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THE DAILY BULLETIN
THURSDAY EVE., KOV. 8, '.1883.
tton. each week t the. Daily and Wkkkly
BtfLiTittuOA'dveTf Iters ato invited to call
and1 assure tnemselVen ot tho truth of the
rolnd -that advertising are -the
TTiiEgfej are fourtjMm, murder casea on
tho docket ot the Mercer county Circuit
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TnE'revaccinatiqn'of every member of
the 'army in -any cafmbity Is recommended
by the Sturgeon General.
The Methodist ministers are continuing
nt their Cincinnati meetingstho dhr
cusgionol tho subjectjof revivals.
Second Comptroller of the Currency,
Upton, in his annual report, suggests a
.statute of limitations on war claims.
Bon. Inoersoll says ho is glnd Ben
Butler is beaten, because of Jus willingness
to sacrifice party, principle, persons,
everything for his own aggrandizement.
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Mr. W. E. Hughes, of Bowling Greeu,
who was interviewed about tho guilt of
Commissioner Evans' brother-in-law, has
been removed from his position as Storekeeper
The Ohio agricultural report says there
have been but four seasons in thirty-five
years when the yield of corn was as
small as it is this year. The yield this
season is placed at 2S.3 bushels:
The U. S. Supremo Court has decided
that self-killing by an insane person, understanding
tho physical nature fund
consequences of his act, but notjits moral
aspect, is not Ueath by suicide 'Witfiin
tho meaning of the condition; in a policy
of insurance upon his life, thaLtho policy
shall bo void in case he shall die by-suicide.'
It is the talk in Washington that John
ItflMcLean is really a candidate for the
TJ81 Senate. The friends ofPendleton
and Thurman are disposed to unite,
with tho understanding that if Pendleton
is elected to tho Senate, Thurman is
to have a clear track for the Presidency,
while, if Thurman goes to the Senate,
Pendleton is to bo pushed for the Presidency.
Payne is considered a mere figure-head.
The Utility of the ENctrlc Light.
While electric lights of the arc and incandescent
systems were exhibited many
vears ago, they have only been brought
into practical and commercial perfection
within the past three or four years. For
street lighting tho arc system is now on-ceded
to be far superior to any other
method of artificial illumination, and
lamps of this kind are being mpidlv
placed upon the principal streets of afl
tho large cities of the world. These
lamps, yielding a flood of liirht equal to
1,500 io 2,000 candles, are displacing the
gas lamps of from twelve to sixteen candle
lamp power, the light from one of the
electric lamps of the first class being
equal to that given by 125 gns lamps.
It is now noted that one of the things
most remarkable in the out-door appearance
of New York in tho evening is the
glowing splendor of the illnu ination of
tho streets and public squares by the
Madison and Union Sou a res are now
lighted by six arc lamp'ot tie Brush sys
torn, of G,000 candle power each, grouped
in a lantern and suspended from a mast
175 feet in height. This concentration of
the lights illuminates a large area of the
citv around each of the parks.
The town of Wabash, Indiana, was the
first to light its streets by this system.
Four arc lights of 3,000 candle power
each, placed on an iron flag-staff on the
dome of the courthouse, at a height of
about one hundred and thirty feet above
tho ground are sufficient for a general illumination
of an area from one-half to
three-quarters of a mile in every direction.
By placing a Riifllcient number of
powerful electric lights upon towers high
enough, it is, no doubt, possible to produce
an amount of liht that would
practically be as efficient as daylight for
tho lighting of all spaces within a reasonable
distance of such towers.
This is tho plan that has been proposed
for the lighting of the Capitol and its surroundings
at Washington, tt is proposed
to place upon the dome of the Capitol,
and upon six towers surrounding it, at a
distance of 1,000 feet, no less than 450
electric lights, ouch of (J.000 candle-power,
or a total light of 2,700,000 candle-power
equal to 200.000 four-foot gas-burner.
Tho effect of such an enorniom massing
of light at such a distanc above the
ground and htirrounding buildings,
would produce a surprising effect, and
within a considerable area would, no
doubt, bo practically equal to daylight.
For lighting largo ureas indoors tho
arcsvstom ia equally as efficient. Thus
tho dining room of tho Continental Hotel
at Philadelphia was formerly lighted
by 144 gas burners. These were replaced
by two aic lamps ot tno isrusn sy&teni,
and much better illumination was secured.
The Grand Pacific Hotel at Chicago
replaced 571 gas burners with sixteen
arc electric lamps. Similar lights are
used in tho Hotel Brunswick, Gilsey
House, Westminister Hotel, Sturtevaut
IIouso, and other New York hotels.
As to comparative danger from accidental
fires from tho electric light, gas,
oil, etc., tho reports of tho Board of Firo
Commissioners of London show that, of
of 1,991 fires, from all causes, 140 wore
attributable to candles, 210 to gas, 149
to lamps, and sixty-four to matches.
None reported from tho electric light.
Boston: Fifty-one from lamps, twenty
from gas, from .matches.
None reported from tho electric light.
rirst ArtUUc Job or Mr. Harwood'i
LbKDoir, Nor. l7, Bartholomew Blnns,
the present English Calcraft and Marwood'f
lucceesoc as public hangman, to-day gave
performance in his new profession.
Harvey Powell, the Balaam murderer,
was the subject, and the-elocution
took place at Wandsworth JaiL .iUnns.haa
been practicing his craft In Newgate for
BOnie tfeioon'dununios,ahi it is said has
alibis1 operations L being Torformed with
confldenco and skilL While possessed of
no exporioncw as irbangraan, ho is reported
to have many- qualifications for tho office,
the moat being- his personal coolness. In
tOKlay.'s job.there was no bungling. .Powell
was swung off tieroriy and quickly, and
tho new-executioner expressed himself as
satisfied .with his. work; Publia .sale of
Marwood8 offets wem concluded toAlay,
Hundreds of. relic hunters from all parts
of England attended,, and at timea bidding
was very sjiirited. There was some
disappointment expressed, that among the
articles for solo thoro were .not more ropee,
tho tasto of tbo crowd appearing to
run in that direction. It Booms, however,
that tho dead executioner had disposed of
tho majority of tho ropes which had done
sorvico on noted criminals tc his favorito
friends. An old ragged valise in which
Marwpod used to carry his ropes to and
from executions, sold for $0. A pair of
old stockings, said to bo tho last pair Mar-wood
wore, and which wore taken from his
body at death, brought 42, A gentleman
In tho crowd to whom ilarwood had willed
two favorito ropes allowed tho auctioneer
to put thorn up for sole, and thoy caused
active bids, "being finally knocked down for
$220. Tha&alo was very exciting but soon
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EraraetfH New Ply.
Buffalo, Not. 7. Tho Accdemy was
crowded on tbo occasion of the first production
of " Fritz, the Bohemian,1 the now
play written for Joe Emmott by Thomas
Kean, of tho Buffalo Courier. Tho piece Is
with aprologue andthroo
acts. It differs m all respects from' 'Km-motto
othor plays, although be i enabled
id introd'uco several of his captivating songs.
The'pbHs ingeniously woven, and throughout-is
intensely intoreeting; Fritz is given
a heroic attituao at no outset, and displays
it until 'the ond.' 'Bnritigiuo performance
ho was- repeatedly called before the curtain,
and at tho end of the second act Kean' was
accorded tho same honor; With judicious
pruning there'll ho d5ubt that Emmott has
a piece far superior to his previous one.
This.belng Mr. Kean's first effort, ho naturally
feels -much elatod at his evident
Jenlrms of the Americans
London, Nov. 7. At a mooting of tho
exhibitors at tho Fisheries Exhibition,
which closed on the 31st of last month,
several protests woro made against what
was said to bo unfairness on tho part of tho
judges in making tno awards. The fault
finding waa directed principally against
the liberality ci tho Judges toward tho
American exhibitors, which liberality is
alleged to have been too yinuch Inspired by
tho partiality shown toward the American
oxhibltors by tho Prince of Wales.
Jndjte BleXaniMra on n Periodical.
LouiaviLLB, Ky., Nov. 7. Ex-Judge O.
D. McNamara, the head of a respected
family, hvs been creating much scandal at
Frankfort. lie appears to liavo boon on a
spree, and visited a notorious woman. Bo-coining
jealous, he shot at a man ho found
in her company, and was shot at by tho
woman. Tho Judgo barricaded his door
and defies tho law, Tho Sheriff is taking
advice as to his right to force an entrance.
JVTiml AwaII Their Torn
"Washington, D. C. Nov. 7. Tho Commissioner
of Internal Revenue is receiving
letters of inquiry why claims of rebate tax
paid on tobacco, snuff, and cigars have not
been paid. All claims allowed have been
sent to the Fifth Auditor General. No appropriation
now exists for tho payment of
such claims, which must wait until tho next
Congress makes provision.
A Tonnic Wontftu'iiitrature Confmslon.
Erik, Nov. 7. MLss Jennie Jackson, the
fascinating kleptomaniac, who was
arrested for stealing dry goods and owly
valuod at bovoral hundred dollars, creatod
a seusatiou by confessing that Joseph
Lawrence, a colored waiter in tho Hoed
IIouso, had enticed her from a rich home
in Utica, N. T.t and ruined her. Lawrence
denieri the allegation.
The It1on Election.
Madrid, Nov. 7. Tho Portugueso Government
has sucoodod in carrying tho Lisbon
municipal elections, it Is reported, by
wholesale awl open bribery on tlu) port of
Government officials. As much as $8 per
vote was paid hi numerous cosos, and largo
amounts are said to have boon spent In this
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Factorlm Operated With Nwtnrnl Gas.
PiTTsnuno, Nov. 7. All tho window
glass manufacturers havo closed a contract
contract with tho Niagara Gas Compauy
to supply their factorios with natural gas.
Tho company is now operating Washington
county and expect to commoner drilling a
A Heavy Failure In Danville.
Danvillh, Pa., Nov. 7. Tho heaviest
falluro ever occurring here has been announced.
It is that of Peter Baldy, Jr.,
tho leading dry goods merchant. His liabilities
are estimated at 1 13,000. Judgments
to tho amount of $15,000 havo been
IEcmyj Verdict for Kllbourne.
TVAiinrNGTO.t, Nor. 7. In the KI1
case, damages for falso
imprisonment, which has been on trial for
the past threo days, tho jury reudorcd a
verdict in favor of Kllbourne for $00,000.
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Cremation of Stork,
Sioux Flls, Dak., Nov. 7. Tho livery
stable of W. E. "Wiley, with thirty-Ovo
horses, aho a now 130,000 hotel, were destroyed
by firo early this morning,
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Death of Senator Itnudolpli.
Trenton, N. J., Nor. 7. A dispatch haj
boon roceirod here announcing the sudden
death of ex-United' States Senator Eon
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"It is the largest store of its kind in the Western country, and the
prices they ask for goods are lower . than , those - charged by any other
" EEVXSIT IT WHEN IN CINCINNATI..
C. R. MABLEY & CO.,
66,"68, 7Q, 72, 74 and" 76, W. Fifth Street.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Custom work a specialty. Lnrgostook. All
kinds 'at loweHt'prlccs. ' .
No. 47, Market Btree .two doors below D. A.
Richardson & Co.'d grocery.
ald&wly MAYBVILLK, KY.
Heco'nd treet.!next door to Dr. Martin's
TOH5 T. FliGMING.
Represents the London and Liverpool and
Globe, German American, of New York, and
I'henix, of Brooklyn. AIko nent lor Wlue
Lick Water. Omce comer of Front and Sutton
ATTOllNEY AT LAW,
Heal KHtntomid Collecting Agency.
Third street, near Court house,
mylOly MAYBV1LLE. KY.
cioih;li; v ikoltox,
Have just received from ttio manufacturers a
fall lino of seasonable goods lor the Jail and
winter trade. JeuH, Flannells, Blankets,
Hosiery, Cloaks, PolnmiiN, Paletots and Jerseys.
Call in and see them and et prices.
TIhS LOU VOW LING,
Fall Hats, Millinery Goods, Bonnets, Ribbons,
Flowers and MUliuery Goods generally.
Entire satisfaction guaranteed In all cases.
Second, opposite Opera House. inayJly
ATTOIIHKY AT LAW,
JTnfitlce of the Pence,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
Will advertise and sell real estate. No charges
whatever unless a Bale Is consummated.
Deeds, mdrtcages Ac. written at rates as low as
any one's. OlUce Library Building, Sutton
US. A. J. WILLIAMS.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will be sold OHKAP for tho next thirty days,
Call and see them.
tnchSUly No. 29, East Second Street
(Formerly Miss Maggie Itasp.)
has Just received a full fiupply of Fall and
Winter Millinery Goods. Hats, Bonnets,
Laces, rMbbonsTrlmmlugs and all seasonable
novelties. The ladies are Invited to call.
Market street, nlifflly MAYBVILLK.
SIAItY E. THOMAS,
Millinery and Notions,
Announces that she has Just received her
fall Mock, which will bo found very attractive
and that she has also secured the sor
vices of an accomplished trimmer from
One prico only.
13 E. Second nU, aOdly MAYSVILLE, KY,
Tfc TOSK IAUIrOX A: 1IIIO,,
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full llneof all kinds ot vohlcles on hanjl
forsalo, hire or exchange. Horses kept by
day, week or mouth. Largest and best appointed
Livery Btablo In the west. Prices as
low as any. Host attention to vehicles stoied.
Telephone connection. No. 40 and 42 west
Second St., npffdly MAYBVILLK, KY.
N BW Filial,
BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
Successors to Cooper & Blsset(
Dealers In Ntovefl.ttnnffcH, Mnrblolzcd
JHautti,niitl iiuimilHCturorH ofTlii,
Copper nu phcet Irou Ware.
Special attention paid to tin roodlng, guttor
and spouting. Practical plumbers, gas and
steam fitters. Wrought iron and lead pipes,
&c. All work attended to promptly and
warranted -'-. -.
23E.'SwvndfltM ftWly MAYBVILLK, KY,
QN, FOUNTAIN SQUARE,
in- cMCimu amo,
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WINDHORST & BLUM,
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jVb. SO. EAST SECOND STREET.
The Best Place
BSTONLY FINE CUSTOM-MADE WORK DONE HERE.'a
p i:OUG 1. IKEISKR,
Pineapple Hams. Home-made Yeast Cakes.
may30dly SECOND 8TOEKT.
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Full lino of Burial Itobes and all articles re
quired by the undertaking trade. Order
romptly auenueu io uay or nmm.
mSOly io, uj, iuaai oecona mrcfi.
No, 6, West Second Htreot.
Monuments. Tablets and Headstones always
on hand. Orders by mall will receive
the same prompt attention as If delivered in
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work promptly and satisfactorily done.
Terms reasonable. Front street, between
Market and Button. apllOdly
OAUL 1. AMKIlNON,
iVo. 21 MmrketStunearlyoppf Cfaitrafffofe& '
Office Open at all Ifoura. MAX8 VILLE, KY
Il.IJEWITT C. FK AN KLIN,
door to Bank of
Will devote his whole time to tho preservation
of the natural teeth. Dr. C. VV, Wnrdle
will take charfzo o! all the mechanical work,
such us sold, silver,contlnuoudKum, celluloid
aud rubber plates. mch3Jdly
Boots, Shoes, Leather
No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets.
mohSldly MAYBVILLK, KY.
- Every new shade In
Crushed Strawberry, Electric Blue,Kgyptiau
etc., and new Trimmings to match,
Second St., mcbUlly MAY8VILLE, KY,
Tjl II. TUAX13L,
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ice cream narlors onen?for tho season. Ab
solutely pure candles. Fresh bread of all
kluds. Furnishing weddings aud parties a
specialty. I'rlces low, may-idly
pGNEW A ALLKN,
STOVES,' GRATES, TINWARE,
mantels, etc. Solo agents for the celebrated
Omaha and Leader stoves. Roofina aud Buttering
promptly and satisfactorily done. Corner
of Market aud Third is t roots, ;A. U.
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HING GOODS !
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to have your Clothes made to order for the LEAST
MONEY. They have the latest styles of FINE GOODS
and TRIMMINGS. FINE OVERCOATING a specialty.
Call and see us. sep5d3m
yANCKY A ALKXANDEU,
LIVERY, SALE AMD FEEO STABLES.
Vehicles ol nil kinds, good stock and eareful
drivers. Horses kept by the day, or week on
reasonable terms. Second st., between Market
TAYSV1LLE DYE UOUSX.
DYEING and CLEANING
in Silk nud Woolen Goods, Dresses. Shawls.
Ribbons In all colors. Gentlemen's clothing
Cleaned und Dyed Front street, below Hill
House. 621 JOSEPH RBENXEIt, Dyer,
Vy IS.MATIIEWS ACO.,
Manufacturers aud Dealers In
Building and Dressed Lumber,
Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash,
Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac.
mcn301y MA YSVILLK, KX.
C B, OLDHAM,
Sanitary Engineer, Gas and Steam-fitter.
Dealer in plumber's goods, Pumps, Hose,
Sower Pipes, Lead and Iron Piping, Steam
and Water Gauges. No. 8 west Second street,
opposite Gelsel's grocery,
apUdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
" Dealers In Staple aud Fancy
mchSUy MAYSVILLE, KY.
Gr. W. GEISEL,
No. 1I,V, Second Ht. ,Opp. Opera Houho,
Fruits and Vegetablestu season. Your patron
bmq respectfully sollcittHl, lUdly
Wo will not be undersold by any house in
Kentucky or at Cincinnati, If we have half a
meh3ldly MAYSVILLE, KY.
lf W. LYNCH,
Manufacturer of and Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladles' and children's fine shoos a specialty
Custom work made to order, Repalrlug neatly
and promptly done nt moderate charges.
No. -11 Market steett,IEast side,
jUly MAYSVILLE. KY
Proprietor of the celebrated brands : nold
the Fort, Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard.
Best cigars lu tho market. Full variety of
Second street, any MAYSVILLE, KY
RO, KIRK has opened a dally meat mar-
ket on Mnrket street, next door to R. B,
Lovel's, and will keep all kluds of fresh meat
at reasonable prices and will deliver It In any
part of the city. Call and too mo.
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