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Wait London Chronlclo slates that Mr.
Farnill U about to establish large w
Thk extensive banking Arm of O. Ghl
lain, Colin & Co., of Antwerp, have failed,
with liabilities amountlnc to $2,100,000.
rWu. CxKiiotx 8c Co., hat manufacture
.tfiftit Now York, have made on assignment.
Liabilities about $160,000.
lln. GjmcfTJl, father of the late statesman,
denies the story that ho has married
Tnjc Bishop of Derltn ha, it ii stated,
Induced tho Qovornniont to consent to
numerous modifications of the May la-s.
1'i'is French Government has introduced
in the Chamber of Deputies a bill providing
for tho augmentation of tho army in
tho colonies. '
Auoko the passengers by tho steamer fit.
Laurent, which has just arrived from
Havro, was Mr. Itouitan, Minister from
Franc to this conntry.
Thb Rev. Dr. Benjamin Nicolas Martin,
Professor of Logic and Intellectual and
Moral Philosophy In the University of the
City of Now York, died Wednesday at his
home, No. 230 West Fourth streot.
The towboat Fred "Wilton sunk a coal
barge just below Pittsburg, and it Is
'feared now that it will obstruct the channel
and provent further coal from going
' - The failure of tho Erie, Pa., grocery
firm of French & McKnight has
that of two others, of smaller magnitude.
Theso were C. Fi Rose, grocer,
liabilities $3,000; and P. J. Wild, butcher,
liabilities $3,000. Both of Erie,
""fairfcrrean Socialist Workmen's
have addressed a letter to tho Ger-(B&n
Socialists residing in Paris, expressing
regret at not having been Invited to
,end delogates to the international conference
of workmen to be held in that city,
r JE Governor of Dongola reports that
ho has learned that nicks Pasha lost 4,000
ten" in his battle with El Mabdl, and that
itho letter's force was reduced to 4,000. The
gorrjsoa at Khartoum has recently been
strengthened by the arrival of 1,300 men,
and-to- now 3,000 strong.
The employes of tho George D. Winchell
Manufacturing Company, at Cincinnati,
are on a strike.- They complain that the
rates have gradually been cut down for
more than two years. A still further reduction
was made, and Instead of accepting
it the men laid down their tools.
Twenty employes are out, and five yet remain.
They Offer to Work OffKnimallond's As
St. Loma, Dec 23. Tho Republican's
Hillsboro special says: Mr. Bond has received
numerous letters in tho past font
weeks from various parts of the country
in which the writers offered to furnish any
number of men to lymh Montgomery,
Pettis and Clement!. Ono letter, postmarked
at a sruall town near Galveston,
Texas, states that the writer is chief olltcei
of an organization for the punishment of
crimo, and that he would be pleased to furnish
forty men on short notice to hang the
three defendants, if Mr. pond desired. Mr.
Bond destroyed all theso letters, and gi -
ho countenance whatover to such proportions.
New Yonrs nt the White Home.
Wabhinqto, Dec. 23. The President
has returned to Washington, bis sister be
ing unable to accompany him. The New
Years' reception at the Whlt Ilouse will
therefore, bo Attended by no member of the
President's family. Ho will be assisted bj
the wives of members of tho Cabinet, Senators,
and the Speakor of tho House.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New Yobs', Dec. 128. and
steady; new extra, $12. Pork Dull uud
weak: Spot, new mess, $14 7515 2ft.
Lard--Opened woaker, afterwards tinner
Steam rendered, 9.12KC Butter Finn but
quiet: Western, u37c; Elgin creamery,
4142a Cheese Firm nt 213ctf. Hu
garDull and nominal. Molasses Unchanged
and steady. Petroleum Dull.
Rice Firm and fair inquiry. Coffee Finn.
Freights To Liverpool per steamer dull:
Cotton, Jfd; flour, Is Od; grain, 5d. Roalu
-Steady: $1 47l 65. Tallow-Finn:
7jfo. Eggs Western firm at 293lc.
New York. Dec. 2d. Flour Dull nmi
depressed.- Wheat Opened o lower,-
mier,1 recovered Ir0m tne decline, and In
some' instances advanced a trifle; No. 1
white, $1 11; No. 2, red, January, $1 UH
1 February, $1 Yi 13&; March,
$1 151 15tf 5 May, $1 18X1 lOtf.
Corn 3o lower, dull and weak; mixed
Western, spot, 492J5o; futuro, 03b
,'Mir.yrAtrrxE, Die. 28. Wheat Weaker.
July, 04Ko; February, 03o;May, $103;
Corn Lower; No. 2, 49c. Oats Neglected ;
No. 2, 83c. Rye-Weak ; No. 1, OWc.
Cihoinnati, Dec. 23.
to air shippers, $4 75g5 60; good to cliolca,
$5 63(80 M) good to choice butchers', $4 GO
5 23; fair to medium, $3 5Q4 25;
$3 253 25; good to choice cows,
$4 254 78; goodto cholco heifers, $4 SO
6 00; common to fair oxen, $3 75(23 75;
go6dtQ choice, $4 25(85 60; stackers an
foiHMws, $4 25(35 00, and
$5'iS6,'ajid some light yearlings and calves
at a;00$4 .00. Hogs-Select butchers'
and" JUftiVy1, shippers, v $5 605 0; fair
, $3 255 00fulr to good
ight, -$48525 40; commpn, $4 004 75;
tulls, $3 Q0244 (XX Shoop-Common to
fair sheopat$3 0003 75; good to choice,
$4 004 60, and some extra heavy at $4 75
&5 25, an3 c,ulls, $3 002 75.
CliKuao, Dec. 28. Hogs Fair to good
lfght at 84 '85(35 35; mixed packing, $1 85
340; ehoice heavy, $5 455 1)0. Cattle-Exports,
$0 00(20 C5j good to choice shipping,
$5 40(20 00; common to medium,
$4 U525 25. Sheep Market steady:
to fair, $2 60(34 00 per cwt; medium
to feood, $4 004 60; choice to
$4 255 00..
U. 8. Yards, III,, Dec. 28. -Hogs-Light
mixed at $4 S5ffl5 85; mixed packing, $1 85
heavy shipping grades $5 45Q5 WX,
Kabt Buffalo, Dec, 2a Selling
at $5 6505 75; good butchers'
$5-70(23 85; choice heavy, $5 bOffl
o w; JB, o jouia o9.
Indianapolis, Doc. 28. HomDmii .
$5 005 85.
TTansab Crrr. Deo. 28 T.t Un,..
Boiling at $5 00(35 40.
PltOIUA. III.. Dec, 28. Liva
at $4 70(85 65,
ifUi LiBHRTT, Dec. 2a Cattlo Nothing
doing and unchanged. Hogs Fair;
Philadelphia, $5 i)00 20; Yorkers, $,5 85
$$ 50,,, Shep Nothing doing.
St. Louis, Dec 28. Hogs-Slow and
light weights in demand at $5 10
M iWfafr'W good mixed packing, $5 25
M 50; butckin' to extra heavy, $5 U
j 'i i l J j X I " ' IV ' 'flfll A Jj
CDIMVTDU C!FED UriUITl
I flIB BH Hm EH H H'B H H ! I lnt mMreni in. tint m full drKrlpMoo of l&t irtftlBMai.
&v 11 m I m II JL I : I 0 'B': , 4MI J j?" nMtiiwoiti.f .
1 . - nensr
Invites attention to his well-selected
and fine, stock pf
Liters, Jofials am! HaHiiuft
iqu Dnnire MCMnDAuniiii
, . . 1 lit i(li wmoHfla of r&witM
Blotters. Also his stock of
EABERS RUBBER BAJpS;
and L3H A.D
Arnold's,.SfaffQrd's and Garter's Inks.
RED INKS, ENVELOPES, PENS,
All who need anything in the Fancy pr Sta
ple Stationery Hdo are requested to call at Frank
R. Piaster's where you will receive polite and
careful attention. Mail orders solicited and satisfaction
FRANK R. PHISTER,
We have on our counter tnree
hundred and fifty
Boys' and Children's
that we shall make a run on at'
from $2 to $4 each. Come and
see them before they are allj
CARRY THE NEWS!
Spread It far and wide that I have tho best and CHEAPEST stock of
CHINA, GLASS and QUEEMMIf
over brought to Mnyfivllle, which Includes a largo line of goods Imported expressly for the
Decorated Chamber Sets
1 1 i i " i . 1 1 " ,
In nil styles nnil at nil prices; clrgnnt IMnner and Tea Sets, Smoulng b'etn, Mush and Milk
BeU, Majolica Tea Sets, lluu Cologne Set, nUquo Flgur.cs, . ,. . . , ...
and Vases of elegnntdenlsn. J bavenn InimonfOHtookof TOYSwIilcli
.in- umiim price, ftr r.vcry ono wno uuys si.uu worm or kooih win tvoeive a enunre on a
mngiilllcent UOLIj. My jirlces nro the loweHt. JS. tSt X 3MC Q 7ST .
UiOdSw Kastsldeof Market, 4 doors belowThifstr&t.
IN ICIVDLICSS VARIETY
V&-HO TliOVltLB TO SHOW GOODS I
POLITE A1XEXTIOXT ASSURED I -M
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CALL EAELY and SECURE J?AKAMS.
I G. IIBOHNINO.M. D.,
'physician and surgeon.
Oftlco and leHldenco Houllj.tmsl corner nl
TlilrtJ aud Sutton streets. Will dlvo xpeolal
attention iodlneukes pocullur to remalex.
and BILL PAPER
BROS. & DO.
iu Aim iiM.Mi uiDuiiu tuT
) lOllNBJ OYNVK, JK
'I'otapanliA. Iunurea for
rullrvalue. Ijow rated. IxmMw promptly jiaM.
kimI MaiUeutrtwu. aplklly
HAiirS' R.R. VASK,-
I Uplum,ilifiu,l4w DDH K MWOT
I hlmwlf kt bsm QuUhlr ud
SoiiVb CLiirsrr. CtlCW (U-
if;., I!ruiiA,'tariulitiJ HfcUiau.
Inrnpultj). r.m.14 dtHUM, .to.
rriK..B uth. MirpmiiiM tm u
lt tb.l vimnti enr. Drn..r..SM
ft UtutnUl book, TrS,M prtKdpUon, tttf buU..
TOidfe ilblllt jMOxWiftMttd
power, pramttur. docur
nait'fBltore to perform lire'
ttuUe propcrlr to C4ad, tr
!(.. errors of youth, etc.
huj iiut p9rxc una laninir -
mtontlon w niDBii ni
MnnKnod )q j
pistil tVM fl5pl Staisms nor.
tlinlj )fTn Ktrvfnm Slid
taoerfal barose; baaed ,n,p.rft Mttnoait,
new nnd direct method nd bolnle thor
oashnea. Ta lnformiitton and Trtttlo fr.
MAHtTOH REMEDY CO.. JQW.14UI St.. HcwTorK.
3C3Uaf ai BTlaWCV WRflfiFi
lfei!LaaVm4m'alllV " L
' ALL DWuCGI&TS SELL IT
i i ,. i .1 . i i, -i ,' ,, ii ii i ii
BERteY. AND HOTTER
i Qtrunt r.nwu hat i tx J
Electrte Appliances trs tent on 30 Diyi' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
II'IIO re tntteting from Kinrovt Dlkiurr,
V LoT Vitality, Lick or Nsnra Foacs ad
Yioob, Winma Wiaikiues, and all thorn dliwaua
otarxaaoMAL NaTUaa rmultloK from Aamaa and
Otubb CADau. Spoedy nsllaf and compltt reato.
ration of Ukaltd, Vluun and Hanuood OUaRaktsio.
Tbo Brandeat dlacorery uf tho Nineteenth Century.
aadatonceforllluatraUxl PainphlstfrM.' Addreia
VBLTAIB BUT GO., MAB8HAU, MI6H.
! i i 1 1 i a fat. a ! wi. jr.. I ii rtfiiiii i
aamtrrn i ' i in
ALA, Sorriest Son's, .
N 77 Second ..,-
Repairing promptly done by
T""'n r'i'ii i
aY I Jf v
The Moat Saceesafnl Remedy ever dis
covered salt Is certain in tur'eUects and tloes
not blister. Read proof below.
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
Banta Rosa, California, Feb. 9, 1883.
B. J. Kixuaix Jk I teel It a
duty to other sutlerlug with Uie piles and
Jailing of the rectum to write to you. I have
had the piles and prolnpsups of the rectum
for five years, lor the past- thire years I have
uttered the monui agonizing- pain. I tried
everything without reJlef. but after ten day 'm
una of Kendall's Spavin Cure. I havouoiseen
or Iitard,ottiie piles uluce.t Uuowba has not
suffered as I have cannot comprehend the
isreatjoy thatil lelt at being cured o! ftdlnease
almost worse than death. 1 had a valuable
yquifc harua that i;nd a large butiob gather
on his b east bone. I tried nil hind ol
HUdUHctH.tut open without any benefit.
Haw your advertkemenl and bought a
bottle of Kendall's Hpsvln Cure and ordered
my teamster to nse as directed. In lexs than
one week the lump had ulsvatpenred. .Think
lug thnta liniment that wontd do what
BpavliW Core Iiom done for my home
might benedt more, t tried lias a lost resort.
Will) griiytnttaud best wishes for your
, , i J. II. QI.BHN.
llUll Qui I S on nvkAir li,h.
VltVAY, IND., Aug. 12lh,J881.
Db. B. J, Kick da U. A Co. Oenls; Haiuple
of circular iecWvetl to-day. Please bend me
some with my Imprint, printed on on one
sldeouty. The Kendull's Spavin Cure Is In
excellent dftnunU wlih us, and not only for
MiiltnaU, bittjfor numan ailmenlu also. Mr.
Jos. Norls, one of the leading farmers In nui
county, sprained tin ai,ilUo badly, imd knowing
the. value of the reirieoy for horses, tried
tt,on hlniMilf. and It did tar better tbau tB
had expected. Cured the sprain in vojy
tiliort aider. Yours respectfully,
Price II per bottle, or 6 lot ties tor IS. All
druggists have It or can k t It for you, 6r It
wllro"BentJ'tar any nftlrewf on receipt af
prlte by tho proprjetorn,. Hu. Ii. J, Kkndali.
A Co., EnohbuiKU Kails, Vt. Bend for
JW80LD UY AIiL.
hEWiH VAHBEX, Proprietor,
HEtfRtf 0RT, TnTni'fTnYa
' HucceKsorioWIllTEAOkT, ' I III Illlllli If
Hcndq(irtersfor VLJL JLLJL U VLJL J
Parlor, Mum anil Dining-room ,e
SUITS from 120 to 1300. jUrge lines of WILLOW OOODH, KABY til AlllSetc
All Ulnclnnntl bills llborHlly discounted. Call and be convinced. nltlmo
.; v. ! ,f,r
B.,B. ,LOVEL,5052: Market stv.
lJ 1-: L. I I
llmirvuiil ll l ,Mni( Ii. ,TTT, TtV. . TT TT
tawcy andStaple QRQCERSES
i " I u 11 11 r j
Encouraged by the largely Increased trade I have had during tno law year, pnil being jle
termlned to further Increase It tbo coming year, I hrive taken special pains In 1I10 Nt'lecilou
ormy stock tor the fall and winter trade fii order that I maybe fully prepared to meet tho
nauu ui my vuiiuiuurH in orery pariicuisr. My gootinare an itiuumnji
from flrnt hands for I In that 1 nrepared to
.nvu ..u... Minhiimiun IUI cash, ItlJU A risk nothing " saying nm
fully compete with any houe In the city, r carry tli
CANNKD QOOD8 in the city, all strictly standard and
house Is 1 headquarters for '
p 1 . 1
and all kinds of COUNTRY PROUUCK, and I shnll want to buy during tho full and wlnlor
specially lor my customers 6,UU0'pound8 cho'ce Uutter, 10,00) dozen Irowli F.ugn,G.0,0
Chickens, S.0UU wull.futted Turkeyn, besides all tho Uume. in all kinds, 1 can will h.tvi a
stock of Hpcclaltles tor the holiday .trade. Agent for A t o.N
(.OMritESHBU yeaht. ,roOOD8 DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF TMfc
CITYJFREE OF CHARGE.- 'I
C. S. MINER & BRO .
aaVa aaVaa aWB af T 1 1 Tl " 1 "
... Eaa "n" 19 IlllfJ Hill dill Pllll 1 III U
in (jT i nl ! irmii ,it jj
What Dyspepsia Docs-
It causes grievous pains by day and frightful dreams by night.
'It destroys the' pleasure of a gdbd dinner.
It sbllrs the dispostti6n and 'hiakes its rictim cross and petulant.
It Jnakes the breath bad, the eyeq leaden, and the skin sallow.
It makes the appetite capricious :jnd unreasonable.
,fc causes constant grumbling and 'complaining.
What "Brown's Iron Bitters" Does.
It invigorates the weakened stomach, and enables it to digest.
It promotes the enjoyirient of a hearty meal.
It enriches the blood, improves tlje liver, and cheers the mind.
It purifies the breath, clears the eyesight, and makes the skin natural.
It brings a regular and healthy desire for food at proper times.
Your'DRUGGisT sells Brown's Ikon Bitteks.
I Ml tint
It 1 " I t I.- r
: Wholesale and
jQi fsp ? Cf ThP CI
1 l ;
In order to aupply the Increasing demands of our trade we are continually adding to our
supply of Stoves and 'fn ware. i
REMEMBER OUR,3TOOK IS ALL NEW
,V1 l. I.I I O u
having been recently purchased with a view to to the wants of this market. Cook Hlovesof
the best makes Heating Htnven In greafvarlefy. Mantels and Urates of every kind always
on hand and sold at the LOWEST ItATES. Call and examine our new stock
sept Corrjer Market and Third Streets, Maysvllle, Ky.
i . i
EOR TWENTY DAYS !
r i I
having a number that must bo dlsposod of to mako room for others on
tho way. - -
Myall, Hiley 2k Porter,
fHE BS?T PLACE
STOVES, GRATES, JiiELS, TINWARE, ETC
t r It I I I
i WAYSVILLh, Ky.
o jargest and mrmt oninpleto slock of
guarantee! to give hhiisiuciioii. iy
18n'J - I)lCA,EltS JN-
retail dealera In :
Blatterman ,& Power's.
Latest and BiOHt Improved style ol fooklnu and IleotltiD Htoec ninde at Wliwlln w
Va,. of hot blaatcbarcoal Iron, warranted not to have a Alngle ounce of scrap lu them. Thp
course, the JonoeaU. - ' ""
1 HOtlMK ritKMtHiriKlRj7MiINol all kinds nnd the Ilest quality.
has no comnllcatlonH lwvnn.1 tt. .nu.i...
a child. The can sets souarely any where. TliedasliorlaselNadJuntlim. '
Cbiap and Itpsl msde
tUEKN Of TILKJaKKT HATKM IRAWI.I.'wh(chsave3 InUfof the labor of draw-'
Ins water irom a. wall nnclstern. .
K4H1.T HltBaVKVAMTrHIM which Is admitted
HTaVE, byall who have nsed It
(f, Vjare.no uptror..QalLjMW slt.i Call and set u whether' you wish Uibuy or noli
P3dly BXATTERMAN Sc POWER.