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pmsteMIuvalvtMff tbo or tba ZdrUofJafstsiAins) BoBapart. EULTiHOMt,Hd,( Nov. 10. In tho suit ot Daltlraoro City veriua Chas. J. Bonaparte, executor of Madams Bonaparte, docoasod, inrolYlng $20,000 bade taxes, Judgo Brwu hru decided that the taxes wero not llko ordinary claims, which it was necessary to protebefore.Uw Court, but It iraa tho duty ot U.AdnilnUtrator to pay tho taxes without notlot. Anlntoreatiiig point was that whenpersoajUt property" in tho Btato was taxed, add tn executor lived In Baltimore county, taxefl ihould bo imposed in tho pUca.where.tho deceased resided until a distribution of tho property to the heirs was mftdo. Thccws orw portion ot the estate ooMisunro: bonds or tho city of .thcM bonds wore exempted from taxAUoniby the laws of Pennsylvania. Tho defense hero contended that as our law State bonds from taxation whon oremptbjr tho lairs of the Btato lssuo, it also ought to include city bonds, but Judgo.Brown decided tU.it it was not so, thereby granting ovory point in favor of tho city. thenewtimeT Generally Adopted By All (be Leading Linen. Tofbka, Kansas, Kon 10. Tho Atchison, Topoka & Santa Fo Road has adopted tho Central time so far west as Dodgo City, Kansas, and .beyond that, Mountain tirao. ComrcHuBiiinrrs, Iowa, Nov. 10. Control tlmo' rna adopted here yesterday. Tho Union ractilo trill probably adopt Mountain, time. Cnicxoo, Nov. 10. Tho now standard of tlmo known as tho ninetieth meridian, or Central, was generally adopted In this city. All public clocks wero sot back nine minutes, and tho new tlmo was adopted by all t!i railroads centering in tho city except the Illinois Central and Michigan Central, both of whkinwill fall into line on Sunday noxK THE SPEAKERSHIP. Randall 'Arrive Early on the Scene Th SUanOoa. T? JUHHOTOKr D. C., Nov. 10. Additional test has been given to the Spoakornhlp by tho arrival of Mr. Randall, who vislta .Washington considerably earlier than he had expected to. In reply to a question ho R&td that ha had no causo to feel uneasy about tho contest, and that his figures would bo found correct when the caucus was held. Representative Morrison, who has como hero in tho intoroet of Mr. Carlisle, does not think favorably of Mr. Bprtogert candidacy, and Bays that tho latter has no following, not oven from his own BUte of Illinois. THE CROWN PRINCE. Hla AferlVCkl fa GtnOA and Ilrllllaut Reception, OciroA, Nov. 10. Tho Crown Prince Frederick William, of Prussia, arrived at midalght, and was warmly received, by the Oerman residents, who presented him with an address. ThoBtreets were crowded with peoplo and tho houses profanely decorated with flags, lanterns, otc A salute -was fired by tho German squadron assembled in tho harbor to escort tho Crown Prince to Spain, and by two Russian men-of-war which arrlvod yesterday. Tho royal party embark for Spain toiay. Blarderons Aaannlt. Little Rocs:, Ark., Nov. 10. Reports from Dixlo, rorry county, Ark., stato that Ferdinand Woiher, a prominent mau in that German settlement, was shot and Instantly killed at a festival in tho Catholic church by a young man named Steven?. Tho lattor, with several others, all drunk, created a disturbance. Weihcr tried to quell it- and was drawn into fin altercation and killed. Tho mnrderur lied, hut two nnKM In tiursnit. Wiilliiir. who wnu - g .- 1 well and wldoly known, leaves u family I unit I Tms( Thinks Tliere Will lie War. Paris, Nov. 10. Tho Mnrquls Tseng, Chinese Ambassador to France, granted an ' interview to a reporter, in tho conrso of which ho ofilcially denied that the United States boo over ottered to modlato between Franco and China. Tho only offer of that nature hod como from England and had been rejocted by Franco in such a maimer as to probably deter any other power from tendoring a similar proposition. Ho thought tha (Hfmiita twtwfym tw twn onnntrlpa P could hardly bo settled now without war. Aa Empty Dottle's Ntory. QlURD Ri.rros, Mich., Nov. 10. A young woman stepped into tho Barnard Houso and engaged lodging for the night. When called to-day tho did not respond. In tho afternoon tho room was broken opon, and ita occupant discovftred dead. An empty bottlo labeled "morphine" told tho story. h She had been an occupant of a bagnio hero, ana was nnusuauy pretty, uno nau gone by various aliases, but her real iiamo was L not known. b Tae 9Hh JPaMHCe Across tho Briny. Nsw 10. Tho steamor of tho Hamburg line, which left Hamburg October 81 and Havro November 3, arrived at her dock in Hoboken four days I late. She encountered heavy galos every day after, leaving Havro, accompanied by llAfcW MUlA. wllfnh nM.fIMjltAfl friviftaiif V Blowing up. Sho received no damage from me ruugu iroauiieut oi uio elements, ana j lanaoa.uor paseongors, numoering i,30U, t u I nou, ' Still MoMIbk Out. . "New tYORK, Nov 10. Tho Mall and Express j and tho Evening Post are btlll holding- out against Uio demands of tho ktriking printers, and, in front of tho latter pulctf, the sign "Malo or Fomalo compositors wanted at 113 cents per 1,000 ems" iMttlll conspicuously displayed. Mr. proprietor of tho Sunday Morcury said that when visited by tho Committee of the Union .ho mode tho concession demanded. Mobblnr Oermnns. v Doupat, Livonia, Nov. 10. An Gennan mob to-day attacked tho Gustavus Adnlnliiin llnlvnrsltv. which in nnnnlilntvul r to bo practically a German Institute Thoy were ropuisea ny tno roios. Another mob surrounded a statuo symbolizing tho Rhine, nnil tilnur If. ltn with flvtlAnilfn. Timon I rages by aro duo to recent German utterances favoring tno rehabilitation of tho Kingdom of Poland. Ma wv Disciple Church. NkwYoiuc, Nov. 10. The "Disciples of Christ," the now sect with which tlio Into President Garfield was connected from boyhood, dedicated a new houso of worship in this city yesterday. The building is a modest structure on Thirty-sixth street, between Eight and Ninth avenues. Tho dedication sermon was preached by ltov. J, D, Powers, of Washinctou. Dr. BATE 65 S. Clark St0pp, Court House, CHICAGO. AriwUrcrmlnftto. 3Th01ilet Npeclnllst In tno United HUtes, wliu.o urn lo.nu fjci'euiemcx, lerftot Inutlioil ami pure medicine Insure srctDT snd rEnMANKNT cun.a ol all l'rl?ato, (Jhronlo and tsorvotUlaiisa. AITectlomof tha lllixid, Uln, Kltlnry. Illaildvr, lUitptlnni, Ulccra, Old Nnrc,iir'lllia f tho J lumln, nitre Mntith, Throiit, Jlono 1iiIii, licrmaneutlj oarod nd (ndlcitoa from tho ) Um for llfo. tlCnMlChl"IVIiVnejt,Srtnnal IlkllW UUv Jows,brjciillecuy, Mental and l'hv'lcal Weakness, J'(tllii Memory, Weak l'ucs, Stunted Development, to Marriage, etc, from excesses or nri) jraiiMi, specttllj, safely and privately CtireiU and Old men, and ll vruo need medical oklll and cjterlrnce,conult Dr. Bate at onco. 1IU opinion col nolhlnu, and mir care (nturo misery and ahamo. When Inconrenlent to Tlilt the city for treatment, medicines can be eent evoranhoro ly mall or eiprota frt'O from Is that a tilirslclan who Hires nil vliolo attention to a claas of diseases ercnt skill, and pliylclan throughout tho country, knowlnt Ills, froquonllrrfcommcnilillfllcult cases to tho Uldcat Nicctnilst, by whom every known irnod rcmody is used. Ilato a Alto and Jlxprrlence makn hla opinion of Iniiiorf itnce. S3rThoo who call see no one but tho l)ootor. Uonraltatlnns free and unercdly cnnflilcntliil. Cases which have failed In obtaining relief elsewhero, especially solicited, ternalo esses treated. Uall or write, jinnr. from utn a to 81 Kundarx. lO to 1S3. (Juiuk zo Health sent FiiF.K. Address as abore. BEFORE V AND -AFTER Electric Appliances an tent on 30 Days' Trial. TO MEN ONLY, YOUHQ OR OLD, "TTT110 are suffering from Nanroos DaelttTT, VV Lost Vitilitt. Ltcc or Nanra Fohck ahd Vioor, Wistino Wkakmkssks, and alt those dlseaeea ot a 1'aMOXii. Natuiii: resulting from Abusis and Otuba Causes. Hiwctly relief and complete restoration of HiLTn,viuou and Manhood Uuaraxti o. The grandest dltcorery of tho Nineteenth Century, tend at once for illustrated l'lMnphletfreo. Address VOLTAIC BELT CO., MARSHAU. MICH. HI1 Bf"Anakesis"r1.'.n?i L lan tnfalUbu curt for 1'IIik. If II M Prico 91, at druRglafs, or prepaid bymall, Hamplo k. Bscnt ILK- II fret. Ail, "ANA KKWItf" .. Blvutkeri.uox 2410 Kcwi'ort. FFERE from Yonthfnt lmpmdsnce, canslni rrons liebultr. Mental ana I'D cal Weakness. Valoable Informal fnrhotnaenrftlVee. Uld23T,ntna wmtcHj, VTJLQ.QlintliQi2titVhGAtQ MlaBsm FREE! m RELIABLE SELF-CURE. A fivnrltA V)TMUrtntton fif Ann Af th0 tnost noted and successful specialist In thoTJ.t), (now retired) for thecare of xervouo OetiiHt V( itomt aiatihoaa,treatmr mm tMiUneau. Una in plain sealed envelopeVee. Urutglstacaa flllii, Addreu DR. WARD A CO.. UultUnj, Mo, FRBKforTRIAL Iuktct's f Antmfal lii!ii!idBlccd t'tirutur AVrti ui Htunhi and II' akiust, Istnf VitnititihvA TiTfii , or wiy evil rcsnltof Indiscretion, excen, ocrwork, t tc, (mcr forty thou Html l'Oi'llhn rtirrR.) Kf H lid MM IDc. fir i ostugo on trial box o( 10OpUl. Adlrrfw, I)r M. W. II C0Ji, ror.Clark Rt. crcui leuliti. and('a1liouiiI'.a p, Cuicaqo, lu OTi Dr. KEAN, Nt. nuVTll(.LARt br,t ClilCACO U Ubllil.cl 1U1 . li Bllll IreAtlur U I'll Vltt Nenrnut, Ctiit.ulO iDd tpccUl dlf t'aiii'Jipnnatnrh(pftJtnpolrnrx(Mxatl ItimimrltjrKrniftl tllaeatct.itc. Con VmmmmXWwmmW kii1Utln Irpnnll7 nr by IrtWr Tr. Ur Kn ft Ilia only physician In th ' rttr tli At wurTKtitarur or no tat. &M p(t llluitrte J book, vtt 1,000 ut icrlptlom, 1 1 by tutl. DR. IT. n. KANE. HABIT of the DcQulnofj OPIUM Otiiuiu liiimetDowofftri Krntealy viicrtDT nar one ran euro IilmAolfnt Rnd putnU1ya ttUiuouUli, an eodortuitut, lttri from cmlDviit mmlkml mm, tnd full tletcripUun ff th Irratrnttit, uurcsi Ml Jl , rtl I As JI( MVi 1U IT 1 1 lb BU ACW XOfl, Rev. Father Wilds' EXPERIENCE. Tho Ilov. Z. r. "Wilds, city missionary In New York, and brother of tho Into eminent Juilgo Wilds, of the Supremo Court, wrllca n follows I "78 E. Uth St.. New York; May 10, 1882. Mnssrts. J. C. Am:h & Co., (lentlenien : jisl winter I w a troubled with a most uncomfortable Itching humor affecting more especlnlly my limbs, which Itched to Intolerably at night, and burned bo Intensely, that 1 could scarcely bear any clothing over them. I was also a sufferer from n severe catarrh and catarrhal cough ; my appetite was poor, and my system a good deal run down. Know Ing tbo valuo of Aye it's by observation of many other cases, and from personal uso Informer years,! began taking It for tho above-named disorders. Jly appetlto lmprovod almost from the first doso. After n short tlmo tho fovcrand Itching wero allayed, and all signs of lrrltatlouof tho skin disappeared. Sly catarrh and cough wero also cured by tho samo means, and my goncral health greatly Improved, until It is now excellent. I feel a hundred per cent strongor, and I attribute theso results to tho uso of the 8Alt.sArAWl.LA, which I recommend with all contldenco as tho best blood medicine ever dovlsed. 1 took It In small doses tbrco times a day, and used, in all, less than tw o bottles. I plnco theso facta nt your service, hoping their publication may do good. Yours rospectfully, Z. I Wilds." Tho abovo Instance Is but ono of tho many constantly coming to our notice, which provo tho perfect adaptability of Ayer's Saksapahilla to the euro of all diseases arising from Impuroor Impoverished blood, and a weakened vitality. Ayer's Sarsaparilla cleanses, enriches, and strengthens tho blood, stimulates tho action of the stomach and bowels, and thoreby onablcs tho system to resist and over, come the attacks of all Seroftdous Diseases, Eruptions of the Skin, Jlhcumatltm, Catarrh, General JtehllUu, and all disorders resulting from poor or corrupted blood and a low stato of tho system. uv Dr. J. C.Ayer &. Co., Lovvoll, Mass. Sold by all i)rtigg!jt; price ?1, six bottles for S3. AYER'S CATHARTIC PILLS Purgativo Medicine euro Constipation. Indigestion, Iloadache, and - all lllllous Disorders. Sold everywhere. Always reliable. HERMANN LANCE e7nJT 9S m - sun "TSTifl Ufas 2 LU m C0 KsrAliaootlnrtlHl Work WAKHA WKIr. NmnlKirl3,Horond fdreel, three (loom below Markot Htroot, Maysvllle, Ky, aplllklly " '' wmVm MAYSVILLE, Ky. Fancy and Stapla u 'Mi PROViSISNS anri1, KnrournKed by tho lnrgoly lncrcnscdtrado I hnvo hntl durltipttio lfwuyonr, and bolnftdo lerniliitKl lo further lticroiisoIUtliooiiiliiKyonr,iluiv( taken special pnlns In tho selection ofniy Hloclt tor I ho rail nnd winter tradoin order that I may bo fully propnred to meet1 tho wnnts nl my cuKtomcnt In every particular. My goodaiiretall from first linnris forcnBh. nud I risk nothing In Bnylnn.tlmt I run prepared to compcto wlHutiiyJioune In the rlty. I carry the litrgeHi.nntr moal"cprht)leto slock of OANNM) OOODHIntfiPcHy, nil strictly HlnndurUaud gnamuUjoditoulvo Batbttaotlon. jUy liouso Is hcnUquai torn for utid all kinds of CUUNTUY l,nQQtIClC,,a(IH8linllvant to buy during (ho fall and winter tipeolully tor my cuntoiiiern C,ouO pouudii e)toloo Uulter, 10,000 dotou tresis Eggs, 6.0i0 doteu uinoueiiH, o.wu well Huleru.il btootc of HncclultleH tnrthoiholli1ay COM trn(ic. Airont for yilKU 'ftQOOOjp0:p4,veRED TOtfALL PARTS .OFJ.HE CITY - i Lzj . in .i Ihfty SpErMer psesnas I 1 HI! Men's'Shirts, Men's'TJndersliirts, Men's'Hosiery and Men's Gloves. Large and complete' stock. Men's Scotch W.Q shirts 50 $1,00, Men's Scarlet slMSLlJSr Wool Under shirts 75 cts. and up. Men's heavy Merino Shirts at 35 and 40 cents. GhXjOATIE Men's Warm .Gloves for walking, ridingor driving at 25, 50, 75, an4 1.00 a pair. Ladies' and Children?s Warm, .Gloves 15, 20, 25and 50 cents per pair. 4osiery I Hosiery! Hosiery! Just opened, an immense purchase of Hosiery which we place on.sale atless'than 50 cents on the dollar. W Black SILKS, Colored Silk VELVETS, Black and Colored VELVETEENS, at very Low Prices. J. !. SPAMS ..MO., No. 24, Market. Street, EGNEW : Wholesale nntlrpinll dealers In :- STOVES .In order to supply tho increasing dornamtg of our trade wo anconUuuaUykaddliig to our supply of Stoves und Tinware. REMEMBER OUR STOCK IS ALL NEW having been recently purchased with a view to to the wonts of this market. Cook Slaves ol tho bout tunkes IlpatluuKtoveslu ureal variety. Mantels and Urateti of evory.klpd. always on hand ami sold at the LOWK&T 11A.TSU. Call and examine our now stock. sept WINDHORST & BLUM, Merchant Tailors! No. 29. The Best Place EAST SECOND STREET. S-ONLY FINE CUSTOM-MADE WORK DONE HEW. OH NALK, F BOURBON FARM. Forsnle, prlVHtely, one of the tmnt fnrms In Uiiurhon county, contalnlna two hundred mid fifty new. Ii'h linprovemoiitn RroMoond lo noiif. Hill lllllo nl It heuii plowed of lute y on in. Ilnrn room enouKh for ten acres ol iolmivo; utone nnil mmUiii11 euco: close to n rm rniiionew, o. 11 ih ono nt i iHonenr r.nt nn'i iuiwitiie nomp in inu enmity. It iiiukL Ih Meii in be iinnivclatHl i omo and It; I want I" will; It In In or a inlln of .North Middle town I'fHnltlce, Wiltelor piullpqlnni B81WUAW . W. UWISH. CnOCERlES MRGAItfS tuaunme.oinii.Kmus, win imven r iiuMciiniiiini uir.H Ikmseta ! Very go.od quality of S MAYSVIU,.KY. & ALLSIT, ..uvsr.j.'vi je w on ,i n ... s a, . Corner Market and. Third Streets, Maysvllle, Ky. to liavo your Clotliow msilo to ordor for the LKAHT MONEY. They have the Idlest KlyleHof KINRU00D3 imdTIUMMlNUH. KINK OVEIICUATINQ a specially. CfiU and nee us. boji,W3iu T. Lowry, : Dealer In: FAMILY Tchh, QiiecHsware, CiarN. ClIsWWWHrc, TobficcoM. NotlouM. nialiestcoHli nrlconnld for country produce. JylWU Comer Fourth and l'lum atreota. w ,i , ;,':;' Ji I. hs C. S. MINER & BRO.. ftf ma.Br.sl ,, A sm. SKH BBvIBbUbM SV SMLMSr "I' 1 IHI'ill!l).l'lH "W1 SHOE ' ifti 'i i .T i.l 3Uwv Peculiar- O'ltl Mysterytl of they never would itclli patients iwiit they were prescribing' forthem. Theysaid'it woulcldo.utc mtients no good to know, and that it would i only be.gratifyjngfd.fpliiifi ,curiog'iy. In order to keep.paticnts from knowjnjj,.they'fwould in dogiLatinj so tltat jnost patients could not rjuaditiiem., AU that sort of thing js now over. The patient wantsto know wltat.hcitafcca. HciS Weak, and wants to be stronger he is dypeptief, ind vjants to digest well. Or he has a troublesomoliver.whicli hawajitatq put to rights. So he takes Brown's Iron BiUprsabut wjijcjijjhereis no, niyseryatall, Tliis isthe.bcst preparation of iron initliu.u'onldyjin.cpinbiiiation ivjth gentje yet It.ives strength', it builds up enfeebled sytcrns It enriches impoverished blood. il'treinoves feminine JYi;aknesse3. It casts out' debility It iuvhutYOU want, and .your, dcuggisthasiit a -' ' I'll j ''--.n'-Tl TV,l"1ITTr 'Tl iFiTiT fn 1 11 T" W-I . ln Irl' I:I illrl i Villi'! I U J la II u VI Ml4iB'l"U Jm V Itl' 'I'll II 'I'lTiYif I IV 1 M I im list uliliB t Itlil Ivlflnlll m Frames desigA. Tesevg.QQ;ls Will Jt)' .p;l ;tpijpaaJj;Qir0om jfor .CUianja. seetjaem. FINE OIL PAINTINGS at $15.a0..per pair, ENJl.V$NQ&frow $2.76 up. BO.OJE4, MIFHqB.ad.SO ots, Braa.QIWa, Wood and Paper M ache Jt?L4QJJ3; Tube a,nd Cake PAINTS. CRAYON :PAEER; .MQDJS?, etc. A very .fine t assortment. Leading Articles for .docoration .in numerous designs. ssrMr. PHITER hasjfour jbeautiflil designs in OUT' CARD .BOARD. that make beautiful ornaments for stable, mantlepieco or, bracket, and will present one taeach Oustomer buying goods to the ampunt f 50 ct3, , or , oveir. .Q.all ,aftf s,ee them. Theywilibetl senttoauyaddressj on receipt of 5 cts.nl FOR DJLYS ! WoBiftll,givsJia i :ON: mm ii having, a numbpr.that must bo, disponed of to-make room for others on tho vray Myall,Riley&P ' i y. fj y -; .;w"wMBssgassjHaBeMi i ,i 1 1 i.j THE REST PLAGE T SWrlRTOi IB Biattexmaii OUR apEOIALTfES. Latest nnd mostlniprpycd style ol Ci'jWtiR,i;i)(I.JJ(eiittiBlnvet. radc W Va..of hot blart charcoal Iroti.vrarrsnted lot to.JvenjtFeunciolBoraplu thpm. Thee of the. Insures!. Ktnvca. courne..urar IIOUNi: KI'KNIHtllNOJMimf4nfB!l W rt.KKr,r(n4ir, r,s,n, aciiiui. ino cniiHsquaroiy auywnnre. n iifl IJTTI.K JMKKsVWANllllta HA idb water irom a, wen or cisitrn Ml.TwHKAMKAHTCOtiMIM'' VTAVK. to ,hnye hq aiiperlor, caii.anu bee iu, aplldly MAYWILLE, KY. is offering at LOW "Pricea a hondaome ssortmerttofsxsall mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm IHK'A UK iK hHI liHn 1X1111" IS. .11 B' '1 IJLLKJrtJL'JJll orter, PVT - AT- & Poiwerfs. IJljmUien?Htoiui)ty "i"(r. H" b"Hi 'l"!y ami lieyopd.the.cnpttolly of fioknnr m nir.aitu MTWafSLV'VlV1'!. (Did Eflectlve. ,0est made. wtffliin halfof.ilJelft.bb; I:& irhfrti la orimlH! i il . .-.. .....i capdittMfierh7r'7A wisu to WPffiRir" " BLATTRM AK JC PO W J H. s M u Ll !