Newspaper Page Text
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY EVE., OCTOBER 1, 1883.
The above number represents the circulation,
each week nftlw Daily and Weekly
Bulletin. Ailvertuor are Invited to call
and awmr tUemelve o tlw truth of the
statement, amfllittfa requested to boar In
mind that our ra wa for advertising aro th
lowest t m -
Snow fell on Saturday in Minnesota,
Northern Wisfconsfrj'nnJ Michigan.
i i mm
Politics is a trade that is learned only
by hard knocks and plenty of experience.
Dn. Kodeut C. Chen'ault has been
appointed Superintendent of the Eastern
Lunatic Asylum, at Lexington.
Tina is the time of the year when the
wily politician calls his bosom friend one
side and whispers some deep secret in
It is said that General Grant look3
with decided disfavor upon the Republican
alliance with the Mahone
-.. .i m m .-
One thousand people are down with
yellow fever in Hermosillo, Mexico.
Three houses out of every four contain
one or moro cases each. The thermometer
rises to 100.
CitEssoN,on the Allegheny Mountains,
in Pennsylvania, has been suggested as
a good place for holding the next Republican
National Convention fjr the nomination
of candidates for President and
The colored men of Massachusetts in ;
convention have resolved that the education
of the negro in the south was the
ono great necessity of the south, andjthat
all' the rights and franchises to which the
black man is entitled would come with
The Synod of Kentucky (General Assembly)
meets at Danville, October 10th.
The Southern Synod meets at Harrods-burg
on the same day. The two Synods
will unite in celebrating, at Harroilsbur,
the centennial of Presbyterianism in
Senatou Cvllom, who succeeds David
Davis, will not literally fill the latter's
place, for he isn't much more than half
as big, being only a medium-sized man.
Ho is a good talker, and, like the average
Illinois statesman, full of anecdotes and
Mr. Wm. M. Evahts has spoken. His
utterance, in condensed form, is to the
eflect that only four Republicans will be
adopted for at the National Convention
next year. These four are President Arthur,
Senators Edmunds and Sherman,
and ex Secietarv Hlaiue.
The Manchester (Ohio) signal is one
of our mo&t valued exchanges. It is
neatly printed, gives promptly all the interesting
news of its neighborhood, and
is under the management of an intelligent
and courteous editor. It is worthy
of the support of all the good people of
The State Railroad I'oramifsioners of
Kentucky have completed their
equalization of tailroads. They
assess the Cincinnati Southern the highest
of any road in the State, the valuation
being placed at one-fifth of the nggtegate
valuation of the thirty or more other
lines within the State.
Tor mid About Women.
The Harvard "annex" for women is
eminently successful. Two out of a
class of five have become engaged to
Miss Grace E. Medborry, of Stafford
Springs, Conn., has gone to Lebanon,
III., where she has been chosen professor
of vocal and instrumental music in
McKendeee College, tip oldest institution
of the kind in the West.
Mrs. A.R. Churchill, of Montgomery,
Ala, bus the original copy of the constitution
of the Confederate States, the
first communication ever addressed to
the Congress bv President Davis and the
first bond tor 50 isued by the Confederacy.
Charlie went to see his sweetheart
the othui evening, and after a proper
amount of affectionate convocation,
said: "I'll irive you a pair of eamnps,
dear, if you'll earn them by letting me
bore your eais." 'Haven't I earned
them already, then?" queried the fair
object of his affections.
At the recent children's carnival in
Saratoga one little uirl was dressed to
represent a gold mine, and sho looked
like a forty-pound nugset. Her shoes
were gilded, her stockings weio of gold-colored
silk and her gown was a mass of
irildedsilk bunched up so that it looked
like a rough, irregular chunk of gold.
John W. Duchaman, of Indianapolis,
sued Mrs. Lily lied, alleging that she
had broken her promise to give him her
hand in marriage if ho would give her
n $500 pianoforte. He added that she
had also put cheese in his coffee, struck
him with a broom and thrown a lighted
match in his face. She denied every
allegation, and said that ho gavo her tho
pianoforte unconditionally, and other
presents as well. She admitted that she
onco playfully thrown pieco of cheese at
him when thoy were at tho table, and
that she pursued him with a broom
when ho tried to kiss her.
THE GHOST BUSINESS.
It rails to trlftIHMi (Iobh Needrul
Kris, Pa. Sept. 30; Th spiritualistic
pocwtr'of after irlmng up all
the eligible spooks in this section, is now
holding a "grand Bounce, in which
iu president, Hugh Jones, and its paor,
Moses Hull, are the principal medium".
Moses Hull recoiml a cull from the
Cleveland society, and, when about to
leave the citv, hta goods were seuod on a
landlord's wirrant, 'Kf Jow.rvIt rlow
transpires that the tawd for'llhlt's house
is a contract bet ween Jotted aod the society
of which fie IsT prentJent and Hull an
p j 4 tor. Tne fneadfTo'f IKe manipulator
of spirits propo) to materialize" the back
rent by istmjng a writ agshvst the society
and to seize Jones" household goods to
liquidate tu'o renf of hla 'oVii house, ' in
which Hull waa'Iiring. ,l
An Erring Wife ttrotiirht to Her
WATEnnrnv, Conn., Sept. 30. T!i
wife of Henrr Phut, of atortown, at
tempted to elope with a good looking
young1 Irishman employed by Her hin
oarui as a farm buu'i. She put all her
i lothes in ler kuitbitaift carriage, too
SJ'O in money aod drort? nwu
w.iis the fauit 1 wiw hi" atton
ance at an agrtouitiiral fair. Th
Irishman wa sopocted ami arretted
;re lie was able to meet her, and she !'
the team and walked to tub citywher
sh wart capture' J. 3o fnr aKwspre
vtudsly known the home of the Pluus w.i
happy and supplied with every couwYir
and source of contentment and huppiue
She expresses regrot aud promises reform
anil her husband ha forgiven her u:u
taken her back.
$'25,000 Whisked Xvrny in a Very Fctt
Boston, SepU 3(). On tho day of ono of
the great failures in Boston recertly a
check of tho insolvent firm for $2000
was deMsited in a Boston bank and sent
to the Clearing-Houde. It was then transferred
to the account of another bank and
was taken to that bank for redemption.
The rules of the Clearing-House Association
provide that checks when proved to
be worthless shall be returned to the bank
from which they were received before 1
o'clock on the day they are rccoived. By
courtesy the bank allows five minutes
more. The bank which received the
check in question, finding that it was not
good, returned it to the other bank, where
it was received just four minutes too late,
and the holder of tho papor loses $25,000.
Attempted Crliiiliirtl ANsnnlt on a
Norristown, Pa., Sept, 30. Maggie
McKeman, Mary Foley and Annie
each about eighteen years old, walked
up the railroad last evening about 7
o'clock, on their way home from work, and
a bhort distance below the Mill Street Depot
pjjed between two trains standing
side by Mde on the tracks. Someone
whom they failed to recognize crawled
from beneath a car, and, roughly seizing
Mary Foley by the ankles, attempted to
throw her dowh. ' She screamed and
struggled, and her affrighted companions
ran oiicre.uning for help. Assistance arrived
om)ou that the man was compelled
to relax hN hold in order to escape.
grabbing the Foley girl the same man
reached from beneath the car and caught
Annie Ilayuor by the ankle.
FILLED "WITH STONES.
I'rofierty i Siilcldt Tried to Take to
Bostok, Sept. 30. The suicide of Mr
Edward Bates, of Cambridge, who was to
have married Miss lloudlett, of Catskill,
on Tuesday, is attributed to entanglements
of a social nature. In his pockets were
found a lot of stones and soldering irons,
aud in his private desk were notes addressed
to his betrothed and members of
his family, announcing his intention of
committing suicide. The mysterious woman
who so uncermoniously addressed
Miss lloudlett has not been discovered,
but she is believed to have been one cause
of the tragedy. Miss lloudlett is a native of
Albany, where she owns considerable real
estate, Mr. Bates was also wealthy, and
all of his property will go to his children.
J CONDENSED NEWS,
Prince Bismarck has returned to Berlin.
Tho strike of the weavers at
has beeu settled satisfactorily.
Harvard College reopened with the
largest number of frefahmen that it has
si er had.
Three diplomas have been awarded to
American exhibitors at the Vienna Electrical
Jh i expected to return
to Paris to resume the duties of minister
of foreign affairs.
Tho Algerian insurgent chief,Si Sliman, ,
has been killed at a feast to which ho wa
invited by two other chieftans.
Cattle disease has broken out in
and Santa Clara, Cuba, and is causing
heavy losses to breeders.
General Hancock is recovering from the
e fleets of the recent accident to his knee
and will soon be about as usual.
"Virginia" continues to please at the
Arch Street Opera House. Philadelphia,
aud will keep tho boards tuis week.
About 14,9G0 people crossed the
Bridge Wednesday on tho street cars
a'nd 10,000 on foot. The receipts average
51,100 per day.
Mme. Marcella Senibrich. soprano, of
Abbey's Onera Troupe, sailed from Liverpool
forjSew York on tho6teamer Germanic.
It is proposed to establish an inland
quarantine .at Yuma, Ari., to prevent tho
introduction of Mexican yellow fever into
the United States,
Montgomery, who murdered Mr. Quig-ley,
a railroad contractor, last summer, at
Brackett, Tex., has been sentenced to an
imprisonment of years,
HO ! FOR CINCINNATI !
Fifth Street, Opposite tjie Fountain. ;
SSTEvory floor of thoir immense establishment is packed wiih
CLOTHING, H ATS, SHOES,
and rURNISHINQ GOODS, bought by them for GASH at ridiculouslylow prices, and will be sold without
any regard to actual values. We want everybody visiting Cincinnati to como and see how our stores
aro packed with goods. Wo want overybody to take advantage of our limitless stock and laughably LOW
prices. It is customary for some merchants to put on big profits at the beginning of a season, but wo aro
not of that number,
An AvQi'ftg Profit five Per Cent.
Is all wo want, for wo rely on tremendous sales to spe us safely through the Boason,
Our stock of Men's Clothing is the biggest in town.
Our stock of Boys' Cloteing is the largest in the west.
Our stock of Itats and Caps for Boys and Men is immense.
Our Shoe department is the largest in the union.
Our Furnishing Goods Stock is mammoth.
SAVE TOUR RAILROAD PARE by ooming to Cincinnati and buying of
C. K, MABLEY & CO.,
Fifth Street, Opposite the Fountain.
1 ' i
HA rH m
0. STRONG'S PILLS
Thd Oia, Well Tried, Wonderful Health Renewing
STUOXG'S SANATIVK lIliLS for Hie
Mvor. A bpeedy cure for Liver Complaint
KeuulatloK the Howeb, Purlryiug the Ulood,
Clennsluglrom Malarial Taint. A iierlVol
euro forSli'Ic IleiulncUe, Constipation
hTlUKr.s iKCvroilAL insure
bealtliv appetite, good regularity
t the ljowel9. A sore remedy for Colds and
Uhiniraitliim. A prpcloiiH boon to dell
pulp femaUs, southing and braelup the
system, mid giving vJcor and health to
every fibre of the body. Sold by DruKulsts.
For plimnpUletx, etc., address C. E.Hull A Co.
box 0oU, Oew York city.
IVORCES No imbllcltv: residents ol any
State. Desertion, Non-Support. Advice
id applications for stamp, w. H, LEb,
tt'y, aao B'way, N. Y,
send for our Select List
of Local Newspapeis. Geo, P. Rowell t
Co., 10, Spruce sticet., N. Y.
taylousv1llk i o.
col. iiii,auyi.jom;s m. a.
the thirty-fourth annual
sion begins sepfember 20.
special provision for small roys.
send for catalogue.
hundred and six acres of uoort land
ONE land on Lawience Cieuk. Two dwellings
ami two tobacco barns. Fine orchard
and an abundance ol water. Capabls of hub
divUlou Into two furuis sixty and forty-sis
acres each. Price low. Apply to
s5(U:wlm G. S. AVaLl, Court street.
A, rl, GLASCOCK & CO
Is the best place to get bargains lu
In order to make room for an immense, stook of
, HEATING STOVES,. GRATES, MANTELS, I
required for our fall trade, we will offer the following COOK STOVES at
cos which will convince the most skeptic that thoy will SAVE MONEY by giving
us a call before purchasing.
No. 8 Omnlm, coal or wood Stove, worth $35 00 or , , $V) oo
No. 8 Lentlur
No, 7 "
No. 7 Alliutor
OooilM nnrt Worlt WAltn AWTJGD.
Number 43, Second street, three doors below
ilnrket street, Mnysvllle, Ky. npUUdly
3J 00 for 14 00
Hit tflj 1UI t. ...... .....H ........ ... ..l On '"J
vt i or. ..... .... .................. i. .. uu
an oo tor 20 00
2 00 for 22 00
SO 00 lor 2-5 00
3-3 00 for 30 00
BSy The above prices . include all all the trimmings usually givon with
Stoves. Persons visiting the Fair aro requested to call andosamino our stock.
Wo have reduced prices in all departments and desire tho public to boar in
mind that we WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. Call and bo convincod that we
havo tho most complete and CHEAPEST stock of STOVES, TINWARE, &c
in Northeastern Kentucky. 13X1U130WE:R, Ss CO.,
No. 30, Market St., East side, (Tudor's old stand),
tsepSOd&w Maysvillo, Ky.
"WIHDHOUST 8s BLITM,
tUTNoarly oppoKito IliuiU of Muyhvllle, Necond Mtrect.TTU
ETAI I CTVI PQ JUST RECEIVED. We nre recolvlnt: continually a
ImLaki 0 I 1 Ul0 h lebii Supply ot Domestlo and I tn potted Cnssl meres of
the Latest htyles. We uuainntee perfect satUiactlou and our work every respect
and our PRICES REAONABLE.
Will devote his whole time to tho preservation
of the natural teeth. Or. C. v. Wartlle
will take charge ol all the mechanical work,
such as sold, snver.contluuousgum, celluloid
and rubber plates. mchSldly
STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE,
mautels, etc. Solo agents for the celebrated
Omaha aud Leader Btove.s. Rooting and guttering
promptly aud satisfactorily done. Corner
of Market aud Third fctreets, A. R. Glascock's
old staud. nplltSdlw
n U. TltAXKL,
BAKER AND CONPEOTIONER.
Ice cream parlors open for tho season. Absolutely
pure caudles. Fresh bread of all
kinds. Furnishing weddings and parties u
specialty. Price low,
p t;ouoK n, ni;xsi;rt,
Pineapple Hams. Home-made Yeast Cakes.
inayBOdly SECOND STREET.
Bealeis in Staple and Fancy
T3UNT a uovm:,
Every now shade in
Crushed Strawberry, Electric Ulue, Egyptian
etc., aud new Trimmings to match.
Second St., mchSlly MAYSVILLE. KYf
TVTAYSVIIiLK DIK 1XOVSJL.
DYEING and CLEANING
in Silk and Woolen Goods, Dresses, Shawls,
Ribbons lu all colors. Gentlemen's clothlug
Cleaned and Dvetl. Front street, below Hill
House. s2i JOSEPH BRENNER, Dyer, I
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of tho Kidneys.
HAS been used with most gratifying
in mauy obstinate cases. Prof, F.
W.Clark, professor of CbemMry at tho University
of Clnclnmtti says thl4 water belongs
to tho same class with that of the Alleghany
Springs, ot Virginia," the mediciual virtues
of which nretoo well known to be stated here.
Those who desire to try this famous water
are referred to Captain ti W. Royd, Levanna
Ohio; Captain C. M. Holloway, Cincinnati,
Ohio; J. J. Ralpe, Cincinnati, Ohio. For bale
in half barrels and jugs by
GUS. SlSiMONS, Proprietor,
ra23dfcwtf Aberdeen. Ohio.
:Dealer In: .
Dry Goods and Notions,
Furnishing Goods, Rooks, Stationery and
for small children and grown perbous n specialty.
A huge stock of
Hand-Made Knit Goods
of all kinds. Novelties of all kinds and PRICES
VERY LOW. My stock Is complete lu
all lines aud I guarantee satisfaction lu ail
cases. The public pationago Is solicited.
Sl3dtf MISS ANNA FRAZAR.
Cop, Sixth and Walnut Sts.
o x 3ar o x nxrpxr a. t x o