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An Elevated Rand for Cincinnati.
Boston, 3July 411. At mooting of the
4irotr of tie Toledo, Cincinnati & St
Louii Railway, S. S, BUnchnrd, R. M.
Pomcroy, and TV. A. Haskell retired
from the board, and tlio Tncancics
were filled by tbe election of, tho following;
repreBentatiTea of the Scney syndicate,
which proposos to provide tho company
with additional capital, C. S. UrCHO,
Thomas, and H. L. Torrell. Contrncts
were also approved for an elovatod road to
connect the Cincinnati termittUs with new
At Cincinnati, Alfred Laufner, a soldier
belonging to tho rogiment stationed at
Columbus, obtained a furlough two months
ago to como to this city, ns ho was suffer-,
ing frcin typhoid fever. Ho lntlea in an
endeavor to get into the hospital, and this
made him so despondent that ho jumped
from tho third story of the house at No.
480 Vino street, hurting himself probably
Mb?, Gkrtjk M. Goodm.vo, a god
jcar?, lived with her husband at No.
219 Freeman avenue, Cincinnati, 0. She
has recently acted as if partially insane.
Thio morning, before her husband arose
from bed, she wroto him a note sayinp she
would never return, left tho house, and lms
not since been seen. Her husband says
tuey have not qunireled, and cm not explain
tho mystery, but believes she jumped
in tho river and drowned.
Anvicns from Darlington, Indian Territory,
announce tho death of Frank Win
AVolf Robe, son of the noted Cheyenne
Chief, Wolf Robo. Tho deceased was aged
seventeen years. Somo time ngo ho was
converted to Christianity, and boforo his
death he loqucstcd that ho bo buried with
CJirisjian rites, and bogged tho old chief ti
dispense with tho Indian practices, and
especially not to kill his pony at the grave.
He was buriod as ho requested, tho mis
sionary, Rov. J. B. Wicks officiating.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Cincinnati, July 11. Apples scarce;
choico to fancy at S3 60(M 60 per brl;
fair to common at 52 002 50. Beans:
marrows soil at 2 00, common mixed at
S2 503 00, good to choico medium at
52 68 00. Buttor dull; medium grades
quiet; creamery is quiet at 2224c; fair to
good 1822c;' prime and choico dairy, 23c;
choice northwestern, 35(c?3lJc; ohoice
Roscrve, 1012c; good to prime Central
Ohio, lie; common firm at lllljc.
Cheeso" firm: 8o for northwestern; 0
10c for choico Ohio; New York, ll12c.
Coffee dull: inferior, 8c; common to lancy,
7Jc; Java, 2028c; Rio, good, 8JSc;
primo, ll(a)12c. Dried fruits firm at 7J
8c, for apples, now; and peaches, new, 7c.
Hay quiet and receipts small; choico
No. 1 timothy, old in activo demand on
arrival S12 0013 00; No. 2 at $10 00(
11 00; prairie at S" 50($8 00; mixed,
7 50; straw at SG 00(7i)7 50 per ton.
Eggs firm at 11 Ac. Orangos dull;
Jamnica, $G OOaS 00" per barrel;
in cases, SO 00a7 50. Onions
are dull at S2(,3 00 per brl. Lemons are
dull at 52 00fri,8 00 a box. Molasses
firm; common to fair New
Orloans, 35038c; good to prime, 49(H)
62c; ohoice, 62(Vfiiic. Sirups, 60(i?55c;
maple sirup, 7o(78c per gallon.
Sorghum, primo To choice, 25(Ti 30c
per gallon. Potatoes dull; early roso at
COo a bushel; russets, 50c a bushel; snow-flake,
55c a bushel; sweat, 2 603 60
por brl. Poultry quiet; chickens firm ni
52 504 00, turkeys firm at 0(.i,lpo. Geeso
quiet at S3 75. Ducks dull at S3 00(Si
3 50. Sugar quiet: raw, 8c; cut-loaf,
lOJc; granulated 9c; powdered,
11 Ac; A Bugars, &( 9c; extra C,
7J8c; yellow refined, 7c. Mill-
feed: supply large, market quiet,
bran, $13 00; shipstutfs. S14(a 15 00;
firm at Sl(5 OlW'J 00. Oils firm;
petroleum, 110 dog. test, 8$(T7c; 130 deg.
88c, and 150 deg. headlight, 13c;
lard oil firm at 92fi)9oc; turpentine, 50(4
62c for the best grade; linseed oil, 64($6Gc.
Seeds: German millet, 75fj95c: clover, 15c
por pouud for old; now, 14()15c from store;
timothy, SI 751 90 from store; llax
4795c. Tallow: country, 7(a.Sc; city
8Jo. Coal: Pittsburg firm at 10c. afloat;
delivered, llo por bush, or S3 00 per ton;
Kanawha, llo per bushel delivered.
Chicago, July 11. Flour dull and nominal.
Regular wheat opened weak and
lower, closed firm at outside prices: 98Jo
July and tho year, SI 003(U 00J August,
$1 03 September. SI 03" October, Si 04 J
November, No. 2 Chicago "spring, 083c, No".
3 do, 82c, No. 2 red 84(b4Jo. Corn-Active;
closed strong and higher 68o
cash and July, 5151J,o August, 51 c
September October, 4Co tho year. Oats
steadv and higher,' 8lo cash, 31 J(7?35c
July, 29Jc August, 28 c September, 28 Jc
October, 27o tho year. Ryo steady aud
unchanged at 63c. Flax Beed higher at
Cincinnati, July 11. Quotations There
wero 708 hhds offered at auction. With
this largo salo the market opened very
firm and activo; all good and fino leaf was
in aotive roquestat full quotations, as wore
also all grades showing good color and
character. Tlioro was not much change in
the commoner and inforior grades, all
grades remaining in active demand at good
prices. There was a somewhat larger
quantity of the better classes offered,
which accounts for the good prices. The
following were the priced at tb first salo:
Inferior trash sold at SI 703 90; common
trash, $4 105 70; common lugs,
.$6 608 95; good mediums, $10(u14 75;
good and fioo leaf, $1619 75; colory leaf,
521 2523 76.
Cmciao, July 11. Hogs The estimated
receipts wore 18,000 head, against 21,000
hoad, shipments 6,141 head, and the
market was easy, with fair to good light
at 55 306 10; mixed packers, 6 10
6 40; ohoice heavy, $5 85G 66.
Cattlo Tho receipts 'were 6,000 head,
against 4,600' head, ; the receipts, with
shipments of 3,100 head, with the market
slow and lOo por otvt lower; export,
5 700; good to choice shipping steers,
iS 806 CO; common to modium, :?4 66
Sheep Recoipts, 1,400 hoad; sbipmonts,
809 head; alow; inferior to fair, 32 80
3 25; good, $8 SO; choice, $1.
CITY AND COUNTY 1IIRECTOM.
Courts Circuit Conrt.
Commonwealth's Attorney T. A. Currnn.
Clerk B. D. Parry.
BUerlff Perry Jetrerson.
f Dan Perrlno.
Deputies: -J Clinn Jelleison.
(. J. V. Alexander.
Jailer Dennis Fltzqernld.
Tuesday niter second Monday In Janunry,
Apill, July nud October In ench year.
Judge Wm, P. Coons.
County Attorney J. L. Whltnkor.
Clerk-W. W. Ball.
Second Monday c: each month.
Tuesday niter seconu Monday In March,
June, September nud December lu each year.
Maysvllle, Ko. Pollltt nud J.L.
Grant, tlrst nncl tbhd Tuesdays In March,
June, September nnd December.
Mnysvllle, No. 2.-M. F. Mnrsli mid W.L.
Holton, llrst Saturday and fomth Tuesday,
Dover, No. 3 A. A. Gibbon nnd A. F.
Dobyns, llrst uud thhd Wednesday, same
Minerva, No. 40. N. "Weaver nud J. II.
Watson, llrst nud thhd Tuesdays, name
Gerninntowu.No.S S. P. Pollock nnd Jn1".
Fegnu, lliHt and thhd Sntindnys, suniu
Snrdls, No. 6-J. M. Boll nud J. W. Tllton,
second nnd fomth BntmdavH, wma months.
' Maysllcl:, No. 7-C. W. Williams nnd J. I).
uaymonu, secouu nuu lourtn i riunys, same
Lewlsburjt, No. 8 J. M. Alexander nnd
Abuer llord, second and fomth Thursday!.,
Oinngeburm, No. 0 W. D. Coryell nnd W. J.
Tnlly. Uibl Bntuiday nnd last Mouday.snme
WnshltiKton, No. 10 John Hynn nnd James
Bmltlicis, fomth Tuesday und thhd
Muinhysvllle, No. 11 Lewis .Tcllcrson n;id
E. L. Gault, fourth Mouduy nudthlidThurs
day, same months.
Fein Leaf, No. 12-S. K. Mastln and J. B.
Bmgess, bccond and fouilli Saturdays, ewiiu
Mnysvllle, No. 1-J. P. Wallace.
M'aysvllle, No. 2-W. L. Moinu.
Dover, No. 3-W. B. McMillan.
Minerva, No. 4 James Ilunyon.
Gorman town, No. 5 Icnnc Woodward.
Bardls, No 0 J . A. Collins.
Maysllck, No. 7 Tiiomas Murphy.
Lewlsbuig, No. 8 B. M. Strode.
Oinngehurg, No. 0- Thomns Hlse.
Washington, No. 10 James Gault.
Murphysville.No. 11-W. K.Pinthor.
Fern Leaf No. 12-B. W. VV'ood.
Society 3Iec(lti;N ntiiNonlc.
Conlldcuce Lodge, No. 62, flrst Monday o
Mason Lodge, No. S12, third Monday of each
Chapter, No. 9, second Monday o!
Mnysvllle Conimandery, No. 10, fomth
Monday of each mouth.
I. O. . F.
Plscah Encampment, No. 9, secoud nna
tout tli Mondays hi each months nt 7 o'clock.
DeKnlh Lodge. No. 12, Tucsdny night, each
week, at 7 o'clock.
Uiusgnkl. No. 27, Wednesday night, each
week, at 7 o'clock.
Knights of Honor.
The Hist nnd third Tuesday of each month.
Lodge loom on Sutton slices.
It. of 1.
Limestone Lodge, No. 80, Friday night ol
I. O. W. 31.
Wednesday uli;li t each week.nt their hnll on
No!allty It. V.3I.
Second nnd fourth Sundays lu each month,
at their ballon Limestone stieet.
rather Mnthevr T. A. S.
First Sunday In ench month, nt their hnll on
St. l'ntrlcU'H Ucncvoleiit Society.
Second Sunday In ench month, nt their Hnll
on Limestone street.
Cl(tr JInUerH' Union.
First Tuesday night In each mouth.
Monday night ot each week.
K. C. It. It., arilvcs ntG;?tQ n. ra. nud K:15 p.
m. Departs, at 5:15 a. m. nnd 12 m.
Bonanza, down Monday, Wednesday nnd
Fridays at u p. in. Up Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday nt 8 p. m.
The Bnanl ol Council meets the flrst Thursday
evening in each mouth.
Mayor Horace Jauuniy.
President L, Ed. Pearce.
First Bendel, A. A.
L. Ed, I'enrce.
Hecond S .ml Dr. G. W. Mnitfu, Thomas J.
Clicuowcth, M.C. Hutchlns.
Third Ward-Mutt. Peaico.E.W. Fitzgerald
Fourth J. P. Phister.B. A.
John W. Alexander.
Fifth Wnrd Wm. B. Mathews, Jfimes Hnll,
Treasurer nud Collector E. E. Penrce.
Cloik Harry Taylor.
Marshal James Itedmond.
Doniiiipq i Robert Browning.
Wharfmii8.ter Robert FIcklin.
Wood and Coal Inspector Peter Parker.
City Physician Dr. J. T. Strode.
Keeper of Alms House Mrs. B. Mills.
Pies PI ni QP PSIqo
I IIUO I I I IIUO I I I
0 LD UROWN'S PILE OPRE will euro any
case of protruding or ulcerated bleeding Piles
by a fowlappllcntlons. A'trlal will convlnco
nuy ouo;who is suflerlng with this loathsome
dlseaso that what wo say is true. For salo by
GEORGE T. WOOD,
JeBOd&wlin Mnysvllle, Ky.
14,508 J3oxes sold in a year by 0X413
Act Directly on the ILiver.
ClTKKS Ojiills and Feveh, Dysceprm,
Sick HE.nACiiE, Bilious Colto,
TIOK, HllKUMATIHJI, 1'ILKS. I'ALl'lTATION
op the IIeaiit, Dizziness, Toiii'iD Liver,
t'dATEIlTONOUE. RLERPLE1SNIiS. AND ALI.
DlKKASEl OF THE LlVKH AND STOMACH. If
you do not " feel very well," a slnglo pill at
uoiMlmo BtlnnilatcH the stomach, restores
the appetite, Imparts vigor to the syitetn.
R.E, SELLERS & CO,, Pittsburgh, Pa.
ir All Goods and WorkWAKRAKTED.
Number 43, Second street, three doors below
Market street, Mnysvllle, Ky. npUOdly
". I " ' "
was tho flrst preparation porf ectly adapted to cure
diseases of tho scalp, and tho first successful restorer
of faded or gray hair to its natural color,
growth, nnd youthful beauty. It has bad many
Imitators, but nono bavo bo fully mot all tbo requirements
needful for tho propor treatment of
tho hair nnd scalp. Hall's Hami Renewkk has
steadily grown in favor, nnd spread its famo aud
usefulness to every quarter of tbo globo. Its unparalleled
success can bo attributed to but ouo
causo: the entire fltffilment of its yivmtses.
Tho proprietors bavo often been surprised nt tbo
rccolpt of orders from remoto countries, wbero
tboy had never made an oirort for its introduction.
Tbo uso for a sbort thno of Hall's Hair
Rexeweu wonderfully Improves tbo personal
appoaranco. It cleanses tbo scalp from all Impurities,
cures all humors, fover, nnd dryness,
and thus prevents baldness. It stimulates tho
weakened glands, and enables them to push forward
a now nnd vigorous growth. Tbo ohects of
this nrtlclo aro not transient, Hko tlioso of alcoholic
preparations, but remain a long tlmo, which
makes its uso n matter of economy.
Will change tbo beard to n natural brown, or
black, ns desired. It produces a permanent color
that will not wash nwriy. Consisting of a Blnglo
preparation, it is applied without trouble
It. P. HALL & CO., Nashua, N.IL
Sold by all Doalcrs in Medicines.
FOR ALL THE FORMS
Scrofulous, nicrcurinl, nnd
tbo best remedy, because tbo most
searching and thorough
Sold by all Druggists ; 81, six bottles, 85.
Abinlntely harmless! Stimulates
lialr. If ctru?pltt lmn'6
ELOH It. semi toKreetnftii.l'erfumer,
m'fr. 1W V.4th St.iCln. Tic.
j, bottle; 4, express psid, 33.
LAND FOR SALE;
WILL hell nt n reasonable prlco, n smnll
i tinet ot acie.s of tootl land In
l.eiN county, now nccuiihul by 11. I. Adams
between tho lorks of C'lhln Creek, and n few
miles trom Tollebaro. A iplv to mo In
or to Stnnlon it Lniew, my lawyerc
Jy5d2w KL1ZAHETH .M. J. ADA.Mfc?.
TliE VLACETOttKT t'HEAl
mchSldly SU'lTOK STREET.
M 111 Infllini O fin
U I I fl I I II V A. I I I '
i lis HI M.M.I I. IV ll I.I In
I III ULIlUUvJUlV VjL UUII
Is the best place to get baignins In
Jk s vr&n.i.cTJ5r . ai v
ta a v t a. jj .1 ta li ua
Statofi Monroe Sts..Chlcano. s . Zk I
Wlllim I rr'P'1 1 lnvtil trwi Ih.Ir 1.
BAND CAT AUOCUE, '
for IsMi ifnif .lu b.m;nv inn I &)1&L
or IDilrumtnli, miiu, i.. lkiu,
'oranosi. KlAultl. CiTvliniK.
Standi. Krnni M llur'i Stifk Ail J
IUU, Sunlry Italia Uuthli, H.Minnj w
Jf Mjtfrfili, KlrotndU'ln lnitn rtlon an
for Atuit.ur aud Cil&Ui;tc4
of Cbolvt Baud Miulo.
A Spooulc toe all Eisouaoa of the
KIDNEYS. H LIVER.
BLADDER. I Urijmrv
Pills, 36 33oso8, Cl.OO
J. T. LEE, Lebanon Piko. Cincinnati, O.
Bent by mall postpaid ou receipt of. prko.
F. L- TRAYSER,
PIANOS I ORGANS.
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED !
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED I
Front Street, Maysville.
Medicated yf ell-water.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of the Kidneys.
been used with most Kratlfylug success
HAS in many obstinate cases. Prof, P.
W. Olnrlc, professor of Chemistry nt the university
of Cincinnati says this water "belongs
to tho same class with that of tho Alleghany
Bprlncs, ol Virginia," tho medicinal virtues
of which nrotoo woll known to bo stated horo.
Thoso who doslro to try this famous water
nro referred to Cantaln 0. W. Boyd. Lovauna
Ohio; Captain O. M, Holloway, ClncinuatlJ
unio; ,i. j. unipo, uincinnuu, uuio, jor snio
In half barrels nnd jugs by
GUS. BI51MONS, Proprietor.
m23dwtf Aberdeen, Ohio.
pl. l )l "''" "rfr ,;)iiJO
EGNEW & ALLEN,
Manufacturer? and Denlers in
STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, COPPER,
TINWARE, HOLLOW, WOOD anr STONEWARE.
West Corner of Market and Third Streets, Maysvllle, Ky.
OMAHA, Bird Canns.
SLATE nnd IRON
GRATES and MANTELS
of all Kinds.
I FOH THIRTY DAYS
Wo Hhnll oifer the irrentet It.MtfJAlXS ever tendeied to a people, in
9 nasmjriiiTOafliriTini,MM.iM mm mzKmmiwvamkmammt
CHAMPION REAPERS and MOWERS,
WmtRZ ass.te SULKIES
ji.m. a kt
BQBTCAIili AM) SKE, KC CONVINCED nml SAVE MONEY.'SU
MYALL, RILEY & PORTER
Numbers. 7, SECOND and 18 SUTTON STREETS,
STOKES, GRATES, MANTELS, TINWARE, ETC
j uun lui inniiiLuui ilium ili liuii
Latest nnd most improved htyles of Cooklnn and Hentlnc Stoves, mml ni vii.iifwr w
Vn,. ot hot blast charcoal lion, warranted not
stoves, of course, wenr the lonest.
ElOlI.sE FritNiSlilNO (iMU)S of nil hinds nnd the Best quality.
lKKKI.i:SS ICECKEA.H EKEEJEU - U has no coinnl Cat OIW bevond
nchlld. rll.n An .. nu r,iintlt nt.imfh. . HM... il,.l... b, , .'li ..II... 1 V
can sets squniely anywheie. Is
MTTI.I! .TJIir Kit WAMiIMi II.K 1IM triple. Cl,.n., o.wl rr.
uki.wm s in- vx.( i.vtii Miun.n i.u, which baves iinir of mo labor of
water trom a well or cistern.
IHRliT UllEAKEASTCOOKINa isTOVE, which is admitted bynll who have used It
to hnvo no superior. Call nud see it. Cnll und see us whether you wish to buv or not.
I NEW FIRM.
BIEHBOWER & CO.,
(Successors to A.' J. EGNEW & CO.,) G. "V.
jvuuiiii;iv , nuuuuutu iu iiik jiuuiju nuu 1110 11; jiuiuiiiircii wio iuicivm Ol J. J. liKUCW CC VO.,
will conduct the Stove and 'Ilu bu&luesnt the old fcTAxnor G. W. 'ludor onMmket stieet,
Mnysvllle, Ky. Tho new firm Is composed of pinctlcal men of long experience nud Hist-
class workmen. The.best binuds of
STOVES and TINWARE
will be constantly kept on hand nt tho LOWEST PRICES. Booflng and other like work
done in the best manner nnd gunianteed to glvo satisfaction. Attentive and polite salesmen
nt our stoie will give closest attention to the wants of our customers.
"A11 debts owing by the late Aim of A. J. Epnew & Co., will be paid by us and nil claims,
duo said llitn are payable to us by the terms of tho purchase. Yours Hesppctfully,
BIERBOWER Sc CO.
TO THE PUBLIC- 'would I
frleudsfnvorthem with their pntiouaf:e.
J. C. Pecor & Co.;
I'AIXTS, OILS, VAltN'ISII, nud READY
mji.,i1 1 uinum
...... .j T..n...n.mitinn nt Tvlrtnovs. I, Ivor ana
ulnl..li... 'lnrM.tta nn I)(tllintlfl
infautllo diseases of tho Urinary Or- f.
mns : Torpid Liver, Indigestion, KK
lourStoraach, Oout. Dropsical Jt,
AUections, Uj spepsia. Z J&
3BDososfor t lCures Gout,
w'iuwi j"t!X tr ---.- -
Z. J Z tlio Joints, vonnu
fkV. ings. InQammatlon ol
Va tho Urethra. A Speciflo foi
f Stono in tho Bladder; Lucou
Gland, Bright's DUcusoot tho Kidneys,
J.T.LEE, Ctnolnnati, O. ";
O; W; GEISEL;
No. 0,W. Second St., Opp.Opornnonso,
Fruits nnd Vecotablesln soason. Yourpatron
020 respectfully solicited. illdly
mmmassrSTrzs. -- 2iwwI
of nil hind').
uuu oi uuuut,:
int - va niww f
to have a. Inale ounce ot scinpiu them. Tle
11m minnolfv nf
M "" w
Effective. Bet made.
BLATTERMAN & T?0"WBIt.
NEW GOODS. I
I ! MM.l II I I
Tudor's old stand, Ko. SO Mmkot street, Mnysvllle,
cordially recommend theabovenamed firm, nnd
be pleased to have my old customers and
Respectfully, (mcliE0tl&w6m) G.W. TUDOR.
FRANK R. PHISTER
Has lust received OOO copies of
A Treatise on the Horse
Anil HIS DISEASES,
By Dr. B. J. KENDALL.
Tho best woik for tho money published
Address mall orders to
, , . FRANK R. PHISTER,
myOd&wtf .Mnysvllle, Ky.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS!
PERSONS in vnnt of bulldliiK lumber,
feucluc or shingles, will Und It to tho interest
to address us at Vaiiceburg, Ky or H.
O. Barkloy, Maysvllle, Ky. Wo hnvo something
mndofrom yellow poplar with! square butts,
equal to Michigan pine- nt much less price.
Shingles kept on hand nud for salo by Collins,
Rudy & Co., nnd II. C. Barkloy, Mnysvllle,
Ky.,nt mill prices.
J2'Jdlm LEWIS COUNTY LUMBER CO.
Cor. Sixth and Walnut Bta.
I Lewis Vandkn, Proprietor.