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A BRIEF SUMMARY OF ALL FOREIGN
lti Vrambllog State of Affairs' fn Whloh
the' Parisians Now Find TbrfmselVe.
Gravy Willing to Step Aside to Satisfy
Other' Politic! Ambition.
London, Doo. 3. Dospito tbs positive as
Rtnuioo of Getu Saussior, govornoi1 of
Paris, that every precaution has boon taken
In hi moans to secure life and property, the
worthy citizens of that excitement-loving
capital do not foel altogether safe. The
oeene;of' the dreadful commune possess yet
too TiVld a coloring in thoir 'mind's picture
te admit of a senso of perfoot security.
Tfaoy remember the wild aoU aad brutal
violence of the Parisian mob during those
fearful days, and tremble now at the
thought of a ropotition of such deeds.
Thore was a great stampede yesterday
among householders tnd thoeo who valuo
what possessions they boast of; money and
jewels wero secreted until the danger be
averted or passed, and articles of valuo
wero safely bostawod in strong places
against tho evil day. Tho bettor class of I
citizens ara thoroughly alarmed by lost
night's occurrences, and in somo localities
littlo business bos been dono in tho shops
for tho last few days.
Tho mob demand to know wnethor Presi
dent Grevy intends to rosign, and, if so,
who is to be his successor. Attor they have
learned this and assisted in their peculiar
way nt the election of a new exocutivo for
the ropublio thon if thoy aro satis del they
will once moro become peacoful citizens.
But what thoy will oonoelvo in their minds
and carry out beforo thoy obtain satisfact
ion no ono can telL
For somo tho present situation affords a
grand holiday, sensational enough to suit
the tosto of most Parisians. To others it
affords a season of worry and foar that ex
plains tho earnest wish they express to have
President Grwy romain at the head of the
government and thus provont a chaos which .
a new election- will cause.
The vacillation of H. Grevy is due to this
feeling on the part of tho deputies and peo
ple, and thus ho is placed in a difficult posi-1
tion, between wishing to do tho best for the '
Welfare of tho republio and to satisfy the
political agitation. It is expected that the
Section at Versailles will pass off quietly,
and that Gen. Baussier is able to meet any
UfQoulty that may arise.
Pope Leo's Jnbllco.
Rome, Dec. 3. Yesterday it was just
fifty years since Pope Leo XIII. received
his ordination ns a priest. Representatives
of Catholic churches all over the world have
traveled to Romo to participate in the
golden anniversary, and are still coming to
tho jubilee, which continues some time.
Tho oeromonies consist of the presentation
of gifts, congratulations and other marks
f homage and respect.
The jubilee mass will cost 200,000, and
will be the chief ceremony of tho celebra
tion, and will take place December 31. The
pope himself will take part in the ritos.
Tho exponsos of the celebration will be
defrayed from the fund known as "Peter's
pence," a collection taken from the different
churches for the support of the Pontiff.
The presents offered at the jubilee are of
great variety and are publicly exhibited.
Somo of the presents received aro rather
curious. The Society Bibliographique, of
Paris, sends a volumo containing the "Pat
ernoster," printed in 150 languages. From
Alsaco comes a reproduction of the famous
Btrasburg clock, giving a calendar of the
year. Naples sends a throne of solid gold.
On a grand organ, just finished in St. Peter's
eathedral, is played exclusively jubilee
music, the first piece being a jubilee com
position by Gounod, the famous musician.
Just what America tent is not known,
but as- there ore nearly ten million good
Catholics in this country the contributions
will at least be numerous and elegant
None of the Cincinnati Catholic clergy
who attend the festivities through Arch
bishop Elder hinted to a reporter that the
holy father would not be forgotton by his
children of the Queen City.
Grevy Finally Iteilgnt.
Paris, Djc. 3. President Grevy hat at
last resigned tho prosidenor of the republio.
His letter of resignation was read in tha
chamber of deputies this afternoon. M.
Grevy says he regards the votes taken in
the chamber of deputies and senatoyester
day as a decisive demonstration which
necessitates his resignation. The services to
the country in which peace prevailed aro re
called in his message. Uo loaves the offla
with a sad heart, he says, and will not be
responsible for future events. Tremondous
crowds were in'front of the deputios build
ing all morn'Ug. Traflio In tho vicinity has
been stopped by tho police.
The menage was received by the deputies
with pamfiil silence. A letter was read
from tho president of the senute ordering a
congress t f the two chamlwrs to meet to
morrow at Versailles, wnen a now president
wlllbe 'elected. Tho meeting then ad journod
with criot! of "Vive la Republique."
Crown Prince Better.
London, Dec. 3. Dr. Mackenzie has re
ceived no. wa that thero is no actual micro
soopio proof of the existence of cancer in
the crowu prince's throat, and the swelling
hag gbne down.
A'speoial from San Romo says the prinoe
and princess were out driving yesterday and
that throe German frigates passed close to
the shore, tired a salute of twonty-ono guns
and.the bands played the National anthem.
Uiuer Fritz's general health remains good
and he has no diulculty in either breathing
Sioux City, Iowa, Deo. a. The defense j
in the Haddock murder case rested at tho
fvtnnlimlnn nf the proaweVfLnifnntrnn r9 th.
chief defendant, Arensdorf. The defend
ant got somewhat muddled in explaining
the difference between his alibi testimony
in this trial and that in tho first trial He
explained tho variance on the ground of
forgotfuluos. 'j. he state is now taking
robuttal testimony. E. Bradeuburg, of
"VVesttlold, tostilled he was at tho brewery
two mouths before the murder, in conversa
tion with Arensdorf, who said that he
would head a mob at any timo to clean out
tha temperance people. A number of busi
ness men from Monticello, Iowa, the former
homo of tbo witnossj Mrs. Smith, testiflod
Colior lick of integrity and bad mora
cUaractor. She gave material' evidence for
lha defense Erwin's argument will be
very comprehensive, doaling with the pro
)ihi"v law in ft general sense and will be
u ti..Hiit ofTort. j
Toplea of tha Tlufoa dYvao la a Tereeaad
Russian newspapers continue their attacks
Frtfn'chMri and copper syndicate ir now
New Albany, Ind., street railroad has
' l.. -J. l.l A.1 ?K WV
Bobbins, Republican, has boon eleoted
mayor qf PWjvlderioe.
The inorouie in the publio debt during No
vember was 11,400,850:
New 1,000,000 stock yards at St. Josopb,
Mo., have boon opened.
Aurora, Ind., ladies have organized a
"White Apron" social club.
Dr. Parker has been exonerated by the
Boocher statuo fund committee.
In a fire in Brooklyn, Kan., four men
were burned to death. Loss f tt,000.
Indiana woman suffragists are besioging
tho village of Anderson in convention this
A Chicago Anarchistic editor charges
Powderly with having struck Parsons down
with a poisoned dagger;
Marinda Rojendes, the famous Mexican
smuggler, was captured by Mexican cav
alrymen and shot Tuesday.
Nowark, O., is at present a straight cold
water town. The conference of Baptist
ministers there makes it thus.
Tho Fremont, O., board of trudo and its
friends were ologantly received by Gon.
Hays and his wifo last evening.
Springfield, O.: Henry Wiegand, seven
years of ago, put a cartridge into the stovo
to dry, and is minus a loft hand.
Fires. Brick warehouso and contents at
Owensburg, Ky., loss 132,000, Todd & Son's
saw mill, Calais, Me., loss $20,0tH).
J. M. C. Martin, the pioneer in the brush
manufacturing industry of New York, diod
Wednesday, aged seventy-six years.
Ten men of Buoyrus, O., will represent
the Young Mon's Republican club at tho
Now York Nationol club. convention.
W. J. Coppock, Esq., has boon appointed
administrator of the estate of Charles A.
Koblor, the Cincinnati forgor and suicide.
At Wabash, Ind., J. C. F. Martin wont
shooting and came in with a game-bag full
of thumbs (his own) brought down at short
Harding, tho Xenia Ohio wife murderer,
is accused nf having committed the deed
premeditatedly and attempting tho insanity
For the filling of the two dozen placos in
the gift of tho Ohio legislature 200 patriots
have doolarod thomselvos willing to be sac
rificed. Dead Chicago Anarchists will bo buried
at Mount Greenwood, tweuty miles south of
Chicago, and not at Waldheim, as at first
A corporation with $700,000 has boon or
ganized at Piqua,. O., to pipe natural gas
from the Mercer county gas field to Piqua
Aloxander Taylor, driver of a mail wagon
in Now York, has confessed to robbing the
mails of drafta, He has only been in the
country six weeks.
Whisky trust is working well for Peoria
the revenue collections for November being
$l,8W,ft.70, against $1,2,879.74 for the
same month last year.
At Anderson, Ind., John Beat, aged
twenty-five, was talking with his sweet
heart at tho church door and fell dead at
her feet. Heart disease.
Adjt Gen. Sam. Hill resigned his seat in
tho Kentucky senate, and Governor Buok
nor has called an election December 22 to
put another man in his place
There is a strong movemont in tho direc
tion of inducing Speaker Carlisle to assume
the leadership of the Democratic party on
the floor of tho houso in the next Congress,
The reception given by the New York
State Democratic association to Frederick
Cook, at Willard's last night, was a great
ovation to the recontly elected secretary of
state of the Empire state.
Newell Tyler, a Webberville, Mioh.,
painter, while drunk cracked a boy's skull
with an iron shoelast. He was arrested,
and Wednesday night set the jail on Ore
and perished in the ilamos.
The Merchant Steel Manufacturers' associ
ation of the United States met in Pittsburg
Wednosday. Somo slight changes wero
made in prices in the nature of an advance.
The Bessemer people agreed to uphold tho
price of merchaut steel,
George Norman, living near New London,
Mo., was bitten lost summor by a dog, but
was not effected until Tuesday night, when
he awoke from a dream and said he saw
hiuisolf dying of hydrophobia. Convulsions
soon followed, and after foarful sutforing he
The course, of true love b3tweon John
Richardson and Margaret Anderson, of
Marion, Ind., is considerably roughened by
an irate father and husband on her side, a
wifo and three children on his, and the
prison bars vvnloh inclose him for trying to
elope against all these obstacles.
Dan. Swlgort, of Lexington, Ky., pro
prietor of Elmondort stud, has purcbasned
from Dwyer Brothers the colt. Tremont,
for$:J5,W0. Tremodt is by Virgil,' dam
Annie Fife, by Alarm. This i the largest
price over paid in this country for any
home bred thoroughbred fpr stud purposes:
In reply to Tom Connors' challenge to
wrestle Evan Lewis in Chicago, on the 10th
Inst, tlie latter has instructed "Parson'
D&vies, his backer, to sign any fair set', of
articles. Tho match, should it bo made,
Will bo catch-as-catch-can, two point
down, best two in three, or best throe in Ave
The caucus committee of the Demooratio
senators held another meeting yoitorday to
consider the question of the organization of
tho senate next Monday. Their report will
be submitted to the caucus and it isundW
stotfd that it' will recommend that the party1
instst'upon the seating! of Messrs. Turple; of
Indiana, and Faulkner, of West Virginia,
The Republican sonators will' likely not
hold their caucus on the reorganization of
committees and the contested elections from
Indiana and West Virginia till Monday
morning. Mr. Ingalls, president pro torn.
of the senate, and Mr. Edmunds, chairman
of the caucus committee, expeot a full at
tendance of the Republican senators and
senators-elect on Monday,
St. John, N. B., Doa 8. The statement
is published that in a lecture at Mono ton,
George Francis Train spoke slightingly of
Mrs. Cleveland and drew on a blackboard a
caricature of President and Mrs. Cleveland.
This bus caused nuoh indignation against
Train among the people of NeW Brunswick,
who entertain the sumo admiration and re
speot for Mrs. Cleveland that is accords d
her in her own country,
?? PERFECT M0
Its superior excnllenco nrovca in millions
of borne for more tlinn n qunrter of a century. .
It Is used by tho Untied Htales Government.
KnUorsed bv iho bends of tlie gient Universi
ties as tlioBtroimest, Purest and most Health
lul. Dr. Price's tho only Halting Powder that
ilofs not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. ,
PKIOE BAKING POWDER CO.
New York, Ulilcugo, St. Louis.
Joyftil tidings to tho thousands:
tho Mammoth Furnituro Storo of
HENRY OBT offers a largo stook of
Bran Now Stylos, at pricos on
Latost Stylos of Parlor "Work, Fold
ing Bod Iioungos and Beds, Sido-
hnarrifl. TtnnlrnfiHnfl. "WardrohOB and
all othor artiolos in the lino of
thaf will mnlrn it intarflfitisor to hnv-
era. Our trade is. inoroasine, and
to mako it boom, we have mado p'ri
ooa to suit tho timoB. "Wo carry a
largo stook, and aro the drivers of
low cash pricos. Come and see; wo
will troat vou richt. Bomombor,
square doaling at
THE HENRY ORT
Gc O f O
G. S. HANCOCK,
No. 19 Markot street, Maysvllle, Ky., for good
Groceries and Produce.
and everything usually kept In a nrst-olass
retail grocery, jauu or iraue ior pnxiuco.
uonest weigui anu square ueauog.
SOKKIES A SOW,
CTlf km LOCKSMITHS,
Kepalr Guns, Pistols', Eooks.'Ac Bpcelal at
tention paid to repairing Sewing Machines.
Ofiloe and Hhop on East Second street.
r AW OAKB.
J. H. 8AX.I.VK, Commonwealth's Att'y.
O. h. BAZ.X.KK, Notary Public.
SAIiX.BE &S ALLEE,
Attornoya and Counselors at Law,
will attend to collections and a genoral law
practice In civil cases In Masoa and adjoining
oountles. Fire Insurance, and Heal .Estate
Agnt?. All letters answered promptly. Of
fice f No. 12 Court street, Maysvllle, Ky.
A DVERTIBKRSI sead for onr Beleot LM
ry oiixcai Kewspaners. ueo. r. itowen m
6oKi.Bprutflftroet. N.Y I
IsBTlfnaif'iisA1 juL i'SmIII
J. W. SPARKS & BRO.,
On rbtiriiif frbm- business, will offer their maramotli stock of
DRY GODDS at such reduced prices as will afford a golden
harvest to all to g'atner
A representative from every home should come and see the
great bargains we offer. Every article over our counter will bo
at such prices that will command the attention of buyers.- Every
thing goes at cut prices marked down tb rock? bbtfom We
offer a stock that is wonderful in quantity, quality and style,
Cloaks, Carpets, Shawls,
Gloves, Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Hats, Caps, Shirts, &c.
Wo are determined to sell out our entire stock, and have put
tho knife to prices so as to afford an opportunity for bargain
hunters to find what thoy are anxiously looking for tho cheap
est lot of Dry Goods ever put on sale in the city of Maysville.
J. W. SPAHKS & EEC.
2-3, 3VT.xlK.ot JS-t..
1TEN ITEMS EXTRAORDINARY AT THE BEE HIVE:
BARGAIN NO. 1. Twenty-flvo pieces All Wool Sorgo, forty inches wide, 33i
cents a yard, fully worth CO cents.
BARGAIN NO. 2 Seventy-five pieces finest English Caslimere.all now shades,
thirty-eight inches wide, 28 cents, nctuallv worth 48 cents.
BARGAIN NO. 3. Sixty pieces Double Width Dress Goods, all wool filling,
all colors, 15 cents a yard, wtfrtfi 25 cents.
BARGAIN NO. 4. Twenty dozen Ladies' Jerseys, colors black, brown and
blue, in Wool Boucie Cloth, all sizes, 73 cents each; would be a bargain at $1.25.
BARGAIN NO. 5.-One hundred and fifty dozen La Belle Kid Gloves, fivfr
button, embroidered bncks, all new shades, 73 cents a pair ; Cincinnati price is $1.75.
BARGAIN NO. 6. Twenty-five Black Hare Muffs, elegant goods, at G9 cenW
each, worth double ; also a fine variety of Muffs, Boas, Fur Trimings, &c.
BARGAIN NO. 7. Three dozen pair All Wool Red Blankets, largest sizo, at
$2.98 a pair, worth a $5 bill.
BABGAIN NO. 8. Twenty-five pair full size White Blankqtp, good and heavy,
98 cents a pair, worth $2 50.
BARGAIN NO. 9. Thirty dozen Ladies' All Wool Cashmere Hose at 25 cent
a pair, would he cheap at 45 cents.
BARGAIN NO. 10. Fifty dozen Ladies' CorBets, in white and drab, all sizfs
39 cents each. These aro tho same Corsets that others are selling at 50 and GO cts.
We aro daily receiving novelties in Fancy Holiday Goods, such as Bisque,
Terra Cotta and Bronze Ornaments, Figures, &o ; also Fancy Table Scarfs, Lambre
quins, Stand Covers, &c, in Plush and Felt, and many other attractive articles suit
able for Xmas presents too numerous to mention.
Another lot of that good quality, heavy Note Paper, twenty-four sheets for 5
cents, and White Envelopes twenty-five for 5 cents. Give us a call.
ROSENAO BROS., Prop's "Bee Hive."
rr HERMANN LANOE, The Jeweler,
has an elegant stock of Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silver
ware, Clocks, Spectacles, Gold Pens, Opera Glasses, etc. 17
Arcade, Cincinnati, Ohio.
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It to a bealtfar vizor.
and ntMlmllntlou of
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dersneemoat of the sTstem. It
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colds. Bilious cono. malaria Fevers. Bilious Fever,
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Foe FEEB TpiAL PAOXAQE send O ete. in stamps For fall packsso send &0 cts. ts
TELEGRAPH MEDICINE CO., LAKE CHARLES. LA,
Gas and Steam Fitter.
Orders nromntly attended to. No. 3s
Beoond street. marlO
Holiday s Goods !'
J. JAMES WOOD!
Respectful) v Invites attention to his complete
line of liollUay Goods, comprising a large
Urusl) and Comb Sols,
Odor Cases and Perfumery, large variety,
Bisque Flgufon la novel designs,
"Whisk llroom Holders,
Jewel Boxes, Work Boxes, PockctbdokB,
Boaps, 'oUet Powders, Bliavlns Bete,
Lamps, newest'etyltsand varlons ptttterna.
I Invito Inspection and comparison of pri
ces belore purobaslng elsewhere:
J, JAMBS WOOD.
AND LIVER REGULATOR.
Our Safe Family Doctor.
. 'A Complete Family Medlalne.'
Perfect substitute for Calomel
A Safe and Reliable Remedy In all eases
Remedy of the age for Bilious DUeases;
A PURELY VEGETABLiB cranyanTa&d tha neat eflfectrrV
for reraoTlnjr bll from the entem. and rettorinc tb
Urerknd'tbo Mdners. It hM a ntild alterative
upon the rretem. It renovate it and' xeatorM
It Increase tio appetite and aldi In the dJsrestlon
Ibe food. It can- be rivenTflrti FUItFKCT
adults of any ace In all cases where there if
baa been need with most wonderful effect In
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BAKER AND 00NEE0TI0NEB,
Iofl Cream and Soda 'Water a Bpecial ty. ,
Fresh Bread and Cakes made dally and de
livered to any part of the city. Parties and
weddings furnished on abort notice, No. X
Fine Land For Sale.
For sale, 120 acres of land In a high stateiof
cultivation, situated on the Hlrode'a Run
pike nearClark'd Station, on Maysvllle and
Lexinaton It. R ,flvo or six miles from Mays
vllle, Ky. There Is on tuls'farm a 'good-two-story
brick hortse, containing six rooms
kitchen and sorvaut's room and good cellar.
A good cistern, a large milk boose about,
thirty steps' from kitchen, with a splendid
spring of novor-ialllng water. Also a large'
basement stock and tobacco barn, Ire house
and small touant bouso; good pool, large'
pond and a never-falling: spring fn pasture.
There are fifteen acros In wheat' and the
balance of tho land is well set in gross. Most
hf tbls farm is good tobacco and hemp land:
r or terms, sc, appiy to u. p. ijotib. on tne
6AS STEAM FITTER
Curley 'a new pystem of House Drainage and
Ventilation. Bath rooms ntted np with hot
and oold water a spoolalty. Also a large
iron, Lead and Stone Pipe,
Glob, Angle and Check Valves, water and
Steam Gauges, Force and Lift Pumps, BuU
bar Hone .Chandeliers, Braokets and Globes',
Personal attention given to all work and sat
utfactlon guaranteed, T. J. CDRLKY,
ieoond street, above Market, opposite Okisr
odson's.jtoiJVtvlDf, Ky.; ntdlytr