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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 27, 188S
The above number represents the circulation,
each, week of tho daily and Wkkki.y
Hui.lktin. Advertlson are Invited to call
and assure tbomsclves ol the truth of the
statement, and they aro requested to lear in
mind mat our ra.es for advertising are tin
Lexington lina adopted the standard
' m i m
Cincinnati is to havo a cotton mill that
will coat half a million dollars.
Tub army ofllcora generally express
their 'dissatisfaction with the President's
pardon of Sargeant Mason.
More than one hundred million dollars
havo been spent by Congress on the
city of Washington in tho last eighty
A troop of Pennsylvania politicians,
who havo been in Washington importuning
tho President to ruriko certain removals
and appointments, went away
without having accomplished anything.
Duiiinq tho year ending November 1,
$105,322,450 of tho public debt has been
paid, and all tho remainder of the
havo been called for payment, and ceased
to bear interest on October 31.
The Baltimore Herald suggests that the
Democratic National Convention, next
year, bo held in Baltimore, as it is more
convenient to tho South and West, than
any city on tho Atlantic seaboard ; is
within a day's rido from tho most easterly
point fn tho New England States, and
has amplo hotol accommodations.
The annual report of tho Comptroller
of tho Currency refers to tho probability
that all tho threes will bo called for redemption
within the next threo years,
and says this will reduce tho bonds held
by the banks from $353,000,000 to $151,-000,000,
and causo a contraction of National
bank circulation of $00,000,000 per
It looks very much as though Mr. Arthur
has determined to make a serious
effort to become tho candidate of tho Ilc-publican
party in 188-1. Ho has tho
power of tho Federal Administration to
use for tho purpose ; and if ho accomplishes
his design, ho will be the first
President, promoted from the Vice Presidency,
in whose hands such an undertaking
has proved successful. If in 1880,
Gen. Arthur had been nominated for
President, every body would havo
thought tho convention had lost its
senses. But things have changed very
much sinco then.
Walnut City, Missouri, was laid out
last summer, and lots wero sold to tho
amount of $150,000. Merchants flocked
to tho placo, and Mr. Stewart, of Scdalia,
Mo., erected a block of business houses
and a large threo story hotel that cost
$20,000. About eight hundred persons
becamo residents of tho place ; hut there
was nothing to sustain it, and they and
tho merchants starved whilo awaiting the
building of a railroad and tho coming of
tho "boom" that tho road was to give
tho placo; but last week Thomas Nichol,
who managed tho company's business,
wero unable to pay tho few men who
earning money in tho town, and then it
leaked out that he was $30,000 short.
Tho railroad schemo was immediately
abandoned, and pooplo began to move
away. Tho town is dead.
Yfslt tho Public School.'
Tho following sensiblo advice is taken
from tho West Chester (Pa.) Local : Wo
havo already alluded to tho neglect of
parents in visiting and paying any attention
to tho public schools in which their
children get tho rudiments of an education.
Parents either do not realize their
duty in this matter, or if thoy do they
aro too careless in its performance. They
pay their taxes, elect school directors,
send thoir children to public schools and
there all interest seems to end as far as
they aro concerned. Wo havo olroady
pointed out tho injury this produces both
to tho teachora and tho pupils. If teachers
think tho parents aro so indifferent
as nevor to look after their children in
school thoy may as well lake things easy
too, and "keep" school for a Balary, Thoy
put in their timo and draw their salaries,
and tho business part of tho engagement
is fulflllod on their part. Teachers aro
thus demoralized ; and under the circumstances
it may bo a question whether
tho childron aro greatly benefitted, or
whether thoy derive any benefit from
their school attondanco. Tho combined
indifference just alluded to makos the
childron indifferent to thoir studies, and
they pay moro attention to play and mischief
than to climbing tho hill of knowledge.
Not only this, but thoy loso respect
for learning and cultivnto an
for what should bo regarded as
important and dcsirablo as well as indispensable
to success in life. The children,
of course, do not roalizo that thoy will
bo tho mon and women of to-morrow,
and that thoy must carry on tho work of
society. Would It not bo hotter for parents
to manifost onough interest in tho
education and fitting of thoir children
for tho responsibilities of life to lead them
to at least an occasional visit to tho
school? Try it and see if it will not
have a tendency to awaken a now interest
and industry in both leachors and
OP THE CLERK OP THE COURT
Afcr n Prolonged Heimlich lioHlsrus n
Contract Vacntliifc IilM Ofllce mill
ArceiitlitK n Ntlpulntoil
titles In ClmrRo
of tho Oflloe.
Special to tho Courier-Journal.
Fiiankfout, Nov. 23. Thoro is a sensation
in tho olllco of tho Clork of the
Court of Appeals. Bluntlv, "Tom"
Henry has furnished it. Ho has been
drunk, very drunk, beastly drunk, drunk
and disorderly. Ho was drunk lost week
and tho week boforc, and for tho last six
weeks. Ho has neglected his business,
deserted tho Stato House, and hied himself
to tho wilds'of Morgan county, whoro
liquor springs ctornal in tho soft
Threo wcokB ago ho went to
Louisville and painted that truly good
town a fiery, uncompromising red. As
ono of my informants put it, " Ho just
raised hell." Finally, after closing a
couplo of Jefferson county distilleries, ho
returned to Frankfort and laid out every
prizo drunkard that ontercd tho lists.
Sheboygan water was poured down his
throat liko shot off a shovel, but it sobered
him not. Apollinaris, poda cocktails and
Turkisk baths wero tried and retired.
His desiro seemed to bo to knock tho
record out, and he did so. After getting
outside of enough liquor to run tho next
Legislature, his friends shipped him to
tho mountains of eastern Kentucky,
whero tho '' wormB" of that section aro
writhing by sunshino and moonshine to
furnish him fuel.
But seriously, Tom Henry has vacated
his ofllco by an arrangement, all the details
of which I can not now give. Tho
Court of Appeals aro disgusted and worn
out with his continuous debauches. His
work has been entirely in tho hands of
his ablo peputies, Capt. Sum M. Gaines
und Thomas G. Poore. As I understand
it, a contract has been made by Tom
Henry with whom I do not know accepting
$150 a month ns his salary for
tho remaining seven years of his term
He agrees to surrender ull perquisitit'H
and privileges, to remain away from the
office and to bo clerk only in name.
Messrs. Gaines and Ponro aro to conduct
tho entiro work, tho Stato to divido tho
salary of the office between . them.
Whether this contract bus tho sanction
of the Judges of tho Court of Appeals I
do not know, hut it is presumable they
are cognizant of tho situation.
Hour bo n News.
Away up above tho stench of the
Maysville hogs, tho Bulletin is shilling
the s:ei.t of fresh s.iuer kraut in tho
Mr. W. S. Gilbert, tho operatic partner
of Sir Arthur Sullivan has just huilt him-
BCII II 1JUUBU 111 OUUUI ioiiHiiigiun,i:usuilg,
exclusive of furniture, etc , moro than
Of tho lute Cantdn Muvno Reid the
London Standard says: ' There was
not a word in his hooks that a schoolboy
could not safely read aloud to his mother
and sisters j" and tho Pull Mall Gazette
adds: " Ho bus gone somewhat out of
fashion of late years tho nioro's the pity
for tho schoolboy of tho period."
If what is said of Capt. T. J. Henry's
conduct ut Frankfort is true, the sooner
his resignation as Clerk of tho Court of
Appeals is made tho better it will he.
There should ho no contracts or
about salary, but a resignation of
everything puro and simple. Tho people
expect every officer to do his duty in
person, and when ho is unfitted through
his vicious habits to do that, he is expected
to stop down and out.
The Philadelphia Times (Ind.) calls
Mahono's addreoj his "dying declaration,"
und says: Tho reckless
may go on, make his combinations, ally
himself with any national party into
which ho can find admittance, control
tho patronago of his Stato, attempt to
deceive a few credulous persons into tho
belief that ho has been tho victim of a
great wrong but when ho has done all
in his power nothing will bo moro apparent
than tho fact that ho is politically
dead, end that resunection is impossible.
A Ghastly Witness Removed.
Jolikt, 111., Nov. 20. Anothor interesting
event in tho Moonoy murder case has
just transplrod Lore. Tho skull of Andor-son,
the murdered prisoner, which was offered
tn evidence during tho trial to prove
the stab In tho ear coming out of the mouth,
carrying away ono of the molar toethand.
the jiossibllity of which wound tho exiert
physician for the defense denied, has mysteriously
disappeared. The skull was in
charge of Dr. Campbell, the prison physician,
who kept It in tho basement under
his office in a bucket. Desiring to romove
It to a placo of greater safety, to offer In
tho now trial, which has been granted, the
Doctor went to get It. The bucket was
thero, but tho skull was gono. This destroys
one of thoiost fatal evidences
against the prisoner. Tho attorneys for
the defonso have tiled a petition for a change
of venuo, stating that tho Inflammatory
condition of publio opinion in this county
against tho defendant made it impossible
for their client to get a fair trial. Tho
caso will probably betaken to Cook county.
New York Assombly Speakership,
Syracuse, N. Y., Nov. So. Theodore
Roosevelt, Assemblyman from the
District of the county of New York,
has been in Syracuso making an earnest
personal canvass for tho Assembly
lie had a conference with
Shoomakur, Hendricks und God-do.
All of these men are
and, while they did not como out and
pledge themselves for Hoosevelt, it is understood
that two will no doubt vote for
him. Later in the day Mr. Roosevelt
called on Congressman Iliscock, Senator
McCarthy, and ex-Assemblyman Duguld.
Sonator McCarthy says that thoro was no
political significance to Mr. Roosevelt's
call upon lilm or Mr. Iliscock. In his conversation
Roosevelt said he had received
much oncouragemeut from Uuffalo and
other western point, from which ho was on
bif way to New York. He says that he
has out one competitor, and that is Shears,
pf Herkimer county. Mr. Roosevelt ii
very confident of success.
Manufacturer and originator of the eels
brated brands of
Silver Dollar, Wra. Hunt's Dark Horse, Hap-
Hmoke, Three Beauties, Cordwood and
old Slugs. Second Street, Maysvllle, Ky.
A M. ROOEKfl,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
II E. Sec. St, mchSOly MA YBV1LLE, KY,
A.- lIBOtVNING.Bf. D
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Ofllco and resldonce south-east corner of
Third aud Sutton street. Will give special
attention to diseases peculiar to females. .
A FINCH A CO.,
GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP.
Cor. Third and Sutton titreeti,
mchWly' MAYSVILLE, KY,
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Custom work a specialty. Large stock. All
kinds at lowest nrloas.
No. 47, Market stree .two doors below D. A.
uicnaras ..... A Co.'s arocerv.
- .;n.. w ot.
alddtwly OlAlJVlljUr, H. I.
p 8. JUDD,
ATTORN ET AT LAW.
RenI Estate and Collecting Agency.
Court St., (ap!2dly) MAYHVILLE. KY.
CI OIVT KICIIEHON,
Dealer In Staple and Fancy
has REMOVED from bis old stand to the
building on Second street lately occupied by
Charles II . Frank. apl3d ly
T F. RYAN.
Gold, Hllver and Nickel
and Rubber Stamp Work done on short no.
lice at Muj'MVlllo Repairing Works, No. tt,
Second street. ipI71y J. F. RYAN.
r AMEH A C'ARK,
(Successors to Thomas Jackson,)
Livery, Salo and Feed Stables
Street ilark orders promptly attended to at
all times. Finest and latest style Turnouts.
Horses bought and sold on Commission. Market
St. four doors below Control Hotel. aI23
T W.8PAIIKH A nitO.,
Jfo. SH, MARKET STREET.
NEW CARPETS OILCLOTHS
and Window Shades, Good Carpets at 30, 35,
10, 45, 60, 60, 05, 70. 75. and 80 cts., f 1.00 an I 11.25
per yard mcb31dly
Oldest and best Companies. Insures for
mil value. Low rates. Losses promptly paid.
No discounts No delays, uince corner a uiru
and Market streets. apl6dly
WALTHAM WATCH STORE.
Headquarters for Clocks, Silver Goods, Jewelry
etc. All work promptly and satisfactorily
done. Second St., hast of Market. ap!7
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Fresh Oysters a specialty. Fresh bread
aud cukes. Parties and weddings furnished
ou short notice.
35 Second St.. maySdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
I ANK &. WORH1CU,
Contractors, Architects, Builders.
Plans and specifications furnished an reasonable
terms und all work satisfactorily and
dono. Oflloe ou Third street,
Wall and Sutton. apllluly
VTORRINON A UACULET,
Wholesale and Retail
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
Second Street, (mhlUly) MAYSVILLE, KY.
FURNISHING GOODS nnd
Hats. Caps, Trunks and Valises. The latest
Market St., apl6dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
p S.MINER A nao,
Boots, Shoos, Leather
No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton-streets,
moh3Idly' MAYSVILLE, KY.
VTRN. F, B. COLLINS,
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING.
Latest stylos of Ilats, Bonnets, Laces and
Millinery Notions. Prices low. Second street,
Mrs. George Uurrowa' old stand. apllOdly
TN MATTIE CARR,
Second $treet,Januari'i lilotk.
Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces,
Feathers, Trimmings etc., ot the latest styles.
Prices Low. KichSldly
AWESS A UARULEY,
Nos. 67 and 69 Second and 16 Sutton streets,
have just received a large stock of improved
VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS,
the Rreatost labor-saving Implement ever of.
fereil to farmers. The beat tobacco hoes and
tobacco barn hardware of all kinds. apUB
QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE,
Ulass, Cutlery, Notions, eta No. 45 Market
Street, East s: ilde, ueiweon necona anu Tniru,
aldttm MAYHVILLE. KY.
BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(Successors to Cooper & Ulssel,
DenlrrN lit NIiivoh, liniiicea, Mnrblelaed
'nier ruifl Nhettt Iron Wnre,
Special attention paid to I In tooflluK.gnttei
and spoutluK. Practical plumbers, gat and
steam fitters. Wroimhl Iron ai,d lend pipes,
Ao, All work attended to promptly huiI
23 E. Svind st., atklly MAYSVILLE. KY.
Second street, next door to Dr. Martin's
aplBdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
TOIIN T. FLEMING.
Represents the London and Liverpool and
Qlobo, German American, of New York, and
Phenlx, of Brooklyn. Also agent for Uluo
Lick Water. Office corner of Front and Mutton
ATTORNET AT LAW,
Real Estate nad Collecting Asjency.
Third street, near Court house,
mylOly MAYSVILLE. KY.
Pineapple Home. Home-made feast Cakes.
maySOdly SECOND STREET.
Q A, MEAWB,
Full line of Burial Robes and all article) required
by tho undertaking trade. Order
promptly attended to day or night.
ni30ly Ao. 81, Batt Second Street,
No. 6, West Second HtreoU
Monuments, Tublets and Headstones al
ways on hand. Orders by mall will rocelvt
the suino prompt attention as Undelivered In
m F. UIFF,
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work promptly aud satisfactorily done
Teims reasonable Front street, beiweeii
Market and Sutton. apllOdly
vrenovuiiK A UOLTOlf,
Have Just received from tho manufacturers a
full lluoofscasonublo goods (or the rail aud
winter trade. Jeans, Flanuells, Blankets,
Hosiery, Cloaks, Dolmans, Paletots and Jer
soys. Call In and see them aud el prices.
tut IKS LOU FOWLING.
Fall Hats, Millinery Goods, BonneU,
Flowers and Millinery Goods generally.
Entiro satisfaction uuarauteed In all cusom.
Second, opposite Opera House. mayJIy
Evory new shade In
Crushed Strawberry, Electric Blue, Egyptian
etc., aud new Trlmmlug4 to match.
SocondSt., mchaily MAYHVILLE, KY.
M. F, HARSH.
ATTORN ET AT LAW,
Justice of Hie Peace,
REAL ESTATE ind INSURANCE AGENT.
Will ad vertlse and sell real estate. No charge)-whatever
unless a sale Is consummated.
Deeds, mortgage Ao. written at rates at low ah
any one's. Ofllco Library Building, Sutton
A. J. WILLIAMM.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will be sold CHEAP for the next thirty days.
Call and see them.
mchOJly ffo. 29, Kail Second Street.
RS. MAUY K. TUOMAH,
Millinery and Notions,
Announces that she has Just received her
fall stock, which will be round verr at
tractive and that she has also secured the ser
vices of an accomplished trimmer from Cincinnati.
Ono price only.
18 E. Second sU, aftlly MAYSVILLE, KY.
DAULTON A DBO
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full Hue of all kinds ot vehicles on hand
for sale, hire or exohauge. Horses kept by
dav. week or month. Largest and best ap
pointed Livery Stable In the west. Prices as
low as any. Best attention to vehicles stoied.
Telephone connection. No. w ana u west
SocondSt., apHdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
OAUL D. ANDERSON,
to. 21 Mmrket SU , nearly opp. Central Hotel,
Office Open at all lioun. MA XS VILLB, KY
KTNoxt door to Bank of Mays,
TR. T. U. N. NMITII.
will ue vole ins wnoio time to the preservation
of tho natural teeth. Dr. O. W. Wardlo
Will take charge ot all the mechanical work,
such as gold, sllvor.contlnuousgum, celluloid
and rubber plates. mchSldly
"YANCEY A ALEXANDER,
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES,
Vehicles of all kinds, good stock and earefnl
drivers. Ilorses kept by tho day, or wook on
reasonable terms. Second st., between Market
DYEING mid CLEAN1NO
In Silk and Woolen Goods, Dresses, Shawls,
Ribbons lu all colors. Uenuemeii's clolhluy
Cleaned and Dyed. Front street, below Hill
House. kU JOSEPH HBENNER, Dyer,
Vir B. MATHEWS CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
Building and Dressed Lumber
Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash
Staves, Fencing, Tobacco HojrsheadsAo.
monauiy MAYSVILLE, KT,
O B. OLDHAM,
Sanitary Engineer. Gas aud
Dealer in clumber's (roods. Putnna. Hosa.
Sewer Pipes, Lead and Iron Piping. Stean
aud Water Uauges. No. H west Second street
opposite (Joiners grocery.
ap!7dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Dealers In Staple and Fancy
mch811y MAYBVILLE, KY.
At 2fo. 3, Enterprise Bloclc.
Having bougot the samples of three largo eaotcrn houses nt a sufllclcnt discount to
rae to sell them nt tho now York cost at rotall. They consist of
Coats, Cloaks, Rubber Overcdats Rubber
Gossamers, Gloves, Hosiery
I havo tho largest nnd CHEAPEST va'rletv of tho abovo named nrtlclos that have over
boon displayed In ilaysvlllo. Call aud examine them.
n!ildldec7 jQu. 3Gt. BTTRG33SS.
We will not be undersold by any Iioums lu
Kentucky or at Cincinnati, It wo havo half r
mchSldly MAYSVILLE, KY.
O. VV. OJliilWEL,,
So. ft,W. NecotMl M.,tp.Orrn llnnnr
Frultsaud VeKetablosln season.
respectfully nollcltl. fMdlr
vy W. LYNCH,
Manufacturer of aud Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES
Ladles' and children's fine shoes a specialty
Custom work madetoorder. ltopnlrlnucatlj
and promptly dono at moderate charges.
No. 41 Market stoett, East side.
Proprietor of the celebrated brands: Hold
the Fort, Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard.
Best cigars In the markal. Full variety ol
Second street, ally MAYSVILLK, KY
TO II. TRAXEL,
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ico croam parlors open for the sonson. Ab
solutely pure caudle. Fresh bread of all
kinds. Furnishing weddings and parties a
specialty. Prices low. mayldly
CTGNEW A ALLEN.
STOVES. GRATES, TINWARE,
mantels, eto. Hole agents tor the celebrated
Omaha and Lealr stoves. Roofing and Buttering
promptly ami satisfactorily dono. Corner
of Market aud Third tstreets, A. R. Olas-cock's
old stand. apllddlw
MH ANNA FRAZAR,
Dry Goods and Notions,
Furnishing Goods, Books, Stationery nnd
for small children nnd grown persons a specialty.
A large stock of
Hand-Made Knit Goods
ofall kinds. Noveltlesof all k'ndsand PRI
CES VERY LOW. My slock In c mpleto In
all Hues and I eunrnntee KailHfiiciliiu In all
cases. to order. Tho
patronago Is solicited.
BlSdtl MISS ANNA FRAZAK.
A Specific for Dyspopsia and DIs
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In many obstinate cases. 1'rof, F,
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Second Street, MAYBVILLE, KY
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tulns aklll. and nhTilnlina throughout the
country, knowing this, frequently reooraraenddifficult
cases to tha Oldest Npeelnllst, by whom every
known good remedy is need.- Kate's
Ace snd J2xperlenccj make his opinion of supreme
Importance. who call see no
one but the Doctor. Consultations free andaaeredly
confidential. (Jam which here failed In obtaining
relief elsewhere, eipeclally solicited. Female Diseases
treated. Call or write. Hours, from O to 4 ,
to H Sundays, JO to 1. UUIDH xo llXiXTU.
SXXT Fnin. Address aa above.
Hut ko to your dm it or merchant and get
niKHlianr UIIIMI IVnvm (unJv
tho most officiant anil imlntAliln wnrai ni..illn(m?
mado. It Is put up In delightfully flavored
sticks ot candy, and thu litllo onus love totaku It,
J.-L.-L. JL. -
Thirty Ton a sweet Misy, f.fly
cttly Tohh .'Hum
For prions address' F. M. OAitlt,
nl7 ttuwiwd Carr's, Iwls County, Ky,
arAliaeedaiiHa Werb WAKRASTRn.
Number 43, Second street, threo doors below
Market stroet, MayavUle, icy. apllWly