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To fcvl serious riots, moetlngs at Nomy, Ireland, yesterday, wero postponed. EHOLian delegates to the Paris Confer, enceaytho Franch Trades Unions lack stability. Hicks Parma was slain with a lnnco on the third day of his battle with the Palso Prophet, Tbk session of the American bishops in Rome, which continues until Now Yearn, is secret. A posthumous essay by Darwin, on the evolution of instinct, has been found among bis papers. A special from Uniontown, Pa., says the trial of James Nutt, for killing Dukos, will begiriWodncsday next. St. Agios' Church, Catholic, at Cohocs, NowYork, was destroyed by flro Monday morning. .Loss, jss.uou. About a dozen stores and offices burned In Chllllcotho, Mo., Monday night. Loss 25,000.. Insured. Jos. Bj Garcia' has been convicted of tho murdor of Wilkes, a rag picker, at Pueblo, Col., and was sentenced to death. Tns l&chango National Bnhk, of Nebraska, has been authorized to business with a capital of $100,. 000. Mrs. A. D. Ransom and daughter were thrown from a buggy at Union, Wis., while driving Monday, and both weie dashed to death. B. Smith and son the oldest dry goods firm in tho city of MUnclo, Ind., bavo failed. The cause to doing business on Liabilities $15,000, 'mostly duo to residents of this city and county. Near Corinth a masked robber entered a southern express Car and shot Messenger Mc Williams fatally. McWilliams threw a lighted: lamp at tho robber and shot at him three' times before ho got but of tho car. The Saprcmo Court has ordered Bprague to give up tho Accmldnucl: property to trustee Farnsw6rth at twelve o'clock to-day. Tho court decided against Governor Butler, Sprague's counsel, on nearlyeverypolut; Duiuno tho month of November tho va rious mints coined 0,588,500 pieces of silver, representing an aggregate value of ,&.' I, 010. During tho past week 343,480 iitnndard silver dollars were put iu circulation by tho United States Mints. GRANT'S BELIEF. liutuor Tliat Ho lias Vecomo a 'Spirit. ualUt. CniCAOO, Doc. 4. It is learned, from sources of the highest authority, that General Grant and his Wife have been recently converted to spiritualism in its most pro nounced form. This statement comes from two Iodic one of whom has a national reputation for culture, attainments and position in socioty, while tho other is likewise a lady of great prominence, publicly identified with the advocacy of spiritualism, and who is not only welcome, but the potted guest, in some of the finest of Gotham's palaces. It is stated that both General And Mrs. Grant first became interested in spiritualism and its doctrines from being present, by invitation, at seancos held in Fifth avenue and . Murray Hill mansions. From being mere spectators thsy gradually developed into investigators, until they finally found themselves in full accord with followers of the spiritualistic school. Tho unquestionable authority from which tho information comes is also authority for tho additional (statement that only the fear of public ridicule prevents the General from acknowledging and championing his now-found faith. Washington Items. Washington, Dec 4. Tho Republican Senators who mot in caucus Tuesday morning, failed to roach any understanding as to tho reorganization of the Senate. Another caucus will be held soon. In tho drawing of seats this afternoon tho Cincinnati members wero rather unfortunate, their names being drawn late. Follett's seat is protty far back, but in front of the Speaker, while Jordan got a seat well in front, but at tho extreme corner at the Speaker's right. There's quite an Ohio colony on tho Republican side, tho two Taylors, MoKlnley and Robinson having seats togother. Major Ben. Perley Pooro recoivod a dispatch from Now York this morning stating that Senator Anthony had passed a quiet night, and that tho Pennsylvania Railroad Company had placed a special car at his disposal whenever ho is nblo to como to Washington. A resolution calling for an Investigation of the murders at Danville, Va,, during the recent election is being prepared and will probably be presented in tho House nt an early day. Its passage will, of course, be urged with great vigor by the can member. THE PRINTERS' STRIKE. The Kellogg Office to be Boycotted By th Union. Cincinnati, Dec. 4. The printers' striko at the Kellogg Newspaper Union Ofllco, contrary 'to Toport, has not been satisfactorily adjusted. Of seventeen compositors who went out, only Hall and Baker returned, and the remaining fifteen havo since applied to join tho Typographical Union, which organization now proposes to antagonize the Kellogg ofllco. An effort will be made through the socrotary of tho Chicago Typograplcal Union to make a union office of the establishment here, and that failing, tho 'office bore will bo boycotted. - Blarlln'a Reuiorse. St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 4. Miss Ober, manageress of the Boston Ideal Opera Company expressed sympathy when shown tho story of Martin's eastern escapade and said remorse had evidently overtaken him, for false malicious statements mado during the trial. She says ho tried suicide Beveral years ago, owing to irregularities in his accounts as clerk in a merchant tailoring establishment, for which fact he had been forbidden his father's houso and expulsion from tho Adams, a social club in the village. Charles Francis Adams' Swindlers. Chicago, Dec, 4. James Stevens, alias "Fat Jack," arrested in this city a fow days ago for confidence operations, turns out to bo the rogue who swindled Charles Francis Adams out of (80,000 in chocks and notes about a year ago. The thieving fraternity of Chicago are trying hard to savo him from punishment. lib caso will bo decided to-day. Closing the Dance Halls. Dodox Citt, Kan., Dec. 4. The danco '"ills were closed last night for tho first' tune in eleven years. No excitement pro-! vailed although tho streets wero crowded with people. Mayor Dyer announces that he will swear in fifty- extra police HENRY QRT, HiircrwrlnViUTKOKT, I Parlor, ant Easy Chairs SUITS from 820 to 1300. Laro lines of WILLOW GOODS, EASY GIIAIRSetc. All Ulticlnuntl blllH liberally dlHcounlcd. Call and bo convluctd. nZMOmo OPENING IMMENSE ! :OF: BOOKS :ANI) Holiday IMS) - :AT: 5 ' S if .. Large and you want to see. "Seeing is Believing." Come, early and pick out what you want. Mail orders solicited. Address 1 FRANK H MAYSriLTjK, C. S. MINER & BRO., XST.i ItLI.Sltj:i) IX BOOTS, nuco wiYiWiWDk 111 I I I III 1 I I J HjlHI' a Specialty. ALL: Goods Stock PHISTER Kentucky, H Reasons Why You Feel Badly. 4 liecause your stomach is not doing its work properly. Because your liver is out of order, and wants righting. Because your blood is thin, and wants iron in it. Because you arc troubled with nervous aches and pains. lie 'anse you are vexed with languor and debility. All these Reasons Can bo Set Aslda by tho Uso of Brown's Iron Bitters, which will Tone up your enfeebled btomach, and help to digest. Refresh your wearied liver, and put it in splendid order. Enrich your watery blood, and give it a rich red color. Calm your worriecl nerves, and give them restful peace. Strengthen- your whole system and drive debility and languor out. Considering that any man who ha3 a dollar may buy of the nearest drugg.st a bottle of Urown's Jro.v Bitteks, there is no reason why people should continue to feel badly, just for the fun of it MAYSVILLE, KY. ALLEN, - iall dcnlers In : EGNEW & -: I WholtMtlo aiiilOn STOVES In onlortofdipiily tlinlncreiiMliicilciiinntlsnrotir tnulo wo nro contlutially ttildlug to our supply of HtovM itiul 'I Inwnio. REMEMBER OUR STOCK IS ALL NEW having Iwn reconlly ptirrliiiMU with a vlow to to tho wants of this market. Ooolt Hlovesol tho lst innlteN Htuvea In ttnt vurlety. Mantels and Utaten or every lttnd always 011 hand unci Mild nt tlio I.OWKHT llATKH. Cull nmloxanitiioournewHtock nopt' Comer Market and Third HlitH)t, Maysvlllo, Ky. WINDHORST & BLUM, Merchant Tailors! No. 2f). EAST SECOND STREET. VI f . ni (o liavo jour rintlicH mndii to the IjKAHI I hil KflifiT Uinnn MONKV. TlicylinvtlliolnliM 1 ne dbsi riace FINE CUSTOM -MADE WORK DONE HERE."t DR. TT. n. KAKt, IlADI I t lha llrQulMrr OPIUM vpium uuiufl, now oarri a nrmcar hrr.br nr one ran cure Mnrtdr nt horn qut.kl Had plnlrMlf. or Uf UmonliU, tol nlormuf tn, Ituett rrm emlDent tti.rflfl.1 mn. .tul rull 1crlpUoo or In. IrrfctfiM.I. u)0rcII.Il.KAM:,A.M.,H.l.,40H.HtliSt.f.wT.rt. noeo. "v. DC. KEANL 4Hbb' Uf.lltt.ed lkS)tlitll1 lrttloc all Chrvtolejtad tojhH TnranttUy). Fcmtt dlMttti, tie. Cod- 4 nluttoa rcrfmuUr or by IftUr fr. wrrKMn wi iMiiypnytieiMi in tarn k eltvthut wtrrnUtnr or norar. IM pA Ulaitrmted took, ir l,W0 prticriptlvoi, f 1 f null. LYOW&HEALY State & Monroe Sts., Chicago. Will Mn 1 mmM niijr""" " . . BAND CATALOGUE,' for Ssa, WO fw, Ill k.pThn, of iBitmuonU. Sulu, Cp, Btlu. Pompon, EponlfU, 75HP Itl.ikJ. hmm Lt.lnr. fll.flV. an I 1'IUf. ftun.lr Ife.il Outfit. lIlfwMor UMiUrhWsbolntnitMllutnictlollloil Ei- reuM lor AniuiT wdu ua vauwror ICkOlcoBslKtMulo, fobl2dwlV fcMuFREEforTRIAL Jftrvoui DeOiM) and Wiaknrtt, l Ist of VilalUv and Vigor, or any I etll reault of Indiscretion, exctia, pverwork, etc., (over forty thou-I Sl I Til sand positive) euro.) tar B nJ loo. tor iostaco on trial box or fiil IfH 100 rills. Adiircsi, Dr. M. W. BACON, cor.Clark SI. and Calhoun Place, Cuicxoo, III. FREE RELIABLE KS-S A favorlta crescrlDtlon of one of Vb tnostnoUd and aaoasOTral peclalbu In the U.Ut (now retired) for tbo cure of JTorraw JtebUltW fComtSfanhooa,irmtMmnaoav Seal nplalnitaledenyeloeyVeo. DruegUla can fill iti AddrtM DR. WARD A CO.i LouUUas, Mo, "Anakesis",?. a inutnotm uvrv tur t'lira. Hr Price 1, at druggists, or ent prepaid br mall. Sample A(L HANAKFJ4IH " m 'lldilfiii tere.Uox U4iflNewoilC freai YonUifnt Imnradenee, euilai ISv SUFPERERII ealVfeakneaa. Valoable lnformaUoa tarhomeanir. Uid33ranra II 'MP WeakNervousMen jagHBil Whose tlcblllty, exhanetcd powen, promature decay and failure to perform life tlullea proper! are can sod br excesses, errors of youth, etc. will find a perfect and laitlnr restoration to robust health and liroroue tuunhood la THEMARSTON BOLUS. .Ksithpr itnmirh drncfffnir nor .Y33! lintnim.n(j. Thlslrsstmsnt of JVervous Ileblllty and llirlrilIecnvisnnltorm'.r snccesslul because bated on perfect diagnosis, now nnd direct method and absolute tlior mighncM. Foil information and Treatise free. AdilrcKS ConsultlnK Physician of HAnSTOK REMEBTCO:. 4GW.14thSL, New York. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT. AULEtf&CO, WHOLESALE RETAIL DRUGGISTS, S. W. Cor. Main & Fifth; CINCINNATI, OUZO. Invito attention to their stock f lirtura, HedV IciBca, anJnta,OIUdc Iye NtuU. Tliey are tbs proprietors of tbe original and genuine) Allen's Nerre A Hone I.lal u)rit,'rhe orders of caob and abort tlino bu ors pitrtlcularly solid tod. wmsm ' ta smb. mi. v DYE'S OTItv -AFTER Electric Appliances art tent on 30 Davt' Trill. TO MEN ONLY, Y0UHQ OR OLD, vrrii aro tufferlnz from Nihtods Dkbiutt, W Lost Vitautt, Lack or Naari Foacs asu vioor. wastiko wiakxxssks, ana an moss aisaases of a I'irsokal Naturk resulting from Aaosas snd Otuaa Ciusis. Speedy relief and compteta rtsto. rstlonof HuLTn.VlooH and Manhood (Juabaxtrid. Ttau graodeit dlscoTerjr of the Nineteenth Century. ttend at onco for Illuatratod famphlct f res. Address VOLTAIC BELT CO., HABSHAU, HIGH. MACHINES- Needles, Oils M Attachments ALA. Sorries & Son's, "a. 77 Second St., ' MAYSVILLE, KY. I aawBaMawsB niisi n inf Repairing promptly Jone by H. M, WILLIAMS. CRAWFORD HOUSE, Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts. 1.XWU Vandkw, Proprietor, aBHBssHsaJ MAYSVILLE, Ky. Eucouraeed by the targely.lficreascd trado I have hnd durlngtne hwt year, mid being de. lorm In col lo further lurreaitoil tho comlui year, I huve taken special pains In (ho Kelertlon or my stock lor tho fall and winter trade fn order that I may bo fully prepared to ufeet the wants Ol mv casta men In nvorv nnrllnnlnr. Mv irnruls nrnnlt flnilMiim nn In minlltV! nnr 6hased from first hands rorcasb. nnd I risk nothlnK In saying that I am prcparwl u aueces . fully compete with any houco In tho rlty. I carry tho lnnjest and most complete Flock of VATiMKD GOODS In the city, all strictly standard and guaranteed to ulvo salUiactloii. My jiouso is ncauquarters for PGITLTHT aud all klndB of COUNTRY PRODUCE. auU I shall want to buy during tho fall nnd winter specially lor my customer 5,000' pounds choice Uutter, 10,000 docon Iresh Kks,5.0O tlozeu Uhlckcus, 6,0ou woil'iatted Turkeys, bcsldon till the Uame. oi all kinds, 1 cau gel. Will have a well-selected block of HpecUltlrn lor tho! holiday trade.- Agent for Pllatclimann I'o.'rt compubjued YKA8T. DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY FREE OF CHARGE. ulSdaui They Speak for T TTTTi XX Ha -"Wo OfTer. Men's Shirts, Men's Undershirts, Men's Hosiery and Men's Gloves. 'Large and complete, stock. Men's Scotch shirts 50 cts., Men's Scarlet rSNIRTSl mil HI III I I I I J shirts 75 cts. and. up. Very good quality of Men's heavy Merino Shirts at 35 and 40 cents. Men's Warm Gloves for walking, riding or 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 opened an immense purchase of Hosiery which we place on sale at less than 50 cents on the dollar. Black SEEKS Colored Silk VEL VETS, Black and Colored VELVETEENS, at yery Low Prices. J. W. SPARKS & BRO.. No. 24, Market Street; MAYSVILLE,' KY. FOR TWENTY DAYS ! Wo shall ivo a - w&mwMOm having a number that mut bo. disposo of to mako room for otliors on tho way. My all, Killey & Porter, IC3T. THE BEST PLACE -TO and GAME, BARGAINS Themselves ! Wool Under-worth $1.00, Ul inr i t wool &S :ON: - STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS,. TINWARE, ETC IS AT- Blattermatto&. Powrer's. . OUR SPECIALTIES. Latctrt uU nioitt Improved Blyleii ol Cookluit sad IltatlnK Hton, milr nt Wlipellnit V Vu,. ofliol blast cburooal lrou.wnrruUxl not to bavQUitngleouucooUoraiilu Uiem. t'l'lumo HtnveH. of counte. ear thn IntiRHit. HOimt: 1'KKKI.tH I1K 'KKAM has no oompllcatloiiH iMiyonU Hie cuniiclly ol a child. TliecaunetKBnuarfily anywliore. TlieUalier taMilfadjHKtltitr. 1.1TTI.K JHIKKKHAKMIReWACIIIfcBlmpIe.ChinnanU Ktlecllve. Bent made. t1'KKN OF TIIK WEST mye Iialfoflne labor of draw. Iiilc wntertrnm a wellorclxtern. f:HI.T BBKAIH'A'irMKIIMl WT&VK, whlcli luadmlttfd hyall who havo uhcI 11 to have no Hiiperlor. Call.uuil wiu It, Call and mmus whether you vrlsh to buy or not. upli3liy BliATTERMAK POWER.