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The Crcscnt Flouring Will at Metamero, Iml., burned; loss, ll.GOO; Insuronco, l&V). Tho Are was of incendiary origin. A dispatoii from Connollsvillo, Ta., says roughs stoned Mrs. Langtry's enr as it passed through thcro. No person was injured. A balloon picked up on" tho coaRt of Portugal contained a watch, an altitude Indicator, 1,700 rcis and clothing. Great Bmtain oppresses no objections to u Turkish fleet in the Red Sea, provided It acts In concert with tho British squadron. SurxniNTENDENT Fletcheh has appointed Sarah Stockton physician of tho Female Department of tho Indiana Insano Asylum. The mystery surrounding tho disappearance from Chicago of 8. O. Wilcox, whoso machinery warcrooms at 20 South Canal Rtreot wero closed Saturday, is still' unsolved. Hon. AnmoB Willksly Peel, Member of Parllment for Warwick, has been appointed Speaker of tho House of Commons. Mr. Peel is a Liberal, and the youngest sou of tho late Sir Robert Peel. The Nokd Deutsch Zeituno editorially denies that tho Crown Prince Frederick William Intends visiting tho Pope, and says tho published statements to that effect aro unauthorized. Jcdoe Spratt, of Birmingham, Ala., has sentenced uosloy Posey, convicted of rape, to bo hanged January 11. The prisoner was taken to Montgomery with an escort of four companlas of troops for s.afo "keeping from the enraged populace. William Sheruan, 6on of General Thomas, who is preparing for tho priesthood, made his first appearance boforo a congregation at St. Xavler's Church, St. Louis, Sunday morning, assisting in tho ceremony of high mass. 8EcnETAnT Teller has nlllrmed the decision of tho Commissioner of thu General Land Office in tho case of K. M. Griffin, declining to patent his claim upon the Colonel Hall Lode, Central City, Colordo, on the ground that it was not continuous as required by law. The Treasurer of Lee County, Iowa, David W. Blackburn, is $12,320 short. On Saturday he handed in n statement of his books to a inombor of tho Board of Supervisors. Ho claims that ho is entirely in tho dark as to tho cause of the shortage. Tho former Treasurer was charged with appropriating county funds, and his Deputy was sont to the Penitiary for three yean. Governor Ireland, Attornoy Genernl Templeton, and soveral other prominent men of Texas scout tho idea that u suit is soon to be brought in tho United States Court of Claims to recovor tho valuo of slaves emancipated during tho war. They consider tho scliemo a very foolish one,and, if any body Is engaged in it, which is regarded as doubtful, itris for political purposes. THE PEORIA MYSTERY. Mo Cluo to the Identity of the Muni ore it Woman. Peoma, 111., Doc. U. Tlio body of a handsomo woman was found lloatlng In the river about three miles north of this city. She had abundant, coal black hair, clear cut features, and white teeth. She hud on a portion of a basque and an undergarment. Her body romaiued in the morgue unidentified until Saturday, when the Coroner's jury was summoned. Tho county physician made an examination of tho remains. Hu states that tho body could not havo been in tho water moro than forty-eight hours. Tho body shows that tho woman had been a victim of an abortion or miscarriage, and that it hod been of recent occurrence. This leaves little doubt that sho was thrown Into tho river by interested parties, or was the victim of suicide through remurto or disappointed love. The remurkablu appearance of tho woman would seem to indicate that sho was one whoso presence would bo missed In any community. In life sho must havo been stately and handsome, und la death her form resembled a piece of statuary. She was perfectly formed in feature and limb, with black hair reaching to the waist, and teeth of uncommon purity and regularity. The fact that she was clothed in a night dress would lndicato that she had prepared for rest, and porhaps wus in slumber when sho was aroused to meet her death. f i mi Ho Used a l'oliceuiaii'i Club. KEYroivr, N. J., Doc. 0. Dr. O. C. p. popular dentist here, recently did sotno work for tho wife of John K. Snow, who keeps a restaurant here. As was walking along Front street, Snow sprang from behind a tree, exclaiming I " " What did you say to my wife? " Almost before the Doctor had time to Suow struck him several times on tho shoulder and arm with a policeman's club. Tho dentist hurriod to his house and came forth with a revolver, but Suow had Snow claims that Bogardus insulted his wifo, and on that account ho sought vengeance. Snow was arrested, and guvo bull in $500 to keep the peaco. Shot "While Hunting. Marshall, Mo., Dec. 0. Twoltttlo boys named Mitchell and a third named Brown wero out hunting near Walnut Grove, a few miles east of this city. In tho excitement occasioned by tho discovery of somo birds young Brown and ono of theMitohell boys fired at the saino time, and just as they fired the other Mitchell steppod between them and tho game, receiving a charge of shot in his body killing him Instantly. Tho shooting was accidental. Carried Off by n Hour. ArrLETON, Wis., Doc, 0. A number of citizens of Cicero and Lessor, in Shawano County, aro scouring the woods in tho hopo of finding at least somo tracos of tho old daughter of Frank Kline, a prominent farmer. Tho little child, while playing in front of Klino's house, was carrlod off by a boar. The child's screams wero heard by Mrs. Kline. Aid was summoned and farm hands started in pursuit, but lost sight of tho animal in tho woods. Cedar A llatlroad Accident. Rapids. la.. Doc. 0. Tlimn coaches, two baggage cars, and two ers of the west-bound Chicago and Northwestern passengor train wore thrown from the track by a broken rail two miles east of Stan wood Saturday night. Of fifteen passengers on tho train only a few were injured, and only ono sovercly, that being a detectlvo named Hcaly. Attacked by n Lunatic. Owensduiio, Ky., Doff. 0. An unknown man entered the houso of K. Clark, ueur this place, early on Saturday, and attacked bis daughter with a club. Ho was killed by Henry Bumpers, who was stopping in tho house. There was a piaturo on his person takon. In Sweden, but nothing to royeal ' v - bis identitr LI H & a, m H Ps w 1 I COLOGNE SETS. JUST RECEIVED! SWarMnW HOLIDAY GOODS! ever hiotiglil in Miiyvilte, such uh Chamber Hots. Tea Het, chlnu Toys, (.'litunpiilKiie Ulnwcs, AIukIi mid Milk Hets, Oat ileal Mots, Jti Help, Ac, designed expressly for tho HOLIDAY TRADE I have also a full lino of CnRtors, Card Hecclverx, Cnkc Baskets, Jewel ('axbetm Bll vor Plated and Solid SILVER SPOOITS, KNIVES, FORKS, which havo been marked t very LOW figures. Merchants ol this nnd mllolidi g counties will llnd it to their advantage to call and examlnomy 'stock lKar pUMiliMXlnu tlielr Holiday Ponds. 3r. -a.. suttou et. HinHHHHHsMHHHHH BISQUE FIGURES. OPENING IMMENSE! MAYSVILLE, ;- :OKi BOOKS ." aT ) U -:AND ALL:- Holiday Goods : AT': ! Large Stock ! and you want to see. "Seeing is Believing." Come early and pick out what you want. Mail orders solicited. Address FRANK B. PHI-STEP, Kentucky, H J. C. FECOR & CO. H.0LID iL3T GOODS ! IN ENDLESS VARIETY tNoiTlipVIiZETOSJIOW GOODS I " v ' 10L1TE ATTENTION ASSUKED I CALL EARLY and SECURE BARGAINS. 1 r At No. 3, Enterprise ItlocJf. Having Imugot Oifltnniplpsorthreo large eastern houses at n sufflclent discount to mo otrlJ tlienyit the new York cost ut retail. They consist of . DOLMANS, r CIRCULARS Coats, CloakSj Eubber Overcoats Rubber Gossamers, Gloves, Hosiery and Underwear. bee,1, fe$&ra ""V tt",c, " "aVP 0VM 'Wtd.7 jOl.. ii. I3TT2Fl.03S3ISUS. SECtlLWION! HH on ChlciiMO itoaril and In Mock on N. Y. Ilouril Money paid In hhbihiu uh liado inoIommI, Do not havo to uwull ren It'aucn finni tUilrauv or New York, i clmi II iJrahi nml Nlork I'.xcliiiiiK;,I.1,HrH Klfili Nlrcet, OlipOfltO 1'lMllltltill, t'ilU'llllllttl, ullni W.'A, MKTON,:HiiMKur, STOVES, GRATES. TINWARE, nmnlulH, lio Holo anunw for the celolirated Omnhu and Leu ,ei Ilooflnu and uomptlyaiid HtUlKfneUirlly Uono. Corner nl Mmktaituit Third iMtreelH, A.icaiun. cock's old xtaud. aplJUUlvr OPIUM plnrtj' gumti'i Epee!!lQ if ' t K NOW' DR. IT. IT. KANE, of lb DtOalDoer i4um )lue, bow offeri ft KenMxljr wherebT tor oM rmm euro 1 or teiLltaonUti, to4 nxlortemratt. Inter from nilnctit iu)fiisi airn. and m Ml dCTlpUoa ef Ui matzafiit, wUrnt U. II. K ANE, A.SL, M.I, MtkM.II.wT.rt. 40 TT. - irrm k0A1 Br IVKnSIl hu. 1UMUTN Cut HT Cblcuo IN UUIili.d Hll, I. ttlll lr.llt .11. Prh .u. Mirtotu. Cbrvule uil VrMUIdle f , ..M,Jtpri.torh(ft.lfiirot.BC7(MlBU infpriiy,rtnii. !.... ... vwr ullallon imontllr. or bt Itlt.r frM. , IV. K fa lb onlj phjiWtm In lh. k .K.iK.lw.rtanli.nr. nr .ahtf. Ill rC lllnatnlxl iuk, snr t,u prMcrtrUou, II kr utU. ILYOW&HEALY I State & Monro St,, Chicago Will vi.i1 Jwptl lo tnjr ullrfM ifci BANn GATALUUUH. W k for IMS. k00 pi nW criTpl lof initrutnvnU, Bulb, Op Wu, ftlDtnhai.ft. Enanlttt. SUiwIa. rVarn &Umrt KUfi. and i uu. Hdndrv mni iMtnu. iitpuiar i3lttvuiiai'olCT't iBiireriwii Bun m itrfii is Amiunr iwiu ua m rCbolcl3utilJiuk3. febt2dAwlV Attachments .W jLW r m JM FRBEforfRIAL An unfailing nnd stcUy cure for Tiervuut UttnMy aud Wiaknru, lttvf rifnnfvand Vigor, or anjr OvllmiultoflncllBcrctlon.exccsi, overwork, etc., (over forty thousand oaltlve cures.) Bir B nd ISc. for poetago on trial box of 100 pill. Addreiia, Dr. M. VT. 11 ACON, cor.CTark St. sndCalbonu I'lsrc, Cuuuao, Ixx. WeakNervousMen Whoo debility, exhanatcd puwrri, priunature decay nd failure to perform llfVa dutlca properly aro canaed by eicosaea. error of youth, etc., will rind a perfect and laallne restoration to robnskbeiilth ana viEorona munnoou in THCMARSTON BOLUD. Ncitbor atomaeh drngKlnic nor Inttraraenta. Thlatnatmentof Nerrona Ilebinty and Iliva1piillJecnyiannifomilr eneeeastnl because baard oa perfect dlaitnoaia, ttewnnu aiirvcK meinoai inu buwiui. ipor. oushneaa. Knll Information and Treatlaa free. Address Uonaultlns rhyalcian of WAPRTnNREMEDYC0..4GW.14lhSL.NtwYork. apBw (betoreV and -AFTER Electric Appliance! an tent on 30 Oiyt1 Trial. TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD, are ufrerln; from Nirvous Duiutt, WHO V:tautt, Lacs or Niara Foacc ad Vioor, Wiaima Wnixusn, and all tlioae dlaeaaea of aPXRaoNiL Nituhh rvaulUne from Altiaas and Otihr Causas. 8wdy relief and complete restoration of UiaLTn.V looa and MmuooD u uaRAHTaro. The Krandeat dlsootery of the nineteenth Century. Bend at once f or llluatrated Pamphlet free. Address VOLTAIC BELT CO., MARSHALL. MICH. . nrutmn iinuincr acw.nu iriHunmco Needles, Oils f - I s at At A Onrrinr. P. Cntl'o . V . S 77 Second St., MAYSVILLE, KY. Repairing promptly done by H. M. WILLIAMS. 7 ENDALUSlE SPAVIN CUREfB II TW Tli Most Succeftsful Reiuedy ever w It Is oortuln In IU ottoctB and iIoch not blister. Head proof below. Kendall's, Spavin Cure. Banta IIosa, California, Teb. 0, 18S1. I). J. Kendall & Co., Qeuts: I leel Itn duty to others Buttering' with the' piles and tnlllne of the rectum to write to you. I have had tlio piles and nrolnnsuPH of the rectum for Ave 'years, lor the pnst, tlliee yenrsl have' ituuereu mo iuohi hkuuisiuk puin. i tritti everything wllliout relief, but after teu day's use of JCendall'H Hnavl n Cure, 1 havo not Been or heard of the plies since. One who has not Buttered as I have cannot comproliend the great Joy thut I f elt at being cured of a dlsoatte ulmost worse than deuth. 1 had a valuable youns horse that UudaJargo bunch gather on his bieast bono. I tried all kludx of liniments and hud It eut open without any benefit. Haw your advertisement and bought a bottlo of Kendall's Hpavln Cure and oruered my teamster to use as directed. In let limit one week the lump hud ultwutipeared. Think liiKthnla liniment that would do what Hpavln Cure has done for my honte mlKht bonoat more. I tried It as a I ma renort. With gratltudo and beat wishes for your 1 am faithfully yours, J, H.Olknn, Kendall's SPAVIHCURE On II V MAN inrmU. Vkvay, Inb., Auk. 12lh, IKHI. I)h. it. J. Kendall a Co. Geuis t Maniple of clreulHtN received to-day, 1'leitse semi me some with my imprint, printed mi on one side only. The Kendall's Hpavln Cure In In excellent demand with us, and not only for nnltnitls, hut for human allmetiU Mr. Jos, Norlx, one of tlio lending farmers In our county, sprained tin ankle badly, mid knowing Ilia value of the remedy lor horuon, tried Hon lilmNelf, nnd It did Isr better Miun he hud expc(cl. Cured the ripraln in very short order, Yours respeciiully, C, O. Thikuand. Price SI per bottle, or 0 bottles for 15. All druggists havo It or can g t It for you, or It will be sent to any undress on receipt of prlco by the proprietor", Dr. U. J. Kendall A Co., KiiOHburgh Kails, VU Mend for Illustrated clroular. aWSOIiD 11V ALL CRAWFORD HOUSIE, Cor. Sixth, and Walnut Sta. oi3NroiaariTUBa.rx,c Ldtwia Vanukn, Proprietor. HENRY QBT, T?iiYniiiiPO 8""'TffiKuK,t0"T' A. Ill 111 V 111 U Parlor, aiii Easy Chairs a Specialty. 8U1TS from 20to300. Largo lluea of WILLOW UOODS, KA8Y t IIAIItSelc 11 Cincinnati blllo liberally discounted, I'nllntnl be convinced ll'JIIUIlllI) All MHMaiiHj MAYSVILLE, Ky. Fancy and Staple GROCERIES PROVISIONS and ajjjjjjjjjjjjjjMM Encouraged by the largoly Increased trude I have had timing tho last year, and being dp. tcrmined tofurthor IncrcaNo it tho coming year, I lmve taken special pains In I lie Hcleciluu of my stock lor tho fall aud winter trade In order thai I limy be fully propaied to mrei tlio wants ol my customers In every pari Icular. My goods nronll loiiuallty; from flrst hands for cash, and I risk nothing In saving that I am prepared to competo with any house In the city, I carry tlio largest mid tunut cmnplcto niock of CANNKI) Q00U8 In the city, all strictly standard and guaranteed to give tutuslactloit. My house Is headquarters for POTILTR"? and CAME. and all kinds of COUNTHY PUOUUCK, and I shall want to buy during tho fall and wlnlor spoelallj lor my customers 6,000 pounds cho ce Butter, 10,000 tlozen Ireslt Egs, fi.O"0 Uur.ru Chickens, 6,0uu Turkeyh, besides all the Game, o all kinds, 1 can gel. Will have a nuii.nuiur.ieu aiuca or HltcciilllleH tor I lie Holiday irnne. Agt'iii. inr r . cuaiphuhuuu YEAht. ctrcoODS DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY FREE OF CHARCE. uiwiam C. S. MINER & BRO.. JSSTAItLISlIliD JN BOOTS 9 SHOES, LeiGfflftMiis MAYSVILLE, KY. THE MUSTSTEtt "WTLTO PAILS to interest his congregation and build up his church is generally accused of being a poor preacher, or of not studying hard enough. That is not always where the trouble comes from. Dyspepsia and liver disorders are responsible for many a dull sermon and many a vacant pulpit. When the Dominie's digestive apparatus is working wrong and his ncvcs arc giving him pain, and Ins brain refuses to do its duty, it is al tiost impossible to make or to preach a good sermon. Give your suffering minister a bottle of Brown's Iron Bitters. You will see its effect on next Sunday's preaching. The Rev. Mr. Zehring, of Codoras, Pa., was paralyzed, and could not walk except with crutches, until Brown's Iron Bitters made a new man of him. The Rev. Mr. White, of Rock Hill, S. C says: " It restored me ta strength and vigor." Brown's Iron Bitters is not only for the minister, but for all people. EGXTEW & ALLEN, : Wholesale and tall dealers In : STOVES In order to supply the Increasing demands of our trade we nro continually adding to our supply of tiovesuud Tinware. REMEMBER OUR STOCK IS ALL NEW having been recently purchased with a view to to tho wants or this market. Cook Hlnvesof the bestmakeH lleatlug titovett In great variety. Muulels uud Urates or every kind always on hand aud sold at the L.OWEHT KaTEH. Call and examine our new stock sept Corner Market and Third HtiecU, Maysvllle, Ky. FOR TWENTY DAYS! "Wo Bhall givo a SPECIAL PRICE :ON: FARM WAGONS having a numbor that must bo disposod of to make- -room for others on tho way. Myall, Riley & Porter, isrsr. TO BUY STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, TINWARE, ETC, at- Blatterman & Power's. OUR. SPECIALTIES. Latest and most Improved stylet of Cook Inu nnd Uniting flow, mmle ut Wliwlltur W Va orhol blast charcoal Iron warranted not to haven ilngleounceol korap In them. These Htoves. of course, v cat tlm longest. IIOCNK I't'KNIKII IHU (ilKHIN of nil Muds nid I he Ilent quallly, I'KKKI.KNS UK t.'KKAM It has no complications htyoud tliocamicily of a child. The can nets wiuaroly ouywlmro. Thediiaher I.ITI'I.K JOHKK HANIUAU MA4'IIIS FHImple.f.'hinp and KITcrllve. Best muile. I'i:KN OF TIIK tT WAIF.K lltA'l K.whloiiKnvtH Imlloftlioluborofdiaw. Ing watenroma well or cistern, K1K1.V HKl'.AIi lAMT ll TOVK, which ly nil who have used It W III YD I1U oufuiiwi, iHtiu w W vn " nw " iiviij(7( Jim ninii mi uuy ur II HU apI13dly BLATTERMAN & POWER.