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Taths,' Juno 20.-A lnrgo fire In Lyons
yesterday destroyed many buildings and
shops near the railway terminus. A great
many railway carriages and quantities of
stock were burned.
The Senate, yesterday ratified the aotion
of the Chambor of Deputies in voting for
the convent ion regulating the disposition
of claims for indemnities between French
and American citizens.
The trial of Louise Michel, the Communist,
for exciting the bread riot, has been
fixed for Thursday, Juno 31.
Paris, June 20. A further dispatch from
Admiral Pierre, commanding tho French
fleet at Madagascar, says thnt the French
troops have taken possession of the Custom
House and nil roads leading to tho capital.
Tho Admiral says ho has decided not to
proceed further, but to await the submission
of the Malngassy Government. This the
Admiral believes to bo imminent.
Graft, Iloiniett A Co., ot I'itKbitrir.
AnU nil I'.vIcihIoii.
PiTTsnrno, Pa., June '20. It is authoritatively
nunouncod that Graft Bennett & Co.,
iron manufacturers of this city, have called
their creditors to meet tot.Iny and will ask
for an extension. They will oficr to pay
one-third of their liabilities in installments
of threo, six andnino months, and
the balance in threo years, with ample
security. It is considered reasonably certain
that the extension will bo granted.
Their liabilities are $l,6'o0,000, the assets
about $2,000,000, exclusive of tho real
estate, which is worth over 51,000,000, and
is believed to bo unincumbered.
General Clinrlc Evflns'n Pentli.
Washington, June 20. Gonernl Charles
Ewing died of pneumonia at 1:45 this morning,
at his residenco in this city
General Ewing was a brother of General
Thomas Ewing, and served through the
war on General Sherman's stalT. He was
attacked with pneumonia on Friday last,
and began to sink rapidly yesterday afternoon;
He was unconscious at tho time of
his death. 'Mrs. General Shcrmau and General
Thomas Ewing wero among thoso present
at the last moment
Chicago, Juno 20. Geo. Stewart & Co.,
one of the ltirgost provision firms in the
city, failed to bridge over the late crisis in
lard, and suspended' this mora in g. Liabilities
not known at present, but will b(
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Cincinnati, Juno 20. Apples scarce;
choico to fancy at S3 60-i 00 per brl;
fair to common at $2 G0(W,3 GO. Beans:
marrows sell at $2 00, common mixed nt
$2 o03 00, good to choico medium at
S3 00(a,3 GO. Butter dull; medium grades
quiot; creamery is quiot at 22()28c; fair to
good 18(iTi20c; prime and choico dairy, 23c;
choice northwestern, 35(;89c; choico Western
Reserve l(,l'2c; good to prime Central
Ohio, llfn13c; common firm at 12(12Ao.
Cheese' firm: 9(ri,'Jlc for northwestern; 10,a,
lie for choice Ohio; Now York, 14( lljc.
Cotree dull: inferior, 8c; common to fancy,
8$c; Java, 20(d.!7c; Rio, good, 8Af10c;
prima, lltrAl'Jc. Dried fruits firm nt 7 K(n 8c
for apples', new; and pouches, new, illi1
7c. Hay quiet and receipt small; choice
No. 1 ti'vothy, old in active demand on
arrival S12 0O13 00; No. 2 at $10 OOflr
10 GO; prairie at S3 OOfoU 00; mixed,
$7 00; straw at $0 00(7 60 per ton.
Eggs dull at 1-Uc. Oranges dull;
Jamaica, 5-6 00a8 GO per barrel;
in cases, 0 0Un8 00. Onions
are dull ut $2(j?2 GO per brl. Lemons aro
dull at $2 G0(?T;3 00 a box. Molasses
firm; common to fair New
Orleans, 8G38c; good to prime, 49
52c; choice, G257o. Sirups, G057c;
maple sirup, 75fi78c per gallon.
Sorghum, priino to choice, 25,30c
per gallon. Potatoes dull; early roso at
U0o a bushel; russets, 7oo a bushel; snow-flake,
7Go a bushel; sweet, $2 60rt,3 00
per brL Poultry quiot: chickens firm at
$2 76(2)300; turkeys firm at 7J(a8o. Geese
quiet at $44 GO. Duoks dull at 53 007j)
Sugar quiet- raw, 8c; cut-loaf,
granulated OJc; powdered,
A sugars, 8(i)8Jq extra C,
yellow refined, 7c. Mill-
supply largo, market quiet,
bran, $13 00; shipstulfs, 1414 GO;
firm at 16 00(Sil7 00. Oils firm;
petroleum, 110 deg. test, 8J9c; 130 dog.
883c; and 160 dog. headlight, 1313Jc;
lard oil firm at 92(n)94c; turpentine, 60
G4c for tho bostgrado; linseed oil, 64G(lc.
Seeds: German mlllot, 7595c; clover, 14o
per pound forold;hew, 14j16c from store;
timothy, SI 761 90 from store; flax
47'J6o. Tallow: country, 78c; city
8Jc. Coak Pittsburg firm at 10c. afloat;
delivered, llopor bush. oV S3 00 por ton;
Kanawha, lOo per bushel delivered.
Baltimore, June 20. Flour quiet and
without change Wheat Western lower and
active; No. 2 winter red, spot, SI 17,
asked; July, SI 181 18j; August,
SI 19J1 20 J; September, SI 213(3)1 22;
October, $1 23gl 24. Corn: Western
lower and in better demand; mixed, spot,
01J013c; June, C2c; July, 62J02Jc;
August, o3JG3Sc; September, 65Jc, asked.
OaU slow but not quotably lower; Western
white, 4648c; mixed, 43J45o. Ryo
dull at C6c. Hay unchanged and dull.
Provisions unchanged and quiot Butter
steady: Western, packed 8lCc; creamery,
1821c. Eggs firm at 1819e. Tctroloura
unchanged. Coffeo' quiet Rio cargoes,
ordinary to fair, 819Jo. Sugar steady;
A soft, 8Jo. Whisky quiet at SI 10J
117. .. ...
, " ' ' Ntoclc Market.
East LinuRTr. Psnn.. Juno
Market activo and prices abado higher.,
Hogs: Market very dulJ; Phlladolphias,
58 650 76; Yorkers, S0;406 65. Sheop:
Market fair and prices a shado higher.
, Chicago, Juno 20. Jlyo, 67Jo. .JZi,
Flaxseed $1 82. mmrm, -7" , .
Receipta Flour, 18,024 brlij ' ryo, 18,000
bu$ barley, 823 tra. '
' Shiptaeate Floun 6,405 brlsj rye, 26562
, Driy, WJ$.
4 Sir '& A"
EGNEW & ALLEN,
Mnuufncturera and Dealers In
STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, COPPER,
TINWARE, HOLLOW. WOOD and STONEWARE.
West Corner of Market nnd Third Streets, Majsvtlle, Ky.
OMAHA, Bird Catjes,
SLATE and IRON
GRATES and MANTELS
of all Kinds.
m.n.! Drum &Ialor. RtfTu Add
ll.ti, Sundry Jwna uimu, iwpwinK
for Amt.ur DidJi. .ad a CnUvci.
of Cbolco li"id Muilc
HIWUIlllIlj IlillUIIVS.i UUUIU"
late lintr. tfdruyrlit Iman't
x buttle; 4, cxjtcii paid, )3.
Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sta.
Lewis VANnKN, Proprietor.
the iiiAOi:xo gi;t cjii:ai
18 AT 0
A, R. GLASCOCK & CO
Is tho best plnco to getbargnlnHlu
CZ. W. GEISEL,
So. 9,W. Second Kt.,Oii.Oiprit Hohn
FrultHnndVesotnblesln season. Yourpntron
u'ie respeetfully sollclti'd.
Stato& Monroo Sts., Chicago.
Will itnd nrtinl 1 to iny mliVnt tlidr
BAMO GATALOUUE. '
for loss, vW rw, i Engrnvlnnl
or Initrumrnu, bihu, vji jhiu,
JJnmber 43, Second ureet. three doors below
AInrketHtreet, Mnysvllle, Ky. npllDdly
A Spoobic i'or all Diueueoa of the
KIDNEYS. g LIVER.
Pills, 36 Doses, Sl.OO
J. T. LEE, Lebanon Pike, Cincinnati, O.
Bent by mall postpaid on receipt of price.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of the Kidneys.
been used with most Rrntlfylng
HAS in mnny obstinnto cases. Prof, P.
W.Clnrk, professor of Chemistry at tho University
of Cincinnati snys this water "belongH
to tho snmo class with that of tho Alleghnny
Bprlncs, ot VlrKluIn," tho medicinal virtues
of which are too well ktiown to bo stated here.
Thoso who deslro to try this famous water
nre referred to Captain C. AV. Uoyd, liovannn
Ohio; Cnptnln C. M. Holloway, Cincinnati,
Ohio; ,T. i. Ralpo, Cincinnati, Ohio. For salo
In half barrels nnd juks by
For powor.purlty of tono.brllllancy of touch
beauty of finish nud durability It has no
cqual,Thomost eminent pluulstspronouncoit
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
L. F. METZGER,
MANAGER, Brauch office, Maysvllle.'Ky
:Also, The Matohless:
A full supply of
on band, Correspondents promptly
red. Payments easy. bep20d&wly.
;fv. Wooden and
O; ran Ho Iron
of nil kind".
Rev. Father Wilds'
Tho llcv. 7.. V. AVlhls, well-known city
missionary In 2uw York, nnd brother of tho
Jato ciiilncnt Jurtffo AVlhU, of tho
Supremo Court, writes ns follows :
" 78 E. Mlh St.. Xew York. May 1C, 18S2.
Messrs. T. C. Avi:k & Co., Gentlcineii :
Last wlntor 1 was troubled with a most
itolilnjj humor airootlng moro especially
my limbs, which Itched so Intolerably at night,
and burned so In tensely, that 1 could scarcely bear
any clothing over them. 1 was also a sutTcrer
from a sovero catarrh and catarrhal cough ; my
appetite was poor, and my system a good deal run
down. Knowing tho value of Ayeii's
by observation of many other cases, ami
from personal uso Informer years, I began taking
It for the above-named disorders. My appotlto
Improved almost froin.tlio iirst dose. After a
short tlmo tlio fovurand Itching wero allayed, and
all slgnsof Irritation of tho skin disappeared. My
catarrh and cough woro also cured by tho samo
means, and my general health greatly Improved,
until it Is now excellent. 1 feel a hundred per
cent stronger, and 1 attributo theso results to tho
uso of tho SAUSAi'Aiui.iiA, which I recommend
with all coutldeuco as the best blood medlchio
ever devised. 1 took it In smnll doses threo
times a day, and used, In all, less than two bottles.
I place theso facts at your service, hoping their
publication may do good.
Yours respectfully, Z. P. Wilds."
The abovo Instanco Is but ono of tho many constantly
coming to our notlco, which prove tho perfect
adaptability of Avrn'Q Saksaparilla to
tho euro of all dlsoases arising from Impure or Impoverished
blood, and a weakened vitality.
cleanses, enriches, and strengthens tho blood,
stimulates tho action of tho stomach and bowels,
and thereby enables tho system to resist nnd overcome
tho attackB of all Scrofulous Diseases, Eruptions
of the Skin, Rheumatism, Catarrh, General
frebllltu, and all disorders resulting from poor or
corrupted blood nud a low ctato of tho system.
Dr. J. C. Ayer &. Co., Lowoll, Mass.
Sold by nil Druggists; price ?1, six bottles for 3.
'-Best Purgative Medicine
euro Constipation, Indigestion, Headacho, and
all Bilious Disorders.
Sold everywhere. Alwnys reliable.
J. C. Pecor & Co.
PAINTS, OILS, VAHNINM. and KEAHT
Build in - Paper,
FRANK R. PHISTER
Has lust received OOO copies of
A Treatise on the Horse
Ami HIS DISEASES,
By Dr. B. J. KENDALL.
Tho best work for tho money published.
Address mall or dors to
Fit A NIC R. PHISTER.
myDd&wtf Mnysvllle, Ky.
Before INSURING YOUR LIFE
Savings Fund Plan
iFE Assurance $ooiifYi
Instead of Investing In stocks, bonds or oth
er securities or depositing iu Buvings Ranks,
EXAMINE THIS PLAN
of Insurnnce, which notfonly yields n return
ns an investment, but gives Immediate indemnity
lu caso of death.
JOS. F. BUODniCK,
Second Street, MAYSVILLE, KY.
BBf SPECIAL NOTICE.-i,
FOR THIRTY DAYS
Wo shall offer the greatest BARGaIXN ever tondorcd to n people, In
ilia iwiiuwiiig iiuu ui guuus;
CHAMPION REAPERS and MOWERS,
FAK2W WAGONS. COirN I
AND SKK, 111! CONVINCED mid NAVE MONEY.TCU
MYALL, RILEY & PORTER
4 Ball Croquet, Set in Box
Numbers. 7, SECOND and 18 SUTTON STREETS,
6 Ball Croquet, Set m Box
8 Ball Croquet, Set in Box
AND W1TJGH FINER.
Good Cotton 300 Pound Hammock - -Good
Cotton 500 Pound Hammock - -Mexican
Grass 1,000 lb. Hammock - -
And All OUT-DOOR GAMES,
SEND FOR FMCES.
Docs 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.
FRANK R. PHISTER,
THE BEST PLACES
STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, WARE, ETC,
Blatterman & Power's.
Latest nnd most Improved styles of CookiiiR nnd Heating Stoves, mode nt "Wheeling, "W
Vn,. of hot blast charcoal iron, warranted not to havoa Aluglo ouncoot scinplu them. Theso
btoves. of courso, wear tho longest. '
IIOVNK EUItNlNiriNG 4MI)N or all kinds nnd the Best quality.
l'EEKEESS IOE C'llKAM I'ltEEJEK It haSno complications beyond tho capnclty of
n child. Tho can seta sauaroly auywhere. Tho dasher is
J,1TTI,E JOKEIt 'WAN1IIN Cheap and Elective. Best made.
iVEEN Of THE WEST WATEK UKAWEM, which saves half of tho labor of drawing
wntor from a well or cistern.
EA.KIiY JlKEAKFASTCOOKINn STOVE, which in ndmHtcd byall who linvoused It
to lmvo no superior. Call and see It. Call nnd seo us whether you wish to buy or not.
npiwdiy BLATTERMAN & POWER.
NEW GOODS, f
BIERBOWER & CO.,
(Successors to A.'J. EGNEW & CO,,) G. W. Tudor's old stand, No.'SO Market street, MaysviUo,
Kontuoky, auuouuco to tho puhllo that having purchased tho interest ot A. J. Egnew & Co.,
will conduct the Hiovo nud Tin business nt tho old ktanh of G. W, Tudor on Market street,
Maysvlllo, Ky. Tlio now firm is composed of practical men of long experience nml
workmeu. Tho.best brands of
will bo constantly kept on hand at tho LOWEST TRICES. Rooflug nnd other like work
dono lu tho best manner nnd guaranteed to glvo satisfaction. Attentive and pollto salesmen
at our store will glvo closest attention to tho wanta of our customers.
debts owing by tho late Arm or A. J. Egnew & Co., will bo paid by us and nil claims
duo said mm aro pnyablo to us by tho terms of tho purchase. Yours Respectfully,
TATUC DIIDI l 1 cordially recommend thonbovonnmed Arm, nnd
I J I nCrUDUl W would bo pleased to havo my old customers and
friends favor them with, their pan onnge. Respectfully, (mch80d&wCin) G, W. TUDOR.