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AN ELEGANT BUTTON FREE
with each package of
AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE
A COLLECTION OF BUTTONS
CIXCIXXATI TOMCCO MARKET.
Receipts of the New Crop Are Increasing
and the Sales Were Quite Large
The Cincinnti Leaf Tobacco Warehouse
Company, in its circular for the week,
has the following:
The tobacco trade the post week has shown uo
material change Id prices In the old, although
there has been fome fluctuations, as the buyers
at times would contend strongl on the better
grades, and we think prices have remained ilrm
on the good tobaccos, and have probably made a
slight advance. The nnerlngs have been quite
large, especially on Wednesday and Thursday(one
house being shut out on Wednesday), aud with
the large offerings the percentage of good tobacco
is remarkably low, and we have about come to
the conclusion that we have very little good to
bacco in the stock now being held.
Receipts ol the new are increasing, and the
tales have been quite largo this week, being
thin, blazyand lifeless, and unless there is an
Improvement vc are afraid we will have another
inferior crop to contend with, and nil growers
having good crops wilj secure high prices for the
best patt of them, while (lie low grades will re
main low, as there is a large stock of old low
grades on hand With the low grades of the new
tho quantity will exceed the demand, aud there
will be a large, range between the good and low
grades than has been for the past two or three
years. The present indications are favorable for
the best grades the coming season, and the low
prices obtained for the inferior crops is uo cri
terion tabe governed by. The shippers of the
new are getting full prices for the quality, but
n grent many ure of the opinion that their to
bacco Is better than it really Is, and find fault
with the market, while those having a good qual
ity are well satisfied. There were ofl'ered 28.?
hogsheads of new, prices ranging from $1.00 to 814.
lSya rear-end collision betweon two Baltimore-
nnd Ohio freight trains in the
Piodmont ynrd, nt Piedmont. W. Va., an
ongino and a number of cars wero badly
broken, the caboose doinollshod and a
quantity of oats spilled.
The store or more tramp arrested on
suspicion of tho murder of Brakeman
Schngol at Gallon, O., wero all roleased
for tho want of identification excopt two
who claim to bo companions of tho mur
derer. Excitement is at fovor heat,
Mrs. Eggleston's dead body was found
on tho floor of her residence, on Baker's
Fork, W. Va. Apparently sho had been
shot by an unknown assassin on tho out
eldo of tho houso, who flred through the
window. Tho coroner Is Investigating.
Tho 1-yoar-old daughter of Richard Tat
man of Chllllcotho, O,, was loft by hoi
mother In tho kitchen, aud fell over upon
tho front part of tho stove. Whon the
inothor roturncd the child was dead, hot
faco having been entirely burnod away.
Tho safo In tho ofllco of Mauk & Rey
nolds, lumbor dealoru of Sponcorvlllo, O,,
was blown open at midnight. -Notos
amounting to $700 or f 800, somo cash and
a lot of deeds, Insurance policies and
othor papers woro carrlod off. No clow to
Mrs. Annlo F. Franks of Dudloyvillo,
"W. Va., who strained horsolf lifting a
heavy ploco of timber a week ago, was
found dead In bod by hor husband Satur
day morning. Sho Is supposed to havo
beon internally Injured Mrs. Franks
leaves flvo small children,
A bill has been Hied .asking for n ro
colvor for tho Elyton company, tho larg
est land concern In Alabama, Iocntod at
Birmingham. It controls over 13,000,000
worth of proporty In and around Blrm
Ingham, and has 11,700,000 of bonds out
standing with tho trust company.
Condensed News Items From Different
Farts of tho Globe.
Israel Hedges and his son, Otis J.
Hed?e3 of Marion, O., has assigned. Lia
bilities, 13 000; assets not known.
Isaac Morrison, a farmer, residing near
Steubcdvillo, O., has assigned to Simon
Smith. Assets, $9,030; liabilities larger.
Thomas Cox of Delaware. O., a pioneer,
died suddenly at the homo of his son,
Robert Cox, chairman of tho Republican
James Dorsey, a glrss worker of Mar
tin's Ferry, O., under arrest for drunken
ness, committed sulcido in jail Saturday
by cutting his throat.
William Smith was killed on the Loko
Shoro railroad at South Bend, Ind. He
was tho second 6on of Photographer Smith
to meet that fate In two years.
Stephen Palmer of Jefferson, O., a vet
oran of the lato war, d'o.l Saturday night
Ho was 6 feet 11 inches tall, and It wa
necessary to mako a special coffin for him.
F. B. Newton, lumber dealer of Clovo
land, has assigned to J. A. Smith. As
sets, $135,000; liabilities not far short oi
that amount. About $39,000 is preferred.
Michael N. Rlckard, railroad commis
sioner, died in a barber's chair at Albany,
N. Y., while being shavod. It is sup
posod thao apoplexy was tho cnuso oi
Death Sentence Pronounced.
Cincinnati, Dec. 14. Willy Haas,
tho 16-year-old murderer of Mrs. Emma
Brader of Covedale, will, unless tho up
per courts shall interfere, pay tho pen
alty of his crime on Thursday, April 8,
before sunrise. Judge Evans pronounced
tho death sentence Saturday morning.
Haas was as indifferont as always, and
had nothing to say why sentence should
not bo passed.
Clucjnuiit! Tobacco Market.
Offerings for the week 8,470
ouertugs of new for tho week s.'83
Rejections for tho week (ho
Aoiuul balos for the week 1,790
Recelpcs for tho week 1,241
The range of prices on tho 2,103 hhds of
old was as follows; 1,03d, 30c$3 05; -160,
$1(35 Oi; 219, $67 05; 171, 99 95; UO,
$1U(3I1 75; 60, $K(t$14 75; 05, $15(319 25;
5, $:2U21 50. The whole- lot avoruged
fa 80 per HO lb3.
Tho 283 hhds now averaged $4 10 por 100
lbs. Tho prices ranged an follows: 147,
26 t?3 05; 73, $45 05; 23. 07 05; 20,
$ci0 05: 12, $10011 75, 2, $12 JU 75.
GREEN COFFEE ty tt 22 25
MOLASSES new crop, $ gallon 15360
Golden 8yrup. 85 40
Sorghum, fancy new 35
8UGAR-Yellow, V IB 5
itxira u, v id 6
A, VI H... 6
uranuiateu, y n
Powdered, fe) tb
NewOrlcaus, $ lb 6
TEAS-W It) 50O1 00
COAL OIL-Headlight.W gallon 15
BACON-Breaklast.tf ft..." 10
Clearsldes, $ to 7 8
Haras, jjl to ii (aia
Shoulders, ) to 8
BEANB-fl Kailon 20 A
BDTTER K) ft 12 M15
GUICKENS-Each 15 WX
HGGB-Tfl dozen I7a
FLOUR-Llmcstono, barrol $5 60
Old Gold, w barrel 5 60
Maysvllle Fancy, W barrel 6 00
Mason County, 9 barrel 6 00
Morning Glory. 1 barrel 6 ro
Holler King, $ barrel- 6 60
Magnolia, fy barrol 6 60
Bluo Grass, W barrel 4 75
Graham, Back. 12 15
ONIONS-Vpbck ZZ. '....... 25
POTATOES-) peck, now . 10
HONKY-W to.... ! ."Z 82.)
SOMINY-V gallon 15
KAL-W peck ..!......"....! lo
LABD-W pound d 8
What Will Likely Be Done In
the Senate and House.
EARLY HOLIDAY ADJOURNMENT
Thursday or Friday tho Recess Is Likely
to HckIii Several Important Measure!
Are Ilcfore tho Senate and the Cuban
Question Mny Furnish a Topic For n
Scusntion at Any Time. ,
Washington, Dec. 14. The Lodg
immigration bill as the unfinished busi
ness will havo he right of way in tli
senate each daj" after 2 o'clock until
disposed of, and tho friends of tho meas
ure havo announced their determina
tion not to ceaso their labors in its be
half until a voto shall bo secured
upon it. It s impossible to say how
mnch time will be required on tho bill,
but Senator Lodgo is hopeful that he
will get it through this week.
Senator Gibson of Maryland has pro
nounced his purpose to talk in opposi
tion to tho bill, but he declines to state
whether he will resort to other tactics to
defeat it. Those who oppose concede
that tho bill will pass if it should reach
After the immigration bill comes that
providing for free homesteads on lands
formerly occupied by Indians as reser
vations. Tho present homestead law
does not apply to theso lands, and it is
claimed that the fact that it does not
has cost many settlers their homestead
rights. The question is a vital one in
many portions of tho west and has been
particularly prominent in Oklahoma.
Senator Pettiprew is tho especial cham
pion of the bill and he will show that it
was endorsed by the national conven
tions of all the parties last summer
The bill will be vigorously opposed, as
it is claimed that its enactment into law
would cost tho government no less than
It is probable that these two measures
will consume the greater part of the
time of the senate this week, and it is
quite possible that they may not be dis
The bill proving for tho election of
senators by the direct vcfte of the people
is a special order, but it may go over to
a future dat . Senator Allen of Ne
braska probably will occupy tho floor
for a short time in a speech on his reso
lution concerning tho validity of con
tracts. He is expected to say something
in this speech about tho policy of west
ern states which havo elected Populist
state administrations and to pay his re
spects to some one of the critics of those
states. Tho Nebraska senator is also
likely to call up the Dingley bill at any
There is a possibility that congress
may, on Thursday or Friday, adjourn
over until after the holidays. The Cu
ban question may furnish a topic for a
sensation at any time.
Two Measures Which Are Liable to Con
mine the Time Until Adjournment.
Washington, Dec. 14. It has not yet
been decided when the holiday recess
shall begin but Saturday at the confer
ence of the Republican members of the
ways and means committee a date as
early as Friday of this week was sug
gested. It is even probable, however,
that tho recess will begin about
Wednesday of next week and continue
until tho Monday after New Years.
The house this week will bo devoted
to tho consideration of tho bill to trans
fer the present rights of the Atlantic
and Pacific railroad under its govern
ment charter to tho mortgagees when
they reorganize and to the consideration
of tho army and legislative appropria
tion bills. It is tho expectation of the
leaders that both theso bills can be
passed before tho recess. Should any
time remain it will probably be given to
the committees to call up such bills as
they have on the calendar.
William J7l3ngot nnd Peter Bugot, who
compose tho firm of Bagot's Sons, denier
in dry goods, of Now York city has as
signed to Ambrose O. McCnll without
preference. Liabilities, $140,000; assets,
Tho body of, Ed Fottc-rs, a" horso dealer,
was found burled with tho carcass of a
mule near Knox, Ind., last Friday. Fet
ters' partner, William Suthorlln, has been
arrested, charged with tho murder. The
gravo had been carefully dug and tho anl
mul's body placed so as to conceal that oi
tho man in caso tho grave had been care
lessly oponed. It is claimed by tho au
thorities that soverul people arc Implicated
in tho crime.
H. C. Ullrich of St. Louis died Saturday
afternoon from uiorphlno poisoning.
Christmas time has ulwayn boon a signifi
cant ono for Mr. Ullrich. Ho wus born
on Christmas day; married Christinas
day, and on Doc. 37 nlno years ago Mrs.
Ubrlch died. Since thon tho approach of
Christmas has thrown Ulbloh into fits of
despondency. Last Thursday his annual
flt of melancholia dovcloped, and ho took
a heavy doso of morphiuo Friday night.
UbLIUfi I la Should Uso
IT IS A SUPERB T0NIG and
exerts a wonderful influence in
strengthening her system by
driving through the proper chan
nel aii impurities. Health and
strenoth are Guaranteed to result
from Its use.
My wife was bedridden for eighteen months,
after using DRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGU
LATOR for two months, is getting well.
J. M. JOHNSON, Malvern, Ark.
BBADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA, GA.
Bold by all DruffUU at 81.00 jr bottle.
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of tho many phys
ical ills which vanish before proper ef
forts gentlo efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
tho knowledge that so many forms of
sickness aro not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of tho system, which tho pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with millions of families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects aro duo to the fact, that it is the
ono remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness, without debilitating the
organs on which it acts, Itis therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to noto when you pur
chase, that you have tho genuine article,
which is manufactured by the California
Fig Syrup Co. only, and sold by all rep
If in tho enjoyment of good health,
nnd tho system is regular, then laxa
tives or other remedies aro not needed.
If afflicted with any actual disease, one
may bo commended to tho most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
then ono should have tho best, and with
the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
A large, two-story double tenement house,
constructed of tho best material, containing
twelve large, light rooms, water Ac. All practi
cally new, costing $3,300. Situated on East
Fourth street In Maysvllle, Ky., which rents for
824 per month. Is ofl'ered upon the following
easy terms to a responsible party : For,
Payable in JOO monthly installments of 820 each
with Interest at 4 per cent. It will be seen that
the rent in 100 months will pay for the property.
tor inspection oi tne property ana mrtner in
J. N. KEHOE.
Court street, Maysvllle, Ky.
The Executors of Thomas Wells, deceased, wil.
sell, nt private sale, the "Homo Tract" of 88 3-4
Acres, near Helena Station; also three other
tracts of land adjoining same, containing 110
Acres, 30 Acres and 24 Acres respectively,
No better land in the State. Terms to suit pur
chasers. Apply to
S. A. Piper-)
G. S. Wtill.J ,
Attorney at Law
Court St., Maysville, Ky.
Pompt attention to Collections and legal matters.
Second and Button Stretcs..
M. E. GILMORK
GRANITE, MARBLE AND FREESTONE
All Monumental work done in tho best manner
Second Street, Abort Opera House,
Optlclnn, 411 W. Ninth
street, Cincinnati, O. , will
be at tho Central Hotel,
uuy, ukvi aru, return
ing every first Thursday
BfBniftRKns nrltllRtpri in oil fnrma et stMtilTA
vision at popular prices.
MASON CIRCUIT COURT
Levi Cain's Administratrix, PlalntifT.
, vs. ( Notice to Creditors.
Levi Caln'd Heirs, etc.. Defendants.
All persons having claims against tho estate of
Levi Cain, deceased, are hereby notified to pre
sent same to tho undersigned, at his ofllco, Court
iot MayvIllo, Ky on or before December 15,
witness mv hand, as Master Commissioner of
Macon Circuit Court, this December 7, 1890.
0 J. N. KEIIOE, M. C. M. C. O.
Parties having claims against the trust estate
of Anna M. Frazer aro notified to present them,
propei ly verified, to tho undersigned for settle
mcut. Persons Indebted to tho estate will please
call at tho store, No. 45 W. Second street, and
sottle. JOHN O. WADSWOItTH, Assignee.
WE arc i authorized to announce T. L. BEST as a
nonrlMatn ttr at.Ai.Mr ...t. vt C7V.
iion,18!)7,subjeet to the action of the Democratic
CINCINNATI DIVISION CUB8AFEAKK AND OHIO.
No. 16 .10:05 a. m.
No. 2 1:36 p.m.
No'.lSt 5:00 p.m.
Ho. 4 10:46 y.m.
No.l9i .'....5:30 a.m.
No. 1 C:10a.m.
No. 17 .8:60 a. m.
No. 8 4.25 p.m.
No.lSf - 6:15 p.m
Daily. tDaily except Sunday
F. F. V. Limited No. 2 arrives at V ashlngton at
6-50 a. m.; Baltimore, 8:05 a. m.:Philadelphia, 10:25
a.m.; Now York, 12:53 p.m.
F. F. V. Limited No 3 arrives at Cincinnati at
Washington Express No. 4 arrives at Washing
ton at 8:45 p. m.; New York, J:08 p. m.
Cincinnati Fast Line No. 1 arrives Cincinnati at
' Pullman sleeping car service to Richmond and
Old Point Comfort ny trains 2 and 4.
Direct connection at Cincinnati for all points
West and South.
No. 1, 2, 3 and 4 do not stop between Maysvllle
and Newport. ..,..-!
For full information and rates to all points East
and West, apply to
Leaves Maysvllle at
5:52 a. m. for Paris, Lex
ington, Clncin'tl, Rich-
ston, Jelllco, Mlddlesborough, Cumberland Gap
Frankfort, Louisville and points ou N. N. and
M. V. Eastern Division. ......
Leave Maysvllle at 1:30 p. m. for Paris, Cincln
nati, Lexington, Winchester, Richmond and
points ou N.N. and M. V. Eastern Division.
Arrive at Maysvllle at 9:50 a. m. and 8:20 p.m
All trains dally except Sunday.
YOU SHOULD BUY YOUR
We have the newest and handsomest selection
of Fine Jewelry, perfect Diamonds, artistic Silver
ware, Watches, Clocks, Opera Glasses, Gold Specs,
UmbrellHS and Canes, Gold Pens, Pencils, Tooth
picks, Novelties aud anything in tho Jewelry line
at lower prices than ever known before. Call
early to avoid the afternoon rush.
Corner Vine Street and Arcade, 51 '
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RESTORED & &
Makes money plentiful. We are prepared to
offer CASH buyers special inducements on
everything good to eat for Thanksgiving
dinner. Your orders solicited forUiiiSJai
and all kinds of Dressed Poultry, OYSTERS,
Celery and Cranberries.
The first!Jthing"to be considered when
buying CANDY? after that comes'the
question ofjpricc. If you get it at
the first thingTis guaranteed, the second
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very reasonable terms. Special attention given
to REPAIRING BICYCLES: Satisfaction guaran
JAMES N. KEH0E,
Attorney at Lav.
Office: Court street, cast side.
AGnnNT?i'PT?Dr.Mnc"1,08hc8' rubDer and
1Z oil clothing; belting; fire and other hose,
iwJF.81 h,?uso In th0 lluc- Frce samples
1871 Ne Y0" CftSh COns' Fft0tory -
TOAMED-A small olass in book-keeping. Will
" uso tho celebrated Ellis Tnblet System.
"Learning by doing." W.D.IHXSON. Vitf
"nTANTED-Ily a middle-aged woman a position
ThirdstreeRt?Cral houscwork- Apply .iVen
POR RKNT-Flrst of March, 26 acres of land,
m ffiRSr.'i? ??,r .round' Apply to FANNIE K
GLASCOCK, Llmcstono street, Maysvllle, Ky. U7
JiOR RENT-Tho i house and shop at Tuckahoe,
Z vy' .J? thi be" stand in the county for a
good smith and wood-workman. Call on or id.
dress J. J. HAGGERTY, Tuckahoe, Ky. I2t!
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