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Tho Ontbroak of Ornngeism and
The nvivnlof Or
fiBBplsni PHcrlnrt to tl Pope-fit,
potcraburg Strewn with Nihilist
Clrculnrn -- The Successor to
Pxms, Oct 8. The annual dinner of
the Societe Je Ahtico do Lorraine was
very largely attended. Various speeches
were made condemning the insults oilered
to King Alfonso on the occasion of his recent
visit to Paris, and any demonstration
designated to create. hostile feel hi? toward
Spain or Germany was strongly deprecated.
Paiih, Oct. 8. Admiral Feyron has
been appointed Provisional Minister of
War, tobiiccced General Thibaudin. The
latter, in an interview, declared that lu
hud been sacrificed to propitiate Get
London, Oct. 8. The general opinion
of the press is that the revival of tho
Orange movement is as great a curs to
Ireland as Parnellism, which lias already
done incalculable harm.
Rome, Oct. 8. Tho Pope received n
large number of Italian pilgrims. In addressing
them he said that the temporal
power of the Vatican was absolutely
to the stability of tho Catholic religion.
The remarks of the holy father
created such enthusiasm among his hearers
as to causo bome of them shout, "Long
live the Pope, the Kinul" while others
cried, "Down with King Humbert."
These latter cries were, however, quickly
suppressed by the papal gendarmes in attendance.
Tho Pope has 'scarcely recovered
from his recent illness,and looks haggard
St. Petersburg, Oct. 8. Daylight this
morning revealed a large number of placards
which had been placed upon walla
and such places as would escape the observations
of the police during the night,
pronouncing tho death sentence of the
Czar. This revival of activity among tho
Nihilists has created considerable excitement.
A Iilttlo Save a 3IunW
ViCKsnuno, Miss., Oct. 8. About 7
o'clock in the eveniug as Mr. George M.
Klein was on his way home a shot was
fired. Tho ball, a thirty-two caliber,
passed through his coat, a linen handkerchief,
and imbedded itself in a small
check-book iu his pocket. The point of
the ball, which is conical in shape, protruded
through the book to the bide nearest
his body. The" book is letter paper,
with pastboard back, and contains about
sixty leaves. The young gentleman states
that n moment before the hot was fired he
changed the book from the bide pocket in
his coat to tho pocket in which it stopped
the force of tho ball. If the book had
not been changed the result would have
been fatal. No cause is assigned for ihe
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Cincinnati, Oct. 8. Cabbage Tho
market was dull an 1 easy. Prime to
choice home grown quotable at fcl 7o'J
per brl in shipping order. Shipped stock
sold at SI oO per brl. Onions tjuiet and
steady. Prime to choice in shipping order
sold at $1 75U per brl. Sweet Potatoes
Are quiet and steady. Prime
to choice Eastern yellow soiling at $2 00
2 50 per brl, and Southern do at 41 75
0J2 00; genuine J er&eys scarce and selling
at$350'J 75 per brl. Potatoes Market
firm. Early Rose sell on track nt 3ofTi 10c
per bu, and Rurbanks at 4550. Prom
btore610c additional is charged. Beana
Market firm, with a fair demaud.
Choice marrows sell at $3 103 15 per bu;
choice hand picked mediums, $2 752 SO
per bu; hand picked navies, $2 802 85;
common, $22 50. strong
and in good demand. No. 1 Timothy is
quoted at $11 5012 50; No. 2, $10 00
11; mixed, $8 509 50; No. 1 prairie at
?7 008 per ton, in bales on arrival.
Wheat ami rye straw sell at $50 per ton,
and oats straw at $G(g)7.
New Yonic, Oct. 8. Flour dull; slato
No. 2 $2 403 60; Western extra, $3 75
dM 50; Minnesota, $4(i 80. Wheat-No.
2 red whiter, $1 01)01 00?, September:
do November, Si 11. Corn No. 2.
59c, October; 6SJ59c November. Oits
No. 2, H4jc, October; 34J31Jcl November.
Kvc Fairly active and steady.
Western, 67c delivered. Hurley nominal.
Cincinnati. Oct. 8. Wheat Some soft
Illinois red which graded No. 2 hut lacked
tho requirement of millers', sold at rates
under quotations, but regular sold at f 1 05
)1 05 J on track; elevator stock sold at
lower rates, being oilered at 41 03 j; long-berry
waa scarce and in good demand,
belling at $1 081 10 for prime to choice.
Oats The market was unchanged and
steady, No. 2 mixed selling at 29J30c
and No. 2 white 31$32c. Corn-Was
dull and easy, distillers buying at concessions;
No. 2 white closed at 52'7j52Jo;
No. 2 mixed at 51(W)51c, and No. 3 mixed
at 5050Jc, the outside rates being asked;
ear coin scarce and nominal at 4952c tin
1.1 vo fttock Market.
Buffalo, Oct. 8. Cattle Good shippers,
$5 405 75; fair to medium, Si 00 j
5 35; fat heifers, $3 65(5)4 40. Sheep-Market
dull and drooping; fair to good
Western, $3 754 40; choice to fancy,
$4 604 90; no lambs here. Hogs Market
steady and unchanged.
CmcAao, Oct. 8. Hogs Market opened
steady and closed 510c lower; packing
$4 404 80; packing and shipping, $4 90
5 15; light, $4 855 35; skips, $3 25
4 25. Cattle Market slow and weak, except
on choice; shipping, $5 30(a)5 90,
830,000 FOR 82.
Kctnilnr Monthly Drawing- will
2 UQtnUe pin co in the Masonic Hall, Ma
"KoiilcTompln Building, Louisville, Ky.
THURSDAY, Oct, 2X, 1S83.
ALnufnl Lottery una Fair Drnwltiffft
chartered by the Legislature or Ky. and twice
declared by the highest court iu the
State. Bond to Henry county In tho
sum of $100,000 for the piompt payment of all
A Revolution tit Single Number
ttEvery ticket holder his own supervisor,
cau cull out tho number on his ticket and see
the number on the tn placed
In the wheel In hspieence. These diawlngs
will occur on tho lust i'hmdiiy of every
mouth. Head the magnificent
x i rizo. .. '" wni
1 X 11 ZC .. . . L''t'"nJ
1 I i lZUt ....(. OfU'
2 Vilzes, $'J,500 Oich fi,WH)
5 Prizes, 1,Mj0 each 6,iKK)
3 Jrl7.es,3Wench, Apnrnx'u Prizes.... 2,700
0 1'ilzeVJOOe.ich, " " l,soo
0 Prizes, loo emeu, " W0
2j Prizes, 500 each 10,Wi
100 Pilz", 100 each 10,00
LW Prizes, GO each H',000
5'Ki Prizes, 20 each 10,100
1000 Prizes, 10 each 10,000
Whole TlokctM, 82. llitir Tickets, $1.
27 Tickets, 850. 55 '1 IHut $100.
Remit money or bank draft In letter, or
send hv express. DON'T SEND KY
LETTEIl OR P03TOFKICK ORDER,
until lurther notice. Orders of S3 and upward
bvexpiess, can bo sent at our own expenso
Address nil outers to J. J. DOUOLAS,
beplTdi&wly Louisville, Ky.
A General Request,
response to a very general request we
have been Induced to mil upon the market
a full line of the best makes of
c5 tit r, vnrAn td
which we oiTer nt reduced rates. Needles, oils,
'and Attachment for all kinds of Machines
constantly on hand.
I ttOTSPKCIAL NOTICE. A ompetent workman
in thoolllce will repair any kit
nu machlt e. iodipMy and satlMnct irlly,
making them as good as new.
I A.SOURIES& SON,
I East Second street, MnyAVlUe, Ky.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of the Kidneys.
HAS been ummI with most gratifying
In iniuiy obtlmtte cases. Prof, F.
W.Clark, piolessor of Cheml uy t tho University
ol Cincinnati sa.st Ids water 'belong
to the same class with that ot the Alleghany
Springs, ot Virginia," the medicinal
which arotoo well known to be stated here.
Those who deshe to try this mi nous watci
are referred to Captain C. V. Uoyd, Lovanun
Ohio; Captain O. M. Ilolloway, Cincinnati.
Onlo; J. J. Ralpe, Ctnclntiatl, Ohio. For salt
in half barrels and jugs by
OUS, HIMMONH, Proprietor,
m23dwtf A berdeen. Ohio.
fe All FiZAi;
Dry Goods and Notions,
Furnishing Goods, Rooks, Stationery and
for Btnall children nud grown persons a specialty.
A largo stock of
Hand-Made Knit Goods
of all kinds. Novelties of all kinds and PRICES
VERY LOW. My stock Is complete In
all Hues and I guarantee satisfaction In nil
caes. Thepubllopahonage is solicited.
13dtf MISS ANNA FRAZAR.
14,508 Boxes sold in a year by ONE
jj rug gist ot
Act Directly on tlic Liver
CUIIKH CaiLLH AND FEVKR, DYHIT.I'HM,
Sick IIkadaciik, IUliouh C(ilic,
TION', RlIKUMATIHil, PILES, PALPITATION
OF T1IK IlKAIITt PlZXINEfM. TOKIMD LlVKK,
Coated Tokouk. Slkrplkmnbsh. and ali.
DlSKAHUS Or TUE LlVKH AND tiTOUACIf. If
you (to not reel very well," a single pill at
bed-time ntlmulates the stomach, rvs lores
the appetite, imparts vigor to the system.
R,E. SELLERS & GO,, Pittsburgh, Pa.
F. L- TRAYSER,
:l)ealer In flrstclas:
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED I
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED I
Front Street, MaysvJIIc.
jr. McCARTIIEY, Licensed Auctioneer
for Mason and adjoining counties. Or
dem left at the Bulletin otllce will receive
prompt attention. P. O. address Mt. Carmel.
restorer, rith tho gloss and freshness of youth,
faded or gray hair to a natural, rich brown color,
or deep black, as may bo desired. By its use light
or red hair may bo darkoned, thin hair thickened,
and baldness often, though not always, cured.
It checks falling of tho hair, and stimulates a
weak and sickly growth to vigor. It prevent and
cures scurf and dandruff, and heals nearly every
disease peculiar to tho scalp. As a Indies Hair
DrcRMng, tho Vigor is unequalled ; it contains
neither oil nor dye, renders tho hair soft, glossy,
and silken in appearance, and imparts a dollcate,
agreeable, and lasting perfume,
Mn. C. P. Biucnnn writes from Kirby, 0.t July
3, 1882 : " Last fall my hair commenced falling
out, and in a short tliuo I becamo nearly bald. I
used part of a bottle of AVer's Hair Vigor.
which stopped tho falling of tho hair, and started
a new growth. 1 have now a full head of hnlr
crowing vigorously, and am convinced that but
for tho uo of your preparation I should havo been
J. "W. Botvkn, proprietor of tho Mc Arthur Ohio)
Enquirer, says : "Aran's Hair Vigor Is a most
excolleut preparation for tho hair. I speak of It
from my own experience. Its uso promotes tho
prowth of new hair, and makes It glossy and soft.
The Vigor Is also a suro cure for dandruif. Not
within my knowledge has the preparation ever
failed to give entire satisfaction."
Mr. ANors.FAiniiAinx, loader of the
Family ''of Scottish Vocalists,
writes from Jioston, Mass, Feb, C, 18S0: "Kver
since my hair began to clve silvery evidence of tho
change which riVcting tliae procurcth. I havo used
AVer's Hair Viooh, and so havo been abloto
maintain an appearance of youthfulncss a matter
of considerable consequence to mtnistors,
orators, actors, and In fact every ouo who lives in
the eyes of tho public."
Mrs. O.A. IMtnscOTT, writing from 18 Elm St.t
Charlestotcn Mass., April 14, 1882. says: "Two
years ago aoout two-thirds of my nair camo OIL
It thinned very rapidly, and I was fast growing
bald. On using Avicirs Hair Vigor tho falling
stopped and a now growth commenced, and In
about a month my head was completely covered
with short hair. It has continued to grow, and Is
now as good as before It fell. I regularly used but
one bottlo of tho Vigor, but now uso it occasionally
as a dressing."
Wo havo hundreds of similar testimonials to tho
efficacy of Ayeu's Hair Vigor. It needs but a
trial to conviuco tho most skeptical of its value.
Dr. J. C. Ayer &. Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
Wednesday and Thursday, Oct, 10, 11,
We will H'l) at Mer. Tiency tV: Wilson's sta
hie, Li xlnctnii, ICv,, cmmnenclnu pmmntlv
at oneoVlock on "WeUntilay and ten o'clock
125 Registered Jersey Cattle,
mostly ynuni! cow aril helfeis In calf to
choice hulls. The lltcini)ilsesslx
signal heifer, an linpoiteil clauizhtm of Duke
70, an Imported dauhlei and a dnullmatid
daughter ol the famous I.e IStocou's IMxc, a
dnuuhiorof Cunt St. Ueorue, a mid and
urauO'dauhteiN ot Uio (ronnislu Hull
Cutn'uo, wo kmii (.(lmilitci oi 1'oIoiiIuk,
the KIiimI bud, Jisnp, Hl a dnuuli"
ter ot Almnli ol Oakluhd, tecoid Hi pouiuN
and fourteen om cen In seven dnys ami f t
Individual excellence and uood bleed
In tiom ucli tamtllesasthu IMrnots, K jtdis
Alpbea, Hex.-, eic. Sale positive and without
reservtmr l)hlddlu. can !
had 13' appiylnu to It. .tllchael, Lexluuton.
Ky., wh will contilhute 15 lip.nl, Ternif
eahli oi NatlHiaetory nolo 1umHii S pnreuut.
Interest. ALKX McCMNTOCK A SON.
Before INSURING YOUR LIFE
Savings Fund Plan
ife Assurance Society.
Instead of Investlne In Blocks', bonds or oth
erbecurltlca or depositing In Saving UaukB
EXAMINE THIS PLAN
of Insurance, which not only yields a return
as an Investment, hut given Immediate Indemnity
In case of death.
JOS. F. BEODEZCZ,
Highest cash price paid forconntry produce,
Jyl3dU Corner Fourth and Plum street.
FRESH OYSTERS !
Ilest brands served In any style, DAY OK
My establishment bas lately been fitted up
In handftome style, and supplied wlta ever
convenience. Cooking unexcelled.
B0Gd3m No. 8. Market street,
BLACK INK. I
OU can't write unless you have GOOD INK!
Frank R. Phister
ha for sale nil of the leading bra ml. Sekct your lavorltonnd call
and get a bottle.
ARNOLD'S INK In quarts pint and pints,
AHNOLD'H COPYING INK In quttriH and plutK.
UAilTKU'S FLUID In quarts, pfntsnml small bottles.
CAHTEK S COPYING INK In quarts, pints and otnMinlf pints.
HUTLKICH LA HELLE VIOLKi In quarts, pints and feninll bottles,
mJTLEK'H VIOLET In quart.
TllhAHUUY COPYING In quarts and pints.
STAFFOUD'S, nil kind, In qnm is, pints, onehalf pints two ounce
and one ounce sizes.
UKKNTANU'S LONDON EXCliEQUU JET I5LACK INK, tho
flu cm lor ladles' use kuown. .
The above Is only u partial list ol Inks. All the leading btamls of
RED INK and MUCILAGE.
Esterbrook & Gillott's
- - 4
Fabar's and Eagle Pencil Co.'s
W. 3. Carpenter & Co.'s
iWTCall and sec them. Conpspoudence Invited. Address
PRASTK R. PHISTBR,
ECHEW & ALLEN,
: Whole Mile and retail dealers In I :
In nulor toHUpply tholncreaijlnijdetniindsof our trmlo we sue contlnunlly milling to our
supply of Biuvcbiiml I'lnwiiu.
REMEMBER OUR STOCK IS ALL NEW !
having been recoiul puiflinsed with n view to to the wants ol this market. Cook Htovtsof
tin hM makes Ilentlnc Sloven in nat vuleiy. Mantels and UiuIoh ot every kind nlwnyM
on hiind and sold at tin- LOWKbT KaTHS. (all andxauilneour newHtock.
sepl Coiuur Market nod Third HticcU, Maysvllle, Ky
ES- COME AT LAST! SE
:The greatest reluctlon ever known In the history of:
Farm Wagons, Wheat Drills,
Cider Hill, Wire Fencing Fan Mi I In, Fie.,
Hut the mobi remarkable or all In the ostoamllng LOW TIIICE ol the GENUINE
Manufactured Expressly For Us
From the le8t material found In America, thuH enabling uk to warrant It equal to any mndo
in tills or any other country. Large Invoices are now belnic received lor toe Fair. All are
Invited to call and sea the work whether they delru to purchase or not.
MYALL, RILEY & PORTER,
No. 7, Second, and 18, Sutton Sts.t
THE BEST PLACE
STOVES. GRATES, MANTELS, TINWARE, ETC
Blatterman & Power's.
Latest and moid Improved fttyle or Cookrn and Htatlnu Hfovet. made at Whetllnir. W
Vaof hot blast charcoal Iron, warranted not to havea AlnKleounceolhcrapln them. Tnese
btoves. ofcour, vear the longesL
JIOCHi; MJKXlfiniXGCOOnH of nil kinds and the Best quality.
VEKKLIiH ICE CKAM has no complication beyond the capacity ot
a child. The can eU squarely The dasher
IJTTIiE JOKKR WANIH!0 Cheap and Effective. Best made.
QUEKN OF THE WJEiT WATK IKAWJtK which saves half of the labor of draw-Inz
water from a wellorcUtern.
fcAKLT BKEAKFAHT CO OK ISO KTOTE, which is admitted by all who have used It
to have no superior. Calland uxs U Call and bee us whether you wlhh to buy or not.
aPli3diy BLATTERMAN & POWER.