Tg a poautiful tfitlo, Only Too
A Connecticut IlelrcM Would Buy
lie mo If a Foreign Nobleman Fr ft
Imp Dor, nnd tho Very Ba1 Br
gnlu Htio Romance of Two
Worlds Hull ton the Old, Old Ntory.
fit Haven, Oct 29. William Wnlloc
Is one of tho wealthiest men in tho Naugu
tuck Valley, and tho proprietor of a large
manufacturing establishment in Anson J a.
Ho has but ono child, a daughter, who
has received a careful and liberal education.
In 18S0 sho went to Europe,
and tlioro met a Polish Count
named Ostorog. Ho could speak only
French, and sho only English. Ho was engaged
in tho photograph business. They
were attracted by one another, and each set
about learning tho language of tho other.
Hiss Walliteo returned home in the
spring of 1SS1 to obtain tho consent of
lker parents to her marriage with tlw
Count. He was sent for and camo by tho
next steamer. Tho parents and friends ol
tho girl wero not particularly plensod with
his personal appearance, but the wedding
camo off, and for a time tho couple lived at
tho bridoM home, moved in tho best society
in Oannocticut, and visited tho family relatives
of the Wallaces. At length tho Count
and Countess returned to Europe, and Mr,
and 31ra Wallace wont; thither themselves
last winter to spend tho season
with them. They stayed in Paris, and the
young American Countess was the center
of a fashfonablo circlo. Suddenly the
father, mother and daughter camo homeward
bound, leaving tho Count behind.
Satisfactory excuses wero given in Ansonia
for his non-appearance and no suspicions
wero aroused. Gradually, however, It
known in the family circle of the
Wallaces that thcro wa some trouble, and
that news from across tho water was not
in every way satisfactory. Now the rumors
have' escaped boyond the family circle
and have become the town talk. Careful
search, it is asserted, has brought out the
fact that tho Coiuit is already tho jjosscssor
of two wives in Franco. An attempt on
tho part of the "Wallaces to get u divorce
revealed tin? facts. The proceedings for a
divorce are now leiug rapidly pushed. The
family lvgret that tho facts have become
public, but they say they eocted tliat
such mtifit bo tho case if justice was to b
A Yon i lie Vlrlnlui ComnHN
II In lVoiiilTir n,v
Atlanta, Ga., Oct 38.C. E. Kuhn
painter and jmxi -hanger, a uat:vnf VI.
glnla, cunw to Atlanta tlftceu month up
Ho was a younc; of scowl addr
Thive weeks ago ho left Atlanta for Front
Royal, Va,, for the purosc of innrrylit"
nnd intended to return to Atlanta w th li
hride. To his employer he made knowr
the object of hN t Virginia, nnd vnu
presented with a hewtaune totpnoni'i1
This week Mr. Muuck rwivwla kttr tron
Kuhn, in which he cave tho day of hN i;v
tende.1 arrival in Atlanta. With the letter
came an invention to the
ding of Charles E. Kuhn to Miss ld- E
PriU'hanL On the day designate! KuhnV
friends repaired to the depot to meet him
lie did not come. A telegram fixmi Lura
wt foith that Kuhn was to have lon mar
Jed u4. S oVloek Thursday morning. Ah
not npTnr at th breakfast talile hi
friends who wero to havo been his attend
onts, went to his room, in tht Central Hotel,
to awake him, in order that he might
prepare for the ceremony. Repntod kuneto
on the door failel to elicit resjwnse. An
entrance was forcibly effected, Tluav or
tho lod, tlat upon Ids hick, with eye,- am'
mouth wide optiii, lay tlw inteuded groom
dead, A bloody puhaeross tho thrwt and
pen and razor in his right hand told the
story plainer than words. An inquest was
held", but no rjiwi for Niiieido could lo oh
talwL Ml Iritehanl was so shocked by
the sudden death of Kuhn that her mind it
greatly impaired. It is thought Kuhn tvtu
sutfering from financial troubles.
Tu GIomh lUowenT NtrlUe.
Pnrsuuiui, Pa., Oct 23, A gentleman
connected with the glass works of D. O.
Cunningluun & Co., was interviewed in
to tho published statement that a
meeting of the gruen glass manufacturers
was to bo held in Chicago, said: "Then it
no such mooting called, and Mr, Cunningham
did not start for that purpose. Moreover,
theno are no indications of the manufacturers
giving in to tlw men. Even at
the projwsed reduction, tho gloat blowen
can make $4.U) per day, and that is good
wages. The men must accept the situation
and that is all there is about it"
Hub, lutrerfloll and CtvlLJttffhta.
Wasuinqto.v, Oct SML In response to a
call signed by Fred, Douglass, B, K. Bruce
and other leading colored men, Colonel
will rejent his speech on tlw Civil
Right Act, next Friday. In the language
of the call, "It will require such burning
words as fell from your lips to arouse tho
moral peuso of the Nation to the enormity
of this practice of treating colored people
in hotels and on tho public highways of the
' - ii
Cotton In Arlxntijuuft.
Helena, Oct continue to
come in statiug that as picking progresses
the outcome of cotton ia much better tnau
was hoped for a month ago. Rain and general
bad weather for twoor three days hav
somewhat interfered with gathering th
crop. A heavy frost, which is nightly expected,
will cause all matured bolls toopen,
and a short piece of good weather will see
tho entire yield safe in gin houses ami on
its way to market Receipts at this point
are literal, and good prices, fully up to
Memphis and St Louis, are paid.
ratal Mine Explosion.
Lincoln, UL, Oct 2a An accident in
tho Citizen's Coal Mining Company1 shaft
resulted In tho serious injury of Potei
Standacker, George Wertin and Georg
Sotitic. The explosion of a blast fired a
keg of powder in tho apartment where the
three men stood. Their clothing was ignited
and the ttesh burned from oh? their faces.
It is thought they may recover. Sixty
other men k in tho znlno were badly shaken
Tone, ToucIijWorRiiiansliiD & Durability.
WH.MAM KNABE 6c CO.
Nos. 201 nnd 206 West Baltimore Street. Baltimore.
No. 112 Firth Avenue. New York.
rpO Rates tor
vertlslni; In U07 uood newspapers sent fiee
Address GEO. P, HOWELL fe CO., 10, Spruce
stieet, N. Y.
37, Second street, IHuynx lllo, Ky.
PIANOS and ORGANS,
37,Nccnnl Htroof , Mnynvlllc, Ky,
L. IT, METGEK. Afft.
tiik 1'laci;t trii:i chi;ai
mch3Idly SUTTON HTUhKT.
I H, GLASCOCK ICO !
Is the best place to get bargains in-
AXJLEN & CO.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
S. W. Cor. Main & Fifth,
Invito attention to their Rtock Irviirft Mm1
Seine, lulnU,OIUV l)yo Stnirn. Tboy are
the proprietors of tlio original and gonutmi
casUandshorttlmubuyctti particularly solicitor
tbst ie& Monroe Cts.. Chicago.
WIllMn ljt4! I fipy d I Irt tbtitjf V1
UMMU UA I AUViul;, f CV-.
of Ditrutovrti, Nilu, Cpi Uui& 5V
Pompous Eptt'lett, CMUun"t ?
aunji, imim jhIT'
ittU, onJrjr I J OuttiU, KtrlrlR If
YfjmZlli ijtWcJncliiftiliitUnitlMi iit hi- jiil
Piles! Piles!! Piles!!!
OliU HHOWN'S PILE 01 HE will cmenny
cabe of protruding or ulcerated bleeding Piles
by a few npplirntlons. Atrial will convince
nny one who Is Huflerlni; with thin loathsome
disease that what we Hay is ti ue. For bale by
J. D. EASTON & CO.,
Corner lVnll ninirront Ms.
Feather beds cleaned of all humilities on
short notice. All beds weighed before aud
nfter cleaning. You are Invited to call and
see your own work done.
ocl3d&wlf J. D. KASTON & CO.
114,608 Boxes aold in a year by ONE
Act Directly on the Liver.
CCRKH CHILL AND FKVEH, UYSI'EI'HI.
Rick Hkidacjitc, Dilxouh Colic,
TION, UHUUMATIHU. t'lLKS, 1'ALl'lTATION
OP THK IIEAKT, PirZINLJW.TORl'ID LlVKIt,
COATEIlTONOUE. HLEKPLEMriNKSH. AND ALL
Diheaskh op the Livkh and Stomach. If
you do not feel very well," a single pill at
bed-time Btltnulate the storoacn, restores
the appetite, laipurtd vigor to the syitem.
R.E. SELLERS & CO., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Before INSURING YOUR LIFE
Savings Fund Plan
IFE ASSURANCE .SOCIETY.
Instead of Investing In stock, bonds or oth
er securities or depositing in Havings Haulm
EXAMINE THIS PLAN
of Insurance, which not only yields a return
as an Investment, hut glvoa
In case of death.
JOS. F. BHiODBjICK,
Second Street, MAYSVILLE, KY
No other complaint nro so insidious in their attack
m thoso aitccting tho throat and lungs : none
o trilled with hy tho majority of sufferers. Tho
ordlnnry cough or cold, resulting perhaps from a
trifling or unconscious exKsure, Is often but the
beginning of a fatal sickness. Aveh's Ciiekhy
Pkctoikal has well proven ita oillcacy in a forty
years tight with throat and lung diseases, and
should be taken in all cases without delay.
A Torrlblo Cough Cured.
11 In WS7 1 took a severe cold, which affected my
lungs. I had a terrible cough, and passed night
after night without sleep. J'lio doctors gavo mo
up. I tried AYKK'sCitKititY Pectoral, which
relieved my lungs, induced sleep, and afforded mo
tho rest necessary for the recovery of my strength.
By tho continued use of tho Pkctokal a permanent
cure vas elfected. 1 am now G2 years old,
halo and hearty, and nm satisfied your Ciieuhv
PKCTOItALSaVCil 1110. IIORAOKPAlllimOTUXU."
Itockiugbaiu, Vt., July 15, 18ti2.
Croup. A Mother's Tribute.
"While In tho country last winter my little
boy, three years old, was taken 111 with croup; It
seemed ad If ho would dlo from strangulation.
Ono of tho family suggested tho tiso of Aykk's
Chukhy Pixtohal, a bottlo of vhlch was always
kept In tho house. Tills was tried in small
and frenuont doses, and to our delight in less than
half an hour the Httlo patient was breathing easily.
Ilio doctor said that tho CitKiutY PkctohaXj
hal saved my darling's life. Can jou wonder at
our gratltudo? Sincerely yours,
Mus. Kmma GrnNEY."
153 West128th St., New York, May 1C, IfcS2.
" I havo used Ayck'a CiinitHY Pkctokal In my
family for several years, and do not hesitate to
pronounce it tho most effectual remedy for couchs
and colds uohavo over tried. A. J. Guam;."
Lake Crystal, Minn., March 13, 1882.
" 1 suffered for eight yenrs from Bronchitis, and
after toiim many remedies with no success, I uns
;uretl by tho use of AYEit's Cheuky Pectouab.
Byhalla, MIm., April 5, 1882.
"I cannot say enough In praise of Aykii'a
Ciieuuy Pectohal, believing as I do that but
for its uso I should long since have died from
lung troubles. K. Biiaodon."
Palestine, Texas, April 22, 1&82.
Ko case of an affection of tho throat or lungs
exists which cannot bo greatly relieved by tho uso
of Aykk's Cukkuy Pkctoual, and It will always
cure when tho disease Is not already beyond tho
control of medicine.
Dr. J, C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggist.
Dry Goods and Notions,
Furnishing Goods UooIch, .Stationery and
for small children and known persons a specialty.
A huge stock of
Hand-Made Knit Goods
of nil kinds. Novelties of uM k iuIkiuhI
VKHY LOW. My Mock Ik c inplete In
alt lines and I guarantee sal In fuel ion In all
caes. Tho puullc pationage is solicited
sl3dtt M1HSANKA KHAZAH.
UNO Mine 0
F. L. TRAYSER,
:l)ealer lu tlrtsNcluv:
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED I
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED I
Front Street, KSaysvIlEe.
1 GROCERIES !
Highest ca$h price paid for country produce.
JylSdtf Corner Fourth and Plum streets.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of the Kidneys.
HAS heen used with most gratifying
in many obstinate cases. Pi of, K,
W.Clark, professor of Chomlstry at tho uni
versity o! Cincinnati says this water "belongs
iu wiu tmiuu urn wan mat oi me AJiei
Bprlngs, of Virginia," tho medicinal virtiu
oiwhfuh are too well known to be stated here.
Those who desire to try this famous water
are referred to Captain C. "V. Boyd, Levanns
Ohio; Captain C. M. Ilolloway, Cincinnati,
Ohio; J.J. Halpe, Cincinnati, Ohio, For sale
lu half barrels nnd jugs by
UUS. SIMMONS, Proprietor,
mZMAwt! Aberdeen, Ohio.
FRESH OYSTERS !
9 Host brands served lu auy style. DAY OU
My establishment lias lately been fitted up
In handsome style, and supplied with ever
convenience. Cooking unexcelled.
B20d3m No. 8. Market street,
J J, McCAltTlIEY.LtconBod Auctioneer
for Mason nnd adjoining counties.
at tho ofUco will receive
prompt attention, P. O. address Mt. Carmol'
FOR TWENTY DAYS!
-Wo shall givo a-
having a number that must bo disposed of to make room for others on
Myall, Riley & Porter,
IMOI untm;., j
Toil can't write unless you havo GOOD INK I
Frank R. Fhistsr
has for sale all of the lending
and get n bottle.
ARNOLD'S INK in nunrtfi, piutH and one-half pluts,
AUNOLD'H COPY1NU INK In quints and pluts.
CARTER'S FLUID in quarts, pfnts nnd small bottles.
CARTER'S COPYING INK in quarts, pints and one-half pints.
BUTLER'S LA BLLLK VIOLET in quaits, pintsand small bottles.
BUTLER'S VIOLET in qunrts.
TREASURY VIOLI-T COPYING lu qunrtsand pints.
STAFFORD'S, all kinds, in quarts, pints, one-half pints two ounce
and one ounce sizes.
BRENTANO'S LONDON EXCliEQUR JET BLACK INK, the
Uncst (or ladles' use known.
Jho above Is only a paitlal list ot Inks. All the leading brands of
RED INK and MUCILAGE.
Esterbrook & Gillott's
Faber's and Eaflie Pencil Cos
"W. B. Carpenter 8c Co.'s
rtirCall and see them. Correspondence invited Address
Wl HANK H.
-: yholesale aud
In order to supply tho increasing detnauds of our trade we aie continually adding to our
supply of Stoves and Tinware.
REMEMBER OUR STOCK IS ALL NEW
having been recently purchased with a view to to the wants of this market. Cook Stoves of
the best makes. Heathm Stoves in Kieat variety. Mantels nnd Grates of every kind always
on hand and sold at the LOWEST RATES. Call andexamino our new stock.
sopJ Comer Market aud Third Streets, Mnysville, Ky.
TH3E3 BEST PLAGE
I uimiLuj mnniLLuj uiiiiniiLi liuij
Latest and most improved styles ol Cool; tag and Hentlnc Stoves, made nt AVheellnc, W
Vu,.ofhot blastcharcoal iron, warranted not to havoa&tugleounceof scrap In them. These
btoves, of course, wear tho longest.
1IOVHK FUKNIKHINO OOODN of all kinds and tho Best quality.
lE;iU.t:NN ICK VUKAn has no complications beyond the capacity of
a child. Tho can sets squarely unywhere. The dasher Is
MTIXK JOKKK VAN1IING Cheap nnd Effective. Best made.
UUEN OF THE WENT WATEIt 1K A WEK. which saves half of the labor of drawing
water from a well or cistern.
jlAItlY IlKEAUFANTCOOniNa STOVE, which 1h admitted by all who have used it
iU UMVU uu PUl'VUUd uu.auuu nvu 4b, slhl
binuds. Select your favorite and call
-' m -
retail dealers In I :
TNUMQ E, ETC,
HUU BUU US WUUUlVi JUU V1BU IU UUjr ui uw.
BLATTERMAN & POWER.
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