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BLESSING THE FLAG.
An Imposing Ceremony In 'Moscow. Moscow, Mny 25. Tho primary ceremonies prior to tho coronation began with tho benediction of tho Imperial banner which is renewed on ovory accession to the throne. Tho banner is blessed in tho presence of the Emperor by tho lloly Synod. !It is in cloth of gold, six feet square, odged with deep bullion, surmounted with bands of bluo silk, on which are embroidered the dates of the principal epochs in Hussian Imperial history 80'2, tho foundation by Iturick ; 1)38, tho introduction of Christianity by St. Vladimir; 1407, the Ilyzantlno Dominion of Grand Duko Ivan Vassillvitch; 1721, the imperial manifesto of 1'cter tho Great. On tho head of tho stuiF are a ball and an imperial eagle. The ceremony took plnco in tho circular , hall of tho Pulaco Chamber, which is far too small to entertain even those who enjoy tho right to assist at tho benediction. With tho standard aro tho sword and shield of tho Empire, both of Persian work and rich with precious stones. In this circular hall aro shown tho crown of St. Vladimir, tho ivory throne of Ivan II. and tho throno of Ivan tho Terrible, adorned with 0,000 turquoises, the gift of tho Persian Shah. Tho Metropolitan of Moscow, tho Archbishop and Synod wero present, with tho grand dukes, marshals, goncrals, ambassadors and envoys, to witness tho ceremony. Tho grand staircase, with its suits of armor, loads upward by a largo llight of steps to tho treasure halls, in tho middle of which stands tho Circular Chamber. Tho Emperor was received by tho Topes and tho Metropolitan, whoso long white hair nnd beards flowed over thoir gorgeous robes. Tho Archbishop of Kazan intoned a psalm, followod by a prayer invoking tho blessing of Heaven on tho heads of tho Czar and his august family. The responses wore chanted by tho choir of 120 voices in splendid tones. Prayers followed for tho happiness nnd prosperity of tho State, tho choristers, .as before, chanting tho responses. Tho litany boing concluded, to ArchbiBhop advanced on foot to tho banner nnd sprinkled it with holy water. Tho Emperor then advanced alono, and mado a doop reverenco beforo the banner, nnd after a few words from the Arch-Bishop tho Czar himself sprinkled the emblem of tho Emplro with holy wnter. A jubilco hymn by tho choir having been given with superb effect, Aides-do-Camp mado a lano through which tho Imperial family advanced, His Majesty making tho tign of tho cross as he retired. Tho olToct of tho whole sceno was truly magnificent. The Empress was tho only laay present. Amono other curious police orders Issued at Moscow, in view of the coronation, is ono prohibiting tho exhibition or siilo of busts or pictures of thoir Imperial Majesties nmong the population, which decree is dictated by the desiro to prevent tho distribution of false representations of the Imperial features. Acting Postmaster Gkneral Hatto.v bns issued an order directing that the Department be cKiscd on May JJ0, Dccoraiton Day, and that all postmasters observer the day by closing their oilices botwecn the hours of 10 n. in. and o p. m except in largo cities, where potmatcr may exercise ther judgment in fixing the hours lor closing their oflices. .. K.IV1GK. E?'rJCII3GIS?iCI2. CiNi'iN vati, .May 25. Itiver 'i'i feet 7 inches an J fiiliiiU at noon. l'liTKiuma, Va., May 26. River 11 feet 2 Inches unit ImliiM. Loi'iBViLLr, Mny 2. 10 o inches In in ciiimli a leel o niches on the falU und rising slowly. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. Moiif'y,StoflNii4l .Unrltet qiiicl mid 1'oiun roles. STew York, Mny 2u, -Money, 2,'a per cent. I'i line mercantile paper ! percent. Sterling Exchange Long, weak nt IMk; short, 487'a. Government & percent, lower for 4, coupon, otherwise uncliiinited. Railroads juict ami featureless, tjtato Kdiritiot dull, but 111 in. There was nn udraueing stock market for blocks up to 11:0, at which tithe price were generally k'8 per cent, higher tlinn Inst night, the Intter lot Uurlington AQniney. Central howoier, was exceptionally strong, and Hilvanced 1 pei cent, over last night' closing, to 75. (encrnl Slnrlict. Clnrliiiinti, May . Hogs nro quiet; re-feints, 3.1H8 head; shipments, 1.34; r.ingo of prices, 86(iJ7 60; packers, $ti 70(37 23. Whisky: fates at ?l 13 per gallon. Cotton Tirin at 10W e for middling. Provision market easy: mens pork is ntedy at 820 oo20 2J; kettle lard, 11 iU 76c; p. b. lard, HJv asked; elear rib sides, 10 16Q10 20c. looe; clear bulk, 10 65Q10 70c; bacon shoulder. bc; clear bacon, 11,76c; packed lots, 26a sugar-cured hams easy nt i:itaUc; sugar-cured shoulders, 12c; and breakfast oueon, 13c. Grain market-Corn : mixed ear, spot 6lc: ho. 3 mixed, spot, track, 51c. Wheat : No. 2 red. July, track, $1 .Ui No. 2, August track, 81 September, Hack, 81 Hi; red staple, 81 17il Hour: Puiiiily, 81 b5. CSraln. ChlcriKO, May 26. Flour quiet nnd unchanged. Regular wheat activo. firm ana higher. 81 12 May; 81 12, June; ?l m uy July; 81 10 August; 81 i September;3l i 1 12 the year; No. 2 Chicago spring, 81 11; Ko. 8 do, 01c; No. 2 red, 81 Xi Cora Active and higher: 605GKo cash, 6tlUo May, 67o June, bi.&mM JuTy, 6io August, 69io September, 6o the year. and June, 4lK&4M6 July, aio August, sago fcr;ernJier,J2i5)32iotho year. at 62io.io. Haxneed quiet ut 81 UXs:. Pork moderately active. Wool. " I Cincinnati, Mny 25. There nro increased receipts, and looal denlera are more discriminating. Quotations aro as follows : Unwnshod ' Modium clothing, 2ig2tlc; combing, 2.fl23o: coarse, 18(jl0cj fine merino, aiQiie; halt-Rood 20321c; common and hairy, lfifcilCc; burry and cms. 1316o. Medium clothing, 21J0c; combing. 3tf:c; coarse, 2&30c; fine merino (X and XX), aiU6cj buiry nnd cots, 220 , 23o. ashed No. Unnd choice, 3537c; SJr2,80,1U(33,oi ,c!'rso 'S&Wc. Pulled-Super r 28Q29o; lanibs, Z3j27fl. i Iilvo Ntnolc. ClilcntfO, May 18,000 head; shipments, 2,000 head; market fairly supply cleared; 60 lower; mixed, 80 75Q7 10; heavv, 87 20Q7 60; light, 88 80 7 25; skips, 3 40jj6 40: closod woalc. Cattle Kccolpts, 7,500 head; shlpmenti, 3,300 head; active: BhlppiiiK cnttla docllned 10i6c; exports. 84 60(3iT20; good to choice ihlpplng, 85 70ffl6; common to lUIr, 855 75. 00 head; shipments, 1,500: market moderafolr tictlro and firm! common to fair. 83 76ffll 60: good, 85 60; cholco, 85 CO. ' celpu, 1,210 bead; nothlag doing. All through tOMignmenta. Hogs - nocelpts? 1.755 head; tnarket slow. Philadtlphlan, 57 607 COj York. I 'Jirt. h 10S7 W. 2,000 bead; toik&t Arm prlCAs a Bhwlo blghor than EGNE W jihhssiiiiHHIskWi ilEik52ifiy vjEjSSI'W 'Pibuisttsisiifl Mnnufucturers STOVES, GRATES, TINWAEE, HOLLOW. West Corner of Ma fleet and OMAHA, LEADER, SPLENDOR. CHARTER, ARCADE. SLATE and IRON r GRATES and MANTELS of all Kinds. HERMANN LANCE BSUS iSftVi f?m M sjy mm& 03TAII Goods ami Work IVAKKAMKII. Number -13, Second street, tlirro doors below Market street, Mnyviyillc, Ky. nplllklly LYON&HEALY' H Stato & Monroo Sts.. Chicago. m lUientlprrpAl 1 lo nny their f NTSW UANDCATALUUUE, V for 153, vUOyi.'ef, .10 trn.ncl VM oi miiruia.nu, rinj, in., kiu, romiont. Kpanleli. Sl.nJt Priim MainrU Str. ,i.l Ht. Sunrtrr lnJ Onltiti. Ilrmvlnc ''Jill mtfni,nlkolnrltiiipfl inilrurtion nr.l fcWll. rckn for Amlur lliudh uj t.liliA'i.. of Ctolc. Uaud lluilc fubl2d&wly MOODY'S! Fop TencUlnsr all Z ., , 7 .1 Brnnclien of Dress School Cutting, nnd every garment Boarding1 wornbylady orehlld: also. HEWING, TliIMMIKO, DKAPINQ, and nil tho FINISIirNQ PA11T3 'of -DRESSMAKING! Position Guaranteed if Desired. LADIES Address: 3). W. MOODY & CO. living out ot tho citj BOARDED FREE 31 West Ninth St. vrhlle learning. CINCINNATI, OHIO. mnr3difcw8m Before INSURING YOUR LIFE EXAMINE THE TONTINE Savings Fund Plan -OF THE- EQUITABLE JFE flsSUBUHCE .OGIETY. Instend of lnvestliiR In stocks, bonds or otli. er securities or depositing In Savings Rnnks, EXAMINE THIS PLAN of Insurance, wlilcli not only yields n return us nn Investmont. but gives Immediate, indemnity ill caso ot death. Assets $48,000,000. JOS. F. BUODHXCX, Second Street, MAYSVILLE, KY. e WEBER PMO. For power.purity of tone.brllllnncy of touch beauty of finish nnd durability IV has no equal,The most eminent plaulstspronouucolt WE BEST IN WE WORLD. L. F. METZGER. MANAGER, Branch ofllce, Muysville, Ky :A1bo, Tho Matohless: BURDETT ORGAN. A full supply of pianos ond organs constantly on hand. Correspondents promptly Payments easy. nep26d&wly. SIMMONS' Medicated Well-water, A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases of tho Kidneys. been used with most gratifying success HAS In many obstinate cases. Prof, F. "W. Clark, professor of Chemistry at tho University of Cincinnati says this wator "bolougs to tho samo class with that of tho Alleghany Springs, ot Virginia," tho medicinal virtues oi which aro too woll known to bo stated hero. Thoso who desire to try this famous water nro referred to Captuln O. AW Uoyd, Levanna Ohio; Captain C. M. Holloway. Cinolnnntl, Ohio; J. J. Ralpo, Cincinnati, Ulilo. For salo in hulf barrels and jugs by OUS. SIMMONS, proprietor. m23d&vtf ; Aberdeen, Ohio. & ALLEN, and In- MANTELS, COPPER, WOOD and STONEWARE. Third Streets, Maysvtlle, Ky. e&2S Bird Canos. Brass Kettles Wooden and Willo.y Ware. Ornniie Iron Mnr oTiill ii-notion, 01 nil kind!-. .Application for Incorporation. "rOTICE Is hereby given thnt, application 1 hits been made to the .Mason l?nuiny Couit lor the Incorporation ot the .Mnys llle Kleelric Light Company, In puisuaneo if chapter (J, ot the Oenouil Statutes ot Ken. tucky and by Unit niuiio to have perpetual succession, and power to .uoiiud be sued. i:e. Tho amount of capital slock to bo &)2,0uu,eneh sliiueol which Is to bo ot the value of Soil, The pilnclpul place of business ui Hie snht corporiitlou l lo bo the city ol Maysvllle. 1 he object ofthesitlil Company Wto lurnNb llht, generated by electilolty to Individuals and coiporatlons within theclty ol Maysvllle, nnd ndjueent thereto, and to the said city for public purposes by contract with the same, and also lor the purpose ol supplying inotlvo power, generated by steam or electricity, within the said territory. The prlvato property of the Individual stockholders In tho said Company Is to bo exempt from all liability tor tho debts ot the said Company. The business ot said Company Is to be managed by n bomd orseven directors, to boelecled by the stockholders annually, anil the llrt board of directors to be elected when the sum ol not less than 8I0.(K!0 shnll have been subscribed to the capital stock of said Company. Tho board of dliectois irom their own number shall elect a President, Vice President, Secretary unit Tiensuier.niid mny elect other otllceis as may be necessary. The com puny mny Issue Its bonds lor nn nmount not exceeding the maximum Indebtedness which shall be fixed at SU.tOO. with Interest coupons thereto attached bailing Interest utu rate not to exceed six per cent, per annum, which Intel est Nlmll become due and payable semiannually and to secure said bonds and Interest the company mny execute a mortgage upon lis property of every kind. The sahl corporation mny commence on the 7th tiny of .May, 18s3, and continue perpetually. Tho following named persons nre the eoriiointors: 11. U'udswoith, Chas. U. Pmrco.W. II. McQrnnaglinu.lI.C. Hark ley A.R.Glascock. C. Shultz Leach, D. Hechliiger, O. V. Snlser. MayhVille, Ky., Muy 5, lfe3, mSd&wlm . ' --.n 1.1. ! ('tin. Inil itumutiou oi Kidneys. Liver ana insider irleU oast iepous, nnu mnueies, alanine 1Is.om.s i me .ins; To'; u iiiuiKtfs'iuu, a O" ourStoma.cl, nui i'nipsical Mlecuous, uyspiiiiu za .v . - 36 Dos53 for yt uresuoui. si.uu. -- i jarr Ttheiiinutism ol ' "ls 5 the .Tulnts. Vomit Intra f nflnminntlon ol JL& Hip ITriMhni. ASneelflofOI Stnni? in the bladder: Lucoc rltm.ii lll.onuis rif tlm Prntatl Gland, ilrlght's Dise.iseol the Kidneys J. T. LEE, Cincinnati, O. SCEOFULA and all scrofulous diseases, Sores, Erysipelas, Eczema, lllotchcs, Itlngworm, Tumors, Itotls, and Eruptions of the Skin, aro the direct result of an impure stato of tho blood. To euro these diseases the blood must bo and restored to a healthy and natural condition. A vr.u's Saksai'AMLLA has for over forty years been recognized by eminout medical authorities ns tho most powerful blood purifier In existenco. It frees the system from all foul humors, enriches and strengthens tho blood, removes nil traces of mercurial treatment, nnd proves itself a complete, master of nil scrofulous diseases. A ISecent Cure of Scrofulous Sores. " Some months ago I was troubled with scrofulous sores (ulcers) on my legs. Tho limbs wero badly swollen and iuflaraed, and tho sores discharged largo quantities of offensive matter. Kvory remedy I tried failed, until I used AVEit's SAitSAi'.MtiLLA, of which I have now tnken threo bottles, with the result that tho sores nro healed, and my general health greatly improved. I feul very grateful for the good your medicine has dono me. yours resiiectfully, JIus. Ann O'Uiijan." US Sullivan St., Xew York, June 1M, 18W. tST" All persons Interested nro invited to rail on Mrs. O'lirlan ; also upon the ltuv. Z. 1 Wilds of 78 East 54th Street, New York City, who will take pleasure In testifying' to tho wonderful cttlcacy of Ayer's not only In the cure of this lady, but In his own case and many others within his knowledge. Tho well-known writer on the Lotton Herald, B. "W. Ball, of Rochester, A'..,wrltes, Juno 7, 1882: " Having suffered severoly for some years with Eczema, nnd having failed to llud relief from other remedies, I have made use, during the past threo mouths, of Ayuk's Sausavakilla. which hns effected n complete cure. I consider It a magnificent remedy for all blood diseases." Ayer's Sarsaparilla stimulates and regulates tho action of tho and asslmllativo organs, renows and strengthens tho vital forces, and speedily cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Rheumatic Gout, Catarrh, General Debility, nnd all diseases arising from an impoverished or corrupted condition of tho blood, nnd n weakened vitality. It la Incomparably tho cheapest blood medicine, on nccount of its concentrated strength, and great power over disease l'ltd'ARED BY Dp. J. C. Ayop & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists; 'price $1, six bottles for $5 Desirable Real Estate FOR SALE. IF not sold bofoio I will soil nt public niiC' lion on Mitniditv. June ii Jhblt. nn house nud flvo lots, nil under lence, sltunted in Clifton, nonr tho proporly of Air. i . B. Pearno, Jr., nud only three minutes walk to tho proposed 6treet railway. Tho Iiouko is comparatively now, has tlnee looms, nail und porch below, and two 1001ns above, a nlco cellar, cistern, a laige stable, buggy hou so und all necessary fifteen to t lrul t trees, grapes and othor small frui ts. For further particulars call and see mo at my ofllce opposite postofllco, or U, S. Judd, Esq, Attorney at Law, Court street, between Second and llilrd streets. ,ua21dtd ,. 0. A. McCH ACKEN, PHISTEH Does not claim to undersell every other merchant in the city, but ho does claim to give entire SJTISiEOTIOIsr To those who favor him with a call. Take his stock Through, and Through And you can do as well as at any other place. Srotico these prices and then call and LOOK AT THE GOODS. 4 Ball Croquet, Set in 6 Ball Croquet, Set in 8 Ball Croquet, Set in AJSra BftTJCEE FINER. Good Cotton 300 Pound Hammock - - $1 25 Good Cotton 500 Pound Hammock - - SI 50 Mexican Grass 1,000 lb. Hammock - - $2 50 And All SEND FOR PRICES. T HS BEST JruxLCXS STOVES CRTPQ -TO MAMTf Q j unniLUj iimniLLU! inuimiLj liuij IS Blatterman OUR SPECIALTIES. Latest and nioM linpiovtd styles ol C'eobltio ind Heating Btoes. made nt Wheeling, "W Va,.oi hot blast charcoal Iron warranted not to huvon single ouncooi sciap In them, 'iheso fatoves of course, wear the h ngest. IIOVSK 1 L'ItNISIllXO.MUS oTnll kinds nnd the Best quality. moM'Milt oil 'oiil"G The only sate oil stove In the world. I.l'l '11. i: .TOJiF.lt VAMIIG aiA Cli. apand Effective. Best made. lKi:i; OK 'j'HK M T WATKIl l)KAl .U, which stives hull ol the labor of water tiom a well or cistern. I KVItlV IlllKAKFAKiniOKINR STOVE, which is ndmltted by nil who have used It to have no superior. Call and fcee It. Call and see us whether you wish to buy or not. i apllSdiy ELATTT3RMAN & POWER. Our Future Purpose! ' is to tender the farmer advantages hneretofo unheard of In the business world by DISCONTINUING AGENCIES AND COM MISSIONS AND SELLING DIRECT TO AGRU at the lowest possible wholesale pikes, as the lollowlug schedule will lully Indicate; BUGGIES: Large invoices just received. Superior to any ever brought to the city which we cast on the market at $57.60 to $135. FARM "WAGONS from 867.50 to $65.00. DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS, including extra tongues, $2.50 to $3.50. CORN PLANTERS from 75 cents to $37.50. TWO HORSE CULTIVATORS from $16.00 to $20.00. CORN DRILLS, $14.00, heretofore $18.00. CHAMPION REAPER and MOWERS, Spring Tooth and Randall Harrows. Steel and Cast Plows. Sulky and Revolving Hay Rakes. McColm's Soil Crushor. Springfield Engines and Threshers. Driving Wagons. Village Pheetons and Carriages all at correspondingly LOW PRICES. All persons nre invited to call and see us nour stock'is large and must be fcold. MYALL, RILEY & POUTER, P1Mlv No. 7 Sutton and 1-8 Second Streets, NEW FIRM. f Box $1 OO Box $1 25 Box $1 50 GAMES, BUY- TMWAR L ETC, AT & Power's. NEW GOODS, f BIERBOWER & CO., (Successors to A. 'J. EGNEW & CO.,) G. "W. Tndor's old stnml. No.'flO Market Htreet, Mnysvlllo, Kentucky, announce to tho public thnt having puiclinted tho Interest ot A. J.Egnew & Co.r Willi conduct the Hiovo anil 1 1n business nt tho old stand o! G.W.Tudor on Market street, Maysvllle, Ky. Tho new firm Is composed oprucllcul men of long experience nud workmen. The best brands of STOVES and TINWARE will be constantly kept on hand at tho LOWEST PRICES. Roofing and other liko work dono in tho best manner aud guaranteed to glvo satistaotlon. Atteutlvo and polite salesmen at our storo will give closest attention to the wants of our customers. , narAll debts owing by tho late firm of A. J. Egnew & Co., will bo paid by us and all claims duo eald firm aro pnyublo to us by the terms of tho purchase. Yours Respectfully, BIERBOWER Sc CO. TATIJPDIIDI 1 1 cordially recommend tho abovo named firm, and I J I rifL frXJ Dial w""would bo pleased to have my old customers and friends favor them with their patronuge. Respectfully, (mchSOd&wOm) G. w. TUllOIt,