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J to mil of Nows Condensed Tor the Itturle4
A fight Is said to havo boon arranged b
twoen John L. Sullivan and Smith, tho Eng
llflh cluuu' m.
An ctfuuMri istntttolnbronzo will probably
bo erected to .ho .Memory of Gon. Hiuicock at
First-class passenger ' '- tn for Ban Francisco
aro sold at Chicago i ji 470. -10, a
of about $.'55.
Tho Philadelphia & Reading It ' company
has increased tho wages of i ') I
in tho Reading sho3.
Mr. "Villtam E. Gibson, a well known bu i
noss man, died at Aurora, Ind. Ho was very
wealthy, and a fow ycara ago was known as
tho "Cooper King" of Indiana,
A ladles' lunch was given at thoWhlto
Hoilso, to tho wives and senators and
Miss Cleveland, sister of tho
president, presided with much grace
Tho Ohio senate has concurred in tho houso
amendmonts to tho Pugsloy election bill, and
all it now lacks to becomo a law is onrolhnont
and tho signatures of tho presiding olllcers of
tho two houses.
Judgo William Lindsay, of Kentucky, is
prominently mentioned as tho successor of
Mr. Rock in tho tf. S. Senate. Mr. Beck
himself, Mr. Carllslo and Mr. McCrcary aro
A German pnpor in "Washington makes an
explanation respecting Judgo Stollo's Christmas
speech at Rome, and proves that ho
mado no remarks in disparagement of tho
people of tho United States.
Tho Knights of Pythias celebrated tbolr
anniversary with religious services,
a parado and an evening entertainment
in Cincinnati. Tho street parado though in
gusts of snow, mado a splendid appearance
"Tho Transcontinental Aerial Navigation
Company of Chicago" has been incorporated.
Tho capital stock is $160,000, tho prime mover
being a gentleman whoso idea is an immenso
airship to bo navigated upon bonio sort of a
It is oxpected that tho International Editorial
convention, to bo held noxt week, will
lw attended by 250 members, being delegates
from tho sovcral state associations represented
in the genoral international association,
being tho most prominent editors in tho
several states outsido tho largest cities.
Trunk linos havo advanced tho rates on tho
transportation of livo etock and dressed moat
from tho west to tho cast Tho western
dressed meat business has almost starved out
tho eastern butchers, and tho latter aro rejoicing
over tho advance in rates, which it is
hoped will discourage tho western droswd
lion. Henry Wnttorson.
Louibville, Feb. 23. At midnight Henry
Wattorson's condition was moro favorablo
than it has been for tho past ten days. Hd i
rational a greater part of tho timo and rusts
easy. His physicians now havo strong hopes
of his recovery.
WAsniNOTON, Feb. 22. For tho Ohio valley
and Tcnncssoo: Fair weather, winds
variable, nearly stationary, followed
Iry slowly rising temperature. For tho Lower
Lake region fair weathor in tho western
portion, local snows to-day in tho eastern
portion, followed by fair weather; stationary,
followed by slowly rising temperature, winds
gencarally bhifting to southwesterly, failing
barometer in tho western portion and rising
barometer In tho eastern portion.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
(tuotntlonn of tho Money, Stock, Produce
mid Cuttlo Markets, 1'ob. 30.
Kbw Money 2 per cunt. lixchango
dull. Uovernrieiita strong.
Currency sixes, 1205 hid; fours, coupons, 125Jj
The stock market opened dull and steady with
the exceptions of Delaware, Lackauannn & Western,
Union 1'nelflc and Pacific Mall which w ere
weak and sold down sharply during the first half
hour, Tho decline on these stocks ranged from
Yi to 2 per cunt. After tho first call prices took
an upward turn on buying of tho grangers and
tho Vandeibllt and by midday the prices
had recovered all of tho morning's decline. Since
midday tho market has been steudy except for
Pacific Mall which Is selling at K, tho lowest
price In mnny mouths.
Bur. &QuIncy 137 Missouri Pacific .. 110J4
Canadian Pacific . li N.Y. & Erie 1
Canadian Southern 43W N. Y. Central 1CXVU
Central Pacific . Y & Chatt .... 44W
Chicago & Alton. 1S8 Northwestern.. .. noli
C., C., C.&I GO Northern Pacific 20
Dol. & Hudson. ...10 do preferred .. 48
Del., lack. E w ..ism unio iV miss
Denver & Rio G 13UJ Ohio Central lJ
Krio seconds 74 Pacific-Mull, SI
East Tennessee.... 0 Heading 25lf!
Illinois Central .... 11h Itock Wand 13ol2
Jersey Cential. ... M St. Paul U3M
Kansas & Texus.. 81 do preferred .. 12i
Lake Shore ... M Texas & Pacific... liiM
Louisville SXabh.. union racitio 4w2
Mich. Central 71 Western Union
FLOUR Fancy, S4.40f$4.75; family, $4.104 .35.
WHEAT No. 3 red. HOM'jOc: No. 8. ftftflfllc.
COUN-No. 3 mixed, JltXcjauc; No. a mixed,
3 mixed, 3SMJf33c; No. S mixed,
jemokiio: No. 2 white, ."vkvuic
Sll.iVjpll.37H; regular, S11.375
clear Rides, 0.100.12j.
LAUD Kettle, lfS t0Wc.
to cliolce Ohio, 09c; New
York, flXrtlOUo; Northwestern, 89c
POULTRY Cholco full-grown chickens, $3.ay?5
4.60; ducks, S'J B04 ISO; geese, gl.0O(g,5.BO per
dozen; livo turkeys, fifcj1
WOOI Unwashed mwllum clothing, 812So;
fine merino. UO&iilc; common, 1JCo; fleece-washed
medium clothing, 30(i$3ic; combing, Vi(d
80c; flno meilno X and XX, SOtLfcHo; burr and
eotfl, 17(J20o; tub washed, B8f?31o; pulled, lAto.
HAY-No. 1 timothy, Sia.25lJS.7S; No. 8. $.11.60
(?iaOO; mixed, 810.MXjf)U.00: prairie, SS.aX&t.OOj
wheat, oatH and ryo Btraw, $7,O0ir08.SO.
CATTLE flood to choico butcherH, 83.76.50.
fair, Sa.7a3.50: common, $l,7fl(i.60; stockers
and feeders, yearlings and calves,
HOdS Rolected butchers. S4.axaf.S0: fair to
;ood packing, 4.106(4.30: fair to good light. ?3.7!
huu: rominoii, o.i).xu.ia: cuus, iiuovo.isa.
choice, J4.004,75; common to fair lambs, $3.50(
4.20; good to cholco, 1.255.00.
WTIEAT No. 2 red, OlWo; March, Ol$0O2o;
April, tt)c: May, flti$!U9e; Juno, fttolBo.
COItN Mixed, February, 61o; March, 48W0;
April, 40o; May,
OATS western. 65c: Febniary, 40Wc.
100 lbs. livo weight.
HOOS SI.W44.7S; per 100 lbs.
8HEEI' 81. lWa;5.05 per 100 lbs. livo weight.
COTTON-Qulet: Middling uplands, t&Jo; do
Orleans, 6o; Febniary, 0.00: Ilarch, 0.03; April,
0.08; May, 0.10; Juno, 0.20; July, 0.23, August,
0.40; September, 0.45,
CATTLE Cholco to extra shipping, S3.C53.75;
common to fair, 1. 601.00; stockers and feeders,
$2 SO 1.40; Texans, 82.25f(94.00.
to good, J.lxai.S0; mixed packing,
4.00; cholco heavy, 84.35W1.C5.
SHEEP Common, 2.005.23: Toxans, 81.75
fair, WMMb: centrifugal
white, en04o; off wliito, OdMiaj
I o ifW7"Z7 Un
Flvo Cold and Two Sllvor Modnls,
awarded In 1885 at tho Expositions of
Now Orleans and LouIbvIHc, and tho Inventions
Exposition of London.
Tho superiority of Cornllno over horn
or whalebone haa now been demonstrated
by over flvo years' experience. It is nioro
durable, more pliable, more comfortable,
and never breaks.
Avoid cheap imitations mado of various
kinds of cord. None are genuine unless
"Dr. Waknkr's Cokalinb1 is printed
on Inside of steel cover.
FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING MERCHANTS.
353 Broadway, New York City.
25 YEARS IN USE,
Tho Oreatcit Medical Trinmph of the Ago!
SYMPTOMS OF A
IiOBftofnppctlte, llownUcoitlve, l'ulnln
tho bead, with a dull sensation In tho
back part, Tain under tho
Fullnom after eating, with n. disinclination
to exertion of body or mind.
Irritability of temper, Low apirlta, with
a fcelinc of bavin? neglected somoduty,
ucsrincii , I'luttcrlnc nt tho
Heart, Dots before the oyei, Headuchs
aTor the right eje, IlCBtleisaesi, with
fitful drenmi.IIIchly colored Urine, and
TUTT'S PILLS aro especially adaptcu
to ancb cases, ono doso cfTecta euoh a
chanco of feolingaa to astonish thosuffcrcr.
Thoy Increase the Appetite, nnd cause tho
body to Tako on Iflealittnui tbp estem Is
nourislieil.and bythelrTonto Action on
rrodneed. l'rlce atte. Blurrny St..lV.Y
TUTT'S EXTRACT SAnSflPABILLA
Renovates tho body, makes healthy, llesh,
strengthens tho weak, repairs tho wastes or
tho system with pure blood and hard muscle;
tones tho nervous system, Invigorates tho
brain, and imparts tho vigor of manhood.
$1. Sold by dniKcIsts.
OFFICE 44 MurrnySt., New York.
9 1 PS.2! SS frngon
a o iK k
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p a a- o
contains an antidote for all malnrlnl ills,
orders which, so fur as known, Is used In no
other remedy. It contains no Qulnlno, nor
any mineral nor dolotorlous substanco whatever,
and consequently produces no Injurious
eilect upon the constitution, but leaves the
system ns healthy as It was before tho attack.
WE WABRANT AYEE'B AGUE CUBE
to cure every caso of Fever and Ague, Intermittent
or Chill Fevor, Itemlttent Fever,
Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, and Liver Complaint
caused by malaria. In caso of failure,
after due trial, dealers aro authorized, by our
circular dated July 1st, 1882, to refund tho
Sold by all Druggists.
w AXL A WOKTIIINGTON,
f OARltlCTT S. WAI.I,
I K. I WOKTHINQTOM
Attornoys and Counselors at Law,
Will prnctlco In all courts In Mason and adjoining
counties and In tho Superior Court
and Court of Appeals. All collections given
prompt attention. nnvHd&w
I nm sixty-seven years old, and hnvo lived
in this (Hall) muuty till my life. Up to
twenty-eight j cars ago 1 wus legarded a tho
utronut'st ninn In tho neighborhood tlio most
rob uk In health. In November, 1830, 1 had a
long and seilous spell of typhoid fever It
left mo emaciated find n cripple In my right
leg. a i limes inai nmo wuhhwoiicu nn
Blfo, belntt twice uslnrgo ns Its natural
condition, and Inflamed and angry In
From my knee down Rtnuli sores came
and ut tho ankle n huge ulcer came, which
discharged poisonous mutter. My whole
became Infected. The doctors would
patch mo up for awhile, but tho ulcer would
never heul. Tho merruiy and potnsh with
which they dosed me brought on rheumatism
and dyspepsia. I was an object of pity to all
my ft lends. Home thought that tho only
hopo to hiivo lite was amputation. 1 continued
to grow worbo, and for three years I have
not worn n shoe. Hopo hnd almost left me,
Hwlfl's Specific was Miggpsted and I commenced
its usn nt once. From tho very flrt
I began to led better. I have taken
bottles, and tho sliiidowa which hud darkened
nay life lor yeais liuvo all been
dissipated. The e fleet of tho medlclno has
been wonderful Indeed. To-day I nm ablo to
nttend to nil my fnrmliiK Interests, and wallc
Iromonoto live miles per day, 1 nm
that tho dlsnuso lb entirely broken up,
nnd henceforth I um able to be freo from
terrible nppehenslons and suffering
which foimcrly made my life miserable.
Swift's Specific lias done more for me in one
year than nil the drug store medlclno prescribed
by physicians did In twenty-eight
years, and I most cheerfully bear tho testimony
of Its morlts. W ii.i.iam It. Kekd.
Hull County, Ua., Feb. 28, 1883.
From Tho Dissecting Room.
Having taken Swift's Specific for blood poison
contracted atn medical collcgo at a
whllol wusu medical student, lam
grateful to say that It gave mo a speedy nnd
thorough euro after my parents had spent
hundrulNof dollars for treatment. My arm
was swollen to twice Its usual size, and ns
nothing helped mo I wns despairing of ever
being cured. But heating of tho 8. S. S., I
bought a bottle little thinking I would derive
any benefit from It. I began taking It
regularly, and soon tho swelling began to go
down unci tho arm ceased to palu me. I continued
Itfl use, nnd alter talcing eight bottles
was thoroughly cured.
Augustus Wkndkii, Newark, N. J.
Treatleo ou Blood and Skin Dlsea.se mailed
Tub Swift Srrcirio Co., Drawer3, Atlnntn,
Mkufhis, Tknn., November U, 18W.
I have tried Bradfleld's Femnlo Regulator,
and find It splendid, and all you claim for It.
llespectfully, Mattik A. Lowb.
Duk Wkst, 8. C, November 17, 1881.
1 have med one bottlo of your Female Regulator,
and can recommend It totbepublloas
being a specific for the diseases of women.
Yours truly, Hkstkii Smith.
Smith lan r, Texas, November 14, 1881.
1 have been taking your Female Regulator,
nnd think It a great medicine. Havo recommended
It to several of my friends, who have
used It wlttr tho most happy results.
Yours truly, F. M. Wiiatlkt.
WF.nsTEiivii.i.E, Tkxab, November 11, 181H.
Having used your Femnlo Regulator with
great success, and nlso tho Mothers' Friend
with tio samo result, I sand you my thanks
and best wishes. I think every female should
know of this boon to woman, namely,
Female Regulator and Mothers'Frlend.
Respectfully, Mkh. Jas. Tiiomi'Son.
Linton, Ua., November 10, 1881.
I hnvo ben using your Femalo Regulator
for somo time with the bet of results, and
find It to Vo Just what you claim for It to
best friend. Respectfully,
Mrs. V. 1 . Reaves.
We are constantly receiving such voluntary
Send for our Treatlso on tho DIseasoi of
Woman mailed freo. Address .
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO,,
dmifcw Atlanta, Georgia.
r ami: a wokukjh.
ARCHITECTS and BUILDERS.
Plans and specifications furnished on
terms and nil work satisfactorily and
firomptly done. Office on Third street, be
ween Wall and Button.
RELIABLE SELF CURE
A favorite prescription of one of the moit
noted and successful specialists in the U. S.
(now retired) for the cure ef Xervoim Debility,
Loit Miinhooil, AVcaUneii and Jlecay. Sent
in plain sealed envelope Free. Druggists can fill lc
Address DR. WARD & CO,, Louisiana, Mo,
w B. A. McNBTT,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Ofllco at Mr. Miner's former resldonco on
Second street. Ofllco hours from 0 to 12 n.
in., l to i p. m. jamuuam
LOUISVILLE COTTON and GRAIN EXCHANGE
Chicago, Mnrkets received every ten minutes.
Orders taken for 1.000 bushels nnd upwards.
Ofllco; Cooper's buldlug Second St.
MALTBY, BENTLEY & CO.,
And Liquors Wholosnlo nnd Retail.
A lot of cholco Clovor nnd Timothy Seed
Just received, Alo. another lot of tho ''Good
Ennngh" Family Oil mid Gasoline Can. from
which, bvn pump, oilcan be trausfered Into
lamps without wasto nd with perfect neatness.
Call and seo It operate to-day.
MALTBY, UENTLKV & CO..
No. 10 Market street, ' Maysvllle, ICy,
INlLdl lUA I L.
Tho Merry Christmas Time Is coming, and
you should Investigate whero you can buy
tho bost and most sultnblo Christmas Presents
for tho money. Your wants have been
HENRY 0 RT
has reduced his ontlro stcck, comprising tho
Nowest Styles of
DINING, PARLOR, LIBRARY nud
SIDEBOARDS and WARDROBES,
FOLDING BED LOUNGES,
SPRING BOTTOM BEDS,
COTTON nnd COTTON-TOP
RATTAN and REED ROCKERS,
CARPET SEAT and BACK ROCKER,
DINING and LIBRARY CHAIRS,
Largo stock especially for the Llttlo Folks.
Toy Sets, Bureaus, Beds, Sideboards, Tables
and Desks at tho LOWEST CASH PRICE.
EAST SECOND ST., MAYSVILLE.
s maimii' 'Eim
M II v
I Pat. Oot 30th, 1883. Bf
Mado only of tlio flnefitfintlbestqnah
lty of UIiims for withstanding beat.
Every pood, thing1 is Counterfeited,
and. consumers aro CAUTIONED
against IMITATIONS of
those Chimneys made of VERY
POOR GLASS. Soothattheoxaot
label is on eaoh chimney as above.
Tho Pearl Top is always oloar and
Manufactured ONI.T by
GEO. A. MACBETH & GO.
Pittsburgh Lead Glass Works.
FOR SALE BY. DEALERS.
NO VJELTT STORE.
DRV 000DS and NOTIONS,
I hnvo always on hnnd a full snpply of
Sohool Books, and havo Jnst received a large
assortment of new millinery goods.
1 M. W1LMAHN,
Flno work in all tlin depnrtrannts of dentistry.
Nitrous Oxido Gas administered,
Ofllco and residence White Block, corner
Third nnd Limestone streets.
TitH. HSIIXIX k tVAHltlilC,
XII tvntlHiivl.ln ri. Y.,n.ltl.. nnnl MtWTiCrf
eas extraction of ms
toeth. Ofllco on Court Stroet. nplBdly
TK. Y. H. MOUWl,
Ofllco Second Street, over Run. (MHMbh
von & Hooker's drv coods stnrn.
Gas ndralnlstored In all cases
Is TO INFORM THE PUBLIC GENER-ally
that on and after January 1st, 18S0, we
shall be fully prepared to Manufacture, In tho
city of Mnysvlllo, any Vehlclo known to tho
Cnnlago Trade, nnd also to REPAIR and
PAINT any number of old
CARRIAGES and SPRING WAGONS that
may be outrusted to our enro ; at prices, too.
that shall awaken n more lively Interest In
the cnnlago business than ever before attained.
All work warranted ns represented or
money refunded. We shall contlnuo to carry
a lino of EASTERN WORK ns heretofore.
Myall & Shackleford,
Sutton Street, Maysvllle, Ky.
Headquarters For ALL KINDS
o jgir hd
ffl Sx hrt
C. S. MXITEB. & BEO.
-la a fine stock of-
CEILING DECORATIONS, nnd everything
In tho Paint line.
ALABABT1NE is tho best Coating forwalls
and ceilings; It will not
better than Knlbomlne or Whitewash.
Anyono can put It no.
mr24 , No. 2 Zwelgart's Block.
CIGARS and TOBACCOS,
Teas, Queenuware, .Glassware, and Notions.
Highest casb price paid for Country Produce
Comer oi Fourth and Plum ftreots.
TIOIIEUT I! INSET,
Gas and Steam Fitter.
Orders nromntlv attended tn. Nn. 2fl
Second stieet. niarlO
You are allowed afree Mat of thirty clays of tho
uso of Ur. Dye's Celebrated Voltafo Bolt wltn
Klectrlo fiugponsory Appliances, for tho epeedy
rcflef and permanent euro ot NenousDeMlUu,o&a
of Vitality and Jlfaniootand all kindred troubles.
VOtTAIO &ELT CO., Mjirdiall, Mich
Cure for I'IIch.
Piles nre frequently preceded by a sense of
weight In the bnok, loins and lower part of
the abdomen, canning the patient tosuproso
bo has somo n flection of tho kidneys or neighboring
organs. At tithes, uymntons of indigestion
nro present, as flatulency, uneasiness
of tho stomach, etc. A moisture, (Ike
produclnar a very disagreeable itching,
after uettlnp warm, Is u common attendant.
Blind, bleeding nnd Itching piles yield ntonco
to tho application of Dr. Bosanco'N Plla Remedy,
which nets directly upon tho parts
absorbing the tumors, allaying tho Intense
Itching, nnd affecting a permanent cure,
i'rlce 60 ccntn. Address the Dr. Bosnnco
Co., I'lqun, O. Hold by Geo. T. Wood,