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V - MlK'S' ;)Ht t - f STRANGE SUICIDE. Extraordinary Proak of a Young Business Man. DrefitlneHlmBclf For IBI tVcddlnjj find Dellfrerittofty Ulna nelf Instead of Co lac t JKcnrt IIIh Itrlrie Kemnrknble Coolu ol tlic Deed A NtrnuRT Came. ' "DrrKn StxiwsKY, 0., Oct. lrt. A startling sensation was created hero by the deliberate suicide of Fowler Berry, cmr partner in the dry goods firm of h. b Berry & Co He ureeised himself in the afternoon in las weeding sit it preparatory to starting at nilu for Cincinnati, where it is suul arrangements were bein? made for lua marriage to an estinuiblo young lady of that city, on Wednesday, About 6 o'clock he walked into his b to re, and, after all were gone to supper, bolted the front door, went to the carpet room up stairs, and, laying his head upon a small roll of carpet, urew his revolver, which is a and maoing it immediately behind Ins right eur. sent a ball through his head. Wlien his brother Foster returned from supper he was astonished at lauding the door fastened on tho inside. Upon the arrival of one of the clerks a window glass was broken out iu the real part of the store, and, going up stairs, the terriblo discovery was made. It is believed that death was instantaneous, as he still hold the instrument of death in his hand. The ball passed clear through his head, and lodged in the carpet underneath. A note addressed to his brut he was found at the head of the stairs, which stated that he, deceased, was washed, dressed and shaved, ami all ready to be placed iu tho coilln. He had even taken tho precaution to button his overcoat close around his throat and tie a handkerchief around his head to prevent the Wood from soiling his clothing. When the news was carried to the ho'd9 of his parent, who wero still sitting h fX tb tea table, tho scene was heart rending and can bo bettor imagined than told. Tha cause of bis ra?h act is unknown. Ho wits young man of lino business irreproachable character, and this sk!dcn freak of his baa asUi gloom over tbia -entire city, TJELEQRAPH. General MurStot. Cdccikrati, Oct 1G. Leaf Tobacco Prices at the first sale were as follows: S14 60, $10 60, $14 75, ?7 CO, $16, $17, S1G 25, 511 75, $15 76,816, $17 75, $7 40, $10, $18, 23, $13 60. Butter The demand for consumption continues go ex I, and prices for ehoiccfttablo btock remain firm. Choice fresh bright fancy creamery sold at 32c; cold stoiuge of a prime to choice quality sold at 25m30c Strictly fancy dairy was in good demand ml tirm, bciug taken by consumers at 21y 2Gc Prime to choice dairy was firm at 1823c, but medium grades were quiet at 10l(5c, and grease butter t 6(t8c Cheese The market is easy, with a moderate demand. Prime to choice Ohio quoted at 100101c, and No York at 12!13Jc. KggH Wero in Sight supply and active demand at 20aZn bid by buyers; sales to the leulai Mwiruptivo trade at 21c for strictly choico trvuh Urnlit Markets Chicago, OcU 10. Wheat unsettled, irregular and weak because of lare receipts, unfavorable reports fiom the East ana Europe and it small shipping demand. It opened Jo below Saturday's prices, Jc, recovered c and closed Jtoiic lower than Saturday; October, 91 J c; November, l)l!c; December, 14 J-o Com Opened a shade below Saturday's close, weakened fo reactetl under liberal coverings by the shorts and closeu c lower than Saturday; October, 48)c; Noveinbei. 474; December, 40$, lteceipt etpiulled 516 cars, 810 contract. Uata Neglected and steady; October, 27 Jc, November, 28 Jo, December, SSijc New YottKfOcU 16. Flour Quiet and price without material change. No. 3, S2 203 30; St. Louis extra, $3 7Mi7 00; round hoop Ohio, S3 7b(fyi 50; Southern flour quiet but steady: common to choice extra, $3 006 (J2J. Wheat Spot steady and without important change; options irregular, closing, very steady and with a fraction of tho best figures' of the days; spot sales of ungraded at 93c $1 12; No. 3 red atSl Crfc; Na'S'dbatSl 10J 1 11, and Na 1 white &t$l 15? No. 2 red $1 10 seller, November; $1 12 seller December. Corn Sjots quiet but steady, options irregular, closing J()Jc lower for the day, spot rales of ungraded mixed at 61(o"V3c, of No. 3 at 50jc and No. 2 at 5WMi j; No. 2 mixed 58J(59lc (October, 6UJg503c November; 59693o December. Oals Spots quiet and lower in some cases. Options weak and lc lower; No. 2 mixed 35Jc seller November; 3(jjc, seller December. 1.1 v Mode Market, CifClNNATitOcL 10. Cattle Common to fail shippers, $4 605 25; good to choice, $5 4O5 90; good to choice butchers'. $rl 004 75; with some extra stock higher; fair to medium, $3 003 75; common, SI 752 75; good to choice cows, $44 50; gooJ to choice heifers, S4 254 75; common to fair oxen, $2 50 3 50; good to choice, $3 754 7o; and feeders, $3 554 25, and some extra at $-1 50, and somo light, yearlingsand ;alves $2 503 50. Hogs Select and heavy shippers, $4 G54 85, and sotoe oxtra at $5; fair to good packers. $4 404 05; fair to gootl light, $4 50 4 75; common, $3 904 40; culls, $3 3 85; stock hogs, $3 60 1 50. Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 10. Hogs, steady at S4 4U()o UU liAST LlltKKTY, 1'U., UCU 1U. CattlO 30- tive and unchanged. Hogs Dull; $5 10, a -5 25: Yorkers. 4 fl&& - r 5 40. Sheep Unchanged. St. Louis, Oct. 10. Hogs slow; shade stronger for heavy, Yorkers, $1 80 1 1,0; mixed packing, $4 05 1 70; butchers', M J05 00. . ' U. STYaui, 111., Oct. 10. Hogs Light mixqd at 1 705 10; mixed packing, $420t 60; heavy shipping grades, $4 C55 00. Eaot Buffalo, N. Y., Oct 10. Hoga Soiling; Yorkers, $i 755 00; common, $4 405 05; medium heavy, $-1 90 5 25. New Advertisements, KnMB Cj UNBQTJALLED IN r TonB,Toncli,orlanansIu"D&Dnralility. WHJuTAM KNABE & CO. Nos. 204 and 20fl West Baltimore Street, Baltimore. No. 112 Fifth Avenue. New YorJc rpO Rates for ad JL vertlslng in tWifood newfcpnpors sent freo Address GEO. P. HOWELL & UO., 10, Spruce street, N. Y. KNABE PIANOS. 37, Second Htroof MnyMvlllo y. Xjt. JT. 3VT -A-Rt. PIANOS and ORGANS, 37tScconl layHlllc, Ii.y, L. IT, 31ETGiiH, A-$Zt. TJIK riiACiriO G1.T CHKA1 BED-ROOM SUSTS IS AT GEOBGJE OHl9Jr.'s; tncliSldly SUTTON HTRI'ET. A. R. GLASCOCK & CO 'I Is tho best place to get bargains lu DRY GOODS. ALHEN & CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRUGGISTS, S. W. Cor, Main & Fifth, 7 OINOINNATI, OHIO. Invito nttontlon to thoir stock W Tivnxn. StaU ldne, l'nlntatOlUA lyo StolTs. Tbey nro tho proprietors of tho original and gonulno AlIcn,NorTet:ItonoIJtHliueiit.Tlioorder9oi cashandshorttliao buyers particularly eollcltoO 114,503 Boxes sold in a year by ONE ijruggist oi prrJT I !1t Act Directly on tlic Liver. CfRvs Chills avi ravsn, Byhveim, Sick Hkdachk, BiliocsColi', Oinntii'a TION, Hnia'MATIhM. VlLKH, PALPITATXUM ok Tin: HnAur, I izzinum. Toui'IdLivkb, rOATklToS(ILK. fiLICE1'LKHNlrt. AND ALf. DISEA8K9 OK TUB LlVKH AND &TOUACH. It ou do not reel very wen." u single pin at stimulates the stomach restores the appetite. Imparts vigor to tho system R.E. SELLERS & CO., Pittsburgh, Pa. COLD BLAST FEATHER CLEANING MACHINE, J. D. EASTOM St CO., Cor nor Wall ami Front Mm, Feather beiU cleaned of nil ImpurltlcH on short notice. All beds weighed before nnd after cleaning. Yon nrc Invited to call nnd see your own work done. octSd&wtf J. D. EASTON & CO. SIMMONS' Dedicated yff ell-water. A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases of the Kidneys. been used with most crntlfylng success HAS lu runny obstlnnto enbes. Prof, F. W. Clark, professor of ChemiUry nt tho ufalv versltypf Clnclnnntl says this water "belong to the bamo class with tliat of the Alleghany BprlnKs, ot Virginia' the medicinal virtue of which are too well kuown to be stated here. Those who desire to try this famous water are referred to Captain 0. W. Boyd, JLevnnna Ohio; Captnlu C. M. Hollowny, Cincinnati, Ohio; J. J. Halpe, Cincinnati, Ohio. For salt-In half barrels nnd jUKs oy UUS. felilMONB, Proprietor, p23d&wtt Aberdeen, Oh(o. Before INSURING YOUR LIFE EXAMINE THE TONTINE Savings Fund Plan -OK THE- , EQUITABLE IFE ASSURANCE KOGIETY. Instead of Juvestlne In stocks, bonds or oth er securities lu Huvlngs Ra.uks EXAMINE THIS PLAN of Insurance, which not only yields n return as an Investment, but gives Immediate indemnity lu casGOf death. ) ' ' ! i ': ' - i i Assets $48,000,000. ' - ' ' ' .1 i, JOS. F. BRODHIC22, Second Btreet, MAYSVILLE, ICY SCROFULA nnd all scrofulous1 diseases Sores; Erysipelas, Kczcmn,BlotchoslMngworniTumor0 Carbuncles, Itolls, and jEruptlonfl of tho Skin, are tho direct result of an Impuro stato of tho blood. To cure theso diseases' the Mood must bo purified, and restored to a hoalthyand natural condition. Ayeu'b SAnsAxAiULLA has for oror forty years been recognized by cmlnont modlcal au thorltles as the most powerful blood purifier In existence It frees tho system from all foul enriches and strengthens the blood, removes nil traces of mercurial treatment, and proves Itself a complcto muter of all scrofulous diseases. A IE o cent Curo of Scrofulous Bores 11 Some months ago I v m troubled with scrofu Iouh sores (ulcers) on my legs. Tho limbs wero badly swollen ana Inflamed, nnd the sores discharged largo quantities of ollenstvo matter. Every remedy I tried failed, until X used Ayer's SATtsArAiULLA, of which I Lnvoiiow taken tbreo bottles, with tho result that tho sores aro healed, and my gcuoral health greatly improved. I feel very grateful for tho good your medicine has dono too. Yours respectfully, Sins. Ann O'llitiAXt" 148 Sullivan St., New York, dune 21, 1SW. CIT" All persons Interested nro Invited to rail on Mrs. O'Hrlun ; also upon the Kv. Z. P. AVllds of 78 Cast 54th Street, Now York City, who will tnko pleasure In testifying: to tho wonderful ofUcncy of Ayor's not only In tho cure of this lndy, but in his own case and many others within his knowledge Th6 v, ell-known writer on (he Rotten Herald, B. W TlALL, of Rochester, A".., writes, Juno 7, 1882: " Havincr suffered soverolv for somo venrs with Eczema, nnd having failed to find relief from other remomes, i navo maiio use, aurtng mo past turco months, of Ayek's Saksapaiiilla. which has effected a complete cure, I consider it a remedy for all blood diseases." Ayer's Sarsaparilla stimulates and regulates tho action of tbo and assimilative organs, renews and strengthens tho vital forces, and speedily cures nhcuinntlsm, Neuralgia, Kheuinntlo Gout, Catarrh, General Dohlltty, nnd nil diseases arising from an Impoverished or corrupted condition of tho blood, and a weakened vitality. It is incomparably tho cheapest blood medicine, on account of Its concentrated strength, and great power over disease. f I'UEPAUED BY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowoll, Mass. Sold by all Druggists; prico SI, six bottles for $& MMANNA FRAZAR -:Dealer Dry Goods and Notions, Furnishing Goods Uooks, Btntlouery and Geneial MerchaudUe. for small children and growu peisons n A largo stock ol Hand-Made Knit Goods of all Kinds. Novelties of aM k nds nnd Pill-OES VERY LOW. My stock c riplHe In all linos nnd I Kuaiantee KiitUfnction In ah cac. The puolic pattonnuo NhoHrItid amtt MISBANNA KKAZAlt. MANUFAC R, L. TRAYSER, ;I)ealer lu PIANOS '1 0RGAN8. ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED I PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED I Froni Street, SSn'KvMle. T. Lowry, -:Dealer In:- F UML GROCERIES Teas, QueciisifKrc, Cigaivs. OlasHware, Tobaccos. IVotions. Highest cash price paid for conn try produce. Jyl&Uf Corner Fourth and t'lum Htreots. PHes! Piles!! Piles!!! O LU BKOWN'S PILE Ol'RE Will cure auy caso of protruding or ulcerated bleeding Piles by a few applications. A trial will convince any one who Is suffering with this loathsome disease that what wo my Is tru. For sale by GEOKGK T. WOOD, Wholesale Druggist, Jo3Gd&wim Maysvlllo, Ky, LYON&HEALYr siaio a Monroe stsi:nicago. vVHr W Ul (tnil pftpntd to Arty J4rM title k'M for HAHTl l3, yOO OflTALUOUr. I"y, MJ titrn.tji I L 7mL of IbitruiatiiU. SulU, Cp, iWlw, Drum Mil or'. Miffi. &a.l ,'IUb, Sundry lril OuthU Jttr.Ho aiitemii. iuo lnciucM imuuctioo ana ii tcM tor Amliir Hnudu anil a CVli2u tt Ctok Uti&il Wmto. febl2d&wlv FRESH OYSTERS ! Host brands served In any stylo, DAY OR NIUin;ut K.M.WXLLETT'S Restaurant, My establishment has lately boon fitted up In handsome stylo, nnd supplied with ovor convenience. Cooking unexcelled. It. Al. WILLETT, eSOdSm No. 8. Market street, J J, McCARTHKY, Licensed Anctloneer s for Mason and adjoining counties. Orders left at the Bulletin oitlco will receive prompt attention P O. address Mt. Carmel J WEaMM WMk ;;f .hi YOU can't write unless you have GOOD IN3CI Frank H. Phister hnsf6r salo nil of tho leading aud get a bottle. rti j( JJJRD and BLACK INK ARNOLD'S INK" in quart, pints aud pluts, ARNOLD'S COP INO INK in quarts nnd pints. CA RTER'B FLUID In quarts, pints and small bottles. - CARTER'S COPYING INK In qunrts, pints and one-half piut. liUTljKK'H LA RELLE VIOLE'l In quurts.piutsaud small bottles. RUTLER'S VIOLET in quarts. TREASURY VIOLHT COPYING in nam ts nnd pints. KTAFFORD'8, all kinds, In quaru, pints, pluts two ounce and one ounce fdzes. RRENTANO'S LONDON EXC11EQUR JET RLACK INK, the flnentior indies' use known. Thoulovo Is only apaitlalllst ot Inks. All tho leading brands of RED INK and MUCILAGE. Esterbrook A TTn."Nr Faber's and Eagle Pencil Co.'s ' LEAD PENCILS. W. B. Carpenter & Co.'s tiL3tf& 53TCall and see them. Conespoudence Invited. Address MAYSTILLF.. KY, EGNE'W & ALLE1T, -: l Who'csnloand rc'all dealers In I : In older to supply tho Increasing demands or our tiado wo are continually adding to our supply of Stoves aud Tlnwaie. REMEMBER OUR STOCK IS ALL NEW having been recently purchased with n view bo to tho wants of this maiket. Cook Htnvcsnf tho bdt makes ILnMim Stoves In uicat vaihMy. Mantels ahd Utates of every kind always on hand unit hold at the LOW &T KaTEH, Call and examtud our new stock. sepi Corner Market and Third Sttects, Maysvlllo, Ky. W COME AT LAST! M :Tho gteatest icluctlou ever known In the history of: Farm Wagons, Wheat Drills, ttfdcr Jlills, Wire Fouclug Fan fills, Etc., Butthomobt remarkable of all in the astounding LOW PRICE ol tho GENUINE I i , It i ilty mv 4 COLUMBUS it BUGGY. Manufactured Expressly For Us From the best material found in America, thus enabling us to warrant It equal to any made in this or any other country. Large invoices are now ueltiK received lor too Fair. All nro Invited to call and see tho work whether thoy dc.il ro to putchase or not MYALL, RILEY 8c PORTER, No. 7, Second, and 18, Sutton Sts,, THE BEST IftLi&CKE: ! IV ' A -TO STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, TINWARE, ETC, IB AT Blatterman & Power's. OUR SPEfelALtiES, Latest and most Intyrovdd styles 'Ot Cookluptand Heatlmr Bfoves. made nt Wheeling W Vaf. of hot blast charroal Iron, warranted hot to UuveaMuglo ouuceoi hcrnpln them. These Btdc'ofc6nrso,ivciUjmdonC8tJ . . 1'iiuNisiilNCi ;ouiR ofnll kinds nnd tho BM nuniitv. J . - '- . .... - . k. -. UUEEN OF XI K ivi:st WATJEil DlCAWUl, which saves half of the labor of water from n well or cistern. KAlllr 11UKAK FA ST COOKING STOVE, which Is admitted by all who have used It to have no superior, uaii.anu see iu can apllSJly brauds. Htltct your favorite and call Tripn i JiLVBantl x. . . & Gillott's S I B0CB:s, irrvYTrnwiT linHMtllMnMWIHMMMHUtaaMH MAYSVILLE, KY. BUY- m. -...! .- ... .. nous peyonu tne capacity oi flectlve. Rest made. anu seo us wueiner you wisu to nuy or not. BLATT1BRMAN & POWER.