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BAD BLACK FLAGS. Eating Thoir Enomios toBaiso Thoir Own Courage norrlbl Practice of inlM if tlmTrcncIi xf rnorilliiary Tuiew f Vrnolt nnl Torture. TIono Koko, Oct 22. A correspondent writes: Yiatcnlpy, I met Major General MeWyof the Imperial1 Cuinwo uriny. now en route for? Foochow, to tnle chnrpo of tho naval urscnal. Ho savs th.it if prisoners fall into tho hands of the Illnck Flags they will ho norved for torture, but tho bodies of tho dead will not bo found, n tho Chinese believo UuU oat. ing the flush of ferocious men, especially tho heart and liver, makes thefn brave, therefore they are accustomed to cat tlu'ir enemies. Tho IHaek Flags are stroiigW addicted to this habit; they even eat thiur own people who die by accident on the march. This may account for tho ill success which attended tho search for the ies of Riviere aud his followers, whose heads alono were found on tho last sortie by General Bonet. Hoko KoNo.Oct. 22. Advicci fromun Nan confirm tho report that the Chinese are assisting tho Black Plugs in Atinm, who number 3,000 men. exclusive of those In tho part ihoiw at Ilammh and Soiituy. Tho Viceroy of Canton objects to foreigners traversing the streets. Ten thousand men are concentrated near Canton, ostensibly on account of an n Micipated popular commotion. Tho Viceroy complains of tho withdrawal of the Portuguese gunboat with the watchman, who drowned and precipitated the recent riots. The Viceroy demands that tho watchman be handed over to, tho British courts for trial. Tho Portuguese officials, iu reply, wid tho prisoner was at Macao. Chicago Haloou Metises, Chicago, Oct 22. Last spring the Stato Legislature passed a law fixing the price of saloon license at $500. Tho City Council sought to avoid its operation by passing an ordinance, beforo the law went into effect, fixing the price for the tawing year at $103. The Citizen's League liavo sinco bocri fighting tho legality of these licenses In Uiq conra, but met with dilatory tactics on the other side. Finally, to hurry matters, an action in quo warranto was brought against a prominent saloon-keeper. His counsel demurred, presenting various reasons, all to tho effect that this was not tho proper mothod of procedure. Judge Anthony will render a decision on the demurrer. The opinion is all written except tho formal ruling. In it he combats and denies the validitv of tho points relied on by demurring counsel, and the conclusion reached from a perusal of the document is that ho will rulo tho method of procedure a proper one. This will bring tho question to an issue. Tho final decision will afreet between 3,000 and 4,000 saloons, ' involving over $1,500,000. . -' MABKETS BY TELEGRAPH. Gcncrnl Market.. Cincinnati, Oct. 22. Cranberries Were quiet and steady at S3 003 CO per bush, crate, and $912 per brl. quiet and steady. Prime to choice selling at $-1 505 per box. Fancy repacked sell nt $00 50. Oranges Market stead v with a lair demand. Jamaica's bell at fci)fn)10 per brl., and Fioridas at $4 505 50 per box; Louisianas sold at $07 50 per bri. Cabbage Tho market was steady with a fair demand. Prime to choice home grown quotable at SI 60 1 75 per brl in shipping order. Shipped stock sold at $o7 per hundred on track, and $1 2ol 50 per bri from store. Turnips DulTat SI 00(ei)l' 25 per brl from store. Onions Quiet and easy. Prime to choice in shipping order sold at SI 25 1 50 per brl. Sweet potatoes Market easy and demand light. Prime to choice Eastern yellow selling at 82 002 50 -per brl, and Southern do at $1 501 75; genuine Jerseys selling at S3 503 75 nor brl. Potatoes Market weak and dull. Early rost bell on track nt 2o(f)35c per bu. and Bur-banks at &(jrH0c. From store 510o additional is charged. Grain Markets. Toledo, Oct, 22. Wheat llc higher but dull; No. 1 white, SI 00 bid; No. 2 do, 94Jc; No. 2 red, cash, SI 001 04; October, $1 00; November, SI 00; December, $1 02; January, $1 04; May, SI 11 bid; No 3 red, 92c; No. 4 do, 80c; rejected, 70c; Corn Dull and easier; high mixed, 51c; No 2. cash or October, 60c; November, 50c asked : December, 48 Ac: January 7i(fH8ci May, 50c; rejected, 47 Je; no grade. 40 10c Oats Dull and steady; No 2 white. 31c: No. 2 cash or October, 29c: November, 29c; December; 0c bid; rejected, 27c. Clover seed Prune to medium, cash, October or November, $o 10; December.SS 15: No 2, S5 45. Baltimore, Oct 22. Flour Steady; Howard street and Westorn superfine, $3 253 05; extra, S3 754 75: iamily, S5 OOfeO 00. Wheat-Western higher No. 2 winter red, spot and October, $1 04 1 04; November, $1 ....... 05J1 05; December. Ci A7 30i no. T. iM mM mi. iri vi vii voj uuuuurjf, .pi iuiti)i vg; reu ruary, SI 12)1 12J. Corn Western 6558c; November, 6057c; year,5560q January, 5450c. Oats Quiet and nom inally steady; Western whfto, 3738ct mixed, 3533c; Pennsylvania, 3G38c. New Youk, Oct. 22. Flour Without quotable change; export and homo trade inquiry moderate. Wheat Opened J3c lower; subsequently ruled stronger, with somo excitement . prices advanced llc; trade moderate; No 1 white nominal. Corn Onvned JSo lower, but later reached ilc; trade quiet; Mixed western, spot, 5065Jc; future, 65j57c. Oats JJc better, quiet; Western, 3842. Milwaukee, Oct. 22. Wheat Quiet; November, 91c; December, 92$; January, 93 J. Corn Quiet; No 2, 47. Oats Firm; No 2, nominal. Ityo Easy; No 1, 55a Barley Steady; No 2, 02. Iilvo Stock MnrUoU. CiKdNNATi, Oct. 22. Cattle Common to fair shippers, $4 505 25; good to choice, 56 355 90; good to choice butch era', $4 004 75; with a few extra al $4 85; fair to medium, $3 003 75; common. SI 752 75; good to choici cows. $44 60j , " kew Advertisements, KHJAIBEi fy p UNEQUALLED "IN Tone, Toncn,Wortaiansliip & Dnrahility. WIEUAM KWAltE So CO. Nos. 201 and 206 West Baltlmoro Street, Baltimore. Ho. 112 nrtU Avenue, Now York. rpO ADVKUTISEUS. Lowest Hates for net X verttMntfiii UOTuood newnpaMeViOtenurree Address GEO. P. HOWKLL A CO., 10, ftpruco Htieet, N.Y. KNABE PIANOS. 37, Second Mrent, MnynvHlo, My. Xj.JF'. JVC JSTSS Gr 35 3C., PIANOS and ORGANS, 37tSceoml t cot. MnyHVlUe, Ky, THE PLAlTroOLT CUUAP SUITS 18 AT GEORGE OB29J:'st mchaidly BUTTON BTIlfcET. A. R. GLASCOCK & CO Is tho best place to get bargains In &Jb l DRV QOOT3S. ALLEN 4& CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRUGGISTS, S. W. Cor. Main & Fifth, CINCINNATI, OHIO. Invito attention to thotr stock Hruw, XulnU,OlUAe liyo SHUT. They ara tbe proprietors of tlio orlRlnnl and gonulno Allru0NervctcIionof4tiiliiitnt.Tbo orders of casUand Btiorttlino buyers particularly solicited Stato u Monroo SlsChicajOysSt for lJ. "Opwwi ii bukTttunl irili of iiutruiiictiUt rulu, ikiw, It 1'AmnnnL FiMltit . AlW SUoJi. Drum Mvt &i il litis Sumlry lb it OilOU, jMBlnj MterfsllncU''ft taitni'tlot I Ft rMl for AmUnr CtuJi. ftLj ft Cftt&WtTU of Choice ttainl tilUllO. feblSil&wlv 14,503 Boxes sold iu a year ay VIV B Druggist of Act Directly on tllic Liver COIIKH CJIILLH AND FhVRR, I)Y8riHM, Sick Hkadachb, Himoim Colic, THiSt UltSUMATlHUt. VlLKS, PaLI'ITATION ok the XIkaut, T uztNKHH. Torpid Liv:iit ;OATEIToNniTK HLEKl'LKMNESH.AND ali. 1)1 MK A SIM OK TUB LlVl.R AND BTOMACU. If you do not feel ery well." n slnlu pin at boiMlmo silmulatei ttie ntomncb rtorea tho appetite Imparts vior to ;he Hyfltem mmsBMBm. n.E. SELLERS & CO,, Pittsburgh, Pa. Piles! Piles!! Piles!!! Old BHOWM'SPJLEOi KG vIllcnroau enso of protruding or ulcerated bleeding Plies by a few applications. A trlnl will convince any ono who Is HUllerlng with this loatliboxne disease that what wo fay Is true. For sale by 1 GEORGE T. WOOD, Wholesale Druggist, JegQd&wfrn Mavsvllle, Ky. COLD BLAST i J. D. EASTON & CO., Corner Wnll and Trout St Feather beds clcaued of all lmnuiltlcs on short notice. All beds weighed beforo and after cleaning. You nre invited to call and eeo your own work done. ooMd&wtf J. D. EASTON A CO. Before INSURING YOUR LIFE EXAMINE THE TONTINE , Savings Fund Plan -OF THE- ( EQUITABLE iFE flsSURflHOE gPCIETY Instead of Investing in stocks, bonds or other securities or depositing in Savings Ranks EXAMINE THIS PLAN of Insurance, which not only yields n return as an Investment, but gives Immediate indemnity in case of death. Assets $48,000,000. jos. s1. briODRXCe:, Second Street, MAYSVILLE, KY Vegetable Sicilian HAIR RENEWER was tho first preparation perfectly adapted to enro diseases of tho scalp, and tho first successful restorer of faded or gray hair to 1U natural color, growth, and youthful beauty. It has had many Imitators, hut nono havo so fully met all tho requirements needful for tho proper treatment of tho hair and scalp. Hall's Haiu Kenewku has steadily grown In favor, and tpread its famo and usefulness to every quarter of tho globe. Its unparalleled success can ho attributed to but ono causo: the entire fulfilment of itipivmlta. The proprietors havo often been surprised at tho receipt of orders from remoto countries, whero thoy had never mado an cifort for Its introduction. Tho uso for a short tlmo of Hall's Hair Keneweii wonderfully improves tho personal appearance. It cleanses tho scaljl from all impurities, cures all humors, fovcr, and dryness, and thus provonts baldness. It stimulates tho weakened glands, and enables them to push forward a now and vigorous growth. Tho eifects of this articlo are not transient, like thoso of alcoholic preparations, but remain a long time, which makes Its uso a matter of economy. BUCKINGHAM'S DYE FOR THE WHISKERS 'Will charge tho beard to a natural brown, or black, as desired. It produces a permanent color that will not wash away. Consisting of a slnglo preparation, it is applied without trouble. FREFAIIED BY R. T. IIALL & CO., Nashua, N.IL Sold by all Dealers in Medicines. FOR ALL THE FORMS OF Scrofulous, Mercurial, and lllood Disorders, tho best remedy, because tho most searching and thorough blood-purifier, is Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Sold by all Druggists ; $1, six bottles, 5. MS ANNA FRAZAR, Dry Goods and Notions, FnrniHhltiir Good-, Iloolc, HUtionery and Geuetul .Merchandise. UNDERWEAR for small cldldren and grown peiousu A latgt stock of Hand-Made Knit Goods of all kinds. Novelties of a 1 k nds and CHS VERY U)W My stock I c nnlfto In all linos and I guarantee satiKfnctlon in nil ca-e Tho puhllc paiionnae lsolicllc' siadU MISS ANNA FRAZAR. PI P AMLY MANUFACTORY F. L.TRAYSER, Mrtclnh': PIANOS 0BGAN8. ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED ! PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED I Front Street, IKaysvIIIe, T. Lowry, :Doaler GROCERIES Teas, lueeiiNvare9 Cigars. Glassware, Tobaccos. Notions, Highest cash price paid for country produce, Jyl3Uf Corner Foiu tli and Plum streets. SIMMONS' Dedicated A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases of the Kidneys. TT AB been used with most gratifying cess In many obstinate cases. Prof, F. W.Claik, professor of Chemistry at the University ol Cincinnati says this water "belongs to the same class with that of the Alleghany Springs, of Virginia," tho medicinal virtues of which are too well known to be stated here. Those wlio desire to try this famous water are referrod to Captain O. W. Uoyd, Levanna Ohio; Captain O. M liolloway, Cincinnati, Ohio; J. J, Ilaipe, Cincinnati, Ohio. For sale In half barrels and jugs by UUS. felSiMONS, Proprietor. m23d&wtt Aberdeen. Ohio. FRESH OYSTERS ! Ilest brands served in any style, DAY on NIGHT at R.M.WILLBTT'S Restaurant. My establishment has latoJy been fitted up in handsome stylo, nnd supplied' with ever convenience. Cooking unezcolled. U. M.WILLKTT, BSGdSm No. 8. Market street, T JT. ftTcCARTMEY, Licensed Auctioneer O for Mason and atrjoinlnK counties. Orders left at the Bulletin ottlco will recelvo prompt attention, I'. O. address Mt. Car me 1 FOR TWENTY DAYS! MEI) and BLACK -Wo shall givo a- -:ON:- INK TJW m P mm BLUE and GUEE2T. ARNOLD'S INK in quarts, pints and one-half pints. ARNOLD'S COP ING INK in quarts and pints. CARTHR'S FLUID In quarts, pints nml small bottles. CARTER'S COPYING INK In quarts, pints nnd one-half pints. JlU'iLKR'S LA BELLE VIOLEf lu quaits, pints aud small bottles. BUTLER'S VIOLET in quitrf . TREASURY VIOLhT COPYING in quaits md pints. STAFFORD'S, all kinds, In quarts, pints, one-half pints two ounce nnd out) ounce sizes. BRENTANO'S LONDON EXCHEQUR JET BLACK INK, the lines! lor ladies' use known. Tho above is only a partial list ol Inks. All tho lending brands of RED INK and MUCILAGE. m . Esterbrook & Gillott's FEISTS I -H - Fabor's and Eagle Pencil Co.'s LEAD PENCILS. W. 33. Carpenter 8c Co.'s BL.AB7K BOOKS, irSTCall nnd see them. Correspondence Invited. Addiess 7RA3TB XL PHISTER, MAYSVILLE.KY. IK, $,. FARM WAGONS having a numbor that muot bo disposed of to mako room for othors on tho way. Myall, Riley & Porter, g) iecs". mMEMm X3NTIC, I OU cau't'writo unless you hnvcGOOD INK I Frank R. Fhister lms for snle nil of tho lending brands, Select your fnvorltennd cnll ntitl get a bottle. ECNEW & ALLEXT, -: Wholesale and retail dealers in : - fe 1 O v ES In order to supply tho Increasing demands of our trade wo aro continually adding to our supply of Btoves aud Tinware. REMEMBER OUR STOCK IS ALL NEW having beon recently purchased with n view to to the wants of this market. Cook 8toves of the best makes Heatiug Btoves in meat varioty. Mantels nnd Grates of every kind always on hand and sold at tho L0WK8T HATEB. Call and examine our now stock. sep4 Corner Market and Third Streets, Maysville, Ky. THXS BEST PLACE STOVES mm -TO BUY- man j TMWAD E, liuii j unniLuj mniiiLLU imiBmiLi IB AT Blatterman & Power's. OUR SPECIALTIES. Latest and most improved styles of Cooking and Heating Btoves. made at Wheeling W Va,.ofhot blast charcoal iron, warranted not to havoa Jungle ounce of bcran in them. These Btoves, of course, wear tho longest. UOVSK FlJltNlBHINU (JOODN of nil kinds nnd tho Best ounllty, 1KK1NES8 IOK KKAM has no complications beyond the capacity of a child. Tho can sets squarely anywhere. The dasher Is self-adjusting. h7&3&J&!R S'mWJHA Cuc,P ftnd Kfrectlve, Best made. UUEEN or THE vVEHT 1VATJUK lRAYVEtt, Wch saves half of the labor of drawing water from a well or cistern. EAKliT lIKEAKFANTCOoniMO BTOVE, . which Is admitted by all who have used It fr ItnirA hm BtiHAvlnv Pflilntiil baa 4 Poll - u i. ..V. a- & v uuiviivnuj'V4iui wm.smm vu 4u v uuu Hvu uh wutiiucr you wiuu mj ouy oruuu apllSdly BLATTERMAN & POWER.