Newspaper Page Text
PARALYZED THROUGH FEAR.
. - '-
A Married Woman Rendered
a Supposed Arnault,
NonnlsTOWN, ?A.,, Nov. 7 Last Saturday
evening, when Edward O'Noil, a
quarryman, living noar Bridgeport, returned
to bis homo after work, he found in
an outshed his wife half ' Imceling Upon tho
floor, speechless and . her eyes iixei Jlcr
body was cold,, and low breathing alone indicated
that life still remained. She woa
carried into tho house and a physician woa
It was learned that several girls who
had been walking in tho same direction
which Mrs, 01Ncil took on
Saturday evening, on her return from
Bridgeport, after having made some purchases,
had been followed by a burly looking
ruillan and been almost frightened out
of their wits. Tho supposition is that Mrs.
O'Neil was assaulted by the villain and
that great fright superinduced congestion
of the brain.
Upon being treated for that malady sho
recovered somewhat from her stupor. Sho
was able to nttcr a few words, but has no
recollection of what transpired on her way
home from Bridgeport. Tho muscles of tho
woman's limbs ore less rigid and hopes aro
entertained of her recovery.
FIRE DAMP KILLS 100 MEN.
Explosion In an Eiicllah Colliery
Unsuccessful Ellbrts to Itcacue Survivors.
London, Nov. 7. News is just ro
ceived of atx explosion of ilro damp in n
colliery at Accrington, Lancashire, 19
miles north of Manchester. Large
number of miners were working at
tho time, and it is believed 100 were
killed. There Is great excitement in
tho vicinity of tho disaster. A large
force of volunteers aro attempting tho rescue
of those imprisoned, but as yet aro unable
to reach them.
Later Accrington dispatches stato that
110 men wero in tho pit at the timo of the
explosion. Twenty, more or less injured,
have been rescued. Great diiflculty ia
found at tho balance. It is not known how
many aro dead. Thousands of people surround
tho mouth of the pit.
Drowned While Trying to Save
New York, Nov. 7. Tho Captain of the
Bremen steamship Mam yesterday reported
to the police in Hoboken tho particulars of
tho fiuicldo of one of Its passengers during
the last trip ncross tho Atlantic, and, in addition,
gave an account of tho drowning of
one of the crew, who went to the unfortunate
man's rescue. Tho ship had boon
four days out, when Carl Ziegler, a passenger,
who had been much depressed since the
vessel left port, sprang overboard. A boil
was lowered and John Jurgons, in attempting
to reach the suicide, fell overboard and
was drowned. Jurgons was forty years oi
age, and leaves a widow and child In Germany.
Steel Trade Humors.
Pittsburg, Nov. 7. It was announce
yesterday that the Lackawanna Iron Com
pany of Scruuton, Pa., hud accepted a large
contract for steel rails, cutting rates dowL
to $& per Ion. Mr. Thomas Carnegie, ol
Edgar Thomson, was interviewed, an.
states that his mills will have to meet the
cut now, but it will probably have the of
feet of causing a close down about the
of tho year. This throws out over 4,(KX
men if tho Edgar Thomson mills close
Carnegie takes a gloomy view ef the future
prospects ot tho steel trade.
J'ig I'nli'iit c'itH 1pinIlnir.
PiTTSiiuno, Pa., Nov. 7. Yesterday Mr.
Jacob Beeso refused to entertain the proposition
of tho Bessomer Steel Association
for settling suits over the "Basic" process
of st.el making. Tho Pennsylvania tSteo.
Company, at Hurrisburg, havo been using
this process and wero notified by Keeso U
stop infringement of his patents or he
would bring suit. Philadelphia capitalists
are backing Reoso and a big legal light wIL
3Ilnliic by Electricity.
Asiilaxd, Pa., Nov. 7. A number ol
pillars in the Tunnel Colliery slope were
run on Saturday night. Eloctrity wai
used in discharging the blast, and it wai
tho first experiment of tho kind over proved
successful in tho anthracite coal region.
Do LesQCpM Coming.
London, Nov. 7, Mr. Do Losseps is expected
to arrive hero, and extensive
liave been made to receive him.
It is arranged for tho distinguished engineer
to reply to tho toast, "Our Foreign
Guests," at the Lord Mayor's banquet,
which will take place on the Uth lust.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Cincinnati, Nov. 7. Cahbago The demand
was fair and tho market steady.
Cholco home grown selling at $1 5(
per brl In shipping order. Shipped
fctock sold at $5&0 per hundred on track,
and $1 25 per brl from store. Turnips
Dull at $1$1 25 per brl from store. Kuta
bagossell.at $1 251 GO par brl. Onions-Quiet
and steady. Prime to cholco in shipping
order sold at II 251 75 per brl.
Sweet Potatoes Market quiet and steady,
choice Jerseys being in demand. Prime
to choice Eastern yellow selling at $2 00
J3 25 per brl, and Southern do at 11 60(3
1 75; genuine Jerseys seilingat 3 603 73
per brl. Potatoes Market easy, offerings being
liberal. Early rososoll on track at 25
30c per bu, and Burbanks at 8085c. Mixed
bulk lots sold at 20&25c por bu on track.
From storo, 5 10c additional Is charged.
New York, Nov. 7. Flour Rather more
steady, but quiot. Wheat llo higher,
feverish and excited; very brisk speculative
trading; No. 1 white nominal. Corn
IXc higher; fairly activo; mixed Western,'
spot, 57C0Xc; future, 0001c.
Milwaukee, Nov. 7. Wheat Easier:
December, 07Kc; January, 09c.
No. 2, 53c. Oats Lower; No. 2,
Uvo Stock Markets.
Chicago, Nov. 7. Hogs Tho markot
steady with fair to good light at $4 80
4 75; mixed packing, $4 10&4 40; choice
heavy, i 45(35 00. Cattle Market steady;
exports, $0 00(2 0 GO; good to choice
shipping, 5 40&0 00; common to mo
BR. STRONG'S PBILS
Thd Old, Well Tried, 'Wonderful fiealth Renewing
STRONG'S SANATIVE PILLS for tlie
I.Ivor. A speedy cure for Idver Complaint,
Itogulutiug the Bowels, Purifying the lilood,
Cleansing Irom Malarial Taint. A pprfoct
euro for Niels. Hfnclnclic, Count ipntioit
NTItONUV l'ECTOKAIi MEEN Inmiro
healthy appetite, good digestion, legnlnrlty
of tho bowels. A sure remedy for ColdH ami
Hheumatlftm. A prcelouH boon to delicate
fcmnlctt, boothlngand bracing tn tier
vous Hystem, and giving vicnr and health to
every flbro ol the body, bold by DruKltN.
For nhamphlet, etc., address C. K, Hull & Co,
box 050, Oew York city.
37, Second Ntrcct, Mnyvl1lc, My.
PIANOS and ORGANS,
37,Necoml street, MnysvllHs Ky,
T:JP MET7GBB, Afft.
A. R. GLASCOCK & CO i!
Is tho best place to get bargain r In
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRUGGISTS
S. W. Cor. Main & Fifth,
Invito attention to thoir stock Drug, 9fcI
IcIncR, lulnt, OlUtV lyo NtulU. They nra
the proprietors of tho oilslnal and ROimlim
Allen'iiN'crvoctrllonoJLIuIiueiit. Tho orders of
casnandsuort time buyers particularly solicited
14,508 J30XC8 sold iu a year by U.NB
Act Directly oil tltc Liver.
C0HF.H ClIILLA A SO FSVRII, DYfPK!MlAt
Sick HiAdaciik, Hiljoi's Colic,
TION, UltKUMATISlf, PlLFH, PALPITATION
OP TUB 1IKAUT, PlZZINEM. TOIU'ID LlVEU,
COATEnTONOUE, SLKEPLKhttNKSS, AND ALI
D1HEA8K1 OK THE LtVKR AND STOMACH. If
you do not " feel very well," a single pill at
stimulates the stomacn, restores
tue appetite. Imparts vigor to the system, '
R.E. SELLERS & CO,, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Stato & Monroe Sls..ChIcano. -S Si
Will en1 rreviM in uny fIdrni tlielr r 9tW
for IJ, .tK nwf U9 fcgriin(
jvA of mtrJiotntii S'llu, rp, Jlclu,
Pomponi, 1 inlli Cip liait vnsy
Hat.. Riinitrv itui.i iiLitu. i;nuinff
y,tjfli AUteriftlt, k)-o Induce lotrutlon and Ki
rrlrt icr A'rmrur itsoai uti a ,iim.ui
Piles! Piles!! Piles!!!
OldBHOWN'S PILE CI UK will euro any
case of protruding or ulcerated bleeding Piles
by a few appllcntloiiH. A tilal will convluco
any one who Is sullcrlng' with this loathbome
disease that what we say is true. For Bale by
GEORGK T. WOOD,
A General Request,
"N responKo to a vory goneral request we
J. navo Ut'on nniuceu to m upon mu inaruei
a full lino of the best makes pi
p'1 CHf -Hwy v vr iWs i5
which wo offer at reduced rates. Needles, Oils
and attachments for all Kinds ot Machines
constantly on hand.
U NOTICE. A competent workman
In tho olllce will repalrany kind ofBew
JnR Machine promptly and satisfactorily,
mking them as good as new.
East Second street, Maysvllle, Ky.
Before INSURING YOUR LIFE
-, EXAMINE TnE
Savings Fund Plan
Life Assurance Society.
Instead of investing In stocks, bonds or other
securities or depositing In Havings Hanks
EXAMINE THIS PLAN
of inunranco, which not only yields a return
as an investment, but gives Immediate Indemnity
In case of death.
Second Street, MAYBVILLE, KY
euros Hhcumntlsru, Neuralgia Ilhenmatla
Gout, General Debility, Catarrh, and nil
disorders caused by a thjn and Impoverished,
or corrupted, condition of tho blood; oxpclllng
tho blood-poisons from tho system, enriching
and renewing tho blood, and restoring its vitalizing
During a long period of unparalleled usefulness,
Ayku'8 SAUsxrAUiLLA has proven its
perfect adaptation to tho euro of all diseases
originating in poor blood and a weakened vitality.
It is a highly concentrated extract of Sarsaparilla
and blood-purifying roots,
combined -with Iodide of Potassium and
Iron, and is tho safest, most reliable, and most
economical blood-purifier and blood-food that
eau bo used.
Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured.
"AYEit'fl Sahsavaiuluv. has cured mo of tho
Inflammatory Khoumatlsm, with which I havo
Buffered for many years. W, tt Moose.11
Durham, la., March 2, 1882.
" Eight years ngo I had an attack of Rheumatism
so severe that 1 could not move from tho bed,
or dress, without help. 1 tried several remedies
without much If any relief, until I took A yes's
SAitSArASiLLA, by tho use of two bottles of
which I was completely cured. I have not been
troubled with the Khoumatlsm since. Have sold
largo quantities of your SAUtArASliXA,aml It
still retains its wonderful iopumrity. Tho many
notable cures It has effected in this vicinity convince
me that it Is tho best blood medicine ever
offered to the public. E. F. llAJUUS."
Kiver St., Uucklaud, Mass., Slay 13, ISSi!.
11 Last March I was so weak from general debility
that I could not walk without hchn Following
tho advice of a friend, 1 commenced tuk! nc
A yes's Sassavakilla. and beforo I had used
three bottles I felt ns well as I over did In my life.
I have been at work now for two months, and
think your Sausavasilla tho greatest blood
medicine in tho world, James Mayxakd."
6iiQ West 42d St., Now York, July 19, 18&2.
AYEB'S SAB9APABILLA cures Scrofula nud
nil Scrofulous Complaints, Erysipelas, Koroma,
Ringworm, lllotchcs, Sores, Roils,
Tumors, and Eruptions of tho Skin. It clears
tho blood of all Impurities, aids digestion, stlmu
bites tho action of tho bowels, and thus restores
vitality and strengthens tho whole system.
Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists; prlco $1, six bottles, $5.
Ml ANNA FRAZAR
Dry Goods and Notions,
Furnishing Unodw, Books, Statlouery7 and
for small children and grown peinonsa spec
laity. A large block of
of all kinds. Novelties of a'l k ndsaud I'UI
CES VEUY LOW. My black Is ct mplcto in
all lineH audi guarantee satisfaction In all
caes. Tho public patiouairu Is solicited
slSdtl MISS ANNA FUAZAH.
PIANO MA UFACTORY
F. L. TRAYSER,
ALL INSTRUMENTS VARRANTED I
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED I
Front ytroet, B3ayflvllle
Highest cash price paid for country produce,
JylSdtf Corner Fourth and Plum Htreets.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of the Kidneys.
TTAB been used with most
Jrl cess In many obstinate cases. Prof, F,
W. Claris, professor of Chemistry at the Uni
vereity ol Cincinnati say h this water 4heIongs
to the same class with that of the Alleghany
Springs, ol Virginia," tho medicinal virtues
of which aro too well known toheBtatcd here.
Thoso who deslro to try this famous water
are referred to Captain C. W Boyd, Levanna
Ohio; Captain U. M. aiolloway, Cincinnati,
Ohio; J. J, Halpe, Cincinnati, Ohio, For sale
In half barrels nud juks by
GUS. BIMMONH, Proprietor.
m23d&wtt Aberdeen, Ohio
FRESH OYSTERS !
Best brands served In any style, DAY OH
My establishment has lately been fitted up
In handsome style, aud supplied with over
convenience. Cooking unexcelled,
sSGdSm No, 8. Warlcet street,
J jr. aCoCARTIIKT, Licensed Auctioneer
for Mason and adlolnlnor counties. Or
ders left at the Bulletin oflico will receive
prompt attention, X. O. address Mt. Carmel
FMl I FIB
Frames in every style and design THese goods
will be sold to make room for Holiday Goods.
Call and see them. FINE OIL PAINTINGS at
$15.00 per pair. ENGRAVINGS from $2.75 up.
BOOKS OF MUSIC 25 and 50 cts. Brass, China,
Wood and Paper Mache PLAQUES. Tube and
Cake PAINTS. CRAYON IPAPER, MODELS,
etc. A very fine assortment. Leading
Articles for decoration in numerous designs.
-Mr. PHISTER has four beautiful designs in
CUT CARD BOARD that make beautiful ornaments
for table, mantlepiece or bracket, and
will present one to each customer buying goods
to the amount of 50 cts.
them. They will be
on receipt of 5 cts.
FOR TWENTY DAYS!
having a number that must bo disposed of to make room for others on
Myall, Riley & Porter,
EGNEW & ALLEN,
: J Wholesale and rptall dealers In :
In order to supply tho Increasing demands of our trade wo are continually addlug to our
supply of Stoves aud Tinware.
REMEMBER OUR STOCK IS ALL NEW
having been recently purchased with a view to to the wants of this market. Cook Stoves of
the best makes, Ileatlnu Stoves In preat variety. Mantels and Grates of every kind always
on hand and sold at the LOWEST HATES. Call and examine our now stock.
sop I Corner Market and Third StreetB, Maysvllle, Ky.
the; best places
is ofiering at LOW
Prices a handsome
POWDERS and SOAPS !
or over. Call and see
MANTELS, TINWARE, ETC.
STOVES, GRATES, )
Latest and most Improved styles ol Cooking and Heating Stoves, mnde at Wheeling, W
Vaof hot blast charcoal Iron, warranted not to havo a Mngloounceof scrap In them, These
Stoves, of course, wear tho longest.
IIOUMK FVKNINniNOa)OI)fl of all kinds and the Best quality.
li:KUIiEKH ICE CIIKABC FUEEZEK It has no complications beyond tho capacity of
a child. Tho can sots squarely anywhere. Tho dasher Is self-adjusting.
UTTIiE JOKfiK WASHING Cheap and Effective. Best made.
QUEEN or THE WEST WATEII lilt A WE It, which saves half of the labor of draw-inn
water from a wollorcistern.
EAHET IlKEAUFART COOKING NTOVE, which is admitted by nil who have used it
to have no superior, Calljand see It. Call and see us whether you wish to buy or not.
npllSdly BLATTSJRMAN & POWER.