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LADIESWHITB OXFORDS, LARGIJ STOCK, , AND , IN GREAT VARIETY, VERY . CHEAP, AT BARKLEY'S.
I t I ; A- ... i K li' 4 ' I'c . " '. ft Jf KEHTUCKY CROPS. The Weekly Report of Uncle Sam's Weather Service Present Prospects. Tho weather conditions of the past vrook have been on tho wholo not unfa vorable to agricultural interests. Tho tomporaturo was nearly normal for tho greater pdrti'on of tho wook, but the ex cessive heat of Sunday and Monday, tho 23rd and 24th, raised tho average for tho week considerably above tho normal. A mamxium of 09 was reported from Har rodsburg. Oloudy and partly cloudy weather pre vailed during tho first part of tho week, but tho latter part was cloudless, making a slightly excessive average of sunshine. Tho effects of tho high temperature and glaring Bunshino have been rather in jurious to vegetation. Tho rainfall has been generally defi cient and badly distributed, being con fined to small localities, whilo no partic ular section of tho State seems to havo been favored moro than others. Scatter ing showers over tho Stato on tho 19th, 20th and 21st j some damage was dono by heavy rain in a fow localities on theso dates, but as general thing only light showers were experienced, many points reporting rain limited to small sections of a county. Theso conditions render the tono of tho reports very diversified, whilo there aro a great many complaints of drouth and hot sunshine, there are also many very encouraging reports, and tho damage from drouth is scarcely anywhere irrem ediable, providing there is a good rain at an early date. Tho favorable weather for wheat thresh ing has advanced that work nearly to its completion. The harvest of oats and hay has Doen completed with oxcollont re sults. ' It is not any easy matter to estimate an average condition of tho corn crop : reports vary so much as to the effects of local drouths, but from tho excellent op portunities to thoroughly cultivate this crop tho great benefit derived from tho local showers during tho past week, and from tho tono of tho reports in regard to tho rapid resuscitation of this crop in tho event of an early rain, we may infer that it is not in a hopeless condition any where, while many reports inclino to a very favorable condition. Nearly tho same conditions exist in re gard to tobacco as to corn, though if any thing, in sections where tho drouth has been felt tho most, tho injury to tobacco has been greater. There are a good many complaints of its wilting and yellowing. An early rain is much needed for this crop. Pastures are probably suffering more than anything else on occount of the drouth, as they require a long continued and soaking ran to bo of any great ben efit. The effects of short thunder show ers do not very materially aid them. Potatoes and gardens aro also suffering in many sections. Considerable damago has already been dono them. Unfavorable reports of tho quantity and quality of fruits are still being mauo. 1 1 A LOS ANGELES BAHK. PnoFEssou Stonk has gorio to Ripley. i Geo. W. Sdlskr, law, nro insurance. ToSkado policies W. R. Warder, agt. ' Born, to tho wife of Mr. Pearco B. Mills, a son. Call on Duloy & Baldwin, 205 Court street, for first-class insurance Tub iron for tho city's now bridgo over Limestone Creek has arrived. Tiik 0. and O. is engaged in tho work of retrenchment all along tho lino. i Tint M. P. Wells has resumed her trips in tho Augusta and Maysvillo trade. D. M. Runyon. insurance office, Court street, over Mitchell, Finch & Co.'sBank. The abutments for tho city bridgo over Limestone Creek were completed yostor day. James W. Nesbitt has beon appointed Eostmastcr at Powersville, Bracken ounty. Carey Beasley, living near Ripley, threshed nearly 400 bushels of wheat off of ten acres. Viola Green, colored, the oldest woman in Clark County, died July 25. She was 103 years old. The many friends of Sister Francis Gonzaga will regret to learn that there is no improvement in her condition. i The American Tin Plato Factory at Elwood, Ind., has resumed work, after a shut down of three weeks. It employs 300 men. Go on tho summer outing with tho Juvenile Drum Corps Thursday evening, July 27. Three hours ride on the river for 10 cents. The city of Lexington has filed suit against tho Bolt Railway Company for nearly $12,000 for paving between its tracks with brick. Robert Breckinridge, of Lexington, a son of Congressman Breckinridge, who assaulted Low Brown with a knife, was arrested and sent to jail. i Du. Wroten, of Louisa, who was ar rested for infanticide, was bound over to tho Lawrence Circuit Court in the sum of $2,000, which ho gave. The funeral of Park Green, of the Sixth ward, occurred yesterday afternoon. Ho died tho day before at the homo of his sister, Mrs. John Day. It Had to Suspend, But it Soon Re sumed Confidence Fully Restored. Tho following from Los Angeles, Cal., is solf-explanatory: Los Angeles, Cal., July 15, 1803. Dear Sir: Owing to the unfortunate run which was precipitated on us ou tho 19th and 20th of June, durlug which we paid out about 30 per cent of our deposits, wo were forced to close on tho 21st of that month. ... IJetween that date and this wo havo been col lecting our rosources, and now open under tho directlou of tho Comptroller of tho Currency, having on hand nnd with reserve agents some 75 per cent of deposits that can be called for at present. . Wo nro proud to say that wo have collected this money without borrowing from any of our cor respondents, and almost entirely from our own resources. We have also increased our capital stock from S-WOOO to 8-100,000, tho Increase havln? been paid in, but not having been certified yet by tho Comptroller for lack of time. As an evidence of confidence In us wo would say that our new stockholders subscribed for nearly twlco aa much stock as wo were willing to sell, and that wo have tho assuraneo of our local customers that they fully expect to do business with us as heretofore. . , , .. We trust that with this lowing tho confldenco of our customers abroad will not be shaken In our good standing and that they will send us their business as heretofore, wo guaranteeing to them tho same. attention and care that they havo al ways received during tho past seventeen years. Yours truly, J. M. Elliott, President. i Mr. Wm, Spromdero has accepted a Eositlon as Express Messenger on tho . and O. betweon Cincinnati and Hun tington. Jouett Menifee, son of Richard H. Menifee, Kentucky's great orator, who was Baid to havo been a man of moro promise oven than Clay, who lately died at Louisville, a wealthy and honored merchant, rnarriod a Miss Speede, of that city, a noico of Mrs Sprigg Chambers, lato of this county, ii Professor J. B. Bentlev, of Harrods burg, is on a visit to the family of Colonel Charles A. Marshall. Tho name of tho educational institution which ho is at tho head of at that place for girls and young ladies is Groenvillo Springs College. Tho Professor thinks his prospects for a good school aro very encouraging. Several days ago, Mrs. John King, of Carlisle, tho wife of a well-known tinner, and quite a handsome woman, loft tho city, as her husband thought, for a short visit at Blue Lick Springs. It has leaked out that his brothor, William King, a prosperous carpentor, builder and con tractor, left his wife and children and joined Mrs. John King. They have cono to parts unknown. Before ho loft ho ordered his tool chest shipped to Mays villo, saying that ho had loaned Bomo tools to a follow-carponter in this city. John and his wifo had not been living tranr linnnllv tntrflthflr for fifimO timO. fllUl l.nt. rllaannnortmnn la linrdlv Rfl much a surpriso as that of William, who had largo contracts and is a hardworking fellow, A special Bays sbrao jealousy has always existed between the brothers luse of John getting Buohtla -fine-looking; wife, when he himself is not at all handsome. The wheat growers of the Pacific slope are making such a rush to export tho grain that tho question of procuring snips enougn is becoming a serious one. Rev. H. A. M. Henderson, of Cincin nati, one of Kentucky's distinguished orators, will beatDeeringcamp meeting, which opens August 10, for tho first five days. The Enquirer savs Wm. Norris, of Ripley, and Jimmy Irwin, alias Ly tie, aro wanted at Willow Wood. Lawrenco County, O. There is a reward of $300 for the two. The Misfit Clothing Parlor on Market street is being remodeled and enlarged. It will bo re-opened for business next Saturday. Call and see. It will be to your interest. Captain Sweeney, U. S. A., San Diego Cal., says: "Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy is tho first medicine I havo ever found that would do mo any good." Price 50c. Sold by J. James Wood. The daughter of Justus H. Rathbone, IUUUUU1 ui tuu ijiumn uiuuiiimn v.iwi(,u of an appointment desk in the office of tho Fourth Assistant Postmaster-General. She receives a salary of $1,400 a year. Trtr- ofnnmnr TTnrwlv "Kn. 2 snnlr in tho Kanawha, near Charleston, in eight feet of wator Tuesday. Sho formerly ran be tween Maysville, Vanceburg and Ports mouth, juuorts wm do maao 10 raise her. Insured for $7,000. Tun PrnhlVilHnniHtH of Tit-own .County havo nominated the following ticket: For Treasurer, Samuel Kyler ; Clerk, G. G. Manning; Probate Judge, W. H. Han ruth ; CnmmisHionor. Keith Mvera : In- firmry Director, James TriHler. " i Don't fail to avail yourself of tho bar- Sains in sterling silver spoons, beautiful esigns, $5 and $0. These goods aro re duced from $7 and $8; guaranteed tho best articles over offored for tho money, at P. J. Murphy's, tho jeweler, successor to Hopper & Murphy. DR. RUTH. Death of a Former Citizen of Mays ville at His Home in St. Paul. Dr. E. W. Ruth died at St. Paul, Minn., Julv 22. A brief telegram from one of his sons to Rev. Father Glorioux. is all tho in formation so far received concerning tho death. It crave no particulars, simply Baying, "Father died this morning at B:30." Deceased snent Several Vears of his life in tills city, practicing his profession, that of dental surgery. Ho was greatly attached to Maysvillo, and it was with re gret that ho loft hero and wont West. Of lato years he was engaged in tho life in surance business. , , , , During his residonco in Maysvillo ho was a.mombor pf tho. City Cpuncil for several terms. - Deceased was about fifty years of ago, and leaves several children, His wifo diecla year of so ago.i , SURPRISED THEIR FRIEHDS, Mr. and Mrs. Ferley Perin Intended Keeping Their Marriage a Se cret, but It's Out. Brief mention was made yesterday of tho marriage of Porloy H. Porin and Miss Anna Beatrioo Charlton, of Cincin nati. Tho wedding occurred Tuesday evening at Dover, 'Squiro Earnshaw offi ciating. Tho Cincinnati Post says tho news of tho wedding was a surpriso to tho friends of tho couplo. , " Miss Charlton is a decidedly pretty girl, with a wealth of blondo hair nnd largo, black eyes. For two years sho has been employed as stenographer in tho office of Attorneys Davis &Woodmanseo, Johngon Building. "A dozon suitors thought they had won tho pretty girl, but all the time her heart was given to Perloy Perin, a practical machinist. Mr. Perin thought ho would not attempt to support a wifo on his wages as a machinist, and so embarked in the coal business in tho East End. " His venture has been a successful one, and in the short timo he has been in business ho has made money. Miss Charlton lived with her aunt at 130 Dumont street, Columbia, and was quite a belle in East End social circles. On account of her ago and girlish appearance her relatives objected to her marriage at this time. " Soveral days ago Miss Charlton went to Dover, ostensibly to spend her vacation with f riends. Instead she was met at the depot by Perin, who was stopping at tho residence of Mr. Earnshaw. Mr. Earnshsw helped tho lovers along by getting their licence. "Itwas their intention to keep the affair quiet, as Miss Charlton intended to retain her position as stenographcnuntil her new homo is ready for occupancv. "Mr. and Mrs. Perin will return to tho city Thursday to brave tho storm of out witted relatives." PERSONAL. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Forman havo re turned from the World's Fair. Mr. and Mrs. W. LaRue Thomas left his morning for tho World's Fair. Miss Milia Olsson, of Lexington, is tho guest of Mrs. John Day of January street. Miss Lucy Wadsworth is a guest of the Misses Owens, at " Crab' Orchard Farm." Miss Retta Squire? returned home last night after several days' visit in Cincin nati. Mrs. Mercer is in Mavsville, Ky vis iting with her sister. Cincinnati Trib une. Miss Mao Kathorino Burgess is the guest of her uncle, Mr. John Cooper, of Covington. Mrs. Amy McCormick and children, of Georgetown, Ky., aro visiting her mother, Mrs. Traxel. Misses Alice and Jessie Lutv, of Phila delphia, aro visiting tho family of Mr. C. P. Dioterich. Mrs. J. W. Hunter, of Blue Licks, is a guest of her parents, 'Squire and Mrs. Grisby, of Sardis. Tho Beo says Mr. George W. Rogers was down looking after his interests at Ripley a low days ago. Mrs. Judge Apperson and daughters, of Mt. Sterling, aro visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Wall. Dr. W. II. Lawwill was at Washington to seo friends yesterday, and loft for his home near Danvillo to-day. Mrs. Martin G. Biorloy and son, of Lexington, aro visiting tho family of Mrs. P. Schwartz, of West Second street. Mr. Sam McDonald and son Nelson, of Cincinnati, wore in town this morning on route homo from a visit at Flemings burg. Mrs. Goorgo H. Owens and children aro snendinc a few davs with Mrs. Thos. Parry, at her delightful placo in tho country. Mrs. L. V. Davis, Miss Mollio Edmonds and Miss Mary Bode aro among the Mays villians who wont to the World's Fair yesterday. Mrs. Jack and children, of Huntington, W. Va., who has boon visiting her Bister, Mrs. David Hunter, of this county, re turned homo to-day. Judge James P. Harbeson and family camo down to Washington yesterday to seo his uncle, Mr. W. M. Paxton, of Platto City, Mo., who is in on a visit. Tho following parties woro guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Proctor, of Shannon, last week : Miss iiizzio moss uoDurn. eearcoy, Whito County, Ark.; Miss Robbio Savage, Moorefleld, Va.; Mr. Bqn Coburn, Wash ington, Ky.; Mrs. Jas. Wood and Mrs. John Wallingford, Forn Leaf. ' Notice to Tax-Payers. Tho taxes for 1893 aro now duo at my offlco at Koith-Schrocdor Harness Co.'s. On,and after tho 1st day of August 5 per cent, penalty will be added. James W. Fitzgerald, Collector and Treasurer. SUMMER GOODS 3VITJST GO! To Make Them Go Quick, ' NOTE THE FOLLOWING PRICES : Fifty pieces Challie at 3c. per yard, worth more than double. Twenty-five pieces forty-inch Irish Lawn, 10c. per yard, were 12c. Forty pieces India Linens, 5c. per yard, worth 10c. One hundred good Satine Umbrellas, with Oxidized and gold handles, 59c. each. Men's Gauze Undershirts, 18c, were 25c. Ladies' Gauze Vests, 5c. each. Ladies' All Silk Mitts, 16c, worth 25c. All other Summer Goods marked down to cost and less. Come soon. THE BEE HIVE, R0SENAU BROS., Proprietors. DR. APPLEMAN, SPECIALISTS ..NEW .METHOD AND TREATMENT IN., Nervous, Chronic, Throat n.i Catarrhal Diseases. Lato from New York City, now permanently located at Louisville, Ky. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1AAA1AAAAAA B CI Bl Pa .Eh a r Kl o I SIS 1 ft O lAlAinlAAAlAAlAinAnAAWn WlIX MAKK HIS NEXT VISIT TO b b MAYSVILLE, AUGUST 17th and 18th, TWO DAYS, returning monthly thereafter parlors at tho CENTRAL HOTEL. From Thursday at 10 a. m. till Friday at 3.30 b. in. DR. APPLEMAN'S NEW SYSTEM. So many thousands aro already acquainted with Dr. Appleman's modo of treatment in this country, it Is ouly necessary to say by this method an equilibrium of tho vital powers is at ouco es tablished, and an equalization of the circulation maintained. Thus nature Is enabled to throw off tho efloto matter. Mcdlclno will act like a charm and health at onco ensue. Dr. Appleman's experience In tho Great Medical Schools and Hospitals of Now York enables him to treat all Chronic and Catharrhal Diseases undcnttandlnKly, aud with never varying success. Ho does not claim to euro everything llko some physicians. Dear this In mind, Call and see for your self. Ho does not practice deception. Dr.Applemau uses nothing but tho latest and most Improved treatment In foreign hospitals nearly all mediclues now. The Greatest of nil Ulftn The Tower of Diagnosing Diseases. Dr. Appleman knows ho is ono of tho Greatest Diagnosticians in the world. Ho has a national rrnntntlnn fnr rilncnnslup tho most comnltcatod discuses. By his keen perception Hiid intuition ho Is euabled to fathom tho most complicated dlseaso and reveal to the sick ouo the truo fountain and camo of their suffering, where other physlclaus havo failed aud were groping in darknebs. ..... , , Dy his correct understanding of each and every case, Dr.Applemau is enabled to cure hundreds of diseases given up by tho most eminent physicians in tho country. CATARRH- Dr. Appleman can absolutely and permanently euro anycoso of Catarrh that ever existed. He nnnestlr believes he can show u greater record of cases of Catarrh cured than all the physicians In Kentucky combined. Over 10.0CO allllcted cured of Nervous, Chronic, Throat and Cntarrhal Diseases in ten years. Dr. Appleman promptly, absolutely uud permanently cures Ithoumatlsm, l'aralysls, Throat aud Catarrhal Diseases, Epilepsy. Seminal Weakness, Neuralgia. Spermatorrhea, Night Losses, Weak Hack, and all diseases of the Mind, l)spepslu, Consumption (in first and second stages), Catarrhal Deafness, Heart Dlseaso, Disease of tho Mood, Fcuialo Diseases, Liver Jand Kidney Complaints, Nervous Exhaustion, General and local Debility, eto. Dr. Appleman guarantees to restore Impaired Vital Energy, to invigorate tho Debilitated Constitution, Stlmulato the Organic Action, promoto the Circulation nnd promptly renew that Vital Energy, tho loss of which Is tho symptom of decay "What is itt" and " How does ho do it?" nro questions asked by hundreds of people Dr. Appleman can refer you to hundreds and hundreds of persons whom ho has treated and cured, it you havo been humbugged or badly treated do not wait for a moro convenient season, but como at once and put his wonderful powers to tho test. You will never regret It. ltemombcr tho date. CONSULTATION PltlVATE and FRKK TO ALL. ,, Dr. Applcranu will treat you honestly, and positively will not throw out any falso hopes or take your caso if ho cannot euro you. If your case Is incurablo ho will frankly and honorably toll you so ; also caution you against spending money for medicines which Impostors usually suggest. Charges shall bo reasonable and within tho reach of all. ' - BIERBOWER & CO., Wholesalo and Rotall Dealors in STOVES. GRATES. MANTELS. TIN WAR BOLBAQEKTSFOR THE CELEBRATED JOHN VAN RANGES. ip