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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY EVE., OCT. 17, 1883,
Theabore number represents the clrcula
Hon, each week of th Dailt and Whbklt
BULiiHTiv. Advertlrs are luYlted to call
and assure themkelTe ot llw truth of the
stateueut, nd they an requested to bear In
mind tuat oar ra'es Tor advertising are tut
A Tildek campaign club has been
formed in Philadelphia.
Father Hyaclvthe will eoon atart on
a lecturing tour In this Country.
Two deaths from small-pox have occurred
at the Masonic Widows' and Orphans'
Home at Louisville,
Tue Synod of Kentucky which has
just closed its sessions in Danville, re-v
solved to put throe now Evangelists in
the field at once and for that purpose re-
solved to raise $3,500.
The word " obey " having been stricken
from the marriago service by a Methodist
congregation in Canada, it might
servo to indicate that a woman's rights
convention had been held there recently.
The taxable valuation of Alabama, Arkansas,
Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi,
Tennessee and Texas has increased
$500,000,000 since 1879, and the
tax rate has decreased in nearly every
The Cincinnati Southern Railroad has
bought ground at Lexington, on which
it is proposed to put up machine shops,
provided sufficient water can bo had J
from a spring on the land bought. A
. test of its capacity is to be made immediately.
The October corn report for the Department
of Agriculture fully sustains
the telegraphic summary relative to in-,
juries by frosts. The potato crop is in
better condition than in any year since
1875, but the tobacco crop will, it is said,
be below an average in yield.
If "labor agitators" would not "agitate"
quite so much, and go to work,
they would stand a better chance of becoming
millionaires. Jay Gould was
once a poor man, but instead of keeping
up the howl " down with monopolists,"
he went to work and became one of
those things himself.
It is understood that the Civil Service
Commission has asked the Presidont to
direct a further classification of the
in the Government service, so as
to bring within the operation of the
Civil Service rules theV'lnss of employes
receiving less than $900 per annum. The
president is believed to favor the proposition.
PiioniMTiox received another "boost"
the other day in Minnesota. A conference
of Methodist ministers resolved
that " the time had come for all friends
of prohibition to cast the!- ballots for
only such parties and candidates as are
unequiv cally committed to the utter extermination
of the liquor traflc by the
power of the law." The newspapera of
that State say that the action will be supported
by the ministry of other denominations.
A Washington despatch to the Louisville
Post says: The Kentucky Republicans
will have several plums to srcamble
for during the next session of Congress.
Five Presidential postoillcos, whose salary
amounts to over $12,00 a year, will
become vacant between December and
May next. The offices are at Lexington,
Paducah, Henderson, Owcnsboro and
Winchester. Tho term of the Henderson
postmaster expires December 15th,
that of Owonsboro and Winchester in
January, Paducah on February, 5th, and
Lexington on March 17th.
An executive order, announcing tho
retirement of General Sherman from active
duty November 1st, and the changes
incident thereto, is in course of preparation
at Washington. It is understood
that Major General Hancock will succeed
Lieut. Geneial Sheridan, in command of
the Division of the Missouri, that Major
General Pope will &ucceed Gen. Hancock
in command of tho Division of tho
Fast, and that Major General Schofield
will remain in command of tho Division
of tho Pacific. General Hancock was
tendered Lieut. General Sheridan's command,
and is understood to have accepted
Kentucky Est ray Law.
A great many persons do not know
that the law requires them to post all
strays taken up, and as a result considerable
trouble grows out of tho matter.
For tho benefit of the uninformed we
publish below sections three and seven
of chapter ono hundred and ninety-three
of tho general statues relating to strays.
They road as follows :
Sec 3. Tho tateor up shall, within ono
mouth after he tins posted tho stray, cause to
bo published for ouo month or by four weeks'
Insertions, a copy ot the Justice's certificate In
a newspaper, If ono bo published In tho
Sec 7,-If any persons sljall vlolato tho
provisions of this chapter, or mil or refuse to
comply with any of Its provisions, ho shall
forfeit aud pay ten dollars for each oUeuse.
Men, Women and Things
Only about one Mormon in five is a
poly gam ist.
Forty students in tho Texas University
Spurgeon has two sons, both of whom
"Ouida'a" library Is said to contain
half a million volumes.
Mary Anderson's English audiences
aro reported to be growing.
When tho Japanese sav "Ohio," they
mean " How do you do?"
Portraits of all tho Presidents except
Buchanan aro now in tho White House.
Tho Marquis of Lome has sent two
buffaloes to Scotland for breeding purposes.
Assistant Tostmaster General Hatton
declares that civil servico reform is a
It is estimated that education costs an
average of about fourteen dollars per
capita in Now England.
There is an immense demand for portraits
of Mary Anderson in London, and
the photographers aro reaping a harvest.
Robinson, the anything-to-beat Butler
candidate in Massachusetts, has engaged
rooms at tho Riggs House, Washington,
for the winter.
Ten cotton factories and nino gold
mines aro in operation within a radius
of thirty miles of Charlotte, N. C. The
cotton factories yield the most gold.
Henry Irving says ho is astounded at
the immense sale" of tickets which has
taken place for his coming performances
in America. He now expects that his
financial success will be gigantic, even
should ho not obtain an artistic triumph.
In tho college of the propaganda, at
Rome,'thero aro always colored students
preparing for tho priesthood. There are
no colored prie3ts in tho United States,
although a colored man from this country
is being educated at Rome. He will
be the first Catholic priest in America.
' The South.
The cotton compress at Macon, Ga.f has
Newman, Ga., is endeavoring to raise
money enough for a cotton factory.
The mineral product of Alabama has
increased from $4,500,000 in 1879 to $19,-000,000
The John P. King Cottou Mill, of Augusta,
Ga., will begin manufacturing cotton
Tho cotton facton at Athens, Ga., has
a surplus capital of "$127,000 and pays ten
Tho Marshall (Tex.) Foundry and Machine
Company are about building a
75x115 feet wheel foundry.
Tho Atlanta Constitution says: "South
Carolina bids fair to bo Georgia's strongest
rival in cotton manufacturing."
The Mississippi Valley Railroad has
been completed to Baton Rouge, La., and
uiuiutH iJaHsuugurmuu rcacucu mat cuy
on the 11th.
The Rome (Ga.) Cotton Factory Company
have increased their capital stock
50 per cer.t. for the purpose oi doubling
A seed planter has been patented by
Jonathan Reynolds, Summitt, Miss., and
a rotarv steam engine by A. B. Wood,
Fountain Hill, Ark.
Advertisements Inserted under this heading
10c per line for each lu&ertlon.
Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers.
Insure with Sallee & Sallee. s2Sdlm
Children's cloaks and cloakiugs at
Ninety-eight different styles of now
neckwear open to-day at Hunt& Doyle's.
m m - " "
Five hundred dolmans, jackets and
cloaks at Hunt & Doyle's
A peculiar virtue in Ayer's Sarparilla
is that while it cleanses and purges the
blood from all corruptions and impurities,
and thereby roots out all diseases, it
builds up and invgorates the whole syeg
teuvand niakes one young again.
Why go about with that aching head ?
Try Ayer's Pills. They will relieve the
stomach, restore tho digestive organs to
healthy action, removo tho obstructions
that depress nerves and brain, and thus
cure your headache . permanently.
i. .1 ....-,
Combined pocket book and memoram
dum in French and Persian Morocco.
Salesmen's books in American, Russia,
aud Alligator leather. Call and see thorn
at Harry Taylor's, 23, Market street.
Buy your cloak from Hunt & Doyle,
they know how to fit you perfectly.
I am receiving daily the beat brands of
fresh oysters, whicli will bo served in
any stylo desired day or night. I will
also supply them by tho can or half can.
slSdlm Joux IIeisek,
I am receiving daily tho best brands of
fresh oysters, which will bo served in
any stylo desired, day or night. I will
also supply them by the can or half can.
oSdtf No, 35 Second St.
Many forgot that tho hair and scalp
need cleansing as well as tho hands and
foot. Extensive uso of Ayer's Hair
Vigor has proven that it is tho be6t
cleansing agent for tho hair that it prevents
as well as removes dandruff, cools
and soothes tho scalp, and stimulates tho
hair to renewed growth and beauty.
HO! FOR CINCINNATI!
0, ft. WABUV CO,,
Fifth Street, Opposite the Fountain.
jCSTEvory floor of thoir immonso
CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES,
and FUBMTSHING GOODS, bought by thorn for CASH at ridiculously low prices, and wiU bo sold without
any regard to actual values. Wo want overybody visiting Cincinnati to oomo and soo how our stores
aro paokod with goods. Wo want overybody to take advantage of our limitless stock and laughably LOW
prioos. It is customary for somo merchants to put on big profits at tho boginning of a season, but wo aro
not of that number.
An Average Profit of Five Per Cent.
Is all wo want9 for wo rely on tremendous sales to seo us safoly through tho season.
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 YOUE BAILEOAD PARE by ooming to Cincinnati and buying of
O. R. MABLBY & CO.,
Fifth Street, Opposite the Fountain.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Custom work a specialty. Large stock. All
kinds at lowest prices.
No. 47, Market stree ,two doors below D. A.
Richardson A Co.'a grocery.
aid&wly MAYSVILLE, KY,
r A 51 31 ON,
Second street,!next doov lo Dr. Martini
apl6dly M AYSVILLE, KY.
TOHS T. FLEMING.
Represents the London and Liverpool and
Globe, Germnu American, of New York, and
Pheulx, of Brooklyn. Also agent lor Blue
Lick Water. Office corner of Front and
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Real r.Ntatenml Collecting Agency,.
Third street, near Court house,
VTcDOrCiLK A IIOI.TON,
Have just received from tho manufacturers a
full line of reasonable goods for the tall and
winter trade. Jeans Flannells, Blankets,
Hosiery, Cloaks, Dolmans, Paletots aud
Call In aud see them aud et pi Ices.
vrlKS LOU FOWLING,
Fall Hats, Millinery Goods Bonnets, Ribbons,
Flowers and Millinery Goods generally.
Entire satisfaction guaranteed In all cases.
Second, opposite Opera House. inayJly
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
J lift t Ice of the Peace,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
Will advertise and sell real estate. No charges
whatever unless a bale Is consummated.
Deeds, mortgages do. wrltteu at rates an low as
any one's. Office Library Bulldlug, Sutton
UN, A. J. WILLIAMS.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will bo sold CHEAP for tho next thirty days,
Call and see them.
mchtfOly JVo. 29, East Second Street,
(Formerly Ml&s Maggie Rasp,)
has Just received a full supply of Fall and
Winter Millinery Goods. Huts, Bonnets,
Laces, Rlbbous, Trimmings and all seasonable
novelties. The ladles are invited to call.
Market street, lUiBty MAYSV1LLE.
US. JIARY E. THOMAS,
Millinery and Notions,
Announces that she has Just received her
fall stocU, which will be found verv at-1
1 active and that sho has also secured the services
of an accomplished trimmer from Clu
cinuatl. Ono price only.
13 E. Secoud St., n9dly MAYSVILLE, KY,
TOSE OAELTOX A BIIO.,
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full llnoof all lttudsot vehicles on hand
for sale, hire or exchange, irorwos kept by
day, week or month. Largest aud best appointed
Livery Stable In tbe west. Prices as
low as any. Uest attention to vehicles stored.
Telephouo connection. No. 40 and 42 west
Second St., apUdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(Successors to Cooper A Blsset,
IenlorH In Sloven, Rntigefl, Slnrblolwod
Copper autl Sheet Irou Wivro.
Special attention paid to tin rooning, gutter
and spouting. Practical plumbers, gas and
steam fitters. Wrought Iron and lead pipes,
Ac, All work attended to promptly and
23 E. S.vnd St., afclly MAYSVILLE, KY.
establishment Is paokod wiih
WINDHORST & BLUM,
KZTNenrly opposite nanlt of Mnysvlllo, Second Htroet.'tfw
CM I QTVI ETO JUST RECEIVED. We are receiving continually a
rMlib Oil ImEiW Fiesh Supply oi Domestic and Imported Cassltueres of
Hie Latest fetyles. Wefmniantee perfect satisfaction aud our work first-class iu every respect
and our PRICES REASONABLE, , HepGd3mo
:Dealer In: -
Pineapple Hams, Home-made feast Cakes.
maySCdly SECOND STREET.
r Af MEANS,
Full lino of Burial Robes and all articles required
by the undertaking trade. Ciders
piomptly attended today or nlht.
m30ly yp, 01. East titcond Street,
No. 6, West Second Street.
Mouumeuts, Tablets and Headstoues always
on hand. Orders by mall will receive
tho same prompt attention as If delivered In
Hjl F. UIFF,
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work promptly and satisfactorily done.
Tetms reasonable. Front street, between
Market and Suttou. apllOdly
OAUL I. ANDERSON,
Wo,VMrket8Unearlyopp, Central Hotet,
Office Open at all Hours. MATSVILLE KY
rt?rNext door to Bank of Mays
D R. T.U.N. SMITH,
Will devote his whole time to tho preservation
of the natural teeth. Dr. C. W. Wnrdle
will take charcoot all tbe mechanlcal'work,
such as sold, silver,contlnuousi;um, celluloid
and rubber plates. mchSldly
p N. MINER A- llllO,
Boots, Shoes, Leather
No. 1, Second, cor, Sutton streets,
mchJUdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
TTUNT A OOYLE,
;Every new shade In
Crushed Strawberry, Electric Brae, Egyptian
etc., and new Trimming- to match.
Secoud St., nichSlly MAYBVILLB, KY.
O II. TRAXEL,
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ice cream parlors open! for the season. Absolutely
pure caudles. Fresh bread of all
kinds. Furnishing weddings and parties a
specialty. Price low. may4dly
PGNEW fc ALLEN,
STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE,
mantels, etc. Bote agents for the celebrated
Omaha and Leader stoves. Uooflnct and sut
; teriug promptly ana sausraotoruy none, corner
of Market aud Third streets, A, It. Glascock's
old stand, apUOdlw
TTANCEY ds ALEXANDER,
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES.
Vehicles of all kinds, good stock and eareful
drivers. Horses kopt by tho day, or week on
reasonable terms. Second St., between Market
jlTAYSVILLE IYE HOUSE.
DYEING and CLEANING
In Silk and Woolen Goods, Dresses, Shawls,
Ribbons In nil co lots. Gentlemeu's clothlntc
Cleaned aud Dyed Frotit street, below Hill
House. f! JOSEPH RBENNER, Dyer,
TXT R.3IATIIEWN A CO.,
Manufacturers aud Dealers in
Building and Dressed Lumber,
Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash,
Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, do.
mcnSOly MAYSVILLE, KY.
rf R. OLDHAM,
Sanitary Engineer. Gas and
Dealer in plumber's goods, Pumps, Hose,
Sewer Pipes, Lead and Iron Piping, Steam
and Water Gauges. No. 8 west Second street,
opposite Golsei's grocery,
apUdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Dealers in Staple and Fancy
tncbSUy MAYSVILLE, KY.
Gr. W. GEISEL,
No. D,W. Necoml NtMOip.OierHHoaHe,
Fruits and Vegotablesln season. Your natron
use respectfully solicited. IMdlv
vrmxE A OUT.
We will not ho undersold by any house in
Kentucky or at Cluclunatl, U we have halt a
inchSldly MAYSVILLE, KY.
XT V. LYNCH,
Manufacturer of aud Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladles' and children's fine shoes a specialty
Custom work made to order. Repairing neatly
aud promptly done at moderate charges.
No. 41 Market stectt.IEast side.
ally MAYSVILLE, KY
Proprietor of the celebrated brands: Hold
the Fort, Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard,
llest cigars in tho market. Full variety of
Second street, ally MAYSVILLE, KY.
RO.KIRK has oponed a dally meat mar-
ket on Market street, next door to R. U.
Lo vol's, and will keep all kinds of fresh meat
at reasonable prices and will deliver it in any
part of the city. Call and see mo.
oUdOm R. O. KIRK.