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CONDENSED NEWS; . A collision on the Havana & Matnnzn. " Railroad, Cuba, caused the death of oighi persons and the injury of many, Hkpudlicam Conventions in counties of Iowa have dcolarod for prohibi tion to the full extent. The Northom Paciflo road has a gap o. 120 miloa botwecn Missoula and Helena and track is being laid from caoli end. The foreman of the French jury whic pronunccd Louise Michel guilty has a ready received a lotter threateninc; h life. ErtvrAKi) Hanlak declares his ititcntio to become a citircn of Chicngo. He hop' to beat all the records this summer an hon drop rowing. The Trustees of tho Now York State As lum for Idiots have tendered tho position Superintendent to Dr. A. Q. Doren, of ( lumbus, 0. By tlic command of Queen Victoria the servants on the Balmoral estate n wearing stripes of black on the arm u mourning for John Brown. The Milwaukee Council granted licence to two saloon keepers on appeal ft om Mayc Stowell's adverse decision, thus ghawi.i their disregard for his opinion or powjur. Ax Alton freight train at Kansas C't collided with a switch train of cattle and freight cars, smashing both on ciucs and nine cars, inflicting a damaxo oi Slo.000. Harvey S. Nkttlkto.v, a loading man of New Haven, ha? been nrrcstei) for complicity in tho frauds perpetmtoJ b J. II. Langloy, of Boston. Ilo denies hit guilt, and has obtained n writ of habeas corpus. It seems that machines as well as men work harder here than in Europe. The Itailwny Gazette says that 100 locomotive! hero do as much as 181 in Germany, 189 ir Switzerland, and 140 in According to tho Wolsz systom of type-setting, rocontly introduced in Vicuna, the type is cast in syllablos, common prefixes suffixes, etc., instead of letters, and a great saving of timo is thus offected, it it claimed. MAEKETS BY TELEGRAPH. Chicago, Juno 2C Flour and Feed Tho market for flour was weak and dull under a small demand. Illinois and Western spring extras at S3 505 for common to fair; bakers' do $55 (5 for Minnesota; do common to fair, $3 504 25; patents do, SO f07 60; winter extras, ?476 G 25 for bouthorn Illinois and Missouri; do Northorn and Michigan, S45 60; low grades, 2 503 50; ryo Hour, 3 35&a a 05. "Wheat No. 2 regular, 1 02J1 03 Juno and year, $1 02i,l 01July,tfl Otf 1 0J August, Sl"0til 03r $1 08(i)l 10J October, closing Si 02 1 02 J July, SI 051 05 J August, $1 0GJ1 0G$ September, SI 08(.,1 0b October, SI 02 J 1 02)- year; No. 2 spring SI 02 caBh; No. 3 at 87 lo. Corn 53J(,53?,c cash nnd June, 63J( 61o July, o33(f)51ic August, 61(rto4sc September, year; closing &Sl(u o3gc August, 6(Glgc September, 48ij(rt; 48c year; high mixed 5i!j(j)5ie cash; new mixed at GOioOJc; rejected at 44 44 Ac cash all iu store". Lard SO 72;(9 85 July, $0 8210 August, SO K2A10 September; clewing tO 720 75 July, SO 850 87 A August, $9 800 82, September, and $0 25 tho year. Oats No. 2, Vl&Vic cash and June, 34J35gc July, 30M0jo August, 2V(n) 29J September, closing 33Jc June, 3-l' 34 c July, SOfrASOJc August, 2rJJc20.c September, 2!)29Jj the year. ltyo No. 2, 67A wish and June, 58 58cJuly, 500c August, GUAc September. Mess Pork $17 2517 30 July, $17 S7A al7 47 August, $17 5017 00 Soptember .$17 02jal7 70 Octobor, closing at $17 25a 17 27 July, 17 42Aal7 45 August, $17 67 al7 CO September, $17 C7al7 70 October $15 17,alo 20 year. Short Rib Sides $8 !5a8 67 July, S8 75a8 82 August, $8 85a8 00 closing $8 05a8 07 July, 8 75a8 77 August, S8 82a8 85 Septembor all loose". Stock Market. Cincinnati, June 2(5. Cattle Common to fair shippers, $4 50a5 25; good to choice, $6 40a5 85; good to choice butchers, $-1 75 a5 50, ond a few extra a shade higher; fair to medium, $3 76a4 60; common, $2 25a 8 60; good to choice cows, $4 50o5, good to choice heifers, S4 75o5 25; common to fair oxen, $2 60a3 60; good to choice, $4o5; stookers and feodore, $5a4 76. and somo extra $5; and fom light yearlings and calves $2 75a3 75. Hogs Select butchers' and heavy shippers, SO SOaGfiO; fair to eood packing, $5 8oa0 25; fair to good light, $5 00a0 80; common, $5o5 80; culls, $la5; stock hogs, $5 26a0. Shoep Common to fair, $3a3 75; good to choice, $4a4 75, and some ektra at $5; stock wothers, S3 60a4 25; stock owes, S3a 3 75; culls, 22 75. Lambs Common to fair $1 60a5 25; good to choice, $6 60a6 25, and somo extra at $0 35; culls, $3 60a 125. Chicago, June 20. Hogs Fair to good light, $0 100 .56; mixod paoking, $0 10 0 40; choice heavy, $0 350 00. Cattlo Export, $00 16; good to choico shipping, $5 C06 05; poor to fair, 5 5 50. Sheep roor to host, ?3 404 60, mainly 44 76 for fair to good. Liverpool cablo reports cattle and sheep in moderato supply and firm; best American steers, lOo per lb., estimated dead weight; sheep, l'Jo for best ' New YonK, June 20. Cattlo Opened easier. , uuivu uuuviai, uuu ju luwvr uu dressed weight: extromes. steers. S5 iQCih i 85 per cw.t. live weight; gonoral sales at (5 000 60, including 12 car loads grass-red Texas steer at $5 605 77$t exporters used 100 car loads and paid ?0 30 0 76 per ewt for good to extra atoers. Sheop Dull and a shade lowor; ordinary to choice sold at S4 75a0 621 tier cwt.: poor to prime Southern lambs, $5 60a7 25 porowt Exit Libxbtt, Pjl, Juno Market slow at about last week's opening prioc Hogs Philadelphia, $6 60&0 60; JTuktrs, 90 M6 45. Bhstp Msrkst dull; prloei 10ft25o of from last vrttk. EGNEW & ALLEN, Manufacturers and Denlfcrs in STOYES, GRATES, MANTELS, COPPER, TINWARE, HOLLOW. WOOD and STONEWARE. West Corner of Market and Third Streets, Maysvlllc, Ky. OMAHA, sgmsSm Bird Cages, MmmMmm mm pfM" mmmrtsmmi mat m n'BIMnM LEADER, SPLENDOR, CHARTER, ARCADE. SLATE and IRON GRATES and MANTELS of all Kinds. CRAWFORD HOUSE. f Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts. o dc 3cr o x isr ar" x , o LEWie Vanden, Proprietor. THE WiACKTO GET OHKAP SUITS IS AT GEORGE OnZtJr.s, mch3hlly SUTTON BTltKET. A, I GLASCOCK k CO i! Is tho best place to get baignlns In DRY GOODS. BBtaToHs3a.oc3. 1865. EQUITY GROCERY. CZ. W. GEISEL, No. 9,W. SccomlSt.,il.I,r,HoHH. Frultsnnd VeRetnblesln season. Your patron- a'io respectfully !oiicit'(i. IWdlV AtiolntclyhdrmlcHl 8L0HDINE tt,ind toFreemniiil'crfumer, lfdrugfrlithasa'l m'fr,IMW.4th8t.,Cin, Me. a Dome; 4, expreit pata, s. LYON&HGALY' Slato & Monroe Sts., Chicago '-l Scit Will Mini pwiwl 1 to ny ldrtu Ihelr kvju BAND CATftUUUUt, ' jiS for leai. VUO r(, ilU fclifrailufll 'vF&nJk or tsitruuunu, diiiii, unjs wn romponi, niiitu, Cl.n.la. TVnm Mfttnr. Kt.ffl. Ailil II. I.. Siimlrv Ilnini Outfit!. IUpnlrlni Matcml. auo lnciunn intirurnon nnn w err im for AraMfur uibui. na a cf Cbolc. Etuil SJuilc foblSilAwly HERMANN LANCE SS wraigam 'raTv "XP y t ' t& CiTAlI GooUsnntl Work AVAKIt AM'KI). Number 43, Second street, three doors below Market street, Mnysvllle, Ky. npHOdly A SpeolHu lor all Ulsoasoa of the c KIDNEYS. R . LIVER. CRAVEL1NA. V BLADDER. SSS A Pills, 3G Doso., Sl.OO J. T. LEE, Lebanon PiUo. Clnclnnntl, O. Bent by mall postpaid on receipt of price. SIMMONS' Medicated Well-water. A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases of the Kidneys. been used with most gratifying success HAS In ninny obstinate cases. Prof, F. W. Clark, professor of Chemistry at the University ot Cincinnati says this water "belongs to the same clnss with that of tho Alleghany Springs, ot Virglnin," the medicinal virtues of which urotoo well known to bo stated here. Thoso who desire to try this famous water nro referred to Captain 0. "W. Boyd, Levanna Ohlq; Captain O. M. Hollowny. Cincinnati, Ohio; J. J. ltalpo, Cincinnati, Onio. For sale in half barrels nnd jugs by uuh. BiM.aiu.NS, I'roprictor, m23d&wtf Aberdeen, Ohio. THE lilllil! PIANO Forpower.'purltyoftono.brllllnncyoftouch beauty of finish nnd durability it has no equal,The most eminent pianists pronounco It THE BEST IN THE WORLD. L. F. METZGER. MANAGER, Branch office, Mnysvlllo, Ky :A1bo, Tho Matchless: BURDETT ORGAN. A full supply of pianos ond organs con on band, Correspondents promptly Payments easy, Bep2Cd&wly. Brass Kettles Wooden and Willo. Ware. 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I used part of a bottlo of AVer's IlAin Vioon, which stopped tho f idling of tho hair, and started a new growth. 1 havo now n full head of hair growing vigorously, and am convinced that but lor the uso of your preparation I should havo been entirely bald." J. W. Bowkn, proprietor of tho Mc Arthur (Ohio) Enquirer, says : " Avr.n's IlAin Vioon Is a most excellent preparation for tho hair. 1 speak of it from my own experience. Its uso promotes tho growth of now hair, and makes it glossy and soft. Tho Vinou Is nlso n sure, euro for daudruif. Kot within my knowledge has tho preparation ever failed to give eutlre satisfaction." 51n. 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Wo havo hundreds of similar testimonials to tho cOlcacy of AVer's Hair Vioon. It needs but a trial to convince tho most skeptical of Its value. PREPARED BY Dp. J. C. Ayer &. Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. J. C. Fecor & Co. MAYSVILLE, KY. GARDEN SEEDS, l'AIXTS, OILS. VAKXISII. ami IlKADY M1XK1) PAINTS, WALL PAPER. Ouildin; Paper, Carpet Paper. AND WINDOW SHADES. FRANK R. PHISTER Has Just received 50 copies of A Treatise on the Horse Anil HIS DISEASES, By Dr. B. J. KENDALL. PRICE 25c. Tlio best work for tho money published. Addrebaraall orders to FRANK R. PHIBTER, inyDdifcwtf Mnysvllle, Ky. Before INSURING YOUR LIFE EXAMINE THE TONTINE Savings Fund Plan -OP THE- EQUITABLE 1 Ife Assurance Society. Instead of Investing In stocks, bonds or securities or depositing In Buvlngs Raults, EXAMINE THIS PLAN of Insurance, which notfonly yields a return as an investment, hut glveH Immedlato indemnity In cafao of death. Assets $48,000,000. JOS. F. BHODRICK, Second Street, MAYSVILLE, KY. TO ffi SPECIAL IIAYltAKK.S, i:t. KBTCAl! ANO Si;K, 11E CONVINCED juul 8AVK MONEY.-T MYALL, RILEY & PORTER, imo I J FOR THIRTY DAYS Wo shall offer the greatest BARGAINS ever tondcred to a people, in uie luuuwmts BUGGIESigCARRlAGES PHAETONS; CHAMPION REAPERS and MOWERS, FARM WAGONS. CORN BIlinCDC M""1 TOltACCO CVIIT. I Oflll If ICG Numbers. 7, SECOND and 18 SUTTON STREETS, MAYSVILLE, EETrT. Docs not claim to undersell every other merchant in the city, but he does claim to give entire 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. Notice these prices and then call and ,,, , -- mm mm mm. mm, tmmm mmtm W VTwWw Rtt A 3. 1 CS JLfl tl 3 &-M Jl Jk. Jt JL amMd M.WflJ&MLM KJi3W "" "" mw tmmimmM e ma mmi mbmhmhv m w iimiii mmmr m 4 Ball Croquet, Set in 6 Ball Croquet, Set in 8 Ball Croquet, Set in AXtfD MUCH FINER. Good Cotton 300 Pound Hammock - - $1 OO Good Cotton 500 Pound Hammock - - $lt'25 Mexican Grass 1,000 lb. Hammock - - 2 50 And All SEND FOR rMCES. FRANK R. 2sjk.irs"viijijE3 ZECir. MftHTELS -TO It IS Blatterman OUR SPECIALTIES. Latest and most Improved styles of Cools inn nnd Heatlnc Stoves, made at "Wheeling, "V Vn,. of hot blust charcoal Iron, wnrran ted not to huvoa iluglo ounce ot bcraplu them. Theso Btoves. of course, wear tho longest. IIOVSK FUltNlSIIIKGOOons of all kinds nnd tho Rest quality. rJBEItliKSS ICE CKKA9I FKEEJEIt It has no complications beyond tho capacity of a child. Tho can sets squarely auywhore. Thodashor LITTLE JOKEIl WASliINO Cheap and directive. Best made. QUEEN " THE WEST WATER BKAWElt, which saves half of tho labor of drawing water from a well or cistern. EAK1VY 1IREAKFANTCOOKINO STOVE, which is admitted by all who havo used it to.havo no superior. Call nnd see It. Call and seo us whether yon wlah to buy or not. npMdly. BIATTRMAN & POWER. NEW FIRM. BIERBOWER & CO., (Successors to A.fJ. EGNEW & CO.,) G. "W. Tudor's old stand, No80 Jlnrliet street, Mnysvlllo, Kentucky, announce to tho public that havlug purchased tho Interest ot A. J. Egnow & Co., will conduct tho Htovo nnd Tin busincRS at tho old stad of G. V, Tudor on Murkct street, Maysvillo, Ky. Tho now Arm is composed of practical men of long experience and first-class workmen. The.best biands of STOVESand TINWARE will bo constantly kept on hand at tho LOWEST' PRICES. RooflntJ and other like work done In tho best manner and guaranteed to give satisfaction. Attentlvo and pollto salesmen at our storo will give closest attention to tho wants of our customers. , . debts owing by tho late Arm of A. J. Egnow & Co., will bo paid by us nnd all claims .1 until 41in nviA nmrnUIn i f ! I 4)iA Atimn nfilin .. ! V.-H n f tAOtint I'll 1 1 t UUU DUIU UlIU U1U I'UUUIU IU UO WJ tUV iUlUld TO THE PUBLIC- I friends favor them with their pationnge. NOTICE.-! uuu ui tuuutj: Q O M w 1 1 Box $1 OO Box $1 25 Box $1 50 GAMES, PHISTER, BUY- I W E, ETC, AT & Power's. NEW GOODS. Ul U1D pUlUUUDU lUUlOlWDl'VWlutijy, BIERBOWER &c CO. cordially recommend tho above named Arm, and "would bo pleased to have my old customers and Respectfully, (rachSOd&wOm) a. W. TUUOR. "" .'!