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The loss by the Masonlo Temple flro In
Now York is from $45,000 to $55,000.
The Crown rrlnco Frederick William
has postponed his roturn to Gormany until
The President has rocojrniRod Frodorlck
Tynto "Warburton as British Vice Consul at
Nowport News, V.
The commorcfal crisis In Southern Russia
Is Increasing. Tho prlco of corn has
fallen from fourteen to eight roubles.
Extensive snow-storms havo prevailed
throughout parts of Germany. In Prussian
. Baxony trains aro blockadod by drifts.
THE value of exports from the United
States during October was $73,589,709 and
of merchandise imported $57,508,183.
Gustavuh Vandknburcj, r Swede, wasJ
run Over by a work train at 'iccumscii,
Mich., and both legs were cut off. Me may
FniNCE Bismahck's physicians report his
health good. Thoy explain their frequent
visits to Fredcricksruhebytho illness of tho
Princess Bismarck, who suffers irom catarrh
of the stomach.
TnE Chicago clothing house that offered
Sergeant Mason a position, has recoivod a
lottor from him from Locust Grovo. Va.,
etatlng that he accepts tholr offer and will
begin work after a lengthy visit at homo.
Henry J. Millwaiid, a prominont mechanical
engineer of Springflold, III., and
bi other of Frank Millward, Into United
States Commissioner to the Paris Exposition,
blow out his brains Saturday.
A Finn: at Somervllle, Tonn., burnod
Hamblett'a confectl6nory, Henrlck's tailor
shop, Williams &. Car's livery stable, and
threo brick offices. The damages are over
Admiral Couiuikt has assumed duties
attachod to tho ofllco of tho French Civil
Commission to Tonquln, heretofore performed
by Dr. Harmand, who is about returning
Two sons of John Btovonson, an Eng
lishman, whilo drawing ribs in the Standard
mines, at Mt. Pleasant, Pa., weio
caught by a fall of slate. James, tho
youngor, was instautly killed, whilo tho
othor oscapod with a broken leg.
The final deposit of $100 a sido for tho
walking match between Georgo II. Hosmur,
the oarsman, and J. II. Gallagher's unknown,
which takes placo at Concert Hull,
Boston, was posted with Miko Gleason, tho
stake holder, Saturday ovenlng.
A statement to tho effect that negotiations
aro pending between the Caiiudlun
Pacific and Grand Trunk Railway Companies,
and that the proprietors of the
Grand Trunk in England aro buying up
Canadian Pacific stock, is ofllcially denied
by the Grand Trunk authorities.
Jakes Wilbur and James Bunton, gamblers,
of Saginaw, had a quarrel over a
game of cards at Carrollton, Mich., Saturday
night. Wilbur knockod Bunton down
and was pounding him, whou Bunton drew
a knife and stabbed Wilbur fatally. Ha
died Sunday morning.
Trouble Within tho Fold.
New Haven, Conn.. Doc. 2. Rov. Mr.
Mullock has rosfgued the pastorate of tho
West Winsted Congregational church because
of internal dissensions. Some timu
ago Mrs. Parsons' brother and husband
wcro expolled from church. Since then
she bos created a groat Bonsation in town
by writing diatribes against tho pastor ami
prominent members of the church, accusing
them of impure lives and of winking
at one another's violations of jnorality.
Tho affair is likely to developo into a
An Actress Wants a DUorco,
St. Louis, Dec. 2. Carrie Swain, tho
actress, has begun suit for divorce in tlio
Circuit Court against Samuel C. Swain.
Tho plaintiff states that sho was married to
tho defendant in Ban Francisco in February,
1870. They continued to live together
until October, 1881, since which time ho
has deserted her. During their married
life tho plaintiff alleges thai the defendant
squandered her own means and threw her
entirely upon her own resources. Upon
theso grounds she seeks relief.
Terrible Drowning Accldant.
Richmond, Va., Dec. 2. Intelligence has
just reached hero from Northampton county,
this State, of tho drowning of four persons
out of six who attempted to cross a
creek between Ducklngton and Kendall
Grove in a small boat. Thoy had been
over to Duckington to visit a sick friend,
and returning, the boat capsized. Louisa
Vaughan, Betty Spady, John Bristow, and
George Dunton were drowned. Tho other
two succeeded in reaching tho bank of tho
stream and were savod.
Henry Railroad Suit.
Montreal, Dec. 2. The Trustees of the
Southeastern Railroad Company havo Instituted
proceedings against ex-Governor
Honder, of Vermont, Receiver of tho St,
Albans National Bank, for $800,000, representing
that amount of bonds of the Montreal,
Portland & -Boston Railway, which
the Trustees claim belong to tho Southeastern,
having merely deposited it with
the bank for safe- keeping.
Verdict In the TJaconln Onse.
Laoonia, N. II., Doc. 2. Tho Coroner's
inquest In the Salmon case ended this afternoon.
The jury find that Mrs. Ruddy and
child came to their death by a hatchet
wound inflicted by Thomas Salmon, while
Mrs. Ford's death was brought about by a
blow, or heavy pressure upon tho chest.
Salmon will probably bo arraigned iu tho
county Jail some time next week.
Salvation Army Raid.
Cleveland, O., Dec. 2. Tho Salvation
Army, headed by Lleufonant Blackburn,
Mrs. Cloggett. and little Fanny, havo been
holding meetings hero. An attempt was
made last night to put two boys out of the
hall when a froo fight ensuod in which cursing
and blows were indulged in. Several
persons wore slightly hurt and tho mooting
broko up in discord.
Shot at a Tarty.
Macon, Go., Dec. p. At a party near
Milner, Charley Martin, sixteen years ohl,
shot and instantly killed C. C. Jones, a
young farmer. Jones and the Mai tin
brothofs had quarrelled, but tho difllculty
was apparently settled. At tho party Martin
appeared, and, without warning, shot
Jones in tho bead.
A Hud llrltUh Consul.
London, Doo. 3. Tho Russian Ambassador
to Great Britain confirms tho charges
against Mr. Coolldgo, former English Consul
at Kertch, that he was in league with
pirates on tho Black and Azof seas to
wreck vessels and defraud underwriters.
An Epidemic of Dlphtliorlu.
Berlin, Dec. 2. An epidemic of diphtheria
prevails at Dessau, tho capital city
of Annalt, Wholo families have perished
I' 11 I 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 J 1 tuilneot HUnilHPlj mrrftcat vi mn. wrHiuvuiwiF tnd
for im V1.JL m ., J VS.JU address ii.ii.kane, A.M.,
Parlor, Bed-room and Dining-room
Easy Chairs a Specialty.
HUITH from S20 to J30O. Lnrgo IIiioh of WILMJW GOODS, EASY CHAIjtSbtc.
All Cincinnati bills llborally discounted. Cnllnnd bo convinced. naXlOmo
OPENING IMMENSE !
: AND ALL:-
D I tn u
Large Stock !
and you want to see. "Seeing is
Believing." Come early and pick
out what you want. Mail orders solicited.
BANK II. PHISTER
C. S. MINER & BRO.,
Reasons Why You Feel Badly. 4
Because your stomach js not doing its work properly.
Because your liver is out of order, and wants righting.
Because your blood is thin, and wants iron in it.
Because you are troubled with nervous aches and pains.
Be 'ause you are vexed with languor and debility.
11 these Reasons Can be Set Asldo by the Use of Brown's Iro'n'BUler'd, whlbh Will
Tone up your enfeebled stomach, and help to digest.
Refresh your wearied liver, and put it in splendid order.
Bunch your watery blood, and give it a rich red color.
Calm your worried nerves, and give them restful peace.
Strengthen your whole system and drive debility and languor out.
Considering that any man who has a dollar may buy of the
nearest druggist a bottle of Brown's Iron Bitters, there is no
reason why people should continue to feel badly, just for the fun of it.
EGITEW & ALLEXT,
i I WlioleFalo audfmtall dealers In :
In order to supply the Increasing demands of our trado wo nro contlnunlly adding to onr
supply of Htoves and '1 limine.
REMEMBER OUR STOCK IS ALL NEW
having been recently purchased with n view to to the wants of this market. Cook StovtB of
the heft make Heuilim Htovos Iu eicat variety. Mantoln and Grates of every klud always
on hand utnl sold at the LOWEST UATKB. Call and examine our now trtock.
sept Come Market mid Third Htreou; Maysvllle, Ky.
WINDHORST & BLUM,
No, 20. EAST SECOND STREET.
ma w . ni to liavn jour Clotlieit inndo to ordet fnr thf LKAHT
Inn linrkf' Ulnnn monicy. 'iiicyhavHtiu'initM.iiHorpiNEuooDb
I HO DcSI rlaCG T&u&inKovKwuMim2
S-ONLY FINE CUSTOM-MADE WORK DONE HERE.
K3 A &t
a jl'I i
TB. TT, TT. KaNB,
of th iHQtlftoey
aiuiluurtf 60 tffert ft Armed
nereDT any on cn tr
htntwlf At bfttnfl nultLttf and
aula cuinniutuii, iwwaa uvw
a full description of the tratmtnL
M. IK, 40 W. 1 4 tfc SU ft tw Yrtu
"M DV. KEAtt,
No. nitwuTM Claek mt,, Lblcafo ;u
UMIshcd llU', Is still Irtttlnc til Pit
taU. NtrToos, Chronic sod Hpclaldls
Incapacity) FrnaUdlMSittto Con
oil at Ion personally, r by IttUf fr.
Dr. Kan fa the only physician In th
tlt that warrants cura or no nar. ISA
f ( Ulutrattd fcook.ot tr 1,000 prescriptions, $1 by mall.
I State & Monroe Sts.. Chicago
WlllMnilrrcT1! to.njr Uilnu I self
BAND CATAUUUUK, I
I lot Its. rOOpM. .III) Lu(tIii(
3 of I eilrutn.fi u. SutU. 1MU.
."" nattatj swiii uuinu. iwjn.1;
1MHM1K noiRtiunM iDinnwn ana &i-
Lrrtot tot AraiWor Ussdl sad a CltUMU
Jin unfailing and apoedy cum (or
ifirvoul DetAtUy and Wraknetl,
lotto Vitality n& Vigor, or any
evUreaultof indiscretion, excess,
overwork, etc., (over forty thou-land
poaitho cures.) ml
15c. for poet&no on trial pox ot
10O pills. AddrcM,
Dr. M. W. 11ACON. cor.Clark St.
and Calhoun Place, Chicago, Iu.
rfnilnn of mi Of ts4
pclalliU In theU.H.
taot noUd ud taooeMAil
IE plJneleU envelopeWe, CrutsliUcaafllUW
' Addrn PR. WARD ft CO., Uulttta Ma.
an tnfalliblt cvrt (or I'ilra.
rrico $1, at drufglats, or
Youthful larradtne. cuiin.
UabUltr. Mantil and l'Qfi
whium. vaiaaua inionnauon
MAYSVILLE, KY. J
Repairing promptly done by
H. M. WILLIAMS.
Whose debility, exhausted
power, promature decay
and failure to perform llfb'a
dutlea proper lj are cansed 1
excesses, errors of youth, etc.,
will llnd a perfect and lasting
restoration to robust health
and Tlfforoiia inuniioou in
Neither atorasch drnKKinir nor
jVervnua JtoltllltT and
snecesafnl becansa based on perfect dlSRnosIs,
nciv unit direct method and ahsolnte tlior.
oiishncu. Full Information aud Treatise free.
Aridnws CnnsultinR Physician of
MARST0N REMEDYC0.,4DV.14thSt, New York.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
s. w . uor. main 6& iitn,
Invite attention to their stock a Drtiara. Mnt
Iriuea, l,anta,ulUfc I)yo tuO. They aro
the proprietors ot tho original and genuloo
cashandshorttlaio buyers particularly solicited.
4LA. Sorries & Son's,
' . !.'-' . f Hi
BEFORE - AND -AFTER
Electric Appliances ar tent on 30 Days' Irlal.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
'XirilO are suttsrlnir from Nsetods Debility,
VV Iost Virutr. I.iQK or Nsars Foacc xo
Viooh. Whtino WiiiHtwK, and all those ditoases
of al'jatoKiL tliTi'us reultlne from Abuses and
Otuis Csvus. Bpoudy rvll.f and completa
of 11 EALTn.VlooHanil Mixnoou OUiRinrnu.
The grandest dlacorery of Ilia Nlneteaiith Uentury.
Send at unco for Illustrated Pamphlet free. Address
VOLTAIC BUT CO., MARSHAL!. MlflH.
Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sta.
OINOXKT 3XT.Lr,X, o
Lewis Vandcn, proprietor,
ft B. LOVEL.50
Fandy and Staple GROCERIES
. KnconraKed by tho largely Increanod trade I have had dui lug tlio last year, and being determined
to further IncroaHe it the cotnlue year, I have taken Hpeelal pains In the selection
of my stock lor tho fall nnd winter trade in order that I may be fully prepared to meet the
wants ol my cuKtotnors In every particular. My goods aro'oll as to quality: pur
chased from first hands Tor cash, and I risk nothing In saying that I am prepared to
compete with any houso In the city. I carry tho largest and most complete slock pr
UANNhl) OOOUmn tho city, all strictly standard and guaranteed to ulvo sallxlactloi . My
house Is headquarters for
FQXJLTSrr and GAME,
and all kinds of OOUNTttY PRODUOK, and I shall want to buy during tho fall nnd winter
specially ler my customers O.UUO pounds choice llutter, 10,000 dozen Iresh Eggs, 6.0M1 doceu
Chickens, 6.0U0 well-fatted Turkeys, besides all the Game, oi all kinds, 1 can get. Will lmu n
fctock of Hpeclaltles lor the holiday trade. Agent for Hlloxclnnann & t'n.'n
coMPHEsaED ykabt. rcOODS DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY FREE OF CHAROE.u iil3u.iin
They Speak for Themselves !
"KXTo Offor ixx
Men's Shirts, Men's TJndershirtsrMen's Hosiery
and Men's Gloves. Large and complete stock.
Men's Scotch j. J, Wool Under-
f aaraal B Htaal P" Hnk I
shirts 50 cte., XfilK I X worth $1.00,
Men's Scarlet SwIMjIll,! t00i Under
shirts 75 cts. and up. Very good quality of
Men's heavy Merino Shirts at 35 and 40 cents.
Men's Warm Gloves for walking, riding or
driving at 25, 50, 75, and 1.00 a pair. Ladies'
and Children's Warm Gloves 15, 20, 25 and 50
cents per pair.
Hosiery! Hosiery! Hosiery!
Just opened an immense purchase of Hosiery
which we place on sale at less than 50 cents on
Black SILKS, Colored Silk VEL
VETS, Black and Colored VELVETEENS,
at very Low Prices.
No. 24, Market Street,
J. W. SPARKS & BRO..
FOR TWENTY DAYS !
Wo Bhall givo a
having a numbor that must bo disponed of to mako room for o'thors on
Myall, Riley & Sorter,
THE! BEST PLACE
STOVES, GRATES, i.ii.in.iL liuij
Blatterman & Power's.
Idlest and most Improved niylc pf Cooklim nnd IleatliiB Klmee. modr nl Wliccllntr V
Va,. ofhot blnHtcliarcoiil Iron.wnrranttdjiotto liuvea.slunleonnooof scrunln lliein. T1ko
Rtovr". of counte, wear Uin UirjRest.
IIOVSK HtHNiMiIKOHH of all klniiR unci the Iicxt nunllly.
I'KKItl.KN IC1K ,'RKAM FKKEZKK it luu no coinpllcnllojin heyoud Iliocnpticlly of
tt child. ThecHil aiiUBqnurflRony'Wlieri).
I.ITTI.KJOHKK UANIIIAO MA,IIIRKn8lmplo, CJ)iup and Kllwllve. Deaf ninde,
UI'KKN OF T1IK KNT WA1KK DHA WJr.R, which aaven half of the lolw of Urnw'
lug wider trom a wulloreUtenu
P:.KI.Y (jTOVK, which U admitted hy all who have rined It-to
k havo no sU;rlor. Call.aud eo IU Call and see ns whether you wIhIi to buy or not.
uplisaiy BliATTERMAN & POWER.