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Eight hundred and fifteen bills wero Introduced
nto tbo Lower House of Con
Tn Coosa River Furoaco, at Gadsden,
Ala., was totally destroyed by llro Monday
morning. Loss, $200,000.
Hkrh Von Gohslkii, Prussian Minister
of Public Instruction, has departed for
Genoa Where ho will meet the Crown Priuco
and accompany him to Rome.
IoDonald, conductor on the through
freight on tho G. & M. V. Railway, fell
from a box car, near Junction City, Monday,
sustaining fatal injuries.
Lewis W. Moiuuson, the organist of a
prominent church in Indianapolis, having
bocomo temporarily insane from poor
health, suisided with a bullet through hi
Tuk Court of Pardons at Trenton, If. J,,
has, refused to commute the death sentence
in tho case of Robert Martin, now confined
In the Essex County Jail for tho murder oi
his w)fo and child.
II. W. Williams' saw mill at St. Joseph,
Mich., was set on fire by sparks from the
steamer Johnson and burned Monday, The
loss is considerable and is Insured for oidy
II. Mahan, who was arrested at Strouds-bury,
Pa., ou suspicion of having murdered
i'heebe Paulin, on Orange Mountain, N.
J,, will probably be dlschatged, as thero it
no evidouco against him.
Tus English war vessols recently sent
into the Red Bea havo rocolved orders to
concentrate at Buakim and protect the
English and other European residents of
The widow of Rov. James Dunn, of
Junction City, O., while alone in her room
accidentally fired hor clothes against tho
stovo, and was burned to death before
assistance could reach her. Hho wai
eighty-eight years old.
Fatukh Gondjllfo, a resident Catholic
priest of Emmitt8burg,Md.,agcd sixty-eight
years, ,dled very suddenly at his homo Monday
from congestion of the lungs. lid hud
been in tho onjoymont of remarkably good
health until the hour of his death.
It is rumorod that Lord Rossmoro or Mr.
Mouroo will opposo Mr. Walker, tbo Conservative
nominee for Parliament for Londonderry,
and who is nlso supported by the
Liberal party. It is possible that a
candidate will nlso be up.
The Londonderry Bench of Magistrates
bos docldod to prohibit tho proposed Oi ange
and Land League meetings and processions
on December 18th. Tho Liberals have
adopted Mr. Walker, tho Conservative
candidate, to contest tbo vacancy for Londonderry,
and will appoint him at the
Caucus of Republican Senators,
Washington, Dec. 11. As heretofore
announced, a Caucus of Republican Senators
will bo hold Thursday morning, and
tho completion of the reorganization of tin
Senato will be discussed. There seems to
bo a general impression that the Secretary,
and other ofilcors will be
chosen this weok. Members of tho joint
committee appointed by the IIouso ami
Senato to adjust the salaries of employes,
have expressed tbo opinion thut a report
will bo made before tho holiday adjourn
ment. Tho result will be that the salarict
of the House employes will be made eiunl
to those of tho Senate. There will bo nc
material changes in tho number of
in any branch of Congress. The
Senato Committees on Finance and Foreign
Relations organized Tuesday, and almost ail
clerks of the Senato Committees havo been
appointed. The entire list of Committee!
will bo organized and ready for work before
the end of tho week.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New Yowc, Dec. 11. Beef Quiot and
firm: Now extra, $12 CO. Pork Firm and
quiet: Spot, new mess, $15 00Q25 00. Lard
Dull and lower: Steam rendered, O.'JOc.
Butter Quiet and weak: Western, 10
38c; Elgin creamery, 8743c. Cheese
Quiot at 213c. Sugar Quiet ond unchanged.
Molasses Quiot and steady.
Petroleum Firm Rico Firm and in good
demand. CofToo Dull. Freights Quiot
and steady. Turpentine Dull at 85c.
Rosin Steady at $1 50l 65. Tallow-Steady
at 7Jfo. Eggs Western dull at 23
New York, Dec 11. Flour Market
steady; very moderate trading. Wheat
X lower, weak and irregular, with loss
doing: No. 1 white nominal. No, 2 red
January, $1 141 U February $1 It
01 lOXi March, $1 ltX; May $1 21
1 31Jf. Corn Opened Jf lc lower, afterward
recovered most of tho decline: Mixed
Western, spot, 512G8c; futuro, 0771Jc.
Oats o lower: Western, 8744o.
Milwaukee, Doc 11. Wheat Steady:
January, VtQ FebruoryOST. Corn
Hlghor: No. 2, 58Jc Oats-Bcarco: No. 2,
85c Rye Stronger: No. 1, 57c. Barloy
Easier: No. 2, OSc.
Z.lre Stock Markets.
Cincinnati, Dec. 11, Cattle, Common
to fair shippers, $4 755 40; good to cholco,
$5 C00 00; good to cholco butchers', $4 83
i5 00; fair to medium, $3 234 25; com-moo,
$3 003 00; good to cholco cows,
$'4 254 05; fair to good heifers, $4 60(3
5 00; common to fair oxon, $3 60Q3 60;
good to choice, $4 005 00; stockers and
feeders, $4 004 75, and some extra at
$1 83, and some light yearlings and calves
at $2 753 75, Hogs, Select butchers
.and heavy shippers, $5 80g0 00; fair to
good packers, $5 605 85; fair to good
light, $4 005 45; common, $4 254 85;
culls, $3 00(24 00; stock hogs, $4 005 00.
Sheep. Steady and firm, with common
to fair at $3 753 60; good to
choice, $3 754 25, and soma extra
heavy at 4 60(35 00; culls, $3 003 75;
stock ewes, $2 753 60; stock wethers,
$3 254 00.
Chicaoo, Dec 11, Hogs Market steady,
with fair to good light at $4 705 85,
mixed packing, $4 755 85; cholco heavy,
$5 355 00. Cattle Exports $0 607 20;
good to coolce shipping, $5 750 20;
common to modlum, $4 &05 60;
$1 205 00.
Nkw York, Dec. 11. Cattle Extremes,
$5 tt)7 00 per cwt, llvo weight;
a few picked steers, $7 257 60; oxporters
used 40 carloads. Sheep Good stock active
and firm; common dull; poor to prime
sheep, $3 505 CO ier cwt; extra and fancy
do, $0 00Q0 25; poor to prlmo lambs, $1 75
Pkoima, I1L, Doc. 11. Live hogs tmlot at
$4 805 05.
St. Louis, Dec. 11. Hogs Excited and
largely higher; mixed to heavy packing
$5 10(35 50; packing, $5 155 60; heavy
shippers and butchers, $5 20(35 00; light
EAST LlDinTY, Dec 11. Cattle Active,
shade higher on good fat cattle; common,
slow and dull unchanged. Hogs Actlvo,
offering Philadelphia, $5 00ft5 IX); York,
era, $4 80(35 00. Sheep Dull and unchanged.
Indianapolis, Dec 11. Hogs Active-
CARRY THE NEWS!
Spread it far and wide that I have tho best and CHEAPEST stock of
CHINA, CLASS and QUEENSME
over brought to Maysvlllc, which Includes a largo lino of goods Imported expressly for tiro
Decorated Chamber Sets
't ,. to 7-
In nil styles and at nil mires ! elosnnt lllnnor rind Ton Hots. RmnKlnir Hot. Mush and Milk
Sols, Majolica Tea Bets, tine Cologne Bets, Bisque Flguics,
and Vnses of elegnnt design. I linvenn ImmonsostockofTOYSwhlch wilt bo sold' at one-half
the usual price. Bar livery one who bu.VH 81.00 worth of goods will ivcolve a ohance on a
mngninceni uvui.. my prices aro me lowest. K. A JVA o xJ
East side of Market, i doom boli
now i niru sircer.
JUST RECEIVED ! 2MSMS HOLIDAY GOODS!
ovnr urouglil to MnyhVllle, much as Clinmuer Sets. Ten Sols, Llmm Toys,
Smoking Hel,OliflutpilRtta Glasses, Mlisli aud Milk Sets, Oat Meal Sets,
Jug Hole, Ac., dealt; lied ixpressly lor the
I havo nlso a full line of Castors, Card Receivers, Cake lliibkets, Jewel
Caskets, Silver I'laltd and Solid
which havo been tnnrltcd t voiy LOW (Inures. Merchants 61 till and
ndlolnlug countleN will llnd It to tbcirndvnntaKe tocallandcxauilhb'my'
Block boioro puirbaMng their Holiday Poods.
3r. j.. 3VroOy5w0Ft1,3Er33"S", Sutton t.
Large Stock I
and you want to see. "Seeing is
Believing." Come early and pick
out what you want. Mail orders solicited.
FRANK R. PHISTER,
BISQTIE FIGURES. J
J. C. FECOR & CO.
IN IQIVDIICSB VAItlESTY
TitouitzE to snow goods i
JPOZJTJi! ATTENTION A8SVREJ) I -et
CALL EARLY and SECURE BARGAINS.
BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(BuccehHora to Cooper 4 IIIkmsI,
ItcalnrN iu Ntoven, KniiKen, Mitrblclspd
'oiicr auil Hit co l Iron Ware.
Hnnlnl nltAtillnn nnlil in tin rnnHinu kiiIiav
and spoutluie 1'iuctlcal pluiuboni, guH and
Htoam titters. WrnuKtit Iron mid lead pipes,
Ao. All -work attended to promptly and
iU K. Mnd st nWly M AYHVILLK, KV.
I A JKINUJI Oc CO.,
GRAIN, FLOUR and fiEMP.
Oar. Third and Sutton iftreeti,
1001180 MAYUVILLB, BY.
ATl'ORNKV AT LAW.
CourtHt., (ajiiatly) MAVHV1L.LK, Ry,
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tifntujf flthmii AHfMli1 An J
lnlcMlr or Ititlmonl&li, and nJof mnt, httt fnn
tmlntst nwrlkml men. nd k mil deftcrlntloo of IM trtatiMbL
Wx Dr. KEAM,
ho. 11 ButrtM OUU UT., Cblc.ro IK.-
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l(.llm rown.tlf, or bf ltlltr trt.
IM. lui u Ih. onlr rbnlel.n in lb
elty that warrants cnr. oma y, IIS
raWlllditrktKl la, er J,oo prntTlpUaal, HT mall..
State & Monroe Sti. .Chicaoo,
Will laiiil TnmM lit an. ad.lo4 IhWr
BAND CATALOQUE, i
kfor I9M, 0O I'M". IS K.nfr.W"I
f Ow. Iklu
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pactlut f Anulnf madaj aad CalalogM1
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Aicrwu arvuiiy nuu irrutnrii,
i' ttnimhf VtfiUtii htt finnf t.nw
erll roeultof Indiscretion, excels.
r oyerworK, to (arer rortjr
Rand iosltl o ctlrct.l R nil
I FliWli fni TWtat.fTA fin IHal ItnT it
,"Dr:M.,W. BACON, cor.Clart 8t.
nu uainoua nae. cuidao. Itx.
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Imbir mind) tor tb can ot XrvouaZtiUtV(
AMrtM OR. WARD A CO.. UuMm Mo.
an tnfatKilt air for Illr..
teat prepaid by null, namplo
Iiaeradinei, canting m"
Lr. utolil ana 1'BTiH
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' eaastdlr. DtjL.aOUn.IlozaA1
BEFORE V-AND -AFTER
Electric ApDlUncei art tint on 30 Dvi' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UNQ OR OLD,
Lost VllaLnr. Lick or Nertk Furcc idd
Vloon. WatTIKO WiiimiKU. and all thow illseaaea
of al'tMOHiL KiTURi rctultlnir from Abciki and
Otiiir L'austj. HiMxaly rvllef and complete
The irrandoat tllaiMivery uf the Nineteenth Ocntury.
tlerid at once for, lllmtrated Painplil.t free. AdtlreM
VOLTAIC BEIT GO., MABSHALl, MICH.
ALA. Sorrids & Son's,
77 Second St.,
Repairing promptly done by
II, M. WILLIAMS.
mJtmmttaith fi i'i i ' m In in
The Most8accasral Remedy ovor discovered
as It Is certain In Its effects aud does
nothllsfer. Read proof below.
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
Banta Rosa, California, Feb. 0, 1883.
D. J. Kknuali. & Co., Gouts: I leel It a
duty to pothers Buttering with the piles and
Wlllnc of the rectum to write to you. I havo
had the piles and prolapsups of the rectum
for Ave years, for tho past ttiree years I haye
buffered the most agonizing pain. I tried
everything without relief, tint, after ton day's
uso of Kendall's Upavln euro, I hnvo not scon
or heard of ttie piles since. One who has not
sufferod as I have cannot comprehend the
great Joy that I lelt at being cured of a dlnonno
almost worse than death. 1 had a valuablo
young horse that had a largo bunch gather
on lifs bicust bono. I tried all kinds oi liniments;
and had It eut opon without any benefit.
Haw vour advertisement and bought a
bottlo of Kendall's Spavin Cure and ordered
my teamster to use as directed. In lexs than
one' week the lump bad dhwappoared, Think-lug
that a liniment that would do what Ken.
dsTl's Spavin Ouro bos done for my horne
mlgbt bonent more. I tried ttas a last resort.
With gratitude and best wishes for your Success,
1 am faithfully yours,
J. II. Gi.knn.
On llOATAN FtetU.
VjCVAY, IND., Aug. 12111. 1881.
Dn. 11. J. Kxndali. & Co. Gents: Hample
of circulars received I'loasa nend mo
some with my Imprint, printed on on one
side only. The Kendall's Hpavlu Cure Is In
excellent demand with us, uud not only for
nnlmalH, but for human allraouts nlso. Mr.
Jos. Nprls, one of tho lending farmers In our
county, Bpralned an ankle bmlly, und know
Ing the value of tho lemody lor horsex, tried
(ton himself, and It did far better than ho
had eznectcd. Cuml the snrulu In vorv
short order. You is respectfully,
U. U. iHIKIIAND.
Ihrlco 81 nor bottle. or Oliottlon lor tfi. All
drugulsls havo It or can K t It for you, or It
Will bo sept, to any undress on rtrelpt of
nrlco bv tboiironrletoni. I) it. H. J. Kkndai.i.
A Co., Enosburgh Kails, Vt. Bond for
araOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.-
Cor. Sixth arid WalnUl Bts.
Lxwib Vandkn, Proprietor.
HENRY 0HTf T?llvri'i'iva
Successor to W If ITK&Oirr, I III I I I 111 1 I If
IleudquarterKfor Vft.JK. .WnW .1. J VLJU
Parlor, Bedroom and Dining-room
Easy Chairs a Specialty.
SUITS from $20 to $300. Largolluoa of WILLOW GOODS, EASY CIlAlltHelc.
All Cincinnati bills liberally discounted. Call and bo convinced. n'JtMnmo
R. B LOVEL 50S2,Marketst"
LLMtMiBM.' MAYSVILLE, Ky.
Encouraged by tho largely increased Irndo I havo hod during tlio laat year, and being do
termlned to further Incrcuso ft the coming year, I havo taken special pains In tbo selection
of mv stock tor tho fall and winter trade in order that I may bo fully prepared to meet tho
wants ol my customers lu every particular. My goods nro'nll as tominllty; purchased
from first hnnds for cash, and I risk nothing Iu snylng that I nm prepared to
compete with any hnuso In tho city. I carry tbo largest and mont complete stock of
CANN hi) GOODS In tho city, all strictly standard and guaranteed to lvo aatlslactlon. My
house Is headquarters for
FOULTRlr and GAME.
and all kinds of COUNTRY I'RODUCBl and I shall whnt to buy during tho fall mid wlnler
hpeclally tor my customers 6,000 pounds clioico liutter, 10,00U(lo7un Iresli Bugs, O.oiO doz.n
Chickens, 6,000 Turkeys, besides all the Game, o all kinds, I can gel. will Imve u
well selected Mock of Specialties lor the holiday trade. Agent for PlleHchmitiin A '.'
S!5tlflg HAT:.rcoDS delivered to all parts of the
CITY FREE OF CHARGE."" uiaidm
C. S. MINER & BRO.,
ESTABLISH EI) l83i3ni:AT.MS 7JV
THE MINSTER -WHO 3TAILS to interest his
and build up his church is generally accused of being a
poor preacher, or of not studying hard enough. That is not always
where the trouble comes from. Dyspepsia and liver disorders arc
responsible for manya dull sermon and many a vacant pulpit. When
the Domfnie's digestive apparatus is working wrong and his nerves
are giving him pain, and his brain refuses to do its duty, it is alTiOOt
impossible to make or to preach a good sermon. Give your suflering
minister a bottle of Brown's Iron Bitters. You will see its effect on
next Sunday's preaching. The Rev. Mr. Zehring, of Codoras, Pa.,
was paralyzed, and could not walk except with crutches, until Brown's
Iron Bitters made a new man of him. The Rev. Mr. White, of Rock
Hill, S. C says: " It restored me tostrength and vigor." Brown's
Iron Bitters is not only for the minister, but for all people. j
EGITEW & ALLEN,
: Wholef ale and totall dealers in :
In order to supply tho Increasing demands of our trade wo aro continually adding to our
supply of Stoves and Tinware.
REMEMBER OUR STOCK IS ALL NEW
having been recently purchased with a view to to tho wonts 6f this mnrket. Cook Stoves of
tho best makes Healing Stoves in great variety. Mantels and Grates of overy kind always
on hand and sold at the LOWKBT RATES. Call and exaniiuo our now stock.
sepl Corner Market and Third Street, Muysvllle, Ky.
FOR TWENTY DAYS !
Wo shall givo a-
having a number that must bo disposod of to mako room for others on
Myall, Riley & Porter,
THE BEST PLACE
SMS, GRATES, MANTELS, TINWARE, ETC,
Blatterman & Power's.
Latest and most Improved styles of Cooking and Destine Wovr msdf at WI.eHlin? W
Vu.. ofhot b ant charcoal iron, warranted not to bHvenMnuiRntmrnni a. .i.. .i,;,..; V,r,."
in... fM. ..i ih. U.ui riMiutiu, nm
su . -n. s. ,vt..u .-.. ... ...ua. 1
hounk fukniniiinn uofmH or oil kinds and the Ilesti t
rKKHLKHH I1E CKKAM lias no complications beyond tho capacity
iChlld. Tho can sets snuarely any wbere. Tba dasher Is o
i,rni.KJHtsAnm Clnapand Kllcctlvc. Hpst mini
HiKKN OI' THE WKMT WATER BKAWfcR, whfeb saves half of tbo U of draw.
tit wnlor irom n well or cistern. Minn1
ljRI.T RRKAUrAHTOUINa WOVE, which Is admitted by all wio have used It
to have no superior. Call.and ee It, Call aud see us whether you wish to buy or noY,
I"wmy XJAiAXXetlA.W & POWER.