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A Rnmortd Defeat of Colonel Ilgc
by the Creoa.
Hklkxa, Montana, July 6. News hns
been received from tb North that, the
troops under the command of Lieutenant
Colonel Ilges, of Fort Assinibsinc, sont out
on a scout tq drive back the British Crccs,
met the enemy this dido of tho line, Tuesday,
and wero defeated by tho ludlan8,who
greatly outnumbered tho troops. No particulars
of the engagement have been
loarncd, but tho report is that a courier
was sent in all hasto to Fort Assiniboine
for reinforcements. The report of Ilges'
repulse is doubted hore, as he is an officer
who, even with a small command, would
make a determined stand.
Ho In Xot IiOttn'H IIiiHbnnd.
Washington, July 0. Tho statement
having been published that Lotta was
married last Tuesday evening to 0. Edwin
IIuss, the latter furnishes tho following
tard for publication :
Washington, D. C, July C. There is no
foundation for the rumor of the distinguished
actress, Miss Lotta M. Crabtrco,
and myself. 0. Edwin Huns.
Arrival of General Crook.
Washington, July C. Gcnornl Crook,
rccompanied by Captain Bourke of his
staff, arrived Into last ovening. Tho General
will seo Secretary Lincoln this morning,
and lay beforo tho latter full
concerning tho Apacho prisoners, upon
whicli the further action of the Department
I I CI I
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Cincinnati, July 0. Apples scarce;
choice to fancy at 53 25(jM 00 per brlj
fair to common nt $U 003 00. Beans:
marrows soil at $2 00, common mixed at
?2 C08 00, good to choico medium at
52 603 7G. Buttor dull; medium grades
quiet; creamery is quiet at2224c; fair to
good 1822c; prime and choico dairy, 23c;
choico northwestern, 3538c; choice Western
Reserve, 1012c; good to primo Central
Ohio, lie; common firm at lll'2c.
Cheese firm: 99Jo for northwestern; 0J
9c for choice Ohio; New York, 14MJo.
Coffee dull: inforior, 8c; common to fancy,
7Jc; Java, 2028c; lllo, good, 8J9Jc;
prime, ll12c. Driod fruits firm at 8o
for apples, new; and peaohes, now, 7c.
Hay quiet, and receipts small; choico
No. 1 timothy, old in aotivo domand on
'arrival 12 0013 00; No. 2 at S10 00($
11 00; prairie at S8 009 00; mixed,
S7 30; straw at SO 007 00 per ton.
Eggs firm at Orangoa dull;
Jamaica, 0 00a8 60 por barrel;
in enses, SO 00a7 60. Onions
aro dull at $2fi2 60 per brl. Lemons are
dull at 2 D0(a)3 00 a box.
firm; common to lair Now
Orleans, 3580c; good to prime, 49
62c; choico, 62(W)57c. Sirups, 50G5c;
maple sirup, 7578c per gallon.
Sorghum, primo To choice, 26(3)3Co
per gallon. Potatoes dull; early rose at
GOc a bushel; russets, Coo a bushel; snow-flake,
70c a bushel; sweet, $2 60(oj3 60
per brl. Poultry quiet: chickons firm at
2 503 60; turkeys firm at 7(a;8o. Oceso
quiet at S3 75. Bucks dull al S3 00
8 60. Sugar quiet; raw, 8c; cut-loaf,
lOJc; granulated 9c; powdered,
11 c; A sugars, 8 9c; extra C,
7ig.8c; yellow refined, 7c. Mill-feed:
supply large, market quiet,
bran, S13 00; shipstutl's, S14fa15 00;
firm nt Sl OOWl'J 00. Oils firm;
. petroleum, 110 deg. test, 8J(9c; 130 deg.
88Jc, and 150 deg. headlight, 13c;
lard oil firm at 9290c; turpentine, 50
63c for the best grade; linseed oil, 5 l5Gc.
Seeds: Gorman millet, 75( 95c: clover, 16o
per pound for old; new, 14J(15c from store;
timothy, SI 76(ii 1 90 from store; tiax
479oc. Tnllow: country, 7(n;8c; city
8Jc. Conl: Pittsburg firm nt 10c. afloat;
delivered, llo per bush, or S3 00 per ton;
Kanawha. lOo per bushel dulhcred.
Oral n and Flour.
Cincinnati, July 0. Wheat had a moderate
local domand for milling purposes at
51 021 Oo.ras to quality, and it had to
bo good to be taken; otherwise the market
was dull and nominal at SI 021 03 for
regular No. 2 red asko.l. Sales on tho floor
of 500 bu No. 2 red, spot, elevator, at SI 05;
150 bu longbcrry, landing, $1; uOO bu sample,
at landing, 75c.
Corn There is a little more inquiry today,
and some holdets talk better prices,
but they aro ditlicult to obtain ns tho do-.
mand is not nt all heavy. Three cars No.
2 mixed sold at 6ljo; two cars do. at 51 c,
and two cars primo, by sample, at 51c; ono
car rojectod sold at 48c, and two cars do. at
40o. Choice mined ear brought 52p. Futures
are dull and weak; 2,500 bu No. 2
mixed sold at tho call board nt51o August;
July was otVored at 5Uc, and SO1) was bid;
October offered at 53Jc and 50o bid.
llyo Is inactivo and weak; No. 2 is
quotable- at 5455c. Threo cars No. 2 on
track and 2 cars do. in elevntor at 54 Jo,
and ono car do. in elevator at 55c.
' Oats Tho market is dull and fcohlo.
Sample lots of whito sold at 8737.Jc and
light mixed at 35Jc; No. 2 whito wore
quattiblo at 38c; No. 2 mixed at 85o.
Flour Mnrkct slow and oasy for current
brands. Quotations aro as follows :
Winter patont, ?5 90G 50; fancy, So
6 76; family, 4 504 00; extra, S3 50
4 00; superfine, S3 008 50; low grado,
$2 262 85; spring patent, SO 507 25;
bakers , S56 85. llyo flour quiet at
S3 403 85. Bales to-day wero as
brla family at 55, 25 brls saniplo at
52 60, 85 brls superfino at S3, 00 brls extra
at S3 75, 125 brls family at Si 76, 60
brls superfine at S3 10, 60 brls oxtra at
53 40, 125 brls family at $4 85, 100 brls
fancy at S5 40, 125 brls fancy at S5 25,
125 brls spring at 55 25.
Chicago, July 0. Hogs Itecoipts 10,-000
head; shipments none; brisk and
stronger, and Co higher; common to good
mixed, S5 505 85; hoavy packing and
butchers', S5 800 20; light baoon, S5 00
0 20; skips, Sp3 75; closed easier, and
. Cattle Heocipts, 6,500 head; shipments,
none; fairly active, good grados stronger,
' Exports, 5 800; good to choice shipping
steers, $5 60(2)5 70; common to mod-Jura,
$4 7fi5 85.
Sheep uoceipts, 809 head; shipments,
none; weak and slow) lafeiipr to fair. 92 00
, 3 60; good, 4 29; eheiae, 4 50. Lambs,
J l 408 75 per heaA.
CITY AM) fjtfUNTY D1KEGTOH1.
Courts Circuit Court.
' Judge A.E.Cole.
Commonwealth's Attorney T, A. Currnn.
Clerk B. D. Pnrry.
Sheriff Perry Jefferson.
f Dan I'errlue.
Deputies: Chnn Jeflerson.
( J. W. Alexnudcr.
Jailer Dennis Fitzgerald.
Tuesdny niter second Monday in Jnnunry,
April, July nud October in each year.
Judge Wm. P. Coons.
County Attorney J. L. "Whitnkcr.
Clerk-W. W. Ball.
Second Monday c: each month.
Tuesdny ntter second Monday in March,
June, September and December In each year.
Mnysvllle, No. l.-W. H. Pollltt nHd J. L.
Grant, first nnd third Tuesdays lu March,
June, September and December.
Mnysvllle, No. 2. M. F. Mnrsh nud W. L.
Holton, first Saturday nud fourth Tuesday,
Dover, No. 3 A. A. Gibbon and A. F.
DouyiiH, flrst nnd thlid Wednesday, samo
Mlucrvn, No. 4-0. N. Weaver nnd J. H.
Wntson, flrst nud third Tuesdns, snmo
Gormnntown,No.5 S. F. Pollock and Jas.
Feguu, flrst nud thlid SntutduyK, same
Snrrtis, No. G-J. M. Bnll nnd J. W. Tllton,
bccoud nud lourtli Hutnrduys, snmo months.
Mnysllclc, No,7-C. VlIlinmsnnd J. D.
Hnymond, second nud fourth Fridays, sume
Lewlsburg, No. 8 J. M. Alexander nnd
Abner llord, second nnd fourth Thursdays,
Orangeburg, No. 0 V. D. Coryell nnd W.J.
Tnllv, flrst Saturday uud Inst Mondny.sume
Washington, No. 10 John Itynn nnd James
Smlthers, fouith Tuesdny and third Wednesday,
Murphysville, No. 11 Lewis Jefferson nnd
E. L. Guult, fourth Mondny uud thlid Thursday,
Fern Lenf, No. 12-S. 13. Mnstln nnd J. B.
Burgess, second nud fourth Saturdays, snme
Mnysvllle, No. 1-J. P. Wnllnco.
Mnysvllle, No. 2-W. L. Mornu.
Dover, No, 3-W. B. Mc.Mllliui.
Mlnervn, No. 4 Jnmes Runyon.
Gormnntown, No. 5 Isnnc Woodward.
Snrdis, No 0-J. A. Collins.
Mnysllclc, No. 7 Thomns Murphy.
Lewlsburg, No. 8 S. M. Strode.
Ornngeburg, No. 0- Thomns Hlse.
Washington, No. 10 Jnmes Gnult.
Murphysville.No. 11 W. B.Prather.
Forn Leaf No. 12-B, W. Wood.
Society aicctinprs Mnsouic.
Confldeuco Loilge, No. 52, flrst Monday oi
Mason Lodge, No. 312, third Mondny of each
Chapter, No.O.second Monday ol
Mnysvllle Commnudery, No. 10, fourth
Mouuuy ot ench month.
I. 4. O. P.
Plssnh Encampment, No. 0, second nud
fourth Mondays In ench months nt 7 o'clock.
DoKalb Lodge. No. 12, Tuesday night, ench
week, nt 7 o'clock. ,
Ringgold. No. 27, Wednesday night, each
week, at 7 o'clock.
Jiuiulits of Honor.
The flrst nnd third Tuesday of ench mouth.
Lodge room on Sutton street.
Limestone Lodge, No. 36, Friday uluht ol
i. o. w. at.
Wednesday night each week.nl their hnll on
Second nnd fourth Sundays In ench month,
nt their hnll on Limestone street.
Fulucr .Unthew T. A. 8.
First Suudny in each month, nt their hall on
St. Vntrlck'H Benevolent Society.
Second Sunday in each month, at their Hnll
on Limestone btreet.
ClKiir Milkers' Union.
First Tuesday night in each mouth.
I. . G.T.
Mondny night of ench week.
K. C. R. It., nrrlves nt 0;30 n. ra. nnd 8:15 p.
in. Departs nt 5:15 n. m. nnd 12 in.
Bonanza, down Mommy, Wednesday nnd
Fridays nt 6 p. m. Up TuesdayThursday nnd
Saturday nt 8 p. m.
The Board of Council meets tho tlrsl
In each month.
Mayor Horace Janunry.
Presidents L. Ed. Penrce.
First Ward-Fred. Bendel, A. A.
L. Ed, f enrce.
Second G. W. Mnrtiu, Thomns J.
Chenoweth, M.C. Hiitchins.
Tlilrd Peurce.E. W. Fltzgernld
Fourth J. P.Phlster.B. A.
John W. Alexundor.
Fifth Ward Wm. B. Mathews, James Hal).
Treasurer and Collector E. E. Penrce.
Clerk Harry Taylor.
Mnrshal Jnmes Kedmond.
Deputies, j Wl1 DaWson.
Whnrfmnster Robert Flcklln.
Wood nntl Coal luspector Peter Parker.
City Physician Dr. J.T. Strode.
Keeper of Alms House Mrs. S. Mills.
Piles! Piles!! Piles!!!
Old UROWNS PILEd RE Will euro any
case of protruding or ulcerated bleeding Piles
by n fowjnppllcntlonv. A trial will convince
any ono who is suflerlng with this loathsome
dlseaso that what wo sny Is true. For fnlo by
GEORGE 1. WOOD,
JeSOdifcwltn Mnysvllle, Ky.
14,508 Boxes sold in a year by OWE
Druggist of I
Act Directly on the Liver.
CUKKS ClCII.LH AND FttVKH, DYH1E1HI4,
Sick HUAnACJin. Bilious Colio,
TION, ItllKUMATISM, PlLKS, PALPITATION
OPTIIK IIKAHT, rIZZINMS, TOIIl'lD LlVKB,
fniTBllTnunlli;. Rl.KKPLlCrMNKSS. AND AI.I.
DlKKA8E0FTIIB LlVKHANI) 8T0MACN. If
you do not "feel very well." a shiBie pill at
beiMlmo Btlmulatos the stomach, restores
tho appetlto, tiupurts vigor to tho syitem.
R.E. SELLERS & CO,, Pittsburgh, Pa.
SclrTTs , IS
lu uSPii m
r&ry lr cvp ?&,r i n
Goods niuMVorUWAKR ANTED.
Nhmbor 43, Second street, three doors below
Market street, Mnysvllle, Ky. npllUdly
nnd nil scrofulous diseases, Sores, Erysipelas.
Kczcmn, Blotches, Ringworm, Tumors, Carbuncles,
Rolls, nnd Eruptions of the Skin,
nro tho direct result of au impuro stato of tho
To euro theso diseases tho blood must bo purified,
and restored to a healthy and natural condition.
Avon's Sahsapakilla has for over forty
years bccnrecognlzod by eminent medical authorities
ns tho most powerful blood purifier In
existence It frees the system from nil foul humors,
cutlches nnd strongthons tho blood, removes
all traces of morcurlnl treatment, and
a complete master of all scrofulous diseases.
A Recent Cure of Scrofulous Sores.
"Some months ngo I was-troubled with scrofulous
sores (ulcors)on my legs. Tho limbs, wero
badly swollen nud Inflamed, and tho sores discharged
largo quantities of ollciislvo matter.
Evory remedy I tried failed, until I used Ayeii's
Sahsavahilla, of which I have now taken threo
bottles, with tho result that tho sores nro healed,
and my general health greatly Improved. I feel
very grateful for tho good your medlcino has dono
me. Yours respectfully, Mas. Ann O'BniAN."
118 Sullivan St., Now York, Juno 21, 1882.
CTJ7 All persons Interested nro Invited to
rnll on Mrs. O'Rrlnn ; ulno upon the Ruv. Z.
V. Wilds of 78 Enst fi4th Stieet, tw York
City, who will tnko pleasure In testifying" to
tho wonderful elllcney of Ayor'n
not only in the euro of this lady, hut In
his own caso nud many ethers within Ills
Tho well-known writer on the Cotton Herald, B.
W. Ball, of Jlochester, A'..,wrltes, Juno 7, 1882:
" Having RulTcrcd severely for boiiio years with
Eczema, and having failed to Ilnd relief from other
remedies, 1 lmvo made use, during tho prist threo
months, of Aykk's Saiisavaiulla. which hns
effected a complete cure. I consider it a magnificent
remedy lor nil blood diseases."
stimulates nnd regulntes tho action of the
and assimilative organs, renews and
strengthens tho vital forces, nnd speedily cures
Rheumatism, Ncuralgln, Rliounintlc Gout,
Cntnrrh, Gcnernl Debility, nnd all diseases
arising from an impoverished or corrupted condition
of tho blood, and a weakened vitality.
It Is Incomparably tho cheapest blood medlcino,
on nccount of Its concentrated strength, and great
power over disease
( l'llEPAUED BY
Dp. J. C. Ayer &. Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists; prlco SI, six bottles for $5.
bi I Aiolutelyhfinlcnl
IS I IlKlleSHtll latei hair.' If dlurKl't hain't
wm III in an ii,cu recmau.reriumer.
Ill I IllS iflllrm'fr,1MW.4thSt..Cln. no.
B Bawl IBS' Ml j. Lottie; 4, cxpren paid, $3.
THE PEACE TO Ul.T CHEAP
GEORGE O 111, Jr. 's
rachSldly SUTTON BTIthET.
A, I GLASCOCK k CO !
Is the best plncc to get bntt'nius in-
Stato & Monroe Sts..Chlcano. S-
BAND CATALOQUP. I
i for I93J, :W i:t, .lu Kurinm 1 ""tTjR
or IDilrura.nu, mini. Laps ixiu.
I l'ompont. KolHi,
Rl.n.! Drum Minor1. 8tft.. Ail.l
1'IUu. SunJrv llaml Oaltili. litpalrlnz
ipittcnilsa'fOincit'in irtiiruci'on ami w ni"ll.
of dole lUuil ilailv.
A StiooIIxv. fur all Xiisoaaea of the
KIDNEYS. jj LIVER.
BLADDER. I IJRI.VARV Organs.
Plllfl, 36 Dosoa, SI.OO
J. T. LEE, Lebanon Pike. Cincinnntl, 0.
Bent by inell postpiid on receipt of price.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of tho Kidneys.
been nsed with most gratifying success
HAH in many ohstlnnto enses. Prof, F.
W. Clark, professor of Chemistry ut tho University
ol Cincinnati says this water "belongs
to tho samo clnss with thnt of tho Alleghnny
Springs, ot Virginia," the medicinal vlitues
ot which nro too well known tobostntcd here.
Thoso who dosiro to try this fnmous wnter
nro referred to Captain C. V. Uoxd, Lovnunn
Ohio; Captain O. M. Hollowuy. Clnclmintl,
Ohio; .1. J. Hnlpo, Cincinnati, Onlo. For sale
in nan oarro snnujugs oy
'UUS. &IM.MONS, Proprietor,
For power.purlty of tono.brillinncy of touch
benuty of finish nnd duiablllty It hns no
equul.Tho most eminent pianists pionouncolt
THE BEST IN WE WORLD.
L. F. METZGER.
MANAGER, Branch ofllco, Mnysvllle, Ky
:Also, Th6 Matohloss:
A full supply of pianos nnd organs constantly
on band. Correspondents promptly
Pay ineuts easy, bep26d&wly.
1 MMEwiBJBSi BBftr
West Corner of Market and
SLATE and IRON
CRATES and MANTELS
ol all Kinds.
FOR THIRTY DAYS
We shall offer the greatest IIAltGAlXS ever tondctcd to a people, in
CHAMPION REAPERS -and MOWERS,
mid ToitAcco cui;ri.
BSrCAI.l, AXI SKi:, BE CONVINCED and NAVE JlONEY.lTM
MYALL, RILEY & PORTER, .
Numbers. 7, SECOND and
THE BEST PLACE
STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, TINWARE, ETC,
Blatterman & Power's.
Lnlcsl nnd Impioved styles ol Cooklnif nd Henthm Stoves mnde nt AVlieclint "VY
Vn,. of hoi blnstchnrconl lion.wnrrauttd not to huven single ounce them. Theso
htovns. of eoure. w enr the longest.
HOUSE ITIINiNli INC GOODS of nil kinds end the Bpsj qimllty.
PEERLESS ICE CKEA.M hns no complications lieyuud the cupncily of
n child. Tho can sets squarely nuywhere. Tlie dasher Is nif.
E1TTEE.IOUEU It ANIIINO C'licnp unci EfTecllve. HeM mnde.
OWEEN OF THE WIT WATER IHUWI.K, which saves hull of the lnbor of
wnter from n well or cistern.
EARLY RREAKEANT COOKING STOVE, which is ndmltted bvnll who hnve used It
to hnve no superior. Cnll nnd see it. Cnll nnd see us whether you wlidi to buv or not.
BIERBOWER & CO.,
(Successors to A. 'J. EGEV & CO,,) G. w. Tuclor's old stnnd, No. 89 Jlnrlcet street, Mnysvllle,
Kentucky, announce to the public Hint linvli g puichnvecl tho Inteiest ot A. J.Kgnew & Co.,
will conduct theScovennd Tin the oil) stammH U. .Tudnr on Mnilcct stieet,
Mnysvllle, Ky. The new tlrm is composed of piucilc.nl meu of long experience nud
workmen. Th liest brands of
will be constnntly kept on hnnd nt the LOWEST PRICES. Kooflni; nnd other like work
dono in the best rammer mil ijuninnteed to give sntlstnctlon. Attentive and polite salesmen
nt our stoio will give closest attention to the wunts ol our customeis.
-All debts owing bj the late Hi in ot A. J. Egnew & Co., will be pnld by us nnd nil claims
due snid 11 im me pnyuble to us by the teuus of the Youis ltespecttullv,
BIERBOWER St CO.
TTOi T'lLJ N DS F 831 11 1 c nllully recommend thenbovonnmed firm. nnd
E Sut a it o irm. 6 would be pleased to hnve my old customers nud
friends favor them villi their pnlioiiiive. Hes)jectfully. (mchSOdAwUm) G. W.TUUOH.
m miMmrmmm m m r mi Hr i H
Has lust leceJved 500 copies of
A Treatise on the Horse
Ami jus iisi:asi:s,
By Dr. B. J. KENDALL.
Tho best work for tho mouey published
Addiess mail, orders to
myOd&wtf Alnysvllle, Ky.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS!
J. C. Pecor &
1VIXT.S,01I.S. VAItXISII. mid IIEAJT
....... Tn..,.,i,.iinn nfKirtnnvs. Liver and
t i ti i .rtfl
31ndder, neposus, uuu wmw,
.ntnntiio a'S'Ri;s cu
inns; Torpid t,ivur,
nurstomaen. uo i ,Tcal
36 Dosos for CnToanntlt.
ui.uu. Ilheumatisni oi
tho Joints. Vomit.
i.,o T.innmmntlnn nl
tlm Tlrnthrn. A Snofilflc fOl
stono in tho Madder: Lucob
rinnLnn nf tl.n Prnctntl
Gland, Brlgbt'aDiseasoof thokldneyj
J.T.LEE. Cincinnati, O.
No, 0,"V, Second St., Opii.OpcrnllonHO,
Fruits and Vegotablesln season. Your patrol
ago respectfully solicited lljclly
nnd Dealers In-
WOOD and STONEWARE.
Third Streets, Maysvillc, Ky.
i i i a j
Warp of all
of nil kiudo.
iiiiu ui yuuu.i ;
18 SUTTON STREETS I
BLATTERMAN & POWER.
PERSONS lu vnnt ot building lumber,
fencing or shingles, will Unci It to tho In- .
torcst to address us nt Vnnceburg, Ky., or II.
0. Ilarkloy, Mnysvllle, Ky. Wo lmvo something
mado from yellow poplar with? square butts,
equal to Michigan plno at much less price.
Shingles kept ou hnnd nnd for salo by Colllus,
Rudy & Co., nnd H. C. Bnrkloy, Mnysvllle,
Ky., nt mill prices.
JSUdlin LEWIS COUNTY LUMBER CO.
Cor, Sixth and Walnut Sts.
Lewis Vandkjj, Proprietor.