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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY EVE., OCT. 10, 18S3,
The above nam bur represents ttis
each weak t thw Daily and Wkbkijt
Hcllktin. Advwrtlsurs are iurlted to call
and AMiira themselves 01 thu trutli of tlio
Htntcnieut, and thtjy uru requested to hear In
mind that our fur advertising are the
A mo ntlvance is expected in the prico
Tub organization in West Virginia
known aa the " Red Men," h to bo investigated
by the Government. Tlio order
is said to liavo for its object tlio protection
of illicit distillers.
Tub Secretary of Wnr lias directed an
ofllcer of the engineer corps to run tlio
boundary line between Maryland and
Virginia. The detail is made at tlio re-guest
of tlio Governors of both States.
Tin: City Health Inspector of Chicago
found at the Union Stock Yards in that
city nine head of cattlo infected with
cancer and had them killed. Friday
seven additional cattle were found similarly
infected. Tlio animals came from
various parts of the country.
Tin: Yeoman savs thore is not a word
trtuu in ill') report tnat tlio ACIUUCKV themnrilago on the .'Snl lust, of Miss Lutle
.'.i eldest daughter of Mr. John O.
t:t:tr,v,. rc,i;ti,t ,. ir...,i.f..f Hrodt, Uiodt,
Military Institute, near Irankfort, hadto Mr. George Nolder, of Hilisboro.O. The
disbanded on account of sickness among ceremony was i performed by Rev. A. Horelng
, , , ,7 b , at the home of the bride. Tho happy couple
thocadet8. There was one death at tho left tho following momlug for Hlllsboro,
.,,,,, . lt ..,.,
Institute, but there is not now and has
not been another case of sickness at or
near tho place.
Dkfkctivk teeth in young persons are '
said to bo a leading cause of defective i
hearing, which good authority says is .
more general now than formerly. Children '
thus affected appear to be stupid and
in subsequent years really are so, for they
do not hear sounds distinctly and consequently J
cannot correctly imitate them.
From the number of people seen wearing
glasses, it is very evident that defective
vision is much more common than
formerly. Children of tender age are con
stantly encountered who are thus obliged I
to aid their vision.
has mado ils way steadilv
and ntpidly in Georgia Ten years age
it had but httlo hold, aow the tnle of
liquor is prohibited in the whole or part
of counties, leaving less than J
half tho counties in the State in which ,
its rule is unrestrained. The Legisla-
ture just dissolved has made nine of
these counties non-liquor counties by
enactment, and provided for elections in
thirty odd more. It also pas.ed a bill
making it a crime to sell liquor to a confirmed
drunkard or drunk person, after
notice not to sell has been served by ono
of his relatives. Under local option
piohibition has shown unusual strength,
It has been beaten notablv in onlv two
counties. Its fiiends contend that fivo
more years will see the six large cities of
Georgk, tho sole strongholds of liquor,
enviioned closely with prohibition
Tin: Lexington Transcript says : Ellis
Craft is to lu linnw.l nt Gravsnn . fl.it nr
United States is wi'll organized and
.mi,,tv no.t r,.?.i ... It i.oU been decided
L.ral)lv 1)ro8.rous imustry.
to build a new gallows in preference to
Thuro ,a ft ,)jr , Californin tliat if
getting the Ike lurner gallows from Lex-' n man buys water he can get his land
ington. It will be a drop gallows with a thrown in. Tho literal fact is that tho
five-foot fall erected on the same plan as Vftluo ,f much o the land depends solely
' the water which it holds
i. tv... t ..n i i.... "I)f or con-
.... ... ,,.,.... ,.1 iiuui.t
orncreu iroin ontierneuie, ol tho regulation
size. The gallows will be erected
in the camp-ground occupied by the militia
when in Grayson to attend Craft's
trial. A broad enclosure, fifteen feet
high, and large enough to admit about
!500 people will bo mooted around tho
fallows. This will bo mado reasonably '
stong, but asit is in tho open ground, and
has no support, it will not stand tlnoo ,
minutes when tho ten thousand people
who want to see tho hanging get into
sition. Indeed, it is suggested that tho '
enclosure will bo torn down hours before
tho timo of tho execution, in which case
there will bo a public hanging.
Mr. John llogan passed through Lexington,
on his way to Frankfort, bearing
a numerously eigne 1 protest against any
interference with Craft's sentence on tho
pait nf the Governor.
The Courier-Journal of the 4th says:
In January laHt, Mr. Win. Houston, of
Lexington, who for Fovcr.il years had
been a very olUcient ngen't of tho
National Mutual Honefit Life AKsociation
of this city, having doubts as to tho
status and luture of that company, resigned
his position and'becamo agent of
another company. An officer of tho
National Mutual Benefit Company then
had an indieimont found against Mr.
Houston for alleged embezzlement somo
two or three years previous. Yesterdav
tho cafeo c.uno to trial before tho Circuit
Court, when it was dismissed on motion
of tho Prosecuting Attorney, who stated
that ho was satisfied that tho proceeding
could not bo sustained and thnt there
was no foundation for it. Ho remarked
thnt h's information camo fr m ttio
of tho Insurnnco Company. Judge
Jackson at onco ordered tho indictment
to bo dismissed. Mr. Houston is one of
tho best known nnd most popular business
men in tho State, and this honorable
acqultal and prompt and full vindication
from a vindictive assault will bo
gratifying to his many friends. '
Rtohard Hill, of Dakota, Is ut homo on a
Visit to his mother.
The farmers arc quite busy cutting corn and
sowing wheat. The com crop on Tunknhoe,
notwithstanding the drouth, Is very good.
MUses Rallle H. Holton and Flora Hucon
left last Wednesday for Flemtngsburg, where
they huve ono to visit the families of Elder
Joseph C. Flunk and Georgo Morris.
Mr. John U. Uncoil spent several day In
Cincinnati last week.
Miss Hello Reynolds one nf Tucknhoe's
, most Intelligent young ladles left .Monday
lor Mr. Darius Downing', where alio is
ployed as governess In his family
Miss Judith Koy, who was eighty years old
last Saturday returned to her home In Washington
ii few days since.
MKsTInn Bledsoe, an Accomplished young
Indy of .Mnysvllle, mado a short visit to
Irlends on Tuckuhoo last week.
Misses Magglo Bacon and Molllo I'lcUett
spent several dnys last week with friends In
Farmers are about through seeding and
Mr.T. It. Wlllett recently lost n valuablo
milch cow from eating green corn.
I Messrs. liacon, Humphreys & Co, have
'prized and shipped to date ono hundred and
I mty uogsneaus or tooucco.
I Mr. John H. Hrodt and wife, after spending
a few dnys in Cincinnati, seeing tho sight",
returned homo Monday.
i Miss Etta Bchnelle. of Mavsvllle. and
' Miss Mattln Merrlman, of Miller. sburg, are
iuiuues in mis viuiuiiy.
IvisuuiH wns a spelling match at tlio school
house last Friday night, but lew participated
In the spelling. When will we have another?
Echo answers when.
Mr. Hobt. Kirk recently built a slaughter
lliouseau u piece of laud leased from Mr. A.
Tlin . mrifit nlnnunnt nvntif ... nf flin cnnet. .tna
! ...w.v ...'"...... ...v nunuu "n
whore they will make their luture homo.
Mr. James Brown Hold and family, of Cincinnati,
who have been visiting the faml'y
of Mr. T. II. Wlllett, lelurued homo Wednesday,
accompanied by Miss Mattle Wlllett.
Slaughter houses are getting to be as great
n nuisance to this neighborhood as tho swine
are to Mujisvllle.
Mrs. Jacob Heed, with an eye to Improvement,
Is having her house, which Is occupied
by Win. Schntzman, thoroughly repaired
nnri tinltitnfl rl'lin unrlf la liulti .Irwwi liv
Captain John Laytou.
Mrs. Thomas Hughes, of Ewlug, Fleming
county. Is visiting her father. Mr. Josenh
Overley, who has been very 111 forhouietlme,
uui ai present, is some uetter.
Tom Coughlln has treated himself to a
brand new buggy. Tho next thing bo will
treat himself to will, wo presume, be a well,
In New York City 100,000 children
earn their own living.
Disraeli once s.tid that nothing was of
so much importance to a young man as
l" " we" ucweu uy '"
$100,000. Stock is selling at a premium
of 20 per share,
A largo party of tourists from Fall
Kiver, Muss-i are looking for eligible
g&SS FtoBda' tor
The new en of Mm,.lguscar u 8aid
,to bo a chribtiun. Ii this is true she is a
long way ahead of many prominent
Americans wo could name.
Women in New York who make
shirts for a living earn about forty-five
cents a day ; those who serve as waiter
girls in beer s.iloons make $1.25.
An exchange says: "Let the wife
share in tho management. The major!
ty of women are less reckless in the
matter of expenditure than men."
A Southern Sunday School Association
was instituted this slimmer at Monte.igle,
Term. Eleven thousand dollars has been
expended upon the Southern Chatauqua
and $4,000 more is pledged.
E. P. M., in the New York Sun. savs:
"Tho business of smuggling Chiumnen
nro3 the Untish boundary into the
trols. Four systems of irrigation are
Newcomers in the City of Mexico are
surprised on finding so many of the conveniences
common to large cities at
homo, such as tho telephone, the electric
light, a police force, and an excellent
street car service. Tho electric lights
nre on tho tops of irou running up fiom
,no t'us """IH'Qsts.
.. My daughter has taken the medicine
faitlifullv, according to directions, and
hor hcnith liml Bpiritg aro ow perfect
TIl0 lnunor ig aU gono from ,,er fnc0f j
wlsh everv nnxions mother might know
whftt ft blessing Ayer's Sarsaparilla is in
Guitkau's skeleton has been pUced
in the Army Medical Museum at Washington.
Corrected dally by G. W. Gkiskl, grocer,
Be'iondstleet, Moynvlllo, Ky.
Limestone , 9 7 00
Maysvllle Family (i 'S',
Old Hold 7 00
Mason County 'J v!i
Kentucky Mills 0 ac
Magnolia, now 5 75
I .a I'll, V e? Jii
K0'gs, "H doz -J)
Meal'ti peck i'O
Moliihsns, fancy (id
Coal Oil, 11 g.il 10
Huyar, granulated V It) 10
" A. Vi lb 10
" yellow lb Sfxti
Comb Honey 13
Htnilned Honey wy.
Hams, sugar cured ttj jj
Hacon.bieaklast W It U
Hominy, V gallon 1x1
Benns gallon -
V pock, now .. 15
MAYSVIL1.E COAL MAltKKT.
Anthracite at Elevators, per ton SS.23,
Voughloghony nt Elovators, per bushol Uc.
Konawlm nt Elovators, per bushol lie. dell
I'omory nt Elevators, per bushel Oc.
HO ! FOR CINCINNATI !
0, ft, HrWBUY 00,.
Fifth Street, Opposite the Fountain.
ASTEvory floor of thoir immonso
CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES,
and FURNISHING GOODS, bought by thorn for CASH at ridiculously low prices, and will bo sold without
any regard to actual valuos. Wo want everybody visiting Cincinnati to como and soo how our stores
aro packed with goods. "Wo want ovorybody to tako advantage of our limitloss stock and laughably LOW
prices. It is customary for some merchants to put on big profits at tho beginning of a soason, but wo aro
not of that number.
An Average Profit of Five Per Cent.
Is all wo want, for we rely on tremendous salos to see us safely through tho soason.
. 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 Hats and Caps for Boys and Men is immense.
Our Shoe Department is the largest in the union.
Our Furnishing Goods Stock is mammoth.
SAVE YOUR RAILROAD FARE by coming to Cincinnati and buying of
O. xv. JVlABLEx & CO.,
Fifth Street, Opposite the Fountain.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Custom worlr a nneclalty. Large stock. All
kliuMnt lowest prices.
No. 47, Market stree ,two doors below D. A.
Richardson & Co.'s grocery.
aJd&wly MAYSVILLB, KV.
Becoml street.Juext dooi to Dr. .Martin's
TOHX T. M.EMI'.
Ropreseuts the Loudon nnd Liverpool and
Globe. Oeiman Ameiloan. 01 New York, aud
l'henlx, ot lliooklyu. l-o aent tor Blue
Lick Water. Olllce comer ol Fiout nnd Sutton
1" W. UAMlllAlTII.
ATTOKNKY AT LAW,
Itonl INtntcrtitd Collcvllntr Ajrcnoy.
Third htieet, near Court lime,
mylOly MAYSV1LLE. KY.
Cl)Ol'a,K A IIOII'ON,
Have Just received from the innnufactureisa
full line ot gooiN tor the tall unit
winter trade. Jenus, Flannells, IlhuiUol.s,
Hosiery, Cloaks, nolmaii, I'aletoti
Call In and see them and et pilces.
Y IKS LOU l'OWMXO,
Fall Hats, Millinery Goods, Bonnets,
Flowers nud .Millinery Goods ueuerally.
Ktitlio Kutlsfucilou ituarnnteed In all c.im:s.
Secoud, opposite Opera Hou&e. nioylly
T V, JIAKSII,
ATTOKHKY AT I,AM',
Justice of tlml'ence,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
Will adverse andsell real estatd. No charKes
whatever unless a ale Is consuiumnted.
Deeds, mortuaees &o. written nt rates us low ns
any oue'it. Olllce Llbmry Jlulldlus, button
A. J. WILLIAMS.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will be sold CHEAP for tho nest thirty days.
Call and see them.
lncu'JOly Jo. 29, East Second Street.
(Formerly Mls.s Maggie Rasp.)
has Just received a full hiiptily of Fall nnd
Winter Mlllluory Goods. Huts, Uonnets,
Lnces.niUbonVrrlmujlnssnnd all seasonable
novelties. The ladles are Invited to call.
Market street, nl'.'Sly MAYHVILLE.
JITItS. MAItY K. THOMAS,
Millinery and Notions,
Announces) that she has Just received her
tall stock, which will be tonnd very
nnd thnt she has also secured the ser
vices of an uccompllshed trimmer from Cin
cinnntl. Ono pi Ice only.
13 E. Second ft., aOJIy MAYSVILLE, KY.
A rosi: AULTOX A- DUO.,
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 month. Largest nnd best appointed
Livery Stable In the west. Prices as
lowasuuy. Hest attention to vehicles stoied.
Telephone connection. No. -ill nnd 4'J wtst
Second Ht., np!7dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(Successors to Cooper tfc Blssot,
Dealers' In Ntovcis, ItaiiKes, MiirlilnlzctI
Copper uuil Klicet Iron Viro,
Special attention paid to tin roonlug, gutter
nud gpoutlUK. Practical plumbers, gtm aud
steam tutors. Wrought lrou und lend pipes,
Ac. All work attended to promptly and
23 E. Hecoud st nOdly MAYHVILLE, KY.
ostabhahmont is paokod wiih
oeNcnrly opposite Dnnk of MnyHvlIIe, Second at reel. "eo
CAI I CTVI PC JUST RECEIVED. We are receiving continually a
rnlala O I I LCO Fiesn Supply 01 Domestic and Impoited Casslmeres of
the Latest styles. Weuauuitee perfect satlsiactlon nud our work first-class In every respect
and our PRICES ep6d3mo
-I KOItfiK II. IIKISKlt,
Pineapple Hams. Home-made Yeast Cakes.
may30dly SECOND STREET.
r a, mbass,
Full line of Huilfll Robes and nil
by the undertaking trade. Uiders
piomntly attended to day or nlvlit.
iii.'VjI.v A'o. til, ICutt .svconi dtreet,
No. G, West Secoud.Street.
Mouuments. Tablets nnd Headstones al
ways on hand. Orders by mall will receive
me same prompt niieuiiou as 11 ueuveieu in
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work promptly and satisfactorily done.
Terms reasonable. Front street, between
Market nud Sutton. apUUdly
pAUI. I). ANDKUSON, "Mb,
So. 21 Market 8t.,neaflyo)jL Central Hotel,
Office Open nt all Hours. MATS VILLE, KY
in iyl8ly.d. ,
nu. IEWITT C. I'KASKLIS,
B"Neit door to Daukof
ryt. t. 11. is. smith,
Will devote his whole time to the preservation
of the natural teeth. Dr. C. W. Waidle
will tako charireol all the mechanical work,
such us uolil, silver, continuous gum, celluloid
and rubber plates. nich3)dly
p S..tIINIlK a- into,
Boots, Shofes, Leather
No. 1, Second, cor. Mitton streets.
iucimiui.y iAi HiLir;, j.j .
TT VST A- DOYI.i:,
Every uew shade In
Crushed Strawberry, Electric Hlue, Euyptlau
etc., and uewTrliiimluito match.
Second St., incli311y MAYSVILLi:, KY.
Ljl II. TStAXEl,,
BAKER AND OONPEOTIONER.
Ice cronm parlors openffor the season. Ab
solutely pure candles. Fresh bread of all
kinds. Furnlshlug weddluys aud parties u
specialty. Prices low. mnyMly
PGSEIV A ALLEN,
STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE,
mantels, etc Sole agents for tho colobrated
Omaha and Leader stoves. Hooting nud
promptly nnd satisfactorily done. Corner
of Market aud Third Etroots, A, R. Glascock's
old stand. nplllldlw
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES.
Vehicles ol all kinds, jjood stock nnd enreful
drivers. Hoists kept by the day, or week on
reasonable terms. Second st., between Market
jV rAYSVIXil.E IH E IIOVSK.
DYEING find CLEANING
In Silk and Woolen Goods Dresses, Shawls,
Ribbons In all colors. Geuilemen's clothing
Cleaned and Dved Fro it street, below Hill
I House, sil JOSEPH RUENNER, Dyer,
It.MATIIKWS A CO..
Manufacturers nnd Dealers In
Building and Dressed Lumber,
Laths, Shlugles, blluds, Frnmes, Doors, Sash,
Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads. Ac.
mcliMy it A YX VILLE, KY.
O U. OLDHAM,
Sanitary Euglneer. Gas nnd Steam-fitter.
Dealer m plumber's goods, Pumps, Hose,
Sewer Pipes, Lead and Iron Piping, Steam
nud Water Gauges. No. 8 west Secoud street,
opposite Gelsel's grocery.
apUdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
"I KO. COXA HON,
Dealers In Staple nud Fancy
mcli311y MAYSVILLE, KY.
G. W. GE5ISEIL,
No. 0,W. Second St., Ojp. Opera Honso,
Fruits nud Vegetnbleslu season. Your patronage
respectfully solicited. fHdlv
We will not bo undersold by nuy hou.e In
Kentucky ornt Cluclunatl, It wo have hall a
i.ichSldly MAYSVILLE, KV.
y Y. LYNCH,
Mnnufnctuier of and Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladles' and children's flue shoes n specialty
Custom work made to order, Repairing uenliy
and promptly done at moderate charges,
No. H Murket steett,East side.
aUy MAYSVILLE, KY
the F01 1, Pallor Queen and Mother Hubbard.
T?ist plirnisi lii thn tmivlrnl. Knll vnrlotv of
smokeis' nrtlcles. ..
second street, any AiAisviijLiCi, ivx.
KIRK has oponed a dolly meat
RO. on Market street, noxt door to R. 11.
Lovel's. aud will keo.i nil kinds of fresh meat
nt reasonable prices aud will deliver It In nny
part 01 me city, can nnu see mo.
nHdOm R. O. KIRK.