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MONI'AY. APRIL 13, 185. Genkhai. Grant continues to Improve. Hon. John G. Oaui.ihlh will return to Washington early thts week. Sknatou Blackuoiin has returned to Washington. Senator Beck is still there. Sixty convicts have been sent to Rowan County to work on tho Chesapeake and Ohio Kuilrottd. i Tiik Mexican Congress has declared it would not interere in tho troubles of the Central American States. ItKt'OitTd show that tho April condition of winter wheat in Illinois has not boon more favorahlo for years than this season. At a meeting of ex-Con fodcra to soldiers at Chattanooga, resolutions were unanimously adopted tendering sympathy to General Grant in his affliction. . . . . Tim Washington correspondent of tho Courier-Journal says that the appointment of two prominent Iventuckians to lucrative places will bo made by tho rrebident tint week. MvnoN Pi:ck, of llochestor, N. Y., a strong Blaine man during the lato Presidential cunvufcs, has Hied his application or the Belgian Mission. Ho exhibits gall of the first quality. Tiik tenure of ollice act is receiving searching attention at tho hands of the President and no appointments will bo made where it would apply until tho question is finally settled. Tiik business failures during tho last seven days number for tho United 8tates 1S9, and for Canada 2!, or a total of 212 as compared with a total of 23G last week, and 277 tho week previous. Tiik President has not yet approved tho appointment of A. J. Gross, of as United States Marshal for Kentucky, and it is rumored that ho objects to some of tho influences activo in procuring it. Thk Department of Agriculture reports on the present showing, tho reduction of tho yield of wheat, on tho basis of last year's production, promises to bo 40,000-000 bushels on account of tho area, and more than 60,000,000 from winter killing and low vitality. - -N-- III! I I A despatch from San Francisco, Cal., says: "To-day has completely changed the probabilities respecting tho wheat crop of California. Copious rains have been falling all day over tho State, nnd it is still raining to-night. Should no blighting North winds prevail in May or June the yield 'will equal that of the previous year. Tin: Lexington Gazetto siys : The lato Mrs. Durham, wife of Hon. M. member of Congress from this State, was plain in her manners but a most kind-hearted and excellent woman. While in Washington she was presented to M rs. Bruce, wifo of tho colored and saluted her politely, " How do you do, Aunty V" Mrs. Bruce did not relish such familiarity. Tiik revised edition of tho Old Testament will bo issued to tho public on May 1st. Several American publishers have made efforts to forestall tho issue in England by attempting to secure advance proofs, some of them having offered os high as .5,000 for singlo advance prints. This revised version is tho property of Cambridge and Oxford, England and the efforts of tho American book publishers, becoming known, havo caused those hiving the work undor control to adopt the strictest precautions to prevent publications. The orders for tho revised Old Testament already exceed those secured before publication for the revised version of tho New Testament. Picoi'i.K who study economy have learned that tho time to buy is when times are hard. When monoy is tight the merchant is led to mark his goods at the smallest margin possible In dull times also it is the duty of those who have been blessed with wealth to industry by purchasing liberally of things which thoy must eventually use. They need not, however, look on thq matter in a charitable light, as they will also seivo hellish interests by purchasing useful articles at cheap rates. This is one of tho periods of depression which sensible peoplo with means may turn to their decided advantage. There aro many articles of utility in tho mar kot which may bo bought for a less prico than will prevail again for many yoars. Values aro bound to appreciato soon. Tho merchant, too, who imnginos that this is not a good time to advortiso is adly mistaken. In hard times peoplo look about before thoy make purchases. And thoy will patronise men who, through popular newspapers, toll of the bargains thoy have to oflor. Tho merchant who believe that it is a waste of monoy to advortiso vrhon timos aro hard makes a groat mistake. DESERTED "THE BABY. A Woman's Tnlo ofWroncnnil Ilor Strange l)lftnipeuraiico. Nkwduiio, N. Y., April 13. -A young woman with an infant child, supposed to be from Philadelphia, stopped at a hotel horo. Tho woman said that sho was married in Jackson, Mich., fifteen months ago; that last month her husband dosortod her and the child, and that sho camo to this city to find a relative, but was unsuccessful Being left destitute, sho applioJ to tho almshouse commissioners for aid, sho disappeared leaving tho child behind hor. Attached to tho child's dress was a slip of paper containing theso words: "I am.going to commit suicide. Lit my husband take enro of tho baby whon ho comes. Lifo Is hard for mo. " Neither tho woman nor hor husband has boon heard from since. Tho child Ls In tho Nowburg almshouse. It Ls surmised by some that tho woman camo hero merely to get rid of tho child, and that sho has not committed suicido. Tho affair is Involved in mystery. ENTIRELY FICTITIOUS. Tlio Truo Story of Mr. Tim Collin' Coal Mini). Skdai.ia, Mo., April 13. Mr. Tim Collin", of Moberly, Mo., who was in tho city, states that the sensational htory of a hurkd city being discovered under his coal shaft is a sheer fabrication designed to do lutn groat injury. No such discovery, or anything like it, ho says, has been made. Tho names of partios as given aro fictitious. lie has not himself been in Moberly this week. His shaft is not !JO0 loot, but only 2(m feet d K'p, nnd terminates in n coal vein, which is being successfully worked. Ho has not, and nover has had, any business connection with Uritton A. Hill, or any other St. Louis party, and no Sedulia parties are assisting him financially. Ho oxects to home, and says ho is going east in a fow days to securo funds for enlarging ills mining facilities, and claims his mine ls the best over opened in tho htute. Alter Thirty Years. Mukfmxtown, Pa., April 13. John Pick- crsfdll, seventy yoars old, died, nnd, j lug his lust, confessed that lie Mas implicated in tho murder of "Black Jack" Jones, a negro, thirty years ago. "Black Jack" was a peddler uud in April, 1855, his dead body was found on the shore near Mexico Landing. Ho was known to havo left in a boat a fow days before with soveral boatmen and whon they returned thoy claimed that Jonos fell from tho boat and was drowned. This btory was believed until this confession. PIckorsgill said that Jonos was entertaining tho crew with his fiddlo whon ono of tho men hit him on tho head with a boat polo and killed him. Tho body was thrown on the lauding near Moxico and all swore to keep tho murder r.'crot. Three of tho principals, now aged, a ,o still living in the state and Pickersgill gave thoir namos to the authorities. r THE CONDENSE. rretili, Pithy, tiow Item Mollnil Down for the Hurried Header. Georgo n. Mills was hanged for wifo mur dor at Brooklyn. Mrs. Catharine Monier starved herself t death at Canton, O. Herman Tenhol was crushed by a "fall" it a coal initio at Bollovue, O. Tho family of tho lato Gen. Barrios haslefi Guatemala for San Francisco. Levi Bayer, of Bellovue, O., fatally shot Hen,y A. Tilberry in At Worcester., Mass., tho Worcester Cro mation Society was formally organized. It is roported that tho bad weather and cold havo ruined the trait crop in Missouri. Tho import of dry goods at tho Now Yorl port for tho week ended April 10 wore $,8(VJ,- for Tho April crop report of tho secretary oi state of Michigan shows the condition to be above par. Win. Hagonmn committed suicide by hanging himself to a pear tree in the suburb! of Cincinnati. Julias LoKonu, o professor in Columbia college, committed suicido at his homo it Woodsido, L. I. Col. S. C. Mower, ono of tho proprietors oi tho Milnaukco "Sunday Telegraph, committee suicido by shooting. Mrs. Adam Wolfs mothorof tho late Mrs General T. J. Brady, died nt Munele, Ind. of cancer of tho stomach. Edward Lambert, of Chicago, who mur ileivrf his mother-in-law, attempted to kill hii wife, and then shot himself. Shepherd Simmes, a train hand, was killec by an express on tho C, II. and D. railroac at Maplowood, near Cincinnati. A. V. Arnold, a lumber merchant of Pa., discouraged at tho business depression, committed suicido by shooting. Indians at Frog Lake, B. A., killed eighl whites, among thorn Indian Agent J. J Turin. Other forts aro surrounded, and sot tiers aro in great danger Tho police commisbiouors of Cincinnati have passed resolutions to suppress gambling bunko and street-walking, but pussed by more elegaut prostitution. C. I Knowlton, Esq., and E. B. Halstoad, lumber dealer, both of Cincinnati, were an rested nnJ bound over to tho grand jury or tho chargo of embezlomont Roturns to tho department of agriculture indicate a reduction in tho area of wlutei wheat of over 10 jor couU, tho shortage ir all states being 3.0(H), 000 acres. Mrs. Grossman, tho widow of tho lato Dr. John Grossman, a onco well-to-do nud prominent physiciuu, died nt hor homo ut Win-. Chester, Ohio, aged years. Bob Cussldy, of Lexington, Ky., attempted suicido at Millersburg by taking four grain! of morphine. lie wna almost dead, I ml by tho aid of two physicians his lifo wai saved. A sea ct organization is being formed bj prominent citizens of Chicago with a view tc a vigilance committee, if that should lx neccsary, to protect tho ballot box and suppress crime. An cpldtmio of black tonguo fever is rag ing in Overton county, Tenn. Overlthirtj deaths in tho past tow days. Physicians art puzzled and uuablo to manago it, overy cas proving fatal A freight train of soventeen cars weui through a bridge ovor Indian Crook, on th Baltimore and Ohio railroad, eight miles cobi of Conuolls villa, I'a. Conductor and on braketnan killed. Mrs. Vinches and Joseph Fisher, hold a Canton, O,, on th charge of poisoning th former's husband, were released, an examination having revealed no poison in tha do eeaeed's rtomaoli. TUTTS PILLS 25 YEARS IN USE, Tat Greatest Medical Trlnmph of tho Age! SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. I.oia of appetite DowaU costlYe, Pain la the bead, with m dull aenaatlon In the back part. Tain tinder the Fallntaa after eating vrlth exertion of bodr or mind, Irritability orteraper, Low spirits, with a feeling or having neglected some dut jr. Weariness, Dizziness, Fluttering at the Heart. Dote before the eyes, Headache over the right eye, Ilostlossness, with fitful dreams, HlsUly colored Urine, and CONSTIPATION. TTJTT'S FIIiIiB aro especially adaptod to audi cases, ono doso effects such a cuanEOOffcollngastoastonliUtuoBuffcrcr. Thoy Increase the Appetlte.sndcauio tho body to Take on Flesh, thus the system is nourished, nnd by their Vonlo Action on tho Dlsestlve OrKans.Itfjrular Stools aro producpd. I'rlca!i5c Murray Mt..W.Y. TOTT'S EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA llcnovates tho body, makes healthy llesh. strengthens tho weak, repairs tho wastes of tho system with pure blood und hard muscle; tones tho nervous system, Invigorates tho brain, and imparts tho vigor of manhood. $1. Sold by dniBCKists. Ol'I'IOK -It Murray St., Now York, Mother's Friend. This iMViiliiub'u preparation Is trill v a 1 1 1 3 8 uniph nt scientific skill, o unci i o more B i e benutlt wiih evei bestowed a 8. a on the muthe s B of tlio world. g It not only shortens o o the time ol labor and leneiiH tho Intmslly of td o pain, hut, better than O 1 nil, tt Ktciilly (llinlnNlies "g Q t ho danger lo lifn ol not h mother and ciilld. and Raves tlio mother in u g condition highly favorable to speedy recovery, nnd far lev liable to Hooding, convulsions, O Q" and other alarming syinp oiiih Incident to la llngorlngnnd pulnlul labor. t) Its trul etneacy in t ds to-sped S, entiiles the or p Fkikni) to be ranked as one or tho life-saving appliances given to p 2, the world by the disco modern clence. p. g From the nature of fed o tho case, 1 1 will ol courie be understood t at we cannot puillsh cett flea tes concerning this remedy v. Ithout wounding o o the dollcucy o( tho writer. Yet wo havo ro p, hundreds of such testimonials on file, and no 8 t? mother who has once j used It will ever aga'n p bo without It in her time a of tioublc. 0? 1 o s o fed W W O w o K o H O g o o 1 Q fed W A prominent phyHlrhui lately remarked to tho propiletor that, If It weie ndmlssubln to mulco public the wo receive, too Mother's Friend would outsell uiiythlug on tho market. I most oai nestly eutre it overy f male to he coiulntd louse Motner'sKileud. Couphd with this entreaty I will add that Uurln?H I01114 otistetr cal practice (forty-four yo.us) I have nowtr known it to tali to produce a sufo anil quick delivery. II. J. HOLMES, M. 1)., Atlanta, On. Send for Treatise on "Heilth and of Wiiinmi," mulled IIRAUKIKLiU ItEUUL.VTOK CO., dmdw Atluuta.Uii. Metal Poison. I am a coppersmith by tradn, nnd during a series of yeuiw my arms (being bare when at worn) have absoibed a wnnderlul amount of metal poison. Having a scinfulous tendency liom my jouth, tho small panicles of copper nnd bruss would got Into thosores, and by process tho poison wis conveyed Into my blood till my wiiolosystem became In'ected. I was treated with lliu old remedies of mercury and Iodide potassium. Hallvatlon fallowed, my teeth ureull louse lu my heud. my digestive organs deiauged,and I havo bsen heiplHii In bed tor over a year with moicurlul ilituiniitlsm. My Joints were allswollon, uud I lost tho use of my anus and legs and became lielplenH us an lnfuut. My sullerlngs became so Intense that It was Impossible for mo to rest. Tho doctors mo to go to the city hospital for treatment, 'llils J could not bear. A friend, who has proved a friend indeed, urged me to try Hwltt's Hpeclilc, bolleYlng it would cure me. Others uiscouiuged me, bat I seemed a few bottles and have now taken two dozen bottles, Thoflist eflect ol tho medicine was to bring the p lsou to the surface and I broke out nil over In ruiinl g sojes. They soon and my sit In cleared off. My knees, which nnd become I. vice their natural size, lmvo r'Hiinml their usual size and aro supple as of yore. My arms uud hands ure ull right again and can use thorn without pain. The entire dlsenso has left all parts of the body save two ulcera on my wrists, which ure rapidly. I am weak liom long confinement, but I have the use of all my limbs. This medlclno ls brluglug nioout of tho greatest trlnl of my life and I cannot find words to express my appreciation of Its virtues and the gratitude I feel that I over heard of It. 1'ktku E. Lovk, January 0, lt&j. Augusta, Un. Malarial Poison. The drouth In Southwest Georgia Inst snrlnu dried un the wells, and wo woro pnllrdto mo water from tho creek on the rne lesuu was mai an were roublod wlih clillU anil fever. I carried with me several bottles of Hwlfl's Horclflu. und as long as I took It, I had perfect health. As 'nn as! ce taking It, I, like the rest was ami led with chilis. Wlmn I resumsd Its Uxe, I was allrlght again. We havo used It In our family as an antidote for ufalarla poison for two or three yeais, and nave never known it to fall lu u singlo Instance. V. U. Kujilow. HumtorCo., Sept. 11, 18SI. Troatlseon llloodaud Hkln Diseases mallod freo. Tjik HwirTSriccirio Co., Diawer 3, All inta, Ua. ;K NAI.K. A farm three miles from Maysvlllo and two from Wiisnlnutoii. two hnudred acres, h iv- lug on It two tobacco barns, thrco tenant houses, with good iilablos and cribs, three springs. Forty uoies of wheat upon lonucco grounu uuieu uy w;iuer, wiilcn Will bo planted In corn, but If sold Immediately would bo given. For further Information apply to m3ld2w U F. TAYLOU. THE 7AUI.TON KU, GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full lino of all kinds of vehloiea on hand foraale, hlro or exchange. Horses kept by day, week or month. Largest and best appointed Livery Htablo In tho west. Prices as luwusuuy, ueatuiienuon lOveuiciesRlorca, Telephone oonneotton. No. 40 and i west Second OU, a17dly MAYBVILLK, KY. FRANK B. -Has received his LADIES' B-The UAND8OME8T and CHEAPEST ever shown in Maysville, F. DIETERICH fc SONS, In VSi flsM CARRIA laElSrm SFRirJCJ WAGONS, ETC. Only carriage manufacturers in who sell only thclrown work, which Is first-class In all particulars. Vehicles at LOWEIt lMtlCES than any othor houso in the Slate, when quality of work Is considered. All Work Warranted ! IU3PAIRINU Promptly nnd Satisfactory done. A largo line of (Carriages, Uugglcs, Uarouches, Ac, now on hand. I Meclinulcs, and un 11 oillhcfore piirchiisliiK' clscwliprc. F- OS mail -n EliNt Second tit, Iaiiiitis let fej Boods. Wo are pleased to announce that our Hprlng nnd Hummer styles for 1883 aro now open for the Inspection of tho public. Our uew stock consists of a large and vnned assortment of the NEWEST nnd DEBT lu Seasonable Goods, embracing all the Latest Novelties in Forelgu nnd Domestlo DRESS Wo claim for our stock Oencnl Excellence In Quality nnd Style, Immense Variety and a scalo of prices which will be found EYTKEMELY LOW. Our stock-of HOSIERY Is complete lu overy detail, Irom the cheapest Cotton to the Uncst Silk Hose, and at prices that defy competition, lu Carpets, Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Ac. we can not be equaled, nnd aro confident we can save you flvo or ten cents on every yard you purchase 01 us. Another thlmt, do not tail to see our elegant dlsidny of UUHTAIN NETS and LACE CURTAINS. Elegant stylos I Very large stock! Our New Bprlng.Ooods are most desli able and our pilces always right. Our WHITE UOOUS and LACES are well worth coming to see. D. HUNT & SON, Sooond - bid nyL" - (Successors to UNDERTAKER ! Anddeulor In HurrIcs, l'luetons, Nurreyn. Prlvliifr WngonM, Oljra and Vehicles of all kinds. 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