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Eiixowb; tho Boston painter, is dead. Twkntt deaths" from yellow fover at Havana last week. BonoLAiis blew the Pottsrillo, Pa., posU ofllco saio and got (5,000. WiixiM Pnitrs, renowned railroad contractor, ia dead at Springfield, Moss. Tnk French restriction on tho Importation of American pork will bo removod. Rkv. Vfit. Mitchkll, pastor of a Boston Congrcgationalist church, arrostod for stealing books. President Qrovy assured tho now Minister to Paris that he would flud there all tho sympathy he could deslro. AMEjifCAN.Bguadron' Iri thojeast has been instrucWdJto'protcii American interests in caao of' Franco-Chines "war. It is stated that the Wabash system is a dead load on Gould, and that ho offered it to VonderbiltT of $33 per share. It is tho expectation in Paris that tho docreo forbidding tho importation of American pork Into Franco will soon bo with drawn'. ConkLTNO rof used to respond to a toast ' at the Evacuation Day Banquet, New York, because George "William Curtis is to sit at tho table. Urea ilruL, -who claims to bo tho wlfo of Senator Sharon, has been indicted, together with Nelson her lawyer, for forgery, perjury, and conspiracy. Tine Corcan Government offered certain mines to Japan as security for a loan of 13,000,000. An investigation showed that tho mines aro a myth. Tub German mall stermshtp India, from Hamburg to Now York, put into Falmouth, England, Sunday night in consequonco of heavy weather. All on board nro well. Tub letters of Alice, tho Grand Duchess of Hesso, which aro to bo published soon, will tbxo 6w light, 1t is said, on the Quoen Victoria and her family, but are silent on tho Quoon'a political view's. Fmxa; 'Thomas Evans & Co.'s glass factory; Pittsburg, $00,000. At Kerens, Texas, four stores, $13,000, Campbell Hotel Block, Napaned, Ontario, $;(0,000. Summit Mining Company's hoisting works, Calicut, Cat, '$75J,toO. A TfimniLE state of affairs exists in Egypt Tho land' Is full of rumors, and panlo Is. felt everywhere. Tho Khedive invites England to take hold and regulato mattery Clounqd that El Mahdi was slain in the recent battle. Two hundred' priests, of Ahcona, Spain, who are dissatisfied with their compensation for,, saying mass; have been holding conferences and arranging to unlto in a refusal to excrcis this function unless their payment) ara increased." The Fool Saves Her tlfo "Whereas tho WUo airllilei. Elizabeth, P'a., Nov. 20. Two young girls, whoso names could not bo learned, were on a railway trestle at Fintoyvillo Sunday, when ft train camo thundering along. , One of them, who has always passed as 'simple, took in tho danger at a glance, and, climbing down under tho track, clung safely to tho timbers until tho train passed over. The other, who was a bright young girl mentally, seems lo have, In lier terror lost all powers of action and was ground to death under the whoels. WASirnrciTorf, No. 20. Tho Chlnose Legation hero havo received no information as to tho breaking out of hostilities between China and France, but do not doubt it. TELEGRAPHIC MARKET REPORTS. General Markets. Cincinnati, Nov. 20. Cabbage. steady, with a fair demand. Sales. at $0(3(7 per hundred on track, and $1 50 1 75 per brl. from store. Turnips. Firm at $1 2!)l 50 per brl forchoico fresh from store Rutabagas sell at $1 2501 60 per brl. Onions. Market steady. Primo to choice Ih shipping order sold at (1 60 1 75 per brL ' Sweet potatooi Market steady with a good demaud for new arrivals. Prime to cholco Eastern yellow selling at $3 75(23 25 per brl, and Southern do at $1 7503'; gentilno Jerseys in light supply and nominal at $4 755 00 per brL Potatoes. Markot firm, with a fair demand and lighter offerings. Early rose sell on track at 3035o per bu, Peachblows at 252S0c, and Burbanks at 4045c. Mixod bulk lots sold at 0S0c per bu. on track. From store' CQlOo additional is charged. Gralu Slarkets. Toledo," Nov. 20. Wheat Firm but Inactive; No. 1 white, $1 03(21 09; No. 3 do, 0009XpJ No, 3 red, cash, $1 031 05X; November, $1 03; December, $1 03Jf?; January, $1 05; February, 1 OOJf; March, tl 08Ji; May, 1 13; No. 8 red, 8992o. Corn AcIIvo and )o bettor; high mixed, 65o; No. 2, cash or Novembor, 53Jc; December, 53c asked; January, Slo; May, 55o;.rojecfod, 60Xo; no grade, 37c. Oata Dull and nominal. Clover seed Dull and lOo lower; primo, cash, November or December, (5 80; January, $5 05 askod; No. 2, 5 65. Milwaukbk, Nov. 2a Wheat Steady; January, OOJio; May, $1 Qi. Corn-Quiet; No. 2. 40c Oats-Dull; No. 2, 20Xp; Ryo Tamos' No. 1, 57c. Barley-Steady; No. 2, 69Jic. XJve Stock. Cincinnati, Nov. 2ft Cattle Common to fair shippers, $4 6005 25; good to choice, $3 55(45 70; good to choice butchers, $4 00(34 -75, and a few at (4 0005 00; fair to medium, $3 00(23 75; common, $3 To63 75; good to choice cows, $4 00 4 40; good to cholco heifers, (4 254 75; common to, fair oxen, 3 603 50; good to choic?, $3 754 75; stockers "and feeders, $4 W(J4 25, and some extra at $4 CO, and Boin lighfyearllngs and calves at $3 50Q ,8 '75,, JlQgs SeCt butchers' and heavy shippers', $4 00(25 10; fair to good packers, 94 '70&5'00; fair to good light, $4 40Q 4 75; common, (3 754 40; culls, $3 00(3 8 75 toct 'bogs, 93 'iOt 25. Sheep-Common to fair, 93 753 '60: good to choice', $3 25fi4 25, and some extra at 94 25, and culls, 9'J uo3 75; stock sheep at 93 75(3 50 for ewes, and 93 00(24 00 for wethers. Chicago, Nov. 2S. Hogs. Market firm, with fair to good light at 94 20(24 75; mixtfl packing, 94 204 7Qi choice heavy, 94 '80(35,' 20. Cattle. Market steady, with exports, 96 25(30 GO; good to choice shipping, 99 40tjf0 1Q; common to medium, 94 0Q85''b; range, cattle steady; grass Texkav 93 75 4 40; Americans, 94 50(3 5 23, Sheep. Markot steady: good 93 50; choice', 93 75. Nov. 2tt Cattle. There Iter'Todlng' 'tradd, ttddo rules flrm and a shade higher and 'the Indications are that a very fair finish will be made. I Large Stock! and. you want to see. "Seeing is Believing;" Come early and pick out what you want. Mail orders solicited. Address FRANK R. PHISTER, MAYSVJJLLJJ, "TOIt NAI.K. BOURBON FARM. For sale, prlvatoly, ono of the bent farms In Uuurbnn county, containing two liundrfd and fifty aeies. U'h Iniprovomeiitx tire Hocnnd to nouu. Hut little ol It been plowed of luto years. Horn room enotiBh for ten pci'es ol tobacco; stone and post-rail lence : closq to flint class colleges, cliurohes, ,So. It- Is ono ol It Is one pf the most desliatile homes In the county. It must be seeu to bo inprecatl. fomo and me It; I want to sell It U In of n nillo of North Middle-town postoaico. Wrllp for pi tlfiihirs. ntHwd&w IUW. OWKN. Kentucky, Wk G. S. MINER & BRO., JiSTA ttZTSHUn JIf BOOTS, H T. Lowry. In:- V I ! liKriiiiil Pimii;:; MAYSVILLE, KY. BAD, BAD, BAD BLOOD. borne blood js bad because it is poor and Weak. Some Is' bad because it contains impurities. Some men have such bad blood that the wonder is it does not poison the mosquitoes who come to bite them. The rich red color of good bloocl is owing to the iron which is present. Blood which has not enough iron in it is always ! The persons in whose veins it circulates cannot be said to enjoy good health. The efforts of expert chemists to produce a preparation of iron which car) be assimilated with the blood have resulted intliat perfect preparation which is an important part of Brown's Iron Bitters! It is the only onewhich freely enters into' the blood. It is the only one which accomplishes the desired good. m wu.ik, poor, linn UimiU may UMnn er ni and strong, nnd impure blood if y be purified lw the. iim of I hat G. cnt It on Mtilicihe, Mnrwn't Iron Bitters'. EGXTEW & ALL : I Wholesale nndrnf all dealers In : (i i 9 S TOY E S In order to supply tho Increasing domands of onr trado wo are continually adding to onr supply of Stoves nnd Tinware. REMEMBER OUR STOCK IS ALL NEW : having been recently purchased with a view to to tho wants of this market. Cook Blovosol tho bent makes Hentlntt Htovos In ureat variety. Mantels and Gratea of every kind always on hand and sold nt the L.OW1C8T HATES. Call andoxamlne onr new stock. XlGKLXTIErSXr tit) Corner Market arid Thlid Strebt8,'Maysvllie', Kyi WINDHORST & BLUMv Merchant TMto! No. SO. EAST SECOND STREET. as b . ni to have your Clothes made to order for the liKAHT TUn Unt BJlnnn MONEY. Tlieyliovfttho.lntrjit styles of KINRUOODa 1116 H6SI rlaCe 6 ONLY FINE CUSTOM-MADE WORK'DOHE HERE." FAMILY GROCERIES, Igr. OlMWaro, TollRCC'CrM. rfo'iiWaM. Highest yUil)prleoialdo'rrhuiitryirolucb. Jyllidtf Corner Kourtli and I'lum streets. HIMIBIsVJsV.ra k. HHMHH''1 UPl'iltf'lWl OPENING IMMENSE! I m m , m&m, SH . tflP IsBsl xn. HL. mm rl mmmmWtt l-CI II I sVk m, m mm la. sV m P86" AmmJV m. JB m.' JB. MtaVrtatiSBBBA.SSmStettdaSWjUMff (bow: Ka ' ' '- SAND ALL: f & m JLJLPAJLUL!L W.r JTUUIAO mm MMk :AT: 7utm mB jiTHill WnwaBdMj. Bum. M'SHHMB ML- .Ml 1 1 tho -i 71 K i, IB no rill feait ki Nu. iiiHotnrnCLAfta trri. tihtou UUI.ti.il lMD.lllllU Ira.tlir all .!. H.rtnm. Phrattla .nil Mn..t.l (ffaa 1 tu..Brmilro,ll.iot.rtiU lnMprltjt(ri4ldlnua,ilc allatton Mranaur;r llr irwv Dr.Xatn l( th only rh7ticlta la lha ! Ikit darHllll At MM VlAff. klA rwif.lllialH'tadtoctiot.rl.OMfrMCTlrlJuoajMVjBaa. FRCEr t?tuaT n7aiaeA&r5fPctJUt bf 1111 II 1,1 111 IT1" Mti.r.M"Anakess . ''' i L ?tfl' lWJ2!lS2ZEM5i EpUiaaJ.leaTalopyevtrugUUcaanUU, Adirmr DlbWAAO CO., UsWm, UJ SEforTlUAL ififaiIIDii and bnedr eliro for' Ifierveu lletnfif -Mid )'ealmttl, Ml'tM re'"H nd " or wj cvUrriuUorindiacreuoii, cicesi. WrtrwhrV.tiif'tDTarfdrty thou poaltlvo cures.) or toUno 'on' trial bfai of lOOrllln. AddTTOt, II IDr.M.W.BACON.CQr.ClarkSt , and CaUioun Place, Chicago, 111. II elTei I nHef. and' ii curt for PI Ira. ' n . mmmm mi niTiee 91,' ts anirsui. m m m m m m m : VH.aw.asi h tent on rrn" -T I P PI rk Miartw I 11 tniM u, J Tr"; n. n. nire. thrTHOttMrr uuUum. u aswt a Atmt&r nhmbt anj oo ? rn hlmMlr at kotta atltr d feaJalrsftlrt tor ImUdwdI&Ii tod tndoritoMBU, utters from taloott tMJIeil nn, n4 a Mil dncrlplloa of u4 MlwW, tMnm H. H. K ANE, A.U M.1, ft W, 1 4 Ik 81. R T.rk. no or !Dtldb?mill. HsmDis skers,Dox8410Ni7ork. 5 ram Yon'lhfol Imorndinos. .eM)t'V (rrons Dobllltr, Jitntrt lrPk,m. forliem ear free. UmWuii 19 fnirrllj'lTr ft rn ' kLYOW&HEALY I Stale & Monroe StsAChlcsgo. fJWlllM.ljmHto'ifJrll Lfor !. suo pw1; Ti KunI. Hl'omfK), FplU, Cip-I!! I'll.U, ftunilnr v""' 0"t"K lUptMnJ LfrUW tar A m.U.r tiK 1 Cuiwiu' fcb!2dAwlV f csswv WeakHervonsMen Vhono debility, eshotiitnl D(1 (allure to perform life's duties proper! are ciuted bf axceuei. orrora ot xouth, etc., I will rind a perfect and Ustlne and'vlfforon munhnod la ITHEMARSTOM BOLU8J NctUicr etamnrh drnKgtns nor Nerrous Debility and iS anceeMfnl betie based on Prft dlairnoIl new nnd tlret methods and abwlnte thoi ouinnei... Full Information and Treatlw fre. Addrexs Conultlns I'hyalcUn of MARST0NREMEDYC0.,4GW.I4lhSL. New York. R. B. L0VEL5O52'MaFMt45t'', iLJZJLZ MAYSVILLE, Ky. Fancy arutSiaple. . QRQCBRI&S": Encouraged by tho largely Increased trado I.hnve had daring the last year, and being determined lo further IticrertNOlttlie coining year, I hlivo taken special pains in tlio selection of my alock lor tUo fall and winter trado In order thai I may bo fully prepared to ineoi tho wantd ot mytuMomtri) in tovory particular. My goods nro'all nrstM!rHSastoioalltyi ptir olmst'd from OrstlifciMls forcaRJi, and! rlHlrnnthliiK In saying thnt Iutn prepared .til Hunt!; .fully compete with any Iioiino In tho city. I carry tho largest and most omnplete nlook of UAPin r u'uuuun in mo cnyaii siricuy aiaiiuiiru imu tu kivu Buimiui;iiuii. mj house Is headquarters for POTJIiTE.BZ"aad GAME,- and all kinds f.f COUNTKY PRODUOIB, Und I shalh want to buy during tho fall and winter specially. lor my-customer 6,U00 nounclH cho co Hatter, 10,000 dozon Irosh ICkks,6,0O dnzim CliloKciiS, 5.UUU TurUeyn, besides all the Uiime. oi all hinds, 1 can gel. Will have a kiocb: of Hpcclaltlrn tor the holiday trade. Aqent lor KlIeMclimnnu A Uo.'h, UUMl'ltKHUKD YEA8T. MrQOOD8 DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY FREE OF CHARCE. nl3uJm ' ALLEN 4& CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRUGGISTS, S. W. Cor. Main & Fifth, CIIVOINNATI, OniO. Tnvltn attention to their stock nrnars. Irlnes, InlnU,OlliA Vjo Htaffm. Tbay am nroprletors of the original sna gonulno AUra'sNsrTiAHonel.lnluicnl.Thooraoraol caanabdsborttlmo buyers partlootarly solicited ALL DRUOClSteT SfiLL IT. K. SEWIHOJACHIHES Needles, Oils asaswasasaasassBBBaBl Attachments AlA.'Sorrles&Son's Se6brid Si.',- MAYSVILLE, KY. m&'i RepilflnR promptly doile by H, lHWltJOAJils;' N SPBfW Jr ' nn y saw Electric Appliances arrswr on 30 Dayi' Trial. TflWEriONLVYQUNtVOR 0L, "TTrilO aVti nffrtng' troW'rfiSTOoS'DsiWJtr, YV rtr VrMLrrV.'iacK or NmraTolicaiKD Viooa, Wiatua Wkakskmso, aad all Uom iHmum of a rxuoiui. Niturk rciulUnir (ram ABUti and Otbm Causes. Spoodr rollet anl eomplate mto ration of llHLTU,via04hJMlHt)ODODi4mBD. TbsjrraiutoatdlwxiTerr of,thf NlneUnlhOontury. feirfatorformtMtraUxIl'antphhiirrM. Addnef vitun Kit bb., MAmHAU, iim. CRAWFORD HOUSE, Cor. Sixth and Walnut 8la. CXTST O X3ST TST Jk. TXi o I.kwiu xiiVKV, Proprietor, I' l I 1 They Speak for Themselves! HjB MRGMHS 'Offor 'Men's Shirts, Men's Undershirts, Men's Hosiery and iMtfn's Gloves. Large and complete stocki Men's Scotch 'mmuwmmmmm oo1 Unde-shirts 50cts.; XHlRTK worth $L00' Men's Scarlet " " " "'(' Wool- Undershirts 75 cts. and up. Very good 'quality of Men's heavy Merino Shirts at 35 and 40 cents. Lnr' sfvrsV'1 i'GS" Men's -Warm Gloves .for. walking,, ridingorr driving at 25, 50, 75, and 1.00 a pair. Ladies' and Children's Warm Gloves 15, 20, 25 and' 50 cents per pair. Hosiery! Hosiery ! Hosiery! Just topened an: immense purchase of Hosiery wlrich we place on sale at less than, 50 cents on the dollar. r Black SILKS Colored Silk VEL VETS, Black and Colored VELVETEENS, at very'Low Prices. . J. W- SPARKS &.BR0.; No:r24,Market Street, . MAYSVILLE, KY: Wo shall givo a :ON:- rl J3 xxilJLfJt W iM Jxi iO jhaviag thatrauat.bo dlBpoBed of to make room .for others-on, itho way. K "m r .'Lit. bsk n 1 8 - JLtfJitjjt JIuWk'A AaaaAisjf THE BEST FLACK TO UPY Kim -18 AT- Blattermam & Power's. OUR SPECIALTIES. Latest oiul most Improved styles ol Cookhid nd JUhIIiih Hlovw, niniU' at WlioelltiB.rW Va.. or Iibt blast cliUrcoaliron.warrantot) iol to tiuveo ilngloouiiceol scrap lu tliemtirTlicfcO Stovps. Of twnfMi Wpurfttivlori!t1stv IIOWNM HllHNIHIIIKiMBIofallhlhclaf.iKl tliel!tquallty. VKKtti.KW ItiK 'KKAM nooompllcaUoaslieyond tho cnpuolty ot a child. Thdain fielseonartsiy iiiiywiisre.'vTli6dnlior Best muds. OWKKN OF THJMtlr.1lVATIi BKAWKKrwhtcU savos hftlfof the labor ot AtntoT (mm a vvullor cltrii' feiBlVT BKKAr 'AHT :00rtlia KTOVE, wlilth Is admitted hyall who havfeiistd It to hnve'ihO'Mipertor. Call atfd see usrwlrtthenyoa -wish tobuytornet. apUSdly BLATTRMAN & POWER.