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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY EVENING. MAY 5, 1883. BUM.KTIN is published dally, and nerved Ireo of postage at, 0 cents per week ;2- cents jior nionth;75 cents per three months ; J 1. 50 pnr six mouths, nnd 83 per year, payable In ndvunco. OUR following persons nretheiiuthoiized agents for the Daily Bur. i.etin nt the places limned. Contracts for subscription or advertising may be made with them: W.Sult. Shannon Win. (Mil ry. T. Hurry. MiNKUVA W. 11. Hnwes. Mt. Myers. TIklkna. It. M. Harrison. A .Jackson. P. Tolle. L. HollOU. Slack's P. O M. V. Mornn. Er.iZAVii.iiK. W. H. Stewart. Mt. Caumki T. A. Henderson. Fkiin Lkah Harry Buriinyno MuufiiYsvrr.r.K. W. T. Tomlln. Ukumantown T..I. Kncklev t Co. Washington Mls Anna Thomas. Jciinson Hro. KT3 Jar" Titn il..ik ttntnlnr rnnrnaontH tho Hon, cncl. week ol tho Daily nnd Wekkly Hullktin. Advertisers are Invited to call nnd assure oi the truth of the statement, and they me requested to bear In mind that our ra es for advertising are the lowest. Mits. G,iNr.a' judgment npitinst the city of New Orleans has been confirmed, with interest added. It will amount to $1,920,007. As the Republican has been enjoying the cream of the city business we expected it would be the first to raise a howl, and we are not disappointed. The people of Illinoiso arc so well lied with the trial of biennial sessions of the Legislature that they are beginning to talk about triennial sessions. Tin: total available supply of wheat at seventeen leading points in the United States and afloat on the ocean for Europe, April Hi, aggregated 41,408,000 bushels 35,800,000 bushels Apiil 27, 1S82, and 47,237,000 bushels at the same time in 1SS1. .. . Thk increased duty which the last Congress imposed on foreign paintings has aroused a good deal of ill-feeling among Paris artists, but, instead of howling about it, they should ask the French Government to retaliate by putting a similar duty on American chromos. At the last meeting ol the city council the Republican was paid $9 for printing one-third of a column of city advertisements for three weeks. Allowing its circulation to be l.GOOas claimed, in that time the advertisements received insertion in 4.S00 papers. If it had been printed in the Daily and Wi:i:kly which have a weekly circulation of 5,:S5 copies, the advertisements would hnve goneinto 10,15.") papers. Wesubmit to the public as to which medium would have given the city ordinances the widest publicity. The cost would have been precisely the s.une. Tjii: following complimentary notice of lion. James Q. Chenoweth, formerly of this city, is taken from tho Paris North Texan, and was prompted by tho gallant fight made by Col. Chenoweth in the Texas Legislature, against curtpiu corrupt railroad rings and monopolies. His speechwidth we have had thu pleasure of reading, is a masterly effort, and has about it the ring that honest people love to hear. We regret that its length prevent!? its publication in the Uui.m'tis: We are pleaied to see In our midst Hon. .fames (J. whoso s.'ullant Unlit In thu rei out session oftholeglslatuio, In bohall of the people, huh Inst tho combined rings and monopolies, has won lor him the admiration of the untlio slate, in him tho people havo recognized a leader who Is not only as truo as the needle to the pole, but who also possesses thu courage, both moral n'lid physical, to stand up in his place and denounco "In words that burn." It Is truo that what Is familiarly known throughout tho stutoas tho"Ohenowoth I'nllroiul Kill." did not become a law, having ben defeated by a lew votes altera hard contest, bin tho uoblo lUht made by I to author, In tho people, has not betn lost, but it Is seed sown in good ground and will yet bilng an hundred lold. It requited no practlcod oye to see that the combined lnllueaces of the lobby were centered against (.'ol Chenoweth, who stood mem "m uMomi wan" opposed to tnoir In order to carry out their purposeful was necessary to gut rid of him. but ills cool and considerate action, and his bold and uiRiily oxposuio of corruption literally wilted his opponents, nnd thu Col. lias tho proud satlsitictlon of knowing tho pooplo fully and heartily approve his course, May his vlHlttoour city bo a pleasant one, and If tino manhood, crowned with Intellect nnd supported by courage, are ossontlal qualities of success, . wo predict for him a brilliant political future, The Now Postal Notes. Tho designs for the new postal notes have been prepared. The eiujraved surface of the new note will not exceed five and seven-eighth inches long by threo and one-eighth inches wide, with a stub to each note two inches wide, under a margin of about one-eighth oi an inch. All the work is to be engraved on steel plates and in the best style. If it is decided to have but one colored ink, the printing must be done from plates so executed its to provide the greatest possible security against counterfeiting bv hand including a vignette picture. If it is decided that two colors are to be used, the first color will consist of an underlaying tint containing work difficult to reproduce by hand. If these colors are decided on, the first two will bo as stated, while the third will consist of geometrical lathe-work upon the back of the note. The paper to be used must bo pure linen paper of the best qu.tlity, water-marked with such design as the Department sliall furnish, nnd chemically prepared so as to be sensitive to any reagents thnt might be used to remove' or change the writing. The 'notes will be manufactured in a fire-proof building, and in separate apartments distinct from other wprk. A resident agent of the Department will have supervision of the process, and be provided with office and desk-room conected with the place of manufacture. The number probably required is stated at 14,140 books of 500 notes each. Bidders must furnish bonds in $200,000 in case the contract is awarded, and $25,000 when making the proposals. Lizzie llaUlcnian Penrce. May 3rd. Mrs. Lizzie Hildeninn IVarce died at t'.e home of herlnlher, Mr. W. N. Haldoinan, In this city, yesteiday afternoon at -1 o'clock. In the year oi her ire, after an III noss ol two weeks. No sweeter young llfo Iiiih more untimely closed than this. In tho vcty spring time or her youth, with none but lender. hmmv hones for l be future, tile von ni wife mother closes her eyes and Is gono. Her j llfo had been a pleasing poem to liorseir, nor parents, husband and her Irlends. The smile lighting ever her lace, was tho reilex of the truth nnd uoodnes or her womanly heart. Fiom childhood she moved among friends who loved her, while her sunny pictoucn was the charm of every circle that sho graced. But little more than u year the devoted wllo oi the husband whom her heart had chosen, sho had Juat attained the chlclest glory ol woman's life, but the eiown ol motherhood scarce pressed tho dear nnd gentle brow when tho bitter chalice was placed to her lips and hor little ono was uiolhei less. To who had lived In tho waimth of tho absent one's friendship, the cruel tiding- ol her death como with bewildering loica and beggar the mind thnt would in loving tenderness speak of her puio and gentle Hie. To those who loved hor sho was an an g bonlson of peace and Tender, confiding and truo, her (dmnle.ueiierous. nature drew cnngnnuil spirits to her, and those who came within the ; sanctuary of I. er attached lilendshlp will ten-1 derly mourn tho young llle now closed on I earth forever. As w.is nor iriKimiuess in thoso sho loved In tin' u homo mi was her higher Must In II 1m wliodoeth all things well, to whom her heart tinned in leveronli'il woi.shiiuiud love, nnd from this simple, faithful trust came the sunlight of that pure religion which Illumined her dully llle. To-day tender hands will gently bear nil that remalnsof this loved one tothe homo of tho dend, and withthesofi air of the spring tiuie kissing tho opening tknvors, so typlctl orthe bright young life that lasted but a day, they will lay hor down to the last dreamless sleep of nil. Though tho flowers and tho spring tune de art jet do they como again, nnd so this ndrjoung ttower has only folded Its leaves and laded Irom earthly view, to bloom anew In thai Woild Beyond, freefrom cam and toll mid sorrow, radiant and happy ever more. Itosolntiniis. Witr.itKAS, Bv Ibedecrfoofnn All wlsennd Omul potent Buler we have lost a most excellent and highly beloved and respected member of our Loitgo, thereloie, bo It Jtnolvvil, That In the death of Brother R. Albert, I.lmetono Lodge has lost a brave and wen thy knight, noble lu every Impulse, and one who never forgot the friendship, charltv and hent'volonco Hint mudo him an exemplar of our motto. Ills city has lost an enenSitie, carelul, enterprising eilizmi. his friends it genial, honorable, torbeailug comrade, ami his sorely heicuvcd Inmlly an frroparable link In thogoluen chnln ol domestic tianiiulllty. ltesalvvd. That wo extend to tho strlcl en family our most slweie sympathy In their great beiTuvement, and, In token ol our respect lor the deceased, spread the.so resolutions upon our publish tho same, and lorward an engrossed vurt to the family. S. Davis, ) J. K. LloyiiACoiii. L. M.Taiiii. J 'Tlic W'ny It In Hone in t'lileago. Chicago, .May 1. A Hit of fifty conunittcil during tlio present week, and all suppressed by the police, was this morning, creating a sensation Tho aggregate stealings nmounted to many thousands of dollars, and among the p'aces burglarized wero hotels, humble tenements, magistrates' offices am public court-rooms. In no caso did nrrcst or punishment follow, nnd the point niado by the paper publishing tho matter is, that the police are ' standing in " with tho burglars. Tin- Ilcinlly Oven. Cincinnati, May 4. About 10:30 o'clook lest night the citi7ens in the neighborhood of Turner Hall wero aroused by tho loud report of an explosion, which occurred in John Schneider's bokory, Nob. 520 and C28 Walnut sttect. On investigation, it was found that two in a now oven had burst, totally destroying tho hamo nnd causing a duningo of nearly ?;),000. The largo windows in tho front of tho building woro shnltorcd, entailing a loss of S107. Nouo of tho workmen wero injured. i Why Xot Hiivo CJlvon It to Ilnuly? Washington, May 4. Tho cost of tho two star route trials will bo moro than a million dollars, and there will probably bo no verdict at last. For tho defense will probably not speak, having antagonized tho court, tho opening counsol, and tho jury. Thcro aro two dovoto Catholics on "tho" jury, who glaro nt Ingorsoll every timo ho risos, as if he wero the dovil bicarnuto. BUSINESS H PUSES. r Tho following are nmotig tho lending Business Establishments of Maysvllle. Customers will find these bowses reliable nnd occupying a commanding position la their respective lines. a . iimnvM x , n . ., , PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Olllce and residence south-east corner of Third and Sutton stieets, nplt Idly MAYSVILLE. A M. KOUEKS, DEALER IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. HE. See. St, mchaOly MAYSVJLLE, KY, A FINCH A CO., " DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor. Tfitrd and Sutton Streets, mchlSOly MAYSVJLLE, AT. A HONAN'S BOOT AND SHOE STORE. Custom wolk a specialty. Large stock. All kinds at lowest prices. No. I", Market strep , two doors below D. A. Blchardsoii fc Co.'s grocery. nld&wly MAYSVILLE. KY. tTujigesn a noi,ix, Dealers In Stnploaud Fancy ZDZRTSr No. 3. Enterprise Block.. Second Street, apU'dly MAYSVILLE, ICY. r a.ujio:v, PHOTOGRAPHER, Second street, next door to Dr. Martin's nplfJdty M AYSVILLE, KY. S. MIXI'UA itHO, C. Dealers Boots, Shoes, Leather And FINDINGS, No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets, mch:)ldly MAYSVILLK, KY. 1U.T. I. N. .SMITH, DENTIST, Will devote his whole time to the of the natural teeth. Dr. C. W. Waulle will take ulmrue nl nil the mechanical work. such as gold, sllver,continuousi5um, celluloid ami runner plates. nicnjiuiy ?UJ lptJXEtt' A AI.I.EX, STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, mantels, etc. Solo ncents for tho celebrated Omaha and Leader stoves. Booting nnd gut- terlng moniptly and satisfactorily done. Cor- uerot Maiketnud Third ttreets, A. It. Olas- cock's old stand. apllddlw Jf H. TltAXKIi, baker and confectioner. Ice cream parlors open for the season. Absolutely puie candies. Fresh bread of nil kinds. Furnishing weddings and parties a specialty. Pilces low. may Idly . lMHSTKK, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, Manuf.icturer of Picture Frames and dealer lu .Miscellaneous Ooods. nichSO y MAYSVILLE, KY. TjWCANK OEVINK, Manufacturer of Proprietor of the celebrated brands: Hold thu Fort, Parlor Queen and .Mother Hubbard. Best cigars In tho niarkot. Full variety of smokers' articles. Second sticet, ally MAYSVILLE. KY. 71 S. .1UI1, ATTOSSNEY AT LAW. Itenl Kstato . Collecting- Apcncy. Court St., (apl2dly) MAY'SVILLE. KY'. S? 31. WIIXIA3I8, Contractor and Builder Plans and Speclllcatlons lurnlshed nnd all work promptly and satisfactorily done. Shopousocoud street, opposlto Utah school. aplOdly MAYSVILLE, KY. 1 EO. COX A SON, Dealers la Staple aud Fancy oooids, SECOND STBEET. mch3lly MAY'SVILLE, KY. S i:o. OUT, JR., Solo agont for tho Perfection BOOT Cleaner, Which is both n door mat and boot scraper. Prlcoonly SI.50. Best thing of the kind over Invented. mch31dly Burgess Block, Suttou Street. O OI.T KIOHESON, Dealer In Staple and Fancy GBOOIEIBS, has REMOVED from his old stand to the building on Second street lately occupied by Charles II. Frank. aplSdly TTUNT t DOYLE, Every new shade In DRESS GOODS, I, Electric Blue, Egyptlnn , etc., and new Tilniinlngi to mntch, 'Second St., inch'JlIy MAY'SVILLE, KY. C. OWENS A CO. J. This space has been reserved for their advertisement. LOOK OUT FOB IT. OIIN WIIEELEK. Daily FISH Market. Blvor, Lake nnd salt water fish. Prices reduced this day to 8 and lu cents a pound. Market stieet, nl8 MAYSVILLE, ICY. Architect and Builder. Plans and Specifications furnished promptly and on leasonnblo terms. Olllcoon Fouith street between Market and Limestone. aplUdly MAYSVILLK, KY. TOII.Y II. I'OYiVrZ.J!., INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest nnd best Companies. Insures for . full vnluo. Low rates. Losses promptly pain. Olllco corner Third A U llinL7Ulll A.' t V.4J Oi and Market streets. aplOdly TAS. H.SALIiRE, OLAKKNCK I,. SALLEK. Sullen A Bailee, ATTOKNEYS AT LAW INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Court Street, (seplCdly) MAYSVILLE,KY J UliAKI'UOltOUGII, THE BOSS WALTHAM WATOH STORE. Ileadciuartors forelocks, Silver Goods, Jewelry etc. All work prompily and satisfactorily done. Second St., Kastot Market. npl7 T W..S1MKKS IlltO., Xo.2,MARIvETSTIlEET. NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS nnd Window Similes. Good Carpets at 31), rvs. I 1'!, 45, 50, (10, U-3, 70, 75. and 110 cts., 51.00 anl SI IS per yard. mchSldly i TAJIEa .fcCAltlt, j (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) I Livery, Sale and Feed Stables ; Street Hack orders promptly attended to nt all times. Finest and latest stylo Turnouts. Hoises bouubt and sold on Commission. Mar ket St., four doors below Central Hotel, al'.'.'l T4HIX T. FI.I'.IIIXG. INSURANCE AGENCY. Tronrpuntiliu ll,n T.rmilmi mill T.lvnrtinnt n lid Globe. German American, of New York, nnd ' Pheulx. of Brooklyn. Also agent" lor Blue i Lick Water. Olllce corner of Front nnd Sut-' ton streets. nnllTdly I'. ItYAN. i MnnnfYicturer and dealer In hand. Docket and pencil STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS, Dates ic. Guns. Pistols. Trunks. Valises and Sewing Machlnesrepaiieil. Trumpets put up ,,oIlt) ,,7,n(, luul koys lmulo t0 oraer, sjteucll .putting a specialty Second St., apl'7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. AC'OIi liINN, ; SAKER AND CONFECTIONER.! Ice crnni and soda water. Fresh In end nnd cakes. Parties nnd weddings lurnlshed on short notice. : Second si., may3dly MAY'SVILLE, KY. r W. HAI.HUAITII, DTSURANCE AGENT. Otllco Third street, near Court Hou.e. Ke,i-resents Louisville Underwriters' Flrp nnd Marine company. Insures against lliihtnlng ami wind. inch28ly r ani; a womticK, ' Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans nnd specifications furnihed an reasonable terms nnd all work satisfactorily and piomptlv done. Otllco on Third street, between Wall nnd Sutton. npllldly 'OKKISON V UAC'KIilir, M1 Wholesale and Kotall BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, (mh28ly) MAYSVJLLE, Ii V. VflHS LOU 1'OWM.VC, FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Latestsprlng styles of Hats, Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers and Mllllneiy Goods generally. Entire satisfaction guaranteed in nil oases. Second, opposite Opera House. may By M US. V, II. COLLINS, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Huts, Bonnets, Laces and Millinery Notions. Prices low. Second strcot, Mrs. Oeorgo Burrows' old stand, apHOdly M clMUJULK A HOLTON, .5,000 STANDARD PRINT3 at 0 cents Lnwus from fi cents to 15 cents. Parasols nnd woolen goods In proportion, just received. aplSdly vriss MAXTIE CAKIC, Second street, January's Illock. Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc., ol tho latost stvles. Prices Low. mchllidly . . . v w w M iiai in, FUItNISIIINCJ GOODS mill Hats, Caps, Trunks and Vallsos, Tho latest spring stylesl ust rocolved. Market St., uplfldly MAYSVILLE, KY'. V, JIAUSII, iM, ATTOKXEY AT 1,11V, JiiNf Jew of tlin I'enco, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. Will advertise and sell real estate. No charges whatever unless a sale Is consummated. Deeds, mortgages &o. written nt rates as low as any one's. Otllco Library Building, Suttou street, JiTRN. A. J. WILLIAMS. CARPETS, Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will bo sold CHEAP for the next thirty days, Call and see them. mch3uly JVb. 29, fiast Second Street. M.AKCIIDIl.VCOX, (Formerly Miss Maggie Hasp,) FASHIONABLE MILLINER. has Just received a full supply of nil of tho latest styles In Millinery Goods. Hats, Bonnets. Laces. Trimmings nnd all seasomiblo novelties. Tho laole.s aro Invited to call. Market street, ullKlly MAY'SVILLE. IIS. MAUY E. THOSIAS, M Dealer lu Millinery and Notions, Announces that sho has Just received her sprlnu btock, which will bo found and that sho has also secured the services of an accomplished trimmer froniCln cinuatl. One price only. ' 13 K. Second St., aOdly M AYSVILLE, KY. OSK DAUIiTON A HIIO., M GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full llnoofnll kinds of vehicles on hand for sale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by day, weok or mouth. Largest and best appointed Livery Stable In tho west. Prices ns iow as any. Best attention to vehicles stoicd. Telephone connection. No. -10 nnd i'l west Second St., apl7dly MAYSVIl.LE.JCY. iWEW FIK3I, BISSET, McCLAHAHAN & SHEA, (Successors to Cooper & Bis-set, I enters lit Stoves, Xnrblclzcil uinniiriictiirers of Tin, Copper mi'. Sheet Iron Ware. Special attention paid to tin roofllng.guttbr nnd spoutln. Practical plumbers, gas and steam fltteis. Wrought Iron and lead pipes, &c. All work nttended to promptly and warranted. ' M E. Second st aOdly il AYSVILLE, KY. WENS it ItAUKIiKY, 0 Nos.57nnd 50 Second nnd 10 Sutton streets, have Just received u lare block of Improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, tho greatest labor-saving Implement to fnrmers. Tho best totmcco hoes and tobacco barn hardware of all kinds. apllO OACIj 1. AMIEUSON, I3EECTXIST, No. 21 Market St., nearly opp. Central Hotel, Office Open at all JJours. MA lrS VILLE, KY m.iyiaiy.d. r A, .UEAXS, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full lino of Burial Robes nnd nil articles required by the undertaking trade. Uiders promptly niteuueu to nay or nigut. inauiy No. 01, East Second Street. SI. HON, -Dealer in- CHINA, TINWARE, Ulass. Cutlery, Notions, etc No. 43 Maikot Street. East side, between Second and Thhd, uaitlUm MAYaVILLE, KY'. Q J.lHAUailEUTY, No. 0, West Second Street. JHL&r&EtSE: YARD. Monumout.s, Tablets and Headstones on IiqihI. Orders by mnll will receive the same prompt attention ns It delivered lu poison. npliidly O K. OLOHA.n, PLUMBER, Sanitary Englneen'Gas and Dealer in plumber's goods, Pumps, lloso, Sower Pipes, Lead and Iron Piping, Steam aud Wator Oaues. No. H west Second street, opposite Qelsel's giocery. HPl7dly MAY'SVILLE. ICY. p BATH R001V13 and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALL HADURS. "Work promptly ami satisfactorily done. Tonus reasonable, Front atreot, not ween Market and Sutton. apllOdly VyiHTEA OKT. 1 Wo will not bo undersold by any house In Kentucky oral Cincinnati, It wo have hall a chalice, nichaidly MAYSVJLLE, KY. HUNT. Mnnufacturer aud originator of tho celebrated brand of Silver Dollar, Win. Hunt's Dark Horse, Smoke, Thrpa Beauties, Cordwood and Gold Slugs. Second Street, Maysvlllo, Ky. YT Il.HA'I'HEWS tco Manufacturers nnd Dealers lu Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sush, Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, ifcc. mcniVlly MAYSVILLK, A'Y. w. LYxeii, Manulacturor of and Dealer In BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladles' and children's flno shoos n specialty. Custom work niado to order. Hopalilngueatty and promptly donont modoratooharges. No. 11 Market steett, East side. ally MAYSVILLE, KY'. y.txcEY a alexanii:k, Ofi KELIAKLE LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES. Vehicles ol all kinds, good stock and careful drivers. Horses kopt by tho day, or wook on reasonable terms. Second st., botweou Market and Limestone.