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CniOAao, July 19. An expressman with
a load of emigrant paupers drove to the
county agont's office, and wag in the net of
unloading them and their wordlr effects,
when ho was ordered to move on. He
rcry indignnt and thiealened to
have tho olficers exposed through the press.
The officem nro continually being pestered
with these for oi 511 paupers and hare hard
work to keep them away.
An idiot io boy, who has been at the
county agont's otlico for two or three days,
was sent to New York by the ollicers, who
say that ho belongs in Germany, nnd wns
sent from 1 hero to a point in Michigan
about three weeks ago, cither by his
parents or the authorities. They have
written a letter to the steamship company
that brought him to return him to his native
A Mormon Illon-N I'd IIIh Wives With
Salt Lakk, Utah, July 10. Bishop
Knudon, of Aploy, Uintah couuty, is under
arrest for blowing up his wives with
dynamite, with the intent of killing ono or
more of them, lie enme to this city somo
five or six iliiys ago and got some sticks of
giant powder, which ho placed under the
bed of his first wife, blowing her up, and
flooring tho third wife, who was just coming
into tho room. Ho is charged with attempted
murder. He chums that the ignition
cf tho dynamite wns accidental, and
that he wanted it for fishing purposes. But
as the mo of dynamite is expressly prohibited
by law, his excuse dot not help
MARKET3 BY TELEGRAPH.
Grain and (cuoriil .Miirkotq.
Chicago, July 18. Flour Htendy and unchanged,
llcgular wheat strong and
higher; SI 03J1 03J, July; $1 01J
I 05, August; $1 0GZ1 07, September;
51 081 OSJ, October; ?1 09J, November;
SI 03V1 03J, tho year. No. 2
Chicago Bpring, ?1 QZ(wl 08 J; No. 3 do.,
84c; Nc. 2 rod, Sf 071 07 J. Corn
generally unchanged; somo snlcs rather
higher; 62Jc, cash and July; C2J(rt,62Jc,
August; 6262o, Scptomher; 6l"c,
October; 4Gj(al7c, the year. Oats firmer;
33c, cash; 83gc, July; 28J(2'Jc. August;
27c, September; 28Jc, October; 278c,
the year, llyo firmer at CGc. Flaxseed
quiet at $1 40. Potk moderately activo
and higher; $11 6514 CO, cash and Julv;
S14 57J14 CO, August; 14 67Jftll 70
Soptomber; 11 77J14 80 October;
$13 3o13 40 tho year. Lard activo,
firm and higher; 8.00c, ensh and July;
8.908.92Jc, August; .071190c, September;
y.l21y.lfi., October; 8.82 Jf.i)
8.85c, tho year. Bulk moats in fair
demand and higher; shoulders, 6 Jc; shoit
rib, 7jc; short dear, 80. Butter quiet nnd
unchanged. Eggs quiet and unchanged.
Whisky steady at SI 10.
Cincinnati, July 18. Apples scarce;
ehoico to fanoy at S3 00(7T1 00 per brl;
fair to common at S2 6U8. Beans:
marrows sell at $2 00, common mixed at
52 503 00, good to choice medium at
S2 60. Butter dull; medium grades
quiet; creamery is quiet at 22(?ji,27q fair to
good 1822c; prime and choice dairy, 23c;
choice northwestern, 3o($38c; choice Western
Rose rvo, 10 12c; good to prime Central
Ohio, lie; common firm at 12c.
Cheeso firm: 8J0 for northwestern;
yjc for choice Ohio; Now York, 1 11 Ho.
CotTeo dull: inferior, 8c; common to fancy,
7Jc; Java, 20f 27c; Bio, good, 8c;
prime, ll(,12c. Dried fruits firm nt 7J((i
8c, for apples, new; and peaches, now, 7c.
Hay quiet and receipts small; choicu
No. 1 timothy, old in activo demand ou
arrivnl S12 0013 00; No. 2 at $10 001.,
II 00; prairie at S7 OOfoS 00; mixed,
S7 00; straw at SO 00(7 00 por ton.
Eggs firm at 13J(ii?14o. Oranges dull;
Jamaica, SO 00 per barrel;
in cases, $0 00a8 60. Onions
are dull at $2(n'2 60 per brl. Lemons nro
dull at S2 00(Ti3 00 n box. Molasses
firm; common to lair New
Orleans, 3538c; good to primo, 49Ci)
60c; choice, 62j55o. Sirups, b'lQt 66c;
inaplo sirup, 75fo78c per gallon.
Sorghum, prime To choice, 2of(!J5o
per gallon. Potatoes dull; early roso at
65c a bushel; russets, 60c a bushel; snow-flake,
60c a bushel; Bwect, $2 60,,3 00
per brlj Poultry quiet: chickens firm at
52 504 00; turkeys firm at Uo. (Jcece
quiet at S3 60. Ducks dull at S3 00f)
3 50. Sugar quiet: raw, 8c; cut-loaf,
lOJc; granulated 0c; powdered,
lljc; A sugars, 8( 9c; extra C,
(mac; yellow . rehnod, c. Mill-
fee supply lnrce, market quiet,
bran, S13 00; shipslutl's, SlCfmlG 00; mid-i
tilings nnn nt ijlij W(cia UU. Oils firm;
petroleum, 110 deg. test, 'J(iijl0c; 130 deg.
80, and 150 deg. headlight, 12Jc;
lard oil firm nt 92( 95c; turpentine, 60 n
62c for the best grade; linseed oil, OlfoOc.
Soeds: Gorman millet, 76(1 95c: clover, loo
per pound for old; new, lU(if,loo from store;
timothy, SI 761 90 from store; flax
47(.oc. Tallow: country, 7c; city
8Jc Coal: Pittsburg firm nt 10c. afloat;
delivored, llo per bush, or S3 00 per ton;
Kanawha, llo per bushel delivered.
Cast LinrnTY, July 18. Cattle: receipts,
842 head; market strong at ycstoi day's
closing prices. Hogs: recoipts, J45 lion 1;
nmrkot firm on Yorkers nnd slow on top;
Philndolphias S5 7(o 75; Yorkers, S') 70
5 75. Sheep: roceipts, 8,000 head;
market slow at about yesterday's pi ices.
Chicago, July 18. Hogj Market
stronger with fair to good light nt $5 U)(
0 16; mixod packing, $5 055 40, ehoico
heavy, &5 5 80.
tattle Market for ehoico strong; others'
dull. Expoits,S5 75Q0 25; cood to ohoico
shipping steers, S5 405 00; common to
meciium, c 1 ou(fijo iu.
Shoep Markot steady; inferior to fair,
S3 OOrJM 75; cood. S-l 25: choice. SI 30.
Cincinnati, July 18. Cattle: Common to
fair sMppors, S 605 25; good to choice
50 405 80; good to choice butohors,
51 60&5 25; fair to medium, S3 604 25,
common, ?2 253 25; good to ehoico cows,
54 604 85; good to ehoico hoifcrs, ?4 75
6 25; common to fair oxen, S2 253 60;
good to choioo Sl5; stockora and fo'odors,
S3 754 25, and some oKtrn, ?4 75, and
some light yoarlings at $2 503 60.
Hogs Solcct butohers' nnd heavy shippers,
?5 305 CO; fair to good paoking,
55 006 35; fair to good light, S5205 70;
common, 54 854 90; culls, S3 C04 60;
took hogs, $4 255 00.
Sheep Common to fair shoep at S2 75
' 3 60, and good to ehoico; $3 764 50,
and some extra iff 4 7& 1 "
F. R. PHISTER
:IIAS A FULL STOCK OF:
Faber's Rubber Bands,
FRAMED IN THC
In n Imnilsonie
Inches coid anil nil
Handsomely carved, In box.
KJTFenrt for pries nnd catnlneno of nnytliliiK needed In
tho Hook Hue. All communications cheerluJly nuswered.
tjik aivr ciikap
mchSldly SU1TON BTJIKET.
:i, A, GLASCOCK k CO.,
Is the beht plnce to net bnignlns In
If UrugKist haaa't
m'fr, 1M 8tv Cin, llo.
1 bottlo; , cxprcn 1'alJ, !.
STUA R,T ' S
opens Its nnuunl Hesslon Sopt, :i,
1883. PetsouH IiuvIiik to educate
will do well to examine Its catalogue beloio
TION IIEALTI1KUL; ThRMS MODEKATE.
For cntulouues nddiess
W. 11. STUART, Principal,
Jy0dAw2m Bliulbyvllle, Ky.
"DPn"DriQ AT Q will bo received
rjXJJTJ&.ljQ m,tii Naturilny.
.Inly SNlli, 188JI, for building n wooden or
Iron bildgo ucioss Pummel .Uieek, nenr Lowell,
in Mason county. Tho spnn of the bridge
will bo forty llvo feet. Alho at tho snmo time
pioposnls tor rulhlng tho nbutments six leut
higher. Tho committee- reserve tho right to
accept or loject all bids. Apply nt Uermnn
town to LEWIH JEFFERSON, ")
A.A.PA.MPELLY, J- Com.
H. 13. MASTIN, )
Number 43, Second Ftreot. three doois below
Market street, Mnysvlllo, Ky. uplllidly
$20 000 Wortli of MasorConuty Bonfls.
SEALED bids will bo recolvedfnt thoofllco
.. of Judge G 8. "Wall unlll 10 o'clock a.m.,
August 4th, lb83, for nil, or any pnrt of forty
bonds, each for $600, bearing dnto July 1st, 1882
with 0 per cent. semlnnnunllntei est, nndduo
ten yenis nftor dnto, with prlvllego of redemption
nt nny tlmo nftor llvo years. Bidders
will only Include In their bids, tho Interest
that hns accrued since July 1st, 1&83. Bald
bonds woro issued to nny for tho Jail building
now being erected. Should a local bank bo
tho successful blddor, tho funds will bo loft
with snld bank until used. Tho Commlttco
reserve tho right to reject nny or nil bids.
GARRETT B. WALL.,
Jyldlw2tw Chairman Jail Commlttco.
frnino twenty-four by tlilrtv
Elcgnnt goods Si 00
10 nnd 20c
F. L. TRAYSER,
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED !
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED!
Front Street, Maysville.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of tho Kidneys.
HAS been used with most gratifying
in many obstlnnte cases. Prof, F.
V. Clark, professor of Chemistry at tho
ol Cincinnati snj s this water 'belongs
to tho same class with that of tho Alleghany
Springs, of Vlrglnin," tho medicinal vhtuea
of which nrotoo well lenown 10 bo stated heio.
Those who deslio to try this famous water
are roferied to Captain C. W. Boyd, Lovnnnn
Ohio; Captain C. M. Ilolloway. Cincinnati,
Ohio; .1. J. Ralpo, Cincinnati, Ohio. For salo
In half bariolsnnd jugs by
GUS. SlilJMONH, Proprietor,
m23(Ktwtf Aberdeen. Ohio.
iiwniwiwiiiwii mm i iiiiiiii
14,508 .Boxes sold in a year by OJN E
Act Directly 011 the Liver.
ClJKKH ClIILM AND FEVKR, DVSI'Fl'HI,
MICK HEADACHE, JHL.ICHIS UOLIC,
HlIKUMATIHIt, PILES, I'ALI'lTATION
OP TIIK llKAItT. DlZZINKSS. TOItl'lD LlVKII.
Coated Tonouic, Slkki'lkhsnkss, and ai.i.
Diseases ok tub Livhii and Stomach. If
you do not" feel very well," 11 sluglo pill nt
bccHlmn stimulates llio stomucb, rustoros
the appetito, imparts vigor to the system.
R,E. SELLERS & CO,, Pittsburgh, Pa,
State & Monroo Sis., Chicago.
Wlllitnil prepil 1 to nny Jdrm llirir 7 vUv
. . HANrt CATALOGUE. .
",77. L. I
I "0iMI. - HHHK
of ImtruratnU, SulU, Cp., IklU, "' ""rA
Stan.lt. Drum Mftlor'i FUfTk ftail
flltu, pitrMI,iiuoiDCiurieiiuiiruciionnii Sundry Itanil OuttiU, ivep.lrinu i-.i- 1 lit
Jwcuoi I or Amsuur lunat. aa it laiurcur
of ChciL Dauil Muilc
No. 0,W. Soconil St., Opp. Opera Uonso,
Frnltsnnd Vegotnblesln season, Your pntron
ose respectfully solicited. fHdly
. v . i , , .
TO AGIUCULTVRISTS AIM OTHERS.
M-v i ' w
REAPER nnd MOWER sensou having passed, and to ninko room for n lnige number of
WHEAT' DRILLS, BUGGIES, &c,
wo linve determined to ofler FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY, commencing July 21st,
Queen of the Harvest FAN MILLS,
Corn Sliellers and Straw Cutters,
AT UNPRECEDENTED LOW PRICES. ALL ARE INVITED TO CALL.
MYALL, RILEY & PORTER,
EGMEW & AL1LEH,
nnd Donlers in
STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, COPPER,
TINWARE, HOLLOW, WOOD and STONEWARE.
West Corner of Market and Third Streets, Maysville, Ky,
OMAHA, ,S3b Bird Canas.
SLATE nnd IRON
1 GRATES and MAN
TELS of all Kinds.
1 1 11 1 ini if Hm 1 I'll iT ''Pr fn teJWiP't'lil'h F BT'Pi
THE BEST FL.ACI3
I I.nlest nnd mot Impioved styles ol Cnolslnpr rnd I'entlnc Stoves, mntle nt Wheellnc "W
Vn of hot blast charcoal Iron, wananted not to liuvun Mnglooituceol fccrnplu them. Theo
btoves. of course, v enr tho longest.
HOlISi; llIIIMNIi I' (idOHN of all kinds and the Best quality.
1i:kic1iIS VK 'UKA.ii ntKr.KUK It has no complications beyond tho capacity of
n child. Tho can sets squarely anywliiue. Tlie dasher Is
. J.lTTl.K JOKDK UASJIN1 ItlA lll Chtnp and EfTective. Best made.
1 UBKKN r TIIK "W KST M'ATi:it IHtAW I.ll, which saves half ol the labor
lng water from n well or cistern.
1 NTOVi:, which Isndmlttedbynllwhohnveusedlt
I to have no superior. Call nnd fcco It. Call and seo us t hether you wish to buy or not.
BIEBBOlfirER & CO.,
(Successors to A.' J. EGNEW & CO.,) G. V. Tudor's old stand, No. SD Mmlcct street. Mnysvlllo,
Kentucky, announce to the public that having puiclnued tho interest ol A. J.Egnew t Co.,
will conduct the Stove nnd Tin business nt the old STAM)of G. W.'Judoi on Maiketbtieet,
Mnysvllle. Ky. The new llrm Is composed of practical men of lone ezneilencenml first.
clubs Avorkmen. The.best biands of
STOVES and TINWARE
will be constantly kept on hnnd nt tho LO"VEST PRICES. Roofing nnd other like work
done In tho best manner and guaranteed to give satisfaction. Attentive and polite snle&iuen
nt our stoie will give closest attention to the wants of our customers.
BA11 debts owing by the late Hiiu ot A. J. Egnew & Co., will be paid by us nnd nil clninis
duo snld 111 in aie payr.blo to us by the terms of tho pnrehnse. Youis Respectfully,'
EIEREJOWER 3c CO.
Trf T IJ1 ET E2 1 E C2 B R " 1
I 9 LP I nCi UCS5UB
frlemlH favor thtm villi their patiotiawe.
ML n ES,
Highest ensh prlco pnld for country pioduce.
Jyl<f Corner Fouitli nnd Plum stieets.
NOTICE 10 BUILDERS!
PERSONS In wnnt of building lumber,
fencing or shingles, will 11 nil It to tho Interest
to address us nt Vanceburg. Ky., or II.
G. Uarkloy, Mnysvlllc, Ky. Wo nuvo
mndo from yollow ponlnr with; squnro butts,
cqunl to Michigan pfiio nt much less prlco.
Bhlngleskopton hnndnnd forsnlo by Collins,
Rudy & Co., nnd II. C. Uarkloy, Maysvllle,
Ky., nt mill prices.
J2Udlm LT2YIS COUNTY LUMBER CO.
Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts.
Lewis Vandkn, Proprietor.
Nos. 7,Second,nnd 18, Sutton Streets, MAYSVILLE, KY.
Wnr of nil Varieties,
IXU of nil klmR
THWAR E ETC.
i luuj inuuniiLi liuii
BliATTERMAXf te POWER.
NEW GOODS. 1
cmdlnlly recommend thenbovonnmed Arm, nnd
would be pleased to havo my old customeisnnd
Respectfully, (mcliSOd&wdni) G. "V. TULOR.
Piles! Piles!! Ml
OldIURO'WN'S PILE OL RE will cuienny
cnbo of protruding or ulcerated bleeding Piles
byn fow;nppllcntlons. A'tilnl wlllconvlnco
any ono.who Is sullerlng with this loathsome
dlsenso Hint what wo say Is true. For salo by
GEORGE T. WOOD,
Je30d&wlm Mnysvlllc, Ky.
J. C. Fecor & Co.
PAINTS.OlLS, VARNISH, nnd READY
JIcCARTIIKY, Liconsed Auctioneer
JJ. Mason and adjoining counties. Orders
loft nt tho Bulletin olllco will recolvo
prompt nttentlon, P. O. address Mt. Cnrmol,