:, V7U&JU1WJ auiuauui v a.ivy .-., L'henlx, of Brooklyn. Also agent lor Blue Lick Water. Ottlrc corner of Front and Hut- tou streets. apuniiy r m. UAi,im(iTir, 4 ATTOltyEY AT LAW, Ileal Ksntciuil Collecting A policy, Third Htrcet, near Court house, m y 10 1 y MAYSVILLE, KY. CDOIKJLK A HOI1 OX, M' Have Just received from tho manufacturers a full lino of seasonable iroods Jor the fall and winter trade. Jeans, FlannellM, Blanlcotw, Hosiery i uioaits, uounnns, raiemis ami jerseys. Call In and seo them and el pi Ices. TIHS IOU POWIiING, FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Kail Hats, Millinery Goods, Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers and Millinery Goods generally. Entlio satisfaction uuarautecd In all cates. Second, opposite Opera IIoum. may -By r r.HAUsa, A'rrOUNKY AT LAW, Jim t ice of tlio Peace, REAL ESTATE and INSUHANXE AGENT. Will advertise and sell real estate. No charges whatever unless a hale Is consummated, Deeds, mortgage ifcc. written at rates as low as any one's. Oillce Library Building, Button stiect, TITKN. A. JT. Wlfil'IAaih. CARPETS, Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will ho sold CHEAP for the nest thirty days, Call and see them. mchSOly So. 29, East Second Street. Tyrns. ;ii.aucuikac'ox, (Formerly Miss Magglo Hasp,) FASHIONABLE MILLINER. has Just received a full supply of Fall ami Winter Millinery Goods. Hats, Bonnets, Laces, Itlubons,Trlmmlngs and all seasonable novelties. Tho ladles are lnvhed to rill. Market street, anttly MAYSVILLE. US. MAKY i:. THOMAS, M Dealer In Millinery and Notions, Announces that she has Just received hei fall stock, which will he lonntl very attractive and that she has also secured the services of an accomplished trimmer from Cincinnati. One price only. 13 K. Second St., nOdly MAYSVILLE, ICY. o.Hi; iKiriroN v into., GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full Hue of all kinds of vehicles on nanci forsalo, hire or exchange. Horses kept bj day. week or month. Larirest and heht un pointed Livery Stahlo In tho west. Prices n low as any. Hest attention to vehicles stoied Telephone connection. No. 4i and 42 Second at., nplTdly 31AYSVILLK, KY. vtkw riu.nv BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA. (Suecessoisto Cooper & Hlsset, DealerH In Stoves. Itaites, Mm blelzee iyntilolH,aiul imiiinluef itrerH ol'J in, v'opjtor an! Nlieot Iron Wttrc. Special attention paid to tin looUIng.RUttei and spouting. Practical plumbers, gas nm steam Utters. "Wrought Iron aud lead pipes lc All work attended to promptly uc warranted. !W K. Second st aDdly MAYSVILLE. KY. "PAUL JJ. AKDEKSOX, flgsm UEISTXISTT Ao. 21 Market St. .nearly opp. Central Hotel, Ofilce Open at all Hours. MATS VILLIC, K lmylSly.d. r a, mkaan, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full line of Burial Robes and all articles re quired by tho undertaking trade. Olden promptly attouded to day or night. mSOly iVo. 01, East Second Street, s J.DAUGUEIt'TY, No. 6, West Second Street. MARBLE YARD. Monumouts, Tablets and Headstones always on hand. Orders by mall will receive the same prompt attention as H delivered In person. npISdly O 1. OliOHAM, PriTJMBEIR, Sanitary Engineer, Gas and Steam-fitter. Dealer in plumber's oods, Pumps, Hose, Sewer Pipes, Lead and Iron Piping, Steam and Water Clauses. No. 8 west Second street, opposito Gelsol's grocery, apUdly MAYSVILLE, KY. T. f. Kirr, BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY, OPEN AT ALLHOURS. Work promptly and satisfactorily done Terms reasonable. Front btreot, botweei Market and Sutton. apllOdly W. Manufacturers and Dealors In Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash, Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, rtc. mcn&ly MAYSVILLE, JCY. vir jiiti: v out. We will not bo undersold by any house in Kentucky or at Cincinnati, It wo have hall a chance. inchlSMly MAYSVILLE, KY. Vy W. IjYMUJI, Manufacturer of and Dealer In BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladlos' aud children's flno shoes a specialty Custom work made to order, Repairing neatly and promptly dono at moderate charges. No. 41 Market steott,East side. a4Jy MAYSVILLE, KY "iWvl Rev. Father Wilds' EXPERIENCE. The Her. Z I. WI1U -well-known city missionary In New York, and brother of tho late eminent Judge Wilds, of tho Massachu setts Supremo Court, writes ns follows : " 78 E. rUh St.. Xew York. May 1C, 1882. Mnssns. J. O. Aviut & Co., Gentlemen : Last winter I was troubled with a most uncom fortahlo Itching humor airectlnjr more especially my limbs, which itched so intolerably at night, ami burned so inton?ely, that I could scarcely bear any clothing over them. I was also a sufferer from a severe catarrh nud catarrhal cough; my appetlto was poor, and my system a good deal nm down. Knowing tliovaluo of Ayeu's by observation of many other cases, aud from personal two In former years,! began taking It for tho above-named disorders. 3iy appetlto Improved almost from tbo llrst doso. Alter a short time tho fever and Itching wore allayed, and all signs of irritation or uiosKin disappeared. .My catarrh and cough were also cured by tho sntuo means, and my general health greatly Improved, until It Is now excellent. I feci a hundred per cent stronger, and I attribute these results to tho use of tho Sarsavaiulla, which I recommend With all conlhleuco ns the best bipod medicine ever devised. 1 took it In small doses threo times a day, and used, In all, less than two bottles. I place these facts at your sorvice, hoping their publication may do good. Yours respectfully, Z. I WlM3." Tho abovo Instance Is but ono of tho many constantly coming to our notice, which provo tho perfect adaptability of AVer's Sarsavarilla to tho euro of all diseases arising from Impure or impoverished blood, and a weakened vitality. Ayesr's SarsapasriSfa cleanses, enriches, and strengthens tho blood, stimulates tho action of tho stomach and bowels, and thereby enables tho system to resist and over-come tho nttacksof all Scrofulous Diseases, Eruptions of the Skin, Jiheumatlsm, Catarrh, General frtbillty, and all disorders resulting from poor or corrupted blood and a low state of tho system. lUtCPAURD I1Y Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists; prlco ?1, six bottles for 5. AYER'S sililllllP' CATHARTIC PILLS -Best Purgative Medicine cure Constipation, Indigestion, Headache, and all Bilious Disorders. Sold everywhere. Always reliable REGISTERED JERSEYS AT- PUBLIC SALE. Miesflay and Tlmrsflay. Oct, 10. 11 We will -ell at Mers. Treaoy A WINon1 1j xliminii, ICy,, commencing: nroniptu at one o'clock on WednoMlay and ten oVioelc on Tuesday 125 Registered Jersey Cattle, mostly ynuni! row and heifers In calf to choice nulls. The INteumpiNesslx Hh;aul an imported daughter of Duke TO, an imported dauahtei and a double u'nu.d daughter ot tlie famous I.o Drocon'4 I'iIzp, a daimhter of Count Hr. (leorm1, a son and of tlio roomusolu Dull Catamo, W( a d-daughter" or Polonium, tne Kin 1 hiUJ, Jt sup, WH), a daughter of Almnh ot Oakland, reooid 1(J pound and fmiifeon mi ctw In seven day, anil otn I'M) individual excellence and uuod breed Inu lioiu ncli tami.k'sustlie VU nois, It Jnh Mpliea, Uex. ete. sale pol'lvi and resMrvoorhy iiddln. he hud by applylnu to U. .Mlcliad, Lexluutnn. Ky., who will com 1 Unite lo head. Terms eahli or satisfactory unto hpirMns S percent, interest. ALKX McCLINTOi'K A S N. .Mllieijibur, Ky. Before "INSURING YOUR" LIFE KXAMINU TIIK TONTINE Savings Fund Plan -OF THE- EQUITABLE JFE flsSURAHCE gOGIETY. Instead of Investlnc In stocks, bonds or oth erbecurltles or depositing In Savings Hanks EXAMINE THIS PLAN of Insurance, which not only yields a return as an investment, but gives Immediate Indemnity In case or death. Assets $48,000,000. JOS. F. BUODHICK, u&.Gr',J2JSTTm Second btreet. MAYSVILLE, KY T. Lowry, -:Dealcrln: FAMILY GROCERIES, Teas, ucciiuware, iaivs, Glassware, ToIaeeos, Noiioiis. Hiuhestcash prlco paid for country produce. JylSdtf Corner Konrth and IMum streets. FEESH OYSTERS ! Ilest brands served In any style, DAY Oil NIGHT at R.M.WILLETT'S Restaurant, My establishment has lately been fltted up in naniisomoBtyjc, ituu buijiuiuu wjiu ovoi convenience. Cooking unoxcelled. It. M. WILLKTT, tSOdSm No. 8. Market street, SL xA. U .-5121 ii iWttfi" """""irliin imh ,ix?,i yzj. - ' yt .- t , , . y ECNEW I Wholesale and STOVES etc. In order to supply tho increaslug demands of our trade wo nro continually adding to our supply of Stoves and Tinware. REMEMBER OUR STOCK IS ALL NEW ! having been recently purchased with a view to to tho wants of this market. Cook Sloves of tlio beht makes Ileatlnu stove In ureat variety. Mantels and Grates of every kind always on hand and sold at the LOWEST HATKri. Call and examine our new stock sepl Corner Market and Third Streets, Maysvllle, Ky. -COME AT LAST! "gtS t :Tho greatest re luctlon ever kuowu In tho history 01: Farm Wagons, Wheat Drills, 4,'iilti' JSlils, Wire X'enriiig i'r.n .11 ills, 1'Ak., a But the most lemarkableof all is the astounding LOW PKICE ol the GENUINE Col UMBLBS Manufactured HTtl1fJIIIWiMi BlJa8S i From the best material found in America, thus enabling us to warrant It equal to any made In this or any other country. Largo Invoice are now beln received lor tne Fair. All aie Invited to call and see the work whether they desire to purchase or not. MYALL, RILEY & PORTER, No. 7, Second, and 13, Sutton Sts., : Asks attention to SCHOOL And Supplies every Eook used in either the public or private schools of tin's city uiul county. EVERYTHING NEEDED IN THE SCHOOL f.OOM. To every GIKL buying BOOKS mil SUPPLIES lottl of Expressly For Us MAYSVILLE, KY. his large lino of : BOOKS 9 Perfumery, HOOKS and SUPPLIES SHOE MAGNET Given F&EE8 NEW LINE OF and HAIL BIRiXJSHIES Powders, Puffs, JPxifE Colognes, etc. to Picture Framing, wny of BOOKS, STATIONERY, MUSIC, novelty, don't worry about it, but write at supply you ut reasonable rates. Mnil orders When in tho city do not fail to call on PIIISTER, KY. PLACE BUY- MANTELS. TINWARE. ETC, i llu imiimiL! liuij IS AT & Power's. And to every BOY buying A HORSE be A FINE, HAIR, TOOTH Combi, Face Poxes, Special Attention BSTWhon vou wish anything in tho PICTURE FRAMING, or any nice once or call on PI1ISTER, who will solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. FRANK R. MAYSVILLE, THE BEST -TO STOVES. GRATES. ii uiiniLUi mnii Blatterman & ALLEN, retail doalors In : OUR SPECIALTIES. Latest niul most Improved styles of Cooking nnd Hentlne Btoves, mndo nt Wkeolliur, "V Vn..ofhot blnstchnrcoaliron, warranted Jiotto hnvoaiiugloouncoot bcrnplu them. Tlieso stoves, of course, wear tho longest. 1IOITSK MJKWl8HINOOOl of nil kinds and tlio Best quality. rKKKIiKSN ICK 1IKAN has no compllcatlonR beyond the capacity of a child. Tlio can sets squarely anywhere. Tho dasher is self-adjusting. JO It Kit WANlilJVG Cheap and Effective. Best made. UUKEN OF Vll WEST UAT12K UKAWWt, which saves half of the labor of water from a well or cistern. .... A 11 IVY nnKAHFANTCOOKINO RTOVK, which is admitted bynil who have nsed it to have do superior. Calland eeo it. Call and seo us whether you wish to buy or not. npll3dly BLATTERMAN & POWER.