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, MAYSVILLE, KY., SfAliuKt)AY,OOTOBER 27, 1883. PKICE ONE CENT. XyiIMA?I IUJXT. Manufacturer and originator of the celo brated brands of & Silver Dollar, Win. Hunt's Dork Horse, Harpy Bmoke, 'ihrce Beauties, CordwoouaLd Gold (Slugs, becond Htreet, MuysvlHeKy, A. M.llOGERS, DEALER IN ll a - ' . i Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. AlJZ.ScdsU mchtJQly MAYBVJT.LE,ICYf ISROWNIKG, M. I., AG. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and roaldouco south-east corner of Third nud Sutton sireots. Will Rive special attention to dlscubes peculiar to females. apllidly ( IAj BVIL: LE "T" FINCH A CO., "" DEALERS IN GKAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Ctr. Third and Sutton Streets, MA YSVltihE KY, p S. J1JI ATTOKftKY AT J.AvV. Itcnl KHtiito nnil Collect JnpApeiicy. Court St., (np!2dly) MAYPVILLE, KY. now HICIIKNOX, Dealer in Staplo and Fancy- QROCEEIER, has REMOVED from his old fetand to the building on Second Htreet lately occupied by Charles 11. Frank, ap!3dly T F. IIYA3T. Oolil, Mlvcriuicl Mcliel ELECTRO PLATING, aud Rubber Stamp Work done pn short notice nt Moyhvllle Repairing ojl. : S Second street. upttly J. TA9IES CARB, (Successors to Thomas Jnckson,) Livery, Sale and Feed Stables Street Hark orders promptly attended font all times. PlutMt and latett style Turnouts. Uoues bouchtand sold on Commission. St. four doors bolow Central Hotel. a!23 T W.M1MKKH KBO., A'o. 24, MAItKBTSTllKBT. NEW CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS and Window Bliaues. uoou wnww ' " W.'Jfe 40, 45. 50, W, ti5, 70, 73. and 90 cto., M.W . 'l;23 pei yuiut "- " JOHN U. rOY.TZ, JB INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and bent Companies. Insures for . . ... i t I nLLmi rvtntrint IV nnlM mu viune. ajuw mica. wun'"i,w,MM'M,,:, No discounts No delay. Office corner 'ihlrd aud Market KtreeU. aplfldly X THE BOSS WALTHAM WATOH STORE. Headquarters forelocks, Bllvor Goods, Jew. elr etc. All work promptly and Second Ht tost ol Maiket. apU ' "" rACOii iiiXW, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Fresh OyHtcrs a specialty. Fresh bread and cakes, l'aities and wtddings lurnlbhed ouslioiLuotlce. 35 Secoud fet ranySdly MAYBVILLE,K. T ANE fc UOKltMKv Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans and specifications furnished an terms and all work satisfactorily and promptly done. Office on Third btreet, uo tweeu Wall and Button. apUldly yomtiNON a- hacklev. Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, (rohfflly) MAY8VJLLtKY. FVKNIMIING GOODS nnd OLOTHIITG, Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises. The latest fall stylesjust received. ,.., , T Market St., aplGdly MAYBVILLE, KY. titus. ai, J. aioitroiiD, Third Bt., opposite Christian Church, Millinery and Notions. A NEW STOCK Just rccolved and prices VERY LOW. Bonnets and Hutu made over lu the latest styles. iw.uu VTKS. r, II. MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Hats, Bonnets, Laces and Millinery Notions. Prices low. Becond ftrtet, Mrs, Ueorffo marrows' old stand, aplltklly TfcTlSS MATTIE CAIIK, Second street, Januaip's Jilock, Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc., ol tho latest styles. Prices Low. rachSldly O WKNS A HAIUCHiY, No. 57 and 59 Second and 10 Sutton streets, have just leceivcd a lart;e stoclcof Improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, the greatest labor-saving Implement ever offered to farmers. The best tobacco hoes and tobacco barn hardware of all kinds. apllO S, SIMON, -Dealer in- QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Glass. Cutlery. Notions, etc. No. 45 Market Stieet, East slue, between Second and Third, tlAlUUMl .Jkv I iuuui aw a. NOLAN'S NOTION. "JTTt - . -v TrTTril jjlu v j&uJLuuaiy,f uupguiuuua E--a Daughter's Lovo AflUirs. TIio Extraordinary Divorce Cane Thai I Now on the Cnrpat In Albany and In Which an KxConcrrraninn In the Mont Conflplcuous Figure Blnsiilnr Treatment ol an Eighteen lfaarUld Daughter ,u Albany, N. Y., Oct 20. That noval action for divorce which was commenced in the Circuit Court here the other day, h still attracting much attention. About the middle of Kovember, 1882, the city.wae startled by gossip that tlio then Congress man and Mayor Mitchell N. Nolan had confined his eldest daughter, Maiia T. Carroll, aged about eighteen, in a room in his residence hoc j use she had clandestinely married a young man named J. Ballard Carroll, a Jew days before, against her parents1 wishes. Mr. Nolan, who has since that timo been deposed from the mayoralty to give place tc Dr. John Swinburne, who contested his election, is a wealthy brewer. Young Carroll is the son of a coal merchant. Both families are Cu.li olics. It transpires that the young ntopk grew tip together as children and tot med an attachment which the Nolans sought to sever by sending their daughter to u con vent, on account of yonnjj Carroll s aileg d profligato habita. On .Miss Nolan's ivtiirn from the convent she secretly met Carroll, and on tlio evening of November 8, 1S32, they repaired to the Cathedral v, itli one of the young man's associates, and were married by tho priest in attendance. The young brido returned immediately to her father's house. Young Carroll was not permitted to see hit wife, Ills friends claimed that she was detained at her father's house 1) duress, while her family contended that she had willingly separated from her husband, because ot his licentiousness, which had been disclosed to her by detective-who had shadowed Carroll to various disreputable haunts. It is admitted that two detectives have been employed to wucli Carroll ever sinco his marriage. A suit was begun months ago by Nolan as guar dian olhjs daughter to procure an absolute divorco. Aji effort was made to have the cabo referred, owing to the scandal that would follow ita public trial. The however, would not consent, and tbe case was called this afternoon in the Circuit Court, and tlio trial commenced. The plaintiff's counsel, on the opening, disclosed that it was proposed to prove that Carroll for many years before and since , his marriage had led a dissolute mo. BUFFALO FACTIONS. FJf;tit Over tlio Jlnrornlty nt the Homo of i'lovelnnd. lurFAi),Oct. 20. Tho fight in the local Democratic ranks is becomming very bitter. BothScoville and Manning, the rival candidates for Mayor, have worked early and lato sinco last Wednesday's split, and both feel confident of success. Manning at present occupies the executive chair and to retain it another term. Scovillo is known as tho man with a "bar'l." lie appears to be tho choice ol the better class of iJoiuocrats, and his election over Manning warnis cert i . To day the Scovilioauherenthad a eoimn i n and nomiuutotl their candidate by atcla mition. lie made a speech, saying that when a Mayor used his otlico for personal end ho became a vulgar politician, ile ciaimcd that, if elcctcdthe would bo Mayoi for the people, and not for any faction. Much excitement prevails and lively timo are anticipated between now aud election diy. . llbu'w Only IE!M. Boston, Oct. 20. Registration for the State election is the largest ever known ij tin r.itv. It foots un over 65.U0Q. L.ist year's total was 55.597. which was exceeded only by that of 1880, when, leing a presidential year, it footed up 58,020, aud that is exceeded by fully 6,000 this year. Of course a large portion of the new voters in Boston are of the class that support Butler, and on this fact his managers base their hopes of success, as they admit that tlio changes from last year's voto are largely against him. The Fuuule Wins. Nkw York, Oct. 26. A match race between tlio crack sloops Grucio and Faunie, twenty miles to windward and return, was sailed yesterday and resulted in a victory for the Fannie, The time was 7 hours, 2 minutes, 57 second, and tho Gracie was 4 luinutes 53 beconds behind. The corrected time gives the victory to Fannie by 8 18 seconds. , .. ..I i .i i ..in. i. Geucrnl .Haclv'r Kxplnlns, London. Oct, 215. General Maclver, the projector of tho New Guinea exploration and colonization company has written a reply to Lord Derby asking an interview in order to explain tho purpose of his enterprise. He says the expedition is perfectly peaceful und has for its object the establishment of trading relations with the natives and colonists solely. Two IVldovrtt on tlio Wur Path. New Yoiuc, Oct. 20. A contest is threatened over tho estate of the late General A Funk, who died last week, two ladies having appeared beforo tho Surrogate, each claiming to be tho only lawful widow of the deceased, and each demanding letters of administration upon hit estate. II ' I Coleridge' rrevrll. New York. Oct. 20. A rcccntion was given Lord Chief Justice Coloridge last night'at tho Union League. About 1,000 members were present. Lord Coleridge closed his farewell to the club and the country by quoting Ilciiry Taylor's words; "Enough, enough, lull hearts, few words." - - BRUTAL OUTRAGE. FlemlUb Marttor of an Inoflcnftlve Colore Mm. "WrasTOW. T. CL Oct 21L Anderson BabiiKn,4or McConneilJTi negro employed at Babueontown, a few miles from this nlacc, is the victim of tlio latest murder, lie was an orderly negro, well esteemed, and was attempting to quiet a noisy crowd of negroes. lie was set upon by a regular mob, armed with Micks, atones and raxors. etc I hey beat mm tcrrwiy, one oi tho mob throning a keffeseno lamp against his head with stick force as to break the skull. The white peoplo soon gathered in numbers and the negro mob lied, leaving its victim lyiag upon the ground. It wns found thai 1m was deeply stabbed under tho eyo; thai the skull was broken; that ho was stabbed in the chest, and that there was a deep wound in Ida throat. A tobacco knife, sharp and bloody, also a heavy bludgeon and tho fragments of the lamp wero found. The outrage occurred 'Friday night, and Saturday; morning McConncll died. Only one of the murderers was captured a negro by the name of "Watkins. The others have tied to Orange countv,it La thought Watkins is in jail, and tho Deputy Shcrifla have gone to Orange to hunt tho other murderers. POSTOPPICE STATISTICS. The SIouj Otftlora and tho New Postal ltAt Washington, D. CL, Oct. 20. The report of Dc McDonald, Superintendent of the Money Order Bureau for tho year ended June 30, 1883, shows that thero wero 8,807,550 orders issued during the year from tlio 6,927 money order offices of the country. The total amount of domestic money orders Issued was $117,3-14,281, and of international orders $7,717,832. Tlio gross revenues from domestic and international money orders amounted to $4,110.1, and the net revenue, after deducting expenses paid from appropriations amounted to $159,101. Tho postal note, Superintendent McDonald repoits, lias been quite extensively employed Jby tho public since tho inccntion of the system. At tho New York postoflice, from September 3 to October 20th, of tho total number of payments the postal note comprised about thirty-nine and tlio money order about sixty -one per cent The amount of the postal notes paid was $100,854, averaging $1.86 and of money oiilcw $1,130,493. STAB BOUTE AGAIN. Tbo OldWorrjr Come to the SaWnco Acalu In m Now Vorm, New YottK, Oct. 20. Tlio .first step relative to the celebrated btar route troubles was brought to light in tho Supremo Court Chambers before Judge Barrett in an action brought by John A. Walsh against Thomas J, Brady, of Star route fame. Tho matter camo beforo the court upon to vacate an order which had been granted for tho examination of Bradv before trial. The action is bacd upon a claim of about After hearing arguments of counsel, Judge Barrett vacated tlte order. In connection with this suit the order had also been obtained to examine Senator Wm. P. iu a witness, to that his deposition could be used upon the trial. Mr. Itccd uUo moved that this order should bo vacated and mado the point that there was nothing in the aquavit to show uhat was the object of tho examinatiou.and thai no complaint had bp?n tiled. Judge examined tlio aiiidavit and replied, "you are right about that," and thereupon vacated the order. IMPORTANT DECISION. Tho 3r York Klevutcd Ilnllrny' Very llmtly lilt. New Yoke, Oct 2J. An important decision against the Klevaied Hallway companies lias been reached in tlio Supreme Uonrt in tho suit of Dr. F. TV v lor against tho companies for damages to his property by tlio erection of the elevated road structure. He recovered a verdict for $20,000. Tho Judge said that the defendants were both wrongdoers and trespassers in running trains beforo they had taken and paid for the plaintiffs ouscment oi light, air, and access to tlio btrecte, aud that every train they so run is a new and continuing trespass, rendering them liable in damages to any ono who can prove any injury by such running. CIiIcaco' IU b: Bu1cmi Failure Chicago, 111., Oct. 20. Tho failure of Eddv, Harvey & Carter, hata, carjs and fun has caused a profound sensation in tho trade throughout the West Their assignment is largely tho result of tho continued depreciation In tlio value of furs during the past three yeara.and is partlyduo to the chango of fashion xrora their stock on hand. Their liabilities are estimated at not less than $250,000, Their creditors aro all New York parties. Their assets are unknown as yet John G. Shortall, the assignee, is a Chicago capitalist who mado a loruo fortuno in real estate after the great firo oi 1871. i i-n mi i i m Iuiipectfnff an lanpector, Austin, Texas, Oct. 26. Post Offico Inspector, General Edgerton, of St. Louis, lias investigated tlio ailairs of Inspector P. Foster, of this city, aud has evidence showing Foster's coarbo during the past five years to havo been liifihly criminal, involving tho falsificotioa ox vouchers for many thousand dollar besides various other corrupt practicca General Edgerton is now en route to Washington to report the case. L Tbo ImrcMt SaUlBffVl Erer Built. PmuiPixiinA, Pa OcL 2S. TheTLord "Wolecly, tho largest sailing vessel oyer built and tho pioneer of tho how lino of ships and stcaaicrs plying between Belfast, Ireland, and Philadelphia, awived in her birth at the Willow street wharf Wednesday evening. UTAH'S PIG STYE. Tho Commission Whitewashes tho Saints. Altoport TTtaleh I at Vnrlanee With . Muny Other and Itrl table IleporU Tho Viah Commlsftlon Mnkei n &rxnlIiBfto of thoaloruiau Gang of Outlaw. Washington, Oct 2C Tho Utah Commission is here preparing its report to tho President, and, while tho Commission do not givo any particulars as to what they will recommend, they, in a general wav, claim that although tho Edmund's bill has npt accomplished all that was hopod it has accomplished something. Commibflioner Carht n says that polygamy is decreasing and that four fifths of tho malo Mormons never havo been in polygamy. About one thousand oflicials of all kinds have been elected under supervision of tho Commissioner, and, while nearly all of them are Mormons, not one is,or has been in polygamy. He has no very strong hones, however, that the Mormon Legislature recently elected will enact any laws hostile to plural marriages. Mr. Carlcton found no ovidenco of disloyalty to tho Government, except in so far as the Mormons wero determined to obey what they said was the voice of God, rather man uie commands ot men. lie did not vuttuvu tiia milium iaw wouiu avail, U3 he was certain that under no possible circumstances would the Mormons tako np arms against the Government. Mr. Carle-ton thought the opening of the railway and the death of Brigliam Young had weakened the polygamous fcaturo though he did not entertain expectations of its immediate disappearance, ho did not favor a resort to any measures foreign to oursysUtn of government and ideas of civilization. JOHN G'S SUIT. Kllbourii Still Attr III in to tho Tun or $300,000. Washington, OcL 20. Tho Attorney General has requested Shellabargnr and Wilson to assist tlio District Attorney in the defense of John CL Thompson, in the trial of the case of Jul bourn against Thompson. The House mado no provision for tho defense of its own o fliccr, against whom, on account of otlicial acta as Sergeant at-Arms in Kilbourn, a verdict of $100,000 ha been found in this District Tho verdict was set aside by the Court on the pound that it was excessive, and Mr. f has brought a new suit, retained eminent counsel and claims $300,000 damages. A STATESMAN SALOONIST. nxCoitjrrcfiMimn Jilurch a a Bualtietts Itlval orttulllvnn. Boston, Oct. 26. Ex-Congressman Thompson II. Murch, of Maine, Mho tho charges against Supervising Architect Hill, come timo ago, which were the subject of tho recent investigation by a Treasury Commission, has applied to the Police Commissioner of Boston for a license to open a saloon at No. 25 Essex street, in the immediate vicinity of champion Sullivan's gorgeous bar. The pluco is now being fitted up and it is said that tho lato Greenback Congressman will expend some $8,000 on tlio shop beforo he opens up, i m in i Tlio Pcatllnec TrnuiH. Bo ton, Oct. 26. M. Wm. SncIlmRU, accompanied by tlio well known Portland hcullcr, Peter IL Conley, left last evening for Portland after arranging for the building of a new bcuII. Beforo leaving, to a reiHirter, Mr. Spellman expressed that Boss should again state that ho is prepared io row Conley, or has closed a match, as was stated by telegraph from Pittsburg. When at Portland on his way to St. John two weeks ago Boss said he would not row again this hcason. However, Conlev will accept the proosition made by ifoss to row a live-mile turning race for $500 or $1,000 a side on water mutually satisfactory, the race to take place within a reasonable time aud within a reasonable din tan co of Portland and Pittsburg. i - XrwafNtr! and tho Hall. Washington, D. C., Oct. 26. Judge Freeman, Attorney General for Pohtollice Department, has prepared unorder requiring newspaper publishers to muuler the pages of their supplement in regular order with the pages of regular hsue. Tlio postal authorities say thev do not expect to muKG any recommendation to Cougreka as to tite rates of postage on transient newspapers. A Womlrfnl Kncnpe. WATnnuuuY, Conn., Oct. 20. In raising the spire of the new Trinity Church at this place yesterday, a guy slipped and John Vogel, who was at its top, was thrown olf, falling leeu xiesirucic uircc times, glancing from one roflf to another at i a different angle, thence to the ground, j where lie picked himself up and walked oil uniujurcu . The Everett House flulcttle. New York, Oct 20. Tho body of Frederick 11. Burrhus, who committed suicide at tho Everett House yesterday, was removed today to Sing. Sing, N. Y., for burial by tlio son of the deceased who arrived early this morning from Washington, D. C. '- . Tb Pop ad a Itead Has, Rokb, Oct 20, It is rumored that His Holincfift Pope Leo XIII has decided to issue an interdict proclaiming the Pantheon a pagan temple in case tlio Italian ftmrernment aboula erect a monument therein to the late Kbc Victor Emanuel. STORM WAITS, ol Xea(h and Wroca From tho Sen. FBOvrDENCE, K. I.. Oct. 2G. A largo fishing veusel, the F. B. Tower, of Boston, was driven into the fish weirs at, the western part of tho harbor yesterday. Tho only persons aboard wero an old man and a boy, tho latter thirteen years old. The old nian reports tlio loss oi tho Captain and eight of the crew. The Captain, with his men, was out with tboir seines when the storm overtook them mid tlio schooner was driven on shore. Reports say that a largo white boat camo through tho aarf at 1 o'clock. She apparently belonged to somo bteamcr. On ono of her Meats was lettered "Daiton," and a lifo preserver was found in her. Another body washed anli ore in tho morning and is supposed to be from tho Schooner Helen Crosby, of Gloucester, tlio crew of which was lost in Saturday night's gale. Lewis, Dela,, Oct. 20. Tho condition of afiairs in this harbor and along tho beach remains about tlio saino us on Wednesday. Tho Schooner Vesta is alongsido of tho railroad pier and is slightly damaged. She is not strained at all. The Vesta u coul laden and will proceed to her destination. The Schooner Brigand, reported as lying high up, will bo got off as soon as the weather moderates. The Bailor that was lost overboard from off the brig during tho galo ia supposed to have been drowned. Nkw Yonic, Oct, 26. Tho steamer "Monkscaton, which has justarrived hero from Havana, reports that on Wednesday she fell in with tho Schooner Norman, bound for Humacoa, West India, with lo6S of main, muzenmast and jibboom. Tlio Norman asked to bo taken in tow. This Captain Weight man declined to do, but was willing to take oil' tho crew. The Norman left Portland on tho 5th inst with a cargo of lumber and cooperage ' m i ii THE PRINTERS1 STRIKE. I eld cd Victory Vorjlho Typographical Union in Ncrrr York. I New York, Oct. 20. Out of tho 1,800 compositors employed in tho job printing and weekly newspaper offices who struck at noan yesterday bv order of tho Typographical Union o. 0 only about 160 were not at work this morning. All of th other men had returned to work yesterday afternoon and this morning at the terms demanded by tho Union. The terms are a uniform scale of prices forty cents a thousand ems on weekly newspapers and from to forty cents, book and job work, with $18 as lowest week wages. In all the shops tha.t tho men returned to work they did bo with tho understanding that the non-Union men employed in them should join the Union, and tho result is that 300 new names have been added to the, roll. It is expected that the remainder of the 'strikers will all bo at work on Moifday. nOBRIBLE SUICIDE. A Vounjc Xfiwi Deliberately IMniiseM Into i Firry Vnruucr. Cleveiand, O., Oct. 20. At Kent, Portage countv, yc!tcrdav,ayouiig man named Josepli Spiehl. anativopf Jamestown, Pa., committed suicide by leaping into a red-hot furnace in tho glass works of Day, Williams & Co, Ho was watching the workmen ' fill tho retort and suddenly told them to get out of tho way. Ho threw away his hat and jumped into the fiery furnace. JIU death must have been inUntaueou.s. His body was removed with an iron rake, pieces of Uesh sticking to tho coals. Promptly aa this was done, it was not quick enough to prevent a great part of tho flesh and bones being consumed. Tho head, arms and limbs were almost incinerated, the flesh being so burned from the trunk that the vital organs, tho lungs, tlio heart and the liver, wero exposed, as were the intestines. THE PAT BRIDE. Death at Ilaltlmoreof tho Celebrated IVetrott Fnt Woman. Baltimork, Md., Oct 20. Mrs. David Moses, the fat brido weighing 617 pounds, on exhibition here, and recently married in New York, was found dead in bed this morning. She had been ill for the past two weeks and had not been on exhibition since last Thursday. She was born in Detroit in November 1800, and has been before the public about one year. Sho gained nounds in the past sevon months, and rapid increase in fat around her heart is supposed to havo cacd her death. She was to havo appeared in Philadelphia next Monday at a museum whoso curiosity hall is in the fourth htorv of tho building. As she could not walk up three flights of stairs, tho proprietors were putting up a derrick to hoist her up with. Dcnth of a Cctiteuuulnn. Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct 20. The Coroner held an inquest to-day over the body of Mrs. Margaret Maloy. who died while seated in a chair. The deceased was 102 years of age and was living with her son and daughter, who wero both singlo and both over seventy years of age. Mrs. Maloy was born in Ireland in 1781, and enjoyed good health until a few days before her death. lltirglftry jtml32unlr. Cuawfordsvillk, Ind., Oct. 20. John Murphy, proprietor of a store and saloon at Wallace, twenty miles west of here, was found in tho early morning shot in three places, and dead. His safe-door was opuu and $4,000 stolen. Suspicion fails on a man named Dans, who escaped from jail Monday and who had a grudge against Murphy. Another Switchmen's HtrlU". Kansas City. Mo., Oct 20. Tho switchmen in the. yards of the Wabash, Hannibal & St Joseph, and the Atchison, Topcka St Santa Fe lioads struck yesterday afternoon and the others aro rapidly joining their ranks. Tlio officials firmly refuse to grant the advance demanded, and tho outlook is dubious. .