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THE MISSOURI CYCLONE.
latest Scnm from tho Scene of the
Chicago, Not. 0. Tho latest dispatches
from tho Springfield, Mo.f cyclone say that
at Republic flvo houses wore blown down
and their contents scattered. John Ingles,
Walter Strong, John Walton, and WUlio
Yonngblood were all seriously hurt. At
Brooklyn Mrs. Habcrly vras killed, Alfred
Raddalk, Mrs. Boono, and Win.
seriously injured. At Brooklyn Station
Mrs. Holbert was killed and Isaac
Boone's two children fatally hurt. A f
was scattered, two of its inmates fatally
and km seriously hurt, names unknown,
schoolhouso cantaining 50 children
was scattered and throe wore hurt.
The Jamaica Agitation.
Kingston, Jam., Nov. a Residents' of
this Island arc still greatly excited over tho
Arbitrary acts of tho Colonial Government,
and the agitation continues, showing
no sign of diminishing. They say that
nothing short of a representation will satisfy
them. A political meeting held in this
city on tho 1st inst. to protest against tho
arbitrary form of Government on tho
Island in which the people have no voico,
was an immense and enthusiastic aftyiir.
Tho laws which compel the people to pay
heavy taxes without being ablo to havo a
voico in thoir expenditure, was roundly denounced.
Winners at Brighton Beach Kate
Treasurer, Littlo Buttercup, Brims
Match advertised to tako placo between
Carver and Staub at Louisville to-day, for
$1,000 and world's championship, declared
Sullivan proposes to back Blade to fight
Paddy Ryan for $2,500 a side.
International bench show of dogs at Now
Orleans begins December 18.
A brutal dog fight occurred at tho Silver
Lake seven miles back of Covington,
betwoen'Paddy' nnd'Jack," Cincinnati
dogs. A big crowd was present
and excltemont ran high, Jack was badly
punished and defeated.
Teenier, tho Pittsburg sculler, is out with
a challenge to row Hanlan a five mile race
for tho championship of tho world before
Hanlan goes to Australia. Toemer says he
will give Hanlan the choice of water, and
has put up $500 forfeit with a Chicagc
sporting journal. Teenier expects to meet
Hanlan in Chicago this week for tho
of arranging a race.
The Cold Vt'nvo.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 0. A cold wave
is advancing from the Mississippi Valley
and will extend over tho Southern, MIcMIc
and New England States clurlng Wednesday.
Gone Itnck to Sunny Iinly.
Wilkkhjiaiire, Pm., Nov. 0. Two hundred
Italians, lately employed on a railroad
here, have started for Italy- They suy
America has been unrepresented to them,
could hardly earn enough to live on.
TIio Kcliool r Trade.
New York, Nov. 0. The " School ol
Trade" has opaned with two hundred youn?
men present. There 'will be closes hi
bricklaying, pattern-making aud pattern
PlTTRBl'iio, Pa., Nov. 0. Thieves stoic
$:j,O0U worth of cloth from J. F. Maedeu
tailoring uttublibhiuent. No arrests.
Mold on the ttullln.
New York, Nov. 0. Tho hteamcr'GnlHi,
which arrived hero from Liverpool, brought
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Cincinnati, Nov. 0. Cabbage Tho demand
was fair and tho market steady.
Choice homo grown celling at $1 6C
per- brl in shipping order. Shipped
stock sold at $5(0 ior hundred on track,
and $1 1$ xr brl from store. Turnips
Dullat $l(g$l 25 per brl fromstoro. Rutu;
bagas sell at $1 251 50 per brl. Onions-1
Quiet and steady. Prime to choice in
ping order sold at $1 2501 75 per brl.
Sweet Potatoes Market quiet and steady,
choice Jerseys being in demand. Prime
to choice Eastern yellow selling at f 2 00
02 25 per brl, and Southern do at $1 500
1 75; genuine Jersoys Belling at (3 5003 75
j , . pcrbrl. Potatoes Market easy, offerings
ing liberal. Early rose sell on track at 250
SOc per bu, and Burbanks at 30035c. Mixed
bulk lots sold at 20025a per bu on track.
, From btore, 5010c additional is charged.
Toledo, Nov. 0. Wheat Quiet: No. 1
white, $1 03; No, 2 do. OOo; No. 2 red,
,; cash, $1 1 00; November, $1 03Jf 5
December, $1 (MK January, 11 (XJ4;
Vebruary, $1 03; May, $1 13K; No. 3
red, W0O3o. Corn Dull but firm:
High mixed, 53c; No. 2 cash or November,
53c; December, fcOc; January, 50c
asked; May, 52c; rejected, 51Jc; no grade,
50c. Oats Qu.ot and steady; No, 2 white,
32K032cj No. 2, cash or November, 30c;
December, 31o? January, 320S2Xc; May,
35035c. 2, 570570-
Detroit, Mich., Nov. 0. Wheat Cash,
$1 05; December, $1 05; January,
1 0 cash; No. 2 rod, $1 05; No. 3
white, 0Gc. Corn No. 2 caah, Wo.
Oats No. 2 white, 33o; No. 2, 30c.
Milwaukee, Nov. 0. Wheat-Weaker;
t December, W)o; January, 97c, Corn-
Higher; No. 2, BOtfc. Oats-Strong; No. 2,
SOXc. Rye Firm; No. 1, 07c. Barley
Iitvo Stock Market.
Chicago, Nov. 0. Hogs The market ii
.stronger with fair to good light at 1 BO4J
4 75; mixed packing, 1 0004 85; choice
heavy, $4 4004 05. Cattle Market Blow
and steady; exports, $0 0000 75; good to
choice shipping, $5 4000 00; common to
medium, $3 004 CO; range cattle easy:
Nebraska) $4 CO; Texas bulls, $2 0002 25;
Tozas7cows9 $3 0003 40; grass Texnas,
, 3?$400; Americans, $4 0005 00,
Sbeejpemand very dull at 23a lower;
1 inferior to fair, $2 0002 60; good; $3 25;
choice, $3 50; Toxans, $2 0003 00.
DR. STROM'S PILLS
Thd Old, Well Tried, Wonderful HeaUh Renewing
KTKOXG'3 NAN ATI Vi; 1'IMH for llie
l.lver. A speedy euro for liiver Complaint
Regulating the Bowels, Purifying tiie Blood,
Cleansing from Malarial Taint. A perfect
cure for Sicli 1 find ache, CouMlpntftoii
llllll I WpOIIhlU.
NTUON'N l.KCTOKAIi MILS Insuu
healthy appetite, good digestion, regularity
of tho bowels. A sure remedy tor Colds ami
HhfumntUm. A preelotin boon to lrll
onto fcitmlctf, KOothintf and bracing the nor
vow:, system, and giving visor and hn11" o
every flbro of tho body. Hold by nruasWtH,
For nhaniphlwt elc.,odlressU. K. Hull, A Co,
ho 050, Oow York city. .
KNABB PIA1S3 OS.
7, Second Btrectf ltfayvHicHy.
PIANOS and ORGANS,
37, Second HtrCet, MnyMtlllo, Ky,
IL B. GLASCOCK k CO 'I
Is the best plnco to get bargains in
WHOLESALES RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
VV. uor. ttlain & Jb'iitli,
Iclnoft, lnlnl,01UV Uv Mull. They nro
tbo proprietors of tlio OrlglnM and genuino
cusUanashortUmobuyora particularly BOllcltoO.
Pes Pes Pies II
1 1 1 1 1
Old BKOWN'S PILE OJ RE will cure any
cose of protruding or ulcerated bleeding Piles
by n few applications. A trial will convince
any one who is suflerlng witb this loathsome
dlseaso that what wo say is true. For hole by
GEORGE T. WOOD,
Je3Dd&w4m Mnvsville, Ky.
14,003 lioxos o!d in a your by OJNB
Act Directly 011 tlic ILivcr.
Cukkh CiriLIB AND FKVKR, DYftl'El!,
Rick Hkadaciie, IULroiM Colic, CqxTtvA
THIN, RllKUMATIHK, PlLRS, PALI'ITATION
OP TIIK IlKAUT, IHZZINIAS. TOHI'JD I.IVE4I,
COATKUTOSUUK, 8LKHPLEWNKS8, AND ALT
DlSKABIU OP TIIK LlVKH ANI bTOUACII. If
you do not ' feel very well." n single pill ot
AtlmulatM the stomach, restores
the appetite. Imparts Vigor to the nvtem I
(rSELLERS&CO. PiijsbBrg, Pa. j
Rlntn A Mnnrr.n r.ls..f!lilftnn. . A-"
111 end rt'' lny Mma ibtif
I 'waft of iDitruutnU Siilu, C't lWIu,
I'ompont, Ep'ilf f ? lAmp. N. mbS)'
KlAml Drum Alftior't Fufu Aiitt
IU Sundry hin.J Oiirm J.traWlny
Ms(crtaii,ftl'oincuiMiniininonfti)d i.t JJt
trct for Ainntviir wJ a Cliiut
of Cbok 1Uu4 Mwio.
A Genial Request,
N respono to a very Kenernl tcqust we
JL novo imiuceci 10 nui upou tae murKei
t full Hue of the best makes of
which wo offer at reduce! rates. Needles, Oils
anu uiiacumeniH lor uu mnua 01 lnciiines
constantly on liunu.
nHPEUIAIj NOTIOE. A competent work
man in the oiHce will renulrany kind of Hew
in Muchlne promptly and satlHiuctorlly,
raiuuK 'infill iibKuuu hh now..
Enat Second street, Moysvllle, Ky.
Before INSURING YOUR LIFE
Savings Fund Plan
ife Assurance Society,
Instead of Investing In stocks, bonds or other
securities or depositing In Havings Hunks
EXAMINE THIS PLAN
of insurance, which not only yields a return
as an Investment, hut gives Immediate indemnity
in case or death.
Second Street, MAYSVILLE, KY
cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Rheumatic
flout, Gonornl loblllty, Catarrh, and all
disorders causod by a thin and Impoverished,
or corruptod, condition of the blood; expelling
tho blood-poisons from tho system, enriching
and removing tho blood, and restoring its vital
IJuring a long period of nnparalloled
Ayku's Sarsapaailla has proven lu
porfoot adaptation to tho euro of all diseases
originating In poor blood and a weakened vitality.
Jt ft a highly concentrated extract of Sarsaparilla
nml other blood-purify Ing roots,
combined with Iodide of Potassium and
Iron, and is tho safest, most reliable, and most
economical blood-purifier and blood-food that
oan be used.
Inflammatory Rheumatism Cared
"AVer's Sarsavarilla has cured mo of tho
Inflammatory Itheumattsw, with which I havo
suircrcd for many years. "V II, MooRi:."
.Durham, la., March 2, 1662.
" Eight years ago I had an attack of Rheumatism
so severe that I could not movo from the bed,
or dres, without help. I tried sovcral remedies
without much If any relief, until 1 took AVer's
Sausaiarilla, by tho use of two bottles of
which I was completely cured. I havo not been
troubled with tho Rheumatism since. Have sold
larco quantities of your Sarsai'ARUxa, and it
still retains Its wonderful popularity. The many
notable cures It has effected In this vicinity convince
me that it Is tho best blood medicine ever
oil e red to tho public. K. K. HAltitlB."
IUvcr St., Ilucklaud, Mass,, May 13, 1&2.
11 Last March I was so weak from general debility
that I could not walk without helt. I'ol
lowing tho advice of a friend, I commenced taking
Ayer's SarsaI'AIiiixa. and before I had used
three bottles I felt as well as I ever did in my life.
I have boon at work now for two months, and
think your Sarsaparilla tho greatest blood
medicine in tho world. James Maynard.m
C20 West 42d St., Now Tork, July 19, 1882.
AVER'S SARSArARiLLA cures Scrofula anil
all Scrofulous Complaints, Krystpelns,
Ringworm, Rlotchcs, Sores, Roils,
Tumors, and Irruptions of tho Skin. It clears
the blood of all impurities, aids digestion, stimulates
tho action of tho bowels, and thus restores
vitality and strengthens the wholo system
v l'REPARED BY
Dp. J.' C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists; price 1, filx bottles, $5.
P ANNA FRAZAR,
Dry Goods and Notions,
FumlMilhR 'Good, Books, Stationery and
for sin nil children anil kiowii persons a specialty.
A huge mock or
of nil KlmN. Novelties of al lc ndsnnd PHI
CE8 VKUY LOW. My Mock In milete In
alt Much and I mmrnnU't' Miibmetlon in all
cases. The public pnlionuue Is solicited
siadtl AUKS ANNA KUAZAR.
PIH 10 MANUFACTORY
F. L. TRAYS ER,
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED I
Front ftircei, Majaviiiis
Illzhestcash prlcopnltl for country produce,
Jyl<f Corner Kourttt and ?lum Btreots.
A Specific for Dyspopsia and Diseases
of tho Kidneys.
TTAB been uhoU wllh most gratifying sue-
j J J VL'fKl 11 lllltUJ UUniJllUlU tUDUQt i IVIlt X'
wuiuri pruiuNsor 01 uuuiuniry ut me
Cincinnati nay tnU water "belongs
to the (tamo class with tlmt of the Alleuhany
Bnrlnus, ot Virginia," tho medicinal virtue
of 7hlch aro too well known to be stated hore.
Those who deslro to try this famous water
aro referrod to Cifptalu C. W. Iloyd, Levannn
Ohio; Captain O. M. Ilolloway. Cincinnati,
Ohio; J. J, Uulpo, Cincinnati, Ohio. For sale
In half barrels and J ukh by
UUS. oiMMuxMa. rropneior.
m23d&wtl Aberdeen! Ohio.
FRESH OYSTERS !
Best brands served in any stylo, DAY OR
My establishment has lately been flttcdfup
in handsome style, and supplied with ever
convenience. Cpolcing unexcelled, ,
6SCd8m Ko. 8. M arlret street.
J J. McOARTHKY, Licensed Auctioneer
for Mason and adjoining counties. Orders
left at the Bulletin oflico will receive
prompt attention. 1. O. address ML Carmel
Ill 1 1
Frames in every style and design. These goods
will be sold to make room for Holiday Goods:
Gall and see them. FINE OIL PAINTINGS at
$15.00 per pair. ENGRAVINGS from $2.75 up.
BOOKS OF MUSIC 25 and 50 cts. Brass, China,
Wood and Paper Mache PLA'QUES. Tube and
Cake' PAINTS. CRAYON :PAPER, MODELS,
etc. A very fine assortment. Leading
PEBFlieS, POWDERS and SOAPS !
Articles for decoration in numerous designs.
-Mr. PHISTER has four beautiful designs in
CUT CARD BOARD that make beautiful ornaments
for table, mantlepiece or bracket, and
will present one to each customer buying goods
to the amount of 50 cts. or over. Call and see
them. They will be
sent to any address
on receipt of 5 cts.
FOR TWENTY- DAYS !
having a number that must bo disposed of to mako room for others on
tho way- rt
Myall, Hiley & Porter,
; I Wholesale and
In order to supply tho Increasing demands of our trade we are continually adding to our
supply of Bloves and Tinware.
REMEMBER OUR STOCK IS ALL NEW
having been recently purchased with a view to to tho wants of this market. C00U Stoves of
the best makes, Ileatluu StovoH In ureat variety. Mantels and Urates of every liind always
on hand and bold at tho LUWKST KATES, Call and examine our now block.
33GKISr:i3T7S7" eta .LXjXiZSCT,
sopJ Corner Market and Third Btreots, Maysvlllo, Ky,
THE BEST PLACE
STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, TINWARE, ETC,
Blatterman & Power's.
Latest ondmost Improved styles o( Cooblna and Hen time Btoves, mnde nt "Wheeling, W
Vaofj)mt,mast,cbarcoallroiit warranted nolto huvoaMnyloouncoof Bcrupln them. These
Btoves. of course, wear the longest
iroUflK FUKNipiI ING tiOOHfi of all kinds and the Best quality.
lKEHE3g IGE CRKAM has no complications beyoud tho capacity of
A child. The can set SQuaroJy anywhere. ,Tho dasher is self-adjusting.
IjlXTliE jonivlt liVAHXUNO Cheap and Effective. Best made.
nVKEN OF THE WEST WATXU1KAWEK, which Bayes half of tho labor of draw-inc
water from a well or, cistern.
J: A JtlT 1IREAKFANT COOKING RTOVE, which is admitted by all who havo used it
to nave no superior uau.auu beeiu uau
.!$ t r a
is ofiering at LOW
Prices a handsome
ssortment of small
retail dealers In ;
anuseouswuoiner you wisn 10 nuy or nou
BLATTSRMAJNT & POWER.