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Daily evening bulletin. [volume] (Maysville [Ky.]) 1883-1887, March 20, 1884, Image 4

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A DULL MARKET
Htfuutlfttl Iter real Ion of flu New
York tilork Exchange
Saw Y iik March 20 In tbo New
York Petroleum Exohungo during the
noon recess the brokers prevailed upon
two young members of the Exchange who
ara looked upon a rival aiimtuur boxers
to have a bout within tho heavy brass olr
cular railing around which the transac
tions in oil tuke place The young men
U Fredericks and J W Halk got into
the ring and squared themselvos for tho
contest while tho doors were guarded by
vigilant janitors to prevent any incursion
of oflieious policemen Threo vigorous
rounds were spurred with gloves Halk be
ing floored in tho first and Fredericks
getting n bloody noso in tho second In
the third Fredericks got his opponents
head in chancery and kept it there til
time was called The allair caused much
talk down town during the afternoon
It is generally regarded as u significant
sign of a dull market
Ilown a Twcn iy Ioot liiilniukiuriit
Baltimohk Mirch 20 The fast train on
the Maryland and Central Narrow Gauge
Hailrond mot with an accident about nine
oclock to day Tho train was turning a
curve near Fallston Hnrtford County
when tho rear car jumped the track mak
ing three or four turns down a twenty foot
embankment landing bottom up There
were about forty persons in tho car in
cluding Col E II Webster Collector of
the Port of Baltimore When tho car
turned over tho red hot stove had ilu top
broken off nnd jammed through a window
tho flro being thrown outside tho car Sev
eral passengers wero badly injured but
none fatally as far as known The car ran
after It left the track about ninety feet on
the cross ties before it overturned The
causo of Jho accident has not yet been as
certained
To Slurry Sir JoIiiim Iluughlcr
Newport 11 I March 20 Information
has been received horo to day that tho
wedding of Mr Ferdinand Van Zandt of
Btaten Island to Mrs Mullholland daugh
ter of Sir John Lubbock of High Elms
of Kent Englaud will take placo in Lon
don soon Mr Van Zandt is very largely
iutorested in mining affairs iu the AVot
and it was while in London transacting
business in that connection that he mot his
bride He is a cousin of Governor Van
Zandt ot Rhode Island
Dispatches report the occurrence of a
tragedy at Big Bottom near Hatsburg
Tenn last night J E Gossott W O
Crockett and a man who called himself
Hammerhead wero playing draw poker
Tho stakes wore very heavy and all men
slightly intoxicated Hammerhead was
raising his opponents out of the game and
when accused of cheating ho drew a re
volver and shot Gossett nnd Crockett dead
Ho was arrested by Captain Curomach
and is now in jail
Turbulent Strike
London March 20 The strike of factory
operatives at Titschen Bohemia is spread
ing The ofllcials of the city have re
ceived letters threatening them with death
A battalion of troops has been despatched
to the center of disturbance
THE MARKETS
ftrnlu ITIurketM
Cincinnati March 1 Wheat No S
red il5cl 00 No 2 red 1 OjI 00
hard red at 1 071 08 nnd longberry at
071 11 Corn The market was linn
nnd sellers held for full rates Rojtv d
was about lc better than yesterday wlile
No IS and No 2 mixed were held at ouLiide
rates Good to choice rejected quotablo at
4i52c No 3 mixed at 5Jc No 2 mixed at
We sellers views Oats A firmer ton
prevailed and although sellers advanced
their views buyers were not sufllciently
abundant to fully sustuiii the market No
2 mixed sold at 7au7jC aud was offered
to arrive ut the inside rate No 2 white
quoted at lor regular aud choice
lla42o
Milwaukee March 1 Wheat Tame
May i4sc Juno Mikc Corn Quiet No
2 rle Oats Steady No 2 52c Kye
Firmer No 1 c Barley iSttong No
2 fklc
Toledo March 10 Wheat Firm and
dull No 1 white 1 UJ No 2 white IWc
No 2 red eab or March 1 01 April
1 01j May 1 June 1 04 July
i 024 No U red S4uU7c Corn Dull
aud steady No 2 cash or March WlJio
April Mc May SOe Juno oTJie re
jected Slg52c no grade 42Jjii4o
Oats Nominal No 2 white Si8sc No
2 cash yOcgUtjU March IJisJjC asked May
ii7Xc asked
New Yohk March 10 Wheat Opened
Jitiih0 lower subsequently ruled strouger
and reacted Je and trade less active
No 1 white nominal No 2 red April
1 071 ltt May 1 101 10 Juuo
1 1134l Vl Corn Dull without im
portant change Mixed Western spot 50
fiJc future UlifttVit Oats A shude
higher aud more active Western IlUi
Eilve Mock
Chicago March 10 Hogs Market
easier with fair to good light f j 500 05
mixed packing lilCaO 70 choice heavy
jftl 75i47 Lattlo Export 0 300 70
good to choice shipping ri 100 20 com
mon to medium 4 IJj5 00 corn fed
Texas 5iiS Sheep Slow and 2io0u
lowor inferior to fair 2 754 M per cwt
uudium to good 1 lOcgj cholco to extra
SI UOftiS 00
General lurltct
New Yohk March 11 Pork Quiet and
unchanged pot meas 17 50CJ17 75 Lard
Dull and weaker steam rendered 9 24
Butter Firm mid moderate trading West
ern 10Qi7c Elgin creamery oJc Cheese
firm at 815e Sugar dull and nominal
Molasses quiet and steady Petroleum
steady Rico firm and in fair demand
Coffeo dull Freights steady Turpentine
dull at file Rosin firm at 1 S01 5Ji
Tallow dull at 77 7 liic Eggs West
ern firm at aiQi c
Icuf Tobiicco
Cincinnati March 10 Quotations weie
aa follows Cincinnati warehouse first
falo 81 hhds Morris warehouse second
Bala 03 hhds uutl 1 box Miami waro
tiouo third salo 100 hhds Globe ware
taouto fourth Bale 180 lihuV Rodman
warehouse fifth bale 17 hhds 1Inutorj
warohouso sixth huIo 10 hhds At tho
warohouses there wcio Oil hhds nnd I box
oirorodutiiuiliin Prices- 20 118 23
0 00 fi ZD l f0 H M U 73 U1 50
61 W
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U 23 7 00 Tobacco uold ory
OUT
jgrTIic Very Latest Styles luc
CENTS HEADGEAR
aSTJust arrived a full lino of HATS CAPS BOOTS and SHOES
mnrlSdtf -A M ROGERS 41 Second t
Windhorst Blum
Second St next door to Kackleys Book Btore
FASHIONABLE TAILOR
A Largo and Fino assortment of CORKSCREWS MELTONS
KERSEYS elegant PANTS GOODS and other styles in great variety
and at REASONABLE PRICES ml2d2m
RUNYON 8c HOCKER
LEADERS IN LOW PRICES
tsstxa
-IN ALL KINDS OF-
would culllthe nttentlou of their filendN nnd the public to the following New and Desirable
goods
Black Gros Grain Silks
Jet and Blue Black Cashmeres
Black KenriettalGloths
Grey Dress Goods
Black Tafeta Lame
Slaid Ginghams
RV Large and Complete hmoi tment of Table Damasks Napkins Towel White Goods Hos
iery Undei wear and Nullum together with u lull and complete hsso tment of Domestic
KOK FASHIONABLE-
HATS CAPS
and Mens Km nlshlnt Goods Kenerally The stock has been selected with sieat care and
embraces everything that Is new and desltable while tho prices will be found very satisfac
tory Call and examine the stock whether you wish to buy or not
marlly
C S YOUNG CO
SENSATION PRICES FOR SPRING
I nm now offering VERY GIIEAT HAUGAINS in the following line of new goods
which have just been received
Linon Do Daccas Plaid Do Dacoas Nainsooks Swiss Embroid
eries Hamburg Edgings Towels Napkins Table Linens Gros
Grain Silks and Dress Goods the Largest and Cheapest lino of
Marsaillos Quilts ever offered in this city
TOBACCO COTTON A SPECIALTY
You aieall mostlcoullally Invited to call and examine these goodsund learn the remark
ably low prices
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THE BEST PLACE
-Dealer In-
-TO BUY-
STOVES GRATES MANTELS TINWARE ETC
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Blatterman Powers
OUR SPECIALTIES
Latest and most linpioved styles of CookliiK nnd HeatliiK Stoves miule at Wheellnc W
Va of hot blast charcoal Iron warranted not to have a ilngle ounce of scrap In them These
Htovea of course wear tho longest
IIOUHK rUllMWlIIAOiJOODN of nil kinds and the Best quality
PKEKIIN IK CKKAN FUKEZKK It has no complications beyond the capacity ol
a child Tho can sets squnrofy anywhere Tho dasher Is self adjusting
LITTLE JOKKIt WAhJlIISCJ MAlIIIMS Bimple Cheap and Effective Best mado
UllIrN O THE WJKJsT WATEB UHAWEll whlch saves half of the labor of draw
lnir water from a well or cistern
KAK1T lIKKAIirAST COOKING RTOVE which Is admitted by all who havouBed It
to have no superior CalUwid see It Call and see us whether you wish to buy or not
apmdlv BLATTERMAN POWER
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FAMILY GROCERIES
TcnH
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Cignrs Glassware
Tobaccos Motions
Highest cash price paid for country produce
Jyiadlf Comer Fourth and iluin Btreeta
PlftHO
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Dealer In flrst class
PIANOS a ORGANS
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED I
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED
Front Street Maysvfille
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IN TUB WAY OF-
BOOKS
GO TO-
FRANK R PMSTERS
Notice this list Each volume 12 mo in size
Fine Gilt Cloth Covers and Gilt Edge price
100 each Chancer Shakespeare Milton
Byron Scott Moore Tennyson Wordsworth
Shelby Goethe Kirk White Browning Mere
dith Coleridge Cowper etc Sent by mail on
receipt of price and 10 cents for postage
WEBSTERSa
DICTIONARIES
and Dictionary Stands Family Bibles Large
Autograph Books and a very large line of
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and Stationery line always on hand A call so
licited Mail orders receive prompt attention
Store closes at 730 except on Saturday
Cotton Goods Tobacco Cotton Bcfrank r phistur
which will he sold at prices to meet the reouliements of the motdciltlcnl cash buyers Au
early call cannot fall to Interest Intcndlm puiclmerH nwrHd2in
C S YOUNG CO
Second Street Januarys Block
NEW GOODS and NEW STYLES
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MAYSVILLE KIT
ISTOTICE
Having pnichased tho AGIUCULTUKAL IMPLEMENT DEPAUTMENT of Myall A
Riley we piopose to keep a full Hue ot all kinds ol
WAGONS and FARMING IMPLEMENTS
at their old stand No 7 Second stieet where the following Specialties can be seen
Galvanized Barbed Wire
Wood Reapers Mowers and Binders
Oliver Chilled and South Bend Plows
Mitchell Milburn and Webster Wagons
IKS Repairs for ChamplouHcapeis nud Mowers also for the Osborne Binder
McXLVAIlT HI7MFBRK7S
C S MINER BRO
SSXAItTilSlirn lH32 ltEAlliRS ZY
BOOTS
SHOES
LBather ana Finamgs
wammmmmmmmmmmmmmitmammmmammamimmmBi
MAYSVILLE KY
HENRY 0RT Tiiiiii fnT n
scccas1K0vr X til 111 u 111 D
Parlor Bet room and Dining room
Easv Chairs a
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Specialty
BKD ROOM 8UITS from 820 to 8300 Lnrco lines of WILLOW GOODS LASY CHAIH8 etc
All Cincinnati bllla llberully discounted Cull nnd bo convinced niKMBmo

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