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EFFECTS OF THE JUBILEE.
ENGLAND STRENGTHENED IN THE
EYE8 OF ALU EUROPE.
The Quean's Safety and Seoarity ICavled
y the C ef Kassla Hoir Looked
Upon By tha Bcdtaa Mid tbe Kataar.
Ladoa Press Oplnloa-roralgo News.
London, June 38. Now that the principal
eeremonloe attending tha oelobratloa of the
qaeea's Jubilee are over carious persons art
ondtavorlng to estimate the effect of yester
day'" unparalleled demonstration upon tba
warrant political questions of Europe as wed
u its influonos la shaping tee future polloy
of many of the power. Although Queen
Victoria's womanly pride and vanity were
strongly appealed to In yesterday's events,
H cannot be denied that she la too astute not
to hare coon In the great and really spon
taneous outbunt of patriotism and loyalty
and rererence for herself displayed by the
people the great advantage the exhibition
must socuro to England.
Such popular demonstrations of affection
for a sovereign ore not of overy day occur
rence, and the monarch to whom such token
is addressed, ia entirely safo in assuming
that its object is greatly raised on the osteom
and consideration of other potentates, bo
thoy hostile or not Tbo speotaclo prosontod
will have its efTocts upon the czar of Russia,
the sultan of Turkey, the omperor of Ger
many and tho president, of tho Fronch, in
proportion as their respecttvo interests are
affected by the moral strongth of England.
Tho czar, who is in danger of losing the tip
of his noso if ho pokes it out of his palace
window, cannot but view with dismay the
spoctaclo of a sovereign prooooding in stato
through tho streets of her capital in perfect
security, whilo tho voices of millions of her
ubjocta are rata od to do her honor; the
sultan, who alternately wavers between a
lukewarm friend for England and a discreet
policy of conciliation toward Bussii, must
boo tho advantage in cultivating closor rela
tions with England; the kaiser, who soos his
eldest son and the heir to the throne next to
Quoen Victoria, tho most conspicuous llguro
In the pageant, and observes that tho queen
treated him before the world with almost
mothorly tenderness, must feel a throb of
affection in his withered heart for the nation
whose sovereign has thus publicly attested
her regard, and the president of the French
republic cannot but feel a chill of apprehen
olon as he contemplates tho possibility of an
Anglo-Gorman allianco growing out of the
affectionate reception and prominonco given
to tho crown princo by England's ruler.
Many of tho happenings in and out of
Westminister abbey wore highly suggostivo
ox great political possibilities and ono may
be excused for thinking that perhaps they
wero premeditated. Certainly thoy wore
not lost upon many thoughtful minds and it
is reasonably safe to predict that thoy will
bear fruit which England will gather as the
Nobody breathed ooslly until they got
news that tho abbey ceremony was over, and
that there had been no casualty, for there
has been widespread fear that some accident
or panic would occur there, owing to the
masses of now scaffolding and the dense
throng. Thero still remained some nervous
of a less excusable sort about a possible dy
namite outrage: Probably the crowd which
waited for her roturn on Constitution Hill
bad tills most in mind, for Queen Victoria's
life has been attempted four times at this
very favorable spot. So firmly fixed has been
this expectation of dynamite outrages that a
wealthy Tennessee lady, who has not a drop
of Irish blood in ber veins, has been shad
owed for seven weeks on suspicion that sht
was a dynamiter.
The Dally Telegraph commenting on tho
jubilee celebration says: "The jubilee has
come and gone in a blaze of pleasure. Queen
Viotoria has been greeted with such choers,
love, reverence and benediction that no
crowned head ever beforo received."
The Standard say : "That tho ceremony
was a splendid success none will deny.
Never within the memory of tho present
generation has England witnessed anything
to compare with it."
The Times says that only those who lived
through it can realize the wondrous thrill ol
this passion of festivity.
Tho Morning Post declares that no sov
ereign ever received such a sincere testimo
nial of respect, affoction and loyalty.
The Daily News says the pageant was
worthy of tho country and occasion, and th
truth will not allow the soberest chronicler
to say less. The queen's wolcome was the
most ma gniftccnt ever had.
Illness of Mrs. Blaine.
London, June 28. The illness of Mrs.
BUUnomay alter thojunkoting plans of the
ax'senator. Sao sufforod her first prostra
tion Sunday. Mrs. Blaine took to bed and
being considerably worse Monday, Dr.
Verndon was summoned. She aroio for a
few moments yesterday to view the pageant
as it passed tho hotel ' Unable to endure ths
tedious wait for the queen's cortege, how
ever, she was led baok to hor'couch. None
but the moet intimate friends have secured
an, audience, wjth her and all social Invoca
tions baye been dUrogardod. Tha nature of
her malady is not stated. ' ' ' '
Opinion or the Crown Prince.
Berlin, June 23. Tho crown prince tele
graphed to the emperor from London last
night announcing the grand success of, the
jubilee, and assuring tho emperor of the im
proved condition of his, health. The em
peror was hlghlygratifled. He was' warmly
cheered bv the Doonlo whenever h univn'rivl
at his window. His health is normal andVhii
appetite good. He sleeps well, without tKf
aid of potions, and is ablo to attend to hit
routine duties. '
Children at stPienlo.
London, June 23. Thousands of children
aro marching from all points toward Hyde
Park, whero the children's picnlo is being
held to-day as a continuance of the jubilM
festivities. The little ones are bedocked'U
their holiday attiro, and in their whin
dresses, adorned with variegated colored
ribbons, present a charming picture. Ths
weather is fine, with" a bright sunshine and
'cooling broezo. '
Bridge Jumper Xlsoharg-ed.
London, June 28. Larry Donovan, ths
bridgo jumper, who was yesterday pre
vented from jumping from the Clifton sus
pension bridge, and taken Into custody on a
charge of attempting suicide, was to-day
discharged, having proourod sureties for hil
t X,OTu-nud Replevin Salt bottled.
t Chicago, Juno 23. Justice La Buy yes
terday disponed of a lovo and replevin case.
Mary Kolwa sued Constatino.Jnnick to r
cover her wardrobe. SI claims lhat soma
time ago she met Janick, who proposed, mar
riage. She accepted him and ho. went on
and hod himself measured for a wedding
outfit, buying a wedding ring for her. She
in turn sent her clothing to his house. Thoy
were to have been married .noxt Tuesday.
She. however, changed her mind and con
cluded to remain single. She demanded her
effects, and he refused to surrendor thorn.
Hence the sulk She was awarded judg
ment. POINTED PARAtt'WAPHS.
Topics of the Times Qtvea ta a Tersa aad
Drouth is knocking tha berry crop as
John Calendine fell in a well at Wheeling
in a Us and was drowned.
Bxploding Are damp ia a tunnel near
Paris killed twolve Italians. -
BaudfJ, Cblmto & Co., hardware, Queaeo,
failed. Liabilities $400,000.
July 14 the noxt Democratic barbecue will
bo held near Lancaster, Ky.
Jonathan Newman, pioneer of Evansvilla,
Ind., died Tuwday, aged seventy-throe.
July wheat at Chicago vesterday took ita
lowest tumblo for twenty-five years 65 8-4
Andrew J. Keysor, an old. resident of Ply
mouth, Ind., fatally injured by his runaway
Over a million bushols of wheat will
leave Chicago fir export before tho week ia
After a spirited discussion it was de
cided to admit ladies to Miami college, Ox
Mrs. Mary Schuster, Springfield, O., burst
a blood vessel whilo laughing, and died from
The suspended brokers' firms in Chicago
will pay creditors from forty to seventy-five
conts on tho dollar.
Indianapolis election conspirators aro
called to plead noxt Tuesday to tho indict
ments found against them.
Frlbley & Kummer's goneral store at
TJbrichsville, O., burned last night. Low
120,000. Cause unknown.
Lightning not only shattered Col. Fred.
Wilson's pet oak treo, at Newark, O., but
also killed his prize Jersey cow.
Fulton Bradford shot and killed Lee Frost
In Terrell county, Georgia, Tuesday. The
lattor's mtlmaoy with the former's wife was
Charlie Worthington, of tha Evanuvillo
Daily Journal, and Miss Fannio Wolf, a
protty school mistress of that place, wero
Lightning played havoc near Lima. In
addition to striking two oil tanks it hit sev
eral housos, and in Monroe township killed
five fine horses.
The rofusal of tho manufacturers to ratify
tho new 10 per cent, advance scale of tho
of the Amalgamated association threatens a
vast strike in tho iron and steel industries.
Capt Jack Hussey, shot June 2 in a row
with Policeman Hahn, is dead. Hussey was
'one of tho greatest characters in New York.
In tho last ten years he saved thirty -five per
sons from drowning.
Base Ball. Cincinnati 3, St. Louis 2;
Baltimore 7, Brooklyn 4; Athetic b, Mots 4
Louisville 21, Cleveland 1 ; Indianapolis 4,
Boston 3; Chicago 9, Philadelphia 4; Detroit
16, Washington 4; Columbus 8, Mansfield 7.
Boston's mayor permitted Britishers to
celebrate the jubileo in Faneuil hall, the
"Cradle of Liberty," and thereby almost
precipitated a roit among the Yankees born
in the shade of Bunker hill. As it was, ths
presence of 400 police was required to
prevent violence to the celebrating English
men. Dr. Aiken C Miller Drops Dead.
Cleveland, O., June 83. Dr. Aiken O.
Miller, vice doan of medical department oi
Wooster University, and one of tho mo 4
prominont surgeons in Northern Ohio,
dropped dead last night of heart disease.
Washington, Juno 23. Indications
Generally fair weather, westerly winds,
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Quotations of the Money, Stock, Produce,
and Cattle Market for June 23.
Haw Yoiuc Money BJifflS per csnt. Exchange
steady. Government steady.
Ci rrency sizes, 13J)i bid; four coupons 1294"
fours and-halfs, VWi bid.
Thes.oOtraa-ket oepned strong with Head
ing and Northern Paefflo the feature a Both
stocks wens quite actively bought and undtf
their leadarbhip prices adva iced H H P
cent, durltu theilrst hoiir to 11 o'clock. The
advance had hardly been established, however,
who i a ge te.-al selling to realise Lamed values
to decline saurply. At midday tho early ad
vance was wnoliy lose. In so.ae cases prices
wero i to 1 per cent, below the opening figures.
The inorktt at tha present writing Is dull.
Bur. &Q line ...143 Moh. Control 03
Oiiuutiaa Poeillo.. W4 Missouri P-o.ao...!
tuu&uiau Bjuwera ouu
.N. Y. Cdutral lm
Northoru Poclflo.. tl
do pteferrsd 81
IX-1. Lac. A W. ..13H
on os Hiss z.
Va-'iflo Mail. ; M
Erie seconds &H
linnoa Central .,.125" .
Jersey Central.... 7U
Kansas & Tex .... S9&
Louisville & Nash. 08(2
itMO isiana. ia -
b- raui.. i c
Western Union.... 77
FLOUR-Fancy, ti00115; famuj, H.SOO'
WHEAT-No. 8 red, 76Q78o; No. Weie.
CO.tN No. 8 mlxou, lo.: No. v mixed, . j
OATS-Nj.8mixed. K930c.: If o. 8 -mixed,
8Hv4WUc.; N.i 8 white, 8S aaa
POrtK-ramll, $l0Ul4.ifi; regular, 1B.18
BAiiON-8hort, cleur sides, 8Wc
CllEKSK-Pritnj toeliolce Oulo, "MS&;. New
Tow, i&tfllu: "
.POuLTitY Common chlokens. i2.MaTB dm
fine memo, itH&'Mi.; co nuion, 17lBo. j ueeoe
washed me Hum clothing, SaaSio.; combing,
SlttiJo.: una .uo.-ino X and XX, its!9a; burr
andcotts, lfiltfc.; tub-washed, NWo.; pulled
'AY No, -l'Umotnr, JllU W; No. 3,09,
O1U.00; mixed, 89.00; prairie, TAi&7.
wneat, oa's aim rye siraw, S3.uuiata,jv.
CAfTLS-Uood to oholoa butchers, ISJWa
4.25; ran. .'.fi0&3.!5; common, $l.50A'i.sJj
stoclcers ami leeaers, fJ.0OA8.7a: yearlings aad
nOJS-beicct butchers, $I.OOa5.03; fair to
good packing, S(.004.0&: fair to good light,
f LbOtftltto; com uon, $i.U0at43; ouils, ,i6A
BHEEP Common to fair, $2.MX28; good to
oho.Le, t M0&4 00; common to fair lambs, 8100
176; i,ood io choice, I5.0035.&0.
TVHEAf-No. 1 state red,03c.; No. 8 red win
ter, uzcj July, wvic
COBN-Mixed, 47He; July, Wa
OATriJ-No. 1 while utatesita.; No. ?, 87Mo.
CAlTLB-t 233.18 per 100 lbs. liye weight.
U G8 -o.ajo.ii0 pjr 100 lbs
bIIEKi,-$i.wai.7S per 100 lbs, live weight.
. tOTiON Quiot; midland nplands, lla.L 4a
Hew Orieoas. 11 J-lScj Juaa. 111.750; "
,"S !, t s . . 'n f lOtAtlf &&,
CAPITA L PRIZE, $150,000.
" Wt do Jiertty certify that u4 tuptrtiui ih
arrtmgtmenU (or aU the Monthly mUt BemU
Annual Drawingt of the Louisiana State Lot
Ury Company, and in ptrton manageand eon'
trol the praurtno themtelvet, and that the tamt
art oondu&cd with honetty, fatrneu.'and in
good faith toward all parttes, and we authoriu
the Company to Use thU certificate, with (ae-tim-tie
of our Honature attached, (n tt adverlia
We the underrtpned Hank and JJemkeri wtil
pay all Prttt drawn inlheLoutHanaStaleLot'
terUe which may be presented at our counter,
J. ST. OGIiBNBT, Prea. JL. Natloanl Bk
P. IiAHABX, President State Kat'l BU.
A. BAIDWIM, Proa. W. O. Katleaal Bk.
OARIi KOHN, Prea. I'bIoi NatI Bank.
UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION I Ovei
Ball a Million distributed 1
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY
Incorporated in 1868 lor twenty-five years
by the Legislature for Educational and Char
itable purposes with a capital of 81.000,000
to which a reserve fund ol ovor 8&50,000 has
since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote ita fran
cVlso was mnde n part or the present Btate
Constitution adopted December 2, A.D., 1879.
Z7ie only Lottery ever voted on and endorsed
by the people of any State,
tarJt never scales or postpones.
Its Grand Blnglo Number Urawlntra tnko
filaco monthly, and the 8eml-Annnal Draw
nes every six months (Jnno and December).
nor A Nplcndld opiiortnulty to win n
Fortnno. 7tlf Grand Drawing, class G, In
the Academy of Muslo. New Orleans, TUES
DAY, July 12, 1887-206th Monthly Drawing.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
NOTICE. Tickets are 810 only ; Halves, 85,
Filths, 82: Tenths, 81.
1.1st of Prlaea.
1 CAPITAL PKIZE Of..J160,000. $160,000
1 OKAND PRIZE of. 60.000...... 60,000
1 GRAND PRIZE of....... 20,000 20,000
2 LARGE PRIZES of. 10,000 20,000
4 IxARGE PRIZES of. 6,000 20,000
20 PRIZES of.. 1,000 20,000
60 " 600...... 25,000
KjO " 800 80,000
200 200 40.0CO
600 " 100...... 60,000
1.0C0 " 60 60,000
100 Approximate Prises of 8300 830,000
100 " " 200 20,000
iuo iw 10,000
2,170 Prizes, amounting to........... 8535,000
Appuenuon ror rates to ciuoa snouiu do
mado only to the office of ttt company in
For further Information write clearly, glv
Ing full address. POSTAii NOTES, Express
Money Orders, or New York Exchange In or
dinary letter. Currency by express (at our
M. A. DAUPHIN, New Orleans. La.,
Or M. A. DAUPHIN, Washington, D. O.
Address Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
New Orleans, La,
ClAMAntMUtHat tho presence ol
KG ITS 111 KJ6i Generals Beauregard
and Early, who are In charge of the drawings,
Is a guarantee of absolute falrneRS and integ
rity, that the chances are all equal, and that
n o ono ca n possibly divine what numbers will
draw a Prlao.1 ,
KEHGHBER that Four National Banks
guarantee the payment of Prizes, and that all
tickets bear the signature ot the President
of an Institution, whose franchise is recog
nized in the highest Courts; therefore, beware
ol any Imitations or anonymous schemes.
U.OEWITT C. FKASKWN,
Office: Button 'Btreet, next
"oot to PostofOoe.
,U. W. M, MOORES,
Jflloe Second Btreet. over Run-1
von & Hocker's dry goods store.
Nitrous-oxide Gaa administered in, all cases
-Gfr 0 "3? O-
G. S. HANCOCK,
No. 49 Market street, Maysvllle, Ky., for good
Groceries and Produce,
and everything usually kept In a first-class
retail grocery- Cash or trade for produce,
sw-fioneat weight and square dealing.
JL-TIS8 ANSA FRASSAR,
NO VEJDTT STORE.
DRV 000BS and NOTIONS.
1 have always on hand a full supply ol
lohool Books, and have Just received a largs
lasortment of new m'lllnery goods.
Gas and Steam Fitter.
Mr Orders promptly attended to. No. 38
Second street. ' marlO
3AS STEAM FITTER,
Ourloy'a new system of House Drainage and
Ventilation. Bath rooms fitted np with hot
and cold water a specialty. Also a largt
supply of '
Iron, Lead and Stone Pipe,
Globe, Angle and Check Valves, water and
fteam Gauges, Force and Lift Pumps, Rob
ber Hose, Chandeliers, Brackets and Globes,
Personal attention given to all work and sat
isfaction guaranteed. T.J.OURLSY,
second street, above Market, opposite Omar
Dodaon's, Maysvllle, Ky.; fWdly
- ,liiifi,iC'iliittT,'ii. n - Jjt ,.,'- y t JSt n r
The : Bee : Hive
AN ASSURED SUCCESS!
Very Low Prices, Grand Assortment
and polite attention to our patronB havo found appreciation with the people, and wo moan
to keep it np.
BSREAB THESE PRICES :-
Mosquito Bar. all colors, 8c. a yard, two yards wldo ; beautiful, now Fans, S.j 5 and 10 cts.;
Palm Leaf Fans, 1c. each, 10c. per dozen; new Lawns, grand assortment, 84, sU and k). per
yard; Argandy Lawns, lattice paiterns, lOBnd 12Wo., in Mac and new-oolors; splendid Bat
fates at.lOc. a yard, worth 16c; Plaid Nainsook. 7C. a yard and up; biggest and grandest as-
anrtmnnt nt If nmhni-i? nnd An? I an Kmfarmderiea In Mnvsvlllo ! 160 pieces extra Wide and
2o. And B(; nrinntni ijinp. nix innhe wide,
edge, Lace Pillow Shams at 20c., would be cheap at 4Cc.; Linen Laces, 12, 15. 20, 25 and 85o. per
dozen yards; Laco Curtains, threo yards long, 00c. per pHir; better ones at 81.25, 81.75, 82.60 and
np; Ail-Wool Tallor-Mado. Plalted-Baok Jerseys, porfeot fitting, only 85c, actually worth
81.76; Red Table Unen, fast color, 25c. a yard: White Table Linen, 10c. and up; bargains In
Gloves and Mitts; all thonow shadesln Nun's Volllngand Albatross Clolli; yard-wide, hoavy
Muslin, 6c.; good Gingham, 6c; good Caloco, Sc; big reduction In prices ol all Parasols and
WTOuo price, and all goods marked In plain numbers.
I have just received an elegant line of All-Wool and Wool
I Filling Carpets. This is my
1 my siock is new ana complete.
son, and at greatly reduced prices, which enables me to offer rare
bargains in Carpets. Everybody is invited to call and examine
my stock and get my prices.
M. B. McKRELL,
Sutton Street, One Door Below Postoflfice, Maysville, Ky.
WATCHES, and JEWELRY,
Joyftil tidincs to tho thousands:
tho mammoth Furniture Store of
HENBY OUT offers a largo stook of
Bran Now Styles, at prices on i
Latest Stylos of Parlor Work, Fold
injr Bed Lounges and Bods, Side
boards, Bookcases, Wardrobes and
an other arnoieain tne lino or
that will make it interesting to buy
ers. Our trade is inoreasfnsr, and
to make it boom, wo have made pri
oes to suit tho times. Wo carry a
large stook, and aro tho drivers of
low oasn prioos uomo ana see: wo
will treat you right. Bemombor,
square doaling at
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