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A SI. Ioul Strike.
St. Louis, Any. 15. About sixty
employed by six manufactures,
have struck for higher wages, About
three hundred other workmen are thrown
out of employment by the action of the
lasters. One manufacturer acceded to the
demand of the- mon, but the others show
no disposition to do so.
Rhodes )ldnt Ktdo the KnpM.
Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 15. Captain J.
D. Rhodes, who promised to swim tin
Niagara Rapids, or to float through them
in his lire-saving armor, failed to put in
an appearance. The whole scheme is regarded
as one of advertising a life-saving
apparatus, and little was expected of it,
to that few poraons were present.
Sirs. Allison's Funeral.
Dubuque, Ia., Aug. 15. Tho funeral of
the wife of United States Senator Allison,
who suicided Monday, took place in this
eltY. General Sherman and a largo dele-ration
of political and personal friends
arrived from different parts of the West
on a special train. Tho public buildings
woro draped in mourning and busincs
houses closed. Services wero held in the
Second Presbyterinii Churchy Ministers
of several denominations participated.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Cincinnati, Aug. 15. Butter Sales
of creamery at 22('23c for single tubs of
extra; prime to choice creamery sold at 17
g)21c Prime to choice dairy sold moderately
at 1215c, and packing grades
wero quiet at 6(iCSc buying; low grade
quoted at tic, and grease butter at 45.
L'heee There is a fair demand and the
market is firm. Prime to choice Ohio
quoted at 7JfoSlc, and New York at
10JllJc. I!gi?! Dull and easy 15c for
choice stock Hold from store; on call
25 cases, buyer September, hold at 19Jc.
Poultry The market was dull and steady.
Common to good young chickens sold at
fl 252 25 per "dozen, and prime to
thoice at $2 503 25; prime to choico
old sold at Si) 00(H 25 tier doz. Apples
Plenty of prime stock and little demand.
Choice red stock scarce and about
the only kind in demand. Prime to choice
itock sold at $1 75)2 50 per brl. and common
to fair at $1(J 50. Cabbage Market
firm. Choice home grown, in ship-
liiiK order, sold at$l 251 -10 per brl and
I': 50 tier crato from store. Onions
Market easy and quiet. Prime to choice
ell at Si o0(i) 75 per brl from store.
Tomatoes Prima to choice red sold at 7"c
fi,Slper stand for 2 bu and choice
at $1 50 per stand. Potatoes
Market steady. Choice stock in bulk sold
from wagons at 90e(iSl 00 per brl, and
from store in shipping order at Si 25 per
brl. Sweet potatoes Choice fresh
stock quoted at S3 00(i 00 per brl.
Xnw Yokk, Aug. 15. Flour A
stronger, with moderate export unci local
trade inquiry. Wheat fyc higher; very
firm and fairly active speculative trading;
No. 1 white nominal; No. 2 red,
rl 181; September SI lSjjl 101; Octoliei,
SI 20(5i1 -Hi November, $1 2231 2.5,;
December, $1 L4?l 25J. Corn $(a ,
higher; moderately active; mixed western,
spot, 55(1j(j5Jc; futures, 02(;iMc. Oats
(j)Jc better; western, iG(,5Uc.
Chicago, Aug. 15, Flour quiet und unchanged.
Regular wheat unsettled wit .
good demand, closing very strong; SI U-August
and' the vear, SI Ottj Septumbei,
rl Uojf October, SI 00 November; No. '
Chicago spring, SI 01, No. 3 do 89c; No. 2
red, SI 0a. Corn active, firm and higher;
51 c and August; SOJoOo September,
5050c October, November,
4uo the year. Oato in improved demand
and stronger; 2o'ectiah, 2b'(c AugiHt,
2(5J Swpteniber,2l)3('i)2l35c October, 20c tno
year. Kye easier at G(Xi)00Jc,
Milwaukee, Aug. 15. FUur quiet and
unchanged. Wheat steady; cash or .Vi
01 J; September, $1 03; October,
?1 05. Corn Firmer; No. 2, 50Jc Rejected
44(0,4 He. Oats White, old 33c,
new 2S281c Rye Lower: No. 1, (50c;
No. 2 5Sa Barley dull and lower; No.
2, September 05c
Cincinnati, Aug. 15. Corn Wa weak
and nominal at 5051c for No. 2 mixed,
and 49049Jc for No. 8 mixed. Ear corn
was quoted 4750 as to sample, but strictly
choice was required at the outside rate.
Wheat market closed ic lower. No. 2
red was offered at tho close at SI 0GJ(ji
1 07, and longberry at SI 101 "ll.
Live Stock Market.
Cincinnati, Aug. 15. Cattle Common
to fair shippers, S4 505 25; good to
choice, S5 40(Wi5 80; good to choice butchers,
S4 2505 00; fair to medium, S3 25(n
4 00; common, S2 003 00; good to choice
cows, SI 25f4 75; good to choice heifers,
SI 85 fair to good Texans, S.3 25f
4 25, and a lew extra 50: common to
fair oxen, $2 50(W)3 50; good to choice,
?4 00(5 75; stackers and feeder, S3 5U
Gvl 50, and some light yearlings at Si 25
Hogs Tho market for packers, butchers
and heavy shippers ruled about steady,
with telect butchers' and heavy shippers',
5 20(i,5 40; fair to good packing, ! -3
($5 25; fair to good light. $5 25()5 75;
common, $1 25()4 80: culls, S3 :Jo(,4:
stock hogH.bl 255 2o.
Sheep Market shoep slow and weak,
with common to fair sheep at S2 75m
3 50; good to choice, S3 754 25, and
6omo extra at S4 50; stock wethers, S3 2o
(M 00; stock ewes, S2 753 50; culls,
1 752 50. '-&H
Lambs The market ruled quiet at
lower prices, and the low grades aio
very dull, with common to fair lambs at
54 75, good to choice, So 005 75, and
borne extra ewes at $2 753 7o.
Cuicaoo, Aug. 15. Hogs Tho market
easier, with fair to good light ut S5 40
(ci,5 DO; mixed puking, SI 705 00; choice
heavy, $5 00)5 30.
Cattle Market for fat grades firmer;
low grades dull: exports, S5 QQOj It !5j
good to choke steers, $5 40()5 80; common
to medium, $4 50()5 20.
Sheep Market activo and 1020c
lower : Inferior to fair, 2 50(n3 25; good,
$4 25; choice, $4 40.
New Yonic, Aug. 15. Cattlo Tho supply
reported is liberal, but good qualities
are scarco and higner; while low grades
re plentiful and selling lower, and the
indications are that some of the low grades
will bo left over.
LATE FRAME IMPORTATIONS.
Cabinet, Ebony and Colored Satm,
ed Mat $1 00
Cabinet, Ebony and Colored Plush, Painted
Mat . 1 50
Cabinet, all Gold, two Colors 1 OO
Scarlet Plush, Silk Embroidered.. 100
" Peacock Blue, Silk Embroidered. 1 OO
" Scarlet Plush,Sanded Gold Bands 1 OO
" u Satin Puffed Corner 1 OO
" " Star-shape opening 125
" Embossed Flower, Velvet 4 col... 12 5
" Velvet Com'n. 1 50
" Rick Plush, Sanded Gold Bands.... 1 50
" " " " Bars 1 50
" Combination Plush and Gold 150
Satin and Velvet, eight styles 50
" Ebony and Colored Satin 75
Photo, Velvet Frame, Metalic Rim 1 5
" Plush Embossed Metalic Rira 35
RSS-lo not IHil to call and
of tlie above sent by mail anywhere on reeeit of price
and postage. These goods have just been received and
will be sold in the next few days. Send all orders and
communications to Frnnlc K. Fhister, JSaysville, Ky.
DO YOU WANT TO RIDE?
Car Ticket with every tush put chase of
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
Tho practical udvantnges of this school aio
unsurnashcd. Clinic held nt City Hospital,
Maternltennd Miuylnnd Womi'irs Hospital,
nil of which beloiiK to thin bchool.
and Chemical Laboratory work
of ovcrv student. Apply lor a catalogue
to J)K. TJI4).1IAS 41IK, Dean,
;?!), N. Carey Ktrcet.
1 AT OXKOUP.
Tuition fiee toevervbody lint LawStudents.
This liiRlltullon will open its next session
27th September, 18S!t.
The cours.o is complete , the faculty Is laifjo
able and elllclent.
Tho terms are very moderate.
Tho Whole institution is open to both sexen.
For cataloupes and iulormatlou apply to
Gen. A. P. Sthwakt, Chancellor.
J3tdwlm H. il. SULLIVAN, Secretary.
opens its Forty-fifth nnnual Session Nril, ,
18S3. Persons having daughters to educate
will do well to examine its cataloguo betoru
selectim; a school.
ADVANTAGEOUS FIRST-CLASS; LOCA.
TION HEALTHFUL; TERMS MODERATE.
For catalogues address
W. 1C. N'l'VAltT. Principal,
JyCd(tw2m Shelbyvlllo, Ky.
publicity: residents ot any
State. Deserllon, Non-Support. Advice
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Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 10, Spruce St., N. Y.
14,508 Boxes sold in a year by OJNJB
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CHILLS AND FliVKK, DVHI'El'SM,
Sick 1Ikadciie, Diliouh Colic, Constipation,
UlIKUMATIHU. I'lLKS, rAM'tTATION
OF T1IK 1IKAKT, DlZZINEBS. TOKl'ID I.IVEU,
CniTKIlTclNnUE. Rlkrplemsness. and ALI.
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you tin not" feol very well." a single illl at
beMl!nu sthniilntes Hie stoninch, rwtorca
the uppetlto, Imparts vigor to the system
R,E. SELLERS & GO,, Pittsburgh, Pa.
State & Filonroo Sts,,Chlnnro
DAND CATALOGUE, '
for 165J, -.00 l'.u, IO tiifrnvlnyt
lA of Initruunnti, Built, C-p, lUlu,
Kan.l.. rirum Mntor't StntTt. latl
fl.fi. Runitrv lUn.l Ouihtk IlepftlHn?
(Mlerll,il.olnclu.lMlrulriictlotiii. 1 i-
A, R, GLASCOCK k CO I
Is the best plnco to get bargains In
look at these Frames. Any ;
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY !
Ctdl mid huv yunr u od" muI .01 a
ticket that will take juii ihiei iiillc.
restores, with tho gloss and freshness of youth,
faded or gray hair to a natural, rich brown color,
or deep black, as may bo desired, lty Its uso light
or red hair may bo darkened, thin hair thickened,
and baldness often, though not always, cured.
It checks falling of tho hair, and stimulates a
weak and sickly growth to vigor. It prevents and
euros gcurf and dandruff, and heals nearly every
dlse.'iso peculiar to the scalp. As a Ladles' Hair
Dressing, tho Viaou Is unequalled ; it contains
neither oil nor dyo, ronders tho hair soft, glossy,
and silken in appearanco, and Imparts a dellcato,
ngrecnblo, and lasting perfume.
Mh. 0. 1. llrticni'.n writes from Kirby, O., July
3, 1882 : " Last fall my hair commenced falling
out, and ia a short time I becamo nearly bald. I
used part of a bottlo of Aveii's ILvin Vioon,
which stopped tho falling of tho hair, and started
a new growth. I havo nqw a full head of hair
growing vigorously, and am convinced that but
for the uo of your preparation 1 should havo beeu
J. W. Howkjt, proprietor of tho Mc Arthur (Ohio)
Enquirer, says : " Avini'fl IIaiu Viaou is a most
excellent preparation for tho hair. I speak of It
from my own experience. Its uso promotes tho
growth nf now hair, and makes it glossy and soft.
Tho Viaou Is also a suro euro for dandruff.. Not-within
my knowledge has tho preparation ever
failed to give entire satisfaction."
Mn. Anous FAiitHAinN, leader of tho
Falrbalrn Family ''of Scottish VocaliBts,
writes from Iioton, Mau., Ftb. 0, 1880: "Ever
since my hair began to glvo silvery ovldonco of tho
chaugo which tleetiug time procureth, I havo used
Avi:ufl Haiii Viaoit, and so havo been able to
maintain an appearanco of youthfulncs a matter
of considerable consequence to ministers,
orators, actors, and In fact o cry one who lives lu
tho eyes of tho public."
Mas. O. A. ruKSCOTT, writing from 18 Elm St.,
Charlestons, Mass., April 14, MH2. says: "Two
years ago about two-thirds of my hnlr camo oif.
It thinned very rapidly, and I was fast growing
bald. On using Aykivs Haiii Viaou tho falling
stopped and a now growth commenced, and lu
about a month jny hood was completely covered
with short hnlr. It has continued to grow, and Is
now as good as beforo It fell. 1 regularly used but
ono bottlo of tho Viaoit, but now uso it occasionally
as a dressing,"
Wo havo hundreds of similar testimonials to tho
cfllcacy of Aykii's IIaiu Vioon. It needs but a
trial to convlnco tho most skeptical of its value.
Dr. J. C. Ay or & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists,
To Prohibit Street Walking.
lie it ordutned by the Hoard o Councllmen of
the City of Muimviili; That It shall bo
foruny piostlluie, white or blaelc, known
ns"stieot walkors" or any woman notoriously
known as a whore, to stand, lounco
upon, or wullc tho public streets alter the
hour of flulit o'clock p in., and it shall bo tho
duty of tho City Marshal and hl deputies-,
or any pollco olllcor, lu said city, to arrest
any and all such as may appear upon tho
public streets alter said hour, and confine
them lu tho station houso ot said city, and
if upon a trial beforo tho Mayor it appeals
that the parties so attested and confined mo
prostitutes and notorious whores and that
thoy havo violated this oidluanco they shall
bo lined the sum of not Ic-s than ono or
more than ten dollars for each and every offense.
Adopted In Council August 2, 1883.
J. P. PHISTEIt, Prosldont.
Attest: HARRY TAYLOR, City Clerk.
-RARE ATTRACTIONS IN
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
September 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 1883.
$6,000 IN PREMIUMS.
OXAU. AUKS AM) CLASSEN 4)1' SIIOWST4l'K.T
SSSOO OTV FINEST BABY, $00 OIV TOBACCO
50 QN WHEAT, Sg;30 OIN I3TJXT10K.
Other articles In proportion. The mnnnuenient have (lctermlned that It shall no Ioniser
be wild that Mils Is not a fair of lnteiest tot no larmer, stock raiser and mechanic. Thoyhavo
tddeu every atlrnutlnti a id hope the people will seethe nweslty of snxtiiliiliiif the enterprise.
MVEKYUODY WILL BE ADSUTTKI1 AT HALF PRICE ON TH E HUSl' liAY'. Wilte lor
J "VTU". Xjr.I'j3C2Nr, 3?roiclont.
ST. 00. 365:33:140 3EI. Soorotnry. jyjjdivwui
TO AGHICVLXTmiSXS AXJD OTHERS.
REAPER and MOWER season having passed, and to make loom for a laige uunibei o!
we have determined to oiler FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY, commencing July 21st,
Queen of the Harvest FAN BULLS,
Corn Shelters and Straw Cutters,
AT UXW5ECEDESTED I.OWPRICES. ALL ABE 1XVITED TO CALL.
MYALL, BILEY & PORTER,
JylCd Nos. 7, Second,
BIEHBOWER & CO.,
to A. J. F.GNFW A- CO.,j G. V. Tailor's old stand, No. Ml Mmlu'i Mitel. Miiysville,
Kentucky, announce to the J ubllc ll.nt havli g piut'limc Hie luifieM i I A. J. & Co.,
will coi unci theiovennd 'Ilu business nt tin oi u kiamW'! Ci. W.'Jiuioi on Mnikel htitet,
Mayville, Ky. The new tlrni Is composed ol practical nieii of long tajpiilente and
workmen. The best biands of
ITO VES and
will beconsinntlj kept on bund at the LOWfST I'RICES. Holding and otbtr like work
done lit the lie.-i jiiniiiifi' hi d yiuuiuili ttl toglvuMitinctlon. Attentive ami polite salesmen
ut our Ut le will glvt clnasl nit tin Ion to the wauls ol our custunieis.
b All owing by the late flnn ot A.. I. Fgntw Al'u,, will be i aid by all claims
tlue said rii in payable lo lis 1 the lernis ot tlie Ynuis Kespecttully,
TO THE PUBLIC-
(rlemls lavor ullli Iht lr ) iitioi iuv.
THE BUST FI.AOEI
luuniLui uinniLLU! iiiuiniiLi liuii
Lnltht niul most Impioved Htyles ol CookIiib nnd Heatlnu Stoves, made at 'Wheeling W
Va ol hot blast charcoal Iron, warrau ted not to havo a. lnt;le ounce ol bcraplu them. Theso
btovoH. of couiso, wear the loiiKtst.
IIOVNK HIKNINI IXfJ MH)N of nil kinds and the HeM qunllty.
lKi:itI,K.s.S in: t'ltKAIt has no complications beyond the capacity of
a child. The can sets hquarely anywhere. The dasher Is
MTTI.E JOKKK WANIIIMJ Chinp and Ellectlve. Best made.
IUI:;n or THE T WAItlt IHcAWJt.lt, which saves halt of the labor of draw-in
water from n well or cistern.
KillliY IlKEAKKAST'OKIN NTOVE, which is admitted by all who have used it
to have no. superior. Call and see it. Call and see us whether yon wish to buy or not.
aplisdiy BLATTRMAW & POWER.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of tho Kidneys.
bcpn used with most KratlfyliiK success
HAH In many obstluato cases. Prof, F.
W. Clark, professor of Chemistry at tho University
ot Cincinnati sayB this water "belongs
to tho samo class with that of tho Alleuhany
Bprlnus, ot Virginia," tho medicinal vhtues
of which are too well known to be stated bore.
Tlioso who deslro to try tills famous water
are roferrod to Captain C. W. Boyd, Levnnna
Ohio; Captain 0. M. Holloway, Cincinnati,
Ohio; .1. J. Ralpe, Cincinnati, Ohio. For sale
in half barrels and lugs by
UUS. SIMMONS, Proprietor,
ni23dS:wtf Aberdeen, Ohio.
Gi W. GEISEL,
No, 0,W, 8cconlSt.,Oip,OiiorHlIonHo,
Frultsnnd Vegetablesin season, Your patron-
oge respectfully bollcited. iHuiy
and IS, Sutton Streets MAYSVILLE, KY.
J NEW GOODS, j
;,-; "j.w t; n. ,mn
BIEREOWEK c CO.
I c lillnlly leconinieiid theabtive named tlim.aud
would bo pleased lo have my old customers and
luspecllully. (incliSmAwtoiO O.W.TUI'OR.
THWAD E ETC,
Number 13, Second stieet. three doors below
Market stieot, Maysvllle, Ky. apllDdly
0 MANUFAC T
F. L. TRAYSER,
-.Dealer in flrsNcIass:
PIANOS ? ORGANS.
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED !
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED!
Front Street, Maysville,