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FOREIGN. Pnrncll'H Keccnt SpocliA lloynl I'roxrcHN ticnpral Nch. DENMARK. . London, Aug. 30. Tho Cznr nnd Cznrinn, of Itussiu, have arrived ut Copenhagen. Tlio Czar and Czarina were received by the King of Denmark and King of Greece on board tho royal yucht. Their Majesties were taken ashore, and escorted to the royal palace by the principal civil and military authorities ana foreign Ministers. Immense crowds assembled at the landing place and along tho routo to tho palace,' warmly cheering tho imperial visitors. Their Majesties were received at tho palace by tlie Queen of Denmark, Princess of Wales and a brilliant court. ' IRELAND. Dublin, Aug. 30. Mr. Parnell, in his Fpecch at the meeting of tho Irish National Leaguesaid ho could report most encouragingly of tho progress of tho National League movement in America. He said he had been informed that ho might after a time look for pecuniary assistance from that country which would at least equal the sums of money received in times of urgency. He hail every hope that tho migration scheme would prove successful, thus enabling the people- to keep their promise that they would never again appeal to America for aid against famine. ENGLAND. Liverpool. Aug. 30. A hundred cattle from Canada suspected of being infected with disease were killed on arnva here. No trace of the disease was found in the remainder of the same shipment, and they were released and forwarded to various markets. SCOTLAND. Gr.ASfiow, Aug. 30. Hon. Alex. Mac-Kenzie in u speech before the Greenock Chamber of Commerce, declared that tho people of Canada would never consent to a lederation of the IJritish Colonies. He predicted that Canada would shortly adopt free trade, and asserted that the Canadians would give their last man and spend their last dollar to preserve the in. tcgrity of the British Empire. He sailed for Quebec. FRANCE. r Paris, Aug. 30. The absence of political allusions or references to mobilization of troops in Emperor William's message to the Reichstag, lias created a favorable impression. An Alulmtim Trust l3 Chattanoooa, Ti:nn., Aug. 120. Henry Shackleford and A. J. Rcvclls, the latter a well known merchant of Greenpond, Fla., quarreled, and while Uevells had Shackle-lord on the ground pounding him, a friend of the latter named Win. JoJinson crept up behind JJcvells and shot him dead. Sludo its a Ilaso Hull I'itclicr. Atchison, Kas., Aug. 30. Herbert A. Slade will next Sunday appear as pitcher for the Blue Stockings, lie is still quartered on the Exposition Grounds and attracts great crowds each time he visits the city. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. (Jciirrul 3Inrkl. Cincinnati, Aug. 30. Butter Tho better grades arc scarce, but not cjuotably higher. Other kinds continue neglected. Fancy creamery sold at !!2fW'J!fc for single tubs and prime to choice at 17 (jt2Ic. Small lots of strictly fancy dairy sold at 10(j)17c; prime to choice at H2(Tf)ldc, and packing grades at (!fW,8c; low grade quoted ut 0c, and grease butter at 4(W'. Cheese Tho demand continues fair at steady rates. Prime to choice Ohio quoted at TfioSJe, and New York at 10lljc. Eggs Tho market was firm for strictly choice fresh stock, at loio telling. No option trading. Poultry The market was dull and easy, stock being pressed for sale. Common to good young chickens sold at SI 00($2 00 per ilozen, and prime to choice ut S- '2o3 00j prime to choice old sold at S3 00(4 00 per doz. Cabbago Market dull. Prune to choice home grown quoted sold at Si 2ofWSl 50 per brl and $2 503 00 per crate in shipping order. Onions Market iirm and demand fair. Prime to choice sell at $1 752 00 per brl from store. Tomatoes Prims to choice sold at 6075c per stand of 2 bushels. Potatoes Market easier; prime to choice stock in bulk sold at $1 00S1 10 per brl, and from store in shipping order at SI 25(j)$l 30 per brl. Sweet potatoes Prime to choice fresh yellow quoted at S2 753 23 per brl., and red at $2 002 50. Oriiln Market. ' New York, Aug. 30. Flour Witliout decided change, with light export and home trade demand, Wheat Shade bet ter but quiet; trade largoly in options; No. 1 white nominal; No. 2 red, September, SI 17J1 17$; October, SI 11)1 19?; November, $1 21J1 221; December, SI 23 J 1 211; January, $1 2flh February, S-l 27 1 01 2S. Corn A shade easier and more active; mixed western, spot, 5701c; futures, (2(r?)(!3Jc. Oats A shade lower; western, Toi.ni)0, Aug. 30. Wheat Steady; easli active; futures quiet; No. 1 white, Si 13; No. 2 red, cash, August or Sept SI 10; October, SI 155$; November Si Mi; December, $1 17; January, $1 111; No. 3" red, SI Oti; rejected, J3e. Corn-Active and iirm; No. 2, cash, August or September, 53 Ac; October, 51c; rejected, GO.ie; no grade, 4'Jo; No. 3 white, 51c. Oats Firmer and quiet; No. 2, white. 31c; No. 2 cash, August or September, 2Sc; October, 20Jc; November, 30Jc; December, 31c. Mii.VAi'Ki:n, Aug. 30. Wheat Firmer; September, 1 O0J; October, SI 02 J; November, 1 OIL Corn Higher; No. 2, 51 J. Oats Scarco; No. 2, 30c. Cincinnati, Aug. 30. Wheat .Was weak and unsettled, buyers bidding $1 0(1 for regular No. 2 red, and sellers asking SI 00J1 07; choice No. 3 commanded SI 021 03, and longberry 1 101 11. Oats Wore irregular and easy; No. '. mixed sold at 28J.29c, and No. 2 white, at 31J32c; No. 2 mixed, spot, track, 29Jc; rejected mixed, spot, track, 28c; No. 2 white, spot, track, 32c. Corn The market hero was no bettor than nominal; No. 2 mixed sold ut 51J52o on track, and No. 3 mixed at 50c: ' ' BUSINESS HOUSES. e- Tuo following are nmong ttio leading 13uslnes Establishments of Mnysvlllo. Customers will flnil these houses reliable nnd occupying a commanding position In their respective lines. st. ltoumts, A. DEALER IN- Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. 11 E. Sec. St, mcliMly MAYSVILLE, JiY, 7" G. imoWNIN'U.M. I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ofllco and residence corner ot Third nnd Sutton streets. Will utvo special nttentlou to diseases peculiar to lemnlns. nplUdly MAYSVILLE. A FINCH CO., """ DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor. Tlitrd and Mutton Streets, mch30ly MAYSVILLE, KY. A IIOXAN'H BOOT AND SHOE STORE. Oimtoni work n specialty. Large stock. All kliuN ut lowest prices. No. 4", Market stieo ,tvo doors below D. A. Rlehnrd,ou & Uo.'s grocery. nld&wly MAYSVILLE, KY. i A'.imox, 'PHOTOGRAPHER, Second street, next door to Dr. Mnrtln'n nplUdly MAYSVILLE. KY. UOIUMIT I.VWSX CO.. c. CIGARS and CONFECTIONERY. ICECKKA.U A SPECIALTY. FRESH ROLLS AND CAKES EVERY DAY. Second Street, EAST MAYSVILLE. S. MIXKKfc IIKO, C. Dealers In- Boots, Shoes, Leather And JTTNBINGS, No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets, mchaidly MAYSVILLE, KY. rit.T.n. a. smith, DENTIST, Will devoto his whole time to the preservation of the natural teeth. Dr. C. W. Wnrdle will take charge ol all the mechanlcnl work, such as gold, sllver,coutluuousgum, celluloid anil ruuuer piaies. incinniiiy , riGXEW a ai.m:x, i STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, ' mnntels, etc. Solo agents for the celebratetl Otnuhn nnd Leader stoves. Hooting and guttering promptly and satisfactorily done. Corner ot Mm kut nud Third meets, A. H. Glas-, cock's old stand. npHUdlw I HAXK JVKVIXK, 1 F Mnuufacturor of Proprietor of the celebrated brands: Hold i the Fort. Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard, i Best cigars In the innrkot. Full variety of smokers' articles. Second stieet. nlly MAYSVILLE, KY. l.i II. TUAXEIi, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ice cream parlors open for tho season. Absolutely pure candles. Fresh bread of all ! kinds. Furnishing weddings and parties a j specialty. Pi Ices low. may -idly i i1 M. WIIiI.IA.M8, Contractor and Builder. Plans nnd Specifications furnished nnd all work promptly and satisfactorily done. Shop on second street, opposite High school. npKklly MAYSVILLE. KY. ni:oit(a; n.iiKisr.it, :Dealer In: GROCERIES. Pineapple Hams. Home-made feast Cakes. may30dly SECOND STREET. i s. juii, attokxky at law. Ronl Estate inul Collecting Agency. Court St., (apl2dly) MAYSVILLE. KY. G Eo.eoxAisox, Dealers In Staple nud Fancy JD-RTZ: GrOOUDS, SECOND STHEET. mchSlly MAYSVILLE, KY. a OI.T UICIIESOX, Dealer In Staple and Fancy GEOCERIES, has REMOVED from his old stand to the building on Second street lately occupied by Chnrles II. Frank. npl3dly TT VST & DOY1.E, Every now shade In DRESS GOODS, Crushed Strawberry, Electrlo uiue, Egyptlau etc., and new Trimmings to match. Second St., mchaily MAYSVILLE, KY. KESII GlIOHGIA F "Watermelons, Host In tho world. Just recolved nt John Wheeler's Fiult Depot, Market Htreet. ap!8 TOIIX II. I'OYXTZ.JK., INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and best Companies. Insures for fullvnluo. Low rates. Losses promptly paid. No discounts No delays. Ofllco corner Third and Market streets. aplOdly T HliAKEUOKOUOlI, THE BOSS WALTHAM WATOH STORE. forCIocks, Silver Goods, Jewelry etc. All work promptly and satisfactorily done. Second St., East of Market. np!7 TAB. H. HAI.LEE, GLAHEKOK Jj. SAX.I.BE' Sulloo A. Nnlleo, ATTOKNEYS AT LAW INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Court Street, (soplCdly) MAYSVILLE, KY T W. SPAKKS DUO., ivo. 2i, MARKET STREET. NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS and Window Shades. Good Carpets nt30, ?5, 40, 45, SO, 00, 05, 70, 75. nnd DO eta., 81.00 and 81.25 per ynnK rach31dly TAMES A CARIt, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Sale and Feed Stables Street rinclc orders promptly attended to at nil times. Finest and latest stylo Turnouts. IIoi8es bought nnd sold on Commission, Market St. lour doors bolow Central Hotel. n!23 'tohn t. i'i.x:minu. INSURANCE AGENCY Ilopiesents tho London and Liverpool nnd Globe. German American, ol Now York, nnd t'henlx, ot Brooklyn. Also agent for Hluo Lick Water. Ollleo corner of Front and Sut ton si reels. npllTdly '. UYAN. J. Manufacturor and dealer In hand, nockot aud pencil STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS, Dates Ac. Guns, Pistols, Trunks, Valises nnd Sewing Machlnos repaired. Trumpets put up bells hung, and keys made to order. Stencil cutting n specialty. Second St., npl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. IAOOB I.1N.V, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ice cream and oda water. Fresh btead nud cakes. Parties and weddings lutnlshed on snort notice. 35 Second St., mny.Tdly MAYSVILLE, KY. 1 W. OA1.IIKA1T1I, attohxi:y at t.w, Itoul I'.slutiMiiid Collocting: Agency. Third street, near Court house, mylnl y MAYSVILLE. KY. r axi: v uoituioii, Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans and specifications furnished an terms aud all work satisfactorily and piomptlv done. Ulllcoou Third street, between Wall and Sutton. nplUdly VrOItKIHOX .t KAt!KIii:Y, Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, (mli'28ly) MAYSVILLE, KY, YjiKs i.u rou'iiixra, FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Fall Hats, Millinery Goods, Honnets, Ribbon-, Flowers and Millinery Goods generally. n,iiiire siiiisiaciiou uuarauieeii in nil cases. Second, opposite Opera House. ninylly JlTIiS. F, II. COM.IXN. MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Huts, Hnnuots, Laces and Millinery Not Ions. Prices low. .Second street, Mrs. George Burrows' old stand. aplKKlly M clXlDUIit; A IIOll'OX, 5,000 STANDARD PRINTS at Scents Job lot of scasonablegoodsjust received, Prints, Lawns, Ginghams, Parasols and Funs at bottom prices. apliidly vriss mattik c.vuk, Second street, January's Block. Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc., of tho Intest stvles. Prices Low. mchHidly U F, MA US II, A'rroitxr.Y at ivw, Justice of ilio I'ence, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. Will advertise and soli real estate. No charges whatever unless n sale Is consummated. Deeds, mortgages Ac. written nt rates as low as any one's. Oillce Library Building, Sutton street. y ' 1AVIN, FCKXISIIIX(a GOODS uiul Hats. Caps. Trunks and Valises. The latest fall styles just received. Market St., aplGdly MAYSVILLE, KY. TKS. A. J. WIMjIAMN. Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will be sold CHEAP for tho next thirty days, Call and see them. mcimoiy Ko. 29, East Second Street. VptS. .n.AKCIIDEACOX, (Formerly Miss Maggie Rasp,) PASHipNABLB MILLINER. has Jnst received n full supply of Fall nnd Winter Millinery Goods. Ilats, Honnets, Laces, Rlbbnns,Trlmmlngs nud all seasonable novelties. Tho ladles are Invited to call. Market street, aliaiy MAYSVILLE. MAItY E. THOMAS, Dealer In , Millinery and Notions, Announces that she has Just recolved her fall stock, which will bo found very attractive nud that sho has also secured the services of an accomplished trimmer from Cln cinnatl. Ouoprlcoonly. 13 E. Second st a'Jdly MAYSVILLE, KY. TOHE DACJLTOX A IJBO., GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full lino of all kinds of vehicles on hnnd for sale, hlro or exchange. Horses kept by day, weok or month. Largest and best appointed Livery Stablo In tin west. Prices as low as nny. Rest attention to vehicles stoied. Telephone- connection. No. ID and 12 west Second St., npl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. O WEXS A It A It K LEY, Nos.67and CO Second nnd 10 Sutton etreols. havo Just recolved a largo stock of improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, tho greatest labor-saving implement over offered to fanners. Tho best loDucco hoes nnd tobacco barn hardware of all kinds. npllO r A, flIEAXN, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full lino of Burial Robes and nil articles by tho undertaking trade. Orders promptly attended to day or night. mSUly A'o. 61, East Second Street, s J. UAUUIIEKTY, No. 0, West Second Btreot. Monuments, Tablets nud Headstones on hand. Orders by mnll will recelvo tho same prompt attention as If delivered In person. npl3dly O B. OLDHAM, PLUMBER, Sanitary Engineer, Gas nnd Dealor In plumber's goods, Tumps, IIobo, Sower Pipes, Lead and Iron Piping,' Steam nud Water Gnuues. No. 8 west Second htreet. opposlto Gelsel's grocery, np!7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. O SIMON, lu QUEENSWAR CHINA, TINWARE, Glass. CUtlory, Notions, etc No. 45 Market StrveU East Bluo, between Second and Third. aBlUUm MAYSVILLE, KY. 'i r. it iff, BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALL HOURS. Work promptly and satisfactorily done. Tonns reasonable. Front street, be' ween Market aud Sutton. tipUOdly W W. liYKCII, Mnnuiacturer of and Dealer In BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladles' nnd children's llnoshoes npec!nlty Custom work made to order. Repairing neatly and promptly done at moderate charges. No. 41 Market steett.lEast side. n4ly MAYSVILLE. KY FRANK III Asks attention SCHOOL BOOKS And Supplies,- BS?Em1racing every Book used in either the public or private schools 6f this city nnd county. EVERYTHING NEEDED IN THE SCHOOL ROOM. this sr.cn wim, nc riM.uo SATURDAY, SEPTKMllKU 1st, 1SS!1. -A FINE, NEW LINE OE- HAIB, TOOTH and HAIL 33jnr s Coiaib Face Povders, PuiFs, PltjQT Boxes, Colognes, etc. Special Attention e6F"When you wish anything in the way of BOOKS, STATIONERY, MUSIC, riCTUHE FHAMING, or nny nice novelty, don't worry about it, but write nt once or call on PHISTER, who will supply" you nt reasonable rates. Mail orders solicited and satisfaction guaranteed, when in tho city do not fail to call on FRANK 1. PHISTER, MAYSVILLE, KY. Il3niVIDE3IVI333i:3Fl. THAT THjE SXTIEZKIT RIPLEY FAIR I Will bo hold 011 tho BEAUTIFUL UHOUNDS of tho association on September 25, 26, 27 and 28, ( NEW iiiirt NOVEL FEATURES ) Large Premiums. Trotting Races Each Day. nwSend to tho Secretary for Premium List. R. FULTON, ProHldent. THE BEST PLACES -TO STOVES. GRATES. MANTELS, TiSWARE, ETC, ij uuniLUj iiimiiLLui i iiiiiniiL.i liuij IS Blatterman T11ITK OKT. We will not bo undersold by any1 lioiuo In Kentucky or at Cincinnati, If wo liavo ball a chanco. , mchaidly MAYSVILLE, KY. A HLUM, M3EECHANT TAILORS. Our stock of Fall nnd Wiutor goods Is now neiuly complete. As we do nothing but Merchant Tailoring, aud understand It wonicnblo to olve tho best ol satis. faction. Prices very leasonnble. au2 lbS2 riM.IAM HUNT. W Manufacturer and oiialnator of the cela. brated brands of Silver Dollar, Win, Hunt's Dark Horse, & y Hmoko, Tlnee Heautles, t'ontwoou auu out iugs. seconu Miteei, .laysvuie, ivy. A AI.KXANIKU, OI.I) IlKI.IAItl.i: LIVERY, SALE ANO FEED STABLES. Vehicles ot nil kinds, uood stock nnd earefu) drivers. Hordes kept by thodny, or weok on reasonable terms. Second st., between Market and Limestone. PHSTER to his largo line of :- T""!"1 I.I s to Picture Framing. L. W. WILLIAMS, Secretary. n2tJd&wlm BUY- AT & Poiarer's. OUR SPECIALTIES. Latest and most Improved styles ol Cooklncr and IlentliiK Sloves, mnilo nt Wheeling, W Va,. of hot blast charcoal iron, warranted not to have a iiuglo ouuceot scrap lu them, These stoves, of courso, wenr tho longest. HOCNK FUKMSII IKO (lOODN of nil Iclnds nnd tho Rest quality. PKKKIiESN IIJ C'llKAH haB no compllcnlloiis beyond tho capacity of n child. Tho can setssauaroly auywhore. Tho dasher Is self-adjusting. I.lTTI.K JOKKlt WANHINJ Cheap and Effective, nest made. (lOVKN OF Tim WKhT WAV EH 1KAW1;K, which saves half of tho labor of drawing wnter from a well or cistern. JIAUI.Y JiltKAHFANTCOOKINO KTOVE, which Is admitted by all who lihvoused It tohavo no buperlor. Call nud eeo it. Call and seo ns whether you wish tp buy or not. npllSdly BLATTERMAN & POWER.