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8 L m V. ;. n J ' V : ' . ! ; " THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 28i 1883. OUR AGENTS. -The following persons nro the authorized agents or the Daily Bul i.etin nt tho places named. Contracts for BubcrIpt1ou or advertising mny bo made with them: BAItMS P. W. Hlltt. Shannon Win. Clary. Lewisiiuko W. T. Berry, Minkhva V. H. Hawes. Mt. Myers. Helena. U.M.Harrison. ' ' J. A Jackson. Okanokhuuo It. P. Tolle. Mt. Gii.ead J. S. Illtiilns. Tuckahoe. W. L. Holton. Toiii.Ksnoiio It. L. Gillespie.-Slack's P. O. M. V. Mor.m. Klizaville.W. H. Stewart. GKIIMAXTOWS UladOll A Bro. ' PamhoWs Stoke-S. T. Furrow. Mt. Caiimel T. A. Henderson. Pekn Leaf Harry Bimroyne Muiu'Hysville. W. T. Tomlln. M. Hawley. Washington Miss Anna Thomas. Johnson junction. Scruggs & Hro. HILL3HOKO. Itov. W. H. Barksdale. i6,992 The above number represonts the circular tlon, each week or the Daily and Weekly Bulletin. Advertisers nro Invited to call and assure themselves oi the truth of the statement, nud they are requested to hear In mind that our ra.es tor advertising are the lowest. The Now Orleans Board of Health report that there has not been a suspicious case of fever in that city this year. Tub citizens of Louisville held a meeting Wednesday, the object of which was to encourage the striking telegraph operators. Tub Howe Sowing Machine Company's works at Bridgeport, Conn., were destroyed by fire on the 26th inst. The loss amounts to $350,000. Insurance $275,000. The following shipments of coal were made from Pittsburg, Thursday. For Cincinnati: Nine barges, containing 1,124,000 bushels; for Louisville, one coal boat, thirty barges and one fuel, containing 415,000 bushels. A lady writes : "I have used Ayer's Sarsanarilla Jti.my faijiijv.for many, years, , and could' not keen house withoutUt. For tho relief of tho pains consequent upon female wo.tknes and irregularities, I uonsidei it without an equal." Even' bets are being made that C.ipt' "Webb, the English swimmer, was not drowned in the whirl-pools below Niagara Fulls as was reported the other day. A few believe ho escaped and is remaining in concealment to create excitement. The tiial of Polk, the defaulting urer of Tennessee, closed at Nashville, Thursday, the 20th inst. The jury found him guilty of embezzlement and fixed his punishment at confinement in tho penitentiary for twenty years uud the payment of a fine of $306,540.10. The fine covers the amount of his defalcation. If punishment was meted out to every defaulter as it has been to Polk, there would be fewer defaulters. A motion fqr a new trial has been made. Cincinnati is auout rid of tho smallpox. ( There is but ouo casd now reported ' and 'that is on a fair road to recovery. 'Since the diseaso made its appearance n year 'or so ago, there have, been 4.004 cases,-of which number 193 were colored and 3,811 white. Of those uluicted with this dbease tho number of American nativity was 714, Irish 37if 'Italian 3, Franch 9, unknown 80,' Germtin 2,000. Of those win) contracted tho disease under the age of ten, years 1,563 had not been ed uhd 667 had w " ',,.. warming is nuieua tame monotonous '.vocation, it in. What can fnrmdra; know of tho excitement of tramping all oveivu big city hunting for n $2 a week situation, the Joy of getting hold of a ihrtrl;et vegetable that is not halt withered, the blis of discovqrjng standiiiir room otr a Btroet car whoh it- rains, tho exhilaration of being carried! to a hospital' aftor being crushed in n crowd on some parade day, or any of the other ever-varying incidents of city life. No wonder the farmers' sons want' to come tf the city, where there is less monotony. v v1 ' Nrf , - ..,-. , Proclamation Against Infoottid Vessels. In pursuance of tho resolution of She Louisiana' Stato Board of Health, Gov ernor ItfcEnery issues a proclamation. directing mat an vessuis u.ow at mu quarantine Btntipu", in tho, I,i8sis3ippi river, infected with' yol!dw fover, bo movuu whuoui uuuuBHuryuiHy ly mo Mm. onnnftAn nlnnnclnv nn1 fiirv?rnttrttT dn further orders that all vessels' .from' the; porta oi vera uruz, mo uo Janeiro, xaa Havana, and Buch othor porta as 'fntiy1 become. infected with yellow fwtr. be prohibited irdra entorincf tlQAy,'aqf.pt the jMisferssipDi. river. The1, '.uaraii tine. ofllc6fsward. directed to enforce etnoUv, ' uxuuuuon ui mu Drouuimauuu. ",' naw PROBABLE POSTAGE STAMPS. :What May and May Nit bo Logal Post-aye Tender After October 1. ! Boston Herald, Though tho statement baa not been mode officially, there seoms to bo no doubt that after October 1, on which date tho regular 3 cent postage will bo reduced to 2 cents, there will be also an 'issue of 4-cent stamps. Several designs for it. it is said, have already been received by tho Department, none of which, however, was satisfactory. Mr. Adams, of the postage department ot the Boston office, has not been notified that there will bo a 4cont stump, but he is satisfied that there will bo an issue of tliat denomination to meet the requirement of double postngo, fulfilling the functions that tho 0-cent stamp nerTortua now. There will very likely bo a now stamp,'and it is said that its color will bo green or fawn. A stamp would bo used to pay double postage on letters. The inferonco to bo drawn, say tho Boston officials, is that tho stamp will find a salo equal to that of the 6-cent stump. During the last quarter tho number of stamps sold at the Boston office was 4,350,000, and the number of 0-cent stamps 120,000. The 5-cent stamp is used mostly on English and foreign letters, and 170,060 were sold during the samo period. Of stamps, 85,000 were sold, of 15-cent stamp 13,000, of 30-cent o.OOO, and of 90-cent only 200. Tho number of 1-cent postages dispensed was 3.400,050 for the quarter, and the number of 2-cent stamps 2,350,000. The belief hero is that after October 1 tho 3-cent Btamp will be called in, and. as 6-cent stamps are used to a very limited extent outside of double postage, there will practically bo no further use for them, and they will therefore lie abolished also. Stamps of tho larger denominations are used almost entirely on parcels. Taking the salesof the quarter alluded to as a basis the savingto people in Boston who buy stamps after October 1 will amount to upward of $200,000. A Lawyer Caught. Arkansaw Traveler. Old Gabe, who was admitted to the bar some time ago, and who stunned his colored contemporaries by his vast array of patent office books, was recently employed to defend a man arrigned on a charge of stealing a saddle When the ebon-hued orator arose in aigument, the court room was crowded with colored people, who had come from a neighboring church to hear their "git up an' talk like or white man." "May it agree wid dis court, an' de hgent men what 'poses de jury system on dis occasion. I would like tor make use ob er few exclations why dis innocent gen'leman shouldn't be 'victed ob de charge what ignorance an' jealousness bab fotch ngin him, an' it prubes ter what oxtent in dis free country takes lib erties wid anoder man's natrip. Dat man is do innocentest man in dis 'town, nn' I wouldn't bcliobe dat he stole de saddle, ebon of- I eccd , him do .it. Dat man couldh t steal, 01 no wuster try. He is so hones'' dat on one occasion, when he foun' a bottle er whisky, ho wouldn't take a drink till he fon do owner, nn' axed hia permission. Now, Jedge, it's courtesy fer a lawyer to do ebetythinv iu his power to sivo his client, oiii't it?" ' Yes," replied the Judge. " Wall, dat's whiit I'se gwine ter do. I'sp gwine ter pube 'clusively dat djs pd', hones' man didn't steal dat saddle : fur I'se gwine "ter make a statement what'll open de eves ob ais court. 1 ain't de kine ob a man, ter Stan' by an' see a man suffer in my place. X stole dat Saddle myself. De' prisoner at tho bar was' at homo alseep when I stole de saddle an' tuck it tor his house. I tuck, it nt fust wid do intention ob keepin' it, but 'bout dti time, I arriv' nt his houe. I got an' put de saddle in such a' position dat de crime would be laid on him." " If that is the case," Baid tho Judge. 'the man must be liberated. Prisoner vdu are free." "Thank yer. Jodke," exclaimed tho, delighted lawyer. as the prisdner left the courtroom, "J'so a lawyer, .myse'fan' I will take de pleasure ob sayiu' right heatij Heretofore nil' T)uck wid dar 'torsional frieh'fthius. can 'comerforwa'rd:now'an,,Bin;rae dar hah'sj 'caHj Pse prubed ;nyef deekel ob de occasion. I has cleared my man. Talk to me'boutde'law." "Are Vou ready to go?'' asked an officer, who, after consultation with the Judee, approached tho.lawyer. " Whar does I wanter go ?" "To jail. You are a prisoner." "What sbrtqr prisoner?' - , "A saddle thief solJconvicted, Youjll zo to jail until yourseutencelmb'eeij pronounced." , ' " ' " Look nheah, Jedge, how's dis?" Yon'aro convicted of Bleating' $ d-. ,dle, jmd.of .-course mast go to 'pT'Uwf,1' " t'diaristWr jxti:&4?$mti trick ob mine tor cl&r nW man. VTYod said dat a lawyer ough'tor do eborytliintr in his power fur' his client, an' I didn't see no uuuer cnance.; " Yes, and it was a trick, that will send you to the penitentiary, Go whh tho otticer." "I'llbe dinged of lunderptan'e.dis henh isort nracticin' law. Men can't clear a fcliorit iri dis county widout goftin' hisse'f in iiuuuiu. iti kiiii iiiivu mum. uiv uceiiHQ ef yer want 'om." '',Cohio on," demanded the ofiicon VDia beats anythirig I eber seed,"1 ho said ns he accompanied tho officer. i,1t wouldn't practice law in dis State doan pull me dat way ef yer d make do Gtib ner black my bwota. 'Pears' to rnj dat somebody has "acted, -de fopl, an' dinged ef I doan'b'eUovelt'was iriyso'f." ' Mn.,A, Wi Nathans, ofjrjprlda, the only DuuHiHra man inai evor run p ojruus. -wan in wic city yoHieruay, iu aiieuiiBnee at in iMQr gaii ununion., lie ma HMM unci i. - -. aereoabld' C. .1 . . . ganutw an,;Ri)(l hte jiUHrenutHuo MLOl BWI ytnrt,. && i. ufau m mi fl 11 V 3Sft'U5' a, Mt,terlA Ml. Oitrllsle. BUh.aud.JParli UrWTvf.""7f"1 fi.yK Horlnt, if BhA, t J W 'NATHAif, &,Co'B,,gyiHdatd fijiows and Dockrill 's FrenqUl,OircuB wlU in this city .AugusT 4th. Remember the date. " .l I 4yH 46' BUSINESS HOUSES. V The following are amoaB the leading Business EstnbllshmentH of Maysvllle. will find these houses reliable and occupying a commanding position In their respective lines. A O. BKOWMXO, M. D., PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON. Offlco and residence- south-east corner of Third nud Sutton streets. Will plve special atteuttou to diseases peculiar to females. aplHdly MAYSVILLE. A FINCH A CoTi DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Oor. Third and Sutton Streets, inch3()ly MAY8V1LLE, KY. A 91. ItOGKHS, DEALEIl -IN Boots, Shoos, Hats and Caps. 41 E. Sec. St. nichaoiy MAYSVJLLE, KY, A KOKKIKSitSOX, Locksmiths Are prepared to put up Electric Houo Bells which are not exposed In the room Ml;o the old style. Prices low. Call and see samples. SecondStreet, myU MAYSVILLE, ICY. A IJOXAA'S BOOT km SHOE ST0EE. Custom work a specialty. Large stock. All kind at lowest prices. No. 47, Market stree , two doors below D. A. lllchnrdftou & Co.'s gincery. ald&wly MAYSVILLE, ICY. "OlTItGKSS A NOI.IX, Dealers In Staple and Fancy ID-JEST No. 3. Enterprise Block. Second Street. apUdly MAYSVILLE, ICY. r AMMOX, 'PHOTOGRAPHER, Second street, noxt door to Dr. Martin's apICdly MAYSVILLE. KY. p noiiEitr dawso.v & co.. :Dealeis In: CIGARS and CONFECTIONERY. ICECREAM A SPECIALTY. FRESH ROLLS AND CAKES EVERY DAY. Second Street, EAST MAYSVILLE. p S. MIXER de HRO, Dealers lu Boots, Shoes, Leather And JFTimiXGS, No. 1, Seeoud, cor. Sutton streets. ' lUChSldly MAYSVILLE, KY. TK. T. II. . SMITH, DENTIST, Will devote his whole time to the preservation of the natural teeth. Dr. C. W. Wardle will take charsool all the mechanical work, such us koUI, stlver.coutluuousgum, celluloid audrubbrplntey... 4 T POXEIV Os AliLEX, STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, mantels, etc. Sole aRents for the celebrated Omuha nud Leader stoves. Roofing nud promptly and satisfactorily done. Corner ot Mm ke( iuid Third atieets, A. R. Glascock's, old stand.,, npllOdlw pitAXK EVIXE, Aiiuufacturer of T Proprietor ofjthe celebrated brands: Hold the Fort, ParlortQueen and Mother Hubbard. Best cigars market;' Full variety of smokers' article. ceud street, f'ally .MAYSVILLE. KY. r H. TKAXSL, BAKER AND OONPEOTIONER. lea cream parlors open for the season. Absolutely pure Audles. Fresh bread of all kinds.. FurlsWa weddings and parties a specialty. ,Prl4M Jew. tuay4dty p 'M. w'n.Lii: Contrtotqr and Builder. Plan and i pacifications furnished and all wort promptly aud satisfactorily .done. Shop on seeondi street, opposite Hluh school. ,' apWiy ' " MAYSVILLE, KY. pEOKGE HiXEISER, in: GROCERIES, Pineapple Hami, Home-made Yeast Cakes. may30dly SECOND STREET. G- s. juoj; 'K Real TUt$mn Collecting Agency, Court St., (apJSkllY) . MAYSVILLE. KY. ' .A?-" .-" "T" V ' ' X ;.ria.'CX x. Dealers m Staple and Faucy ," SEVO ND STREET. ' T.. ,. .,,r ,t, .. ;iuch311y 'j luAinvinuc, ivi. j"PT,t !'"' TJ.T RUESOX, ' Dealer n Staple and Fancy Has RBMOV.EDrom his old stand to the building oii S6QHd street lately occupied by CharlosTH, Frftft aplOdly H tiM'r imkijE, '.L.vtr -Every .ew shade GOODS, Crushed Strawb y, Electric Blue, Egyptian etc., aim new niu4 io inaicn. y iMAxavxijUti, kx. ,inyj. Slp.WfoisH Market. TllV! ;ke aadlwlt wator fish. Prices re- dticed jFlWdyjtetand 10 cents n. nouud. Markejr, i V&I8 MAYSVILLE, ICY". JTOXITM..t4 XZ.JTR., INSU OE AGENT. Companies. Insures for full vslws.iLo wum Losses nromntlv. nald JNo dh HMi'HaHl ays. utneo corner Third fMid iiiti aplOdly ' ..i'-JB. m 1 AS. U. HAIiLRK, OLARKNCB L. SALLKX Bailee A Bailee, ATTORNETN AT LAW INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Court Street, (seplBdly) MAYSVILLE, KY T niiAKEUOHUCOII, THE BOSS WALTHAM WATOH STORE: Headquurtors for Clocks, Silver Goods, Jewelry etc All work promptly. aud done. Second St., East ot Market. apl7 T W.srAIlKS DRO., Jfo. 24, MARKET STREET. NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS mi. ' and Window Shades. Good Carpets at 30, J5, 40, 43, 50, W, 05, 70, 75. and 90 cts., 81.00 an I Sl.25 per yard. mcu31dly IA.UKS .tCAKK, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Sale and Feed Stables Street Hack brdeis promptly attended to at all times. Finest and latest style Turnouts. Hoi sun bouijlit and sold on Commission. Mar. ketSt. four doors below Central Hotel. a!2i TIIX T. FLEMING. INSURANCE AGENCY. Itopre.entH the Loudon and Liverpool and Globe. German American, of New York, nud Phentx, ot Brooklyn. Also aent lor Blue Lick Water. Olllce corner of Kiout and Sutton stteets. ' apH7dly T '. KYAX. V Manufacturer uud dealer In hand, pocket and pencil j STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS, Dates Ac. Guns, Pistols, Trunks, Valises nud Sewing Machines repalied. Trumpets put up bells hung, nud keys made to order, stencil cuttlug a specialty. SecoudSt., apl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. I T ACOU JLINN. BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. j Ice cream and soda water. Fresh bread and cakes. Parties and weddlugs 'furnished ou short notice. &j Second st.. may3dly MAYSVILLE, KY. T W.UALURAITil, ATTORXEY AT I. AW, Rcuf Estate nud Collecting: Agency. Third street, near Court house, myluly MAYSVILLE. KY. jT AXE A WOKHICH, Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans and specifications furnished an reasonable terms and all work satisfactorily aud piomptlv done. Olllce on Third street, Wall and Sutton. apllldly ATOUKINOX A KACKI.EY. Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, (mh'iSly) MAYSVILLE, KY. YJINS LOU POWLlXG, FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Latestsprlng styles of Hats. Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers and Millinery Goods generally, Entire satisfaction suarauieed iu all cases. Secoud.'opposlteQperaiHowijMmBllyTW VI-RS. F, M. COLLINS, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Hits, Bon nets, Laces and Millinery Notions. Prlceslow. Second street, Mrs. George Burrows' old stand. npllfldly M CDOUULE t IIOLXON, 5,000 STANDARD PRINTS at5 cents Job lot ofseasonnblegoodsjust receive!, Prlnl, Lawns, Glughams, Parasols and Fans ut bottom pi Ices. apl.Mly vriSS MATTIE CAUK, Second street, January's Block, Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc, of the latest styles. Prices Low. tuch3ldly M F, MARSH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Justice of the Fence, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. Will udvertlse and sell real estate. No charges whatever uuless a sale Is consummated. Deeds, mortgages tc. written a rates as low as any one's. Olllce Llbiary Building, Sutton street, TtT DAVIS, FCRXISHIXG GOODS mid OLOTHI1TG, Hnts. Caps, Trunks and Vnllses. The latest spring stylesjust received. Market St., apKklly MAYSVILLE, KY". ATRS. A. J. WILLIAMS. OABPETS, Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will bo sold CHEAP for the next thirty days, Call aud see thorn. mchSOly iV'o. 29, East Second Street. A fRS. M.ARCHDEACOX, (Formerly Miss Maggie Rasp,) FASHIONABLE MILLINER. has Just received a full supply of all of the latest styles lu Millinery Goods. Hats, Bonnets. Laces. Trimmings and all seasonable novelties. The ladles are luvlted to call. Market street, nl3ly MAYSVILLE. RS. MARY E. THOMAS, M Dealer In Millinery and Notions, Announces that she has Jnst received her spring stock, which will be found very attractive and that she has also secured the services of an accomplished trimmer from Cincinnati. One price only. 13 E. Second St., aOdly MAYSVILLE, KY. it rosi; daultox a lino,, GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full lino of nil kinds of vehicles ou hand for sale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by day, week or month. Largest aud best appointed Livery Stable In the west. Prices as low as auy. Best atteuttou to vehicles stoied. Telephone connection. No. 40 and 42 west SeqoudSt., ap!7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. rvH'EXS fc BAKKLEY, Nos.G7and 60 Second and 10 Sutton streets, have Just received a larjo stock of Improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, the greatest labor-saving Implement ever offered to farmers. The best tobacco hoes aud tobacco baru hardware of all kinds. apU6 i Ml' r . VEW FIRM. BISSET, McCLANAHAN t SHEA, (Successors to Cooper 4 Blsset, Denier fa Ntovcti, RnngeM, Mnrblclaed Mantol,nnd mnnnfnotRrerK ofTlH, Copper Ht Sheet Iron Ware. Special nttontlon paid to tlu rootling, gutter and spouting. Practical plumbers, gas aud steam titters. Wrought iron and lead pipes, Ac All work attended to promptly and warranted. 23 E. Seeoud St., a9dly MAYSVIL.LE, KY. pACJL, . ANDERSON, I Of DENTIST, A'o. 21 Mttrkct St. , nearly opp. Central Hotel, Office Open at all Hours. MATS VILLE, KY tu iyl3ly.d. Q A, MEANS, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full line of Burial Robes aud njFnrtinleB by the undertaking trade. Ordera piomptly ntteuded to dny or night. i301y Xo. 01, East Second Street, s, hlJlON, Dealer In QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Glass. Cutlery, Notions, etc No. 45 Market Street. East side, botween Second and Third, "'Jldliui MAYSVILLE, KY. O J.DAUGIIERTY, No. 0, West Second Street. IVTAlctBLE YARD. Monuments, Tablets and Headstones Orders by mall will receive the same prompt nttontlon us if delivered lu I'd sou. npl3dly tf 11. OLDHAM, 'PLUMBER, Sanltnry Engineer. Gas and Steam-fitter. Dealer In plumber's goods, Pumps, Hose, Sewer Pipes, Lead and Iron Piping, Steam and Water Gauges. No. 8 west Second sheet, opposite Gelsel's grocery, apl'dly MAYSVILLE, KY. " rp F. KIEF, BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALL HOURS. . Work promptly and satisfactorily dono. Tetras reasonable. .Front street, be'weou Market aud Suttou. . apllOdly WILLIAM I1UXT. Manufacturer and orlgiuator of the cele brated brands of 0:TGhA.K,S, Silver Dollar, Wm. Hunt's Dark Horse, Happy Smoke, Three Beauties, Cordwood aud Gold Slugs. Second Street, Maysvllle, ICy. YirMITE Jfc OUT. PURNITtrHB. We will not be undersold by any house iu Kentucky or at Clucl.iuati, 11 we have half a chance iuch31dly MAYSVILLE, KY. r B. MATHEWS Ot CO., Manufacturers and Dealers lu Building, and Dressed Lumber, Laths, Shlugles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash, Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hoasheads. Ac. nicuSuly MAYSVILLE, KY. VI r W. LYNCH, Manunctuier of and Dealer in l BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladles' and children's flue shoos a specialty Custom work made to order. Repairing ueatly aud promptly done at modeintecharses. No. 41 Market steetMEast side. a41y MAYSVILLE, KY yAXCEY A-ALEXANDER, OLD RELIABLE LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES. Vehicles of all kinds, good stock and enreful drivers. Horses kept by the day, or week on reasonable terms. Seeoud St., between Market aud Limestone. Windhorst & Blum, FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS, Have received their Summer Stock of Imported and Domestic Goods of the latest styles, prices reasonable and work the best. 'au'Jly I am prepared to paint Buggies and Furniture of all kinds on more reasonable terms than any other painter lu the cltv will offer. I guarantee my work to bo tltst class. Leave orders at Ball, Mitchell & Co.'s. KVnUGGIES FAINTED FOR Jyld3m C. H. DEAL. C B. A. HARDWARE and IRON. Before INSURING YOUR LIFE EXAMINE THE- TONTINE Savings Fund Elan -OF THE- equitable Ijfe Assurance ocietyT Instead of investing lu stocks, bonds or other securities or depostttug u Sayings Ranks EXAMINE THIS PLAN ft of insurance, which uot only ylolds a return as nu Investment, but gives lmmedlato Indemnity lu case of death. Assets $48,000,000- J03. F. BRiODRXCK, Second Street, MAYSVILLE, KY.