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r a- . f (V ' ' v ' . a u ' ' ' i. A COLLISION.' Cnrions and Complicated ICuIlrond Accldeet. " "Jcnsfrr Crnr, N. J., Oct. 10. Early In the morning an accident occurred on tho Pennsylvania Railroad near Elizabeth. It appears that an extra train goinr out had become disabled by the breiurfiig of a car ouml wltea paisn north JBlisaboth. The operator al.tuc station noUobig) this, tcle'niyhed to Ukj ttntion beyond, whoro the train was stopped. The engineer of tho following train was informed of tho 1 accident, and, when Ids truin cutne np within short dUtance of the disabled '' fain, he was directed to uncon lu his engine and attach it to the disabled ear and pull it to a biding. In doing thin the ear waH thrown slightly over on tho west bound track, and tho second section of express train No. 27, which leaves City at 5 a. m., bound west, came rushing by at the rate of thirty-five miles uu hour. The engine of the express truck tlte disabled car nud wan thrown from tho track on its side. Tho passengers on board were well sunken, but no ono was seriously hurt. The engineer and fireman had miraculous escapes. The total damage to the engine and car will not exceed $5,000. A SIGNIFICANT EDITORIAL. A CoIiuubtiH I'hjht Aalcn n Significant testluii. Columbiw. 0., Oct. 10. Tho Dispatch this p. in. prints the following significant editorial: "If the Democrat have as it 6eeuw probable at this writing, in getting control of the Supreme Court what is to become of tho test cttec recently disponed of by that body under tho Scott Law ? The court has power to review itself and no lack of opportunities will be needed to enable tlieni to do so. Tho) who laughed at Judge Okeyand ridiculed Ids dissenting opinion, may yet live to see the Judge rend it over 'tlm time as Uio law of tlw case. Upon tlds assumption we suppose a Democratic Legislature Mould speedily deviso wuya and uieans to refund tho cash advanced to the State under tho provision of tho Scott law by tho innocent aad confiding As tho Prohibitionist have made tho Democratic cfl'orta a success ra this paitiaalar, itda to be hoped that the collected wisdom at thai tearful and patriotic baud will so adjust tuattcw under the now Kghne that the good work may go on with the best possible friction to the oversensitive nerves of Judge Huadly." Goltif to SIntie Pictures of Vh. London, Oct. 10. Mr. "Wollis Mockay, a special dnightaman on tlie staff of the Illustrated Loudon News, sailed for New York on tho city of Homo to-day to attend tlie first nights of Henry Irving's engagement Mr. Mackay is "also commissioned to make sketches for a special series of supplements of tho Illustrated News of the homes and surroundings of the financial and industrial millionaires of America, JttAHlET3 By TELEGRAPH. Ociiorul Miirltetn. Cincinnati, Oct. lO.Uutter Market firm, with a steady demand for the best table creamery and dairy. Choice fresh bright fancy creamery sold at 8:!e; cold stoiage of a prime to choice ijuality sold at 23 a 150c. Strictly fancy duirv was in good demand and firm, !ciug taken by eouhtimer. at Prime to choice dairy wa firm at lSf'ilJc, but medium grades won quiet at 1010c, and grease butter at 5(r 8c. Cheoo Tlie murket is steady, witii (inly a moderate demand. Prime to clioie Ohio minted at lOJ0llc, and New York at 12j(iKJLj. Eggs Woro slow am. weak, with liberal offerings at 19l!)Ji for choice fresh stock. Occasional single cases sold at 20c to n special trade. Poultry. Kough chickens werodull, but good conditioned stock was firm and wanted. Turkeys were firmer, selling at b'Jc ier pound. Choice to fancy young chickens quoted at $3 25(3 75 per dozen, and fair to prime at Sfou. Choieo to funcy old chickens quoted at $44 25 per dozen, and good to prime nt ?2 75(3)3 75. Choice young ducks sold at $3i 50, and prime at $2 50(0)2 75. drain fflfnrfcct. ClNciNNAti, Oct. 10. 0a Thj market was 6tcady and tho demand fair, consumers taking No. 2 mixed at 29 Jc and No. 2 white at 31 J. At tlie close sellers were firm. Corn The market was slow and easy at 9Jo0c for No. 3. mixed,and 5050Jc, for Na 2 mixed. Ear corn was bcarce and wanted by feeders closing at 5052c. 'When Was dull and easier ana most trades wore withheld. Tho market closed ut $1 01 03J for regular No. 2 red on truck, but u saloof elevator stock was heard of at $1 02A. Hard wheat was offered at $1 Oii(W)l 07, and longberry at SI 0S1 0!), but both grades were scurce. EIvo'Ntoch Market. Cincinnati, Oct. 10. Cattla Common to fair bliipjers, J?-l 505 15; good to choice, $5 2o()5 85; good to choice butchers, $4 00(")1 75; fair to medium, $3(o) 3 75; common, $1 75(275; good to choice cows, $4 1 5(h good to choice heifers, S4 2o(,'l 75; common to fair oxen, S2 50iu) 3 60; good to choice, $3 754 stock-era and feeders, S3 55(il 25, and some extra at $4 75, and some light, yearlings and .calves, S2 503 50. Hogs Selected butchers' and heavy shippers, il 0o5 25; with some of the on sale; fair to good packing, $4 500-1 05; fair to good light, $1 ti5($5 15: common, $l() 4 50; culls, stock hogs, $3 60 4 50. Sheep Mai kot quiet and easv, with common to fair sheep at $2 7503 60; good to choice, $3 754 25, and some extra at $-1 50; culls, SI 5002 50; stock wethers, $3 00(0,3 75; stock ewes, $2 750 3 50. Lambs The market for good lambs ruled firm, with common to fair, &104 50; good to choice, $1 7505 23, and somo extra at $5 50; calls, S3 25M 1 00. Chicago, Oct. 10. Hogs Tho market was easier, with fair to good light, $4 85 05 20; mixed packing, $4 404 75; choice heavy, $-1 8005 15. Cattle Market easier, but generally steady; export, $0 0 50; good to choice shinning, $5 405 00; common to raeuium, i uwyo iv, rango steady, Texans, S3 7004 45; Wyoming, $4, wintered Texans, $4 05: half breed. S4 40. Sheep Market brisk and, firm. r v MBS New Advertisements. kNABE UNEQUALLED in Tone, Toncft. WorlcmansliiD & DnralJility. WILLIAM KJVABB CO. Noi.!04nnd206 Wet Baltimore Stroct, Baltlmora Ko. 112 Fifth Avenuo. If ow York. rpo Kates lor ml-JL vertlslnn In t'97 uoort nownimners sent fiee Address GKO. P. KOWELL is. ft)., 1ft, BpVuce street, N.Y, KNABE PIANOS. 37. Second h( !-(, lajsvillo. Ky. Xj. JS. Agt, PIANOS and ORGANS, :7,Socoiul Ntirrt,.l(ii.yNvllle, My, L. JPn METGEK, At. THE I'JiACi: TO KT CHKAV SUJTS IS AT GEOBGE ORltJh:t mehaiuly SUTTON STP.LET. A, R. GLASCOCK & CO i! Is the best place to get bnignlnnln DRY ALLEN & CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRUGGISTS, S. W. Cor. Main & Fifth, CINCINNATI, OHIO. iiu uuvfviuu .j vugii oiuuiw t IfniUH. UAVIl Icluc. l'nlnm, OIU A l)yo NtlllTu. They nru tho proprietors of tlio original and gonuiuti caahauasborttlmo buyers particularly J.C.PECOK$(GO. Keep constantly on liantl a mil supply of School nud ISIuiik 1 1'encIN, Pens, fopy Hooks. Blntes, Katcliels, Inks. Willing Paper, Knvelopet, Ac. Carpel nud building iuper nlways In Mode. .Wall Paper, Window Shades, , Pure Drugs, Teas, Spices, Patent Mciltclnes, DyeHtuiIx, Oils nml Vuriilslifx.i lunrHiuul Tobacco, Perlumeiy, Toilet Ai tides ,vc, Ac. COLD BLAST J. D. EASTON & CO., Corner Wall iilMH'roiit Mm. Feather beils cleaned of all Impurities on hliort notice. All beds welshed boloio and after cleaulna. You nre Invited to call nml see your own woik done. oct3d&wtf J. D. KArifON A CO. SIMMONS' Dedicated Well-water. A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases of the Kidneys. HAS been used with most BratllyhiB In mnuy obstinate cases. Prof, K, W. Clark, professor of ChcmMry at the University or Cincinnati sas this wuter "belongs to the same class with that of the Alleghany. Hurluus, ot Virginia," the medicinal virtue, of which are too well known to be stated bore. Those who deslie to try this famous water are referred to Captain C. W. Hoyd, hevannn Ohio; Camaln O. M. Hollowny, Cincinnati, Ohio; J. J. Itnlpe, Cincinnati, Ohio. For sale lu half barrels nnd juks by uua. HiJHiUMH, iroprietor. m23d&wtf Aberdeen. Ohm. Before INSURING YOUR LIFE -EXAMINE THI TONTINE Savings Fund Plan -OK THE- EQUITABLE IFE ASSURAKCE goCIETY. Instead of iuvehtlne In stocks, bonds or oth or uecuiitlcH or depositing In Havings Itauka EXAMINE THIS PLAN of lusurauco, which not only yields n rotum as an Investment, but ulves Immodlnte Indemnity lu cabo of death. Assets $48,000,000. JOS. F. BKOimiCK, Hccond Street, MAYSVILLE, KY SCROFULA and all scrofulous diseases, Sores, Erysipelas, Eczema, Ulotches, King worm, Tninors, lSoils, and Eruptions of the Skin, are tho direct result ot an Impure stato of the blood. To euro these diseases tbo blood mast bo purified, and restored to a healthy and natural condition. Aveu'h SAU8.VPAnii.LA liai for over forty ye us been recognized by eminent medical authorities as tho most powerful blood purifier In oxlstuucu. It frees tho sjstem from all foul humors, em Iclics and strengthens tho blood, removes all truces of mercurial treatment, and proves Itself a complete master of all scrofulous diseases. A Itocent Cure of Scrofulous Sores. "Somo months ago 1 was tioublod with scrofulous isore (ulcers) on my logs. The limbs wero badly swollen and Inuatned, ami the sores largo quantifies of otlenmlvo matter. Every remedy I tried failed, until I used AYnn'3 S.utsAVAiuu.A, of which I have now taken three bottles, with the result that tho sores aro healed, and my Roneral health greatly Improved. I feel Verj grateful for the good vourmtdlclnohnstlouo inc. Youis rospcctiully. Jilts ASN O'lHu.ix " Its Sullivan St., Xew York, ,)uuu 21, CJ?" All persons Interested nre Invited to rail on Mrs. O'Urian ; nlxo upon the ltev. ,. I. Wilds of 7 East fi4th Street, New York City, who will take pleasure in testifying; to the wonderful efllcucy of Ayev's tint only In the cure of this lady, but In his own case and many others within his know U'dc;o. Tho well-known urlleron the Iintlon Ifrrahl, 1). Y. Hall, of llochttter, .Y.wrltcs, June T, 1(62: " Having sulTered severely lor some jcars with Eczema, and having failed to find relief J rom ot her remedies, 1 have made use, during tho pat threo months, or Avr.n's Sausai'Aium.a, which uns etleeted n crimpltte cure. I consider It a remedy for all blood Aye r's Sarsapariila stimulates and regulates tho action of tho and assimilative organs, renews and strengthens tho vital forces, nnd speedily cures Ithciiinatlsni, Neuralgia, llhoiiinatic Omit, Catarrh, General Debility, and all diseases arising from an Impoverished or corrupted condition of the blood, and a weakened vitality. Jt Is incomparably tho cheapest blood mcdiclno, on account of Its concentrated strength, and great power over disease l'lmfAHEI) nv Dp. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists; prlco 91, six bottles for 55 M1ANNAFRAZAB, :Dealcr in: Dry Goods and Notions, Furnishing Goods Uool:, SttIoieiy and General Merchandise. UNDERWEAR for small chlldien nnd grown petsonsu A loigo stock of Knit Goods of all kinds. Novelties of all k lids and VEUY LOW. My .stock Is c niideto In all Hues nud I guarantee satisfaction lu nil cases. The public patioiunce N solicited, slikltt .MISS ANNA KUAZAIt. AC T oe F. L. TRAYSER, :Denler In PIANOS ! ORGANS. ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED I PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED I Front Street, MaysvilSe. T. Lowry, -.Dealer In: P AMILY GROCERIES Tens, QueeiiNwarc, Cigars. Glassware, Tobaccos. Xotlons. nrlcenald for count rvnrodnce. Jyl3dtf Corner Fourth and Plum stieets. Piles! Piles!! Piles!!! Old BHOWN'S PILE Ol RE will curenny case of protruding or ulcerated bleeding Piles by a few applications. A trial will convince any ono who Is uutlerlng with this loathsome disease that what wo say Is true. For sale by GEORGE T.WOOD, Wholesalo Druggist, JciiOd&wtm Mnysvllle, Ky. LYON&HEALY State & Monroe Sis., Chicago Will Mini ptnintl to ny vl.lr.u tbali ,. 'rim UANUUAIAlUUUt, for !))!. VM pmct, ilu t.i(rntvp ot IcitruminU, bulu, Cll Iklu, rompoDs, j'.iaui'ii, viijiinr. iMtDdi. t'rnm mw, rinirt, IIU. Rumlrr Itan I OuIf.U. uurui., uo inciu.in iniir lotmnilK.. Jl vfciiM ror Amsuitr iiituai. au ClU:ntJI. ofCholb. IUuJ Miulc febl2dAw!v FRESH OYSTERS ! Rest brands served In nuy style, DAY OK NIGHT at R.M.WILLETT'S Restaurant, My establishment has lutely been lltted up In handsome style, and suppllod with ever convenience. Oooklnfj unexcolled. It. M. WILLKTr, 6S0d3m No. 8. M arket street, jr. McOAIlTUEY , Licensed Auctioneer J a for Mason nnd adjoining counties. Orders left at tho Bulletin ofilco will recolvo prompt attention. P. O. address Alt. Carmol IOU enn't write unless you have GOOD INK I Frank R. Fhister has for sale all of the leading and get n bottle. JR.EJ) and BLACK INK ARNOLD'S INK In quarts, pints nnd one-half pints, ARNOLD'S t OPY1NO INK In quaits and pints. CARTER'S FLUID In quints, pint nnd small bottles. CARTER'S COPYING INK In quarts, pints nnd pints, RUTLER'S LA UELLh VIOLE1' In quarts, plntsnnd small bottles. UUTLEK'S VIOLET In quarts. TRKAHI'RY VIOLhT COPYING In quarts nt d pints. STAFFORD'S, all kinds, In quarts, plnis, one-halt pints two ounco and oiip ounce sizes. URENTANO'S LONDON EXC1IEQUR JEr HLACK INK, the llnest lor lncJlfH uso known. Thenbovulsonly a paitlal list ol Inks. All the lending brands of RED INK and MUCILAGE. Esterbrook "CD "PI TNX S Y Faber's and Eagle Pencil Co.'s LEAD PENCIL STOVES W. B. Carpenter &. Oo.'s BLANE BOOK layCnll and bee them. Correspondence Invited. Address SIAYSVILTE. KY. ,',,1 EGNEW : Wholesale uud JTXMTJrr&xi&o 3l"o In order to supply the Increasing demands of our trade we tlie continually nddli'u to oui supply of Stoves nud Tlnwnie. REMEMBER OUR STOOK IS ALL NEW linvlni; bpen recendy puirhasrd with u vlow to to the wonts of this uiniket. Cook Stoves of the best niiiktw Hmtluu Htovtsln meat vailuty. Mantels nud liiates oi every kind always on hand and soldut the LOWEST RATES, fall and examine our new slock. sepl Corner Miukct nnd Thlrn ritieets, Muynvlile, Ky. W- COME AT LAST! DS :The greatest le luetlon over known In the history of: Farm Wagons, Wheat Drills, Cider 31 ills, Wire Fencing Fan Hills, F(c, Rut the most remarkable of nil Is the astounding LOW PRICE ol tho GENUINE COLUMBUS BUGGY, Manufactured Expressly For Us From tho best materlnl found lu Amerlcn, thus enabling us to warrant It equal to nny mode in this or any other country. Luiko Invoices are now bolnn lecelved for tue Fair. All mo Invited to call and see the work whether they desire to purchase or not. MYALL, RILEY & PORTER, No. 7, Second, and 18, Sutton Sts., THE BEST PLACES nnftTR -TO MANTf ? j uuniLuj mmiiLLU) inuimiL) liuij IS Blatterman OUR SPECIALTIES. Lntest nud most Improved styles ol Cooklnu nnd Hentlnij Stoves, mnile nt Wlitellm.', W Vn,. of hot blast charcoal Iron, warranted not to haveafclngle ounceof scrap lu them. These btnves. of course, wear tho longest. IIOVNK FUltNINII IN JI)H of nil kinds nnd tho Rest quality. lVEKIU.KKS IE CUKAM has no complications beyond tho capacity of a child. Tho can sots squarely nny where. Tho dasher Is LITTLE JOKKK WANIIING M AOHIIV Cheap and EITectlve. Rest made. UVEKN OF TIIJ5 WEST AVATElt DKA1VER, which saves half of the labor of drawing wnter from n well or cistern. KAKEY UIIEAKFANT t'OOIIINtt NTOVE, which Is admitted by nil who have used It to nave no superior. can;anu seo it. can npU3dly brand". Sieltct your favorite nud call BLUE anil GKEEN. n p & Gillott' S f '!2& is ji Al & ALLEIT. lutnil In ; : MAYSVILLE, KY. BUY- TIUMR E, ETC, AT & Power's. anu see us wnetner you wisn to uuy or noi, BLATTERMAN & POWER.