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i- DnUTALFIUm. Two Buffalo Rluggers Alnul Hnrli Othtr ' iSK' T fvr Vlttj Uollnm. Buffalo, Dec. 20. A prizo light occurred "Wednesday night at Toiiavrnmln, N. Y., between Daniel Gallagher, of UiIh city, and William Layton, of Philadelphia, for n purso of f 50, tho conditions being that to "bo knocked out in eight roui d. Time' was- called at teno'clock. In the Hint round Galfaghcr forced tho fighting, but it closod without any damago being done to cither. In tho third round Gallagher got in a blow on Lay ton's noso nnd.drew tho first blood. In rhe fifth round honors wore easy, 'Layton getting in a on GaUagher'a Xaoe, and receiving a righthander In return on tho Jaw. In the sixth round Gallagher nindo somo good f)ghting, finishing witli a heavy blow between Layton's eyes. In tho soventh lound Gallagher went in for business. Thoy clinched and Layton fell to hla knees. Tbfcyj.sieeU ,ir. and blows rained in thick aVd fast," dallagher receiving ft hard blow on his jaw-in 'the wind up. In the eighth and Joat round Layton actod on the do-festive, Gallagher following him up ond planting somo heavy blows. He closed with Layton and at lost knocked him down. Timo was then called, and, as Layton was not knocked out, ho was awarded the light withstakes, The crowd was quiet and orderly " ENTERTAINING CRANKS. Tho'.Amuilng Tow-Wow That Is In In Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Dec. 0. A Christian convention opposed to secret societies was hcldtWednesday morning in Association ilalL The proceedings were opened with the reading if a 'portion of the scriptures and with prayer. The dolegate who engaged in supplication prayed that tiie people might bo delivered from a bonduge greater than that of human slavery. He ateojOftgd that tho "Spirit of God might open tho eyes and enlighten the Christians to tho gfcat dangers attending secietso cictles.' After tho appointment of a coin mittce on nomination of officers, resolution Were adopted denouncing 'Free Musonry, thi) Grand Army of tho Republic and other organizations. The Slow Asioclated Press. iCHiCAqo,JDpa80. Tho Herald prints tho following at tho head of its editorial col umns: The poor, old, palsied William- Uenrytjmitbery, that goes by the name or the Associated Tress, did not wake up in time to give its disgruntled patrons in this city an account of the hanging in Dublin yesterday morning of I'oolo, convicted of tho murder of an informer. "The case was one second only in interest to 'the case of O'DonnelL The difference in time between Dublin and Chicago is some bIx hours, and in its second edition the Herald alone, of all the Chicago newspapers, gayp a full account of tho occurrence, ".ThV Herald has had frequent sion to congratulato itself that it has no relation, near or remoto, with a concern which, when not actively partisan, is ridiculously unenterprising. Worried About Fenlnna. London, Dec. 20. Mauy special police remain on guard at London Bridge to tho carrying out of threats alleged to Jitivo been made by Fenians to blow tho structure up with dynamite. In addition to: patrols on tho bridge itself, a number of special constables in boats row about in the r)er, to, prevent tho appioachof any suspicious crafts r ' ' That Tedious Iloyal fl ReiiaJ TJjec.20. Crown Prince Frederick Wllllamln receiving a delegation from the Gorman colony in this city, said ho hojied his visit to the Pope would benefit every 0116. BY TELEGRAPH. 1 , - tQaneral Markets. NkwYoiik, Dec. 20. Beef Quiet and firmly heldj flow extra, $12 60. Pork-Steady arid qufet: Bpot, new moss, $14 60. Lard Higher and firm: Stoam rendered, 0.25c. Butter Quiet and firm: Western, OaQSCc; Elgin creamery, at 213tfc. Sugar Dull and nominal. Molasses Quiet and unchanged. Potroloum Dull Itlco Firm and. fair demand., CdtTee' Quiet and firm. Freights-Steady. Turpentine Firm at 3535,c. Uosin Quiet at $1 6001 65. Tallow-Steady at 7)c, Eggs Western firm at 28(3310. is i ' V Aid. IClNClNBATI. Dea let was'fair but dull, bfferings were light. Buyers were willing to pay $1 05 for regular Rot 8 rod, ut sellers held for $1 050 1 00. Choico hard and longbcrry quotable atf 08ifiT ll buying, but few lots were offered. .Cora Thero was less wet corn offered, most samples of shelled corn selling at a-range of Borne lots sold for less and some Wll dried stock brought 60c. Ear corn was scarce and in demand at 45 40c for prime sample. Oats The market was steady, with a fair consumptive Receipts were light and stocks rfmiU&cpf or raiea. No. 2 mixed quoted afr'SeH! B"d No- 3 white at S0:)7c. Dec. 0. Flour Dull and declining. Wheat Dull andslightly lower; trade mainly on speculative account: No. 1 white nominal; No. 2 red, January, $1 V. 1 13K; February, $1 15(31 1; March, MlKmfiXi May, $1 2101 3l,'. Com Mfj'ihtgheitand qulpt; mixed- W estom, tlH'48eed;'futuro, 64Jf00c. fetter: Woatern, 39gc. iPHfLADKLTUJA, Pa., Dec. 20, Flour quiet -and steady, Wheat steady. Hejoctcd jrarlng.lijo; .JTd, red, elevator, 81 0; iresh No. 3 red, fl 08Jfl 09; No. 2 rod, December; II 07)t 0W; January, $1 0U M OQtf; February, $1 121 12; March, $1 UXl Corn Options advanced cf and cldsed ftnn; car lots quiet anil (toady1, ho grado, 48oj No. 3 mixed and yellow, ft3o, steamer yellow, 6154c; sail mixed. Decomber, 0001o; January Ol" &0-.o 'February, 62K03Xo: March, 03 titGlXc. Oats Steady and firm: No. 3 white, 38K30Jc; No, 3 white, 30aw. Milwaukkk, Doc, 20. Flour Dull and unchanged. Wheat Active and firm: ItfJlC. cash reMftM,Vcs .uats iqrm af Wc. iRv iNoifekiryy Bufcebanged. Barley Lower and dull: No. 2. ttlo extra No. 3, 490. Kansas Citv, Doc. 20. IVheat Lower: 9Ac, cosh; 83Jg,,Januarjr; 87Xc, February. Corn Sfl ?:, cash; 4o$ 40YO January; 40)Jo, May. Oats Firm: J rt IxJrl fito.k Murket.. U. S. Yakds, Dec. 20. Hogs-Light mixed at i 853 45; packing, $4 65Q5 35; beayy(.shipplns grades, $5 40(20 00. Cattle Market easy. EABr'BoiTFALO, N. Y., Dec. 20. Hogs Btronger: Yorkers, $3 75(25 W a fov axtra at W.OOQO 10; good medium, $0 OF ytW,UUoc hefvy, fUM5(3tJ i pg, ' ' 325.' East Libbhtv, Pft Dea 20. Cattlo viry, Iqw( prime shipping, 10 75(g0 60; falrt0JSO9p5 OOflS 60 nmou, wits I 60. Phlladolphi as, fti 10 wJLmmJk mMmttM lmmJ vJLm !" L-i - Before Christmas.- Buy Your Goods! Get Ready the Presents. MAKE YOURSELF HAPPY! By Making Others Happy. The Goods are at PHISTER'S Call and See Them I Bay" Tliis Wools Oitll us Pohh111o. FRANK CARRY THE NEWS! Hpiend It far mi J wldotnntl hnvo the best and CHEAP EST stock of CHINA, GLASS and QUEENSWARE ever brought to Mnyiw llle, which Includes n largo lino of goods Imported expressly for the holidays. Decorated Chamber Sets In nil fctylea and at nil prices; elegant lilnner and Tea Hots, Smoaiug Bets, Mush and Milk Has, Majolica Tea Betn, flue Cologne Bets, UUque Figures, and Vhpm of elegmit design. 1 havenn IniinoiiKOStockofTOYSwhlcliwIHbosold at one-half tlie uhiiiiI prlco. ur Every ono who uuy luiiKiiiucoui uul.i. juy prices uro me iowohi. diOdJw SETS. JUST RECEIVED ! direct Irom Europo tho finest mid most coin Die to line of . ..... .. ........ ... ti..... ..in.. ......i. n.. .srniii ln rotK, CtimiipHlune (JliiReH, Musli anil Milk Beta, Oat Meal Hots, Jug hi Ih, Ac., Unsigned expreBtly for tho HOLIDAY TRADE I liavo also a full Hue of Cantors, Card Receivers. Caao llnsketn. Jewel CaslteU), Bllvcr Pluted and Holld SZLVE3R SFOOSTS, KNIVES, FORKS, wlileli hnvo boon marked Ht very I.UW ttRuroft. Merchants ol this and adjoining cniinlles will And It to their advnntuuo to cull and examine my Block IxilorojMliclinKliiK their Holiday OooiIh. BISQUK J. C. FECOR C& CO. HOLIDAY , -H . (TF'IIS ENDLESS VARIETY BSrHO THO UJILE TO snow GOODS I rOf.lTJC ATE2tTrON ASSVltET) I CALL EARLY and SECURE BARGAINS. TU-J'.W FIRM, BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA, (Bucceason) to Cooper A Utsnet, Ilcnlcrrt In NIovoa.'ltmiKOH, Nnrblelaca AtHiilol.,nuilniiuiiilHeliirerN nl'l'ln, i'oituer nu telmel Iron Vitrn. ''. : ; , i t Hpeclnl attention pHhltotln roofllUK.KUttcr and HpoutlUK, Practical plumbern, ruk and steam filters.' WrQUKlit Iron and leud pipes, &o. All work utteiuleu to promptly and warranted. 23 K. swinil St., nfidly MAYHV11 1 K. KV. ffTTF "TjTTi TEi r3P EpPolite Attention T Early in tlio Morning: as H. FHISTBH, l.0U worth of goods will rrcolvo a cimnco on a rt. . East sldo of Market, 4 doors Deli 1I1UURIIUCU I HOLIDAY GOODS t -!... !... L3n.n n.... ki... ....I.... fn....c Hi w wmmmummtmmmmMmmm FIGURES. GOODS ! i A 1'INUII i'O., DEALERS IN GEAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor. 7Wrd und Sutton Utrtttt, iBchily' MAYtfYlZljK, KY. ATIOKIVKY AT LAW. Kcrtl KNtiii4iHiitM.'(llrllMKAM:rHcy. ConrtBU, (apliblly) MAYHVIMK, KY, HERMANN LANGE r C3 so E m eg s HI O CO Work WARSAITTSB. ALL GOODS ENGRAVED FREE. OIMMON'M A Spcilflbfo AXSVEFSIA. and DISEASES of tt,9 K1DNHT8. AS been used with most' tTAtlfrltiar sao XI eeea tn many obstlnnto caaon. Prof. F, W. Clark. tirofosHor'of Chemlxtrv nt the Unl. verslty ol Cincinnati mis this water belong to the same class with that of the Allosbany Hprlnes. ol VlrKlnin," tho medicinal virtu w of which are too wel kiiown to be staled here. Those who doHlio to try this famous watoi are referred to Captuln C. W. Uoyd, Levanna Ohio; Captain C. M, Holloway, Cincinnati, OLlo; J. J. Kalpe, Cincinnati, Ohio. For sab In half barrels and jum by OUa. HIMM0N8, Proprietor. m23lwll Aberdeen, Ohio. rtlllE EQUITAULU life Assurance Society I of tho United State), Ionuos all foims of Polloles. All piodls to policy boldors exclusively. Alter tho third yeurordluary and SemUTontlno Policies are After tho third yoar all policies aro Indisputable. ItOE A LYON, ManiiKorx, Louisville, Ky. JOS. K. HltOnmCK, Agent. UWAw Maysvllle, Ky. i ' ' M - i H ft IL.YON&HEALY I Stat & Monroo Sti., Chicago, JSw tVB Wilt HndrrtraU to nj (wljrvu tWr HAHn CATALULIUE. i$a, too pf". 'To nInn 1 wiiitt ifof tviirimMcU siu. Ops twiu, Pmnfxioa. FmiIU. Can- tAinra. i SUsdi. Drain ftinri fUffv ! titu, Dinarj i i uuidu nrwif UMtiiraii.ftiMiidurM iMirnci!! "! -i rrii if Aimuir ittauk a bu rctw4t4ii.ua woiio. feblMAwlv SEWING MACHINES Needles, Oils Attachments ALA, Sorrios & Son's x 77 Second St., MAYSVILLE, KY. Repairing promptly done by YM H. H. WILLIAMS. VINCllggM The XohI HacosraI Ketcx ever dts coTerod n It U certain lu lUettocu anil dooa not biUter. Read proof below Kendall's Spavin' Cure. Santa Rosa, California, Feb. 0, 1883. D. J. Kkndalx. & Co., Uents :J teel It a duty to other auOerluK with tbepllee and tailing of the rectum to write Id you. I have had the pi lea and prolapjtuu of tho rectum for Ave yearn, for tho past tbiee years I have buffered the most .agnnlctug pain. I tritd everything without relief, but after ten day'e use of KeuduH'sBpavluCuro. I have not Been or heard or tho plica alnce. One who has not suffered as I have cannot comprehend the great Joy Hint I lelt at being cured of a dicee almost worse than death. 1 had a valuable young bone that had a large hunch gather on Ins breast bone. I tried all kluda of lint menta aud had it out open without any bene fit. Haw yoar advnrUHemeut' auu bought a bottle of Kendall's Hpavlu Cure and oruered my teamster to use as directed. In lens than oue week the lump hud disappeared. Think lug tlmt a llnlmeut that would do what Ken dBll'a Hpavlu Curo hax done for my horwt might heuetH more. I trledlLaaa laNtrotort. With grutlludu and beat wishes for your success, 1 uni faithfully you in, J. n. Ulknn. Ifpnrlall'c wAVwicute nUllUQIB O On UVXXN ilch. Vevay, Ind., Aug. lllh, 1881. Bit. n. J. Kendall s Co. aents ; sample of circulars received to-day Pjeue head me Home with my Imprint, printed on on one sldoonly. The Kendall's Hpavlu Cure lslu excellent demand with us, and not only for animals, but for humuii ailments ulno. Ur. Jos. NorlH, one of tho leading farmers in our co n nt J , sprained an aijklo badly, and know. Ing the value of the remedy for horse, tried It on hlmHclf. aild it did far better than he had expected. Cured tho sprain In very short order. Yours reapvcifully, C. O.TUISBAND. Price tl ner bottle, or A bottlea for M. All drugulsta have it or can K t It fur you, or It will be sent to any address on' receipt of prl0 by the proprietor, Dr. II. J, Kkndai.Ii A Co., KnoKbuiKh Kails, Vt. Heud for Illustrated circular. WOLO BY ALL DRTaOIHTfl."i CRAWFORD HOUSE, Cqr, Sixth and Walmit Its, Licwia Vandrn, Proprietor. HENRY QRT, ii'po s,,coesaiffiofouT' X III 111 ulilC Parlor, Befi-room ana Easy Chairs from IJOtolaoa Large lines of WILLOW U00D8, KA8Y CHAlltHetc All Cincinnati bills llborally discounted. Cull and bo convinced. nrJ.iOino MAYSVILLE, Ky. PROVISIONS MA .GROCERIES mmmmmmmmmmemm Encouraged by the largely increased trade I have had during tho last year, and being do Iterralned lo further Increase it the coming year, I have taUen pnlim In llio mdecllcm lof my stock tor tho fall and winter trade fn order that I may be fully prepared to meet llio wont) ol my customers In overv particular. Mv uontls aro'all ns Inoniilll v: chased from first hands for cash, and I risk nothing In tuiylng that I am prepared to compete with any honso In tho city. I rnrry tho largest and most completo stock of CANNED OOODH In the city, all strictly slandurd and guaranteed to give satisfaction. My house Is headquarters for F017LTH7 and CAME, alid all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE, and I shall want to buy during the fall and winter specially lor my customers 6,000 pounds cho ce Duller, 10,00) dozeii Iresh Ruk, r',t0 doreii Chickens, o.OVU well-fatted Turkeys, beslden all tdo (lame, o all kinds, 1 can gel. Will have a well-selected stock of Upeclaltlra tor the holiday trade. Anent lor Klleicliniiinii A I'o.'h SUtHSS I'ilJT OOOD8 DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY FREE OF OHAROE. ui3d3m G. S. MINER & BRO ESTAnLIATIEIi IN BOOTS, SHOES ! 19- Tliroo l'nrtitiiilnr Points. Point ihe First. Brown's Iron Bittkrs is not an intoxicating compound. It is a tonic medicine, not a drink. It is a skillfully compounded preparation made to restore strength and health ; not a beverage to be sold in bar-rooms and taverns. Point the Second. Brown's Iron Bitters is free from everything injurious. The most delicate ladies and the most enfeebled infants may use it with perfect safety and with great advariu ;. While it is powerful in its remedial agency, it is gentle in its operation, restoring wasted strength and imparting robust health in the most efficient manner. Point the Third. Brown's Iron Bitters is made by the Brown Chemical Company of Baltimore, a long established house, whose reputation is well known to the business world and the general community. There is no risk in buying such a medicine. 6 EGNEW -: Wholealo and STOVES In order to supply the Increasing demands of onr trade we are contlnunlly adding to our supply of Btoves and Tinware. REMEMBER OUR STOCK IS ALL NEW having been recently purrhased with a view to to the wants of this market. Cook Rlnvesof the best makeH fleeting Btnvealn great vnrlcty. Mantels and Urates of every kind always ou hand and sold at the LOWKST HATCH, Call and examine our new stock ep4 Corner Market and Third Htrcetx, Maysvllle, Ky. ' i i 1 1 1 i i n i i'i i ' i FOR TWENTY DAYS ! -Wo shall givo a- S3PECIuflLl XR1C3E - FAE1 WAGONS having a number that taust bo dispoaod of to mako room Tor others on the way- Myall, Hil0y.&.Porter, fOtSi r&.As'vixjEi, iszsr. THE BEST PLACE TO a Specialty. LnriMn MAYSVILLE, KY. & ALLEN, rtall dealers In : :ON: - BUY- WELS, TINWARE, ETC H is at- & Power's. STOVES, WES, Blatterman OUR SPECIALTIES. Lfet'aid most Improved style, ol Cyohlnirtand Healing HIovck. msile nt Wlicellnv W Vajof hot blast charcoal Iron, warranted not to baveaMngleounceoIscratiln Ihem. Tliera ' "" ' Strives, or course, u ear the lhngist. MOCWK FVKNIHHIKU of alliklnda Mid 04)gM the Best quality. FKKRfcKSN l'B VHr.AH has no complications ifcynnd tho capacity ol a ohlld, The carriwtslquarejy anywhere,, T toUsNtier mpsciiy oi In? watfrom I$&$S$& M K" "AW?'ee hdlf of the labor ofdraw. BIKIT BKKArAJTOIOHIMO "JTftVli, which is admitted by all who hi.vo used It to pave ao'auperlor. CaJi;ad sea It. Call and-see u whether yonnlsh tti buy or not Psaiy IlATTRM'itH'& POWER.