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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY JUNE 4. 1833.
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MiNEiiVA W. U. Huwes.
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TUCKAHOK. W. L. Holton.
Slack's P. O M. V. Moinn.
Elizwim.e W. H. Stewart.
Fakkow's SroiiE S. T. Knrrow.
Mt. CAitMEi. T. A. Henderson.
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Mujti'iiYsvii.iiE. W. T. Toinlln.
Pokman's Xi'Kisos. M. Hnwley.
Washington Mls A nun Thomas.
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The Star-Route trials have been in progress
exactly one year,
The iron men at Pittsburg have signed
the new scale and work was resumed at
their mills to-day.
Commissioner Evans, it is said,, will
favor the consolidation of the revenue
districts from 120 to 90.
Commander McCook, of the Light
House steamer Lily, is soon to be relieved
by Capt. Kelloj. who has lately
been attached to the U. S. ship Tallapoosa.
The enormous cost of a worthless navy
is shown by the fact that, beginning with
1307, two years after the close of the civil
war, and including 1332, the annual appropriations
for our naval establishment
have aggregated $325,809,185.
David C. Kixlar, who had his license
revoked by the National Board of Supervising
Inspectors last year, because of
alleged criminal carelessness in the matter
of the collision, has
bien commissioned as a pilot and is
now ut work on the Ohio river.
The Washington Post says: If
would turn its Musical College into
a medical school for a few months the
doctors of that city might learn to identify
a case of small-pox, that the remains
of persons dying of that awful disease
would not be sent to their friends in the
ountry under false certificates, to be exposed
at public funerals and spread disease
The Methodist brethren of Maine
don't propose to mince matters, and
hence, in conference assembled, have
voted that ' the use of tob.icco is a sin
ag.iinst God." li that ia so, it would be
easy to show, by internal revenue statistics,
that the " sin against God" is pretty
extensively practiced in these Unite 1
States. Tne conference ought to have
chawed that question a little more bo'ore
expectorating its decision.
The Textile Record is authority for the
statement that manufacturers as well as
wool-growers, are uneasy about what is
to follow the tariff change in July. It
says: "The changes from the old duties
have in many cases been made in such a
manner that the most expoiienced persons
are unable to say with anydegieeof
confidence what their effect will be upon
impoited fabrics. Indeed, a good deal of
the law is so olcure and doubtful in its
meaningth.it theTieasury officials have
been for several weeks trying to interpret
it so that it can be put into simple
working order bv the first of Julv."
The American Register talks wisely
when it says : " Protect labor fir.it and
then let us talk about 'protecting' cap.
ital. Labor produces capital. Let us go
to the fountain hoad of good and evil and
of riches and poverty, and first guard it ;
and then, and not till then, should wo
entwine about the products of this labor,
which we call 'capital' in the hands of
the rich, the guardianship of law and
gold. "We can only protect labor by
ing the cheapest possible materials which
it consumes. Others may lond labor
money with which to buy; but this price
at last is paid by the laborer. Republicanism,
so-called, would reverse-. the1 pro-boss.
It protects those-who prey upon
labor, who hire toil in the cheapest
and failing to find it their, import it.
The American Free-Trader snys : It is
a fact that the so called " free-trade"
tarill'of 1840, which largely reduced the
duties on all classes of manufactures gave
the signal for the first decided increase
of wages paid by American
Wo have not the means of telling
how great the advance was between
1810, and 1850; but it was undoubtedly
considerable. Between 1850, nnd
1800, however, we have official sta
tistics, which show that the average year
ly wages of workmen advanced from
$245 in 1850, to S2S9, in 1800. In 1801,
ttiu tariff was again raised, and wages
were reduced considerably; but this was
to to luro mi extent the effect of the outbreak
of the war that wo lay no stress
upon it. The Immense nunlbur of volunteers
dr.iwn off for the war caused a
rise in wages during tho following year,
though not to any higher point than they
had stood at under the low tariff of 1800.
Tho entire increase in wages which afterwards
took place, and which has been so
much boasted of as tho result of a protective
tariff, was clue solely to the inflation
of tho currency and demand for
manufactures caused by the waste of war.
But even with this nominal increase
there never was a time dining which
workmen's wages were materially higher
in gold than they had been in 1800. They
at an extremely high point when
the census was taken in 1S70, and yet
when reduced to gold the average wages
of manufacturing workmen then were
only $302, as compared with $189 in 1800,
a nominal advance of less than 5 per
cent. Estimating in purchasing power,
these, wages were equal pnly to $242, as
compared with the price of tho necessaries
of life inl800,beingan actual decline,
notwithstanding an enormous increase of
the tariff, of $47, or about 17 por cent;
and they were actually less in purchas
ing power than they had been in 1850.
A. rapid reduction of wages followed in
the years 1874, to 1877. A gradual rise
then took place, which became rapid in
1879. The census was tnken for the period
including Juno 1, 1879, to June 1, 18S0,
which was exactly the highest point of
prices, and wages in manufactures generally
and especially in iron and steel.
It was alsoa period of great inflation; all
the paper currency being kept afloat
with tho addition of an enormous amount
of gold. Inflation, of course, causes a
nominal increase in wages; but it also
causes a still greater increase in prices
Nevertheless, the average wages of man
ufacturing workmen in 18S0, irrespective
of their purchasing power, were only
$340, showing a gain of only 20 per cent,
in twenty years, while there had been a
gain of 20 per cent, in ten years of a low
taiiff. This high average only lasted
two years, after which wages were cut
down fully 20 per cent, the aver
age wages no higher than they were
twenty years ago; while the cost of livin
has greatly increased.
The May collections in the Lexington
Internal R venue District will amount to
Address of the Democratic State Central
To the Democrany of Kentucky:
The State Central Committee, in discharge
of the trust confided to it bv the
Lite Convention, deems it appropriate to
address to you a few words relative to
the duties which devolve upon every
member of the organization. A State
ticket has been presented for your support
in tho recognized form, against no
member which of aught can bo said,,
thereby adding personal recommendation
to the formal indorsement and authority
of the party. It behooves, therefore
every Democrat to see to it that tho
prestige of Democratic victory is not impaired
by a reduction in our hitherto
well earned majorities, through tho
or indifference of a single
voter. The over-confidence which results
from an assured majority is apt to
engender u neglect of the exercise ot the
huh prerogative of the elective franchise,
and when once this becomes habitual
danger to our dearest rights is imminent.
Our appeal therefore to the vigilent exercise
ot your right as voters is made from
the higher plane of duty as citizens, as
well as fiom tho obligation which at
taches to you as members of a party organization
co-extensive with tho Union.
The campaign which lies before us, to
closo on the first Monday in August, is
but tho procutsor of the broader and
more important struggle in the I'ederal
arena of next yeax From tho prominence
which Kentucky enjoys iu tho sisterhood
of Democratic States, and speaking
as hho will among the first, tho result of
our August election will have an important
influence upon the hopes or fears of
our adversaries. We therefore exhort
every man who calls himself aDomocrat
to do his whole duty, both iu tho campaign
and at the polK Your Committee
will endeavor to fulfill all reasonable ex-,
pectntions in promoting success, and it
asks, as it has a right to expect, tho fullest
co-operation of the candidates for
office, the local committees, and the rani;
and file of the party in tho canwifcs and
at tho polls.
Assured of this, wo look with every
hope to an increased majority, as a note
of confidence in tho wisdom and virtue
of tho Democratic party and its principles
and as a forecast of the dqom which tho
Amorican poople have in store for tho
organization which has eo long wielded
tho Federal power. Let the watchword
of every Democrat in Kentucky bo harmony,
vigilance and victory.
By tho Committee.
J. Stodpaud Johnston, Oh'm,
H. T.Stanton,' Sec'y.
Or tho Kentucky Central Railroad.
Time tablo lu effect May 20, 1883.
stations Ex. Ac.
a.m. J', si
Lvc.Maysvllle. (I oo 12 3
" Hum'ltt 13 12 42
" Clarlc's.. 0 17 12 It
" Mars'll.. 0 13 12 M
" Helena. 0 3.1 1 0.1
" John'n.. (I 13 1 13
" EllzMle 0 -IS 1 2')
" Ewlng... fl fi3 1 2".
Cowan.. 0 5S 1 30
" P.Val'y. 7 (M 1 38
" Meyers.. 7 15 I 43
" Carlisle. 7 30 2 00
" Mll'bu'g 7 50 2 18
Arr. Paris 8 15 2 10
Arr. Lex'tnn 0 10 3
Arr.Cov'ton 11 30 0 00
A.M. P. M
11 f 0
A.M 1". M
Lve Lex'ton 4 45
Lve .Cov'ton 310
Lve i.I'arl" 'Tib 533
Mll'b'g.. T'ris Too
Carlisle 7 80 0 20
Meyers, 7 43 0 30
P.Val'y 7 51 0 I'i
Cowan. 8 01 0 52
Ewlng.. 8 07 0 58
Ellz'lle. 8 11 702
John'n. 8 17 7 08
Helena 8 2 7n
Mars'U. 8 37 7 20
Clarlc's 8 42 7 3n
Rnm'ltt 8 47 7 3ft
An . Maysvllle 0 0J 760
Connects at Lexington with tho C. AO, It.
R. tor Aslilunil, Huntington and all points
lu the East and Southeast with the C. N. O
&. T. P. R. R for Chattanoga and tho South,
with, the L. & N. It. R, lor Frnnktort and
W. C. SADLER, Agent,
C. L. BROWN,
O. P. and T. A.
Covington, PIcmiiigsburg and Pound
Couuectliw with Trains on K. C. R. R.
Flkmincihi.'Uko tor Johnson Station:
5:13 a.m. Cincinnati Express.
ft:l:ia. re. Mnysvllle Accommodation
3:2.j p. in. Lexington.
7:02 p.m. Maysvllle Kxpioss.
eaveJoiiN.soN Station for Fleinlngsburg on
the imlvitl ot Trains on the K. ... C. R. R.:
U.lll a. ni. I.llll b. m.
9MS a. iu. .'M7 D. in.
B" The following are among tho leading
Business Establishments of Maysvllle. Customers
Will Hud these houses lellablenud occupying
u commanding position lu their
Locksmiths and Ball-Hangers.
Are prepared to put up Electric Hou-o Bells
which are not exposed In tne loom like the
old style. Prices low. Call and see
SecondSireet, myU MAYSVILLE, KV.
A . IJUOWNING.M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office and residence south-east corner of
Third and Suttou streets. Will give special
attention to diseases peculiar to females.
A M. KOOERS,
Boots, Shoes, Hats andCaps.
U E. Sec. St, mch301y MA YSVILLE, KY,
A ri.VUH dr CO.,
GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP.
Cor. Third and Sutton Streets,
mch301y MAYSVILLE, KY.
BOOT km SHOE STORE.
Custom work a specialty. Large stock. All
kinds at lowest prices.
No. 4, Market stree ,two doors below D. A.
Rlclmidsou fc Co.'s grocery.
nW&wly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Dealers iu Staple and Fancy
No. 3. Enterprise Block, Second Street.
nplAIty MAYSVILLE. KY.
1 ROBERT DAWSON A CO.,
CIGARS and CONFECTIONERY.
FRESH STOCK ! PRICES LOW !
Second Street, EAST MAYSVILLE.
Second street, next door to Dr. Martin's
aplOdly MAYSVILLE. KY.
p S. MINER A BRO,
Boots, Shoes, Leather
No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets.
mchSldly MAYSVILLE, KY.
TR. T. II. N. SMITH,
Will devote his whole time to the preservation
of the natural teeth. Dr. C. w. Wnidle
will take charge ot all the mechanical work,
such ns gold, sllver.couiluuousgum, celluloid
and rubber plates. mchSldly
STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, !
mantels, etc. Solo agents for the celebrated I
Omaha and Leader stoves. Rooting and gut- .
terlng piomptly nnd sutlsfactorlly done. Cor-
nerot Market aud Third stieets, A. R. Glus-1
cock's old stand. npllOdlw J
U II. TUAXEIi,
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ice cream pnrlors opeu for tho season. Absolutely
puro c.indies. Fresh bread of all
kinds. Furnishing weddings and parties a
specialty. Pi ices low. mnyldly.
JjIRAXU R. l'HISTKR,
Manufacturer of Picture Frames and deuler '
lu Miscellaneous Goods.
.....K't.l .. MAVSVTT.T.I? TTW i
Contractor and. Bujider.
Plans and Specifications furnished nnd
nil woi'K niomntlv and satisfactorily done.
Shop on s.ecou J street, opposite High school.
aplOdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Pineapple Hams. Home-made Yeast Cakes.
may30dly SECOND STREET.
p S. JUDD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
i( Renl r.stntoanrt Collecting Agency.
Court St., (npl2dly) MAYBVILLE. KY.'
F HANK DEVINE,
Proprietor of the celebrated brands: Hold
the Port, Parlor Queen ntwl Mother Hubbard.
Best cigars lu the market. Full variety of
Second street, ally MAYSVILLE, KY.
Dealers In Staple aud Fancy
mch3tly MAYSVILLE, KY'.
fl OLT RICHEKON,
Denier In Staple nnd Fancy
hns RKMOVED from his old stand to the
building on Second stioet lately occupied by
ChailesH Frank. nplldly
TT VST tt IIOY1.E,
Every new shndo In
Crushed Strawberry, Electilc Blue, Egyptian
etc., and new to match.
Second St., inch3lly MAYSVILLE, ICY.
T .'. OtVK.Vt A CO
This space has been reserved for their
LOOK OUT FOR IT.
J OU.V WJIKKLKlt.
Daily FISH Market.
River, Lake and salt water llsli. Pi Ices
tills day to 8 and 10 cents n pound.
Market stieet, u!8 MAYSVILLE, KY.
TOHN It. POYXTZ.JR.,
Oldest and bet Companies. ItiMiies for
full value. Low rates. Los-e promptly paid.
NodNcounts No delays. Office corner Third
aud Market stieets. nplOdly
I AS. II. SALLEE, CLAT.E.NCE L. SAI.LEE.
KrWlce A Snllec,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Court Street, (seplGdly) UAY8VILLE, KY
WALTHAM WATCH STORE.
Headquarters for Clocks, Silver Ooods, Jewelry
etc. A 11 work pioiuptly and
done. Second St., Ea.it of Mai ket. ap!7
T W. SPARKS BRO.,
iVb. 21, MARKET STREET.
NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS
aud Window Shades. Good Carpets at 30. ?8.
40, 45, 50, 00, 03, 70, 75. and 90 cts., $1.00 an I 81 25
per yard.' mcbSldly
TAMES & CAIlft,
(Successors to Thomas Jackson,)
Livery, Sale and Feed Stables
Street Hack orders promptly ntteuded to at
all times. Fluest and latest style Turnouts.
Hoises bought nuri sold ou Commission. Market
St., four doors below Central Hotel. n!2J
JOHN T. FJLEMIN.
Represents the Loudon aud Liverpool nnd
Globt German American, of New York, ami
Plienlx. ot Brooklyn. agent for Blue
Lick Water. Otilee corner of Front nnd Sut
ton streets. up!17dly
T F. RYAN.
Manufacturer and dealer lu hand, pocket
STAMPSRUBBER TYPE, STENCILS,
dates iSic. Guns, Pistols, Trunks, Valises nnd
Sewing Machine repulied. Trumpets put un
bells hung, aud keys made to order, stencil
SecoudSt., apl7dly MAYSVILLE. KY.
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ice cream and soda water. Fresh bread
and cakes. Parties aud weddings furnished
ou short uotlce.
; Second St., may.3dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Real Estate aad Collecting- Agency.
Third street, near Court house,
mylOly MAYSVILLE. KY.
J ANE A WORRICK,
Contractors, Architects, Builders.
Plans and specifications furnished an reas.
onable terms aud all work satisfactorily aud
piomptly done. Olllceon Third street, between
Wall aud Suttou. apUldly
ORRISON .V HACK LEY,
Wholesale and Retail
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
SecondSireet, (mliSSly) MAYSVILLE, KY.
lfllS XOU POWL1NG,
Latestsprlug styles of Hajs. Bonnets, Ribbons,
Flowers and Millinery Goods generally.
EntliefcutMncllon uuuranieed In nil cases.
Second, Opera House, maylly
Latest styles of Huts. Bouuets. Laces nnd
Millinery olliu. Prices low. Second street,
Airs. George Burrows' old stand. npllGdly
vreUUVULK A HOLTON,
5,000 STANDARD PRINTS
nt"5 ceut Job lot of seasonable goods Just
Pi hits Lawns, Ginghams, Purnsols
and F.uis at bottom pi lee-v nplSdly
ATTORNEY AT L1W,
Justice of tho Fence,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AQENT.
Will advertise and sell real estate. No charges
whatever unless a sale Is consumninted.
Deeds, mortgages Ac. written at rates as low as
auy one's. Olllco Llbiary Bulldlug, Suttou
Vf-ISS MATTIE CARD,
Second street, January's Block,
Millinery. &Q,Qds,, Jtats, ;(L$ces,
Feathers, Trimmings etc, of the latest styles.
Prices Low. i . mcli31dly
yj ' DAVIS,
FUKNISHIXa GOODS mill
Hats. Caps, Trunks nnd Valises. Tho latest
spring styles Just lecelved.
Market St., aplOdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
TITUS. A. J. WII.MA3IS.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will be sold CHEAP for the next thirty days,
Call and see thein.
mchSJly JS'o. 29, East Second Sired.
(Formerly Miss Maggie Rasp.)
has Just received a full supply of nil of tho
latest styles In Millinery Goods. Hats. Bon-
nets. Laces. Tilmmlugs and all seasonable
uovt'iues. rne niuies are lnviien to can.
Market street, al23ly MAYSVILLE.
TITUS. MAUY E. THOMAS,
Millinery and Notions,
Announces tlsat she has Just received her
spring stock, which will be found verv attractive
nnd that she hns also secured the services
of an accomplished dimmer from Clu
cinnntl. One pi Ice only.
13 E. second st.. aO.lly MAYSVILLE, KY.
"TOSi: DAl'IVIOX A: DUO.,
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full Hue of nil kinds of vehicles on hand
for sale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by
day, week or month. Largest and best appointed
Livery Stable lu the west. Prices as
owns any. Rest attention to vehicles stoted.
Telephone couuectlou. No. -10 and 42 west
Second St., npl'dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
BiSSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(Successors to Cooper & BIssot,
Dealers In .Stove, Kftiijres, Jlurblclzctt
Copper ant! Shect'Irou Wiro.'
Special attention paid to tin rootling, gutter
and spouting. Practical plumbers, gas and
steam titters. Viou;;lit Iron and lead pipes,
Ac. All work attended to promptly nnd
'J3 E. Second at.. a9dly MAYSVILLE. KY.
O WENS dc BARKLEY,
Nos.57nud 50 Second nnd 10 Sutton streotfl.
huve Just received a laro stock of Improved
VICTOR HAND CORN. PLANTERS,
I the greatest labor-saving Implement ever
fered to farmers. The best lon.icco hoes and
tobacco barn hardware of all kinds, apllo
AUI, D. ANDERSON,
T-to "K- tw t .B. .. t ctnr , r ' v31Hft
tfo. 21 Mmr ket St., nearly opp. CentralHotel,
Office Open at all Hours. MAYS VILLE, KY
r A, MEANS,
Full line of Burial Robes aud nil articles required
by the undei taking trade. Oidera
promptly atteuded to day or night.
tuttJly A'o. 01, East Second Street.
QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE,
Glass. Cutlery. Notions, etc No. 45 Market
Street. East side, between Second and Third,
uSldUui MAYSVILLE, KY.
No. 0, West Second Street.
Mouuments,, Tablets aud Headstones always
on hand. Orders by mall will receive
the same piompt attention as If delivered lu
C B. OLDHAM,
Sanitary Engineer. Gas and
Dealer In plumber's goods, Pumps. Hose,
Sewer Pipes, Lead and Iron Piping, Steam
and Water Gauges. No. H west Second street,
opposite Oelsel's grocery.
apl7dly MAY'SVILLE, KY.
Jl P. KIEF,
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work promptly aud satisfactorily done.
Terras reasonable. Front street, be'woeu
Market aud Sutton. npl(0dly
Manufacturer aud originator of the celebrated
Silver Dollar, Wm. Hunt's Dark Horse, Happy
smoke, Three Beauties. Cordwood and
Gold Slugs. Secoud Stieut, Maysvllle, Ky.
Air II ITE A ORT.
We will noi be undersold by nny Iioumj in
Kentucky or at Cluclunatl, It we nave hall a
iuch31dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Ar II. MATHKU'.S A CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
Building and Dressed Lumber,
Laths, Shingles, blinds, Fiames, Doors, Sash,
StaVes, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac.
mcil3'ily MAYSVILLE, KY.
Windhorst & Blum,
FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have Just received their Spring Stock
and Domestic Ooodot the latest stylos,
prices leasouablo aud work the best, nualy
Iir XV., LYNCH,
' Mauiilnctuter of and Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHCpES.
Ladles' and children's flue shoes a specialty
Custom work made to order. Repairing ueatly
uud promptly doue nt moderate churges.
No. 41 Market steett,(East side.
ally -MAYSVILLE, KY.
"yXSCEY A ALEXANDER,
UVWYALJE AM JP CABLES,
Vehicles of all kluds, good stook nnd careful
drivers..! Horsea kept by the day, or week ou
reasonable terms.) Secoud St., betweqirMarket
and Llintfitbue. ' " ' ' ,'1, "