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THE OLD WORLDS NEWS
The Autumnal Session of Parliament
Opened
Tlo Rrniiawlclc Succcwilon Editor
OHrlcn on III Ear Tlio
Amcrlcan Tronty Hlnmarclc
to Visit PnrlH
Londov Oct 24 Tho autumnal session of
Parliament opoiiotl Thursday by commission
tho Queens speech being read by proxy As
is usually tho caso whon any great public
question of interest is afloat the mumbers of
tho Houso of CommouR como down nt an
early hour to secure their places for tho even
ing dobato by putting their hats on their
seat
Shortly before 1 oclock tho Speaker took
his chair Ho was cordiully grootod by tho
niouihors already assembled At 2 oclock
the Ushor of Black Rod appeared and invited
the attendance of tho Commons at the bar of
tho Houso of Lords to hear tho Royal mes
sag j Tho summons was responded to by tho
Spakor followed by his troop of commoners
On their arrival in tho Upper Houso the
Lord Chaucellor read the speech of which
tho following is a summary
It states that Parliament is summoned to
consider the franchiso question announces
the continuance of friendly relations with
all foreign powers warmly eulogizes Gen
Gordons energy in the holding of Khartoum
under so many diflleultlos praises tho troops
that aro advancing to the rescue says tho
Government is supporting Egy ts difllcult
financial position that troubles in tho
Transvaal aro occupying vigilant attention
with a viow of enforcing tho tennsof the
London Convention and concludes by stating
that a further voto of credit for tho purpose
of carrying on military operations in tho
Soudan is necessary
AN EDITOR ON HIS EAR
Dublin Oct 24 OBrien tho editor of
United Ireland has applied for a new trial in
tho caso of Crown Solicitor Bolton who re
cently sued OBrien for libel aud obtainod a
verdict against him for 3050 United Ire
land in its editorial to day says Goorgo Otto
Trevelyan late Chief Soorotary for Ireland
is a sneaking coward and that hU predeces
sor Forster would appoar noble when com
pared with him
BISMAKCIC TO VISIT PARIS
Berlin Oct 24 Thero aro rumors that
Prince Bismarck contomplates a visit to
Paris
TIIE DUCHY OF BRUNSWICK
Berlin Oct 24 Count Goertz IVrlsberg
Prosidont of tho Regoncy Council of the
Duchy of Brunswick is coming to Berlin tc
confer with Princo Bismarck Tho Zoitung
gives warning of dangor to tho Empire from
u partisan of tho Guolphs reigning in Bruns
wick who would make his court tho center of
intrigues and pavo tho way for carrying out
the plans of the Guelph party in the event of
complications if tho German Empire afford
ing a favorable opportunity
London Oct 24 Tho Czar the Prince of
Wales and tho King of Greece aro urging
the Duke of Cumberland to mako some ar
rangements with Emperor William in re
gard to the Brunswick succession The
English Court will go Into mourning for two
weeks Mr Scott Secretary of the English
Embassy at Berlin has gone to Brunswick to
represent tho claims of tho English Royal
family A report is current that tho Duke of
Cambridge will have a conference with Em
peror William after tho funeral
THE SPANISH AMERICAN TREATY
London Oct 24 Tho Spanish Amorican
treaty relating to commerce between Cuba
Port Rico and tho United States will bo sub
mitted to the Cortes early in tho coming ses
sion which will probably begin about tho
niiddlo of December In the conferences
which havo taken place between United
States Minister John W Foster und Premier
Canovas del Castillo tho Premier has in
formed Mr Foster that Spain is unablo to see
her way to an agreement with tho sugges
tions lately made from Washington The
chief stumbling block is tho proposition that
tho United btatos Btiall bo tho only
power to enjoy increased trade facil
ities with Cuba and Port Rico Tho
ground tuken by Sonor Canovas is that tho
proposed treaty as it affects only two of the
provinces owned by Spain is unlike an ordi
nary treaty which would affect Spanish pos
sessions in nil parts of tho world In such o
limited treaty ho bolioves that such exclusive
privileges as aro asked for by the United
States would bo inadmissible It is under
stood that a loading caUso of tho Premiers
opposition to this fouturo of the treaty is tho
fact that Canada is straining every nerve to
obtain equal privileges with tho United
States in tho matter of trade with tho Span
ish AVest Indies If she is thus put upon an
equal footing with tho Stated her authorities
promise to reduco tho import duties on Span
ish winus
ONLY A JOKE
la tlio Way tho Pre Id out Itosnrdn
llln Humored Kimuiroiuoitt
New York Oct 21 Concerning tho re
port published yesterday that an engagement
existed between tho Prosidont and Miss Fro
linghuyben tho ladys brother George said
last night thero was no truth or foundation
in it
Tho existenco of the engagement said
be has beon rumored boforo but tho family
and President Arthur havo treated it o3 a
Joke and do not fool annoyed by this an
nouncement for that reason
Miss Frelinghuyseu ho furthor said
was absent from Rarltan during tho whole
of tho Presidents lato visit
Barbed Wlro WorKu Humeri
St Louis Oct 8 1 The Southern Barbod
Wiro Works southeast cornor of Tyler and
Second streets were almost totally destroyed
by tire at midnight Loss on stock machin
ery and llxtureu about 39000 Insured for
E50750 Loss on building 7000 Insured
for 5000 Frank Knolhoff and Jeff Button
two employes woro very lxidly burned
whllo endeavoring to extinguish tho flames
They were obliged to leap from the second
itory window to eavo their Jives Austin
Bhea a fireman wus badly bruised by falling
walls
Tlio It it I tin at Carthago
Utica N Y Oct 24 Tho total loasos by
tlio Carthage tiro aro 500000 insurance
103000 Tho heaviest loss falls upon tho
Hanover of Now York boing 42600 Thero
were 202 buildings burned of which 103 woro
dwellings four churches two schools an
opera house a store a village hall a wagon
fchop aud a hotel Tho remainder wero fac
tories and barns Many families aro homeless
and rolief committees are actively at work in
all the neighboring towns
fitieura
A JPOSITIVJS CVBJS
FOR EVERY FORM OK SKIN AND BLOOD
DISEASE FROM PIMPLES TO SCROF
ULA
7 havo had th Psorlasls lor ulna months
About Ave itioutliHiigu 1 applied to a doctor
Hour Boston who lielred me but uulortu
nately I bad to leave but continued talcing
his medlclue for nearly three months but the
disease did not leave I saw Mr Carpenters
letter In tho Philadelphia Record und Ins
case perfectly described mine 1 tried the
CutlcuraRenicdhs usiuu two bottles Resol
vent and Luticura and Cutlcura Sonp In
proportion ana cill myself completely cured
L F Baknakd
Wuterloid N J
ECZEMA TW KIVVY I KVHS
Ctiroil AotiistKiiof JtM Hriippcnrniiw
our Cut h ura has done a wouderful euro
for me more than two yeais ago Not a slu
of Its reappraianco since It cured me of a
very bad bczeraa which hud Iroublld mo for
more than twenty yeurH I shall always
speak well ol Cutlcuru 1 sell a great deal of
U
Frank C fc wan Druggist
Iluverhlll Mum
Ji EST FOJt A XT TIJ INO
Havlnij used your Cutirura Remedies for
eighteen months lor Tetter and finally cured
ltl am anxious to got it to sell on commis
sion I can recommend It beyond and reme
dies I have over used for Tttter Hums Cuts
etc In fact it Is the best nudlcluo I havo
ever tried foi anything
R S IIouton
Myrtle Mlts
SCKOIUIOUK SOKES
I hai n dozen bad sores upon my body and
tried nil remedies eoulu lu ar of und at last
tried your Cutlcura Remedies and they have
cuiedme
Jno Gaskill
Hebron Thayer County Feuu
Eveiy spedes of Itching Scaly Pimply
Fcioful tin Inherited anu Contagious liutiiors
with Loss of Hnlr cured by Cutlcum Resol
vent the now Blood Purifier internally and
Cutlcura and Cutlcuru f oap the great Sklu
Cures externally
Sold everywhere Price Cuticura 50 cts
Rksolvent SI 00 Hoap Si cents Potter
Druo and Ciiemicai CO Boston Maps
I A TTrPV por Chapped and Oily
UjJA J JL 1 Hkln GuticuraFonp
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tDealerln
FAMILY GROCERIES
Teas l weens ware
Cigars Cttoswnrc
Vobnccoft Motions
Highest cash price paid for country produce
Jyl8dtf Cornor Fourth and Plum streets
S3staTolislieca 18S5
EQUITY GROCERY
No 9W Necoml St OppOpcrn JIotujt
FrulUmnd Vecetablesin season Your natron
ave respectful lv inllrltod Hillv
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The Largest
4 yr Merchant Tailoring
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in America
WANAMAKER
BROWN
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Philadelphia
A full tine of card samples of
me great piece goous stocK
will d lound with
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Mcvysville Ky
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the most efficient and nnhil Me worm lnedlciuo
made It is put ui n ilcliplitfully llavorcd
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MANUFACTORY
F L TRAYSER
Manufacturer and Dealer in first class
PIANOS s organs
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED
1 W S MKES
DENTIST
Office Second Street
MayKvlllp My
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Educative INSTRUCTIVE Entertaining
It is grandly renllstlc and historically reminiscent Uen W T Sherman
A Iter a centurys reign the circus is dethroned Dnn Rice
The tports oi ancient Romes arenas excelled Brick Pomeroy
MAYSYILLE FAIR GROUNDS
MONMI
AFTERNOON ONLY AT 230 P M
No Possible Delay No Disappointment We
Travel by Our Own Boat and NEVER Disap
point Our Patrons The Century Novel
ty Too Large to Cover With Canvas
BUFFALO BILLS
The Grandest Exhibition On Earth
80000 Bostonians Perfectly Delighted 35000 Visitors in Elmira
120000 TWO WEEKS AT PHILADELPHIA
Nearly 50000 People at Youngstown in ONE DAY Friday LaBt Week
BUFFALO BILL HON W F CODY
The most celebrated of all Scouts Guides and Indian Flsjhteis known in American history
Marvelous Kquetilan Marksman
Capl BOGARDUS Champion Wing Shot and his Four Sons The
200 Participants Scouts Coxyboys Indians Mexicans
Herds of Buffalo Elk Steers One Hundred Ponies
GRAUD PICTURESQUE CAMP
Our President nnd Cabinet Our Genernls our Public and our Press accord it patronngo
and praise Washington Republican
Three Thrilling Battle Scenes
Attacking a Staoo CoaohTlio Pony Express Indian Dances Excl ing Hors Races Shoot
ing on Font Hlnjoting ou JlorHeoack Lnsolng Wild fitters Riding Ruck
ing Horses Graud liuilulo Hunt Indian Attack on tho Cabin
A Visit West In Three Hours
To soo scenes it has cost thousands their lives to view
Poors Open at 1 P M We Show Rain or Shine
Seating Copacity 10000 Covered Grand Stand
Our swinging around the circle beats them all
ADMISSION 50 CENTS - - CHILDREN 25 CENTS
Reserved Grand Stand Seats Extra
NOVEMBER M 1884
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FALL- 1884 and I885 WINTER
Boots Shoesi Rubbers
Our Stook embraces all of tho
Noveltips in Gentlomons and La
dies Pino Boots and Shoos as well
as all tho Leading and Best brands
of Medium and Stoga goods Our
prices defy competittion
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WITCHES
Sepl81ml
W W Mcllvain
ma- Uest 5250 LADIES KID BUTTON SHOE in
tho City It deiles competition All kinds BOOTS
HHOES RUBBERS SLIPPERS etc bestmakesat
The Lowest Prices
Wo have Just received a very largo nnd com
plete stock We guarantee satisfaction in all cases
Custom Work a specialty C B CL1FT CO
HERMANN LA2TGE
DEALER IN-
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JEWELRY
Diamonds Silverware Clocks and7 Fancy Goods
AT WHOLESALE PRICES
Having Just returned from the cast with n very Larpo Stock of New and First Class Goods
which I purchased atspeclal Low Prices for CASH I will give my customers tho bonefltoflt
ana will sell everything at Wholesale Prices until tho 1st of January You will Hud it to
our advnntime to call atmy place before puichaBlng elsewhere No trouble to show Goods
Pollto attention to all Respectfully
the jeweler IZEXiMLJJSIlX TmANGE
No 4H Second Street three doors below Marfcor slOdly M AYSVILLE KY
CLOAKS CLOAKS
jJgyWo havo just received the largest line of CLOATTS BUSSIAN
CIRCULABS SILK CIRCULARS DOLMANS and NEW MARKETS
ever brought to this Market Everybody is invited to call and look at
them You will find the Prices very much cheaper than they wero ever
offered in this market before Full line of Staple and Fancy
JDttir GOODS
-For tho Fall Trade Just Received
2TESBITT McKiRBXjXj
No 20 Sutton Street below Second
R G Humphreys
IMVAIN HUMPHREY
Successors to MYALL RILEY
Attention Farmers For the next few dojs wowlll offer a splendid linooiHAYRAKES
at greatly reduced prices AIcElioy Milburn Webster and Mitchell
WAGONS
Wo still have on hand a few Planet Junior TOBACCO CULTIVATORS AIbo a full and
complete stock of all kinds of
BIOULTOeAL IMPLEMENTS
and repairs always on hand Dont fall to givo us a call at No 7 West Secondjstreet Myall
fe Rileys old stand Alaysvlllo Ky Jyl2dtf
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BOOTS
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MAYSVILLE KY
0- SLLElsra IEIR
Xo 3 Second Street
Next door to tho First National Rank Maysvllle Ky
Rockford Jft umiAS Hamden
Waltham WATCHES I sPrin9fied
and Swiss KVWri and Elgin
Anything in tho Jewelry lino
MY GOODS ARE ALL NEW AND OF THE LATEST STYLES
DIAMONDS SILVERWARE and CLOCKS

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