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FRIDAY EVE., OCTOBER 12, ,1883. BOBBER ft MoOABTHY, Publishers and Proprietors, To Whom Addbms All Commukioationh TO-DAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. For Bale Base burning stove. Lost Watch charm. Tiikrr was a man in our town, And he was wondrous wise, He scorned the uso of printers' Ink And didn't advertise. But when he found his buslnoss gono, With nil his might and main,' He rushed unto the printing house And used It once asaln. Messrs. Owens & Barklev havo lately received some very hnndsotno brasu Are sets. The steamer Clipper has resumed her place in the Augusta and Maysville trade. , Wild geese are flying southward and for that reason nn early winter is predicted. Messrs. Romnson & Co. received at the Riploy fair threo premiums for the best flour. t m - Cholera is raging among the hojjs in Bracken county, and many havo died of tho disease. A orange fair will be held near Eagle Creek Bridge, in Brown county, Ohio, on tho 18th inst. John Wheeler to-day announces a reduction in the price of fish to 5, 8 and 10 cents a pound. The contract to put up tho telephone lino from Washington to Maysllck has been awarded to Mr. James Huff. The city hogs are constructing a wallow on Court street, in front of the office of Doctors Smith aud Wardlo. Messrs. Blatterjian & Power sold yesterday four handsome marbleized iron and slato mantels, and partly closed a trado for threo moro. At Alex. McClintock k Son's Bale of registered Jersey cattle, at Lexington, on the 9th inst., fifty-five head aggregated S14.C90, averaging $272. The Beo and Times says that Mr. Theodore Collins is tho only living settler of Riploy. Ho is now eighty-two years of ago and in robust health. Some of tho Bluegrass planters prefer to cover their tobacco barns with tin. They think tho curing process is more satisfactory under a metal roof. A Maysville sow whipped three dogs in a fair fight in front of tho Bulletin office on Thursday afternoon. Wo vorily believe a Maysvillo hog could jump over tho court house if it tried. The Louisville Gas Company at n recent meeting decided to reduco tho price, of gas from $2 to $1.80. If gas can bo profitably made at Louisville for that prico it ought certainly bo supplied in Maysvillo for less than $3. As compared with tho rates in other cities tho price hero is exorbitant. The news has been received in this city of tho death recently of Mrs. John Kempor, formerly Miss Maggio Weedon. at Maiden, Montana. Tho sad news will be received with sincere regret by her many friends. She leaves an infant only a few days old. Tho remains will bo brought hero and interred in tho family burial ground at Millwood. . Samuel G. Rogers, sr., and Samuel Rogers, jr., appeared for examination before two magistrates at Mt. Olivet on Thursday, but county attorney Winfiold Buckler declined to prosecute, and tho caso was dismissed. Hon. E. C. Plaster, of Maysvillo, Mr. Thomas Kennedy, of Carlisle, and Judge 0.( S. Deming, of Mt. Olivet, were present in bohalf of tho defendants. Attention is called to tho advertisement of Mr. J. James Wood, who announces tho arrival of his stock of goods for tho fall trado. He deals directly with tho manufacturers, and is therefore able to offer tho best torins to tho trade. 1 1 i3 pharmaceutical preparations are prepared with tho greatest care, and aro guaranteed to bo correct in preparation, and mado of tho best ingredients. Ho invites tho pubuo to call. A despatch from Grayson to tho Cincinnati Commercial Gazette says: Craft arrived hero this evening. For somo time after leaving Lexington ho continued his frenzied declaration of innoconco, sing a hymn and grow calmer. Deputy U. S. Marshal Heflin boarded tho train nt Mt. Sterling, and Craft, in convocation assured him of convicting nn innocent man by forced and paid ovidonco. Craft assorted that Heflin know his if ho would only speak tho truth, but expressed tho belief ho had not ono grain of truth in him. Tho took matters ccolly. PERSONALS. . i Mrs. John Owens, of Louisville, is the guest of Miss Lido Berry. Miss Lido Berry has returned from a visit to Bowling Green and Louisville. Mr. J. M, Glenn and family, of Nicholas county, have removed t Missouri. Messrs. John Adamson and Ed. Brown have gone to the Louisville Exposition. Mr. W. L. Owens and wife, of Chicago, and Mrs. John N. Owens, of Louisville, are the guests of the family of Mr. Fred. Dressel. Mr. A. J. Buckler, formerly of Mt. Olivet, is city attorney at El Paso, Texas, and is doing well in his profession. Ho removed to Texas about three years ago. Ellis Craft. Special to Daily Bulletin. Grayson, Ky., Oct. 11. Everything is in readiness for tho execution to-morrow. Tho gallows is erected in a flat three hundred yards from tho jail. At tho prisoner's request ho was immersed into the Christian Church this morning. He slept well last night, and still protests his innocence, though ho shows signs of breaking down. His family came from Catlettsburg and bade him good-bye to-day. Tho parting was a sad one. No excitement here and no trouble nntici pated. The following marriage licenses havo been issued in Brown county, Ohio, since our last report : Thomas M. Powell and Com C. Perkins. William C. Stephenson nncl Anglo Mur'.lu. James Gray nnd Bettle Fee, John Beck nnd Serepta Piirdiu. G. W. Pedruoro nnd Ella Balstr. John Cnrey Johnson and Rebecca Pool. Foster Davison nnd Jennie Pltzer. Joseph S. Wright and Anna Emmons. Samuel W. Brooks nnd Snrah L. We3U Frank Catnpboll nnd Annie Wagner. Carey Bare and Mrs. Lucreila Black. i A peculiar virtue in Ayer's Sarparilla is that while it cleanses and purges the blood from all corruptions and impurities, and thereby roots out all diseases, it builds up and invgorates the whole system, and makes one young again. cousfifpoiNis. MAYSLICK. A. G. Wilson, of Vnuceburg, was here this week. Mr. Basil D. Scott Is taking In the Louis, vlllo Exposition this week. Several of our citizens are attending the Gonuautown fair. Labe T. Sharpe, ol Cincinnati, was hero this week. Joe Wear, formerly of this place, but now of Illinois, Is visiting In this vicinity. Judge Charles Lytlo passed throueh lioie Wednesday on his way to Mt. Olivet, to bo in attendance ai mo uogurs tnai. Mr. Joshun Clary, sr., wishes to hire or take nsa partner, a good blncksmith. There Is ulso a good opening for a saddler, tailor, wngou, shoe nnd harness makers. The more the merrier. The Baptist Church is now completed, nnd does great credit to tho workmen, who weio nil from Mnsvillo. It will bo opened to the public next Sunday, the 11th lust. The Catholic Church, also under the management of Maysville workmen, Is being built very rapidly. Komko. Caterpillars aro seriously damaging Louisiana's cotton crop. Some of the tea recently condemned at New York has been admitted at London. Bartholemew Tarney, of Bath, county, N. Y., signalized his one hundredth birthday tho other day by walking tnreo mues. Tho Emperor of Brazil has given Prof. Lucerda $20,000 for his discovery of permanganate of potassium hypode'rmically injected, as an antidote for tho bite of the cobra. Hunters in Panther Creek swamp, in Mississippi, shot a deer thnt had a human skull impaled on one of tho prongs of its right horn. The prong had entered they eyo und grown up around tho skull bone. ' They aro now telling the story about a Chicago girl who insisted upon throwing her shoo after a newly married couple. Tho carriage is n total wreck; a doctor has the bride and horse under treatment, and large numbers of men aro searching the ruins for the coachman. An exchange says that a clorgyman in Western Massachusetts recently gave a notico on Sunday that owing to tho illness of his brother, who was rapidly nearing tho end, tho evening service would bo omitted. Tho choir immediately followed with tho hymn commencing, " What cheering words aro these !" o A few years ago efforts wore mado to acclimatizo sparrows in South Australia, and they have proved successful to a most inconvoniont extent, as tho birds havo lately increased so much and havo inflicted such sorlous damago on wheat, vegotablo and fruit crops, that a roward of sixpence per dozen has been oflered lor their heads by the government. " ' i m m - How Cholera Is Bred and Spread. In a communication to tho London Daily News Dr. Win. B. Carpenter suggests that Professor Tynd.ill's doctrine that cholera germs aro bred in tho human intestines, and from them by means of excremont aro diffused, does not go far enough in nssumingjby implication that tho human intestines nro the only breeding place of cholera germs. Dr, Carpenter gives threo romarkablo instances as ovidenco that cholera, or at least the almost equally fatal choleraic diarrhej, was caused by offensive by a rotarded drain in marshy ground, and by a compost heap of filth, in an unused yard. Tho outbreak of fatal diseaso iu each of theso cases was directly traced to theso sources, tho effluvium being borno on tho wind. In eaoh tho diseaso was successfully combated and finally conquorcd by a removal of tho filthy cause. OITY XTIEllvrs. Advertisements Inserted under this beading 10c per line for eaoh insertion. Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers. Iusuro with Sallee & Salleo. s23dlm Mosquito bars ready-made and made to older at Hunt & Doyle's. . Ladies' and children's Jerseys, all colors and sizes, at Hunt & Doyle's. Fresh Oysters. I am receiving daily the best brands of fresh oysters, which will bo served in any stylo desired day or night. I will also supply them by the can or half can. slSdltu John Hkiser, European Hotel. DjpsJ Dyes! We have just received ten gross of the celebrated Diamond Dyes, which includes the full line and all colors on the card. oll(12t Chenoweth & Co. Something New. Combined pocket book and in French and Persian Morocco. Salesmen's books iu American, Russia, and Alligator leather. Call and see them at Harry Taylor's, 23, Market street. Oysters! Oysters!! I am receiving daily the best brands of fresh oysters, which will be served in any tyle desired, day or niimt. I will also supply them by the can or half can. Jacob Lynn, oSdtf No. 35 Second St. Many forget that the hair and scalp need cleansing as well as the hands and feet. Extensive ube 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 and soothes the sc.ilp, anil stinuil ites tne hair to renewed growth and beauty. Liberal. The Kentucky Central during always to deal in a spirit of liberality with its patron, and to secure for them all benefits and advantiirei, hn arranged for another out of iuom delightful excursion'' to the Louicvire Exposition, at the merely nominal rate of S3 for tho round trip, on Monday, October loth, from Maysville tickets to be good reluming on any regular train fo: flvo davs from the ubove date. Ticket? on sale nt ticket ofllce at three o'clock p m., Saturday, October 13th. Excursion train will leave Maysville at six o'clock a. m. Don't forget the date and hour, or pass the opportunity of lending your presence to this grand enterprise, of which every Kentuckinn should be proud, and which you should aid by your presence. The expense ib virtually .lotliing. olldSr W. C P.vni.Ei:, Asient. KLTAIL MAHKh'T. Corrected dally by a. WGkiskl, groeei dcond street, Maysville, Ky. FLOUK. Limestone. i 7 re Maysville Family 6 23 Old Gold 7 On Mason County 6 23 Kentucky Mills 6 0t Magnolia, new 5 75 Butter. V to- 253) Ltiril.'m s 12U. Eggs, W dor.. 2) Meal$ peck 20 Chickens - 15(325 Molasses, fauoy " tio Coal Oil, gal. 20 (Sugar, granulated i tt .. IU " A.'Hft 10 " yellowHIb 8a Comb Honey IS Strained Honey 12k Hams, sugar cured V ... 15 Uacon, breakfast V tt .. M Hominy, V cnllou 20 Deans V gallon 4 Potatoes t peck, new . . IS OotJee rJ(hl5 MAYSVILLR COAL MARKET. Anthracite nt Elevators, per tou S3.'J5, delivered, iSM. YouKhloahouy nt Elevators, per bushel He. delivered lftc. Kaunwha nt Elovatovs, por bushel Ho. de-lived Vie. Pomery nt Elevators, per bushel 9c. loc. AXNOUNCEMEXT. Tor Mayor, Wonronuthorized to anuounce that M. F. MAHS1L Is n candidate for the ortlce of Mayor ol tho city of Maysville nt tho Jnuuniy election, 1SSJ. Wo nro nuthorlzod to announce that HORACE JANUARY Is a candidate for n Mayor of Maysville, nt the ensutnu January olectlou. Tor C'lTyGlcrlc, Wo nro authorized to announce that LANQHOUNE M. TAI1U Is n cnndldato for tho ofllce of City Cleric at tho eusuliif January election. Wo ao nnthorlzed to announce thnt I1AKKY TAYLOR Is n candidate for as City Cleric nt the cumiIuk January election. Tor Collector nml Treasurer. Wo nre authorized to nunnunco thnt E. E. I'EARCE Is a candldato for as Collector nnd Treasuier of Maysville at the ousning Jnuuaiy elecilou. r For MnrNlinl. Wo nio authorized to announce Mr. W. W W ATKINS as a candidate for Marshal at tho ensuing Jnuuaiy election, l&H. Wo nre authorized to announce JaMEB HA8SON, Br., ns u candidate for city nmnthnl nttho January election. Not ono cent lor electioneering purposes. Wo nro nnthorlzed to annouueo that W. B. DAWHON Is n candldato for the otllco of City Mondial, at tho onsulue January election, Ho solicit!! tho support of his friends. Wo nro authorized to announce that JAMES REDMOND is a candidate for as Marshal of Maysvillo nt tho ensuing January election, Tho support of hisfrionds Is solicited. MR. ROBERT W, BROWNING announces that ho Is a candidate lor City Marshal nt the eimulue January election, ou the first Monday in January, 1831. Your support is solicited. XcloaksIX CLOAKS! XclqaksIX On Taesdnjr, Wednesday, Thursday RBtl Friday, OCTOBER 16, IT, IS and 19, t -:We will make a fine display of: LADIES' CLOAKS, ' lenibraclug nil the new and desirable styles In: We invite an examination of the same by the Ladles of Mason aud adjoining counties, tur; Measures will be taken and garments niude to order If requlred."W A. R, GLASCOCK & CO. No. 20, Second Street, BS-NEW CASH DRY GOODS HOUSE. D. 1YL Runyon will offer on Monday, October ?, the following spfcLil bargains: 0,000 Yards New full standard quality, worth l cents nt 0V cents, others at 5 cents. Ten-quarter WIHTB BED BLANKETS S1.S0 nor pair: better nt S2.W ter pair up. White. Red aud Gray Blaukett nt all ptlces. Large and complete assortment of brown and bleached SHEETINGS, SHIRTINGS, PILLOW COTTON, CANTON FLANNELS Ac. nt the very lowest price. KENTUCKY JEAN, full assortment, cents and up. Ladles' Ueut's nnd Children's H03IERY auu us Licit tAiwu iuu asoiiuieumi uower prices winu eisewuere. Ladies' KID Gloves of reliable makes. HOOP SKIRT, CORSET., JERSEYS and HANDKERCHIEFS, in larjo uorunent. Sptcl.il htof three-row hemstitch, all linen. 25 cents, worth foity cents. Special dilvei In black and colored CASHMERES, low iellin to give satisfaction. WThe nttentlou quNl to tills Kale. FOR SALE. I70R SALE A mtcoi d.l'und hise burning I kO'Al as new fiieoj"). app y a. thlxoitlei.'. nvu w A good Doiuesile sewing FuR I"qutiet J..I. McCuithey, oi the t.C.tnnel 'bin for a!tt FOR RENT. KENT M iwoMuiy bitck 1?OR voiutM' Short u.l Strom fitieets Ize ol teet. Well ndaptmi tor grain nr tobacco Appl at ZWEIGART'SiiUMt vtoie. Hd LOF.T. (ST Between Newell A HemyS sioteand I j the liver, a llttie wa.cl. ch'irin with a iiimuunun cut ou It. Leave at NEWELL & HENKY'Stoie. ol'JdJt On SuiHlay, 1 etween the i evidence ol IOST W.J. Mcholl, on Sutton Mitet nm UlchimKon A ltiehV coiuei, u gold and coral breastpin. Please reiniti to Mi. Nlch oil or this otllce and be lewaided. A. R. BURGESS, Xo. 3, Second Micct, will offer on and after TIuumIhv, October 11, the lolloping great bargains: One thouuuu yaids of heavy, lull standard worth 60 cents per yard, for 25 cents, slightly damnged by water. One thousand yards ol heavy nine ounce Jean, suainnteed all parts wool tilling and made Iu Kentucky, w.rth 50 centh per yard, for 15 ceiits. A full nnd complete stock ol NEW DRESS GOODS, at bottom prices. Canton Flannels from S cents per ynid to '.'5 cents, one thousand vnrds of punts In good styles nnd fast color, o cents per yard. (Jent's heavy, all wool Red Undershirts, oith 31 GOenclilorSl.U). A lull line of new ToweN, Tablo Linens, Napkin, Jersey Gloves, Underwent, Bed Comforts and Blankets. Also a large and well-selected stock of Cloaks In all tho hew styles Jiut lecolved from New York. Fifty pieces of Uluijhnui at 5 cents u yaul. olldlm TOIt NAIiK. Residence, Old Jail and Cages. order of the Court of Claims of Mason County, we will sell on SATVRDAT, Oct. ST, 18S.3, at 2 p. m. ou the piemlKS, on southeast corner of Maiket and Fouith Mieetf, MayNVille. Ky., to tho highest bidder, the old Jail property, including uie lesuuuico aim 101, jail building nnd wall and all the cages, iron ceil", etc. cko. nam piuperiy win nu mjiu iiu mi entiietv or In separate paicels. Terms of in)e: Oue third cash In hand nnd the balance Iu slxaudtwolvo months, with Inteiest. Possession to bo given December 1, lJ, orassoon nsthe new Jail nnd lesldeuco Is completed, GARRETT S. WALL, olOd&wtd Chalimauof Jail Committee. HERMANN LANCE - o m CO JWAIlfloodsniid Work WA11UAMKI). Number 13, Second street, three doors below Market street, Maysvillo, Ky. nplllldly A CO.'S Compressed Yeast. T B. LOVEL, Agent, notifies the public JLV. thnt from this tlmo on ho will be prepared to furnish compressed yeast to all who inaywuutit. ol0d3t 5 MAYSVILLE, KY. Style Fancy Prints priced DRESS GOODS Just received. Wear- of close CASH BUYERS is earnestly re- octCdtf 14,508 Boxes sold in a year Dy ONE Druggist of Act Tlrectlv oti tlic Liver. Corks Chills avd Fkver, Dvspepsi, Sick HmiuciiE, niL!.rs Colic, itiiKL'MATisu, Piles. Palpitation or tiik HKnT, r IZZINKSS. Tolll'IDLlVKB, ClUTKnlOVrjUE, rLKEI'LwNKsS, AND ALL. DISE.SI.SOFTIIE LlK AND faTOMACII. If iu do not "feel riry Hell." a single pill nt bM nie Jilmu'arei itie stoniacb, restores the app 'the lir.iurts Uor to the system rarKiWWrii . I W I W BMffljrFl J Mtl f 1 Q nLiJ KWlBtsgfilMtraiftHaartgTBS R.E. SELLERS & CO,, Pittsburgh, Pa, JOHN WIlKULKIt, tDealer in: CONFECTIONERY, Fruit, Fish, Ac, H. F. HEM IN'GWAY & CO.'S "ANCHOR" BRAND Eaw Oysters, TO-.VY'S imcici:s. S. .quart Onus "'a FAVORITE, quart cull Mo ANi'HOH, s niKliud, quart cans 35o SELECT quart cans M . Wa N. . SADDLE ROCK, quint cans (Oo HULK, per quait., FIdH 5,Snudl0o LEGAL NOTICE. MASON CIRCUIT COTRT. John C. Tate and 1 n ,wiHnll Frauds C. Tate, his wife, f "n l,etulou ox- Noilce Is heieb.v given that John C.Tate, and Francis C. Tate, his wife, Hied in the clerk's otllce of the Mason county court, on tho I) til day of October, 1833, u petition nklug that the said Francis C. Tato be empowered by the said couit to act as a feme sole, with nil tho lights, privileges and Immunities provided by Bee. 0, of article 2, chapter 5.', of tho general statutes of Kentucky. Witness: Ben. D. Parry, clerU of cald couit, the 0th day of October, 1&1. QhUlOt BEN. D. PARRY. Cleik M. O. C. TEAK IX MINI THAT JOHN BURDIIME will stand for maies fioni October 1, to November 10. nt MOSE DAULTON & BRO.'S Lively, Sale aud Feed stable, tit il'i to Insure a mare in ton). John Uurdlue Is by Almout, tbu lending she of tt otters first dam by Brown Chief, tho sou ol Mmnbrluo Chloi, second dam by Beittai d Ac. oyltt MIDl'M) XOT.I'AII. to see the Ivory lluUh Clifton nud Avalou CHAMBER SETS, Oat Meal Sots. Mush nnd Mill: Sets, Pitchers, Vases and other new goods now being ills, pla ved lu the sboiv windows ofU. A. 'rt China Stole, No. 21, Sutton St. Dlw Fresh OYSTERS. AM lecelvlugdally the best bratids of I which will be served In nil styles. lor salo also by tho can, hull-can or In bulk at leasonablo pi Ices. T. J. NOLIN, nt Blerloy'sconlectlonory store, Second St. CYCLONE in PRICES. "1T.OAKS, tho flnest In the city. Flannels, j 12V3c, IIJSrc. nnd upwards. One hundred pieces ol Iudlgo Calico, 7'c. Glughains, fie , Slac. nud 10c. Fifty pieces of Cashmere will be sold atn bargain. Blankets, SI.00,S1.25nnd uploSlO. oSlw MRS. A.J.WILLIAMS. LAND FOE SALE ! rtiO bo sold to the highest blddor, on day, Octolior id, my farm jolniugtho fairground. Also tho land above tho pike. Terms one-third cash, tho balance In oue, two and threo years, bearlug 8 per cout. Interest.. Salo at 10 a.m. s2tw JUDITH CALVERT. , KxvmiAtiMttlAJi'