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MABKETS BY TEIiEGBAPH.
""Cincinnati, July 1.1. Apples scarce;
cliolco to fancy at $8 604 1)0 per brl;
fnir to common at 52 CO. Henna:
marrows sell at $2 00, common mixed at
S2 603 00, good to choice medium at
52 60. Buttor dull; medium grades
quiet; creamery is quiet at 22(ji)26o; fair to
good 1822c; prima and olioloo dairy, 23c;
choice northwestern, 3680c; choice Western
Reserve, 1012c; good to prime Central
Ohio, lie; common firm at 12c.
Cheeso firm: 8o for northwestern; 9(u)
9Jc for choice Ohio; Now York, llllo.
Coffee dull: inferior, 8c; common to fanoy,
7c; Java, 20(i'28c; Rio, good, 8Jc;
prime, ll12c. Dried fruits firm at 7$(i)
8o, for apples, now; and peaches, new, 7c.
liny quiet and receipts small; choice
No. 1 timothy, old in active demand on
arrival $12 0013 00; No. 2 at 510 00
11 00; prairie at $7 50f.?,8 00; mixed;
$7 00; straw at SO 007 50 per ton.
Eggs firm at 14c. Oranges dull;
Jamaica, $G 00a7 50 por barrol;
in cases, SO 00a7 CO. Onions
aro dull at S2'k,2 oO per brl. Lemons are
dull at $2 00(S',3 00 a box.
firm; common to fair New
Orleans, 3"38c; good to prime, 4t)fv
62c; choice, 62(Vr,54c. Sirups. o0f7?oc;
maple sirup, 76(a78o per gallon.
Sorghum, prime To choice, 25(Ve3oc
per gallon. Potatoes dull; early roso at
tiOo a bushel; russets, 50o a bushel; snow-flake,
o5c a bushel; sweet, $2 60(3 60
per brl. Poultry quiet; chickens firm at
2 50(?4 00; turkeys firm ut !)o. Gccso
quiet at S3 76. Lucks dull at S3 0Ufi;
3 50. Sugar quiet: raw, be; cut-loaf,
granulated 'Jc; powdered,
A sugars, 8fa0c; extra U,
yellow refined, 7c. Mill-
supply large, market quiet,
bran, S13 00; shlpstutfs, S15Qj)10 00;
firm at $10 00(18 50. Oils firm;
petroleum, 110 deg. test, 910c; 130 dog.
8c, and 160 dog. headlight, 12,13c;
lard oil firm at 0206c; turpentine, 60(W)
52o for the best grade; linseed oil, 6J5Gc.
Seeds: Gorman millet, 76(t)95c; clover, 15o
per pound for old; now, 14$15c from store;
timothy, 1 7ol 00 from store; flax
4705o. Tallow: country, 7c; city
8Jc. Coab Pittsburg firm at 10c. afloat;
delivered, llo per bush, or S3 00 per ton;
Kanawha, lie per bushol delivered.
Chicago, July 13. Flour dull and unchanged.
' Wheat nnsottled and feverish;
closed a shddo firmer, 98Jo July, SI 01 j
August, SI 021 02$ September, SI 03
October, $1 04 J November, 0S tho year,
No. 2 Chicago spring, 98Jc, No. 3 do 82
83c, No. 2 red winter SI 04. Corn-Demand
active; unaottlod, but gonerally
higher; 61 Jo cash and July, 61Jo August,
61o Septoraber, 61Jc October. 40$c tho
year. Oats dull and easier, 34 Jc cash,
34Jo July, 29Jo August, 27Jo September,
27127c tho year. Ryo steady
and uncfiaugcd at 53c. Flax seed higher
at SI 40.
Pork activo but lower; S13 00(7?13 75
cash, $13 00 July, $13 1013 V2X August;
$13 2Vrt13 27 September; S13" 32J
13 35 October; $12 30(12 35 tho year.
Lard active, but lower; o.17A(Ji)8.20c cash
and July, 8.26c September, "8.37 JfV? 8.10o
October, 8.478.5Uc November, 8.17J
8.20c the year".
Bulk meats in fair demand; shouldors
6Jc, short rib 0.95c, short clear 7Ao.
Butter quiot and unchanged; creamery
17fJ?)20c, dairy 1210c.
ggs in fair demnnd at Uc.
Whisky steady and unclinngcdvat $1 10.
Corn to Buffalo 2c.
Cincinnati, July 13. Inferior trash sold
at'S44 90, common trash at $o(u," 10,
common lugs at $7 90, good mediums
at S10H14, good to tine leaf at $15 60
East Liuehty, July 13. Cattle Receipts
1,5911 head; market fair at yesterday's
prices. Hogs Recoipts 2,700 head;
market very dull; no Philadelphias selling;
Yorkers, $55 80. Sheep Receipts 3,000
head; market firm at provious quotations.
Chicauo, July 13. Hogs Tho estimated
receipts were 13,000 head, against 17,010
head, shipments 3,045 bend, and tho
market was casior, with fair to good light
at $5 105 00; mixed packers, S4 70
6 10; choice heavy, $56 35.
Cattle The receipts wro 9.000 head,
against 7,000 bead, the recoipts, with
shipments of 2,000 head, with tho raarkot
slow; best 10 lower; export,S5 705 00; good
to oboict S5 406 05; common to medium,
$4 605 20.
Shoep Receipts, 1,000 head; shipmonts,
200 head; market weak; inferior to fair,
S22 00; good. S3 75; choice, $4 20.
Cincinnati, July 13. Cattlo: Common to
fair shippers, $4 606 25; good to choice,
$5 406 85; good to choico butchers,
S4 605 60; fair to medium, S3 604 40;
common, $2 253 25; good to oholco cows,
4 605 10; good to choice heifers, $4 75
6 36; common to fair oxen, $2 508 60;
good to choice, $46; stockers and feeders,
$4 75, and some extra, $5; and somo light
yearlings at S2 753 76.
Hogs Seleot butchers' and heavy shippers,
$5 105 80; fair to good packing,
$4 85660; fair to good light, $5(n;5 06;
common, S44 75; culls, 3 604 00;
stock hogs, $4 505 15.
to fair sheop nt $2 75
3 60, and good to ohoioo, 58 754 60,
and stook wothors, S3 C04; '
Sulnc for Ills) Own Blood.
New Yonu, July 13. Edward Banks,
colored, a hotol waiter, sued C. T. V. Oken
borg for $250 " blood money." The defendant,
in February, was found unconscious in
his bed from gas poisoning. The physicians
decided that a transfusion of blood was
necessary to savo his lifo, and eight ounces
of blood was transferred from Banks for
that purpose. The latter claims that he
was promised ten cents a drop, but defendant
asserts he paid him $5 in full of all
Railroad Enterprise la Mexico.
Washington, July 13. Ex-Secretary
Windoin goes to Europe in a few days. It
is intimated that a portion of his timo
thero will beldevotod to the Mexican Railway
enterprise, of which he is the head.
The controversy regarding Mexican bonds
held In England Is, it is said, about to be
satisfactorily terminated, and it is expect,
ed that a "tidal wavo" of British capital
will set toward Mexico.
Article or Incorporation A'optctl by
flip 3Inynvlllo Artificial Ico ami
t'nmnnny or tlio City of
Mn.yrtvlllc unil the Ntntc of Kentucky.
1. Ho It known that A. It. Glnscock,Clins. H,
Pearco, L. W. Robertson, W. S. Krnnk, T. J.
Chonowoth nml C. B. Leach, lmvo by this Instrument
associated themselves together nml
become Incorporated under nnit In
Captor M ol tho Oonorul Statutes of
Kentucky, as "The Mnysvllle Arttflclnl Ico
nml Refrluorntor Company," and by that
name shall have perpetual succession, sue
nml boHwnd, contract nnd be contracted with
anil snail have u common seal nnd powoi to
alter sumo at pleasure.
2. Tho capital Mock of said Incorporation
shall be divided into shares of fifty (Sou) dollars
each and tho subscription to Bald capital Rtocl:
shall be paid ns follows, to-wit :
por cent on the 1st day of July, 1883, and tho
remainder lu such installments nnd at such
times and places ns tho board of directors may
8. Tho shares of stook shall bo transferable
by written assignment of tho
owner upon tho ceitiflcato, unit when transferred
tho certificate lor sumo shall bo surrendered
to tho company and cancelled and u
now tertlllente issued In lieu thereof to tho
J. Tho corporation Is organised for tho purpose
nud tho business of too corporation shall
be tho ninnufnctuio of leu by nrllflclnl processes
nnd tho preservation of ment, trult.
vegetables nnd all other substances by cold
or the refrigerator procos.
5. Tho said company shall have tho power
toacqulroby purchase, or otherwise, and to
hold leal and personal property to such mi
amount as mav be nocessarv nnd convenient
for tho proper prosecution of the business of
mu I'uumiiiiy, umi huiiu unvo 1110 tsauio
power to dispone of said property that prlvnto
individuals now tmvo under tho laws of tho
State of Kentucky.
0. Tho prlvnte property of tho stockholders
of said company shnll bo forever exempt
from any nml all liability from tho debts or
liabilities of said company.
7. Tho principal place of business of said
corporation shall b'e at Maysvllle, hy.
8, Thonmquntof capital of said company
shall bo $20,000, which may ninny time, by
consent of the mnjorlty of stook vollnjsut a
regular election, be increased to nny nmount
not exceedliiK SoO.uOO. Tho shnres of stock In
said company shall bo slgnoi by tho President
and Secretary, nnd attested by tho seal
of the company.
0. The said company shall have the right to
employ all needful ngeuts and servants, to
establish by-laws, and inako such rules and
regulations as may be necessary lor tho management
of the affairs of tho company, not
Inconsistent with tho piovlslons of these articles
of Incorporation or with tho laws of
this state or tho United Stntes.
10. Tho business of tho company shall he
managed byn board of six director), to bo
eiecieu oy me sincauoiuers wnen me sum oi
5,000 is subscribed to tho cnpltnl stock ol
said company, nnd thereniterthereshnllbonu
annual election of directors on the Hist Monday
In Octobeiyill of which directorsshall hold
their olllces until their successors nrt elected
nnd qualified. Each board ofdlrectois elected
In putsuanco of thli provision shall from
their own body elect a President, Treasurer,
Secretary and Superintendent, nud such
other ohlcers as they may deem necessary
and Mld Board of Directors shall prescribe
and deflno tho powers nnd duties of said
and from such ns they may meserlbe,
take bond with surety lor tho faithful discharge
nnd performance of their duties.
Stockholders shall bo entitled to one vote for
each and every share ot stock held in all elections,
nnd in all question! voted ui on In
meetings of stockholders nnd may cast said
voio uy wrmen proxy.
11. The Indebtedness of tho company shall
not exceed the sum of six thousand dollars
nnd In no event or time shnll the indebtedness
of the company exceed the
12. By consent of a majority of the stockholders
voting nt a regular ajinual or called
meeting ot tho stockholders, the provisions
of these articles ol incorporation may be
amended or changed In tho manner
by Chapter 50 or General Statutes
13. The proeeedlngsof stockholders' meeting
nud tho meeting ol the directors shall bo
regularly onteied in a book of the company
kept for that puipoe. And tho annual business
transacted of tho compauy Shall also be
kept in a regular set of books.
14. Tho corporation shnll eommcncoou the
loth day ot June, 1SS.'1 nud snail continue
thereafter lor the period ol twenty-live years
and longer if renewed ns nuthorlzed by
In testimony whereof the said Incorporators
havo hereunto set their hands this llth
day of June, I88J.
CIIAS. It. PBAROE,
THOS. J. CHKNOWETH,
A. R. GLASCOCK,
L. AV. HOBKKTSON.
Piles! Piles!! Piles!!!
Old BROWN'S PILE Cl RE will cure any
case of protruding or ulcerated bleeding Plies
byn fewlappllcntions. A'trial wlllconvluce
any one. who Is sullerlng with this loathsome
disease that what we say Is true. For salo by
GEORGE T. WOOD,
has never failed to relieve and CURE nny
case of ludlgestlon or Dyspepsia. Try It. For
salo by GEORGE T. WOOD,
14,508 Boxes sold in a year by OJMB
Ar- rtit tllf I.iver.
COBKH ClIIM AND FKVKU, DVSI'KI'SI.
StCK HEADACHE, 1IIMOU8 COLTO. CONSTIPATION,
UHKUMATiHM, Vilks. Palpitation
op thk Ueaht, Dizziness, toiipidLivkk,
COATKnTONOUK, SLKKPLEHoINESS, AND ALl.
Disease ok this LiVKn and Stmaoii. It
you do not "feel very well," a slnglo pill nt
atlniulatc the stomnch, rtstores
the appetite, linpurts vigor to tho system.
R. E. SELLERS S. CO., Pittsburgh, Pa.
A1I Goods nnd Work WARRANTED.
Number 43, Second street, threo below
Market street, Mnysvllle, Ky. npllOUly
was tbo first preparation perfectly adapted to euro
diseases of tho scalp, and tbo first successful restorer
of faded or gray hair to its natural color,
growth, and youthful beauty. It has had many
imitators, but nono havo so fully met all tho requirements
needful for tho proper treatment of
tho hair and scalp. HALL'S Haiii Renewkh has
stoodlly grown In favor, and spread Its fame and
usefulness to every quarter of tho globe. Its unparalleled
success can bo attributed to but ono
cauo: the entire fuyUnmnt of Its promises.
Tho proprietors havo often bcon surprised at tho
receipt of orders from remote countries, whero
thoy had nevor inado an cifort for its Introduction.
Tho uso for n short timo of Hall's Hair
Rgnewek wonderfully improves the personal
appearance It cleanses tho scalp from all Impurities,
cures all humors, fovor, and dryness,
and thus prevents baldness. It stimulates tho
weakened glnnds, and enables thorn to push forward
n now nnd vigorous growth. Tho effects of
this nrtlclo aro not transient, llko those of nlco
hollo preparations, but remain a long timo, which
makes its uso a matter of economy.
Will change tho beard to a nnturnl brown, or j
black, as desired. It produces n permanent color
that will not wash away. Consisting of a slnglo
preparation, it is applied without troublo.
It. P. IIALL & CO., Nashua, N.IL
Sold by all Dealers in Medicines.
FOR ALL THE FOEMS
Scrofulous, Ulercurlal, and
tbo best remedy, because tho most
searching and thorough blood-purifier,
Sold by all Druggists ; 1, six bottles, $5.
Stato& Monroe Sts., Chicago
VII! lend rr!M t w mMrru lM
r I193, '.X) i.v, iiv (.t.iftitvliin
f iDtruiomu, Sulu, Ctw, Iklu,
'nmpoQf, Kpatilelf, C ip Iltnt4,
Sl.n.lL ririim Mriwr't Rt!T anil
"lltl. RuuJry !n,i Outtim lUpalHi
! i t . i I.. ..I ... tti.
ef Chalc. UiuJ Moitc
A Spuox .. or all Ulsousos of tbo
KIDNEYS. R LIVER.
Pllla, 36 Doiioh, Sl.OO
J. T. LEE, Lebanon Pike. Cincinnati, O.
Eont by mall postpaid on receipt of priec.
LAND FOR SALE
WILL sell ut n reasonable price, a small
I tract of acies of cood land in
Lewis county, now nccupled hy H..P. Adams
between tho lorks of Cabin Creek, and n few
miles lrom Tollesboro. Applv to me In MnyM
vllle or to Stanton it Lnrew, my lawyers.
Jyod2w KLIZAUETil M. J. ADA.MH.
THE PJjACKTO GET CHEAP
k I; GLASCOCK & CO
Is tho best place to get bargains In
II I al"-' uir lrugKlit hua'l
I 1 I I llll 1 1 1 r m'fr, 154 W.Uh St., Cln, Jic.
wm uuiue, i, express pua, m
F. L. TRAYSER,
:Denler In first-class:
PIANOS ! ORGANS.
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED 1
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED!
Front Street, Ulnysville.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of tho Kidneys.
been used with most gratifying success
In many ohstlnuto cases. Prof, F.
V, Clark:, professor of Chemistry at tho University
of Cincinnati says this water "belongs
to the same class with that of tho Alleghany
Springs, ot Virginia," tho medicinal virtues
ofwhich aro too well known to ho stated horo.
Tlioso who doslro to try this famous water
nre referred to Captain C. "VV. Boyd, Levnnnn
Ohio; Captain C. M. Holloway, Cincinnati,
Ohio; ,T. J. Rnlpe, Cincinnati, Ohio. For sale
In half barrels and jugs by
OUS. SIMMONS, Proprietor,
m23;l&vtf Aberdeen, Ohio.
EGNEW & ALLEN,
-Manufacturers nud Dealers In-
STOYES, GRATES, MANTELS, COPPER,
HOLLOW. WOOD and STONEWARE.
Test Cornci' of Market and Third Streets, Maysvilles Ky
OMAHA, 3m9m Bird Caoes.
' Mii 11 !! J
SLATE and IRON
CRATES and MANTELS
of all Kinds.
m i? UIJHl A 3.JL1 JL X JU& X O
1X of nil kinds.
1 BfisS SPECIAL 1
I WB fKLk
I o H
We shall olfer the greatest IIAZUJaIXS ever tendered to n people, in
the following line of goods:
mi ii i' awi ww ui in i m milium iimhhiiiimii in ini 11 liwiiiaiiiTiriiinriwflfiTiiTrriTTjmfTnrriTrMinniww
wiiimiiiiiiiwiiii i mmiinMiiiii i n mini i mi miimppwimi r wdiiiiji Tmiim
CHAMPION REAPERS and MOWERS,
nml TOJtACCO 6? Ill If IkO
VATOItH, KKVOhVIXU oUblmlEid
HAY KAItl.S, lite.
ANI SKi:, BE CONVINCED nml HAVE JIONEY.nni
MYALL, RILEY & PORTER,
Numbers. 7, SECOND and 18 SUTTON STREETS,
THIS BEST PLA
BIERBOWER & CO.,
STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, TINWARE, ETC,
Blatterman & Power's.
Latest and most lmpioved stylos ol Ooklnp nnd Hentlnu Hloves. made i.t "Wheelhm. W
Va,. of hot blast charcoal Iron, warranted not to havealuKloouuceoi scrap in them. Thee
stoves, of course, wenr the longest.
HOUSE ri'KNiKIl INO GOODS of nil kinds rnd the Host nunllty.
I'EEKI.KSS ICE CItEA.lI has no complication beyond tho capacity of
n child. The enn sets sn.nnro'y anywhere. The dasher Is
I.iTTI.E JOKEIt WASliI'4 Cheap nnd ElTectlve., Best made.
O.UEEN OP THE WEST WATEK JUtAWEK, which saves half of tho labor of drawing
water from n well or cistern.
E UlliY HKEAKPAST COOKIKO VTOVE, which is admitted hy all who have used it
to have no superior. Call and seo It. Call nnd seo us whether you wiMi to buy or not.
rifiiiwinwuTH' ' i i 'hi1 amyrnaw
BLATTERMAN & POWER.
(Successors to A.'J. EGNEw & CO.,) G. AV. Tudor's old stand, No. 89 Market street, Mnysvllle.
Kentucky, announce to the public thnt having pnichand the Interest ot A. J.EgnewA Co..
will conduct tho Siovo audi in business nt the old kiammiI G. W.Tudor on Market street,
Mnysvllle, Ky. The new Arm is composed of practical men of long expeileuceund
workmen. Tho.be.st brands of
STOVES and TINWARE
will be constantly kept on hand nt the LOWEST PRICES. Roofing and .other like work
done in tho best manner nnd guaranteed to give fatlsiactlon. Attentive and pollto salesmen
at our store will give closest attention to tho wants of our customers.
S"A11 debts owing by the late firm of A. J. Egnew & Co., will be paid by us nnd nil claims
duo snld firm are payable to us by the terms of the purchase. Yours Respectfully,'
BIERBOWER 5c CO.
TO THE PUBLIC-
friends favor them with their pntronupe.
I cordially recommend thenbovennmed firm, and
"would be pleased to have my old customers nud
Respectfully. (mch80d&w6m) G. W. TUUOR,
J. C. Pecor & Cc'FRANK R. PHISTER
PAINTS, OILS, VAKNI.NH, and RKAIIT
cums Inlliiranmtlon of Ktdnoys, Liver and
91addor: aeposus, nnu mttuciua,
infantile diseases of the Urinary
mns; Torpid LIvor, Indigestion,
jourstomaeh, uoui. uropsicai
Utt lJosos ror c a . m , t,unw uoui.
Si.UU. sZ 5Ut nuoumuiwiu ui
"" mo jomis. yuuiju
tho Urethra. A Sneclflo loi
Stono in tho Bladder ; Lucoo
DisPHSPS Of tllO l'rOStail
Qland, llrlgbt's Dlseasoot thoKidnoys,
J.T.IiEE, Cincinnati, O.
No. 9,W. Second St., Opp. Opera Ilonso,
Fruits and Vegetablesln season.
respectfully solicited. IHdl y
lias Just recolved BOO copies of
A Treatise on the Horse
Anil HIS DISKASKS,
By Dr. B. J. KENDALL,
The best work for tho mouey published
Address mall orders to
, FRANK R. PHISTER,
myOd&wtf Maysvllle, Ky.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS!
PERSONS in want ,of building lumber,
feuclug or shingles, will llud It to tho
uddress us nt vancoburg, Ky., or II.
p. Bnrkley, Muysvlllo, Ky. Wo have some-thing
made from yellow poplar with! squaro butts,
equal to Michigan plno nt much less price.
Shingles koptfon hand ami for salo by Colllus.
Rudy & Co., nnd II. C. Rnrkley, Mnysvllle
Ky., nt mill prices. '
J2Udlm LWI3 COUNTY LUMBER OO.
Cor. Sixth and "Walnut Sts.
I Lewis Vanden, Proprietor.