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Manufacturer and oilglnator qt tho cele brated brands of CIGhAllE&Si Silver Dollar. Win, Hunt'sDnrk Bono, Happy Smoke, Three Beauties, Cord wood and Gold Slugs. Second Street, Maysvllle, Ry. A, M.ROGEKS, -DEALER IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. 41 K. Sec. EU xncliSOly JM YBtVlLLE,KY O. imoWMKG, M. ., PHYSICIAN ANDtSURGEON. OlUco and residence south-east cornor of Third and Sutton streotM. Will pivo special attention to diseases peculiar to (9"?,1' aplHdly MABV1LLE. FINCH A CO., DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor. Third and Sutton Streets, tUchSOly" MAYSVILLE, KY. ATTOlfoKY AT LAW, Kcnl Ittnloiuid Collecting AKdicy Court fiU, (aplSdly) MAYSVILLE. KY. now iiiciiekox, Dealer In Staple and Fancy has REMOVED from hli old stand to the building ou Second street lately occupied by Charles H. Frank. up!3dly J F. ItYAN. Gold, Silver ami Nickel ELECTRO PLATING, and Rubber Stamp Work done pn short notice nt Maysvlllo Repairing WoA IJn. S, Second street. apl7ly J. F. ItYAN. JAMES VAltIt, CSuccessora to Thomas Jacfcfeon,) Livery, Sale and Feed Stables street Hark orders promptly attended to at nil times. Finest and latest rtyle Turnouts. Hordes bought and sold on Commission. Market St. lour doors below Central Hotel, olid W. SPARKS V 11ICO., J. iVo. 24, MARKET STREET. NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS and Window Shades. Good Carpets at 30, , SJ, 40, 45, 50, 60, U5, 70, 76. and 00 cts., 81.00 niyl .2& per yuru. HI JOHN 11. I'OYXff.JK., INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and best Companies Insures for full value. Low rates. Losses promptly paid. No discounts No delays. OlUco corner Third aud Market streets. aplOdly. T ULAKKHOUOUOIl, THEBOSS WALTHAM WATOH STORE, Headquarters forelocks, Silver Goods, Jew elrv etc. All work piomplly and Second St., tastol Market. apl7 TACOIt UNN, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. t..,t n,ttn o n (.nnnlnllv WrPttll hrPllfl and cakes. Faults and weddings lurnihheel 85 Second St.. may3dly MAYSVILLE, KY. t am; v woniucu, Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans and speclflcatlons furnished an reasonable terms aud all work satisfactorily and piomptlv done. Office on Third .stieet. between Wall and Sutton. ipi:idly A HAtilIXY, Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, (mlnSIy) MAYSVJLLE,KY. iAVisi - - FURNISHING GOODS nuil Hats. Caps, Trunks and Valises. The latest fall stylesjust received. Market St., npWdly MAYSVILLE, KY. tltks. m, J. Monpoitnj " Third St., opposite Christian Church. Millinery and Notions. A NEW STOCK Just received and pi ices VERY LOW. Bonnets and Hats mado over lu the latest styles. nzaiu AXKH. l II. COLLINS, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest RtvloH of Hats. Bonnets. Laces and Millinery Notions. Prices low. Second streot, Mrs. ueorge isurrows' out sianu. upuouiy TlriSS MATTIK OAK It, Second Hreet, January Block. Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc., of the latest Ftyles, Prices Low, mchSldly AWENS A RAUItLllY, 'uwi ui; M1.V.U1111 urn iu nuuun oiicviot have Just received a larye stock of Improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, tho greatest implement ever of- rereu 10 xarmers. iiio uesi louacco uoesauu tobacco barn hardware of all kinds, aplia S.1 8I3ION, -Dealer In- QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Glass. Cutlery. Notions, eto. No.' Market Street, East side, between Second and Third. a21dSm MAYBVILLE, KY, OLD WORLD LABOR. BULLETIN. j A 1Ui AOi. x MAYSVICLE, KY.,' FRID J" AT, .:. OCTQBER 2G, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. What Mr. Wobks Will Eoport to tho Government. f An Intttrcfttfnjt flnmmary of Homo Careful Obervntlon on tho Lnlrar and Wnoc QaftloH la tb OroiU fiffumfncturliiff Outre or Europp TlioNlrlUIiit Advantngcn InJoyU Ky1 American Workmen, Prrranuno, Pa., Oct, 25, Mr. J. D. "Weeks haa returned from hia four months' tour of England, Scotland, Ireland, Bel. rium ajid France, llo was called upon at the office of Uie Western Iron Association, of which he is Secretary, aud interviewed upon his experience, impressions and gleanings acquired while abroad. Illative to the wago question that will bo Hub mittcd in a report Mr. Weeks will make to tho censui bureau, Mr. Weeks Bald that throughout all Europe ho found wages lower, and the purchasing power oi money much less than in Uils country In England ho risked three of tho princi pal iron mills and was not favorably im pressed with their power of production when compared with the American iiou worL Tho highest prices paid for pud dling was eight shillings, while iu thi country the lowest figure, is$3.50 per ton to $5,75. The prico paid roller u very much lass than ia given in this country II says that in Belgium the workingmen receive about ono third the price paid in and live horribly. While through out Europe tho workingmen livo clieaiter, it ih because they livo ioorcr, as a dollar in that country will not purcliaso as inticli as a dollar in tho United States, number of and is of the opinion that the foreigners make the be! fine tablewure, but for common tableware, such as, is in general use, the Amenqun manufacturer equals, if he Iocs not excel, tho Englihli. Kclativo to window uv& ho b ot tho opinion that they excel not in blowing, but in the flattening Ilodoesnot think they have anv Erocess. etter fiattencrs, but have better imul IMr, Weeks says that he found among thi English workmen a growing t&ntiment iu favor of protection, for tho reason thai their wages sulTenxl from lielgian comj eti tion. TJicy discovered that free trade op pressed their wages. In Belgium, too, he found protection istst Men who feared that if general free trade laws v. ere enacted, tho neutral markets, that weie now open to foieign manufacturers alone, would bo entered by tho Americans and in time be tafcen entirely away by American manufacturers. Mr. Wteks said that his report would show a largo percentage in favor of the American workmen. First, better wages, more than per cent better; second, better living, because money would go further and do more. lie says he will have his report in shapo in a short time ready to present to the Depart ment at Washington, Slot- lcnlou Lawyern Niifipondeii. Washington, Oct, 25. Tho Secretary of the Interior has suspended the following additional attorneys from practice before the Pension O I lice: John M. Rous it Co., of Washington, for false advertisement, and Frank Y. McDonald, of Baltimore, for illegal fees. Ho was debarred from practice before the Depurtmunt. E. II. Taylor, of Vabsar, MioL, for acceptiug illegal fees, and (1. W. Johns of Washington, for using penalty envelops. The latter at one time wits Chief Clerk of the 'PcnHion Oflice and resigned to engage in the Pension claim busiuertt. A Northern Pftolllc l,ir Suit. Nkw Yomc, OcU 25, A suit has just been brought iu the Superior Court, by Wtu.lL rield, against the Northern Pa" cine Bailrnad Company, Fred Billinirs, Henry Villard, August Helmont, and othcra. To-day. upon application ot Dun ning, Edsull and i'owier, Judge O'Gorman In the Superior Court special teravgrauted a temporary injunction restraining the do fendants from huing. making, or taking any hteiw to issue any further bonds oX the Northern Pacific railroad, or any oilier, or further mortgage or lien' upon its property. Win. 1'cuu'a Old House lu PniLAPELriiiA, Pa., Oct. 25. Tho formal ceremonieH conuected with tho preseuta tion to tho Park Commissioners, by the committee of citizens who have hud the matter in charge, of the old residence of Wm. Penu, bo loug a landmark in the old city of Philadelphia, and erected in street, took place yesterday afternoon in Fuirmount Park, in the presence of the Park Commission, the committee of citizens and a number of public oihcuils. AUttfrd Clerical Tlilol lllenaed. Pjuiauulvhia, Pa., Oct. 25. Frederick B. Nixou, tho ex-clergyman who was arrested on the charge ol hatug stolen $30 from tile bar-tender of a low dive on Sixth street, was given a further heariug before Magistrate Nixon, After listening to tho testimony of two cr three inmates of the dive, the magistrate released Nixon aud said that in his opinion he had not done the crime. Want (tie Hteumbont laiUH EtnvUcil. NkV Yonic, Oct. 25. The National Board of Steam Navigation organized in Iuisville iu 1871, was called to order this morning at the Metropolitan Hotel for its twelfth annual meeting, E. W. Gould, of St. was chosen President, and C. II. ikyer, Secretary, The object of tho meeting is to have Congress pass a law completely revising tho present steamboat laws, a ItcapHed. Charlotte, N. C, Oct. 25. Governor Jarvia to-day respited until Deccmbei 10 Wm. Davis, tho negro who was to have been hanged hero on Friday next for Mrs.'Alex. Campbell. SAT DOWN UPON. AnslMlt&a AJt&ttx4ln Schemes , U4Mkcd,An tUm Had. IjOndom, Oct. 5, Lord Derby, Colonial Secretary,1" haa written &!cUer to General Muclver, tho chief promoter of the New Guinea exploration and colonization company, emphatically protesting against further encroachments upon the rights of tho inhabitants of that island. He calls attention to the fact tint the Ministry has. on several previous occasions, condemned tho project oi annexing any oi tho South Pacific Islands to Australia, or in any manner'1 assuming to establish a control over these islands at va ri anco with tlio presen t system af Government In some oi these, particularly tho Inlands of Samoa, German, British and American Consols have at times axercihcd their influence jointly or separately, and treaties exist which practically rant to certain of thctto islands tho rights if independent States. Thercforo if General Molver persists in forcible scizuro of any of Ntho specified territory, or in any manner disregards the rights ,f tho natives or colonists now occupying these islands, even though such jperatioua xnuy be conducted under the British flag and ostensibly in British interests, tho Government will at once tho British Comirtbdoner and the Commander of tho Western Pacific Squadron to interfero and to forcibly put uovu uny further movement toward tho prosecution of the bolieme. This will be done, says Lord Derby, so efrcctnalry as to discourage anyfurtlvor attempts to ect at defiance tho expressed policy of tho Home Government. A DIABOLICAL CRTTVTK A Fath IU11 Hi Whole ramlly and JUltanclf. NKweoMKBarrcrwx, O Oct. 25. On Frey's Creek Valley, about ten mites northeast of hero, Albert Finzcr, a German about thirty-five years of age, Iiis.wifo and three small children, and then committed suicide by sliooting himself It is supposed tlw deed was committed some tune during Sunday night, as the family were not seen by any ono since then. Their remains were discovered last night about 8 o'clock by a neighbor named Ncisbaum and Hcvcral others, and on entering the house- through a window they found all tho doors hod been locked from, tho inside and tlie windows all nailed down, with two nails in each window. Mrs. Fiuzar was found dead in bed, with a small child near her with ita brains pounded out Her throat was cat almost from car to car. 'The two oldest children lay in a small cot along die cant side of tlio room, and they had been beaten on the head with some weapon until dead The father lay dead a few feet from tho two children, and near ill im stood an empty gun barrel, which had uo hammer on, and whkh ho must have loaded and held in tho ilsuno of a lamp near him to explode, while one end was held near his face, as a portion of his head was blown oil. It w supposed that he was driven to the horn bio deed by brooding over his ill liealth. It is the most shocking crime ever committed in this section. .. . .... A urfu lIxptiMintloii of it I.uul iKis port. Birmingham, Ala., Oct, 25. A loud report startled the town lust night aud it wite thought that u boiler at Sloss' furuuee had burst, but, upon investigation it was found that some one had attempted to blow ii Alderman J.B, Karl's residence. Them crcant KUcccedud in demoIitJiiug one end of thekitohen which adjoins the reHidonee, The explosive was put into the kitchen. It is not known whether dnamito or powder wus used. 31 r. I4ntry Movriuenfn. Nkw York. Oct. 25. Tho steamer Wyoming brought four carnages aud saddle horses belougiug to Mrs. Langtry. She leaves the city this evening under tlio management of C Mcndum, for Burlington, Vt.. whero she opens the season on the 27th, after which she will appear In Montreal for one week and th?n go to San Francisco, playing in the principal cities en route, It is prohahlu alio will go from there to Australia. An Editor's INck Picked. Nkw York, QcU 25. Amer Cummins. one of the editors and stockholders of the ! New York Sun, called at Police Headquarters last night and asked to see Inspector Bvrnes. Ha said that his pocket had beeii picked while )m was standing on a (ilnlliMiiii Al IIia lin tnnfii otnlinn nl .! 1 lilU Jl4JllU Ut VUV Ul Ulllil OUU4UU Ul U1C Sixth Avenue ElevaUd liailway at Park Place, and that ho had lost a valuable gold watch, . I I. . . . .M Auntrln Aroiy Iraanda. Vienna, Oct. 25. Tho Emperor Francis Joseph receiving tho delegation to-day, said tho policy oi thoGovcnnent was a peaceful one, but that tho various j urcs recently introduced to strengthen the army so as to bo in readiness In case of war would require additional sums of money t to bo voted to that of the ordinary war , budget. WrcttUlatr !fftchu I Auhuuji, N. Yf, OcL 25. In tho wrestling tournament at the Opera Howe here, last evening for a trophy and three prizes, ' Duncan lions won tho trophy and first ' prize of $400. Mr. Thompson wan the ' iccuun anu JuexuuH vjiiiiujiur tuo miru prizes. ll I Mil 1 I A GUalnsr Washington. Oct, 25V Maior Connin- ger, (J. S. A, Buccecds to tho Lieutenant Colonelcy vacated by tho dismissal oi Ilges. Major Copprngor b Mr. Blaine'a I and It is promotion in the Army uos oeen rapiu. i i- Frlffbtfnl A4MldeuC Paris, Oct 25. A frightful accideni oc curred in tho iron fotindrv at L Cruzot, a village in Baone-Et-Loiro, by which ten of tho workmen were killed and a uumbcr of others seriously injured O'DOMELIS CLAIM. I That Ho Is a Naturalized Amori-can Citizon. fnvctl;rtlm or tlio Matter Ity tlio American JCmtmtiJiy at Ionlon . Tlio UnMt4tfisrnct4ry letectlvo Work; of Ncretary of Iffallon JIopplu A Fool 1 Mh Way of GoUliijr at a Sluaplo Matter. IjOndoNj Oct. 25. Acting under orders from President Arthur to make inquiries regarding O'Donncll's claim to American citizenship, Wm. J. Iloppin, Secretary of tho American Legation in this city, went to the prison to-day wherein O'Donnell is confined, and, withoutinfonning the slayer of Carey as to hia identity, spent a couple of hours with the prisoner. Mr. Iloppin questioned the prisoner very closely at to tho various places in which he resided whilo in tho united States and the date of his , citizenship papers, and the place whero it J is iio appiieu lor anu obtained them. O'Donnell suspected Mr. Iloppin of being a detective in the employ of tho British Government, and was very evasive in his answers, so much so thatMr. Iloppin found it impossible to obtain any information confirmatory of tho claims of O'Dounell and his friends that tho prisoner is an American citizen. Later in tho day Mr. Iloppin had a long interview with Mr. A. M. Sullivan, CDonneH's counsel, in regard to tho matter, and elicited such facts bearing upon tho subject as were in tho possession of Mr. Sullivan. FIBE3. Ciiicaoo, Oct 25. Thp South Park Retreat hotel took fire about 4 o'clock in tho morning, and tho flames were not gotten under control until two-thirds of the building was destroyed. The hotel was well known as a road house, and was quito a favorite resort among the sporting fraternity, being kept by Tommy Chandler, tho retired pugilist. It was a large frame structure, and was well constructed and furnished in good style. The fire is supposed to have originated from a stove in the laundry, and the flames spread with almost inconceivable rapidity. As usual at this period of the year, thero were only a few gucAU in the Ilouve, but as the alarm was promptly given these all succeeded in escaping in safety, though there were some narrow escapes. Tho total lo;s is estimated at $25,000. Pittsburg, Pa,, Oct. 25. Mundorfs planing mills and lumber yard and fivo dwelling houbes on tho south side have been burned. Loss about $30.000 : insurance $30,000. It is reported a child was burned. A PRIEST'S REVENGE. Iloundlntr n Man 11chiim lie Wn Too Popular. Bkulin, Oct. 25, Ilerr Richter, tho secessionist Deputy from Muehbraedljtz, has been sentenced to sixteen months imprisonment and tho loss of his Deputy rights for having used insulting language toward royalty in a speech delivered four years ago". A clergyman who was great y lnceiihed at Ilerr Kichter's growing popularity iu his district and his recent election to the lUichstag, commenced the action against him, subjKenaed the witne&es whom he kuow were present when the disrespectful words were used, and prosecuted the case with so much vigor as to leave but little doubt in the minds of those present that the accused was guilty of the oflenso as charged by the prosecution, --1 i m i ' A DIRTY THIEF. How lie flut HIh Llvluif by Htcalliiu From Lllllo t'htldrvn. Nkw York, Oct. 25, The thief who took a little girl's ring from her finger a few weeks ago in Brooklyn and lull her waiting in the street whilo ho went oil, us he said, to get her a beautiful parrot, was arrested yeaterdry in Brooklyn for stealing a gun. Ho told some littlo boys with good overcoats recently that he was Detective-Chambers who was shot a lew years ago, and that If they would come out to the iHOiitcntiary with him ho would show them the man who shot hhn. Near the penitentiary ho took their overcoats, on the pretense that thieves might come aud steal them while ho was gone to look for tho mun who shot him. Ho did not return. INDIAN DEPREDATIONS. Tlio Mi'xlcun IlnttSo and the ItnvnjccH or I ho tied Skin, Elpaso, Tex., Oct, 25. Specials from Can a Grande confirms tho reports ot an engagement between Indians and Mexican cavalry near that place. Tho Mexican authorities refuse to tell the number ol wounded and killed, but, from an American surgeon at Uiat place, it is learned that the hospital is full. The Indians have broken camp and separated into roving bands of eight and ten each and arc raid in tho surrounding country. Tho native uro iu great fear. Tho Indians are cro&s lug the lino on nn old trail some distance below here. They havo killed Senator Pugh's son. The place named in tho dispatch is forty-five miles north of Chili "I'nttior" O'Connor Jtdbbed. Ghand Haven, Miclu, Oct 25, "Father" O'Connor, the notorious ex-priest, arrived in town last evening, looking foi tho Sherifn Ho had lectured lit Berlin, this county, the night before, and wa& mobbed and nearly killed. His faco is kicked to a jelly, and only by promisinL' never to epeak against tho Catholic Church again was he saved from taing drowned in a mill-pond Ho is tho same, man who by the same lecture, tolling why lie became a priest and why ho quit, has raised such riots In Toledo and elsewhere. - IlIT exthaobdhtaby case. A Wealthy Chlcntfo Doctor on Trial for Wift Potvoelna. Chicago, Oct 25 Dr. Henry Meyer, a wealthv German physician of this city, is on trial charged with repoatod attempts to Soison his wife. Tlio caao is an ono. Meyer enjoya a medical practice which yields him on averagoof $1,000 monthly. lie is highly intellectual and fine-looking. Peter Breta, the conspirator, charges that Meyer gave him $75, and a preparation of sugar of lead and with tho understanding that Bretz was to accompany Mrs. Meyer to Colorado and there tako her life, Tho defense ia that BrcU is a blackmailer and was given tho poison as a prescription to euro himself of a private disease. There was much scandal connected with tho marriage of tho Doctor and his present wife. Thepr had known each other for years, and, it is alleged, with undue intimacy before marriage. At all events, Mrs. Meyer's former husband and tho Doctor's first wifo diod very suddenly, mysteriously, and, at luG same unie, uuoruuig uiu tw.ini iui for speedy wedlock. This matter, however, is not charged in tlio indictment against Dr. Meyer, who was in Germany at tbo time, ilio caso excite? unusual interest among the best society whero tlio defendant enjoys his lucrative practice, Tho proceedings yesterday consisted of testimony as to tho strength of tlio poison and the admission that Bretz, after no had gotten Sirs. Meyer out of tho way, was to receive $5,000 from Dr. Meyer. . - -i . . -.. HUHD'S "WIVES. tTicy Accumulate on 111 Hands and Cniiso Wm TronUlo, Boston, Mass., Oct- 25. Joseph E. nurd, alias "Charles Edwin,'1 alias ;'Lynn Scott1 has iust been arrested here.' lie js wanted in St. Louis for enticing Cornelia LaKeux, aged about soventeen, from home and fleeing from justice. Fivo years ago Hurd lived in Lowell and had a wife. Ho (secured a divorce in some way and went to Bredhara, Texas, where ho became a salesman of the New Home Sewing Machine Company. Ho engaged Miss Lallcux,who resided with her patents at Carondolet, to teach his wifo music. During his wife's absence on a visit, Hurd eloped with Miss LaKeux. They camo to New York, thence to Boston, where the twain were married by tho City Itegistcr. Tho pair soon removed to Lvnn. Hurd confesses and starts for St. Louis at once with Mr. LaHeux, who forgives his daugter, but will prosecute Hurd to tho fullebt extent of the law. G. A. R- Th I'nrude YcHterdny In llio Strcetn or IMiilariclnhln. Puuadkm'IUA, Pa., Oct. 25. Tho parade of tho Grand Army veterans yesterday was witnessed all along tho route by crowds of spectators. Tho lino formed at Broad aud Christian streets at 2 p. in. and inarched up Broad and down Chestnut, headed by General E, S. Osborno and staff. About 12,000 men were in line. At Girard avenuo und Broad streets the lino was reviewed by the recentlv elected Commander-in-Chief. Itobert B, Beath and stall'. In tho evening a largo was held at Industrial Hall, at which many Grand Army officials and military men were present, including Generals Hartranft, Beaver, Slocum, Pearson and Bingham, James Tanner. Post Department Commander of the Department of New York, ox-Governors Curtin and lloyt. -. .-.- - A Ureal 'lVlotfruptile Invention. Nkw Yohic, Oct, 25, Mr. P. P. has invented u telegraphic appliance, by which he says six operators cuu &end six mc&sagcs at thes.une timoovcr a single wire. Part of the six can &end messages in one way, while the rest are bending them in tho other direction This would give a wiro three times the capacity which it has with a quadruplex instrument. A Ilnd Dive. Nkw Yokk, Oct 25. During an altercation last night in tho lhpior saloon at 40d Madison street, James Daverin, the bar-tender, shot llobert Perry through tho left arm. Daverin was urrcsted aud Perry sent to tho Bellevuo Hospital. The place is Reagan's Itactjuet Court, where, on June 10th loht, Policeman Smith shot and killed the proprietor, lieagan. Smith was tried aud exonerated. TIic llnalucsA. PirrsnuJiu, Pa, Oct. 25. Tho question of what proportion of tho I business shall no awarded tho Pittsburg, and Youhiogheny Builway is 6 till in abeyance, Iho Pennsylvania, and Baltimore & Ohio Companies protect that one-third of tho business is loo mnch far the now route, whilo tho Pittsburg, and Youghiogheny remains firm in its demand. Tho end is not yet. Oti in 1I era Itcttluff AfTfttunt lien llufler. Boston, Mass Oct. 25. Tho gamblers are belting on I lob in son as the probable victor in the gubernatorial race. At the poolrooms two weeks ago no one was will-lug to give odds on either Butler or Robinson, but during tho present week amounts as high as $3,000 and $4,000, bvo been wagered in poolroouis, at odds of S100 to S'JO, that llobinsou would bo elected. I . f Tito by IIiuikIwe. St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 25. Wm. Strath man, l'n ery stableman, hanged himself in tho stable this morning. The suicide waa caused by Strathmann's bus! need losses Another suicide by hanv;ng this morning is that of Henry Troestel, aged seventy live, living with his 6ou over the latteri grocery at" Hickory 6treet and Ohio avenue. 'Vtrcft. r!2 Ja3II23town, N. Y Oct. 25 Sherman Bro.'s Lounge Factory, a largo fivo story Iron building, has been damaged bv fire U the extent ol$15,0O?; insurance, $10,000. AIilkh CrxYfc ilont, OcU 24. The total loss, by tho fire hero on Monday, night ii ?35,000 on buildings and $35,000 on stock. .