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Mpmiyijwip.M re m i itq r wyy;
DtmiNfl a firo in somo barns at East
Chnzy, Clinton county, N. Y., a futhcr nml
son named Gushing wore burned to death.
The Massachusetts Legislature- has
passed a bill increasing tho salaries of
members from $500 to $760.
In the suit of tho State of Maine against
tho Portlond, Snco & Portsmouth Rnihvay
Company for State taxes, a judgment has
boon rendered against the company for
The President has appointed tho following
Go'vornmont Directors of tlio Union
I'acifio Railroad Company : Isaac 11. Bromley,
of Connecticut; Georgo G. Haven, of
New York; Watson Parrtsb, of Nebraska;
Colgate lloyt, of Now York, nml Arthur L.
Conner, of Ohio.
1'ecR Entertains Ills "llnd Iioyn.
Milwaukee, Wis., June 11. Geo. Peck,
the humorous writer, entertained over foil'
hundred nowaboys at tho Soldiers' Iionu
grounds yesterday. Tho Chicago delegation
numbered ovor thrco hundred. Diiiue'
was served and speeches made, in which
representatives of tho boys wished his pa
per well. A parade of about twenty busses
followed by supper at Sohilltz's Park, con-'eluded
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Cincinnati, Juno 11. Apples scarce,
choice to fancy at $-1 004 50 per brl,
fair to common at $2 508 50. Beans,
marrows sell at $2 75, common mixed at
$2 60(y3 00, good to choice medium at
$8 2o(i(,t5 50. Butter dull; medium grades,
quiot; creamery is quiet at 26(ij28q lair to
good 29U0c; prime and choice dairy, J2c;
choico northwestern, 35!l7c; choice West-cm
Reserve, 1213c;good to prime Central
Ohio, ll14c; common firm ul 1112c.
Cheeso firm: 0,9c for northwestern; lOo;
12c for choico Ohio; New York, 14J15o.
Coffco dull: inferior, 8Jc; common to fancy,
81c; Java, 20'27c; Rio, good, 81(jMllc;
primp, 11012c, Driod fruits firm at 7
7 jo for apples, now; and peaches, new, 0
G.Jc. Hay quiet and receipts small; choice
No.- 1 old in aatho demand on
arrlral $12 Q013'v0; No. 2 at S10 C0
11 00; prairio at $8 009 60; mixed,
S7 00; straw at $0 008 00 per- ton.
Eggs quiet at lGlOJo. Oranges firm;
Jamaica, $0 00a9 00 per barrel;
in cases, $6 00a7 50. Onions
are dull at $22 50 per brl. Lomons are
dull at $2 504 00 a box. Molasses
firm; common to fair New
Orleans,", 3540c; good to jvrime, . 47(a)
63cf ' choico, 6(io. Sirups, 5057c;
maple sirup, 7578c per gallon.
Sorghum, primo to choice, 26(a3tic
per gallon. Potatoes active; early roso at
J0c a bushel; russots, 85c a. bushel; snow-flake,
85c a bushel; sweet, $2 50(3 00
per brl. Poultry quiet: chickens firm at
$23,50; turkeys firm at 780. Geese
quiet at $45. Ducks dull at $3 00(
3 60. Sugar quiet: raw, 8(7?)8Jc; cut-loaf.
lOJc; granulated 'JJc; powdered,
lljc; A sugars, 8A(i'Jc; extra C,
7VSic; yellow rchned, 7c. Mill-.
feell: supply large, market quiet,
bran, $13 00; shipstuil's, $!4(fJlo;
firm at $15 UOiJO 00. Oils firm,
petioleum, 110 deg. test, 8($0o; 130 deg.
8(fj)8c, and 150 deg. headlight, 13;.3l!t.,c
lard oil firm at 02(,!t le; tuipcntinc, 60
65o for tho best grade; linseed oil, 64( otic.
Seeds: Gorman millet, 75(,85c; clover, 14e
per pound for old; new, I40ildc from stoic
timothy, $1 75(jl 90 from store; lieu
47(,9Gc. Tallow: country, 7to8go; city
8c. Coal: Pittsburg fum ntlOc. afloat;
delivered, lie per bush, or $3 00 per ton;
Kanawha. 10c per bushel dolivoted.
Cincinnati, Juno 11. Wheat Market
firm for good No. 2 red at !?1 10 per ilti..
track lots being preferred, and elevntoi
lots not taken freely. Choice longborry
' firm at $1 171 10, as to quality. Sole"
in the open market of 600 bu. red sample,
spot, track, at $1 14; 1,000 Jni. No. 2 red,
spot, track, at $1 10, and 600 bu. red sample
at lauding nt 85c.
Oats Were firmly held, traok lots being
preferred, at 421c, with sales early. No. 2
white quoted at 464l5c", and one car ol
fancy white sold at 4lo. Sales made pub-Ho
as follows: 800 bu. No. 2 wh'ite, spot,
track, at 453c; 800 bu. No. 2 mixed, spot,
track, at 42$c; 800 bu. No. 2 mixed, spot,
track, at 42c; 800 bu. No. 2 white, spot,
track, at 45c; 800 bu. No. 2 mixed, spot,
traok, at 421c.
Rye Was unsettled, closing with sales
, of ear lots of No. 2 at 02o on track and in
elevator. In tho open market 500 bu sold
at 63 Jc, and to-day ,1,500 bu No. 2, spot,
traok, at 02o.
Barley Dull and weak at C070o for
merchantable lots, according to sample.
Deliveries inostly on corUraot.
Corn Market firm for spot No. 2 mixed
at 65o asked; selling at 5464c, as to
samplo, Choioe ear sold at 50c for consumption,
and nrimo samples at 4840o.
Sales ou the floor of 2,500 bu No. 2 mixed,
August, 03Jc; 600 bu mixed ear, spot,
track, 51c; 1,000 bu No. 3 mixed, spot,
track, at 51 o, and 500 bu whito car, spot,
traok, at 54c.
Z Chicaoo, Juno 11. Hogs The estimated
receipts for tho past 48 hours wore 15,500
bead, against 11,778 head, the rocoipts of
Saturday, with shipments, Saturday of
2,216 head, and the market to-day was
easier, with fair to good light at$6 40a
0 85; mixed packing, $6 45a0 85; choice
heavy, $0 80a7 10.
Cattle The receipts to-day wero 5,700
head, against 900 head, the rocoipts of Saturday,
with shipments Saturday of 8,000
head, with tho markot brisk, and the
jmall supply sold early at lOo higher; exporters,
!j6 80a G; good to choico shipping,
5 40a6 76; common to fair, $5a5 40.
Sheep Receipts, 100 head; shipments,
300 head; market quiot and stoady; fair,
2 75; good $4; choice, $4 60.
Flour Market dull and easy, buyers
holding oil and sellers slow to make lower
rates. Quotations as follows : AVintor patent,
$fl0 76; fancy, $6 400 25; family
H 005 15; extra, S4 25475; superfine,
3 604; low grade, $2 753 25; spring
patent, $0 757 40; bakers', $50. Rye
flour quiet at $3 40d. Bales 00 barrels
family at S5 10; 125 brig family at $4 95;
100 brli loir grade at $3; 100 brls superfine
at 3 flO; 25 brh, winter patent at
1 lfr, p brl Ahmt at. S5 TO; 100 brls
Mtpl ai $8 89; 1QQ brls faallr. at $5 '00;
M brii fatally 4S Ofij 10 brli extra at
EGNEW & ALLEN,
' . Manufacturers and Dealers In
STOVES, ORATES, MANTELS, COPPER,
TINWARE, HOLLOW. WOOD and STONEWARE.
West Corner of Market anl Third Streets, IHo!svtlles Ky.
OMAHA, l , Bird Canes,
SLATE and IRON
GRATES and MANTELS
of all Kinds.
NOTICE BRIDGE BUILDERS.
PROPOSALS will bo received from thi
(Into till tlio 15th ot Juno for building n
titldgo on tlio Ditto Run nml Anderson's Ferry
Turnpike Rond over Luwienee creek lout
miles below MnysvlIIe, Ky., nt which tlmo It
will be given to tho lowest nml best bidder.
Each proponl must bo accompanied with k
plnn of the bridge. The company loerves the
right to reject all bids If not sntlsfnctmy. I
wjll show tho situation to nny onodeslrlnc it.
ISAAO PEOGS, Prenldent.
IRIpley Deo cony until the 15th and send bill
P'V P '&,r - ' eo
OTTAII Gooilsnnd Worlc M'ARRA?iTKI.
Number i3, Second street, three doors below
Mniket street, MnysvlIIe, Ky. npUOdly
A Specin for all Dlsonso's of the
KIDNEYS. g LIVER.
BLADDER. E URINARY
Pills, 36 Doses, $1.00
3. T. LEE, Lebanon Pike, Cincinnati. O.
Bent by mall postpaid on receipt of price.
14,508 Boxes sold in a year by OWE
Act Directly on tlic Liver.
Curv.s Chills and Fevkh, Dvsi'Ei'sit,
Sick Hbaoaciib, Uiliouh Colic,
TIOK, ItllGUUATIIttt, PlLES.PALl'lTATION
OT THK 1IKAP.T, DlZZlNEaS. TOHPID LIVKR,
Coated Tos'ouk. Slkkplehmnesh. and all
DI8KA8K OK TUB LlVKIt AND STOMACH. If
you do not "feel very well." a stnglo pill at
stlniulatet the stomach, restores
tho appetite, Imparts ylgor tq the system.
R.F.SELLERS.&CO,, Pittsburgh, Pa,
MOODY'S! JKf S
BoardiDf School ISlSSf
DBAPIKG, and all the FINISHING PAltTS of
Position Guaranteed if Desired.
UtIdj oat of the cltj
BOARDED FKEB 81 Wut Ninth St.
whlla learning. I CINCINNATI, OHIO.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and .Diseases
of the Kidneys.
been used with most gratifying success
HAS In mnny obstinate enses. Prof, F.
W.Clark, professor of Chemistry at the University
ot Cincinnati says this water "belongs
to the same class with that of tho Alleghany
Hprlucs, ot Virginia," tho medicinal virtues
of which nro too well known to be stated here.
Those who deMro to try this famous water
nro referred to Captain C. W Boyd, Levant) n
Ohio; Captain C. M, Hollowny. Cincinnati,
Ohio; J. J. Rnlpe, Cincinnati, Ohio. For sale
in half ban els and jugs by
GUS. SIMMONS, Proprietor,
m23dtwtf Aberdeen, Ohio.
beauty of finish and durability It has no
cqual,Themost eminent pianists prououncoit
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
L. F. METZGER.
M ANAdER, Branch office, MnysvlIIe, Ky
. :A1bo, Tho Matohloss:
A fall supplyof planosondorgansconstant
ly on hand. Correspondents promptly
Payments easy. Bep20d&wly.
IXG of nil KimR
A largo proportion of tho diseases which causo
human suilerlng result from deraugemeut Of tho
stomach, bowels, anil liver. Avr.u's Cathaiitio
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especially designed to euro tho diseases caused
by their derangement, Including Constipation,
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which they aro a safe, sure, prompt, and pleasant
remedy. Tlio extensive uso of theso Pills by
eminent physicians In regular practice, shows
unmistakably tho estimation In which they aro
hold by tho medical profession.
These Pills aro compounded of vegetable substances
only, and aro absolutely f rco from calomel
or any other Injurious Ingredient.
A Sufferer from Headache writes :
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my constant companion. 1 have boon a sevcro
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to tne to speak In their praise, and I always do so
when occasion olfers.
V. h. PAon.of VT. Ti. Tago & Bro."
Franklin St., Richmond, Va., Juno 3, 1862.
"1 have used Avuu's Pills In numberless In.
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Mexla, Texas, Jurto 17, 1882.
The Hev. Fhaxcis B. HAnr.owr, writing from
Atlanta, Ga says: " For somo years past I have
been subject to constipation, from which, in
spite of the use of medicines of various kinds,
I s iitfe red Increasing Inconvenience, until somo
mouths ago I began taking Avint's Pills. They,
have entirely corrected tho costive habit, und
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Ayeu's Oathautic Pills correct irregularities
of tho bowels, stimulate, tho nppetlto and
digestion, and by their prompt and thorough
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Dr. J. O. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
YOUNG, All experience the wonderful beneficial
Children with Sore Eyes, Sore Ears,
nuLu, or any scrofulous . or syphilitic taint.
may be made healthy and strong by Its uso.
Sold by all Druggists ; $1, six bottles for 95,
J. G. Fecor & Co.
IMIXTS.OII.S, VAItXISII. mill KEAY
FRANK R. PHISTER
Has lust received BOO copies of
A Treatise on the Horse
Ami HIS DISEASES,
By Dr. B. J. JK END ALL.
Tho best work for the money published.
Address ninll outers to
FKANK R. PHISTER,
myOd&wtf Mnysvllle, Ky.
Before INSURING YOUR LIFE
Savings Fund Plan
ife Assurance Society,
Instend of lnvestlnu In stochs, bonds or oth
or securities or depositing lu Savings Ranks,
EXAMINE THIS. PLAN
of insurance, vhlch uotronly yields a return
as an Investment, but gives lmmcdlnto Indemnity
in caso of death.
JOS. F. BHODB.ZCK,
SecondlStrcot, MAYSVILLE, KY.
FOH THIRTY DAYS
Wo shnll offer the greatest IIAIIOaINS ever Icndeicd to n people, in
CHAMPION REAPERS and MOWERS,
FARM WAGONS. COHN
CirOAIil. ANI SEi:. BE CONVINCEI nml hAVE MONEY.-SU
MYALL, RILEY & PORTER
T Numbers. MAYSVILLE, 7, SECOND and
Does 'not claim to undersell every other merchant in the 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. Notice these
prices and then call and
LOOK AT THE GOODS.
4 Ball Croquet, Set in
6 Ball Croquet, Set in
8 Ball Croquet, Set in
AND MUCH FINER.
Good Cotton 300 Pound Hammock - - $1 OO
Good Cotton 500 Pound Hammock - - SI 25
Mexican Grass 1,000 lip. Hammock - - S2"50
SENT FOR. FMCES.
FRA1TH: R. PHISTER,
thes best plage
STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, TINWARE, ETC,
Blatterman & Power's.
Lnte&t nml most Improved styles of Cooking nnd Hentlim Btoves, mode nt "Wliccllnp, W
Vn,. ofliot blast clinrcoul iron, warranted not to lmvea single ounceotfccinpiu them. Tueso
stoves, of course, wear tlio longest.
1IOVNK FUKNISI1 JKG GOODS of nil It In ds nnd tho Best quality.
MONITOR Oil. COOKING STOVKN Tho only absolutely fcnfe oil stovo in the world.
LITTLE JOKKR WAHIIING Clitnp nnd Effective. Best made.
O.UKKN OF THK WEM WATKK UllAWKK, which naves hnlf of tho lnbor of
water from n well or cistern. m
IMKliT lillKAKFANT COOKING STOVE, which Is ndmlttcd by nil who hnvonsedlt
to.linvo no superior. Call and tee it. Call nnd see ur whether you wibh to buy or not.
npHSHy BLATTERMAN & POWER,.
iiuu oi cuuus;
18 SUTTON STREETS, r
Box $1 OO
Box $1 50
I NEW GOODS.
BIERBOWER & CO.,
(Successors to A.'J. EGNEW & CO,,) G. W. Tudor's old stand, No.'89 Mnrkot street, Mnysvillo,
Kentucky, nnnounce to tho public that having mircluited tho lnteiest ot A. J. Eguew & Co.,
will conduct tho Stovo nnd 1 in business nt tho old hTAMof G. W.Tudor onfilnihetbtreet,
Mnysvillo, Ky. Tho new Arm is composed of practical men of long experience nnd
workmen. The.best brands of
will bo constnntly kept on hand nt tho LOWEST TRICES. Boofluu nnd other like work
dono In tho best maimer nnd uunrnuteed to glvosatisfnctlon. Attentive nnd polite salesmen
nt our store will give closest nttention to the wnnts of our customers.
WAU debts owing by tho late (lira of A. J. Eguew & Co., will bo pnld by us nnd all clnlms
due snld Aim are payable to us by the terms of tho purchase Yours Respectfully,
BIERBOWER cSc CO.
TA TUC DIIDI 1 I oordlnlly recommend the nbovonnraed firm, nnd
I XJ1 I lICi bo pleased to have my old customers nud
friends favor them with thefr patronage. Respect fully, (mcb80d&wim) G.W. TUDOR.