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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY EVENING, DEO. J 8, 1883.
Thoabovo numtior ropresonts tho
caoh week of tlicr Daily anil Wkkkly
Holletin. Advertisers are luvlUnl to call
and umure thomnolve ot tho. troth oftbe
statement, aud tliuy nre requested to bear In
tnlnd tbat our raos Tor advertising are th
Tub Kontucky Legislature ill
on tho 31st Inst
Tobacco all over tho 8tato Is reported
damaged from damp weather.
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It is' reported that Adjutant Qoneral
Castloman will resign his position shortly.
In conBcquoDCo of tho bruuk in the
prices of cotton goods, wanes will bo re-'
duced in'; many ol t'10 leading cotton
' mills of Rhode, Island.
It is estimated that thero arc 00,000,-000
trado dollars in circulation in China.
Tho avorago estimnto places tho number
in circulation In this country at 10,000,-
New York, tho Pacific States, tho Virginias,
Carolinas, and Georgia, want the
old ticket, but Ohio, Indiana, and the
rest of tho South want McDonald for
The Legislaturo of Virginia has passed
resolutions asking Congress to abolish
tho Internal Rovonuo system and has Instructed
her Senators und Representatives
to voto for such legislation.
Hon. Dudley 0. Haskell, a member
of Congress from Kansas, died at Washington
on Sunday, after n long sickness
caused by over-work during tho last session
of Congress. Ho was born at Springfield,
Vermont, in 1812.
A cablkobau says it is now definitely
Bettled that the National Council of tho
American Bishops and Clergy will meet
at Baltimoro in November, after the
Presidential election. Archbishop
will probably preside.
Tiik whisky men are moderating their
requests from Congress. It has beon decided
not to nsk Secretary Folger for indulgence
in tho payment of tho tax upon
goods coming out of bond while legislation
is pending, and not to urgo an allowance
It transpires that tho dishonest pension
ogonta are partially responsible for
tho enormous number of pension relief
'bills which aru being introduced into
Congress. A slnglo Congressman has
beon asked by a claim agent to introduce
fifty of this class of bills.
Speaker 0aih,i8i.e expects to announce
his committees on Friday, which will
probably bo the last day Congress will
meot before tho Christmas recess. The
Republican members of tho last Ways
and Moans Committee who huvo beon
re-elected will bo retained.
The chief veterinary officer of tho Dominion
Department of Agriculture is at
Montreal Investigating the reported outbreak
of cholora among hogs. Ho says
tho report was very much magnified, and
that tho disease is confined to a very fow
animals. Thero Is no necessity for proclaiming
the district infected.
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The Chicago Tribnne Bays thero aro in
tho United States and Canada 415 street
railways, upon which 100,000 horses and
86,000 men find dally employment. For
tho horses 160,000 tons of hay and 111,-000,000
bushels of' grain aro needed each
year. In New York tho average life of
tho street car horse is less than threo
The bill introduced in tho U. S. Somite
by Senator Beck, to divido Kentucky
into two districts, thus creating two Federal
Courts, is meeting with a good deal
of opposition nil over tho State. The
eamo bill was introduced in tho last Con-'
gross, but was ignored by tho Judiciary
Committee on tho ground that there was
no use ot two Courts.
The graveyaid insurance companies
are having a hard timo. Tho creditors
of n defunct association at Hnrrisburg
are talking of instituting proceedings
the directors of tho association
to inako them account for and pay certain
sums which, it Is alleged, were taken
from tho funds collected by tho association
and appropriated to their uso.
A dk81'atch from Washington says: A
former prosperous Lexington, Ky., merchant,
in an ovil hour sold out and went
to Washington for a clerkship, Finally,
after expensivo months of waiting,
money gono and in debt, ho was a)-pointed
whoelbarrow man In the printing
office at $1.50 a day, and he Iiiih b;en
A number of bills for retiring the trade
dollar have beon introduced in Congress,
and it is to bo hoped tlict our legislators
will seo their way to a plan for robbing
it of its power for mischief. Tho President's
suggestion was to buy them up at
a slight advanco over their intrinsic
value, The plan of tho Secretary, of tho
Treasury is to exchange stundard dollars
for them. It Ib yet to bo seon which
plan, If olthor, congressional wisdom
will adopt. Tho coin, Binco its legal-tender
quality la gono, has a bad immo,
though it (b worth more intrinsically
than the standard dollar is worth
and It should bo promptly disposed
GWINRTEK, Kll.li HOPS TKK DAY,
Cum, build tin do Are an' heat do big rocks,
uwineior kiii nogs teruay;
War yor brnuun shoes an' two par o' socks,
. Gwlnntur . kill hoiM .I". I io r day . ." : '
uo uuinca nigger sera i lies (Jo li'nr wiu a lioe.
Uwlneter kill hogs tor day
It makes do cluiukcy nrnti boi' pun and blow.
uwinoier kiii nogs icr any.
Do wlminln kiii a bllln' ob' do fat In do yard,
Uwlneter kill hogs ter dny.
An' da smile mlghly cunuln' case da
Uwluetor kill hogs ter day.
An' er fetch cr long do water, boy, an po' In
Don rnko away do bumln' stick an' fling In
Ah, Lnwd a massy, It am such n duo sight,
Fur we'io gwlncter hub Hpar' ribs an' tender-line
Tnko up do clean shont an' hang htm on do
Qwlncter kill hogs ter day;
Make a ulgiiprnnille wny down In hi soul,
Owlnetcr kill lions tor pay.
.Do clillun cum er roun' cr ronntln' o'uo melt,
Uwlneter kill hogs ter day.
It am do bos' Koent what ever was smell,
Uwlneter kill hogx ter day.
Do dogs stan' arouii' a snlllen' o' do a r,
Uwlneter kill hoics terdny,
An' bark at de nlugor as he grabs off do lm'r,
tl wlneter kill hogs ter day.
An'ercuin crlong tersnppor, boys, we'll all
Furclo hog'H backbone It am powerful sweet ;
We'llclmwdoco'ncakoan' drink do buttermilk.
Ah, Lnwu, we'so got It down Jes' as lino as
any silk. JAikansaw Traveler,
Tobacco Indnxtrr In North Carolina.
Tho following is from tho West Chester
(Pa.) Local News, and Is an oxtrnct
from a lecture delivered there by Willis
P. Hazzurd, before the Microsconicnl Society:
''Winston und Sulom being in
tho centro of a tobacco-growing district.
Iniyo factories aro erected, employing
ninny hands in manufacturing it into
various attractive market chapes. This
gives work to many people nnd relieves
tho community of what would otherwise
he an idlo neuro population. North
Carolina raised, in 1880, 27,000,000
pounds of tobacco. Tho tobacco is raised
by tho farmers and when cured ready
fur market nnd tied up in hands or bundles,
is brought to their favorite warehouse;
each grndo of tobacco as Rorted
by the farmer is placed in a pile threo to
four feet in diameter, on a circular mat
woven 6f straw, upon tho tloor. Upon
each pile is stuck a card with the weight
upon it as tested by tho auctioneer.
Promptly at tho hour of sale ho com
mences at ono end of a row and proceeds
with great rapidity to soil each lot
in itH turn ; li is tonmio, hung loosely in
tho middle, is worked with such volubility
that a stranger cannot comprehend
the fourth of what tie says. No time is
wasted on any lot, the bidding has to bo
very quick and spirited, and the buyers
being experienced manufacturers know
at once its value and aro prepared to
jjivo it. Tho color, tho sizo, tho aromn,
its tenacity, all of which aro matters re
quiring great experience in curing, nre
what regulate tho price. Somo lots will
ko for a few cents per pound, and from
thero at all prices up to $1.25. This lust
prico is Heldom reached, but the Governor
nnd myself stood chatting alongside
of a pile that wo wero told wim
something extra and would bring a great
price ; our curiosity led us to seo it sold.
Directly it was reached. It was started
at seventy-five cents and speedily
knocked down nt $1 25 amid great enthusiasm.
The pile was nbout four feet in
diameter and in conical shape about two
feet high, and brought S250, being 200
pounds. This wns part of tho crop of a
farmer, who threo yonrs before had taken
off tho hands of n previous purchaser
n farm of acres and
paid for tho lot $125. Ho put part of it
into tobacco and sold the first year $1,100
worth ; tho (second yoar, $1,300, and this
year over 3,000 pounds of tobacco nt an
average of seventy-four cents per pound,
realizing $2,300, nnd had enough left to
realizo $3,000. This Is only a specimen
of what may bo done by any of our own
farmers with enterprise sufficient to take
a little money with them and go down to
western North Carolina and settle. Great
attention is being givon to tho grasses,
wheat nnd oats, tobacco and corn. There
is a ready market for all tho hay that
can bo produced, nt high prices, as tho
railroads that penetrate through there
traverso every direction. Just to-day do
I read of a new lino from Chicago to
Florida, to bo made by building a connecting
link of twenty miles from
Emigrants will bo received with open
arms and kindly assistance if they aro of
a desirablo kind ; especially
with a littlo capital. Here they
will soon feel at home, for thoy will find
their own kind all around them. We
know of no moro promising section than
tho western portion of North Carolina
for tho industrious poor man, but more
certainly if ho has somo capital. Tho
climate is delightful und healthful, the
frosts moderate, and tho seasons long,
sheltered ns these lands are by tho high
range of mountains which separate this
portion of tho Slato from Tennessee
To resumo about tho tobacco. "Within
a fow minutes ufter tho tale of any man's
lots tho owner can slop up to the office
and ho will find tho account of sales ready
mado out and tho proper amount In a
check waiting for him. Tho thorough
and prompt business wny in which the
whole transaction in conducted is worthy
of all praise. Tho farmer can drive in
with his load of tobacco, and In hour or
two go homo with a check for it at tho
highest open market prico.
As soon 418 tho buyer is through with
his purchase at one'warehouso.and another,
or moro, his team Is driven to tho
warehouse; a truck is run under the side
of tho mat holding his purchase ; It is
deftly tilted on ; run to his wagon nnd
lifted in, and may in a few minutes bo in
tho process of manufacture.
Dr. Brown kindly showed us through
his factory, whoro several hundred
wero employed in getting it ready
or the consumer's market, and tho vari
ous processes wero shown to us, from tho
moistening and stripping tho leaf to its
packed Btato. Whilo every eflort is
mmlo to liuvo nil the processes cleanly,
wo can only say tlint tho urentest Iovoib
of tho weed would not uho it with as
much reliflh after Boeing tho manipulations
ns hofore whilo tho novico would
tlnd it tho Rtronireat nrpnmcnt for quitting
its use. Handled entirely hy not cleanly
negroes; soaked in Heorico'juico, sugar,
ect., it receives nddilioim wo prefer not
to chow. Each lot of work is let out to a
hoss darkey, who is responsible and employs
his own ImndH. When the tobacco
is mado up nnd packed for tho moulds, it
is placed then inside of hteel cylinders of
great strength, hiiiI hydraulic power Ib
applied with great force, so that each
romes out preHsed into uniform size nnd
thickness nnd into very compact shape,
and Ib at once packed Into strong square
hexes, tubs or buckets, nailed up, and
labeled und etnmped for shipping. Tho
factories do not run in midwinter,
They Speak for
Men's Shirts, Men's Undershirts, Men's Hosiery
and Men's Gloves. Large and complete stock.
shirts 50 cts.,
shirts 75 cts.
Men's heavy Merino Shirts at 35 and 40 cents.
Men's Warm Gloves for walking, riding or
driving at 25, 50, 75, and 1.00 a pair. Ladies'
and Children's Warm Gloves 15, 20, 25 and 50
cents per pair.
Hosiery! Hosiery! Hosiery!
Just opened an immense purchase of Hosiery
which we place on sale at less than 50 cents on
Black SILKS, Colored Silk VEL
VETS, Black and Colored VELVETEENS,
at very Low Prices.
No. 24, Market Street,
F. jcjLm "JL'JbC.jnLJnuJbiisXai 95..
RAIHINH London Layers, Layers, Loose Mnscatel, Cabinet Imperlas. NUTH Almonds
Filberts, Pecans, ChestuuUi, Peanuts, Klgn, Dates, Curinnts, Citron, Orange and Candlec
Foreign and Domestic Fruits
of all kinds and quality. Finest assortment
We liave on our counter three
hundred and fifty
Boys' and Children's
that we shall make a run on at
from $2 to $4 each. Come and
see them before they are all
Pineapple Hams. Home-made Yeast Cakes.
muySOdly HKCOMD BTIIKKT.
Wucxxwsora to Thomas Jackson,)
Livery, Sale and Feed Stables
Btreet ilark orders promptly attended to at
all times. PluuNt and latest style Turnouts.
Horses bought nnd sold on Commission. Market
HI. four doors below Central Hotel. a!23
A. , KUUKKM,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
tl K. Nee, tit, mchSOly MA YBV1LLK, KY,
TITAYKVII.I.K III K IIOIMK.
DYEING and CLEANING
In Hltk and Wnolun (Joixlx. l)rttnes, Hhawls,
Klhbonnlu nil colors, tieni lemon's clothing
Cleanod anil UvmI Fro it street. Mow Hill
IIoium). H 4UMKPJI HlllCNNKH, Dy tl,
Very good quality of
SPARKS & BRO.,
of common aud choicest FINKHT CANDIES.
VTISH MATTIE CASK,
Second ttret,Janttartf$ Slock,
Millinery Goads, Hats, Laces,
Feathers, Trimmings etc, ol the latest styles.
Prloes Low. MchSldly
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ice cream parlors open for the season. Ab.
solutely pore caudles. Fresh bread of all
Kinus. I'urnisiiuig wouuintcs auu parties a
specialty. Price low. mayldly
rK. T. II. 1. HMITH,
Will devote his whole time to the preservation
of the natural teeth. Dr. V. W. Wardle
will take churiie ol all the mechanical work,
such us uold, sllver.oontlnuousgum, celluloid
and rubber plates. mchSldly
-y-ANGEY A ALEXANDER,
LIVERY, SALE AND FEEO STABLES.
Vehicles ol all kinds, good stock and earere)
drivers. Horses kept by the day, or week on
reasonable torms. Heoond st, doiwmd Marks!
Proprietor of the celebrated brands: Hole
the Fort, Parlor Queeu and Mother Hnbbant
Beat cigars In the market. Full variety o
Becond street, ally MAYSVILLK, KY
UH. MART E. THOMAM.
Millinery and Notions,
Announoos that sho lias Just received bet
rail stock, which will be found very at
tractive and that she has also secured the ser
vices of an accomplished trimmer from Clu
clanatl. One price only.
13 K. Second su, aOdly MAYBVILLK. KY.
Dealers In Htaple and Fancy
moh31ty MAYHVILLK. KY
Hats, Caps. Trunks and Valises. The latest
fall stylesjosi received.
Market HU, aplftlly MAYHV1LLK, KY.
r AM HECKIVING BAILT
which will lo served In all styles. Korsale
also by thecau, or In bulk at resHon
able prices. T.J. NOUN,
at Ulerley's confectionery store, Ueonnd Hi.
A. J. WII.I.IAMM.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will be sold OH KA I tor the next thirty days.
Call and see them.
mobsoiy No. 39, Katt Btcond Street.
IONKW A AIXKN,
STOVES, GRATES, TINWAKB,
mantels, etc Sole agents for the celebrated
Omaha and Leader stoves. Hooting and Buttering
promptly and satisfactorily done. Cor'
uer of Market and Third istroots, A. It. Glas
cock's old stand. aplltkllw
No. 0,W. 8eeondNt.,0ip.OirHetae,
Fruits and Vegetablesta season.
age respectfully solicit!. Ilidly
Livery and Sale Stable.
A rail line of all kinds of vehicles on hand
forsale, hlro or exchange. Horses kept by
day, week or month. Largest and boat appointed
Livery stable In the west. Prices as
low as any. Host attention to veh Idea stoi ed.
Telephone connection. No. 40 and 4i west
BeooudUt., apHdly MAYBVILLK, KV.
vy It. LYNCH,
Mauutacturer of and Dealer lu
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladles' and children's flue shoes a specialty
Custom work made to order, IlepalrluRneaU)
and promptly done at moderate charge.
Mo. 41 Market steett, Kast side.
ally MAYBVILLK, KT
Heoond stroet, next door to Dr. Martin's
nplOdly MAYBVILLK, KY.
BOOT !ND SHOE STORE,
Custom work a specialty. Large stock. All
kinds at lowest prices.
No. 47, Market streo , two doors below D. A
lUchardsou A Co.'a grocery.
aldAwly MAYBVILLK, KY.
TTBNT A BOYLE,
Every new shade In-
Crushed Btrawberry, Electric Blue, Egyptian
eta, aud new Trimmings to match.
BecomlBt., mchSlly MAYBVILLK, KY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Real Eatateand C'ollecllau; Asesscy.
Third street, near Court house,
mylUly MAYBVILLK. KY.
JOHN B. FOYNTZ.JR.,
Oldest and best Companies. Insures for
full valuo. Low rates. Losses promptly paid.
No discounts No delays. Offloe' corner Third
and Market streets. apiedly
M P. HAKHH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Justice of (tie Peaee,
REAL ESTATE and INMJftANCE A8ENT. "
Will ad vertlse and sell real estate. No charges
whatever unless a sale Is consummated.
Dooda, mortganx Ac wrltteu at rates as low as
any one's. Office Library llulldlug, Button
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office and residence south-east corner ol
Third aud Button streets. Will give special
attention to diseases peculiar to female.
O J. BAtQHERTY,
No. 6, West Booond BtreeL
Monuments, Tablets and Headstones ml.
ways on baud. Orders by mall will reoelvt
the same prompt attention as II delivered In
WALTHAM WATOH STORH.
Headquarters for Clocks, Oliver Uoods, Jewelry
etc. All work promptly aud
done. Beooud til., bast ol Markot, apl7
. CJ If RICHENON,
Dealer In Rtaple and Fancy
has IlKMOVKD from bis old stand to (he
building on Second street lately occupied by
Charles U.Frank. aplSdly
( A, MEANS,
Fall line of Burial Robes and all artletea required
by the undertaking trade. Orders
promptly attended today er night,
intwly Ho. 01, Jttut tfteond ntri,
Wo other complaints are bo insidious In tuolr attack
a those affecting the throat and lungs t none
so trifled with by tho majority ot sufferers. Tho
ordinary cough or oold, resulting perhaps from a
trifling or unconscious ezpoauro, Is often but tho
beginning of a fatal sickness. Ayer's Cimtnr
FBCTonAt, has well proven Its efficacy In a forty
years' fight with throat and lung discuses, and
should be taken In all cases without delay.
A Terrible Cough Cured.
"In 1657 1 took a severe coldwhtch affooled my
lungs. I had a terrtblo cough, and posted night
after night without sleep. Tho doctors gavo mo
up. I tried AYKn'sOitEURVPxcronAL, which
relieved my lungs, Induoed sleep, and afforded nie
the rest necessary for the recovery of my strength,
Ily tho continued use of the Pkctoual a permanent
cure was effocted. lam now 62 years old,
hale and hearty, and am satisfied your CliEUlir
PECTORAi.savedme. Horace Kaihmiotii Kit."
Itocklughain, Vt., July 15, 1882.
Croup. A Mother's Tribute.
"While In the country last winter my little
boy, three years old, was taken 111 with croup; it
seemed as If he would die from strangulation.
One of the famllysuggested tho use of Aykk's
Ciieury rscTOttAL, a bottle of which was always
kept In the house. This was tried In small
ana frequent doses, and to our delight In less than
half an hour the little patient was breathing easily.
The doctor said that tho Cherry Pectoral
had saved my darling's life. Can you wonder at
our gratitude 7 Sincerely yours,
tins. Km ma Qednky."
169 West 128th St., New York, Moy 10, 1682.
" I have used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral In my
family for several years, and do not hesitate to
pronounce n tue most eneciuai romeuy lur cuukui
and colds we have ever tried. A. J. Crank.''
Lake Crystal, SUnn., March 13, 1882.
" I suffered for eight years from Bronchitis, and
after trying many remedies with no success, I was
cured by the use of Ayer's Cherry Pectorai,
Dyhalla, Miss., April 6, 1882.
"I cannot say enough In praise of Ayer's
CiiEnnv Pectoral, believing as I do that but
for Its use I should long since have died from
lung troubles. K. Uuaodom."
Palestine, Texas, April 22, 1882.
No cose of an affection of tho throat or lungs
exists which cannot be greatly relieved by the use
of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, andltwiUaftray
cure when the disease Is not already beyond the
control of medicine.
Dr. J. C. Ayer &. Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
830,000 FOR 2.
Kcfftilnr Monthly Drawing will
4 TUtitko place lu the Moronic Hull,
Building, Louisville, Ky
THURSDAY, JDcc, 27, 1883.
ALawftil Lottery nml Fair DrnwiuKH
chartered by the Legislaturo of Ky. and twice
declared legal by the highest court lu the
Btale. Itond given to Henry county lu the
sumof J100,00ufor the prompt payment of all
A Revolution In Mingle Number
sxsrBvery ticket holder his own supervisor,
can call out the number on bis ticket mid soo
the corresponding number on the tag pIuomI
In the wheel In his presence. Theso drawings
will occur on the last Thurxday of every
month. Head the magulflcout
l t ricoM. mmm. ..... ......... ....f..fJ",o o
1 Prize .................. ... .. lu,ixxi
1 Prize 6.0UI
3 Prizes, $2,600 each fi.WiO
6 Prizes, 1.IUJ euuh 6,000
9 Prizes, 900 each, Approx'u Prize.... 2,700
B Prizes, 200 each, " 1,800
9 Prizes, 100 each, " " 900
) Prizes, 600 eacl - 10,000
100 Prlzex, 100 each 10,000
200 Prizes, 60 eacl 10,000
600 Prizes, SO each 10,100
1000 Prizes, 10 each ... 10,000
1,857 Prizes, $110,100
Whole Tickets, 8. Half TlrkrlN, VI.
37 Tickets, 830. SB Ticket 8100.
Ilemtt money or bunk- draft In letter, or
send by exnrww. DON' V HEN H UY
LETT Kit OK POSTOFF1CK OUDKIt,
until further notice. Ordersof(6and upward
by express, can be sent at our own expense
Address all orders to J.J. DOUOLAB,
sepHdAwly Loulsvlllo. Ky.
v JyW JMbF Sp ' law
But goto yonr dnimjlflt or merchant and get
abottloof Wills' World Worm CiwidV,
the most eftleleut aud pnltttnhlo worm meillclmi
mado. It Is put mi In delightfully fliuoretl
sticks ot caudy, uud the lllllo onus luvu to tuko It.
F. L. TRAYSER,
(Dealer In first-class:
ALL INSTRUMEHTS WARRANTED I
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED
Wrmmt Strpet, Bfaysville.
wmmmmm evmrnmrnmrn hh
fV Wfcow debility, exhausted
nd folium to perform llfr'a
duties projwrlj tro cinwd hj
ioewML error, of youth, etc,
will Stud a perfect and Uitlnir
rtttorstlonlo robu.t bciilih
nd vlsrorous munhood In
.UU.T iwnicu urngciD nor
natraments. ThU treatment of
frrnui llelillltr nd
saeeswral beesnss b&Kd on perfect diisnoale.
ew mt direct taethoda and abnolnte Ihor.
aufhueee. Kail Informitlon nd TrettlM free.
AilJreu L'ontaltlns i'lij.lcl.n of
MARSTBN REMEDY C0.,4BW.UthSL, New York.
w ILLUM HUNT.
MaBulacturer and originator of tho le
brated brands of
tver DolUr, Wm. Hunt's Dark Horse,
ihree "". ConlwotHl mid
Oold Slugs. Mecond Htreot, Maysvlllo, Ky,