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A CnrlonM Outbreak Ilcportctl In Connecticut.
"Washington, Aug. 23. The Treasury
Department has received a letter from Dr.
Thayer, of the United States Cattle Commission,
in which he reports un outbreak
of lung platjuo among cattle at
Salem, Connecticut. The disease firsl
appeared among cattle owned by Mr. 1
E. Williams, of that place, and it is
thought it was brought there bv a cow
from a herd recently imported to this country.
The herds infected are in quarantine by
order of the State Commission, who will
do their best to prevent the spread of the
An Important Organization Just
"Waco, Texas, Aug. 23. The Lumbei
Dealers' Convention, met with delegates
from all parts of the State. The object of
, the Convention was the organization of a
State association from whicli millmcn will
be excluded ; also arrange for uniformity
in the price of lumber. Tlie movement is
important, inasmuch as this branch of
trade has assumed gigantic proportions in
Texas, already one linn represented in the
Convention owning and operating yards at
twenty-six different points in the State.
Exporters were excluded from tlio deliberations.
Tho Ronton CIllllPHO Decision 'ot
San Fiiancisco, Aug. 23. Judge Nelson's
Boston Chinese decision creates a
sensation here. The interpretation of the
Boston court is not considered as binding
here. Hopes arc expressed that the question
will bo carried to the Supremo Court
of the United States; that under no circumstances
will the yellow flood again be
cermitted to fctrcaminto this port.
MARKETS bV " TELEGRAPH.
Cincinnati, Aug. 23. Butter Dairy
arrives in poor order, and very little is
belling; consumers prefer creamery at the
rates; Jnney creamery sold at 22(i23o for
single tubs and prune to choice at 17
21c. Prime to choice dairy met with
a moderate trade at 1215c, and parking
grades were quiet at (5()Sc buying;
low grade quoted at lie, and grease buttei
nt 4(5. Cheese The demand continue'
fair at steady rates. 1'rime to choiui
t Ohio quoted at 7fSje, and New York
at 10l0t)llc. Ejj'gs Quiet but firm at
14'(j,loo for choice fresh stock. Poultry
There was a fair movement at previous
prices. Common to good young eliielv
ens sold at Si 2o(j2 2o per dozen, and
prime to choice at $2 503 2o; laney
springers would bring S3 7o(T'4 00 ne"1
dozen; prime to choice old sold at 5?3 I"
($4 50 per dozen. Cabbage Market
choice home grown, sold at Si i.
por brl and $2 2o()2 50 per crate fiii.i
store. Onions Market steady and quiei.
Prime to choice sell at Si 501 75 ki
brl from store. Tomatoes Prinio to
choice red sold at 5075c per stand of '
bushels, and choice purples at $1V1 2
per st4iid. Peaches Market well
and easy; prime to choice sell a
i2 00(W2 50 per bushel in crates; fane
sold at S3 00(i,3 25; basket lots of Jersey
stock sold at SI per basket. Plums-Choice
damsons sell at $7 50(58 50 pi
stand and green gauge at $9 00,10
Potatoes Market steady; choice stock ii
bulk sold from wagons at Si 00 per bi
and from store in (shipping order a
SI 25 per brl. Sweet potatoes Prnm
to choice fresh yellow quoted at S-l 0v
5 00 per brl., and red at 2 002 50.
Xi:v Yoisk, Aug. 23 Flour Dull
prices, however, without decided change
Wheat (MC lower, dull and heavy. o
1 white, nominal ; No. 2 red,
SI 17J; September, Si 17J1 181; "November,
SI 221(rjl 22 J. Corn Shack
better and quiet: Mixed "Western, spot, 5.
GOc; futures, 01J04c. Oats Shade
stronger: Western, 38 18c.
Cincinnati, Aug. 23. "Wheat The
market was tinner and less active, No.
red selling at SI 08 straight at the
and choice longberry at SI lll 12.
Oats Were in better demand and linn at
29c buying for No. 2 mixed, with sales, No.
2 white quotable at 3233o, and No. 3
white at 31c; No. 8 white, 6pot, track, 31c
No. 2 mixed, spot, track, 29c. Rye Wat
easy and dull, selling at the close at 58(7
67 Ic for No. 2; 1,000 bu No. 2, spot, track",
ofdat58c. Corn Was firmer intone,
innt ltnltif. in linMnw .aminot n.l silltn. .. .
52j53o for track lota ol No. 2 mixed,
but not reported un the books; JSo. 3 mixed
sold at ole. Ear corn was nominal at
50(o)53c for piime to clioico samples.
1.1 ve Stock jMiirhetn.
Cincinnati, Auj?. 23. Cattle Common
to fair shippers, $4 50(5 25; good to
choice, S5 40(.b' 00; good to choice
25 4 75, and somo extra, S5 00;
fair to medium, S.5 25fn S4 00; common,
S2 00(jH 00: good to cTioice cows. 51 00
(W)4 50; good to choice heifer. St 25fr
4 75; fair to good 'JVx.uii, S3 25r4 25;
common to fair oxen, S2 oO.'n 3 50;
good to choice, &l 7(a4 75; Mockers and
tceders, S3 7o()4 50, and a few extra at
$4 75, and some light yearling calves at
S2 r0(jj;3 50.
Hogs Select butchers' and heavy shippers',
So 15((i5 10; fair to good packing,
5-1 75((ti5 15; fair to good light, S5 2U
5 75T common, SI O0'fr;l 70; culls, SJ 00
Qi)- 00- stock hogs, SI 25f.5 25.
Sheep and Lambs The market was
quiet audetsy lor tho best classes and
very dull for the ,Iow grades, with
common to fair at 2 50(3 50; good t
clioice, S3 75(jj4 50, and some oxtra at
SI 75; stock wethers, S3 204 00; stock-ewes,
&2 753 50; culls, Slo0)2 50.
Lambs Market was quiet and easy for
the best grades, with the low grades very
dull, weak sale at 4 004 75; good to
clioice, S5 00(t5 50, and some extra at
SO 00; culls, $2 76Yj3 75.
Chicago, Aug. 23. Hogs Tho market
was firm, with fair to good light at
S5 155 90; mixed packing, S-l 00
5 05; choice heavy, S3 105 50.
Cattle Market slow, weak and easier;
exports, $5 900 30; .good to choice
shinning, S5 105 75.
Sheep Market active and weak; inferior
to fair, ?2 002 75; good, S3 25;
choice, $3 50.
New Yonic, Aug 23. Cattle Common
to native steers, 1 C71GEG 40 per cwt
Cabinet, Ebony and Colored Satin, Paint-
ed 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
" Scarlet Plush,Sanded Gold Bands 1 OO
" " " Satin Puffed Corner 1 OO
" " Star-shape opening 125
" Embossed Flower, Velvet 4 col... 1 25
" Velvet Com'n. 1 50
" Ilich Plush, San.ded Gold Bands.... 1 50
" " " . " Bars 1 50
Combination Plush and Gold 1 50
" Satin and Velvet, eight styles 50
" Ebony and Colored Satin 75
Photo, Velvet Frame, Metalic Rim 15
" Plush Embossed Metalic Rim 35
jSTDo not fail to cull and look at these Frames. Any
of the above sent by mail anywhere on receipt 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 Frank IS. Phister, JSuysvillc, Ky.
DO YOU WANT TO RIDE?
Frank It. PhMer will RiveouaMicer
Car Ticket with every cash
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
The prnt'tical advantages of this rehool aie i
( Hole held at City Hospital, '
tMator'Uteanci .Maryianu woincirsiioxpawi,
all of which beloi k to this school.
and Chemical Laboratory work
evuy student. Applv for a cata
logue to JUt. TJIOHAS ol'IK. Dean,
SO, N.Carej stnet.
riMlK UXIVKRMT'V OFMISMSSI VI
JL AT OXFORD.
Tuition free to t'Vcivbody hut l.awBtudcntK.
This lnslltutiou will open its next session
27tli Seplciiilior. ISNU.
The course is complete , the faculty is laige
able and clllclont.
The terms are very moderate.
Tho whole institution is open to both r,exc.
For cntaloupes and inloi million apply to
Oen. A. P. Stkwakt, riiaucellnr.
JSldwlm H. M. BULLIVAN, Secretary.
opens its Forty-fifth annual 8esson Sent, 3,
1883. Persons having daughters to educate
will do well to examine Its catalogue bclore
selecting a school.
ADVANTAGEOUS FIRST-CLARS; LOCA-TION
HEALTHFUL; TERMS MODERATE.
For catalogues address
W. . STUAIIT, Principal,
JyCd&wSm Hhelby villo, Ky.
publicity: residents of any
DIVORCES-NO Non-Support. Advice
mid applications for stamp. W. II. LEE,
Att'y, 230 B'way, N. Y.
Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 10, Spruce St., N.Y.
14,508 Boxes sold in a year by OWE
Act iMrectly on tlie Liver.
Cones Cnn.t.s and Vr. kii, Dysitiwia,
Hick IIkadaciik. Himoim Colic,
HiiKOMATibU, IMles, PalpItation
OK IKK UKAllT, VlXZlSKKH, TOUI'lD I.IVKH,
Coated Tonoub, Rlkkplfjnkss, and alt.
DlNEASKS Or TUB I.IVKH AND HTOUACK. If
you do not "feel very well." a single pill at
beil'tlme stimulates Hie stomach, restored
the appetite, Imparts vigor to the system.
R.E, SELLERS & CO,, Pittsburgh, Pa.
StatoA Monroa Sts., Chicago. sym
Will lend prrl 1 1" anymMrml tlr 7 W
BAND OAT ALQULE, 'I
for W) rw. 'Iu l'.njriif
of loilruuwiiu. Si Hi, t"p, lIu,
1 1A Rl.n.la. Tlrtltn Mmor't SUtfu Alii
lluli, Sundry urn I intnu, iunvia(
MltrtilsB.olnc'ui'r liiitnirllonii'l JL&
for Amslrnr laudi. Mil ClluiU
tit Ctiotct Uiiiil Mu.lc
A. R. GLASCOCK & GO H
Is tho best place to get bargains In
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY !
Call mid bu yinr a .od and iei a
ticket that will take jou time mile.
Mays vi Up, Ivy.
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. By its uso light
or red hair may bo darkened, thin hnlr thickened,
anil baldness often, though not always, cured.
It chucks' falling of the hair, and stimulates a
weak and sickly growth to vigor. It prevents and
cures scurf and dandruff, and heals nearly every
dlsonso peculiar to tho scalp. As a Ladles' Hair
Dressing-, tho Vioou Is unequalled ; it contains
neither oil nor dye, renders tho hair soft, glossy,
and silken in appearanco, ii'nd Imparts a delicate,
ngrccablc, and lasting perfume.
Mn. C. P. Bmcitnrt writes from Kirby, O., Juhj
3, 1881 : " Last fall my hair commenced falling
out, and In a short thno I became nearly bald. I
used part of a bnttlo of Avmt's HAin Vioort,
which stopped tho falling of tho hair, and started
a new growth. I have now a full head of hair
growing vigorously, and am convinced that but
for tho uso of your preparation I should havo been
J. W. Uowkn, proprietor of tho Mc Arthur (Ohio)
Enquirer, says : " Aybr'h Uaik Vioou is a most
excellent preparation for tho hair. I speak of It
from my own experience. Its uso promotes tho
crow th of now hair, and makes It glossy and soft.
Tho Vioou Is also a suro euro for dandruff. Not
v I thin my knowledge has tho preparation ever
failed to glvo entile satisfaction."
Mn. Anous FAmnAiHN, leader of tho
" Falrbalrn Family "of Scottish Vocalists,
writes from Jloston, Mass., Feb. 6, 1880: "Ever
since my hair began to glvo silvery ovidenco of tho
change which tleetlngtiiuo procuroth. I havo used
AYKit's llAllt Viooit, and so havo been ablo to
maintain an appearanco of youthfulness a mat-ter
of considerable conscquenco to ministers,
orators, actors, and In fact every ouo who lives iu
tliu oyes of tho public."
Mas. O. A. Pukscott. wrltlnn from 18 Elm St..
Chnrlestown. Mass., April 14, 1882, says : " Two
years ago about two-thirds of my hair camo olf.
It thinned very rapidly, and I was fast growing
bald. On using Aykivs Haiu Vioou tho falling
stopped and a now growth commenced, and In
about a month my head was completely covered
with short hair. It lias continued to grow, and is
uowasgoodasbeforoltfoll. 1 regularly used but
one bottlo of. tho Vioou, but now uso it occasionally
as a dressing."
Wo havo hundreds of similar testimonials to tho
cfllcacy of Ayeh's Haiii Vioou. It needs but a
trial to conviuco tho most skeptical of Its value.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
To Prohibit Street Walking.
lie it ariluinal blithe Hoard oj Councllmcn of
the Oltyof MuyniUe, 'Unit It shnll bo unlawful
forauy piostltuio, white or black, known
ns "street walkeis'' or any woman notoriously
known ns a whore, to stand, lounge
upon, or wiillt the pnbllo streets alter tho
hour of eight o'clock p in., and it shall bo tho
duty ol tho City Maishal and hN deputies,
or nny pollco ofllcor, in snld city, to arrest
any and all such as may appear upon tho
public Btieets after said lioiuyand contlno
them iu tho station house ot said city, and
if upon a trial befora the Mayor It appears
that the parties o ai rested aiul confined nro
prostitutes and notorious whores and that
they have violated this oidlnauco they shall
bo fined tho sum of not less than ono or
moro than ton dollars for each and every offense.
Adopted in Council August 2, 1883.
J. P. PHISTER. President.
Attest : HARRY TAYLOR, City Cleik.
BB COME AT LAST! m&
:Tho greatest te luctlon ever known In the history of:
Farm Wagons, Wheat Drills,
Cider Mills, Wire Fencing Fan Mills, Etc.,
But the moBi remarkable of all Ik tho asto Hiding LOW PRICK ol tho GENUINE
Manufactured Expressly For Us
From tho host material found In America, thus enabling us to wnnnut It equal tn any made
In this or any oilier countiy. Lame Invoices are now bolmr for tuu Fair. All are
luvltcd to cull and nee the work whether they doslio to purchase or not.
MYALL, RILEY & PORTER,
No. 7, Second, and 18, Sutton Sts.,
C2TRARE ATTRACTIONS IN
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
September 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 1883.
$6,000 IN PREMIUMS.
Foot B aces,
BSri.IIJEUAI. I'KKMIOIS ON AM. AUKS AM) i'l.ASKKS OI' SIKMV
$SOO OTS J?I3VKJSJX33KY, tOO ON TOBACCO
50 OIV WHEAT, 30 OPST BXJTXJiJK.
Other articles In proportion. The management have determined that It shall no longer
he wild Hint this is not a fair of inteies) to the tanner, stock raiser and mechanic. They have
ddeit every attraction ami hope tho people will heotlie noccslty of iiistalnlnc theenterpilM)'
EVFItt BODY WILL HE ADMITTED AT HALF PKICF. ON THE IitST DAY. Write for
pi 0 "V7V7". 7Cr.1,SOn0'. rrosicloiit.
ST. ID. X5CDE:XX03E;, Socrofary. jyiMditwui
' f w HTrrmr n rv, ,mnrm -n
NEV FIRM. J
BIERBOWEH & CO.,
(HuccpMirs to A. J. V GNEW & CO ,)G. W. Tudor's old stand. No. Mi Maikei street. May.svllle,
Kentucky, announce to lbe uhllc tlint hnvli g puiehnsei ihe liteu". n A. J. ew A I o.,
will conduct mid 'I in the i u rAnot G. W. Tudoi on Maiket stieet,
.Maysvuie, Ky. inu new nun is composed oj
class workmen. '1 lie best biandsof
k-J JL V V JLLliJr i XX KA
will he constantly kepi on bund at the PRli FH. Roofing and other like work
done In tho best niaimei at d juinnuiU'cil to gUesathlnclbui. Attentive and polite salesmen
ai our stole will give closest ntlenilonio the vnnts ol mu custmneis.
" All debts owing by 'he- late film ol A. .1. & Co., will be aid by us mid nil claims
due said him me puyi.hht lo us by the tutus of the pun-haw. You is Pespectfully,
7 TKE PUBLIC-
tileiiiiH inni ilitin v.lil il ii-1 nlioi me.
THE BEST FLAOE
)UiiniLO mniiiLLU) iiiumin.) liuij
I nlest and most impioved styles ol Croklng nnd IJentiim Stoves, made at Wheeling, W
Va,. ot hot blast charcoal iron.wnrrauted not to havea .single ounceol scrnpln them, Theso
MnvrH. of course, wear the longest.
IIOUNK Jl'ItMSiriKG;MH)S of nil lcinds rnd the Best quality.
li;i:itIlN K'K OltF.A.n has no complications beyond the capacity of
a child. The can sets squarely auywhere. The dasher is
I.rjTI.K JOHKlt nAMlI.MJ Effective. Rest made.
! QUKKN OF tiik WA1 K JHtAWl.lt, which saves halt of the labor of
water from a well or cistern.
KKJ.Y ItltKAKKAS'l OOKIA KTOVK, which Is ndinittcd by nil who have used it
to have uo superior. Coll and see it. Call and see us whether you wNh to buy or not.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
HAH hern used with most gratifying
in many obstlunto cases. Prof, F.
W.OlarU, professor of CheinNtry at the University
ot Cincinnati says this water "belongs
to the same class with that of tho Alleghany
Spilncs, ot Virglnin," tho medicinal virtues
oi which are too well known to he stated here.
Thoso whodesiio to try this famous water
are referred to Captain C. W. Boyd, Levanna
Ohio; Captain C. At. Holloway, Cincinnati,
ODlo; .1. J. Ralpe, Cincinnati, Ohio. For sale
in half banels and jugs by
OUS. SIMMONS. Pronrietor.
m23d&wtf Aberdeen, Ohio.
Gi W. GEISEL,
No, 0,W. Necoml N(.,ii.itorn llonsn,
Fruits and Vegetablesln soason. Yonrpatron
no respectfully solicited. (Hdly
pructirai inen 01 Kiny expeiieu(eauu
JL JL VV VLA.JLti2j
BIERBOXVER Sc CO.
f c rdlally recommend thoahovenamcil firm, and
"would be" pleased to have my old customers ami
I esieiiiully. firthSnoAwitnO G. W.TUI'OR.
BliATTERMAN & POWER.
rVAIlOootlHUiul Work WAKItAKTtI).
Number -13, Second stieet. three doois below
Market stieet, Maysville, Ky. npUUdly
M F T
F. L. TRAYSER,
tDenlor iu flrst'Clnssi
PIANOS I ORGANS.
ALL INSTRUMENTS WAfiRANTED !
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED!
Front Street, Maysville.