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A nioloim Outbreak In Ireland Ofhci
London, Aug. 9. Hon. Win. Win
Sykes, United States Consul at Canliilj
whose death lias been announced in those
dispatches, was in the 47th year of his age.
He had been in office for seven years, having
been appointed from New York in
1876. Mr. feykea was the husband of the
American uctress and lecturcss. Olive Logan.
Although he has been ill for some
time his death was unexpected. It is understood
the remains will be taken to
America for interment.
The riotous outbreaks which occurred
nt Coalbridge between tho Irish home rule
element ancl tho Orangemen were resumed
with ewn moro violonce. Parties of the
different factions assembled in the streets
at an early hour and attacked one another
with clubs and stones, and not a
few pistols were freely used.
Many received serious wounds, while
mostly all of them were moro or less
hurt. The police, who had anticipated a
renewal of the troubles, were quick to
reach tho scene of tho disturbance, but
had to charge tho mob repeatedly before
thcy desisted. In fact so fierce did the
conflict rage and so intense was tho feeling
between the fighting factions that at
the first charge of tho police both parties
turned on them and beat them back. The
police arrested twenty of the ringleader!!,
and are now patrolling tho streets.
Paiws, Aug. 20. The announcement
that the siege of Hue, tliocapitol of Anuni,
was begun on .Saturday was confirmed.
The trench have ordered the strictest
possible blockade of all the Anamese ports
from this date.
Rrnr.iN, Aug. 20. Tho German Government
has taken serious otiense at the
nomination of Vicar General Sniegon as
Sutlragon liishopof Breslnti without having
previously consulted witli the Prussian
Government, and the appointment may
still further embarrass the negotiations
with the Vatican which a littlo while ago
MAHKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Cincinnati, Aug. 20. IJutter Was
slow and selling altogether for local consumption.
Sales of creamery at 22(
2!Jc for Mngle tubs of extra: prime
to choice creamery sold at 1721c
Primo to choice dairy sold moderately
at 12(mj,15c, and packing grades were
quiet at 0(iVSc buying; low grade quoted
at (ic, and grease butter at 4o. Cheese
The demand continues fair at steady
rates. Prime to choice Ohio quoted at
'JGi'Sic, and New York at Q(u)lv.
Eggs Showed a fair firmness during the
week, but closed dull atl4Ac, loss off, with
sales. No 'options. Poultry Tin
market was dull and steady. Common
to good young chickens sold nt SI 252 'l'i
per dozen, and prime to choice at $2
6 2o; prime to choice old sold at S3 00(,
4 .50 per doz. Cabbage Market firm.
Choico homo grown, in shipping,
order sold at SI 50 por brl
and S2 50 per crate from store. Onions
Market steady and quiet. Prime lo
choice sell at $1 50(ij)l 75 per brl from
store. Tomatoes Prime to choice led
sold at 75c(f$l 25 per stand of 2 bushel,
and choice purples at $1 50(W)1 75 pi t
stand. Peaches Receipts fair and market
steady. Prime to choice sell at SI ."x
($'& 00 per bushel in crates; fancy sold at
&I 2o(a)'A 50. Plum Choice damsons sell
nt $7 008 00 per stand. Oranges
quiet and cay; messinas sell nt $5 00
(J 00 per box. Ivcmons In fair supply
and steady; prime to choico selling at
S4 o0(i)(5 00 per box; choico in cases Tu'K
at $7 0W'V7 50. Potatoes Market steady;
choice stock in bulk sold from wagons at
S'JOcSl 00 per brl, and from store in
shipping order at $1 25 per brl. Sweet
potatoes Primo to choice fresh Eustorn
stock quoted at S3 004 00 per brl.
Cincinnati, Aug. 20. Wheat. The
market was less active and easier, closing
with sellers of No. 2 rod at $1 07J, and
buyers at SI 07. Longberry was steady nt
SI 091 12, aa to sample. Corn Wiw in
good local demand for spot, sellers holding
nt 53c for No. 2 mixed and No. 3 mixed.
Sales of car corn to arrive at 5152c. for
choice lots. Oats Were easier, closing at
27o for No. 3 mixed, and 28c. for No. 2
mixed. No. 2 white scarce, and held at
Chicago, Aug. 20. Flour dull and unchanged.
Wheat: Regular, inactive and
lower: SI 01:J, August, September and the
year; Si 04j0l 04, October; SI 0(1, November;
No. 2 Chicago spring, $101 ft No.
3 do., i)0c; No. 2 red, SI 08. Corn dull
and a shade lower: oOjc, cash; 50J(i51o.,
August; 50J(ii,5li', September; 49 Jo, October;
48c, November; 45c, the year. Oats
dull: 2(Sc, cash; 2(lc, August; 25(w25.C
September; 2(il(12Ujc, October; 25.1c, tiie
year. Rye weaker at (iOc. Parley quiet
and firm: GOc, cash; (l.'!c, September
I.ltc Ntocli MnrltclK.
Cincinnati, Aug. 20. Cattle Common
to fair shippers, $4 50()5 25; good to
choice, $5 4Uiri ti 00; good to choice hutch-
eis,S4 2')Qiyl 75; fair to medium, S3 2')Ql
S4; common, S2 0o(a3 00; good to choice
iowo, ;i uu( 'I oU; good to choice heilers,
4 25(w;4 75; fair to good Toxins, S3 2"r$
4 25; common to fair oxen, $2 b0( 3 50;
good to choice, S3 75( 4 75: stackers and
feeders, S3 75(W4 50, and a few extra at
S4 75, and some light yearling calves at
S2 f0fi3 50.
I loj,s Select butchers' and heavy shippers',
S5f 5 25; fair to good 75
(c(,5 10; fair to good light, So 15Qn5 05;
common, $-1 15(7i4 70; culls, S3 254 10;
stock hogs, S4 255 25.
Sheep common to fair shippers, S2 50(VT
3 50; good to choice, S3 754 25, and
somo extra at S4 75; stock wethers, S3 25
4 00: stock ewes, WJ 70(u3 50; culls,
SI 75(7.12 50.
VeaT Calves Common and large sold
at S3 506; fair to good light at SO 50
7 50, and 6ome extra at $7 7508.
CmcACio, Aug. 20. Hogs Tho market
was strong, with fair to good light at
$5 205 80; mixed packing, $4 60
4 85; choice heavy, So 00(3)5 25.
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-- .- .f dhM
Cabinet, Ebony and Colored Satin, Painted
Mat $1 00
Cabinet, Ebony and Colored Plush, Paint-
edMat 1 50
Cabinet, all Gold, two Colors 1 OO
Scarlet Plush, Silk Embroidered.. 100
" Peacock Blue, Silk Embroidered. 1 OO
J Scarlet Plush,Sanded Gold Bands 1 OO
" " Satin Puffed Corner 1 OO
' " u 125
tJ Embossed Flower, Velvet 4 col... 125
" " Velvet Com'n. 1 50
" Rich Plush, Sanded Gold Bands.... 1 50
" " " " " Bars 1 50
i4 Combination Plush and Gold 1 50
" Satin and Velvet, eight styles 50
" Ebony and Colored Satin 75
Photo, Velvet Frame, Metalic Rim 1 5
" Plush Embossed Metalic Rim 35
not fail to call and
of the above sent by mail anywhere on receipt oi price
and postage. These goods have just been received and
will be sold in the next few days. Send all orders and
communications to Frank fi. Fluster. Haysville, Ky.
DO YOU WANT TO RIDE?
Frank H. Phlster will glvo oil nStieot
Car Ticket with every cash pin chase of
COM.I.UK or i
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
Tho practical advantaResof this school are
uii8urpnhM?d. ( llnliw held at City Hospital,
Mnternlipand Maryland Women's Hospital,
all of which helonu to this
and Chemical Laboratory work
stiu'ent. AppK for n catalogue
to IHUTIIO.IIAS olIi;. Dean,
3(J, N. I'aiey striot.
rnni: uxiVKiisrri or mim.iksi fin,
X AT OXFOilD.
Tuition free to every l)oily but l.awStudonlc.
This Institution will open Its t.ext session
271 h September, ISSIt.
The course Is conipleto , tiie faculty is hugo
able and elllclent.
Tho terms arq very moderate.
Tho Whole institution Is open to both eexes.
For catalonires and lnlnrmatlou apply to
Gen. A. P. Stkwaiit, Chancellor.
jaidwlni II. M. SULLIVAN, Secretary.
opens its Forty-fifth annual Session Sept, It,
188:$. Persona having daughters to eoucate
will do well to examine its catalogue belore
selecting a school.
ADVANTAGEOUS ; LOCATION
HEALTHFUL; TERMS MODERATE.
For catalogues address
W. U. STUAKT, Principal,
JyC(htw2m Sheibyvllle, Ky.
piihlicity: residents of any
State. Desertion, Non-Support. Advice
and applications for stamp. W. H. LEE,
Att'y, aat) ii' way, N. Y .
Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 10, Spruce St., N.Y.
14,608 Boxos sold in a year by OWE
II tr ii,f -- i
Act Directly on tiie Liver.
Conns Chills a.vii Kkvrii. DYsi'KfHiit.
Hick Hkuuche, iti.:oim Colic,
OF T1IK IlKAIlT, t'IZZlNKA'. TOUl'lD I.1VKH,
COATICDToNOUK. KLKrl'LKtfNESH. AND A LI.
Disease or tiiu Livkh and Htumacu, If
ydu'riQ iibfieel vpryAveJl." a, single jlll at,
LeIttmil.'tlmmiitei' the stoWoch. rvatorfcs
uieniipQie, unpens vigor to uioBjBicm
R.E, SELLERS & CO., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Stale & Monroe Sls..Chlcano.
Will tend pretutMt" any a.Mrt'Mt til '
, BAND OATAUOQUC, '
I of InitruintiiU, tuli, lllu,
IPomnoot. EtvinUti. CiTvIjiivin.
Sl.uJi. Drum AliDor1. StftfTt. Add
I'UjU, Sumlry Ilnn.l O ithU. Iltmlrln
i....lcnai .iu iii.iruf i.i'i. hii.i .... ttU4
atrciun ior Aiuaivur a&a a laiauif l.
ef Cbolui iiauS llu.ic
A, R GLASCOCK k CO i!
In tho best place to get bargains in
I i n ' ft i i
look at these Frames. Any j
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
Cull ami bin yi oi' - od" and ei a
ticket tliitl will take you thite inlle.
Hair Vigor i
restores, with tho glo?s and freshness of youth,
faded or gray hair to a natural, rich brown color,
or deep black, as may bo desired. By its liso light
or red hair may bo darkened, thin hair thickened, i.
nml baldness ofteti, though not always, cured.
It checks falling of tho hair, and stimulates a
weak and sickly growth to ylgor. It provents and
euros scurf and dandruff , and licak nearly every
dl?enso peculiar to tho scalp. As a Ladles Hair
Dressing, tho Vioon Is unequalled ; it contains
netthor oil nor dye, renders tho hair soft, glossy,
and sllkon in appearauco, and Imparts a delicate,
agreeable, and lasting perfume.
JIu. C. P. IimciiF.R writes from Klrby, O., July
3, 1W2 : " Last fall my hair commenced falling
out, nnd In a short tlmo I became nearly bald. I
used part of a bottle- of AVER'S lLun Vioon,
which stopped tho falling of tho hair, and started
a new growth. I have now a full head of hair
L'rouiiiL' viuorouslv, and am convinced that but
for tho usobf yourpreparatlou I should have been
.1. W. Howkn, proprietor of tho Mc Arthur (Ohio)
Enquirer, says : "A vim's Haiu Vioon is a most
excellent preparation for tho hair. I speak of It
from my own experience. Its uso promotes tho
prowth of new hair, and makes It glossy and soft.
Tho Vioon Is alo a sure euro for dandruff. Not
within my knowledge, has tho preparation ever
failed to glvo entire satisfaction."
Sin. Axons Faiiuiairx, leader of tho celebrated"
Falrbalrn Family ''of Scottish Vocalists,
writes from Jloston, Mats.,Ftb. C, 1880: "Ever
since my hntr began to glvo silvery cvidencoof tho
change which llcoting time procuroth, I have used
AVKii's Haiu Vioon, and so havo been abloto
maintain an appearance of youthfulness a matter
of considerable consequonce to ministers,
orators, actors, and In fact every ono who lives in
tho eyes of tho public."
Mns. O. A. PitKseoTT, writing from 18 Elm St.,
Charkstown. Mass., April II, 1882, says: "Two
years ago about two-thirds of my hair carao olL
It thinned very rapidly, and I was fast growing
bald. On using Aykivs Haiu Vioon tho foiling
stopped nnd a now growth commenced, and In
about a month my head was completely covered
with short hair. It has continued to grow, and Is
now as good as before it foil. I regularly used but
ono bnttlo of tho Viuoit, but now uso It occasionally
as a dressing."
Wo havo hundreds of similar testimonials to tho
efflcacy of Avnu's Haiu Vioon. It needs but a
trial to convince tho most skeptical of its valuo.
Dr. J. C. Ayer &. Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
To Prohibit Street Walking.
lie it ortlalmil by the Hoard of Councllmcn of
the City 0 Muyavilh; That It s.hnll he
for any piostliuio, whlto or hlnek, known
as "street walkers'' or any woman notoriously
known as a whore, to stand, louugo
upon, or wnlk the public streets alter the
hourof right o'clock p in., aud it shall bo tho
duty of too City Marshal nnd hN deputies,
or any pollco ofllcer, In said city, to arrest
any nnd nil such as may appear upon tho
publla streets after said liour, nnd con lino
them In tho station houso ot said city, aud
if upon n, trial beforo tho Mayor it appears
that the parties so arrested nnti cdnflued nro
prostitute nnd notorious whores aud that
they have violated this ordinance they shall
bo lined tho sum of not less thnu one or
moro than ten dollars for each and every offense.
Adopted in Council August 2, 18S3.
J; P. PHIHTEH, President.
Attest i HARRY TAYLOR, City Clerk.
BSRARE ATTRACTIONS IN
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
September 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 1883.
p A 1
$6,000 IN PREMIUMS.
MrLIUKItAI. PKEMIOIN ON A Mi AG1IS AM) CLASSES OF SHOW.STOfU.TTH
$SOO OTV FINEST BBY, i$00 GTS TOBACCO
iGO OIS WHEAT, 30 OTX I3TJXXli:jL.
Other nrticlrs In propnitlon. The" management have detet mined that Itshnllno longer
bo said that thK is not n fair of Interest to tnelai.mer, stork raiser and mechanic. They have
.ddot every attraction and hope the people will seethe necexltvol Mistnlnlna the
EVERYHODY WILL HE ADMITTED AT HALF PHICK ON THE HHSl' 1A Y. Write lor
u. X. Socrotary. jyiUdtVwui
SPECIAIi NOTICE! !
TO AGRICULTURISTS AXI OTIFERS.
KEAPEK and MOWER season having passed, and to make room for a large number of
W H EAT DRILLS, BUGGiES, &c
we have determined to offer FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY, commencing July 21st,
. , , ', 0 i v i
Queen of tho Harvest FAN MILLS,
Corn Shellers and Straw Cutters,
AT UXPHECEDEXTED LOW PRICES. ALL ARE INTITED TO CALL.
MYALL, RILEY & PORTER,
V"J" IT. i TW '
BIERBOWER & CO.,
to A. J. hGXFW & CO.,) G. V. Tiulor's old stand. No. HI) Mm ket street. Maysville,
Kentucky, announce to the j ubllc tlmt liavli g the i A. J. Kgneu & to.,
V'1" 0,,.,,.",,?l tuoSiove nnd Tin busine.f,nt the i n ktamoi G. W. Tudoi on .Miuket stieet,
.Maysville, Ky. Tin- new firm is composed of practical tt long ti'pei fence and
clti&b workmen. The beit biandsof
will he cfnMiiml kept mi hand at the LOWFST PP.K FH. Koojing and other like work
done In the best ninimei ai d gunianiitd to give tntliacUiu. Attentive ano iiolltehalebinen
at ourst(ie v 111 give clouM uttcnilim to the Mintioi
- i) I.1 'ell'K "Wli g by the at Hun ot A. J. Evniw & i o., wlil be aid by us and all claims
duo wild tlrni lo usbj the leimsol tho Youis Kfspeet fully,
TO THE PUBLIC
frlHialx tpvm 11 vin v It), il hii ,piijnpnve.
THE BEST PLACE
nTmirn OnlTro tm
51 U to hna to,
Blatterman & Power's.
Latest and niosi impioved styles ol Cooking pud Heatlnc Stoves, innde nt Wheeling. W
Va ot hot bhiM charcoal Iron warranted not to havoa .single otiuceot bcinp hi them. Theto
btovps. of conrse, ear the longest.
IKIVNK FIUtMSIl ING iti)S of nil kinds nnd the Pest ounllty.
PKKKI.F.SH K'K 'UKA.U has no complications beyond the capacity of
a child. The can feets squarely nny where. The dasher Is
MTTI.E JOKKK MAMIINU MAt Clunp and EiTectlve. Pest made.
, UUEKN OF THE M EST WATEK JHtAWl.lt, which saves half of the labor of
water from a well or cistern.
ElItEY lilt EAli FAST oiilN which lsndmltted bynll who hove used It
to havo no superior. Call and tee it. Call and us whether you whh to buv or not.
apllWly BIATTEEMAN & POWER.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of the Kidneys.
HAS been used with most gratifying
In many obstinate cases. Prof, F.
W.Clark, professor of Chemistry nt tho University
ol Cincinnati snys this water "bolongs
to tho same class with that of tho Alleghany
Sprint's, of Vlrglnin," tho medicinal virtues
of which are too well known to be stnted here.
Thoso who desire to try this famous water
nro referred to Captain C. W. Boyd, Levnnna
Ohio; Captain C. M. Hollowny, Cincinnati,
Ohio; J. J. Ralpe, Cincinnati, Ohio. For faille
in half bnrielsnnd nigs by
u us. bu! Jtiuaiu, rroprieior,
m23d&wtf Aberdeen, Ohio.
O; W; GEISEL,
No. 0,W. HccoiulSt.,ip.OnerfHon8c,
age respectfully tolicite.d. IHdly
No. 7,Pecond,and IS, Sutton Streets, MAYSVILLE, KY.
1 c ldnilly U'comiiifnii fiieaiiove named flrm, and
"would !)' nlnnsHil lo hnvo mv nlil fni.tntnitK nnd
hi.f. fmcliiW Awiinil G. W.'TU.IiOIt.
mm E, ETC !
tCJ!V7frBSK .V. ,Jl . f
mid Work M'AKUAJVTEIK
Number 43, Seond street, three doors below
Market btreet, Maysville, Ky. apllDdly
F. L. TRAYSER,
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED I
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED!
Front Street, Mnysville,