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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY EVE., OCTOBER 9, 1883.
THfc above muutror represents the clrcula
tton, each week, nt the Daily and Wbhkly
Bulletin. AdY(!r, rtre invited to call
and assure themsulvet ot tha truth of the
statement, auU tuny are requested to hear iu
mind that onr ra es tor Advertising are the
An effort is being made to bring Jenny
Lintl to this countrvonce more.
The loss by the burning of the Kentucky
River Mills, near Frankfort, on
Saturday, was about $&0,pOl).
John Byrne, Vice President of the
Irish National Land League of America,
delivered an address nt Lexington, Sunday,
on the aims and purposes of the
Extensive preparations are being made
for the celebration, at Harrodsburg, this
week, of the centennial of Presbyterian-ism
In Kentucky. Three hundred clergymen
Tun Massachusetts Independents met
at Boston, adopted a platform which denounced
Ben Butler and tupported Robinson,
but scratched the Republican candidate
for Lieutent Governor. No ticket
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Maiione recently charged Congressman
Goode with holding his office by
fraud. Goode retaliates by denouncing
Mahone iu withering terms, indorsing
Gen. Early's characterization of him as
a " liar and a coward."
A named Fugate refused to I
pay his fare on a train in Boyd county,
KyM and when the conductor undertook
to put lijm ofl, fired at him. The bullet
missed the conductor and struck a passenger
named Auglin, who died within a
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The total value of our imports of
during the twelve months
which ended August 31st, was $706,324,-5(4,
a decrease from those of the preceding
twelve months of $33,204,349. The total
value of our exports of merchandise during
the twelve months, which ended August
41st, was $S20,7iO,9l9, and increase
THElarne1: hog pen Jn the world Parkers-burg.
That is a deliberate and malicious
falsehood, and Maysville is not going to
bo deprived of her laurels by anv such
misrepresentation. This town is about
three miles in length, and it is a perfect
hog wallow from one end to the other.
As a pig-sty Maysville yields the first
place to no town on earth.
Octoijek elections have dwindled iu
number of late years, and the present,
month will furnish but two State contests,
tho?e of Ohio and Iowa. Both occur
to-day. Iowa will chose i's Governor
and other State offices, part of its Senate
and all of its House of Represenatives.
Ohio will choose its Governor and other
State officers and both branches of the
Legislature, and iu addition it will vote
upon three proposed amendments of the
State Constitution, one of -them effecting
changes in the judicial system, and the
other two a choice between
the prohibition of the sale of intoxicating
liquors and its regulation.
Hon. D. K. Wets, editor of the Ashland
Kxpress, was of counsel for George
Ellis, who confessed to complicity in the
Ashland tragedy, and was hung by a
mob. In view of Craft's persistent protestations
of innocence Mr. We'.s prints
Before Neal or Ciaft had been tiled, we had
frequent consultation; with Ellis and we were
paiticulur io impress it upon his mind that
by his confession he had virtually fastened
the rope around hU own neck and sealed his
own doom; and wo warned him ol his uwml
situation, ami told him not to add anoth r
horror to Ills crime by accusing Neal and
Cralt oi a inoH horrible crime' if they were
innocent. In the-e Intel views with the warn-Jus;
beloio him, he (Ktll) always wild that
Neal and Cralt were guilty as he had charged
them. Attenvatds, In the piesenceuf Major
Brazee. whoe friendship for his family in
Wet Virginia Induced him to come to Bovd
as a volunteer counsel and Ellis was warned
by Major B. aud myself of the terriblocilme
he would commit If he swore away the
lives of Neal and Cralt he again
true what he had Hated beiore, that Neal
and Cralt weie equally or more guilty than
Tin: New York Herald says: It was
quite in ncco.rd.iuee with the ways of the
world that the principal testimony of
women on the subject of bettering the
working classes should not have been
heard until the last day of the Labor
Committee's session iu this city. Not
that woman aud her work aie of no consequence,
for every man knows that
both are of great importance to humanity.
Cut woman has always waited, so
she still can wait. The statement of
work done by the Woman's Christian
Union is interesting and gratifying, for
most of the duties with which the fifty
thousand members havo charged themselves
aro those for which no provision
has been made by other people. It is
the misfortune of all such organizations
that they peldom can point to direct results.
Their influence for good, how-over,
is none the less powerful on this
account, and those who pretend to sneer
at them aro generally unwilling to admit
that the world would bo asjwell off were
no such influences exerted.
The marriage of Miss Luoinda Brodt. of
this place, to Mr. Geo. W. Nolder, of
O., was solemnized at "the iresldence of
Mr. John G. Brodt, on the 3rd lust. The biltle
Is one of our most popular young ladles
and received many handsome presents, of
which the following Is a list:'
Miss Lou Poullug and Annie fvlng, lace
Miss Maggie McCIanahau, pillow caes.
Miss Mary H. McClaimhau, embiolded
Mr. and Mrs. Fied Otto, majolica pltcuer
Mrs Morris, butterdish. ,
Mr. Perry Rudy, majolica tea set.
Mr. V. A.Hchatzmaun, majolicv plate.
Miss Rachel Schatzmanu aud sister, table
Mr. Albert chatzmann, silver dollar.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Brodt, family bible.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben. McCIanahau, washtand
ir. and Mrs. John R. Brodt. table cloth.
Mr. and Mis. John Mutchelkuaus, glass tea
Mr. and Mrs, C. F, Zwelgait, silver castor.
Mr, aud Mrs. C. SchMzrnaun, bedspread.
Mr. aud Mis. M. Davis, one dozen silver
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stiue, silver butter
Mr. aud Mis. Henry Dietrich, bedspread.
Mr. and Mis John Mot ford, brcul box.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac M, Laue, crystal water
Mr. and Mrs. Wui. Davidson, crystal pickle
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Youug, pair of fruit
Mr. and Mrs. Bloom, pair towels.
Mr. aud Mrs. Cuas. Blerley, napkins.
Mr. and Mrs. K. Jacob, puir towels.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Jacob, pair towels and
Mr. aud Mrs. John Sunler, dusting oruMi.
Mr. aud Mrs. John Helser, crystal and silver
Mr. and Mr. Jacob Lynn, vegetable dish
and gravy bowl.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Trapp, oue dozen ice
Mr. Win. Dersch, fruit stand,
Mls LUlle Schatzmann, pair towels.
MtNsHatlle BollnL'er, pair towels.
Mrs. Rebecca S. Wilson, pair towels.
Mrs. J, Hoetllcb, pair towels.
MKsKnte Alspach, pair towels.
Miss Emma Brenner, puir towels.
Mr. P. Hoelllch. one half dozm napkins.
Miss Can le Burke, oue half dozen napkins.
Mrs. Ida Btodt. oue half dozu napkins.
Mrs. A. Borelng, one half dozen napkins.
Mr. Wm. Sowuid aud sister, ouo half dozen
Miss Mary Burk, majolica pickle dish.
MNs Lizzie Coughllut celery stand.
Miss Annie Cough 11 n, butter dish,
Mlv Lulu Creary, butterdish.
Miss Kate Creary, glav pitcher.
Miss Lu tie B. McCIanahau, paper mat.
Miss Lena Hood, pair fruit dishes.
Miss Annie Altmeyer, butterdish.
Mrs. Blerbower, pair vases.
Mr. Jake Alspach, pair vases.
Miss Settle if ill, toilet set.
Miss M. A. Bolluger, fruit stand.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam. Otto, pair vases,
Misses Joerger silver sugar bowl and
Miss Amelia Walking silver butter dhh.
Mr. Alx Burk and sister, silver butterdish.
Mrs. Lou Ross, dozen desert dishes.
Miss Miley Howe, class pitcher.
Mr. aud Mrs. Cap. .Miller, fruit tand.
Mrs. Joe Burk, naif dozen goblets.
Miss Maggie Dersch, glass pitcher.
Mls Katie Coucauuon, fruit stand.
Mr. Louis and yam Brodt, silver cantor.
Miss Carrie Mutehelkuaus, lamp
Mr. Jacob Brodt, UaiuNome poker aud
Mr. Wm. L. Sehatzmnnn, clock.
MKs Mary Biodt, embroidered pillowcase.
Mr. Henry McClunahan, silver fruit casket.
Mis- fillle Brodt, Japanese quilt
Mr. Hlakeborough, sliver fruit knives.
MUs Annie Brodt, elegant picture.
Miss Annie Brodt, elegant picture.
Miss Lizzie Altmeyer, silver butter knife.
Mrs. Salllrt Thoruley. silver butter kni:o.
Mr. John Melivanov, silver tea spoons
Mrs Jo-. Brenner, zephyr neck sarr.
Mr. Willie Hchaziuanis stiver dollar.
Mi. R. B. Case, -liver dollar.
Mr. Ji.R. I'hllds majolica bouquet holier.
ulss AunleCfillds, mejolica pickle dUh.
Mr. Mack Case, halt dozen goblets
Mr Hun. Harover, mutch
MrstfUMi'i Cne, pair of towel.
Mis. James O'Neal, tpoou ho de:
Mr. Win Monan, box ot witting paper.
Mr. John Chambers, majolica plate.
Ma. G. A. McCartiiev, of Sutton
street, has just opened one of the most
attractive stocks of decorated queens-ware
ever exhibited in Maysville. A
great deal of the stock is of a character
never befote brouirhl to Maysville, and
should be seen to be appreciated. You
will be made welcome whether you desire
to buy or not. The prices are unusually
low, as we have found by an in
speetion of the stock.
Changes iu the Salaries of Kentucky
A Washington dispatch of the 4th inst.
notes porno important change in the salaries
of Kentucky postmasters.
The following aiu S100 per year:
Bowlimr Green, Covington, Lancaster,
Louisvillo, Maysville and Winchester.
The following gain $200 per year:
The following are reduced $100 per
year in salary: Cynthiann, Lebanon,
Madisonville, Paris and Shelbyville.
The following are reduced $200 per
i year; AHimum, iuuvnio, iMizaueuuown,
Georgetown, Paducah and Versailles.
1 Newport loses $300 per year, Henderson
Under the new arrangement the Madisonville
postm ister gpts $1,000 per year;
I Hickman and Lancaster, $1,100 each;
' Franklin and Nichola&ville, $1.200 ;
i Stanford, SI, 300; Catlottshurg, Eliza-
l bethtown, Glasgow and Versailles, $1,400;
A?hlnnd, Cnthiana, Georgetown, Ilai-rod&burg,
Lebanon and Kusellville,
$1,500 ; Richmond, Shelbyville and
Winchester, $1,000; Henderson and Mt.
'SterMmr, $1,700; Danville and Hopkins-ville,
$1,S00; Bowlinjr Green and Paris,
$1,900; Maysville and Newnoit, $2,000;
Owensboro, $2,100; Paducah and Frankfort,
&2,.100; Covington, $2,r,00; Lexington,
$2,700; Louisville, $3,000.
A Harrifcou county gentleman tells us
, that in his neighborhood there
I is a family of Hills and Hollows. The
Hills live in a hollow and the Hollows
( 1 on a hill. They are neifr neighbois, and
, live within easy hailing distance, and it
lis no uncommon occurrence to hear the
Hills in the hollow hollooing to Hollows
on the hill, and the Hollows on the hill
answering the Hills in the hollow.
Cook Want something to eat, do you?
Tramp Ave you please, mips.
Cook What made you lame?
Tramp It was the earthquake, miss.
Cook Tho earthquake?
Tramp Yis, miss. Ye see, I'm an
Italian from tho island of Ischia, an'
whin tho earthquake shuk up the surface
av tho planet it sprung me knee, an'
I'm unable to wurk, which the same I'd
bo plased to do if I was ablo. (Mistress
and maid hereupon fill his stomach with
HO ! FOR CINCINNATI !
Fifth Street, Opposite the Fountain.
JSSTEvery floor of their immense
CLOTHliNG, HATS, SHOES,
and FURNISHING GOODS, bought by thorn for CASH at ridiculouslylow prices, and will bo sold without
any regard to actual values. Wo want everybody visiting Cincinnati to come and see how our stores
aro packed with goods. We want everybody to take advantage of our limitless stock and laughably LOW
prices. It is customary for some merchants to put on big profits at tho beginning of a season, but wo aro
not of that number.
An Average Profit of Five Per Cent.
Is all wo want, for wo roly on tremendous sales to seo us safely through the season.
Our stock of Men's Clothing is the Jiggest in town.
.Our stock of tloys' Cloteing i$ tlie largest in the west.
Our stocli of Hats and Caps for IJoys and Men is immense.
Our Shoe Department is the largest in the union.
Our Furnishing Goods Stock is mammoth.
SAVE YOUR RAILEOAD FARE by coming to Cincinnati and buying of
0, &. ICABIilY & CO.,
Fifth Street, Opposite the Fouiain.
II O NAX'S
BOOT &ND SHOE .STORE.
Custom work a specialty. Large Htocte. All
kind nt lowest prices.
No. 17, Market tre ,two doors below D. A.
niohardriou A Co.'s grocery.
MAYS VILLE, KY.
'PH OTO GJl APflER,
Second street.Iuext dooi lo Dr. Martin's
aplbdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
TOH.V T. FLEMING.
Represents the Loudon and Liverpool and
Glob, German American, ot ew York, and
IMienix, ot Brooklyn. Also nsjent for Hlue
Ltck Water. Office comer ot I tout and Hut-ton
T W. UAMiltAlTII,
ATTORNEY AT EAW,
Ileal EsfiitcaiiU Collecting Agency.
Thltd fctreet, near Couit house,
mylOly MAYSVILLE, KY.
V 114)11 ON,
Have Just received from the manufacturers a
full line of .seasonable yoods Jor tli tall aud
winter trade. Jeans, Flannells, IJlunkets,
Hosiery, Cloaks, Dolmans, Pnletou
Call In and K'e them and et pi ices
K INS LOU POWLIXO,
Fall Hats, Millinery Goods, Bonnets,
Flowers and Millinery Goods teuernlly.
Entile sutiaclion guaranteed iu all cases.
Second, opposite Opera House.
U I MAKSU,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
JtiNflce of the Pence,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
Will advertise and sell real estate. No charges
whatever unless a sale is consummated.
Deeds, mortgages &c. written at rates as low us
any one's, office Libiary Building, Sutton
1TKS, A. J. WILLIAMS.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will be sold CHEAP for the next thhty days,
Call aud see them.
mchaoly iVo. 29, JZast Second Street,
(Formerly Miss Maggie Rasp,)
hns Just received a full supply of Fall and
Winter Milllneiy Goods, Hats, Bonnets,
Laces, nibbons,Trlmmiugs and all seasonable
novelties Tho ladies are iuvltod to call.
Market street, nW3ly MAYSVILLE.
Tl ritS. MARY i:. TIIOUAK,
Millinery and Notions,
Announces that she has Just received her
tall stock, which will be sound very attractive
and that she has also hecured the services
of an accomplished trimmer from Cin
cinnati. One price only.
1SE. Second st.t aOdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
roNi: DArirox a iino.v
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full line of all kinds of vehicles on hand
for sale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by
day, week or mouth. Largest and best ap
i; lomted Livery stable in the west, rrices as
owasauy Best atteutlon to vehicles stoied.
Telephone connection. No. 40 and 42 west
secouusc, npiiuiy aiaibviliLiU, ky.
BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(Successors to Cooper & Blssetf
Dealers In Stoves, ItnneH, Sfurblelzed
Man to In, and iiiaiinf'acturerH oITIn,
Copiivr aud tilieet Iron Ware,
Special attention paMfb tin roofllug, gutter
and spouting, I'rnottolO plumbers, gas aud
steam titters. Wrought iron and lead pipes,
Ac. All work attended to promptly and
23 E. Second st a9dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
establishment is paokod wiih
WINDHORST A BLUM,
uiTXoarly oppowlte Hank of HayHVille, Second Htret."ff
ST A I 1 CTVI ETC JUST DECEIVED. We are receiving coutluually a
IPiH&a w I I In&O Fiesn Supply ot Domestic and Imported Casslmeres of
the Latest htyteK. We Kuaiantee perfect satlslactlon nnd our work 11 in every respect
nnd ourJMUCES ItKAONABLE. hep6d3mo
Pineapple Hams, Home-made Yeast Cakes.
maySOdly SKCOND STHEKT.
r A, SLEASS,
Full line of Burial Robes and all articles required
by the undei taking trade, Uidei?
piomptly attended to day or night.
niMy A'o. 61, East Xvcoml Street,
Ko. G, West Second Street.
Mouuments, Tablets and Headstones al
wnjs on hand. Orders by mail will receive
the same prompt atteutlou us it delivered iu
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALLHOURS.
Work promptly and satisfactorily done.
Terms reasonable. Front street, between
Market aud Suttou. apUOdly
AU1 i. AxmmsoN,
Ao. 21 Mtrket 8t,, nearly opp. Central Hotel,
Oj)lce Open at all Hours. MA TS VILLE, KY
T-K JEW1TT C. FKANKIilX,
door to Bank of
JAR, T. U. . SMITH,
Will devote his whole time to the preservation
of the natural teeth. Dr. C. V. Wnrdle
will take charge ot all the mechanical work,
such as gold, sUver.coutiuuousguni, celluloid
and rubber plates. mch3Jdly
p s. ?iim;u a ko,
Boots, Shoes, ' Leather
No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets,
mchiUdty MAYSVILLB, KY.
rruxT a noYiii:,
Every now shade In
Crushed Strawberry, Electric Blue. Egyptian
etc., and new Trimming to mntch.
Second St., mchUUy .MAYSVILLE, ICY.
TO II. TKAXEIi,
BAKER AND OONFEOTIONER.
Ico cream parlors open!for the season. Absolutely
pure candles. Fresh bread of all
kinds. Furnishing weddings aud parties u
specialty. Priced low. may-idly
C1GXKW A ALLEN,
STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE,
mantels, etc. Sole agents for the celebrated
Omaha and Leader stoves. Boonug and guttering
promptly and satisfactorily done. Corner
of Market nud Third streets, A. It. Glascock's
old stand, npilUdlw
XTAXCKY A ALEXAN IEK,
LIYERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES.
Vehicles of all kinds, Rood stock aud earefui
drivers. Horses kept by the day, or week on
reasonable terms. Second St., between Market
jlTAYSVILLK DIE HOUSE.
DYEING and CLEANING
In Silk and Woolen Goods, Dresses, Shawls,
Ribbons In all colors. Gentlemen's clothing
Cleaned and Dyed Fro it street, btdow Hill
House. 2J JOSEPH HBENNEB, Dyer,
13.MATUEW.S A CO.,
-Manufacturers and Dealers in-
Building and Dressed Lumber,
Laths, Shingles, blluds, Frames, Doors, Sash,
Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac.
mcn30ly MAYSVILLE, KY,
Sanitary Engineer, Gas aud Steam-titter.
Dealer in plumber's goods, Pumps, Hose,
Sewer Pipes, Lead and Iron Piping, Steam
aud Water Gauges. No, H west Second street,
opposite Gelhel's grocery,
apKdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Dealers in Staple and Fancy
mchSlly MAYSVILLE, KY,
Gi W. GEtSEL,
o,9,W. Second St., Opp. Opera House,
Fruits and Vegetablesin season. Your
respectfully solicited. IHdlv
Wo will not be undersold by any houe in
Kentucky or at Clnciuuatl, it we have halt a
mchSldly MAYSVILLE, KY,
W W. LYNCH,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladles' and children's fine shoes a specialty
Custom work made to order. Repairing ueatiy
and promptly done at moderate charges.
No. 4 Market hteett,East Mde.
ally MAYSVILLE, KY
Proprietor of the celebrated brands: Hold
the Fort, Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard.
Best cigars in the market. Full variety of
Second street, ally MAYSVILLE, KY.
Y fl. KIRK hns onnned n lnllv meat mar
xjm ket on Market street, next door to R. B, i
Lovol's, and will keop all kinds of fresh meat
at reasonable prices aud will deliver it in any 1
part oi me ouy, can auu seo mo.
aUdOm It. C. KIRK.