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Bkllowb, tho Boston painter, la dead. Sergeant Masoh has arrived at "Washington, The Spanish author, Juan Vallora, has boen appointed Minister to Washington. A FKy Mosloms of Hick's command wcro spared from tho slaughter. CniKF of Constantinople pollco on trial for blackmail. Rounsn, Minister of State under tho lato French Empiro, is dying. Tub report that tho Vatican will send a Nuncio to America is denied. Siemah'h funeral took place from Westminster Abbey. Burial at Konsal Green. George Brown, aged flf toon, of Vt,, yraa fatally kickod in the head by a horso. of tho oonvlctod Ilownrd county, Ark., rioters have been placed in the penitontiary. England admits that French interests demand tho occupation of Sontay and Bacninh, but rocommends a conciliatory policy. Nkaq Pittsburg, two weeks ago, ttro boys fought a duel wills knives. Ono of thorn difri yostarday of his wounds. Rumors of negro uprising at Birmingham, Ala. Militia guard the torrn, and Catling gun commands tho principal streets. The colobratod Stevens mansion, Fifty-seventh street, Now York, has boon sold to W. C. Whltnoy, son-in-law of Henry B.. Pnyno, for $000,000. Thomas Pickett, a brakeman on the Ilolyoko and Westflold road, was crushed In the chest whilo coupling cars at Mass., and died In a few hours. Ho loaves a wifo and two children. Knolaxd has notified Franco that a blockado of Chlneso ports will not bo respected, and that tho capturo of English vessok so engaged may load to complications. Tiie black flag and Chinese pirates havo joined bands against tho French, and it will bo necessary for the latter to socuro reinforcements beforo making a forward movement. TELEGRAPHIC MARKET REPORTS. Oenornl Markots. Cincinnati, Nov. 27. Cabbago. Market better supplied, but with a fair demand is steady. Sales at $50 per hundred on track, and $1 251 75 per brl. from store Turnips. Steady at $1 251 50 per brl for choice Jreshkfrom soro. Rutabagns sell at $1 2C1 60 per brl. Onions. Market Arm. Prima to choice in shipping order sold at $1 60Q1 73 per brl. Sweet potatoes. Market steady, with a good demand for now arrival's. Prime to cholco Eastern yellow selling at $3 753 S5 per brl, and Southern do at $1 T5Q3 25; genuino Jprsoys in light supply and nominal at $4 75Q5 00 per brl; alleged Jcrsoys selling at $4 00. Potatoes. Market steady, with a fair demand and inodoroto receipts. Early rose poll on track at S035o per bu, Peachblows at 2530c, and Burbanks at 4045c. Mixed bulk lots sold at 20330o per bu. on track. From, store 510c additional is charged. Sales from storo in brls at $1 G01 75 per brL creamery sold at 3-1 SGo, and cold storage stock at 2332c. Fancy dairy was firm, and taken ns to quality at 2426o; prime to choice dairy was held at 1822o; medium grades abundant and easy at 1216c, common selling at S lOo, and grcaso butter at C7c. Roll butter sells at 12222c, as to quality. Choose. Market quiet and steady. Primo to cholco Ohio quotod at Xllc, and Now York at 13X18Kc Eggs Wcro Armor, selling at 23c for fresh stock from storo. On call to-day sales wcro as follows: 25 coses, sellor November, at 20c; 100 do, sollcr March, at 16ffo; 25 do, frulthouso, buyer last half next year, at 20c. Grain Market. Milwaukee, Nov. 27. Wheat Quiet; December, 05Jo; January, 97o; February, 93c; May, $1 05. Corn Strong; No. 2. 50Jfa Oats Tamo; No. 3, UOJc. Rye Lower; No. 1. 60 Wo. Barley-Weak; No.2,59c. Toledo, Nov. 27. Wheat 8hado better and quiot; No. I white, $1 081 09; No. 2 red, cash, $1 031 05X; Novombcr, $1 03; December, $1 Oyif; January, $1 05tf; Fobruary, $1 07tf; May, 1 12; No. 3 rod, 69g02c Corn Active and Xlo better; high mlxod, 67g57X5 No. 2, cash or Novombcr, 64c; December, 63c; January, 63c;May, 55c; rejoctod, 62c: no grado, 38c Oats Dull and nominal. Ryo No. 2, 63Xc; rejected, 64o. Clover seed Dull and easier; prime, cash, Noyembor or December, $5 80; January. $5 00; No. 2, $5 65. iw Yrok, Nov. 27. Flour Dull and prices without quotable change. Wheat XJa higher. Arm trade and quiet, moderate; No. 1 white nominal; No. 2 rod, Do-comber, 11 111 l January, tl 13g 1 13X; Fobruary, $1 15X01 15; May, l 10l 10. higher, fairly activo; mixed Western, spot, 54Q C3Xo; future, 010ic. higher and fairly activo; Western, 8542c. Wye Stock. Cincinnati, Nov. 27. Cattlo Common to fair shippers, $4 60Q5 25; good to choice, 5 555 70; good to choice butchers', l 00(24 75, and a few at $4 005 00; fair to medium, $3 0003 75; common, 2 00(32 75; good to cholco cowq, $4 00 4 40; good to choice heifers, $4 54 75; common to fair oxen, $3 60(33 50; good to cholco, (3 76; stackers and feeders, (4 0004 25, and somo extra at f 4 60, and jsome light yearlings and calves at $3 60(2 3 75. Hogs Select butchers and heavy shippers, $5 105 30; fair to good packers, (4 855 20; fair to good light, (t 45ffl 4 80; common, $3 754 40; culls, $3 00 3 75; stock hogs, 93 604 25. Sheep-Common to fair, 93 753 60; good to cholco, 93 2.1(34 25, and home extra at 94 60, and culls, 93 003 75; stock shcop slow and weak at $3 753 60 for owes, and 93 004 00 for wethers. East Liberty, Nov. 27. Cattlo Very dull and unchanged. Hogs. Active, Philadelphia, 95 005 20; Yorkers, $1 25 4 40. Sheep Extremely dull aud unchanged. iNDiANArous, Nov. 27. Hogs Dull at 91 254 00. Kansas Cur, Nov. 27. Hogs Live selling at 94 C0(M 80. PEoniA, Npy. 27. Hpgs. Liyo steady at 94 00(35 00. East Bufflao, Nov. 27. Hogs lowor; celling Yorkers, 94 2g4 40 (good medium, $4 604 00; cholco heavy, 94 054 76 U. S. Yards, 111., Nov. 37. Hogs Light mixed at 94 104 05; mtxod 4 154 85; heavy shipping grades 94 755 20. Cuttle BUody and Una. St. Louis, Nov. 87. Hogs Steady and stronger on account of small supply: pack-In 94 am. VU -1- I OPENING IMMENSE ! " 1 :01-: M BOOKS fflT'T I " :AND ALL: Holiday GQpds :AT: in n rrnirD J U I W I La " LJ Mism I "I I fcl I I I 'I1 I "Icl 'Ill'U il L I' I ,vU i Large fBtfisM and you want to see. "Speing is Believing." Come early , apd" nick out what you want. Mail orders so licited. Address i . it FRANK R. PHISTER 3IAY8VJZLJS, S TOT r f n Forsalo, privately, one of the bent farms In Hourbou co 11 nly, containing two huuilrtxl ami tidy amoH. It's liniunvonioiitH aroKernnil U) noue. HuUllttlo ol II been plowixl of late years. Hnrii room enoiiKh for ten acics ol tobacco; stone and lence: close to first cluMsrollcises, chuielteH, Ac. It Ih one of It 1h ono or the most dcHliahlalioinwi In thu county. II must lie neen to be upprrcinUtl, Come and mo It; I wnnt to sell; it Ik In of a mllo of North iiostotlUf. Wrltti or pnitlculani. n8 4wu&w It. W, OWEN. Ke?mc7M r u ! pftfi C. I MINER & BRO.. i:sta HT.isiivn in B00TS' Lei SHOES. IB sH 5 '; trMf, m YlltTf F t MAYSWLLE, KK BAD, BAD, BAD BLOOD. ,3 borne blood is bad because it is poor and weak ' Some is barj '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 blood is owing to the, .iroq ,w,h;ch is !)r.esent. Blood which has not enough iron in it is always The persons in whobe veins it circulates cannot be.said to enjoy good health. ' " ?A " The efforts of expert chemists to produce a preparation of iron which can be assimilated with the blood have resulted in that perfect preparation which is an important part of Brown's Iron Bjtte,rs. It is the only one which freely enters into the blood. It is the only one which accomplishes the desired good. Weak, jioor, tliin blood m.iy benme'erich nncl strong; nndimpure blood m? y be purified by the u;e of that Gre.it Irun Medicine, Brown's JronBitU ft. '' .iwjvhh Tsnuju. Brtiuano 1 ECITEW & LLlil5 : I WbolcKnle andlrntall dealers In : 9JBdbOm In order to supply the increasing demands of our trade wo aro continually adding to our supply of Stoves and Tinware. t ' REMEMBER OUR STOCK IS LL ,1$W having been rocently purrlianed with a view to to tho wants of this market. Cook Btovps ol the best makes llcniluu Stove In ureat variety, inntols and Grates of every Jtlnll id ways on hand and sold ut the LOWKUT RATKB. Call and examine our now stock; - - " ' sepl Comer larkot and Tlilrd BlrebtMaysViliey. .WINDHORST fill, Merchant Tailps! JVb. o.9. EAST SECQXJ) STREET. TPI T e m to have your Clothes made to order for tbn I,RABT I Vn linnf Ulnnn MONKV. Thcyliav tho luteHl styles of KIN KGOODH ine dbsi nace FINE CUSTOM-MADE- fVQRK,DpPmEjPtC.r lon nam:. B0DRB0NFARM. R i 1 T" 1 '. ni'f I net .Dealer Ins- FAMILY GROCERIES Teas, QiH'csiMware, (JigarN. JlHNHvnre, IIlKhestraxli prlre.)td forfounlfy produce. JylBdtr mmuui rourni n4 f ("1" iixiia. U r I U Iffl asususJ&aSi Xmialrlj. roruniaolturudltrranu, l.tur iraa latat u4jt1 awniaiaa lull (UMrlbUoojOfjUi intiwtt, WwlK w Hnr'i Hrw"'" JffsiinA. jui,A.jim.on.itn.i UIUlfllMMC iakmi jtmWii 9 JHHM fmi DIICC ' '! ijHf BB0a3nBMjaMai i R -' 'r ' rr .7. .r itl:i ah e & Monroe srs..Chlfc4a WlllH4rml.lliiiru)rMalk tor ittkl, vOO fcw. lit) EntT4.ii.rt1 otlK.UufcJIWIfu'wjtlvri!" ItU, Mtl. CfitltU, V lil 'i.?"MhJ.''iiiril itimiiilufiinsnn iniwcinrn idi as tain1, fltnitfll iRUsi 'feZifwlFl' irlk'isttr TeinaaAwiv V'J1."L ,'SkI IRtRKEB&ib UNI.il law), (111 Intuit all HtN4n.IW'.tuji ul JlMrmitortM, lnpI.B7(Mxil Dr. (m ! ! Mir t.IH. la Ik k..rt ij bill, t (KITit r SJJB' KHtnraiit cvr for 1'IUo. Rrlesi $ I f dnsgtfsta, or tai prepua dt mnuMmoio .....)...,' 1 T..' .. . . ' "In ' E"im K&ss&asmm mtmi waafeniM. vsiasniA inrfrrenu WeakNsrvousMen v1ow debility, exhanttcd povrvrst' premiur atcur nil fsilura to perform lift's tu ties' proper! r oinwd If eicutea. error of youth, etc., 'Mill 'fltd a perfect and lutlnr xeatontloato robu.t health and vlsnrone manhood la TMEMARSTON BOLUS. either (tomach druicglnK nor instrument. jThn trsatmtnt of Nmnna n.uiiitT ana i"hjlclIecnylnnrtonnlr M.u..fnl kAi.n.A K.ka.1 nn nflrfr.l dlmrno.ll. new iind direct method and ab.olote thor. outhnea. VA Ihfornktlou and Tnattae free. Adilnu Conaalllns i'hj.lclsn of HAHST0N fTEMEDYli0.,48VV.14lhSL. NewYork. JHiEN4fcJO. 4 w ! y'TilltrS) ritrvf i v iKXOT l K A li l AiuinfilllnRiind speedy euro far1' fervour VtviMy BUd ,WiaJmeti,K 4Tt reiuit or iqaitcrouon, execs, orerwark, tu., (orer forty thpU c&nd ponitlvo curte.i' jtv&iid T5r.rorpottaea on trial box of lOOpUli.1 AdflrtM.' ' ' Dr. M. W. BACON, f or.CUrk Bt. nd Gilhoira n.ciCiuci FREEf RElttBlE m A fcrotlto resr)ptfea Vt m jlf Ji aeud and moomi jpMllU hi t U. mind) for Ui enra of jfrVOgitSIIW r msrwmsmssi WHOLESALES-RETAIL DRUGGISTS, 111 ALL DRUCQISr'SELt IT.' Ammil ATh 1QWIO. ' Invito attention to their stock Dnn, Med- leiaes, nasuviH uye siasrwTBtyita tbe proprietors ot tbn original nd sonulua AllaB'aNarveABoaAI.lnlittetit.Ttiaorasriof I jaahanditiotnno buyers parUculsrlysollcl tea. Ir iiik Needles, Oils ' " ' " mHI I Attachments . LA, Sorries & Son's. X I i7l'f if n'iiriir iifo 1 '5 77 Second St.. I "1 ' rrm 1 MAYSVULE, KY. Repairing ppiptly done by H.UUJAUS. 1?TM . T ,T. wm .IPJlUK.lAr4 mm'r 'n IHAB mm i NMMsWMWjM IEFQflEVAND DectrWAIItncif art tent on 30 Dayi! Trial. OLD, ar ufTertn? from NivodDhiutt, WHO VirlurrTXacm 'o Nibyb Foaca aao Viooa, Wnno WnaEi, andall thoudlxaae of artaaOkiL NlWai rwut(ltr rroln'Aiuanr and Oruan Ciuaia. Snowly relief and complete of 11 uuni.Viaoi arid MiauoonOouiiiTtis. The irrandeit dlaoorer of the Nlnetveutb Century. Stand at oaee for Illustrated pamphlet freai AddrM .VBLTAIB MIT CO., MARSHALL. MICH. Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts, o a; fWT. 3 ai 3f ,a. oj i o Licwia VAjtnKM, Proprietor. tWJHHiliMlf (MMOVbWi Wi'" iHiM ihuimiii TTTTtfTrirrp57TT Fancy, and -Staple j ;RRav,)SlflNS.anil. El tcrmt of. Wa! ? t mmTttvrbKbj'',vy. HL Itw LtBPBk Mipjffi wa T SH iwP"TVIlrn",K,n JirnfflirA iraged by the.larsely increased trade I hnve bad during the Inn year, and being do. nodionrrxnor nrorcantinocoinino yenr. J nave laneti special pan my stock for the fall and winter tradolnonlcr that I may bo fally nro: htB'OllmvVliiitbrheiWln"eVervtiArtlerjlAr. Mr ttod Arottll is in mo seiociinn oared to meet tho S'ldOditlliyi pur. .ehftriedoin ArUia;iJsor pasll. and JirtHfc notbluR in saving that J am prepnref toitynrw. fully compctd Willi any houso lrttlio rlty. I curry tho largest and most eompleto stock of uninnKujuuuBniirneoity.'auiinciiy Hinuunru anu guaranieoa toiiive saiuraoiion. my wmwvwrwvR'OT ;Fmt&'mZR and GAME. aud all knda of COUNTRY PRODUCE, and I shall want to buy during the fall and winter specially, for iuy, customers 6,00q pounds choice ilutter, 10,000 iloten ireHli Eggs, 6.0"O kon UlilAltfiu &000'WbtlJrttcl IMrkCyi, buslU6M nil the Unme, 01 ainnnds,! can get. Wll hnvo u wfetl.anieaLod stoolc'of (HtMiclnltips lor thn UnllilnV lnulnj Aaeatifor HIIOHClimann tft L'd.'H COMl'llKHaED YfiABT. stqoodS DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF,THE CITYiFJfEE OF f ' iiJiW'hi'j i- i 't .ruaq a . j iu iv ij ) vjL ' Ji. 1' '? ill ui i''.iii)' 'i ,i " " lLhe ' '' .: t impiy t1 ' is ... t .- 1 I . . .. 777Z. 1 T lllin Ifl'11! M fT T fF ifiTnw PF p I M I 1 T t im ' r "S7Vo QJEToxr Ixx i ii .t t Men's SJiir JsMen's UndershirtsMente'Hosiery and -Men's. Gloves. Iae ,antil ooletetjfok i I .iffS shirts 50 cts., I.JJk, HT, Cnnnlnf WT XKLViJ. BCOUiWI i'ii li i f t .. i . niKloJ shirts -75 cts. ,and .up. Very good quality of VOl .III ftl -Men's heavy Merino Shirts at 35 and 40 cents. it i Hi m mii.i i ft t r it jPrWai l Wia HkT'a M ' MI la)V .!- awJlaV pj ii i ---.ay .Biaw m la IS.! .(fl.trT"" HHMI I. I ) iWool 'Under- worth iibo, 'Wool Under- ' ' i Mi WTTssa: Men's oWarm Qlpyes for walking, riding or driving, 125,50, ,75,, and l.OO. a .pair. Ladies' a.nd, Children's -Warm Gloves 15,. 20, 25 and 50 cents,p,er,pair. Hpsjery ! Hosiery! Hosiery! ajustopned an,immejqse( purchase, ,qf .Pflsery which we place on sale at less than. 50 cents on the dollar. .h t r r M l' Jltf , ) , 4 Black SILKS, ColoriodSilk EL- ,Y BJacJc and (Jolored VELVETEENS, at very Low Pricqs. J. W. SPARKS i&W,, No. 24 HjHfA JBiftBt, M AYSVILLE, KY. Illl Ull III lll'Jll H' III I'lW ' F0K TWENTY Wo shall givo a u it i SWT?rTAT. "PIC wiMVp.irM ,-a., r.rrnr:; :ON: T ilJallWMilS hayinganiixnbOT.tlmtmiifltJbo.ppso.of to moloopnpr othqrji on Myall, Riley & Porter, " 2J li "-l ' i "i iiiWm urn1 'iii'l t ltj , 1Ul, inn? " t JrUST PLACE rTO aKMVMNTELS,lIllE,fFC,, ja at- Blatterniaii & Power's OUR SPECS ALT1ES. Latest nnd most Improved style ol Coohlna spJ IleatltiK Hloves, msdc al Whcf llnu w Va,.of hot blast charcoal Iron, warranted lor.uitiuve alriK(o ounce of sorau'lntli'etQt Thoae stoves, of 1oiriU r ' IIOUNF. rilKa inn iru iin 01 mi Binnsiirju uio ijmquallly. .pjEKKIiKtiN lf!K kKAl FKKKZURIt liaiio cpmWlcatlons ley a CUlia. 1 no ram nyui puuaroiy auj JOKKK WAMlf 15 w lMo'u(r'froin a well or Cistern. ond tho CApaclty ol 'wiiprc. aiiu unniier in '. AV'llNi7JU?'P0.y'aiuid Kflecllve. Best made. AifcK'MKAwt.K,wnicuiaciiii)uorilie;abbor'draw. ClKLY JIMKAMKAMTIOOIIINO WTOVK, whloli is adrnllted by all who have used It to iaye,i)o superior. Coll.aud see 1U Call and seoMs wether'ybtf )sU Wi buy Vir not!