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THURSDAY EVE., OCTOBER 25, 1883. BOSSES & MoCARTHY, Publishers and Proprietors, To WnoK ADDUEati all Communications Kiau to a holo that was nowly made, Stood ft Maysvillo sow with a back llko a blade, And this rIio said to a small bull-pup : " I rooted It up I rooted It up." The (all graBS never looked better than it does now. The street cars continue to bo well patronized, and are doing quite as well as was expected. i. . . i . i . Notwithstanding the reduction of tax the live-cent box of matches has not increased in size. The Handy No. 2 will ho ready for tervico about the 15th of November. She is expected to be a flyer. The "decline and fall off" of the hog empire in Maysvillo is devoutly wished for by all decency-loving citizens. Barney McAulev will appear at the opera house, December 3rd, in the now and popular play, " The Jerseyman." . "" i - Please remember that another Mays rillo enterprise is a new steamboat that cost about $20,000 and will probably bo the swiftest on the river. ' ' Rev. Dr. Rutherford of Paris, will preach at the Presbyterian Church this evening, and to-morrow evening also. Our citizens should not fail to hear this distinguished minister. m Old folks and nervous people shoiild go to Kackloy's gallery for pictures by the lightning process. Don't wait for sunshine, any kind of weather will do. Kackloy's dry plates will do you up. m m A distinguished botanist has found that by simply soaking tho stems of cut flowers in a weak dye solution their colors can bo altered at will without tho perfume and tho freshness being destroyed. -. i Though numerous cases may operate to turn tho hair gray, all that is needed to restore tho natural color is Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer. For more than twenty years its sales have been enormous, but wo have yet to hear of its first failure Messrs. Chenoweth & Co, of this city, have lately bought tho right to manufacture Wills' World Worm Candy and will at onco put large quantities of this excellent medicine upon tho market. It is a very valuablo remedy and will have a certain sale. A warrant was sworn out, this by Thomas Lashbrook, charging Marshal Boston, colored, with committing tho rapo upon tho person of Lucy Connors. Tho case seems to bo somewhat complicated, as it is claimed that James Carlisle has been identified as the perpetrator of tho outrage. Tony Denlor. Referring to tho Tony Denier troupe, which is to appear at the Opera House this Thursday evening, tho Now York Mail and Express says: Tony Denlor's Ilumpty Dtunpty troupe Is tho best company of tho sort In existence. It has been much improved since last your, and Included now a lar$e number and variety of (special features. Its performances were attended by crowded houses in the Windsor last weak. It Is now gone to liostou, and will appear In Brooklyn next week, Mr. Denier seems to satisfy the popular demand tor fun fully. Mr. Gilbert's Bondings. Do not forget tho readings by Rev. A. N. Gilbert at tho Christian Church tomorrow nfcht. The programme will have a variety to gratify all tastes, tho serious, tho sentimental, the esthetic and tho fun-loving. A part of tho piogrammo' will enable Mr. Gilbert to sliow his ability in tho rendering of dialect. Only season tickets sold. For salo at Kackloy's and Phister's. PERSONALS. Mr. James Kohoo left for Louisville this morning. Mrs. Maria Ilixson, wo regret to announce, is seriously sick. Col. J. M. Stockton and wifo loft this morning to visit tho exposition at Louisville. Mrs. Cooper and Miss Mamie Cooper, of Covington, nro tho guests of Mrs. A, R. Burgess, of Second street. Mrs. Isaac W. Thomas loft for Louisville, this morning, to attend tho exposition and to meet her rolatlvo, Lady Woolsloy, of England, who is visiting this country. The Carlisle-Connors Case. Notice was made in tho Bulletin of tho 24th inst. that a warrant had been issued by Magistrate John L. Grant for tho arrest of two colored men named Kylo, who were accused of committing a rape upon tho person of Lucy Connors, colored, on tho 23rd inst. After the warrant had been issued it was ascertained that the men charged with tho crime bore tho name of Carlisle, and it was accordingly changed. Deputy Marshal V. B. Dawson and Ex-Marshal James Heflin were selected to execute tho warrant, and yestorday arrested John and, James Carlisle, and brought them before Justices John L. Grant and M. F. Marsh for examination. Tho trial was not concluded yesterday, but tho facts developed by the evidence w far uh given, are as follows: George Connors and his wife, Lucy Connor?, live on tho Flemingsburg turnpike, about one-half of a milo from this city, and a mile and a half farther on is the home of Henry Ballard, another colored man. Tho two families are intimately acquainted. Ballard's wife lias been sick for some time, and Lucy Connors being a neighbor and friend, had called to seo her on several occasions prior to tho evening of the 23id. About ten o'clock on th it night a man rodo up to the Connors house, and calling Lucy out told her that he had been sent to take her to seo Ballard's wife who was dying. She got upon the horse behind tho nun and rodo with him some distance until they came to a lonely part of tho road. Here he pro duced a piwtol and making her dismount from tho horse forced her to yield to him, threating to "shoot hell through her " if she screamed. Powerless to prevent it, tho outrage was committed and tho woman detained for about an hour. James Carlisle was identified by the woman as tho raviaher, and as there was no proof that John Carlisle was concerned in tho crime ho was discharged from arrest. The Hog Question The city council lacked the courage to abolish the right to keep and breed hop in Maysvillo and submitted tho question to be determined by those who wore interested in making n pigsty of tho town. Suppose tho right to maintain other kinds of nuisances were submitted to the popular vote what would be tho condition of the city in a short time ? Shall ashes be thrown in great piles in the public thoroughfares? Shall other accumulations of litter and tilth remain? Shall bawdy houses be kept on every street? Shall 1 quor shops be allowed at any and every place ?" Would it not be quite as proper to take tho sense of the voters upon these and similar proposition, to relievo city councihnen from the responsibility of doing their obvions duty, as to pub in it tho question of keening and breeding lions to the votes of tho owners aud breeders of hogs in Maysville? It is a detestable nuisance, and every man in the city in favor of decency should vote against continuing it; and if a majority of votes should, unfortunately, bo cast for continuing tho filthy business, it will then bo the plain duty of tho decent men and women of tho town, who nro opposed to the annoyance of having hogs running at large in the city and trespassing without restraint upon their premises, to petition tho Legislature for an amendment to tho charter of the town, taking away from the Council nil power to allow hogs to bo kept or bred in tho city. Such a move, would bo eminently proper, as the Council has shown itself utterly impotent to deal with the matter. UIKKIIEEN ITEMS. The theatrlcul troupe are stopping at tho Toller Houe, Mm. Will Davis, of East Maysville, was visiting Mr. Matt, Hartmnn, of Fourth street. Mr. Hamilton Gray, In company with Mr-. HukIi Power, was visiting at the i evidence ol Dr. Mooie. Judiio Phister's dauahter, Miss Amy, accompanied by her filend, was visiting on last Burnley, Miss Hu.li Moore. During this beautiful month of October then have been a meat many visitors In the town, but wo tailed to ascertain their names. The owner of that handsome thoroughbred soriel mmiKi Cyril, never fulls to attract when taking an airing on tho boulevard. t Another Matrimonial on tilt 1m that Miss CNra Riilim will no longer indulge In hur "maiden mediation ol fancy ireV' will $oou don the title of Mi. . Tuesday morning Mhs Irene Lord was married to Mr. A, T. Holts t the residence of her parent. Tim bridal couple left ou tho uobu tialu fur Louisville, Ky, 11 An unbeloved wife," who oucht to know Of that of which she speaks, because she has so much experience, says that tho that ladles look to to money, In tho matter ot marriage. Is that nowadays they so nehlom 11 nd anything In a man worth having. Barely there mint boa printer's devil In tho Bulletin olllco who plays mischievous pranks with our ltnnis. He twisted one name Into Hliears, aud he Mis. a masculine, he lends wheie It should be led, aud ho woo'h whore it Miould bo who, and ho seems to havo a decided aversion to a boirel horse called Uyrlh Tho theatrical troupe that Is stopping In our town, performed last night at the Baptist Church, which has been converted Into an Opera house for tho occasion, "Lady Aivlley's Secret" was wltuessed by a largo and fashionable audience, which that tho troupe has consented to remain the balance of tho week. Our It bin on gap -seed seems to demand the amende honorable. There was nothing Intended for tho gentlemanly proprietor of our fine, well supplied drug store. Judglug by tho quautltles consumed by the starers wo naturally thought that tho most enterprising Ann imported them, but as far as wo aro concerned it has no ettect, wo wear an Invulnerable armor of Indltlerence. Tho allusion was made In behalf of friends and strangers who Hud this breach of politeness very anuoylng. Kick Against High Prices. Ed Bulletin : In yielding to the popular clamor to remove the old market house, it is-now manifest that the ciy coUncilmeh cotnrriitted a great error. The old market hwue, when conducted under prober1 rules, wis oe nf the' bHt of priiCHof such commodities asenter into the daily consumption of all our citizen?, that ever exerted any control in Maysville. Since the removal the hucksters and green grocers have nri es their own way, without any restraint, and today prices of tho ordinary menus of living are higher in MuvhvIUu than at any other named place. "Firt rate butter mliy bo hd at ur.y of tho neighboring towns, and even at Cincinnati, from 15 to 20 cents per pound, mid within eighteen miles of Muysvllle it is advertised at 12 cents per pound. P tutors hcII in the grocories at from 00 to 80 ecu's per bushel, while by tho quantity thoy may bo had from tho farmer at" half" thoe prices. Other articles of common food are alike exaggerated in price, because of the loss of competition fioin the market house. The object of this article is to direct public attention to the high prices we are callo 1 upon to pay lor all artiehs of food and to suggest to the council the propriety of a publie market house where our citizens could bnv (Irat handed from the producers. A well regulated market would be a great benefit to the towii,iml if the proposition to establish one was submitted at tho next town election to the decision of tho voters, it wimlu be carried with entluw stn. The hog nuisance would, not have anything liko as many advocates as the re-establishment of the market. Citizen. 9 Muysvllle Hogs. ML O.lvot Democrat. Hoes are not s numerous upon nur street as weio a few weeks ago. Wo aro more fortunate than our M'lysville neighbors, where, it is said, tho" lings climb upon the new street curs and take rides at pleasure. RETAIL MARKET. Corrected dally by O. W. Okiskl, grocer, Be' ond street, Maysville, Ky, ' KLOUK. Limestone 3 7 no Muysvllle Family h 2 Old Gold 7 Oa vi ason County i '2h Kentucky Mills 0 tn Magnollu, new h 7o Mutter, ) tt IN) r'. Urd.lii? 12V. EiCKS, doz i Meal V peck 1) Chickens IWa Molasses, fancy Coal OU.1 gal. 0 Hugar, granulated V rt iu A. 1J1 ID. ...... ..- .( IU " yellow W Th KniM Comb Honey .' n Strained Honey Vl,t Hams, sugar cured y tr..... lo (iacou, breakfast It- 2K Hominy. V uallon no Beans V gallon 4( PotatobBV peck, uew ft Uollee j 15 a 0 3IAYSVILLK CiiAL MAKKF.T. Anthracite at Kiev dors per ton SSJ3, delivered, SS.oO. Vnughlouheny at Elevators, per bushel He. dellveifd iae. Kanawha at Elevators, per Ic. Tomery at Elevators, per bushel 0c. luo. AXSovsvr.yiFsST. Por Inyor. WarenuthorIcd to aunnunce that M. F, MAHSH Is a candtdttotor the office of Mayor ot the city of Maysville at tho January election, i8St. Wunro nuthorlzed to announce that HORACE JANUAUV N a candidate for tlon as Mayor of Maysville, at the ensuing January election. For Clly Cleric. Wo are authorized to announce that LANOHOHNE M. TBB Is a candidate for the otUce of City Clerk at tho eusuing January electlou. Wo nro authorized to announce that HARRY TAYLOR Is n candidate ror re-election as City Clerk at tho ensuing January electlou. Tor Collector ami Treasurer. We are Authorized to announce that E. E. PEAROK is n candidate for re-election as Collector and Treasurer of Maysvillo at the ensuing Jnuuary election. For Marshal. Wo nro authorized to announce Mr. W. W W ATKINS as a candidate for Marshal at tho ensuing January electlou, 1881. We are authorized to announce JaME H ASSON, Hr., ns a candidate for city marshal at tho January election. Not one cent lor electioneering purposes. Wouronulhoilzcd to announce that W. 11. DAWHON Is a candidate for the olllco of City Marshal, at tho ensuing Jnuuary election. He solicits tho support of his friends. Wo aro authorized to announce that JAMES REDMOND is a candidate for reflection ns Marshal of Maysvillo at tho ensuing January election. Tho support of his friends Is solicited. MR, ROBERT W. BROWNING aunonnces that he Is a c indldate lor City Marshal at tho euMilmr Jnnuaiy election, on tho (lit Mou-day In Jnuuary, 1881. Your support Is solicited. 1ST ANTED. You to remember that tho WANTED vailety o( suitable bridal presents Is at Hermann Laugu's Jewelry Mote. oShllw servant girl. Must bo white. W Appiy ai inisomce; o..mi A good canvasser for a WANTED book. Uood commissions. Exclusive tonltory. WM. OWENS, olMtf Bulletin olllco. FOR RENT. RENT Nice framo cottage on reason-; IOR terms In Woodvillo. Possession nt ouce. Zuqulre;of M.O. HUTCIUNH. o21dlw T?OR RENT Ono front room, In centrally L1 located nouse. mmauio for any ttiica A oiilv nt. 1 lila niilpi. o2Pd2vv .v m, g'fw " RENT Fin ulshed front room for tlemen lodgers. Inquire at this olllco. olOdtt RENT My two-story brick 17OR corner Hhort and Second streets, Hlzo of rooms thirty-two by ono hundred leet. Well adapted for grain ur tobacco Apply nt ZWElGART'B meat storo. si Id FOR SALE. BALE Desirable dwelling house ou FOR street. Tltlo perfect. A deckled bargain. olildlw M. C. HUTOHINH, 70R SALE nico one-story ilwelllng In F (MiOMtttr nn llheral terms. TIia nrnnnrtv is well located. 2ilw M, C. IIUTOHINa, B-NEW CASH BUY GOODS HOUSE. D. M. Runyon will offer on Monday, Octobkr 8, tlio following special bargains: 1 0,000 Yards New Style Fancy Prints full HtRiulnrd nualltr, worth 1 cent nt li cents, others nt5cent Ten-quarter WHITE HEDRLANKETBl.oO per pair; better at $2.50 per pulrup. White. Red aud Gray UUnketa at all prices. Luro unu complete assortment of brow n and bleuchcd SHEETINGS, SHIRTINGS, PILLOW CASES, COTTON, CANTON FLANNELS Au, at the veiv lowest price. full assoitment, 'JO cents and up. Ladle' Gent's anil Chlulieu's HOSIERY aud UNDERWEAR In lull asoitmeut at Lowei prices thau elsewhere. Ladies' KID Gloves of reliable makes HOOI'BKIRTH, CORSET, JERSEYS and HANDKERCHIEFS, in inrvo assortment. Special lot of lieiiiNtitoli.nll linen, 2 rents, worth foity cent. Special dtlve. In black and coloied CASHMERES, low pilced DREafe OUOUrf Just leceUed. Wear- te.ststlu4 BLACSI DRESS SILKS warranted to give satisfaction, oirTho attention of close CASH BUYERS Is eamemv to thN Mde, ' octOdtf APfiUA llOlHi; MONDAY, October 29. DRAPER'S Uncle Tom's Cabin .... I company, nmnui: wiiien are tho two most fa innUHHpeelulty "TOPSYS" living, MUs Kale Paitlnglou aud MUs Mnud U.irry. 1 TW.Encentric MARKS the Lawyers. Will. H. DivhNon and Thoma F. i i. nn. Sx Mam mo ti tbeila Full double uunrtette ol Mala and Female Jubilee Singers! and the Mississippi Flat Boat Sereuadeis. The uieat leallstle Floating lee Scene, liuuid Allegorical Transformation yceue. EVA In Heaven and 30 TALENTED PERFORMERS. v rOPUl.AH l'UICKS. GENERAL AD MISSION Sc UESEItVHUHEATS S"C ADMISSION FOR CHILDREN i5c uiriteineinber this Is the only genuine double company that will vMt here this sen ou. Get your ieerved seaty nud avoid the crush at the doors. MONDAY MATINEE. GEVEUAL ADMISSION JSSc CHILDREN I5c rVJKlt HOUSE, THURSDAY, October 25 An evening of supreme tun. The freaks of Mounts outdono by tho brilliant array or artist constituting Tony Denier's Incomparably great consolidated JHTTWO CLOWNTu HUMPTY DUMPTY lnutomlme ami Specially bliiiitlon, 0eratle Ira, IlUfnry llanl, Presenting to tho public RATJEL and MELVILLE, two clowns with a history. Acknowledged without rivals. TONY DENIER - Solo Proprietor. GEO. S. SYDNEY Manager, TOIIN W IIEELEK, :DenIer In: 0O3STPB0TIONBRY, Fruit. Flsh.itc, II. F. HEMINGWAY A COS ANCHOR" BRAND ' Baw Oysters, 1 1 I I l'UIOES. I K.nuartCans ffVs' I FA VOIHTE, quart cans H0o ANCHOU, standard, quart cans .c , HtiijLur.quari cann., ,..,. iuo N. Y, SADDLE ROCK, quart cans ......COo BULK, per quart fto FISH... 5,8nndI0o Commissioner's Notice. MASON CIRCUIT COURT, Elizabeth Johusou'H Adm'r, Plaintiff. vs. I- Notice to Creditors. S. S. Riley et. nls. Defendants, Tho creditors of Ellzaboth Johnson, colored. will present aim prove ineir emims against her estate on or before October 15, IHS3, at wy oUlcq in May6vllle, Kv. RRETT S. WALL. oiwt Master Commissioner, nniii $30,000 FOR 82. Kojsiiliir 3Ioiitlily lraMlii(r will 3 PQ take place lu the Masonic Hall, 4tc Building, Louisville, Kyt THURSDAY, Nov, S09 1SS3. A Lawful Lot terv anil Fair Iftruwltia: chartered by ttie Legislature of Ky. aud twice declared leual by the hluhett court in tho State. Bond kIwii to Henry county lu tho sum of SlU0,0d0I'or the piompt payment of all pilzessold. A Ilcvoliitlnu In Single Number IrmvliiKH. RVEvery ticket holder his own supervisor, can call out the number ou his ticket aud see thecorrespondlui: number on the tag placed in the wheel In hlspieence. Theo drawings will occur on the last Thuoday of every mouth. Read the maguitlceut November Scheme. i Prize - 3000 i Prize mm 1 Prize 5,0l 2 Pilzes, $'JK ech 5,(K)0 5 Pilzes. I.ii0 ennli 5.(HX) 3 am ench, Apnrox'u Prizes.... 2,700 9 each, l,sO) 9 Pii7.es UK) each, " " 0K) 2 Prizes aeh 10,um 10ii Pilzs Itm each 10.e00 2tm Prizes 50 each 10,000 Prize. 20 each O.'OO loot Prjzes ln each 10,000 USsTPrlw. SlTojOO Whole TleketH. HJ. llnlf Ticket h, 91. U7 Tlehels, 8.10. 55 riekelt dlOO. ! Rfiult money or bunk draft in letter, or iidhve.iite. DONT rtENH BY 'TEltEb LET I ER OR POSTOKK1CE ORDER, until iniloer notice. Oideiof $5and upward 'bvexi less can be m?m at our wn expense Adtlies all orders to J J DOUGLAS, 1 sep!7d&wly LouNville. Ky. ioit .s.uj;. Residence, Old Jail and Cages. order of the Court of Claims of Mason BV County, we will hell ou SATURDAY, Oat. 27, 1SSS, at 2 p. in on the piemNes.on southeast corner ol Matketmnl Fomth iteets Maysville. Ky , 10 the highest bidder, the old tail property, tneludlm: the leMdenee aud lot, jail building and wall ami all theeaues, Iron cells Ac. Ac. Said propeity will be -old as an eutltetyur In separate paiceK Term?. ot sale: One third cash lu hand and Hie halanc lu slxandtweve moi ths wlili Pos-se Ion t be given Decembtr I. IsM, orassoou as the new Jail and residence i eompletetl, GAHKETrs. WALL, olOdAwtd Chalimau of Ja'l Commltiee. rPHOUAS JACKSON, Dealer In BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, Spring Wurtoiih nml lliirness. Repository No. 18, Sutton street, Maysville, Ky. Headquarters lor IJIL J aud lellable Horse Medicines. DR. JACKSON'S BLACK Ol L cures mange, cracUed heel, warih, ureasy heel, pricked loot, quitter, sand cracks, corns etc. Price 50 cents. DR. JACKSON'S BLISTERING OINTMENT is an excellent remedy lor enlargements, spavin, ringbone, capped hock, cuib splint ciamp or tralu of the whirl bone. I'ilce5fl cenis. DR. J A KSON'S WHITE OIL cures lung fever, intlanniion o the kidneys and Usui In man or horse, I Ice 5U cents, DU.JA KSON'S FOOT OIL Is an ellectlvo remetly tor chafes, horeh or in hor's feet ami manuo nud lice lu cattle and horses Pi ice 50 centt. flSent toanyaddienson receipt ol price, oetlSdly THOMASJ MMCSoN. A. R. BURGESS, Xo, !J, froeond Sli eel, will oiler on and after Thumliy, October 11. the lollowlnv; i;reat biri;alus: Ouo thoaMiud yards of heavy, lull staudard worth 50 cents per yard, for 23 cents, slightly damnued by water. One thousand yanis of heavy nine ounce Jeans, uunruuteed all parts wool tlllluu autl made lu Kentucky, worth &0 cents per yaul, for S3 cents, A full aud complete sloclc of NEW DRESS GOODS, at boltom prices. Canton Flannols from 5 cents per ym't to 23 cents, One thousand raids of prints in yood styles ami fast colors, n cents per yard. Gent's heavy, nil wool Ited Undeishlits woithSl fiOeaeh lorSl.W. A lull lino of new Towels, Table LI nous, Napkins. Jersey Gloves, llosleiy, Underwent, Bed Comforts aud Blankets. Also a largo and well-selected stock of Cloaks In all the new styles Just iccelved from Now York. Fifty pieces oi uiuuuam at o cems u yam. oiiuuu HERMANN LANCE a . ft iff QC .4i".?irrrrrf?Hfcs i LAJ & o SB LU m WAIiaondu mid Work WAIinANTEI). Number 43, Second Htreot. three doors below Murkotstreot, Maysville, Ky, npUOdly