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YFj tfV.V EOREIGN AFFAIRS. Intorostinjr Events Prom Ovor tho Ocoau. Queer War Proceed 1 sum or Anatrla, (JrmBy nnd Knxslit Kevlvwl Ae iivlty of the Ru!n MlMlotmry Mhatv'a Many Over I ,, r ENGLAND. London, Oct. 20. Tho Cabinet has tho caso of Missionary Shaw nnd decided that the proposition of tho French Government to pay 1,000 indemnity to him and apologize to the British Government would be a satisfactory settlement of the matter. RUSSIA. , St. PtTEnsBuna, Oct 20. Arrests of Nihilista continue daily. Yesterday a number of students were arrested, and upon ono of them was found a manifesto headed, "Executive Committee to tho Czar," The document demands general amnesty for political oflenders, entire freedom of the press and speech, and a Parliament elected by the noopks. Unless these demands are complied with tho writers threaten rebellion, vengeance upon the nobility, and tho death of tho Czar. AUSTRIA. Vienna, Oct 26. The Emperor Franz Josef has received several delegates from and tho districts in the Southeast They have represented tho difficulties likely to grow o ut of the contest, and liave advocated a peaceful solution of such local differences as exist between Austria, Bulgaria and Roumania. The Government is inclined more toward peace than are the Provinces, but the feeling on the eastern borders may lead to an outbreak and several measures have been decided upon to strengthen tho Home Government and place Austria in a position to meet a wax. Such measures as are proposed are considered of importance enough to demand on increase of the ordinary war budget Bkumn, Oot0. The German officials confirm tho reports that the Cossacks are congregating at the German frontier threatening towns and villages on tho border. Largo drafts of cavalry are being sent to protect the frontier. GERMANY. BniiMN, Oct. 23. Tho Duke of and Prince Weninjjor consulted with the Emperor yesterday in reference to, tho rupture between the Duke of and tho Duke of Edinburgh caused by tho tatter's refusal to bo present at aball given by tho former unless certain persons wero excluded. The Emperor promised to act as mediator and will N eradicate any ill feeling which may exist between tho two. MARKETS BY" TELE GRAPH. General Mitrketft. New Yoiik, Oct. 20. Pork dull. Lard E7 537 5S, November; $7 51(o7 51), December. MnlasM's higher and stvady; New Orleans ordinary, U0(V3oc. Butter in moderate and without essential change; Western creamery choice, 27c. Cheese quiet; Ohio Huts fancy, 11(11 Ac. Sugar dull but steady, cut loaf, i(W)ilc; granulated 8jc; confectioner A, $c. Tallow quiet; prime city, 7A7 Bice nominal. Eggs iirm; Western, 200 20Ae; Mate, 27c. Cincinnati, Oct 20. Loaf tobacco The following wero prices at Hrst sale. $0 40, 7 25, U HO, 10 25, 1 1 50, 0 i0, 8 50, 10 75, 8 J0, 0 1,0, 0 50, 14 50, 20, 10 75, l, 15 75, 7 30 10 75, 15 25. Cabbage Tho market was weak and dull. Prime to choice homo urown Helling at $ 50 per brl in shipping order. Shipped 'stock sold at V5 OOfriUJ 06 per bundled on track, and t?l 25 per brl from atore. Turnips Dull at SI t0al 25 per brl from store. Onion? Quiet and easy. Prime to choice in flipping order sold at $1 25Q1 50 per brl. Sweet potatoes Market dull with a weak feeling. Prime to choice Eastern yellow selling at 51 7502 25 per brl, and Sou the ru do at $1 2501 50 ; genuine Jerseys selling at $3 50per brL Potatoes-Market steady with a fair demand; early rose sell on track at S035c per bu, and Burbanks at 35040c mixed bulk lots sold at 25030c per bu on track. From store 5 010c aditional is charged. Grain MrbU. , New York, Oct Dull and without important change. No. 2 State $2 253 25; extra Western, $3 6504 25. Wheat No. 2 red winter, $1 00j( bid ' November; $1 091 hid December; $1 Hi January. Corn No. 2, 50059c, October; 50c, November, 673$57ic December. Oats No. 2 Octuher, 34034Jc November. Bye dull; Western, 630O5J. Barley nominal. Cincinnati, Oct 20. "Wheat There was a scarcity of desirable milling grades and the tone of the market was firm for prime to 6 hoi ce red wheat Ilegular No. 2 red would scarcely bring more than $1 00, but choice samples sold at $1 0201 03. Lone-berry was not oflercd, being nominal at $ 1 03, 500 bu choice No. 2 red. spot, track, bold at $1 03. Corn Tho market was dull aud easy at 47Ja48c for No. 3 mixed, and 49)u50e for No. 2 mixed. No. 2 white sold at 43c. Ear corn scarce and held at 51a 53o for prime to choice samples of old. Chicago, Oct 26. Wheat Active. It was advanced lc from tho opening price, and at noon the fooling was weak ana prices reacted icon selling by tho longs, closing steady; October, lilq November, 91 c; December, 93; January, 94. Corn was more active, It was advanced Jo on small receipts and liberal shipment At noon the steady advance was lost and the market closed weak: October, 46; November, 45 jc: December, 45Jc; January, 45Jc Oats were nlci and 4o higher in sympathy with wheat and corn: October, 27 Jc; November, 28; December, 2Sc. Uve Btoelt Mark eta. Cincinnati, Oct 26. Cattle Common to fair shippers, 54 505 25; good to choice, $5 3605 90; good to choice butchers!, 54 004 75; with a few extra at $4 S&; fair to medium, $3 0003 75; common, $1 752 75; good to choice caw. $4&4 5k New Advertisements. KNA8E UNEQUALLED IN Tone, Touch, Worlnnanship & Buratility. whxiam KNABE fc CO. Nos, 204 nnd 206 Went BaUlraoro Street, Baltimore. No. 112 ruth Avenue. Now York. rpo Rates for nil X vertistnir in W7 uood newjpapers sent free Address GEO. P. HOWELL & CO.. 10. Bnrueo street, N. Y. KNABB PIANOS. 37, Second street, MnyMvtllc, My Xju JEP. Agt. PIANOS and ORGANS, 37,Nccoiul Htrcct, MnyHTltls Ky, THE l'UeEloUKl OlIEAi BED-ROOM SUITS IS AT GEORGE QR0L9Jv.8 mch31dly SUTTON STREET. A. R. GLASCOCK & CO '! Is tho best place to get bargains In DRY GOODS, AXJLEN&CO, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRUGGISTS, S. W. Cor. Main & Fifth, CINCINNATI, OHIO. Invito attention to tboir stock U Drug, 1'ntnUf OIU& Iyo StiUTs. They nro tho proprietors of tho original and genulno AiinMSoinAltnnnTJliiliiioiit.,rhoorderflaf cashandBhort tluiu buy cm particularly solicited fi State & Monroe Sts.. Chicago ' Will nd lyrepuMlo tiny Mdma ir tu 7 for l4. vOO ie, fiu hufminn 1 sv)j Ol DltruiOnu cuiMf ix.nt I )9H '1'omponv Epatf tt. C Iaroi, Hit, JWni OuihU, iitrlrtn? J jtn iMtUrUFi. 1'0 Incun Intlrttrtlon nd Ei LxIkm tnr tmlUnf ll IB.1l. uJ ft ULftioiTUt' (II VU01C lunu .lutg. febl2cl&wlv Piles! Piles!! Piles!!! Old UHOWN'SPILECl RE vlUcnrenny case of protruding or ulcerated blcedfng IMIch by a few applications. A trial will convince uuy ono wbo Is suflerlng witb this lontbsonie dlseaso that wbat we nay Is true. For sale by GEORGE T. WOOD, Wholesale Druggist, Je30d&w4m MftYBVlllo, Ky, COLD BLAST FEATHER CLEANING MACHINE, J. D. EASTON & CO., Corner "Wall nuiIFront Mn Feather beds cleaned of nil Impurities on short notice. All beds weighed beJore and after cleaning. You aro Invited to call and see your own work done. oct&l&wtf J. D. EASTON & CO. 114,508 Boxes sold in a year by OJUE Act Directly on the Uvcr, CUJIKM ClIILLH AND FffVKK, DYHl'IftlJl HICK JIKAIML'IIK, UIUIUVH UUMC, II irD'itvr itiiiu . PtrvB tiitntTiftnii .. IW11( ..UNA A .tuat J. OV T1IK IlKAHT, PlXZINEfiH.TOnPIP LIVER COATKnToSOUK, fiLEKPLKHVNKHS, AND A LI DiHEASun or the Livkh and Btou acii. It you do not feel very weu."u singio pill at bedtlmtt stimulator the atomacb, restores the appetite, Imparts vltfor to the system. JllhiiiEaaiarilfTlMSaaa R.E. SELLERS & CO,, Pittsburgh, Pa. Before INSURING YOUR LIFE EXAMINE THE TONTINE Savings Fund Plan -OF THE- EQUITABLE JFE Assurance gociETY. Instead of Investing In stocks, bonds or oth or securities or depositing lu Savings Ranks EXAMINE THIS PLAN of Insurance, which not only yields n return as an Investment, but gives Immediate Indemnity In caso of death. Assets $48,000,000. uaLGvEJONTT. Second Btreot, MAYBVILIiE, KY AYER'S Cherry Pectoral. No other complaints nro so Insidious In taek as thoso aiTocting tho throat and lungs t none so trhlod with by tho majority of suiTcrors. Tho ordinary cough or cold, resulting perhaps from a trilling or unconscious exposure, Is often but tho beginning of afaUl sickness. Ayeii's CuintiiY PncTOUAL has voll proven its clllcaoy In a forty years' fight with throat and lung diseases, and should be taken In all cases without delay. A Torrlblo Cough Cured. M In 1857 1 took a severo cold, which affected my lungs. 1 had a terrlblo cough, and passed night after night without sleep. The doctors gave mo up. I tried Ayku's CitKnuY 1'KcronAL, which reltoTod my lungs, Induced sleep, and alTordcd mo tho rest necessary for tho recovery of any strength. By tho continued uso of tho Pectoral a permanent euro was clloctod. 1 am now G'J years old, halo and hearty, and am satisfied ourCiiKitHY pKCTOUALsavedme. HOItACE FAlltUHOTUKU." Kocklnghauj, Vt., July 15, 1862. Croup. A Mother's Tribute "While in tho. country last winter my llttlo boy, three years old, was taken 111 with croup; it toeiued as if ho would dlo from strangulation. Ono of tho family suggosted tho use of Ay Kit's CitEitnY Pectoral, a bottlo of which was always kept in tho house. Tills was tried In small nnd frequent doses, and to our delight in less than half nn hour tho llttlo patient was breathing easily. Tho doctor said that tho CnEiuiY Pectoral hud saved my darling's life. Can you womler at our gratltudo? Sincerely yours, ants. EmmaHedxey." 1C9 $Vest 128th St., Now York, May 10, 1H2. " I have used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in my family for several years, and do not hesitate to pronouueo it tho most clT cctual remedy for couchs and colds wohavo ever tried. A. J. CRAKE.' Lake Crystal, Minn., March 13, 1882. " I suifored for eight years from Bronchitis, nnd after trying many remedies with no success, I was fiurod by tho use of Ayeu's Cherry Pkctorab. Joseph Walden." Byhalia, AIlss., April 5, 1882. 11 1 cannot pay enough In pralso of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, believing as I do that but for Its uso I should long sinco havo died from lung troubles. K. Braodox." Palestine, Texas, April 22, 1882. ' No caso of an affection of tho throat or lungs exists which cannot bo greatly relieved by tho uso of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, nndltwlllahray cure when tho disease- Is not already beyond tho control of medicine. prepared ry Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. Mil ANNA FRAZA :Dealer In: Dry Goods and Notions, Furnishing Goods Books, Stationery and General Merchandise. UNDERWEAR for small children and grown pcrhonsa specialty. A large stock of Knit Goods of all Kinds. Novelties of nM lc ndsand PRICES VEUY LOW. My stock Is c mplcte in all lines and I guarantee sutlhfactiou In all cukos. The public patiotingo 1h ho1Ic!I(I, s!3dtl MM ANNA FIIAZAU. PIANO HAIUFtC T oe F, L. TRAYSER, :DeaIer In firsNclass: PIANOS 1 0EGANS. ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED ! PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED! Froiat Street, 3Saysvl9Ic. T. Lowry, In:- FAMILY GROCERIES, Teas, Queenswnre, Cigars. Glassware, Tobaccos. Notions. Highest cash prlcopald for country produce. JylSdtf Corner Fourth and Plum streets. SIMMONS' Mediated A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases of the Kidneys. TJAB been used with most gratifying cess In many obstlnato cases. Pi of, F. W.Clark, professor of Chemistry at tho University ol Cincinnati says this water "belongs to the same class with Unit of the Alleghany Springs, ot Virginia," tho medicinal virtues of which aro too well known tobestated here. Those who desire to try this famous water are referred to Captain C. W. lloyd, Lovanna Ohio; Captain C. M. llolloway, Cincinnati, Ohio; J. J. Ilalpe, Cincinnati, Ohio. For sale In half barrels nnd jurs by UUS, HIMMONB, Proprietor. m23d&wtf Aberdeen. Ohio. FKESH OYSTERS ! Best brands served' in any Btyle. DAY OH NIGHT at R.M.WILLETT'S Restaurant. My establishment has lately been fitted up in handsomo style, and supplied wituever convenience. Cooking unexcelled. K.M.AVILtiKTT, s30d3m No. 8. Market street, T J. McCAKTIIF.Y, Licensed Auctioneer O for Mason and adjojnluff counties. Orders left at tho Bulletin onlco will receive prompt attention. P. O. address Mt. Carmel FOR TWENTY DAYS ! -Wo .shall givo a - FARM WAGONS having a number that must bo disposed of to mako room for others on tho way- Myall, Riley & Porter, si"sr. lOU can't writo unless you have GOOD INK I Frank R. Fhister has for sale all of the leadlug aud get a bottle. J?EJ and BLACK INK ARNOLD'S INK in quarts, pints and one-half pints, ARNOLD'S COPY 1NO INK In nuartu nnd pints, CARTER'S FLUID in quarts, pints nnd pmall bottles. CARTER'S COPYING INK In qunrts, plntHnml pints. JIUTLER'H LA RELLE VIOLETln quarts, plutsaiut small bottles. UUTLER'S VIOLET in quarto. TREASURY VIOLhT COPYING In quarts and pints. STAFFORD'S, nil kinds, In quaris, pints, onehalf pints two ounce and one ounce sizes. RRENTANO'S LONDON EXCIiEQUR JET BLACK INK, the fluent lor Indies' upo known. Tlio above Is only a paitlal list ol Inks. All the leading biands of RED INK and MUCILAGE. Esterbrook & Gillott's PEITS I Faber's and Eaglo Pencil Co.'s LEAD PENCILS, W. B. Carpenter & Co.'s bjjAjmh; books. narCall and see them. Correspondence Invited. Addiets RAST2S R. 1VIA.YSVIXjX.12. icy. II BLUE INK, II EG1TEW & ALLEN, : Wholesale aud retail dealers In : STOVES In order to supply tho Increasing demauils of our Undo wo are continually addlog to our supply of Btovea und Tinware. REMEMBER OUR STOCK IS ALL NEW having been recently purchased with a view to to tho wants of this market. Cook Sieves of the best makes ileathne Htoves lu meat variety. Mantels and Urates of every kind always on hand and sold at the LOWEttT RATES. Call and examine our now stock. pepi Corner Market and Third Streets, Maysvllle, Ky. the: best plage: -TO STOVES, ! unniLuj mnniLLuj TINWARE, liuij IS Blatterman OUR SPECIALTIES. Latest and most Improved styles ol Cookintc and Heatlnc Pfoves, made nfWneclliur, W Va,. ofhot blast charcoal iron.warranted not to havoafclngleouuceof tcrapln them. These Btoves of course, wear tho longest. lloUNi; mUNtHHINti tioons of all kinds nnd the Best quality. 1'EEKIjENH ICE UllEAM has no complications beyond tho capacity of a child. The can nets squarely anywhere. The dasher is 1ITTLE JOKKU WAN1U2SG Chenri'and Effective. Jlest made. IVEN OF THE WEST WATER BKAWEIt, Wch savea half of tho labor of draw-Ins water from n well or cistern. E AKLY BKKAKFANT COOKING STOVE, which is admitted by all who have used It KJ UUVU 4JU RUKiiVI VMSM14 HVV i yt apl!3dly "M.K ' :ON; - brands. Select your favorite and call BLUE and GllEEJSr. ' - PKISTSin, BUY- AT & Power's. UUU DV'U Ufl WliUbUU J VW YVJOil Ml UUJT UtUUW BLATTERMAN & POWER.