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VOL 3 NO 304
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CHICAGO - ST LOUIS
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Slates Copy Books
PENS and MS
Pencils PapT and School Supplies of all
kinds at the lowest prices Your patronage
Is Invited MISS ANNA FRAZAR
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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office and residence south east corner ol
Third and Sutton streets Will give special
attention to diseases peculiar to females
aplHdly MAY8VILLK
J BIjAUKIIOKOUGH
Headquarters for
Clocks Silver Goods Jewelry
The Boss Waltham Watch Store All work
promptly and satisfactorily done Second
Street east of Market ap25dly
U F MAUN II
ATTOKNKY AT LAW
JiiNtlce or tho Pence
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT
Will advertise and sell real estate No charges
whatever unices a bale Is consummated
Deeds mortgages Ac written at rates as low at
any ones Office Uhrary Building Button
street
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Manufacturers of and Dealers In
Stoves Mantels Grates
Tinware Stoneware Woodenware Ac Tin
Rooting Guttering Spouting and Stove Re-
a specialty jno ay iMnrsct oireei in
Sairs old staud Maysvllle Ky tnyldly
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ARCHITECTS and BUILDERS
Plans and specifications furnished on reas
onable terms and all work sntUlnctorlly aud
promptly done Office on Third street be
tween Wall and Sutton
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GOOD INTENT
Livery and Sale Stable
A full lino of all kinds of vehicles on hand
forwUe hire or exchange Worses kept by
day week or mouth Largest and best ap
pointed Livery Stablo in the west Price- as
low as any Rent attention to vehicles stored
Telephone connection No 40 and 4 west
Second St apl7dly MAYBVJLLK KY
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Special attention paid to tin roonlngguttei
and snouting Practical plumbers bob ado
steam fitters Wrought iron and lead pipes
Ac All work attended to promptly and
warranted
3S K Second stM adly MAYHVILLE K
TTjlllANK II IIAUOKK
House Sign and
ORNAMENTAL PAINTER
Shop a few doors above Yancey A Alexand
ers livery stable second street dtf
send for our Select List
of Local Newspapers Ger P Rowell A
Co 10 Spruco strcot N Y
EVENING
OUR POLITICAL AFFAIRS
A Review of tjio Next United States
Senate
Cleveland Flrt Appointment
Joseph McDonald Not n Cadldate
for tho Senate Complete Offi
cial IMurnlllleii of the
Vote lu New York
Washington Nov 18 Now that the Leg
islatures in tho various States are chosen and
tho political complexion of the members of
the Senato is determined there la n great
deal of gossip as to the make up of that body
Ono thlrd of tho next Senato is to bo new
That is to say that twenry uvo of the mem
bors aro to bo newly elected and ore to hold
thoir seats until 1801 Of these six have al
ready been chosen Blackburn In Kentucky
Eustis in Louisiana Allison in Iowa Wilson
in Maryland Morrill in Vermont and Payne
in Ohio Of the remaining nlnotoen to bo
selected all will be chosen this winter except
the Senator from New Hampshire In which
State tho Legislature does not moot until
June so that tho State will have but ono
member in tho Sonato when it Is called to
gether In special session next March as it of
courso will be after the inauguration of tho
now President
This is a peculiarity of the State Constitu
tion of New Hampshire that its Legislature
meets always in Rummer insta ad of winter
Tho system is said to be very satisfactory to
the honest yeomanry of the State who hare
most of the say about its management Now
Hampshire having but few citlos or towns of
consequence Tho legislative period comes at
a time between planting and haying when
tho farmers have leisure and prefer to do
their legislative work at that period to leav
ing their comfortable homes In the extremely
cold winters that that States la favored with
Of the nineteen now members to bo chosen
ten are to be Republicans and nine Demo
crats and when in their seats it will make
tho Senate Btaud forty one Republicans uud
thirty flvo Democrats counting tho Virginia
Readjustee as Republicans Tho States in
which the now members are to bo elected are
Alabama Arkansas California Colorado
Connecticut Florida Georgia Illinois In
diana Kansas Missouri Nevada Now
Hampshire New York North Carolina
Oregon Pennsylvania South Carolina au I
Wisconsin
Considering tho States in their alphabetical
ordei t tho Indications aro that Alabama aud
Arkansas will again be represented by tho
present occupants of tho seats Pugh and
Walker Senator Pugh has hod a good deul
of legislative experience having served in
tho House thon in tho Confederate Senate
and then in the United States Senate having
been there since 18S0 Senator Walker who
Is just completing his six years term was an
officer in tho Confederate army but had nev
er been In Congress before his election to the
Senate to succeed Dorsoy in 1670
From California the indications as road
from this standpoint are that Senator Sar
gent who filled tho seat six years ago may
be sent back It is understood however that
the talented Pago of that State who bull
dozed tho Chlneso bill through tho Forty-seventh
Congress for political capital and failed
of re election Immediately thereafter will be
candidate
In Colorado there will probably be a pretty
warm fight Secretary Teller Is understood
to havo the load at preent but what soma of
the millionaires may accomplish betwoon tbfa
ud the meeting of tho Legislature is pretty
bard to say Tabor would probably not by
tverso to coming back as a sort of a vindica
tion in the face of the unstlntod abuse ho was
lubjected to on all hands while hero Thou
too Belford would bo glad to transfor his
beacon light to tho Senate Ho W a vory ac
tive and tolerably shrewd person and It
tvould not be at all surprising to see him make
It tolerably lively for Mr Teller befiro tho
fight Is over especially if thero should hap
pon to be a long fight and a need arise for a
lort of compromise candidate Of courso the
present Senator Mr Hill will have u band
In the fight
dn Connecticut Florida and Georgia it is
understood that the present occupants of tho
leate aie pretty likely to bo returned Theso
sro Piatt in Connecticut Call In Florida and
Brown in Georgia In Illinois tho fight for
Senator Logans beat will bo a hot ono A
half dozen prominent Democrats aro named
as likely to enter for tho raco for it seorhs
settled that the Legislature is Democratic i
Lyman Trumbull Carter Harrison and
Sovernor Pahnor are among thoso most
talked of for tho fight
It may not be impossible that Mr Morrison
will be a candidate Altogether tho light in
Illinois scorns likely to be a pretty lively
one
From Indiana It seems that Mr Voorhees Is
pretty likely to bo returned without opposi
tion Tho sumo may it is behoved be said
of Kansas Missouri and Nevada and It
teems probable that the present members
from thoso States Messrs Ingalls Vost aud
Jones will come back for auother term
Bach
In Now Hampshire it Is understood that
tho eagle eyed Chandler has the ropes well
laid and that he will havo little opposition
except from tho present Senator Mr Blair
In Now York thero is great uncertainty
Among tho names already tulkod of aro tho
present Senator Mr Lapham aud Mr Couk
Hng
From North Carolina Senator Vance will
joubtless be returned
From Oregon it is understood that tho
present member of the House Mr Georgo
stands a good prospect of being sent to tho
Senate
From Pennsylvania it is probable that Sen
ator Caraoron will bo returned with little on-
position though It is not uullkely that Bay
ard may make a fight for the place
Tlte First Dlplonintlc Appointment
Buffalo Nov 18 The Express1 Albany
Bpeclnl says It is said on tolerably good
authority that Edward H Butler of Buffalo
will be the earliest diplomatic appointee
Cleveland will mnko Butlor was one of the
discoverers of Cleveland He Is booked for
Austria In John M Frauds place Butler
who Is proprietor of the Evening and Sun
day News first advocated Clovoland for
Mayor of this city at a time when the city
irtcDomJd KiitlIlio a Card
Indianapous Ind Nov 18 JosophE
McDonald hai written a card which is pub
lished to day in answer to friends in various
portion of Indiana urging him to stand for
the United JfttatosSonatondiip He positively
declines to havo hia uiivj used in that con
nection
South Carolina Opinion
Charleston S C Jfov 18 The News
und Courier published to day tho views of
governor Thompson and twenty four Demo
tratic county chairmen In this State as to the
tirect of Clevelands election on tno political
and Industrial condition of tho South The
words and phrases of the correspondents
differ but the saino thoughts run through
the whole array of opinion and suggestion
They say frankly that tho election of Clove
land means more money and less jolltlcs in
South Carolina that thero will bo a general
rovlvalof the Industries that manufactures
will bo stimulated and dovelopod by tho ap
plication of additional capital that tho work
ing people will bo bettor paid that
tho price of farm lands and of real es
tate gonorally will advance that thero will
be for the whole people without distinction
of condition of class an era of political and
industrial progress
Chicago Wants an Adverttsomont
Chicaoo Nov 18 Tho Democratic State
and county organizations In conjunction
with tho Independent Republicans aro mak
ing an endeavor to induco President elect
Cloveland and Vlco President elect Hen
drlcks to pay a visit to Chicago betweon now
and inauguration day A graud banquet in
tho exposition building aud a monster parado
ore proposed should Mr Cleveland accept
Prominent Democrats from nil parts of the
Union will bo Invitod to attend
Tho OlUclal Count
New York Nov Id The correct official
returns in the State now complete give tho
following pluralities
Clevelands Blaines
Counties Pluralities Pluralities
Albany 647
Allegheny
Ilroonie
Cattaraugus
Cayuga
Chatauqua
Chemung
Chenango
Clinton
Columbia
Cortland
Delaware
Dutchess
Kri
Essex
Franklin
Fulton and Hatnilhn
Qcnessee
v
Greene
Herkimer
Jeffonwa
Kings 15770
Low is
Lfvlngstou
Madison
Monroe
Montgomery
New York 43004
Niagara SIS
Oneida 30
Onondago
Ontario
Orange
Orlcani
O wego
Otsego 433
Piitnntn
Queens 1922
Rensselaer
Richmond 1071
Rockland 1101
St Lawreuce
Saratoga
Schenectady
Schoharie 1807
Schuyler
Seneca 313
Steubon
Suffolk 553
Sullivan 275
Ttoga
Touipkins
Ulster
Warren
Washington
Wayne
Westchester 1233
Total 60519
2 782
li0i
1303
3101
4600
470
1052
822
570
1208
978
1021
1490
1775
1690
1017
983
15
810
1051
7fi
lir2
1741
5070
92
3727
7811
127
101
2514
577
r4oo
2314
577
9P3
42S
5
7SI
2113
Wyoming 1KH
Yates ljtfi
6S44
Clevelands plurality 1103
International Inhibition of Inren
tlona tor 18S5
New York Nor 18 It Is ofllcIaUr an
nounced through the British Consulato that
au International Inventors Exhibition will
bo hold In London in 1SS5 under tho patron
ago of the Queen the Presidency of the
Prlnco of Wales and tho managomont of an
Executlvo Council composed of eminent
Englishmen It will bo opened In May atth
Royal Horticultural Gardens In South Ken
sington and will remain opon until tho end
of tho year In order that American iuveii
tions may occupy a prominent place in
this universal Exhibition the latest date
for receiving applications for space has
been extended to December 31 lb84 The
exhibition will consist of two grand divisions
each of which will be subdivided Into groups
and classes The first division dovoted to
inventions will embrace apparatus appli
ances processes and products Inventod or
brought into use sluco 1SQ3 when tho great
Worlds Fair was held In ho Crystal Palace
Tho objoct of this collection Is to show the
progress that has been made during tho lost
quarter of a century In tho application of
HciontiQo dlscovories to the purposes
of dally life Thero is amplo scope for
tho display of American ingenuity as
the exhibits will not bo limited to important
mechanical appliances and tho utilization of
natural products but will Include Yankeo no
tions of all descriptions Tho second division
will be devoted to music in all Its branches
ch lolly musical Instruments Invented since thi
beginning of tho preftont century Historic
collections musical instruments and pictures
representing musical subjects will form an In
cidental feature of tho exhibit Medals in
gold silver aud bronze and diplomas of honor
will be awarddd on tho recommendation of
juries M
MAYSVILLE KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 18 1884
UIjLETIN
Z lintrCSoL8 THE NEWS FROM ABROAD
nomination for Governor Still lator for j
President It labored oarnostly for his sue- a TwQriu
rcss in bach canvaxH Tho rnnnrt ia rnnotnll penaing
credited lioro and meets with mucb favora
ble comment
Political
England
Crisis in
Tho Torloa Emboldened by succca
The Franchise IBlll Addrca ot
Ihc King oftho Netherlands
to lralluraenft
London Nov 18 There was a general
disposition last week among tho Tories to
compromise tho diputo between tho Lords
and the Comtnons over tho Franchise The
South Warwickshire election appears to have
completely turned the heads oven of moder
ate Tories Their leaders have Anally
abandoned all thoughts of further delaying
tho measure In tho Lower House preferring
an Immediate collision Tho bill was allowed
to pass through tho committee on Monday
aud tho third reading on Tuesday The
6lnglo division taken on Mr Stanleys amend
ment deforring tho franchise till a redistri
bution schomo should bo passed was rojected
by a vote of 194 against 109
Rut this peaceful progress was accompan
ied by warlike sroechos from the mildest Tory
members Mr Lowther the chief firebrand
of tho Tory party was allowod to assuno tho
leadership on Monday and to disown Sir Rich
ard Cross who had advocated concessions on
Friday Sir Stafford Northcoto followed re
pudiating poor Sir Richard Cross and with
equal doclsivoneiroaflirmod Lord Salisburys
latest ultimatum that there shall be
no franchise bill unless a satisfactory
redistribution bill shall bo passod
simultaneously Mr Goechon attempted
to intervone on Tuesday as an Inde
pendent Liberal and pleaded for conciliation
Lord John Manners answered fiercely reject
ing peremptorily tho suggestion that tho Op
position should state their views respecting
redistribution declaring that the lories
would hold no communication In public or
private with the Government Mr Glad
stone rejoined renewing tho Invitation to par
ley which remains unaccepted
THE TOUY rOLtCY
The Standard ostentatiously announces
that tho Tory leaders will be parties to no ne
gotiations The Lords Intend to agreo to a
socoud x eodlng on Tuesday and then to post
pone tho measure till a Redistribution Bill Is
introduced in tho Commons The Whig
peers tho Duko of Argyll Lord Cowpor and
others continue their efforts to Induce Lord
Salisbury to agree to some bargain but it la
believed that their work will be wholly fruit
less Tho Times and other modorate iapers
dally arguo in favor of an agreement of some
sort
LIBERALS KAQKR FOR CONFLICT
Most Liberal journals and all tho Radicals
hail the prospoct of conflict lb a Daily
News joyfully declares that It sees no signs ot
an arrangement insist that Lord Salisbury la
only anxious to prevent a settlement and
pronounces tho pretensions of the Lords
positively monstrous This journal usually
docile to Ministerial hints seems to be ready
to coat in 1U lot with tho majority of the
Liboral party who undoubtedly regard Tilth
alarm Mr Gladstones persoverlug attempts
to como to terms
Lord Salisburys decision Is expected next
week Tho Tory leaders will meet Monday
to 6ottIo plans Tho Tory party will be sum
moned to assemble at the Carlton on Tuesday
to ratify tho resolvo
There are fresh rumors of compromise this
afternoon Tho Pail Mall Gazette formerly
fervent for battle now urges a surrender
and says tho Tories hare only to name thw
terms and thoy will be compiled with
EGYPT AND DEC IIUAX ALAND
The Ministry havo plenty of other topics of
anxiety No decision is known to have yet
been taken whether to accept or to reject
Lord Northbrookos report on Egypt Mr
Gladstone promises a stntemont next wee
Lord Harrington projJosing on Thurs lay
vote of a million fur tho Nilo expedition re
mitted that It was only preliminary Private
accounts say that tho expenditure is nearly
a half a million pounds weekly The votv
was unopposed oxcepc by more fanatics like
Sir Wilfrid Lawsou who remarked that
Gordon was not worth rescuing and tho
Parnolllto
The vote of three quarters of a million
pounds for the expedition to Bechuanaland
surprised the house by tho largouoss of the
sura but the Ministry were resolved that it
was wiser to send a force that would t ob
viously Irreslstablo
THE CROFTERS GRIEVANCES
The crofter question cropped up In the
House yesterday the Government after a
tlresomo and occasionally violent debate
agreeing to the motion that somothing ought
to bo douo to romody tho grievances
A MINISTERIAL CHANGE
It is sottlod that Mr Sbaw Lefovre shall bo
Postmaster General with a seat m the Cabi
not Tho papers incorrectly announce Lord
Rosobcrys acceptance of tho Privy Seal and
the appointmont of First Commissioner of
Works with Cabinet rank
PRECAUTIONS AGAINST CHOLERA
Sir Oscar Clayton Sir Spencer Wells and
other medical authorities publish letters urg
lug proveutlvo measures on a largo scuta
against cholera Sir Spencer Wells propose
to follow tho American plan of using disin
fectants The Times discourages these meas
ures The public remains apathetic
MR CIIA3IDERLAINB ENEMIES
Correspondence lotweon Mr Chamberlain
and Professor Tyndall continues Mr
Chamberlains denies Professor Tyndall
charge of arrogance Professor Tyndall
published on Wodnesday in tho Times a curl
ous autobiographical epistle claiming descent
from Tyndall the translator of tho Bible ex
plaining that his whole yearly incomo li
0000 and insisting that Mr Chamberlain
compelled him to cnoose botweeu sacrificing
his Bolf respect and surrendering ono thlrd ol
his incomo He chose to forfeit tho money
and declares ho will forfeit another third also
that derived from tho Board of Trade
sooner than submit to Mr Chamberlains in
toloreui ftOif conceit
A still sharper letter comes from Mr Gren
fell Director of the Bank of England ac
cusing Mr Chmberlatn of acquiring a for
tune by dlsreputablo dodges and dlsguitlng
the Liberals by his violent speeches It is re
ported that Mr Chamberlain will begin crim
inal i ceodhigs against Mr Qrenfell Th
PRICE ONE CENT
serious portion of the public views these con
trovorsics with regret
LITERARY NOTES
The Athenooum publishes u long review ol
tho life of Bayard Taylor and complains ol
tho Inadequacy of tho account of a man pos
eesslng an indomltablo nature when there
must havo been a thousand vivid Incident
and descriptive touches in his life With
such a character and Individuality Is asks
why could nono be given
Tho same journal describes the issue of a
translation of John Bulls Daughters In ad
vanco of the authors odltlon as a smart Yan
kee trick by which all chance of prollt to the
author on his own book Is destroyed
CRYING FOR REFORM IN OERSrANY
London Nov 18 Since tho llolchbtag
elections In Germany It has been
ascortaned that no less than G5000
ballots wore cast fur the Socialist candidates
Thb remarkably large vote for a party
which Is not onty In tho opposition but which
has hitherto been supposed to number only a
handful of malicious malcontents in each
town has sot thoGovernmentthinklng The
Imperial Chancellery soon after tho election
ordered a close analysis of the vote with n
view of ascertaining the character of tho
largo number of electors who evidently voted
with tho Socialists this year for tho ilrst time
Tho result of this inquiry Is said by tho Gov
ernment officials to show that the bulk of tho
new recruits to Socialism aro moderate men
who will bo satisfied with tho redress of tho
moro crying evils which have resulted from a
too zealous enforcement of repressive laws
Tho oieniugof the now Ilolchstag Is eagerly
awaited Thero is great curiosity and no
llttlo anxiety as to the effect of the largo
leaven of Socialism in that body which at
best has not boon always tractable Prince
Bismarck hopes to bo ablo to nullify tho suc
cess of tho Socialists by preventing unity of
action on tho part of tueir Deputies It is
said that a split is already menaced among
the Socialists aud that many of them are
willing to support tho Government In return
for somo mode hte concessions which the I
Government Is w tiling to make
BUTCHER V IN SAN SALVADOR
Panama Nov 18 Tho DIario Oflclal of
San Salvador bavs A mob of W0 men as
saulted tho houTis of Jests Parodes Thomas
Padilla and Captain Panche in Nahuozaleo
In the Dopartmoni of Sonsonate and mur
derodthem all together with the wives am
children of the two ilrst mentioned
quontly thoy murdered the police captainana
Eovoral others The victims who perished
number fourteen Tho houses of Perlza
Padilla and Panche were burned Tho
crimes were committed owing to a diupute as
to tho proprietorship of some lands A num
ber of arrests have beoL made
RUNNING THE FRENCH BLOCKADE
London Nov 18 A dispatch from Hong
Kong states the Chinese Government has ar
ranged with the owners of a number of fleet
of English and American vessels to run tho
French blockade to Chinese ports The dis
patch also says that thirteen German men-of-war
have arrived and forty two others are
expected
THE NETHERLANDS
Tub Hague Not 18 The King mode
his flrHt public appearauco since the death of
tho Prince of Orange by the opening of the
new session of Parliament to day Tho
speech from the throne was somewhat moro
varied than usual The usual reference as to
a speedy restoration of tranquility in Achuen
was mado and tho position of the colonial
finances was also referred to Gratification
was expressed at tho friendly manuer
In which negotiations with England in
regard to the release of the captive
crew of the British ship Nisero from tho
hands of Rajah of Tonom has been conducted
and carried to a successful conclusion His
Majesty after an affectionate allusion to tho
death of the heir to the throne expressed his
appreciation of tho popular sympathy which
thu sod event had evoked and thanked Par
liament for thoir approval of the appoint
mout of Queen Emma as the regent In tho
event of Ilia Majestys death or Incapacity
Tho speech was well received It was noticod
that the King did not show many traces of
the severe Indisposition ho has lately suffered
REBELLION IN YEMEN ARABIA
Constantinople Nov 18 Rebellion it
Yemen Arabia has progressed to such an oo
tent that the Porte has abandoned the collec
tion of taxes Tho authority of tho Sultan
ovei tho country Is merely nominal
TALK WITH A ZULU
Who Ilencrlboa the Killing of Prince
Napoleon lu the Jungles
Cleveland 0 Nov 18 Among a num
ber of Zulus now exhibiting at a dime mu
seum hero is Charley the chief of tho party
who is an Intelligent native has picked up
considerable of tho English language and
has Joined tho Masons In an Interview last
evening ho described tho killing of Prince
Napoleon saying
The English used us badly We knew the
English could whip us in battle and so wo
enticed them into tho jungles whore wo kept
hid until disease had taken many of us oif
They first sent out a regiment which wo cut
up thon five regiments and then an army
under Lord Wolseloy Tho Prince Imperial
came then The English bad not seen a
Zulu although there wore thousands of us
hid in the long grass ami corn About noou
the Prince Imperial with two or throe com
panions rode about a mllo ahead of the rest
and dismounted in a spot surrounded by tall
grass and corn They evidently thought
thero was no danger but our scouts
were hid everywhere and word was
sent to our chief that a dismounted party of
English wore eating Tho chief ordered 200
men to surround and kill the party When
wo were close to them ono of our own nieu
exposed himself and thoy discovered ui and
ran for their liorses while our own men
rushed forward The Prlncoa horse plunged
and broko Its saddle and just thon one of our
men throw an nssogl that struck tho Prince
In tho eye It was thrown so hard thatlfc
lifted him out of the saddle When our men
came up ho was writhing in agony on tho
trrouud and one of us ran a spear through
his heart Then others ran their spears into
hlmsoveral times and the body was badly
cut up
Chief Chorllo said h was present when
tho Princes mother vlsltod tho spot whore
her son was killed and klssod tho ground
The Zulus aro homesick and aro contlnu
ally bogging tho agent to tako them homo

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