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vt" THE-DAILY BULLETIN, THUBSDAyfEVE,, (JClOKfcR li43. DBBBH & UdOAHTHT, Publlshors and Proprietors, To Whom AnDBMa am, cdiiMttHiCXttoro advertisements. Dyes. A. It. Uuruoxs Dry poods, oic. Kotitucky Central Railroad Excursion. The telegrams received to-day, Speak uaolilndlfloront voice; Uut as you pay your money down, Why, you can take your choice. is reported to havo broken out among cuttle in Lehigh county, Pa. Fked Hartmax, while hunting chestnuts near Flemincaburg, (ell from a tree nnd received fatal injuries. mm Rev. S. H. Chkstku will preach at the Presbyterian Church, in Washington, on Sunday at 3 o'clock p. m. Me3siis. Ciiilds, Homksox & Co.'a store has been very handsomely improved and is now ono of the most attractive in the city. The stteot cars leave the stables every morning at half past five o'clock. Tho last round trip is made from tho stables at nine o'clock. TiiKnn will bo preaching by Rov. A. N. Gilbert and tho administration of the ordinance of immorsion at the Christian Church to-night. m Rkad all the new advertisements in tho Bulletin and you will obtain will be valuable to you in making your fall purchases. Mr. A. R. Burqcss in an advertisement elsewhero offers some sensational prices on certain lino of staplo goods. You will do well to mako n noto of it. Rev. S. II. Chester will preach nt tho Presbyterian Church, on Third street, Sunday morning and evening. Evening sorvice begins promptly nt 7 o'clock. Dyes! Dyes I Wo havo just received ten gross of the celebrated DiamontkDyes, which includes tho full lino and all colors on tho card. Oll(12t ClIEJfOWETII & Co. W. A. Stockdalk is getting along well and is considered on a fair way to recovery. It has been ascertained that ho was wounded six times instead of five os at first thought. Tho balls have not yet been removed from his bod v. Carl, tho little eon of Mr. A. T. McDonald, of Flemingsburg, fell from a dray nnd had his arm crushed by tho wheels passing over it. It was brokeu in a frightful manner nnd it is thought amputation will be necessary. A peculiar virttio in Ayer's Sarparilla is that while it cleanses and purges tho blood from all corruptions nnd impurities, and thoreby roots out all diseases, it builds up and invgorates tho wholo system, and makes ono young again. A mod is feared at iirooksville and in consequenco tho jail has been guarded for several nights past. Tho inmates are Erastus Cummings, Peter Snodgrass nnd Young Smith, tho men who were present when tho Myers tragedy occurred on tho 29th ult. The detailed roports of tho election in Ohio printed on tho first page indicate that the result is in doubt, but a spcciul to tho Bulletin printed elsewhere, and of later dato states that Hoadley is elected by about 13,000 majority nnd that tho Legislature is Democratic on joint ballot by a majority of twenty. Many forgot that tho hair and scalp need cleansing as well us tho hands and feet. Extensive uso of Ayer's Hair Vigor has proven that it is the best cleansing agent for tho hair that it prevents as well as removes dandruff, cools nnd soothes tho Ecalp, and stimulates tho hair to renewed growth and beauty. Rev. J. W. Fitch, of Winchester, Presiding Eldor of tho Maysvillo District, and Elder J. B. Briney, of Covington, proposo holding a debato at Berry's Sta tion, Harrison county, beginning Novem-vor Gth and lasting eight days. They will disctt83 tho mode, subject, and design of Baptism, and tho operation of tho Holy Spirit in tho now birth. They will glvo two days to each of tho four propositions. The sheriff of Carter county with a posse of ton mon conveyed Ellis Craft to Grayson yesterday, preparatory to his execution on Friday. Tho sheriffs party was armed with shotguns loaded with buck shot. Tho Governor has rofusod to grant tho respite asked, and in doing so said that ho had carofully examined every detail of tho pleadings submitted to him, nnd could sea no good reason why tho penalty of tho law should not bo carried out. OHIO ELECTION. Hoadly's Majority Placed at Thirteen Thousand, And tho Logislatu.ro Domocratio on Joint Ballot. Special to Daily Bulletin. Cincinnati, Oct. 11, 9 . m. Hoadly is elected by 13,000 majority. The Legislature is Democratic by twenty on joint ballot, not including the delegation from Hamilton county, which is Democratic also. Tho majority is about 2,500 subject to slight changes. A heavy vote was polled all over the State. PEK.SO.VALS. Miss Anna Stockton hasreturnod home from Georgetown. Mr. W. II. Cord, of Flemingsburg, is hero attending Circuit Court. Miss May Morgan left on Monday to attend school at the convent in Paris, Ky. Mr. James Barbour is attending the Bankers' Convention nt Louisville. Mr. Win. Kilgoro Smith, of the Brooks-ville bar, was in tho city a couple of days this week. Mr. F. W. Armstrong and his daughter, Miss Mary Trimble, returned home Saturday morning, Mrs. Jennie Anderson, of Cincinnati, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Stewart, of East Maysville. Mr. Mat; Walton and wife, of Lexington, passed through the city yesterday, on their way to tho Germantowu fair. Messrs. E. C. and Thomas R. Phister loft this morning for Mt. Olivet, to attend the examining trial of Samuel Rogers. Mr. Allen Cole, oldest son of Judge Cole, has entered Harvard College in the junior class. He is a bright lad and his friends have every reason to expect that ho will take a high rank in his class. Sales of Luutl. Tho following changes in the ownership of land havo been recorded at the otllce of the Clerk of the County Court, since our last report : W. E. McKeuzle aud wife to H. F. Cooper, GOncicsof laud on Shannon Crock; consideration SI, UK John T. Wilson and wife to Mnry June Worthlngton, linuse uud lot In Muysllcl: ; consideration $773. Alary Woodwind nnd others to Thornton M. Dora, Grantors' Interest In n tract of land on Two Lick Cieek; cousldetatlon 55mi. Jame; S. Peikins to HurOlu Perkins. HI acies of laud ou Urackeu Cteek; consideration SJOO. Sarah G. Asbury nnd hubuid to Hnidlu Perkins Kinulnis' undivided liuerest In same tract of land ; oousldoiutlou SoOO. Ellzjbeth K. Perkins to Hardin Peikins dower Interest In same tract of land ; consideration So, lovu aud nifectlnn. Rosa M. Wood and husband to Ifavdlu Perkins, grantors' Internal In .same tract ol laud; consideration S"u. .Samuel Hughes to John Otto, tlity ncres of land ; consideration ivv. O. W. Manna aud others to Perry Auderson lot 5lxluS foot In size In Dover aud n lot adjoining; consideration SloO. Helena Turnpike Company to Helena Seminary Couiptuy lot of ground In Muysllcfc j cousldeiatlou SI. Advertisements Inserted under this head-lug lOo per Kne for each lnsortlou. Try Langdon'a City Butter Crackers. Insure with Sallee k Salleo. s23dlm Mosquito bars and made to Older at Hunt & Doyle's. . m Ladies' and children's Jerseys, all colors nnd sizes, at Hunt k Doyle's. Fresh Oysters. I am receiving daily the best brands of fresh oysters, which will be served in any Btylo desired day or night. I will also supply them by the can or half cam 8lSdltn John Heiseu, European Hotel. Oysters! Oysters!! I am receiving daily tho best brands of fresh oysters, which will bo served in any style desired, day or night, I will also supply them by the can or half can. Jacob Lynn, oSdtf Xo. 35 Second St. Liberal. Tho Kentucky Central Railroad, desiring always to deal in n spirit of liberality with its patrons, and to secure for thorn all benefits and advantages, has arranged for another one of those delightful excursions to tho Louisville Ex position, at tho merely nominal rate of $3 for tho round trip, on Monday, 15th, from Maysville tickets to be good returning on any regular train for five days from the above date. Tickets on snio at ticket ofiico at three o'clock p. m., Saturday, October 13th. Excursion train will leavo Maysvillo at six o'clock a. m. Don't forget tho dato and hour, or pass tho opportunity of londing your presenco to this grand enterprise, of which every Kontuckian should bo proud, and which you should aid by your presenco. Tho oxponso is Virtually nothing, olld3t W. 0. Sadler, Agent. Something N'ovr. Combined pocket book and in French and Persian Morocco. Salesmen's books in American, Russia, and Alligator leather. Call and see them atllarrv Taylor's, 23, Market street. 1 - 'T 7 " - BURN. At Covlngion, Ky., Oct. 9. 1833, to tlie wife or Mr. M. E. lirlntuall, a flue sou, LEROY PIERCE DIED. At the residence of his daughter, Mrs. M-A. Wood, near Wnshlnaton, October 7th, 1833, Mr. Itobert Humphrey, lu the eighty-ninth year of hlsuge. During the earlier days of the deeeased, he was ouo of the most prominent and active citizen of Mnsou county. His election, years njo, to the responsible otllce of Sheriff, was the expression yf tho public confidence In ills business Inteigitty, and hl.s choice subsequently to represent the counts' In the lower house of the Leglbtute, attested the place he held In the popular esteem. Hut most of IiIh ncllve yeara ivcrc spent In the pursuit of agriculture to which he was devoted, aud by dint of Industry and tine luditment he nmased a hand-nine estate. The placo most congenial to Ids tastes was the peaceful products of the home, nnd whre thoxe gentle trnlta which made (Urn the kind father and stomal ft lend, f.umd their truest development. Thouuli ever evIncliiK a lively Interest In all public que having mature convictions lu to them, yet the circle of his frenN whs the thentie where his excellencies of mind nnd heart were most conspicuous. Probably no mnn has ever lived In the county who was freer from reproach, aud of whom there was a more universal His ventleness of temper, his kindly sympathies Ills stend'nst lnteitrliy, hl.s charitable Impulses these tottned a combination of virtue rately embodied In otietnan. Ho came as near as nny man fultlliluc the requirement ot the Mnker ' to do Justly, and to love mercy, and to walkhumbly with thy uod." And then, lo place the brightest adornment to his character, be wos a meek and humble follower of ,!eus, and thouuh nrofesslUK His name compnritlvely late In life, lieHoi devoted the lemuaut of years to Him, and nt Inst peacefully dted In the triumphs of His KOpel. lie leaves three sons and thre itnuuhfers, with their children, to mourn his death. Jlut they 1 heil' an Immeasurable blesMnn In the memory of such a father, and have reason to ntlimle thauUsiilvlua wdh their tear that he wiih permuted to IluueihO long and gladden tle'r homes with hl presence. Anil now tbutn better home has received htui, let them S. Eliz.ivllle, October 0th. l!t. UE1A1L.MAKKKT. Corrected dally by U. w. t..KHifL. ar Se'ond street, Mayvlllf. Ky t'LOCS Limestone 5 7 i M Ol.f Gold 7 0 Mason County J Kentucky Mills K a .Maxuolla, new 5 7' Butter. V j i a Lard.'H ) 12' Ek'ijs. doz V Meal peck , Chickens Molasses, fnticy , Coal OH, uaf Sugar, granulated S. ' A.ff) vellow'Hm Comb Honey St i alned Honey 12' Hams. suiiHr cuie.l v f . Uacou, bu'iiktast X Hominy. V aallou y Deans ' uallou Potatoes V leck, Uew , 1 Corlte... 1281 MASVII.UK CoAl. MAI'.KET. Anthrni'lte at Elov itor, per lou H23, Youisiiiosjliony nt Elevators, per bushel He. dellvei'td l.V. Kanawha at Elev tors, per bushel lie. 12c. I'omeiy at Elevuor, per bushel lij. dell vcioi lee. a.x vvrr.Ji i:xt. For Mayor, We aie authorized to announce that M. K. MAltsH Is a catiuld itetor thr office of Mayor ot the city ot .Maysville at the Janu.'iy election, Ivl. We ate authoilzed toanitouucrt tint HORACE JANUARY Is a cinill late tor as Mayor ot Maysville, at the ensuing January election. 1'nr C'Hy Olerlt. Wo nre autnorlzed to a nil on lire thnt IiANOHOHNE M. THU Is a candldiite for theoillceol CltyCleik at the oiisului,' January elect lou. We aro authorized to announce that HARRY TAYIjOR Is a candldat" tor as City Clerk at the ensuing January election. FOR SALE. SALE A frame cottaue, FOR H. E. Pouuu's distillery. Containing two rooms, kitchen nnd cellar, with lot, 3.1 teot wide. The house Is new and lu the hist tepalr. Apply at this uillce. oO.iat BALE A uood Domestic sewlun machine. I iki litre of J. J. .McCurthey, ol the .Mt.Ciuiuel 'bus lor pi Ice. t a'.'2ti FOR RENT. RENT In tho town ot Chester, near ITiOR new .Methodist Church, a frame three room h and Kitchen, with a good supply of water. Garden and stable on the piemfses. Apply to J. l. THOMPSON, on the premises. oldOt RENT My lulck house, corner Hhoit nnd Second sti eels, size of rooms thirty- two by one liflmlicd leet. Well ailapted for main or tobacco. Apply at .WEIOART'S meat stove. si Id LOST. On Sununy, between the U'Shlence of TOST W.J. Nlcholl. on suiton Miittnml ltlchaidson it coiner, a sold nnd coial hre.istplu. Please return to Mr. or this oitlcu and be rewatded. A. R. BURGESS, ' No, 3, .Second Sticet, 'will oiler on nnd alter Thursday, October 11, ' the lolioivliu; meat lineal us : one ihouniiuu J lllllS Ul IlL'ilV i I lllll SUIIIIUWII worth 50 cents per yard, for 25 cents, sllnhtlv dam awed by wilier. Ouo thousand yauls if heavy uluu ounco Jeans, miaranteed all jiarts wool tllltuunud niiida In Koutueky, worth 50 cents per yard, for 3-5 conts. A lull nud complete stock ot NEW DRESS GOODS, at bottom ptice. Canton Flannels from 6 cents per yard to 2.5 coats. One thousand vnrdH of prints In good styles nud fast colois, fioontsperyard. Gont's heavy, all wool Red Undershirts, worth 8160 each forSl.OO. A lull Una of new Towels, Tablo Linens, Napkins. Jeisey Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear, lied Comforts and Blnukots. Also a larco nnd stoolc of Clonics In nil tho now style Just recolved from Now Yorlt. Fifty pieces of Glnghum nt 6 cents a yard, olldlin mm cloaks! mm aTaeHdn7,rcduedity,TbnrMdny nnd Friday. ;H 16, 1"7, 18 and IS, will make a fine display of: ' LlLl . iii - t i . J u LADIES tembraclug all the new We Invite an examination of tha same by the Ladles of Mason and adjoining counties. W Measutes wl'l be taken and gurineuts made to order If required . "iff o A. R. GLASCOCK & CO., No. 20, Second Street, MAYSVILLE, KY. 03rXEW CASH DRY GOODS HOUSE. D. 1VI. Runyon will oiler oa Monday, Octoiikii 8, the following sptclal bargains: 1 0,000 Yards New Style Fancy Prints full Mnndird nuillty. wotth 7' cents nt 0' cents, others at 5 cents. Ten-quarter WHITB RED RLANKKTS l "m) ner pair: better at S2..V) ner jmlr up. White. Red aud Gray BlankeU at all price. Laice and complete assortment of brown nud bleached SHEETINGS, PILLOW CASES, COTTONS, CANTON FLANNELS ic, nt the very lowest prl 1TCKY JEAN-, full usMiittueut,2iK'ents nnd up. Ladles' (Jent's aud Chlldreu's aud ITNDERWKAR lu lull assortment at Lower prices thau elsewheie. ati' KID Gloves of sellable til nsnr'tneni. 1 dilveol'i bl resist liiit. HOnp SKIRTS, CORSETS, JERSEYS nnd HANDKERCHIEFS, in larco u i t of tieinsiiicu.nii rorty cents, special aek a..d cuIoreU.CASiH.MJ3KI. low Priced DRESS OOOUS Just lecelved. BLdK CHESS SILKS eirThe attention of close CASH BUYERS is earnestly fjqtniltf to alve satlsfactlo 'Ueseit ti - s sale. S30.000 FOR SS2. Itejjulnr .llonttily Jrilntf will 2 liHtake place In tlie Miioulc Ha 1, Loilsvllle, Ky. til vim J) a y, art, 5.7. iss:). A !.! (ill Lottery mil! I'll I r Druniucs the Le;lmtuie nt K . and twk'i leclated leual l the i lul.est coll it III tl.t stat. Pond sriw'J tri He- ty county lu the -'nil ol ;iiin,ii 11 tor the ptonipt payment 01 all pil.fssold. A Hevoliilloii In Sluule Nuuilier tll'lllt IllUS. wirKvei v ticket holder his own supervisor, eiilj call out the number ou DW ticket and ste tne eorrepoinllua luimbei on teetaj: tilnceil 111 ihe wliee! lu hlspiesence. These dinwlims will ooi'iu on tho lat Thursday of every mouth. Read the inasutriceut October .Sidieme. 1 Pi Ize ?3",0( 1 1 Prize I"-1"" 1 1'ilze Z'M 2 lM.es, S2,.'3iW etch f',u .i Pilzes. l.ico eaHi S.tto Ptizes, Rmieiich, Apprnx'u Pilze 0 Pilzes, 'Jul cueh, ' 1,-x' P Pilzes, iihi each, " " 2i Prlaes, Out) each , 10.1 U UK) 1'ilZ's, .. mo each 10.0" 2i) Prizes, U each.... U'.frHI Si1!) Prizes, Sj each.,., lO.iou 1WK) Pii7es, lu each.... lll,(H)li 1,157 Prizes $110,100 Whole Ticket. $'J. Hull' Tickets, 01. 7 TIcUols, s.TO. .t.1 1 iikels (IOO. Remit money or bank, draft In letter, or send bv express. DONT SENI II Y REGIS TEREU LETTER OR OltUER, until turiher notice. OrdersofWnud upwind hyexiness, can be setit nt our own expense Address all otdew to J.J. DOUGLAS, sepl7d&wly Louisville, Ky. "IOIt S.VI.K. Residence, Old Jail and Cages. order of the Coiut of Claims of Mason BY County, we will sell on SATVlZDAy, Oct. 27, 1SS3, nt 2 p. in. on the piemises.on southeast oer oi iiuiici nun i'iHiuMicL'i''i juvhoiiv. Ky.. to the hlahest bidder, the old Jill property, liioludliiK Ihe lesldeuce nnd lot, Jail huiUiluunnd wall and nil thecaues lion cells, kvo. Ac. Said piopeity will he sold ns an entliety oi pntceK Ternisof sale: One third cash lu hand aud the balnuo lu six nnd twelve months, with lnteiest. Possession to Delveii December 1, lSSt, ornssoon as the new Jail aud residence Is completed, GARRETT S. WALL, olOi'Awtd Chaliinan ot Jail Committee. HERMANN LASWGE S"-1 3 Hi m MRU mrJ nin rn m 40TA1I dooilNiuid Work WAIlltAJV'rr.I). Number 13, Second sticet, throe doors below Market street, Maysville, Ky. npUKtly Compressed Yeast. T II. LOVKL, Aaent, notifies tho public IV. that from this time on lie will bo to furnish compressed yeast to nil who may want It. olW3t LAND FOR SALE! mo bo sold to tho hlijliest bidder, on tiny, October IU, my farm Jolnlut; tlie lalrKiound. Also the land nlmve tho lillce. Terms one-third cash, the balance lu one, two nnd three years, bearlni; 8 per cout. Hale nt 10 a. in. b21v JUDITH CALVERT. .. '.. CLOAKS I aud deilruble styles In: "VVra,!! SHIETINGS, ces. KEU. HOSIERY 14,50b Boxes sold in a year by ONE urusfum. 01 l5H?VW7'iJ 'Ailijl', Act Directly on tlie JLiver. 'l'Rls ClttLUS 1I1 KKVKIl, mck Hv.intuiK, riiLtors Cou-, T1I1V, UllKL'MATlSjt, PlLKs, PALI'tl ATION of run IIkvut, r irzi.vhss. Toni'io Ljvek, lovrrn los'iifK, SLKr.i'LK.fNKss, asp ali. D l.I II ANI STOMACH. If vim ill nut "feel virj well "a stiiBle pill nt ir tt ii'iilniet the stiitimcli. restores itlieupp tlte Imparls lor to the system R. E, SELLERS & CO,, Pittsburgh, Pa, jouN sAiit;i:i.i:it, :Dealer In: OONPBOTIOWIIRy, Fuilt, Flsb,A., II. F. HEMINGWAY CO.'S Oysters, IMtlf'KS. S..nntirt Cam Vo A'ORITK,(iuart cutis.. . :l0o NCUOK. s'andiiid.riuatt caus SKLKtT, iiuart cans 5o N. Y. SADDLE RO0K,(Uiut caus fOo HULK, per ouait .'IVo FISH 0,snudl0o LEGAL NOTICE. MASON CIRCUIT COTRT. Johu C. Tate nnd ) n.. ,,m. ... Ftancls C. Tate, his wife. f" Petltlou ex. Notice Is heiehy given that John C.Tate, and Francis C. T.ite. his wife, tiled In tho clerk's otllce of the Mason county court, ou the (Kb day of October, ISS'l. a petition aklu.r, that tho said Francis C Tate bo empowered by the sild court to net ns n feme sole, with all thorium, privileges and lunuuultles provided by Sec. tl, of nrttclo 2, chapter 62, of tho genenil stntutes of Kentucky. Witness: Hen. 1). Parry, clerk of cald couit, the flth day of October, lsS.1. oidiot HEN. D. PARRY', CletkM.C.C. . T3UAU IN 3IIXI THAT JOHN BURDINE will stand for mares fiotn October 1, to November 10. at MOSE DAULTON ,fc 11RO.S Livery, Sale and Feed staldes, at SJ5 to Insiuo a male in foal. Johu Hiudlne Is by Almout, the leiultiiK slro of trotters; tltst dam by lliown Chief, the best sou of Mninbrluo Chlut, second (lain by lleitrnitd Ac. oSdtf rou sn or i. j) not tail Y to sco the lvoiy finish CUltou uud Avalon XJ HAMBER SETS, Oat Meal sets, Mush and Milk Sets. Pitchers, V.Kes nnd other new nonds now helnu ill, played lu the show witidowsofC!. A. China sioie, No. 21, Sutton St. Idw Fresh OYSTERS. rAM reeelvliiK dally thebest brands of which will be served In all style-. 1- or salo also by tho cau, hall-can or In bull; at leasiunble prices. T. J. NOLIN. nt Ulerley'scoiilectlonery store, Second St. CYCLONE in PRICES. the ilnost In tho oily. Flannels, CLOAKS, 12Vac, lUJ.c. and upwards, Ono bundled pieces ot Iudlitn Calico, 7 We. Ginghams, fie , MjC. ami 10c. Fllty pieces of Cashmere will bo sold tit a bargain, Blankets. Sl.00,S1.2jnud up to S10. oSlw MRS. A. J. WILLIAMS. SlOO REWARD. "trrEwIll pay the nbovorewnrd tor tectlon of nny person using our nntuo for tho purpose of obtaining feathers to renovate Our nlaco of business Is nt tho corner of Wall nnd Front stteots, nnd, ns wo nro of Maysville, we will bo found there at nil times. oSdtf J. V. EASiON&CO. t !...'.. .J. UAk. ,, tt J u . -U ' :'i.u Mtjst