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tl CONDENSED NEWS.
Revhs nro uncommonly numerous thi
1 season in the upper portion of Maino.
The latest discovery is coal-tar sugar.
Its ndvnutiigo is said to lio in its superior
Mn. W. W. Wood, of Oxford, N. C. lias
a roso bush in his front yard, pyramid
shape, which has 2,055 rosebuds upon it.
Tun artesian well system Is proving a
success in Florida. The wells bring copious
supplies of excellent water in nearly
The Commissioner of Indian Affairs ha
finally decided to shut down on tho tobacco
which our red brethren in tho various
agencies have hitherto been enjoying.
The steamer City of Peking has landed
000 cases of opium in San Francisco, the
largest cargo over brought to this country.
, The duties amounted toS238,000.
Nemiaska has ono woman minister, one
woman lawyer, six women county superin
tendents, and ten women physicians, Minn
women arc ongaged in oditorial work.
' The glucose works at Iowa City, Iowa,
have passed into tho control of tho Biifl'nlo
N. V., Company, whicli now owns most oi
the largest glucoso sinks in tho country.
Messrs. Minkman & Co., publishers, o
Arnhcin, in Holland, have begun print in,,
their publications in blue ink on a light
green paper. This method, they state,
gives great relief to tho oyo of tho rca ler.
Amo.vo tho curiosities that will bo seen
Rt tho New Mexico is th
cross which Corouado planted in t ho 'Ah,
pueblo when he took possession of that village
in the name of tho King, 312 years
The richest man of color in America is
probably Mr. Aristido Mario, of New
Orleans. Ho was n, largo slave owner before
tho war, and his income from tho rents
of his property in New Orleans is not less
than $50,000 a ycuV. Besides this ho has
a largo personal estate, consisting of first
class securities. Mr. Mario is a man of
finoaccomplishmcnts; a graduate of one of
tho best institutions of France, and lives
abroad about half of each year.
Crncs T. Lane, of Candin, N. II., lately
told a stranger who asked for lodgings that
. it would not be convenient to receivo him,
but when the applicant remarked that ho
was Lane's youngest brother, and that tho
last time thoy met was years
ago, quito a scene occurred, and a thanksgiving
was at once inaugurated that continued
far into the night.
A St. Louis burglar made a clean sweep
of all tho valuable presents given to tho
scions of a couple of upper-ten
housos. After all tho pawnbrokers in the
city had refused to advance him anything
on the lot ho sat down and wrote tho bridegroom
a very insulting letter, charging him
with fraud in palming off a lot of pot-metal
wnro on an inuocent burglar. He
wound up by saying the glittering junk
could be found under a certain wood-pile
on a certain lot, and hoping that he would
have better luck at his silver and golden
Lemon C'rcnm Plo Gets In ItN Ocotlly
Chicago, Juno families, numbering
twelve persons, partook of a lemon
cream pie. purchased at a bakery and
restaurant on Milwaukee avenue. All of
them are now very sick, with symptoms oi
poisoning. It is stated thnt sixty-five
other persons ate of the same pie at tho
restaurant during tho day, but as all wer
transient customers it is not known
whothor or not they wcro affected the same
DccatuR, Ai.a Juno t. A cyclono on
Sunday parsed through a portion of Barbour
county. A number of houses wet o
blown down, and the crops badly damaged.
One riegro was killed uu'd several people
Dallas, Texas, Juno 4.-.-A cyclone
struck Greenville, Hunt county, Saturday
right, demolishing the Methodist Church
completely; destroying three fine residences
and unroofiing und otherwise injuring
forty or fifty others. Many persons
are reported injured, but only one death,
tht of C. Mall, a colored child. The
damage is reported at from 50,000 to
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
' Cincinnati. Juno 4. Flour nates sustained
nnd murit lulrly active at the intrp. Knlcs
quoted us follow at the close: Winter patent,
J6 w6 7ft; fancy, 3f Mtl ite; family, t& oti
6 aoj ejctr.t. 84 OU&4 7fi; superfine, $. 40?4:i 75;
low grmlc, Vi C'.0:i 25; spring patent, 8U 7ft($7 SO;
takers', 85 O0(j0 00. Hyo Hour quiet at $J 40Q
Hnrley ff dull, extra No. 3 fall txlng held as
hlch a 75o. otleringn of Hpnng :tud
fall samples were quoted at G3(ji7.lc.
Wheat Was held for rates, No. 2 led selling at
II 15 for regular, and longberry nt 1 lfel 19.
Corn The market was weak und slow for er,
owing to tho libtinl otlering. mioiutlons varying
from 4851c. for prime to choice. Shelled corn
was more firinley held, primo No. 2 mixed at 55a
aeked, but No. A mixed wus easy, selling at the
close nt 5-o in elevator.
Oats Market barelv steady at 4343)i for No.
2 mixed, and 4747tys for No. it white. A few
choice sainplei of white were hold at 48c.
Kye Was nominal at GigciJo Jor No. 2, as
to locution. SjIos in elovator at CJc.
Cinclnnnti, June 4. Cattle Common to
fair shippers, 1 75(Jj5 25; good to choice, 5 45
6 16; food to choico butchers, S5G; fair to medium,
$3 75j$4 75; common, S2 25(jj3 60; good to
choice cows, 51 755 25; good to choico heifer,
?56 75; common to fair oxen, ?32t; good
to choice, $4 60Q6 60; Mockers. id feeders,
M95, and some extra at 85 25, 111S some light
yearlings and calvo nt M4.
Veal Calves Tho supply has continued liberal,
Bndtlio demand has not been o strong, tho market
ruling rather milotnt lower prices, with common
largo nt 8100 60; fair to good light at S7,
und some extra nt $3 218 60.
Hogs Select butchorsT and lionvy shlppors',
877 25; fair to good packing, 80 70J17; lair to
good light, 80 C7 ou; common, 85 90Q0 CO:
cull, 81 765 85; stock hogs, 5'5trj.O so.
Sheep Common to fair nt 83 6oQ4 25 good
to choice, 84 60(35 25, and some extra at 81 60;
stock wether, "S3 60l 25; stock owes 53 25
3 76; culls, 82 753 60.
Lambs Common to fair at 85 60Q0 25; good to
choice, SO M7 25, and something extra nt
87 SO; culls, 84 25&5 25.
Chlciwo, Juno 4. Cattle Market brisk and
ttrong; export, 86fl 30; good to choico shipping,
85 70 0; common to fair, 85 J06 60.
Hog The market was easier, with fair
to (rood light nt 88 60ao DO, mixed packers 80 60
0 80, choico heavy 80 90QT 25.
Sheep Markt quiet anuweak, with inferior to
fair at 83(J 4 25, good at U 40, and choico to xtra
thorn at 95 60Q6 00.
EGNEW & ALLEN,
k sHjSgcSS ex2 t.
West Corner of Market and
SLATE and IRON
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of all Kinds.
Stato & Monroe Sts.. Chicago -sym
WllWtnilrreMM toiinv fan their
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Market street, Mnyvllle, Ky. npUWdly
MOODY' SI ForTenchlnsr all
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liTiog out of tho cltj
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while learning. CINCINNATI. OHIO.
or power.pnrlty of tone.brllllnncy of touch
benuty of flnMi 11ml durability It linn no
equnl.Tbe most eminent pianists pronounce!!
WE BEST IN THE WORLD.
L. F. METZGER.
MANAGER, Branch office, Mnybvllle, Kj
:Also, Tho Matchless:
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on Correpoudeutb promptly
Payments easy. upVhdAwly.
Dedicated tf ell-water.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of tho Kidneys.
been used with most gratifying success
HAS In many obstinate enses. Prof. F.
"W. Clark, protestor of Chemistry at the University
oiClnclunutl says this water "belongs
to the same clnss with Hint of the Alleghnny
Bprlncs, ol Vlrgluin," the medicinal virtue
or which nro too well Itiiown to bo stated hero.
Those who desire to try this famous water
are referred to Cnptalu C. W. Royd, Levnnnn
Ohio; Captain C. M. Holloway, Cincinnati,
Oblo; J. J. Ralpe, Cincinnati, Ohio. For sale
In half barrels nndJUKS by
UUS. uiiii aiuish, proprietor,
m23d&wtf Aberdeen, Ohio.
Before INSURING YOUR LIFE
Savings Fund Plan
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Instend of Investing in stocks, bonds or otlw
or securities or depositing In Savings Hanks,
EXAMINE THIS PLAN
of Insurance, wlilcli not only yields a return
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In enso of death.
JTOS. F. BUODHIOK,
Sccond.Streot, MAYSVILLE, KY.
and Dealers In-
WOOD and STONEWARE.
Third Streets, jHayavllle, Jy
SU ot all Ulud".
A Specia To? nil UlsnuBos of tho
KIDNEYS. ? LIVER.
BLADDER. E URINARY Organs.
Pills, 3G Dosos, 51.00
J. T. LEE, Lebanon Pike. Cincinnati, O.
Eent by mall posted on receipt of iri' e.
J. C. Fecor & Co.
PAINTS, U1I.S, VAKNINII. und KEAI1Y
No other complaints nro so insidious in their at
tack nsthoso affecting the throat and lungs : nono
fo trilled with by tho majority of sufferers. Tho
ordinary cough or cold, resulting perhaps from a
trilling or unconscious exposure, is often but tho
beginning of a fatal sickness. Ayeii's Chekky
I'ECTonAL has well proven Its efficacy in a forty
years' light with throat and lung diseases, and
should bo taken in nil cases without delay.
A Terrible Cough Cured.
"In 1857 1 took a severe cold, which nffectedmy
lungs. 1 had a terrible cough, and passed night
after night without sleep. Tho doctors gavo 1110
Up. I tried AYKlt'S ClIEltllY 1'ECTOItAL, which
relieved my lungs, Induced sleep, and afforded mo
the rest necessary for the recovery of my strength,
Uy the continued use of tbu Pectoral a permanent
cure was effected. I nm now fi'J years old,
hale and hearty, and am satisfied your Ciieuuy
rECTOKAt. saved 1110. Horace FAlitmtOTUEK."
Kockingham, Vt., July 151882.
Croup. A Mother's Tribute.
"While In tho country last winter my llttlo
boy, three years old, was taken 111 with croup; It
seemed as if ho would die from strangulation.
One of tho family suggested tho uso of Ayeii's
Ciiukky Pectoual, a bottle of which was always
kept in tho house. This was tried in small
and f reuueut doses, nnd to our delight in less than
half nn hour tho little patient was breathing easily.
The doctor said that the CiiEintr 1'ectokal
had saved my darling's life. Can jou wonder at
our gratitude V Sincerely yours,
Juts. Emma Gedjjey."
1C9 West 128th St., New York, May 10, 1882.
" I have used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral In my
family for several years, and do not hesitate to
pronounce it the most effectual remedy for coughs
and cold9 we havo ever tried. A. J. CitAME. '
Lake Crystal, Minn., March 13, 1882.
" I sulfored for eight years from Bronchitis, and
after trying many remedies with no success, I was
cured by the use of Ayer's Cherry I'ectorai.
Byhalla, Miss., April 6, 1882.
"I cannot say enough in praise of Ayer's
CnERRY Pectoral, believing as I do that but
for its uso I should long sluco have died from
lung troubles. K. Braodon."
Palestine, Texas, April 22, 1882.
No case of an affection of tho throat or lungs
exists which cannot be greatly relieved by the uso
of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and It will ahrayt
cure when tho disease is not already beyond tho
control of medicine.
Dr. J. C. Ayer &. Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
Application for Incorporation.
"VTOTICE is hereby given thnt application
1 has been innue to the Mason County
Court for the Incorporation ol the Mnysvlllo
Klectno Light Company, In pursunnco of
chapter 50, oi the Geneiul .Statutes ot Kentucky
nnd by thnt name to hnve perpetual
succession, nnd power to sue nnd be sued, Ac.
The amount of capital stock to bo iJ2,0UU,eneh
slinre of which Is to be ot the value of 550,
Thepilnclpnl plnce of business ot the wild
corporation Is to ho the city ot Mnysvllle.
The object of the said Company Is to furnish
lllit, generated by electiicity to individuals
nnd within thoclty ol Mnysvllle,
and mljiicenl thereto, und to tho snld city for
public purposes by contract with the same,
and nNo lor the purpose ot supplying motive
power, ceiicriited by steam ot electricity,
within tho suld terrltoiy. Tho private property
of the Individual stockholders In the
said Company is to be exempt from all liability
lor tho debtftot the said Com puny.- The
business of said Company Is to be managed
by a bouid of seven dlrectois, to be elected by
tho stockholders annunlly, nnd the first
board of directors to be elected when the sum
of not less than $10,000 shall have been subscribed
to the enpltal stock of said Company.
Tho board of directors from their own number
shall elect a President. Vlco President,
Secretary and Trensuier.nnu may elect other
officers as may bo necessary. Tho company
may issue its ootids lor nn nmount not exceeding
the maximum Indebtedness which
shall bo fixed nt 80,000, with Interest coupons
thereto attached bearing Interest ntnrate not
to exceed six per ceut. per annum, which Interest
shall become duo and pnynble
nnd to secure said bonds und Interest
tne company may execute n mortgogo
upon Us property of every kind. Tho said
corporation nuiy commenco on tho 7tu day
of May, 1883, nnd coutlnue perpetually. Tho
following named persons are the cornorntors ;
W. II. Wndsworth. Ohas. B. Penrco, W. II.
McQrnnnghun.H.O. Harkley A. It. Glascock,
O. Bhultz Leach, D. Hechlnger, O. V. Sulser.
Maysvlllo, Ky., May 6, 1883, in8d&wlm
FOR THIRTY DAYS
We shall offer the greatest ItAHOAlXS ever tendoied to n people, iu
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CHAMPION REAPERS and MOWERS,
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AMI SKK, UK CONVINCED mid SAVE
MYALL, RILEY & PORTER,
Numbers. 7, SECOND and 18 SUTTON STREETS,
Docs not claim to undersell every other merchant in tho city,
but he does claim to give entire
To those who favor him with a call. Take his stock
Through, and Through
And you can do as well as at any other place. jSTotice these
prices and then call and
LOOK AT THEi GOODS.
4 Ball Croquet, Set in
6 Ball Croquet, Set in
8 Ball Croquet, Set in
AND lYXTXCH FINER.
Good Cotton 300 Pound Hammock - - $1 OO
Good Cotton 500 Pound Hammock - - SI 25
Mexican Grass 1,000 lb. Hammock - - $250
SEND FOR. FMCES.
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STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, TINWARE, ETC,
Blatterman & Power's.
Latest nnd most Improved styles ol Coolilnpr nnd Heating Stoves, innde nt "Wlieellnp. "V
Vn,. of hot blast charcoal Iron, warranted not to haven single ounce of hcrap In them. Thes.0
stoves, of course, wenr the longest.
IIOVNK FUItMNIl IIVO uooi)S of nil kinds nnd the Best quality.
MONITOIt Oil. COOKING STOVEN The only absolutely sate oil stove In the world.
I.ITTI.E JOKKIt WASHING Cheap nnd Effective. Best made.
UUEUX OF THE WEST WATEK DltAWEll, which saves half of the labor of drawing
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i:Rl.Y MKEAKFAST COOKING STOVE, which Is admitted by nil who hnve used It
10 nave no superior, v;nu uuu tee u. u
BIERBOWER & CO.,
wllli con duet
Mnysvlll e. Ky.
A. 'J. EGNEW & CO,,) G. V. Tudor's old stand. No.'SO Mnrltet street. Jlnv&vllle.
nnnouuee to tho public thnt hnvlug puichnK'd the lnteiest oi A. J. Eeubw a (?o '
the Stove and lln business nt the old stand of G. V. Tudor mi MniitPt i.twnf
The new firm Is composed of practical men of lone exnerieiipenmi fun.
. The best brnuds of
will be constantly ltopt on hnndnttho LOWEST PRICES. Roofing nnd other llko work
dono In the best manner nnd guaranteed to give satisfaction. Attentive nnd polite salesmen
at our store will give closest nttentlon to the wnnts of our customers.
debts owing by tho Inte firm of A. J. Egnew & Co., will be paid by us nnd all claims
due said Arm are payable to us by the terms of the purchase. Yours Respectfully,
BIERBOWER Sc CO.
"T,TUIII? DIIRI 1
I J I n.Ci "'HJ'DfcBlw
friends favor them with their palxonnge.
line 01 goucis:
Box $1 00
Box $1 25
Box $1 50
uuu see us wneinur you wish 10 ouy or not.
BLATTERMAN & POWER.
I NEW GOODS.
I cordially recommend thonbovonnmed Arm, nnd
would bo pleased to have my old customers nnd
Respectfully, (mchBOd&wOin) G, W. TUDOR,