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THE NEEDS OF IRELAND.
ARCHBISHOP WALSH 8UMMONED TO
ROME BY THE POPE.
HI Elolln-t, TVonta to I-rn More of the
Trno Trlali State of Affair and the Plaa
of Campaign A Good lleproaentati-
ito Call On Other Fore! fa Notes.
' LoNbow, Deo. '24. The newa that Arch
bishop Walsh has been summoned to Homo
is sot bo astonishing an it 1 sadden. It has
Bees suspected for sometime past that this
doughty supporter of the National league
wonld have an opportunity at last to ex
plain to his holiness, Pope Leo, not only his
'ftitJon towards the government now
ruling in Ireland, but alio-tho true inward
bms of tho Nationalists cause and the no
fterieus plan of campaign. There is no one
better, calculated to do this than Archbishop
Walsh, for, although the course he ho taken,
bos been that of great moderation, yet he
la jintimato with tho workings of the
Ho understands thoroughly the needs of
Ireland, and can present to the pope a true
picture of the distress endured in that por
tion of Groat Britain possessions. His atti
tude toward the government is easily ex
plained; being an Irishman, naturally his
sympathies are with his countrymen in thoir
efforts to obtain 'freedom. He has coun
selled modorntion, abstinence from violence,
and calm practical faith in and adherenco
te tho causo of Ireland. True he has bade
bis peoplo to maintain their support of the
league, but this was done in tho belief that
this organization worked good in Ireland.
Dr. Walsh's efforts to hare tho landlords
meet in various conferences will bo remem
bered, and it is universally agreed that he
will be a good representative of Ireland's
steeds to the pope if he is allowed to explain
sjkI plead for hor.
It is reported that the popo is not wholly
satdsflod with Mgr. Forsico's ropbrt of his
observations in Ireland, and is determined
to know mora He would bo glad of an op
portunity to mediato between that country
and, England, and if possible he win moke
mml If .diplomatic relations can bo estab
lished 'between the Vatican and the court of
BK Jamos, his holiness will have accom
plished what ho is secretly longing to do and
for which purpose tho mission Mgr. Persico
was iniated. Irishmen hope that Dr.
Walsh's visit to the Eternal cfty, may be
fraught with good to Ireland, and Home
Balers are looking anxiously to see what
ffeot this new feature can have upon the
cause to which they ore giving their ser
vices. IIow Sullivan Values nil Name.
London, Dei 24. The Sportsman pub
lishes a card from John L. Sullivan this
morning, in which Sullivan wishes to ascer
tain if tho offer, of IUohard K. Fox to
match Joke Kilrain to fight him (Sullivan)
is genuine, aud expresses a desire to flght
Kilrain. Sullivan makes the proposition
that they flght next April on the conditions
that Fox beu 10,000 to 7,000 either dollars
or pounds. He claims tho difference is only a
fair remuneration for the use of his name,
as he alleges the whole thing is on odvor
. An Address From the Czar.
Roue, Dee. 24. It is now stated that the
roar has decided to send on address to the
pope on the occasion of his jubiloe, but will
present no gift. King Humbert will make
no presents to the pope, and has ordered the
members of his family to refrain from send
ing gifts to his holiness.
Made II I in Wear the Prison Suit.
London, Deo. 24. A telegram from
Clonmel says that Mr. Sheehy, M. P., who
was sentenced to one month's imprisonment
Cor inciting resistance to evictions, was
knocked down by the jail warders, who
then tied bis hands and removed his clothes,
leaving him the prison garments.
A Scheme DUaovered.
' Berlin, Deo. 34. The Tageblatt declares
that there oxista a small but influential
clique, whioh seeks, by representing that
sis condition is critical, to bring about the
resignation of the crown prince in favor of
kis son. r
Will lUsIgn From the Ministry.
Vixnna, Dea 24. It is rumored that
Count; Kalnoky, minister of. foreign affairs
rorXustroiHupgary, .is '.about"-to resign
bmjpi. jUftZ i , ' .
a Wre&btBhoJivalstt.Oalied to4lomtj.
"Dubun,7Doc.4. It is expeoted that
Archbishop Walsh will be caked to Rome
. A War Council Called.
BorrX, Deo. 24. Prince Ferdinand has
rummonod all the generals of his staff to at
tend war ooupolli, to be held in Soda.
FOUL PLAY SUSPECTED.
A Clnelinati Watohman Fonod Unoon
clons and Shortly Afterward Die.
CmoiNNAti, Dea 24. Private watohman
John.Ager was found insensible on his beat
at Vine and Second, Thursday morning by
Merchants' Policeman O'DonuolL A patrol
wagon was called, and the supposed drunken
man was takon to the hospital. Lust night
Ager died, not having recovered uncon
ciousness. Dr. Duwelnnrf, of the hospital,
gives it as his opinion tnat Ager was foully
dealt with. Said he: "I made a hasty ex--initiation
of Ager'- body this morning and
(ound uumistakablo proof that ho had been
land-bagged. There was a contusion on
his head and blood was flowing from his
right ear. His thumb was also out There
are no symptoms .that he had frozen to
Dr. N. W. Abbott, the family physician,
laid that Agar had been suffering for
about two years with paralysis, and that
bis death" was the result of a paralytia
itroke. The deoeased had been confined to
the house for some time with siokness, but
would get up at 11 o'clock p. m. and go down
to his beat, so anxious was he to seo if bis
substitute was attending to his dutios prop
erly, Dr. Abbott says there are no marks
of violence on the body, and that the blood
ing at the ears could result from exposure.
Tho deceasod is not known to have had any
enomles, although thore was considerable
rivalry betwoeu him and Merchant Police
man Shannon, of the same beat, who had
rocurod some of his old patrons. Well
known business men spoke in the highest
terms of A 'tr u a steady and exoellent
Wtttcliinliu. Some of them have known him
tpr thirty flvo yoars. AgaHs family aom
trod of his wife, three daughters, one
fuSii-rlod, and a sou, William, who is a olerk
j.i n Second street establishment. The ooro
jmt 1 as yet feold no inquest on (he body.
Sale of Aquilla Chamberlain's Per
Mr. "G. 0 Gocgin, unci ion eor, reports
the following sales of tho personal prop
erly of tho lato Aquillu Cliiunberlain, on
tho 25th of this month :
1 mare . ...JIM 75
i m a re .....,..... ...mm.m. ..........
i mare.. ......M.......M.....I.M.M... .........M......M.
1 mare -.. -
1 colt .
1 five-year-old mulo
1 two-year-old mu!o... -
1 uncle) I ng mnle -
3 two-year-old nteers ,..-
1 cow ( .......
fl -mull hnlfara -
17 5 75
I 1 yearling steer...'...- -
l sow nnu pigs
Two 'thousand bushels of corn
conto per bushel. Twelve shares of
pike stock at $1.25 per share.
Brown's Little Joko.
"Why, Brown how short your coat is,"
said Jones one day to his friend Brown,
who wittily replied: ' Yes; but it will bo
long enough" before I will get another."
Some men spend so much for medicino
Hint neither heal nor help them, that new
clothes is with them like angels' visits
few and far between. Internal .fevers,
weakness of tho lungs, shortness of tho
breath and lingering coughs, soon yield
to the manic influence of that royal rem
edy, Dr. It. V. Pierqe's " Gofden Medical
" We do hereby certify that we supervise tht
arrangement! for all the Monthly and Semi'
Annual Drawing of the Louisiana State Lot
tery Company, and in person manage and con
trot the Drawings themselves, and that the samt
are conducted with honesty, fairneu, and ir
goodfaith toward all parties, and we authoriu
the Company to use thi certificate, with fao-tim
tie of our signature attached, in tt advertisf
We the undersigned Hanks and Banker uHZl
pay all Prize drawn in the Louisiana State Lot
teries which may be presented at our counter.
J. XX. OGI.KNBT, Pres, La. National Bb
r.Ii&NAIIX, I'rcsldcBt State Nat'l Bk.
A. U AM vV IN, Free. H. O. National Bk.
OARIi HOnM, Pros. Talon Nat'l Bank.
UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION! Ovei
Bait a Million distributed!.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANI
Incorporated In 1858 lor twenty-nve years
by the Legislature for Educational and Char
itable purposes with a capital of 81,000.000
to whioh a rcsorvo fund ol over 8560,000 has
since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote its Iran
olse was made a part of the prcbont State
Constitution adopted December 2, A.D., 1879.
The only Lottery ever voted on end endorsed
by the people of any State.
twit never scale or postpones.
Its Grand biugle Number Drawlnzs tafet
place monthly, and the Semi-Annual Draw
ings every six montbH (June and December).
3rA. Nplcndld opportunity to win n
Fortune. First Grand Drawing, clots A, In
the Academy of Music, New Orlenns, TUES
DAY, JAN. 10. 18b7-21th alonthly Drawing
Capital Prize, $150,000.
NOTICE. Tickota are 810 only; Halves, 85,
Filths, 82: TeutUs.81.
Uat or Prises.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE o!..8150,000 81M.0O0
1 GRAND PRIZE of....... 50.000 60,000
1 GRAND PRIZE of. 20,010 2U.000
2 LARGE PRIZES Of. 10,000 20,000
i .LARGE PRIZE3of. 5,000 20.000
20 PRIZES Of..... 1,000...... 20.JJ00
50 " 500. 25,000
loo " aw...... 80,000
200 " .......... ...... 200 0,0M)
600 ' 100...... 5V.O00
100 Approximate Prises of $300. .. 830,000
100 " " 200 20,000
100 " " 100 .. 10.000
1.000 Terminal 6C 50,000
2,170 Prizes, amounting to - 8535,000
Application lor rates to clubs ehould be
mode only to .the office of ttt company In
For further informntlbn write clearly, giv
in fnll address. POSTAL NOTES, Express
Honey Orders, or Now York Exchange In or
dinary letter. Currency by express (at our
M. A. DAUPHIN, New Orleans, La
AddreAametlstered Letters to' 1" '
NEW ORLKAN8, NATIONAL BANK,
: t ? fiiL $? 4r
m . 1 h 1 J .j !!'. that (be presence ol
and Early, who are In charge of the drawings,
Is a guarantee of absolutcfelruess and Integ
rity, that the chances are all equaU and that
no one can possibly divine what numbers will
draw a- Prize. ' '
KGMEVBEB that Four National Banks
guarantee the payment of Prizes, and that all
tickets bear lite signature ol the Piesldent
of an Institution, whose franohlse Is recog
nized In the highest Courts; therefore beware
ot any Imitations or auonymous schemes.
W. I,. DOrotAN 84 NITOE, the orlfr.
Innl and enljr Mand-Nt-wed Melt 84.00
Mioe lu the world, pqnaln OuHtoBi
mnile Iland-vewed Fhoe tliat ost
from 86 te 9.
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Beys all wear the W. I- ODgas S3 BHOK.
If vourdealArdoe not kwpUiem. send yonrnaineoa
postal to W. 1 DOUGLASrBrooktoa, Mas,
for Sale by fk, H. KOGKKH, SmobU St.
OrnojeC ilrl cA-" TiMarket, Bext
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Its superior excellence proven In millions
of home for moro tlfnn a quaiter of a century.
It Is used by tile United htntcs GovornmenC.
Endorsed bv the heads of the great Universi
ties as theStroneest, Purest and most Health
Jul. Dr. Price's tho only Baking Powder that
does not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum.
Bold only in cans. ,
PRICE BAK-NG POWDER CO.
New York, Chicago," St. Louis.
Joyful tidinKB to tho thousands:
tho Mammoth Furniture Store of
HENBY OUT offers a largo stock of
Bran Now Stylos, at prices on
Latost Stylos of Parlor Work, Fold
ing Hoa .Lounges ana juoas, oiao
boards, Bookcases, Wardrobes and
all other artioles in the lino of
that will mako it interesting to buy
ers. Our trade is increasing, and
to mako it boom, we havo made pri
ees to suit the times. We carry a
Urge jStook, and ,are the .drivers of
low cash, prices., pome and set; w,e
Will trea,f you right. Beaember,
square dealing at A
THE HENRY 0RT
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G. S. HANCOCK,
No. 40 Market street, Maysvllle, Ky for good
Groceries and Produce,
and everything usually kept in a flrst-closs
retail grocery. Cash or trade for produoe.
vuonest weight and square dealing.
GTJJf AND LOCKSMITHSj
Repair Guns, Pistols, Leeks, c Hpeclal at
tention paid to repairing Hewing Machines.
Office and Bhop on Eunt Bocond street.
T AW CAKO.
J. II. Ballbk, Commonwealth 'a Att'y.
O. Ii.UALi.jc, Notary Public
S AXLEE fc S AIiIiEE.
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,'
will attend to collections and a general law
practloo In civil cases in Mason and adjoining
counties. Fire Insurance and Real Kstato
Agent. All letters answered promptly, Gr
ace; No. 12 Court street, Maysvllle, Ky.
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ALLEN, MILL 1 CO.
China, Glass and Oueensware!
We have now on exhibition the largest, finest and most
complete stock of goods ever brought to our city, consisting of
Bisque Figures, Carlsbad Ware, Hungarian, Royal Dresden
and French China, Satin and Bohemian Glassware, Dinner and
Tea Sets, Toilet Sets, Water Sets and Chamber Sets j also a
elegant line of Hanging Lamps, &c. We are offering these
goods at lower prices than they have ever been sold at before.
Call and examine our stock and prices before purchasing else
where. ALLEN, HALL & CO.,
Corner Second and Court Streets, Maysville, Ky.
The "BEE HIVE"
presents the compliments of the season to its friendB and patrons and wishes all a
"Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year." No house in tbe city presents so
grand a display and so varied a stock from which to select Usetal ana Beautiful
HOLIDAY PRESENTS at prices which are lower than anywhere outsid
of New York City. We commence at presents for tbe children : , ,
Dolls for 1 cent each ; Dolls for 5 cena ; large washable Wax Dolls for 25 ceaia,
equal to anything in Maysville for double tbe money ; a fine, All Kid body, Bisque
Doll for 50 centB, would be cheap at $1, &c. We have Boy Dolls and Girl Dolls;
White Dolls and Black Dolls. The children especially are invited to look at or
large and varied family of Dolls and our great stock of Toys.
For useful and appropriate Gifts, such as Plush Brush and Comb Cases, Mani
cure Hets, Shaving Boxes, Jewel Cases, Cologne Cases, fine Towels, Lambrequins,
Stand Covers, (in FIubIi and Felt), Handkerchiefs, (both Linen and Silk), MuQlora,
Silk Umbrellas, Photograph and Autograph Albums, Bisque and. Terra Cotta Fig
ures, and in fact everything that pertains to a first-class Dry Goods establishment.
Our prices and goods always speak for themselves. Everything advortieed in pre
vious issues of this paper will always be found in stock at the same low prices, utt
less reduced still further. We can only add to the above: come in and look for
yourself, and see that we speak the truth and can show you holiday goods in grander
assortment and at lower prices than you ever dreamt of.
We must especially mention some fine Hose, in Silk and Lisle Thread, that wa
just received some entirely new dewgns in Stripes, Checks and Figuies.
ROSENAU BROS., Prop's "Bee Hive."
Grand Holiday Carnival,
to which the public are invitect a banquet of bargains hereto
fore unequaled in Maysville a $20,000 stock of Dry Goods
and Fancy Goods to select from, emuracing everything that is
desirable for useful and appropriate holiday presents, at pricea
reduced, in many instances, 25, 50 and 75 per cent.
Presents in Cloaks;
Presents in Dress Goods;
Presents in Men's Shirts;
Presents in Underwear;
Presents in Gloves;
Presents in Shawls:
Presents in Rugs;
Presents in Silk Mufflers;
Presents in Handkerchiefs;
Presents in Silk Umbrellas;
Prices cut right and left to close out our entire stock and
retire from business.
J. W. SPARKS & BHO.,
No. 24 Market Street, Maysville, Ky.
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Cholora, Diarrhoea, Rheumatism, General Debility,
Loss of Appetite, Headache, &o.
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For FREK TEIAL PAOKAQK tend e eta. In atampa cr foil package aead SO eta. I
TELEGRAPH MEDICINE CO.. LAKE CHARLES. LA
HERMANN LANGE, The Jeweler,
has, an elegant stook pf "Watcnes, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silver
ware, Clocks, Spectacles, Gold Pens, Operfr. Glasses etc.
NO. 17 ARCADE. CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Presents in Hand-Satchels;
Presents in Muffs; ,.'
Presents in Blankets;
Presents in Hats;
Presents, in Cjaps;
Presents in Brushes;
Presents in Mitts;
Presents in Hosiery;
Presents in Xowels ;
Presents in Pocketbooks.
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