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WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW.
CONDITIONS OF BU9INE6S A3 RE
PORTED TO R. Q. DUN & CO.
Kxeltement In the Speculative Market
Owing " the Abundauoa of Money.
Several Important Fallurei Condition
of Trade In Other Branches-. Fall urea.
New "Xork, Doa 5. R. O. Dun & Ca'
weekly roview of trade says: On nearly all
the speculative markets thore is furions ex
citement, corners abound and artificial ad
vancei are foroed by powerful cliques, aided
by abundance of money, Hut prices check
tegitimnto buslnosi, industries are hesitating
and monetary stringency of many points
result in slow collections and soino impor
Tho liquidation of Brown, Wood & King
man, one of the largest dry goods houses,
whose BaleJ were $l'i,OJ0,(K)0 a yoar, illus
trates the prusiure wulcu has provallod in
the commercial money rrarkot, oven while
funds for speculative uses woro abundant.
This proesuru does not abue; if at some
points the market is easior, the reports more
comrao!y Indicate contiuuod or increased
At Denver collections are fair and money
In increased and'vharp demand; at Kansas
City collections aro dull and money close;
at St. Paul collections aro fairly satisfac
tory; at Omaha fair, with money oasierj
at Milwauueo the demand is urgent, the
tnarkot striugont, and collections somewhat
backward; at Cnlcago speculative demands
are increasing, and ineauwhiio calls from
the country do not abate; at Detroit busi
ness is somewhat qulec and the grain trade
requiring less than usual, but though money
is easier the ratos are 7 to 8 per cent.; at
Cincinnati banks have no money for out
siders ami the market is close at 0 to 7 per
cent. ; at C oveland deposits improve, b"
money Is still olim; at PnilalelpaU collec
tions aro somewhat Blow, heavy blocks of
paper await sales, and considerable New
York paper is being offered; at Boston
western paper isoilirel at 7 per cent, some
of it indorsed by banks, whilo the home de
mand Is large.
This pressure at many points, with great
abundance of funds in speculative uses, con
forms to estimates published minths ago of
the treasury's policy. Qrave uncertainties
In France and Germany render dependence
en further foreign supptiei undesirable. In
tho past week tho treasury has taken in
$1,000,000 more than it paid out The grow
ing disoussion of modos to lessen tho surplus
points to no assured end as yet, but causes
apprehension in some manufactures. The
dry goods trade is modorato, without im
provement in woolens. Considerable sales
of cassimeros at prioes only a little below
last year are reportod, and in overcoatings
prices ore considered low.
The boot and shoe trade is in good shape, I
but leather is dull and hides depressed. In '
groceries thero is a largo volume of busi
ness; oofltee'is nominal; tho sqgar trust has
advanced tho price of refined. A powerful
syndicate has cornered tiu and copper, and
to also oporatlng in tin and lead. Attempts
to rovivo the coke syndicate have failed,
and companies have concluded to attempt
o further advance in the price of coal for
December, tho demand falling oil with the
countermanding of some orders. Iron still
hesitates, though be3t grados are scarce.
Southern makers are bidding for New York
sod New England trade, and prices at Pitts- ,
burg tend to lower for all grades except
In bar iron there is a perceptible shrink- ,
ago of demand; nails are dull and lower and
stool rail buyers hold oil. Tho halting in
tho market for soourities continues, lie-
ported ditllculties in the Baltimore & Ohio '
settlement attract notice. Tho whoat'mar
kst has risen two cents and corn as muoh,
-with great excitement Oil and cotton have
been stronger, aud a boom in pork products
lifted prices, but has met a reaction In all ,
directions speculation is marked by that ex
cited activity wnioh' renders legitimate
Failures this week number 'Mi,, compared
with H3 the corresponding week of last
The Turple Contest.
IxotAXAfoUB, Dec. A. Tne Turple con
test more uud more nbjorbs public atten
tion, to the exclusion of all other political
subject. In additiuu to the regular pro
tests fifed at Washington some time ago, of
which the general public know moro or loss,
It is learned that a supplementary protest,
prepared by local Republicans, has been
forwarded. It calls attention to the clause
in tho constitution which provides tbit no
person who may be a collector or a holdor
of public money shall bo eligible to ofllco
until ho shad have accounted for and paid
over, according to law, all sums for which
lie may be liable, and then charges that
Representative Harroll, of Franklin oounty,
and Crinson, of Scott county, both of whom
voted for Turplo, were ineligible under the
law to membership in the legislature, as
both had held oounty offices aud ha 1 not
paid over all sums for which they we're
liablo prior to their eleotinn to tho legisla
ture or before .they voted for senator. There
Is considerable agitation among Democrats
over the charge.
. Striking; at Ills; Corporations.
Chicago, Doa 6. A spools! to the Tri
bans from Detroit says: The disclosures
made two days ago about the precarious
titles to BOJ.OiO acres of swamp land in
Hloalgan seems to have struck home to
some of, the biggest and wealthiest mon of
Michigan as well as some of the most pow
erful corporations of the state. It. tran
spires that Senators Palmer aud Stook
bridge have large pjrsgnal interests at
take. The value of one 200 acre lot held
by Mr. Palmer is placed at $70,0Q0. Sena
tor Stookbridge's interest are said to bo
even greater than Palmer's. Stookbridge
Is a large owner in the Grand Rapids &
Indiana raiiroad, which is made defendant
is the first cose to be tried.
8t. CbAmaviLL'ft O., Deo. 5.- -For a long
time past Flushing, this county, has been
infested by an organised gang of thieves
whloh the local authorities were unable to
locate. On the night of November Hi the
station house of the Cleveland, Loralne &
Wheeling railroad at that place was entered
by thieves, and a barrel of whisky valued at
S5 taken. Deputy Sheriff Scott went to
Flushing and arrested a young man named
John Ayrrs, charging him with the bur
fcltjry. Ayres says be got the whisky, and
that when the proper time comes be will
give tho nt of the gang away.
A lloodter's King .Exposed.
New York, Dae, 5.A speoial to the
Herald from Kansas City says: The out
com of an investigation of Alderman
Looser indicates tho exposure of a attg a
boodler'a ring, in which several of the al
dermen and city officials are concerned. It
is oharged also that the mayor had a finger
in the mess.
Stonn.hlasrs Embattled la Valu.
Chattanooga, Tenn., Deo, 5. A nasaber
of revenue ollloers raided Sand mountain
yesterday in search of an illicit distillery,
which they found and destroyed. They
then hid themselves in tbe bushes and
watched for thoir game. In duo time ten
moonshiners made their appearanoe, and as
soon as they saw the revenue officials they
opened fire on them with double barreled
shotguns. The ollloers returned tho fire and
for ten minutes a terrible battle waa waged
from behind trees and rocks. After the
moonahinors had used up all of their am
munition they left the Hold, but one of their
number was carried off mortally wounded.
First For Twenty Tears.
Mason City, Iowa, Dec 5. Tho gallows
from which Cbestor Bellous will be hanged
on tho 16th inst, is now being prepared.
Bellous murderod Alice Waterman because
she refused to marry him. Tho gallows
will bo entirely closed and no one will bo
permitted to witness the exocution except
mose explicitly muuuuucu in mo xowa
code. Tbis wiil bo tho first legal hanging
to tako place in Iowa in twonty years.
Bellous will be hanged with tho rope which
was intended to have boon used in tho caso
of Lingg, the Anarchist, tho uooso having
been secured from Slioriff Matson, of
Tried to Huloldn la Court.
Cincinnati, Doc. 5. A sonsation, that
was mado a tragedy, occurred in tho pro
bate court room at 10 o'clock this morning.
Qoorgo W. Ritter the butcher employed by
Peebles at thoir Walnut Hills grocery, and
arrested lost week for embezzlement, waa
before Judge Goeblo to be tried for in
sanity. Sitting by Hitter's side was his
brother-in-law. Ritter askod hi in for a
pocket knife to clean his nails. It was
given him, and quiok as a flash Ritter
opened the blade and made an effort to out
the arterfe? in his arms. Only tho vigi
lance of tho court ofuoers pro vented him.
Will ltenew the Fight.
Lawrence, Kan., Dec. 5. Hon. Sidney
Clark has left for Washington to renew tho
battle' before congress for tho organisation
of the territory of Oklahoma. He has pre.
pared a new bill for tbe organization of this
territory and tho opening of the land to set
tlement That part of Indian Territory
west of tho five civilized tribes and the pub-.
Uo land strip are included within tho limits
Of tho proposed territory . making an area as
large as Indiana, aud in soil, climate and
natural resources all that could be deslrod.
Mr. ClarK is confident of success.
POINTED PARAGRAPHS. 3
Toples of the Timet Glren In Terse and
Evangelist Moody will commence a revi
vol in Louisville January 1.
Chicago gas manufacturers now want to
leaso their works to the city.
Six men wero badly burned by an explo
sion of a natural gas well near Oil City, Pa.
Jake Nimons was hanged at Mount Pleas
ant, S. C, for murdering a Jew lost Febru
ary. At Rochester, IndL, Ina Blue, aged seven
teen, got so blue that she fatally shot her
self. Mrs. John Evans, Scranton, Pa., insane,
chopped her little boy to pieces with a
William Jones, proprietor of the St Cloud
hotel, Erie, Pa., was murdered and robbed
George Dann, aged eight, of Columbus,
Ind., is a living skeleton. Ill health result
ing from the bite of a rat
The house of John T. Brooks, who lives
near Colllnsvills, Ala., burned and one of
his ohildren was consumed.
At Farmland, Ind., George Ritter lit a
match in a room full of loose natural gas,
and blew up bis $20,000 restaurant
City of ijjpxioo is excited over a rumor
that the United States will present Cut
ting's claim for false imprisonment
In a battle between . rovenue agents and
moonshiners, on the mountains near Chat
tanooga, one o. the latter was mortally
All members of the Austrian Roiohstag
who are school teachers must give up their
teaching, as the government says "politics
and education don't trot in tho same clus."
At Tiflln, O., two young men namod
Kitchen and Haymen, dried a now cistern
with gasoline and shavings and raised an
explosion' which simultaneously broke them
and the cistern all up.
At Seymour, Ind., John Bishop courted
Julia Vest, euchred her out of ('3,000, mar
,ried another, was sued by Julia, divorced
by his wife and married Julia in the Federal
William Shellenburger, inmate of the
county infirmary at Anderson, Ind., re
covered from his insanity to find that be
bad fallen heir to $30,000, which would
give most folks a relapso.
Disastrous Natural Qm Explosion.
Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 5. At Farm
land, Ind, Friday night, Samuel Wright
was fatally and George Iilttor seriously in
jured by an ox plosion of natural gas, Tbe
two men entered a room which Ritter was
fitting up for a restaurant A match was
struck to light the lamps, and an explosion
instantly resulted, completely wreckinjr tho
building. The explosion resulted from
leakage of natural gas. The money loss is
A Hookmakor Skips With 83,800.
New York, Doa 5. Lafe Blook, a book
maker at the Clifton race track, laid larger
odds against a certain horse that was to run
in tho first race there than any other book
maker on tho track, and it is said that he
took in $J,600 on that horse alone. He waa
nowhere to be found af tef the race, and It
is alleged that ho has ran away with the
money. Detectives were sent after him,
but no trace of him has yet been found,
.An Indian Treaty.
Ottawa, Ont, Deo. 6. It is learned that
a treaty was made last summer bet woo n tho
Canadian Indians and the American In
dians west of the Missouri. Tbis step was
rendered nocessary by the losses sustained
by the various tribes by pillaging raids
across the boundary line. Tho treaty has
been signed by the Washington authorities
and Canadian government, betag tho first
inter-tribal arrangement recognized.
Washington, Deo. 6. Indications
Warmer rainy weather, southeasterly
winds, increasing to brisk high.
lis Hiiporlor excellence proven In millions
of home for moro tlinn n quarter of a century.
It Is used by tlio United binien Government.
Endorsed bv llio heads of Ibe groat Unlversl
ties rm the Strougtet, Purest midmost Henllli
lul: Dr. Price's tho only linking Powder Hint
does not coniuln Ammonia, Lime or Alum.
Hold onlv In cans.
PK1UE BAKING POWDER CO.
Now York, Chicago, St. Louis.
Joy fill tidings to tho thousands:
the Mammoth Furnituro Storo of
HENRY OB.T offers a largo stook of
Bran Now Stylos, at prioos on
Latest Styles of Parlor Work, Fold
ing Bod Lounges and Bods, Side
boards, Bookcases, Wardrobes and
all other artiolos in the line of
that will make it interesting to buy-
nra. . Dnr trarlo in inoroRHmor. and
tomako it boom, we havo made pri
ces to buic mo limes, wo carry t
largo stook, and are tho drivers of
low cash prices Coiio and soe; wo
will treat vou risht. Bomember,
square doaling at
THE HENRY ORT
G. S. HANCOCK,
Ho. 49 Market street. Mavsville, Er., for good
Groceries and Produce,
and everything usually kept In a flrst-olau
retail grocery. Casta or trade for produce.
MW-uoneai weigui anu square oeaung.
JSOKKIES A SOX.
GUM" AND LOCKSMITHS,
Kepalr Guns, Pistol, Looks, Ac Special at
tention paid to repairing Bewlng.MacUlnes,
Office and Btaop on East Second street.
r AW CAKB.
J. IT, Bai&k, Commonwealth's AU'y.
C, Ij. HALI.KK, Rotary Public
8 ALLEE fc S ALLEE,
Attorneys and counselors at uw,
will attend to collections and a general law
practice In civil oases In Mason and adjoining
oonntles. Fire Insurance aud Iteal Estate
Agents. All letters answered promn ly. Of
fice: No, 13 Court street, Maysvllle. Ky.
A DVKRTIBERS I send for our Select List
jOL oi JjOCHI Kewspapenta uu, jr. iuiwhi a
Oo fl. tiprnce atmet. N. Y l
J. W. SPARKS & BRO.
Have cut with an axe and mercilessly .slaughtered
their prices to offer you bargains comprising the best
quality at the lowest cash prices, defying all competi
tion. We will most positively butcher our prices to
sell out and retire from business. Our entire stock
must be sold. Come and see our special drives in
Dress Goods, Cloaks, Shawls,
Underwear, Hosiery, Hats, Gloves, Caps. Blanket?,. -Bed
Comforts,.Table Linen and Floor Oil Cloths. We
offer one thousand Hemstich Handkerchiefs at 5 cts. , . ,
each. Holiday Goods at ruinous prices. A big stock
of prints at cost; Dress Trimmings at 25 per cent,
less than cost. Remember we offer no leader, but '
everything gops at remarkably low prices.
J. W. SPARKS & BRO.
2J. 3VE3k.3FlX5:3E3T STREET.
-TEN ITEMS EXTRAORDINARY AT THE BEE HIVE:
BARGAIN NO. 1. Twenty-live piecea Al! Wool fc'erne, foity inches' wide, S3
cents a vard, fully wor li CO centa
BARGAIN NO. 2 RHveniv.flve pieces finest English CHahaiore, nil new Ebades,
thirty-eight inchea wide, 23J ren's. actually worth 48 rents
BARGAIN NO. 3. Sixty nieces Double Width Dress Goods, all wool Ailing,
all color, 15 centB a yard, worth 25 cents.
. BARGAIN NO 4. Twenty dozen Ladies' Jerfevp, colors black, brown and
blue, in Wool Bono e Cloth, all Bizee, 73 cents e ch; would be, n barvwin Ht $1 25.
BARGAIN NO. 5.-One hundred Hnd fifty dczen La Belle Kid Gloves, five
button, embroidered bucks, all now pidep, 73 ci n's h pair ; Cincinnati price is $1.75.
BARGAIN NO. 0. Twenty-five Bliick Hnre Mufln, olemint goods, at GO cent
each, worth double ; also a fine v nety of Mulls, Bop, Fur Trimings, &c.
BARGAIN NO. 7. Three dozen pair All Wool Red Blankets, largest size, at
$2.98 a pair, worth a $5 bill.
BABGAIN NO. 8 Twenty-five pair full size White Blankets, good and heavy,
93 centB a pair, worth $2 50.
BARGAIN NO. 9. Thirty dozen Ladies' All Wool Cashmere Hoeo at 25 cents
a pair, would be chenp at 45 cents.
BARGAIN NO. 10. Fifty dozen Ladies' Corsets, in whilo and drnb, all sizes,
39 centB each. These are the sstme Cooets that others are selling at 50 and 60 eta.
We aro daily receivinir novelties in Fancy Holid y Goods, such aB BUquo,
Terra Cotta and Bronze OmnmentR, Figures, &c ; also Fnncy Table Scarfs. Lambre
quins, Stand Covers, Ac, in Plush and Felt, and many other attractive articles suit
able for Xmas presents too numerous to mention.
Another lot of that good'quHliiy, heavy Note P,iper, twenty-four sheets for 5
cents, and White Envelopes twenty-five for 5 cents. Give us a call.
ROSENAU BROS., Prop's "Bee Hive."
HERMANN LANGE. The Jeweler,
has an elegant stock of Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silreiv
ware, Clocks, Spectacles, Gold Pens, Opera Glasses, etc. 17
Arcade, Cincinnati, Ohio.
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A PURELY VF.fi
--' aetlen of tha
and aedatlvn effect
H to a healthy Yleor.
and mwiinllntlnn of
SAFKTV to rhlhlrrn er
derin-embut of the aritam. It
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For FREE TRIAL PACKAGE eend O cts. la tumps For fall package sand AO cts. to
TELEGRAPH MEDICINE CO., LAKE CHARLES. LA.
Gas and Steam Fitter.
Orders promptly attended to. No. 3fi
Beeond street. maris
oliday s Goods !
tin wAsTsfeb W II till J
Respectfully lnvitesnttention to hlscompld
lino of Holiday Uoods, oomprisl g u lui(
Brush and ComnRo1,
Odor Cases nd Perlumery, lnrge variety,
Ultque FIru es In novel designs,
Wblftk Uroom Holders,
Jewel Boxes, Wotk Duxes, Pockctbooks,
PoiipH, TnllM Powders, Bhavlng Be t,
amps, newest Hyltttnnd v-irlous patterns.
I Invite lnnppclon and cnmpar.bou of pri
ces before purchasing chew h re.
J. JAMKB WOOD.
AND LIVER REGULATOR.
Our 6afo Family Doctor.
A Complete FamHy Medlolns.
Perfect Substitute for Calomel.
A Safe and Reliable Remedy In ah cases.
Remedy of the age for Bilious Dlaaaaee
RTA1H.R oointxmnd and tha meat eflctlra
for rasorinc bile from tha untnn. and raatorin tha
llrcr isd ths fcUzjrz. li ha & iiutf nlteratlva
anon Ibe avntetn. It ntunitu It and raxtorM
It Incraama tba aDPetlta and aids In tlu dlzratlon
the food. It can ba a-lven with PHUHkOT
intuitu of anr aea In nil rnnfa whera thara la a
baa been naed nitU most vroadcrlul effect la
Bilious Colic, Malaria Fovors, Bilious Fever.
Rheumatism, Ceneral Debility.
loss ot nppamo, neaancno. so,
xtx. totjb DBcaaurr roa. it.
8AKEE AND OONEEOTIONEE.
Ice Cream and Soda Water a specialty.
Fresh Bread and Cakes made dally and de
livered to any part oi the city. Parties and
weddings furnished on short notice. No, K
Fine Land For Sale.
For sale, 120 arret of land in a high state:?
enltl nation, situate I on the Hirode's Rust
Ile iifart'lHrkV Station, on Maysyllla and
txlniiton R. R, five or htxmllt-s front May
vllle, Ky. There is on tt Is farm a good two
story brick hone contxlnlng six rooaas,
kitchen and servant's room and good cellar.
A sood oNtern, a lnre milk boune ahoot
thirty steps from kitchen, with a splendM
spring of uever-lalllng wuter. Also a large
basement stock and lob i ceo barn, Ire house
and small to ant house; good pool, Urge
pond and a never-failing spring In pasture.
ThTo aro fifteen acres lu wheat aud the
balance of the land Is well el In urass. Moat
ol this farm Is good tobacco and hemp land.
Fqr terms, da, apply to I . F. Long, nu the
premUes,or OKOUQE W.BUiSJkB,
n21dlm MaysYllls, Ky.
6AS l STEAM FITTER
Ventilation. Bath rooms fitted up with hot
and cold water a speolalty. Also a larg
fron. Lead and Stone Pipe,
Jlobe, Angle aud Obeek Valves, water and
Ueam Oauges, Force and Lift Pumps, Rnb
er Hose .Chandeliers, Brackets and Globes,
'eraonat-attentlou given to all work and sat
ifactlou guaranteed. T.J.CORLKY,
ecoi d street, above Marker, opposite Osbm
'dOD .:NtA)l)l, h. Dtoljfl