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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 3, 18SS.
7,503
Tho above number represents the circulation,
each week tt the Daily and Weekly
Bulletin. Advertisers are Invited to cnll
and assure tlieinsolvo o thn truth of the
(statement, ami ttiey are requested to bear lu
mind that our ra e.s tor advertising are thr
lowest.
TO WHOM IT MAY C'OXOEKX.
The attention of manufacturers about
ig their location and of those who are
n place hi which to establish themselves
1 1 called to the city of which oturs
t'io following advantage:
Low taxes.
Good water power at .low rates.
Cheap living which lnsuie.s labor at
wage.
Timber, Iron and coal near nt hniiil and at
reasonable prices.
Access to the great markets ol the country
by rail and river.
An attiactlve and healthful place of residence,
with cheap lents, chinches and good
public school.
For all further Information desired address
Thk Htm.nTiN.
A.vxouxcr..ni:vrs.
l'or JiiiIkpoI' the Court of Appeals.
We are authoilzed to nnnoiKico Hon.
RICHARD REtDa a candidate l'or Judge of
the Court ot Apjiealsto succeed Judge Tlios.
K. Hands In the First Appellate district of
Kentucky, subject to the action of the Democratic
party.
Wo are authorized to announce that Judge
HOUERT RIDDKLL. ol Estill county, l.s, a
candidate for Judge of the Court of appeal,
lu the First Appellate District of Kentucky,
subject to theactlnn of the Democratic party.
To day the pleasant summer vacation
comes to a close, and the whining
trudge unwillingly to school. As
they grow in years, however, they will
regret the lost or neglected opportunities
of their youth ; since among adults, it is
only the ignorant, the prejudiced, the
hopelessly stupid that despise the knowledge
and the mental discipline, that are
derived from books. In this enlightened
country, where a career is open to the
humblest, there is no assured success
without the culture of the schools ; and
the competitions of life are daily becoming
so close and sharp that the struggle
l'or existence is very desperate to all except
those who endowed with native
energy, are likewise armed with all the
resources of modern knowledge. Do
not despise books. They embody the
concentrated experience of the past.
Other things being equal, more can be
accomplished with book knowledge than
without it. But will it help us to make
money? Perhaps some pnigmalie.il village
Plutus will s iv " No "because, in
spite of his own defective education, he
has managed to heap together, by hard
plodding and cloe saving, a few thousands
of filthy lucie. But let us not forget
that the greatest money makers of
our time were carefully educated men.
Mr. A. T. Stewart, the famous " merchant
prince," to the latest hour of his
life, amused his leisure with the Latin
classics; and Jiy Gould, the most brilliant
and successful of American financiers,
found his evening recreation in
teaching the dead languages to his sons.
It is well known that the Rothschilds
are distinguished for their accomplishments
in the highest circles of European
social life.
It is too late in the day in this latter
hull of the 10th century to sneer ut the
" book lurnin." Make this
dead knowledge of the " b o!;s " live
(tijaln by your intelligent application of
it, and money will flow into your coffers
in inexhaustible Mreams. The petty
hoarder feels every day of his life that
his ignorance is a bar to his financial
success. Does ho wish to invest in mining
operations? He knows nothing of
the conditions which insure success in
an undertaking that must utilize the
latest discoveries of science an art. Does
ho wish to " realize " on an investment
in electric light? The same objections
will again arise. In fact, scarcely an industrial
enterprise can bo named which
does not demand at least a slight acquaintance
with the elements of physical
science modern chemistry, for example,
entering into industrial processes
of every sort, Irom the freezing of ice to
the baking of bread.
But a good deal of this expressed contempt
for "learning" is palpably affected.
The very old curmudgeon who
bo.tsts that ho made his little pile without
the assistance of the schools, is immensely
gratified when his own son carries oil' a
prizo at the village academy ; and, on the
strength of this modest success, is induced
to give his boy advantages of the
scholastic sort that disqualify him for
every practical vocation under the sun.
He convorts him into a conceited idler
and drono. The learning of tho schools ia
a useful helper to success, but it is not a
substitute forenorgy, industry, prudence
and native good sonso. Conjoined with
these qualities, however, it is simply invincible.
Give your boys an education
but teach thorn also to turn to a practical
account.
CUUNTY POINTS.
HILLSDALE, HKACKEN COUNTY.
Mrs. A'mah'da Wood Is slowly Improving.
Elder Nathan Callendar, of Pennsylvania,
preached In Bethesda church August i!6tn.
Quite a pleasant entartalumont was given
at Bethosda church on Ft Iday evening Aug.
30th, by Prof. J. F. Browne and bis elocution
class. The programme consisted of readings
and recitations.
School begau September 3rd. Miss Laura
Bishop teaches.
Tub information comes from Washington
tluit a startling and sensational development
will cotno to light regarding I
the methods producing the Star Kouto
verdict if nn investigation he had.
CITY I3?DaTW0LS.
Advertisements Inserted under this heading
10c per line (or each insertion. i
Suetimii'd presents are all useful.
Bulger's Contusion. Ten cents.
Trv Lanadon's City Butter Crackers.
Seeman's great entertainment
Mosquito bars ready-made and made
to older at Hunt & Doyle'-:.
School books, slates, pencils, pen, ink, i
at Han y Taylor's, 23 Market street. '
Ladies' and children's Jerseys, all
colors and sizes, at Hunt oc Doyle's.
Who will get the fine tea set, at
entertainment Thursday night. ,
o I
A good view of the execution can be
had from the hillside in the rear of the
jail. The "Confession" will be sold for
ten cents.
For the prompt and certain cure of.
erysipelas, use Ayer'sSarsaparilla, which
is the specific endorsed by the most emi
nent medical authorities.
Bulger's Confession
Will be for sale at all the news depots,
book stores, on all steamboats, trains ami :
bv carriers on the streets. Price ten
cents. I
Morrison & Kackley will cover all
school books free with Holden's patent
book cover, and give an interesting present
to all those buying their school books
of them. a30dlv
Malarial poiso.i cm be entirely removed
from the system, by the use of ,
Ayer's Ague Cure, which contains a sure J
specific, in the form of a vegetable pro-.
duct, used in no other remedy. ,
--
Kackley's Uiillery. (
Bring on the babies for thirty days, ;
and I will make all photos at the old'
price, by the celebrated dry-plate pro-'
cess as quick as lightning. The renowned
Prof. Gregory will assist as operator. '
aaOdlw"
Best Bargains of the Season.
On Tuesday, September 4th, untold ,
bargains will be given in wheat drills, l
wagons, buggies, phajtons and carriages. '
M VALI., RlI.KY &, PoitTUlt,
No. 7 Second, and IS Sutton sts., i
Maysville, Ky. j
Fresh Oysters. j
Fresrh Baltimore oysters of the best)
grades, and the finest of the season, just
received. As usual, my prices will be
as fair and reasonable as I can make
them. John Wiiuelek,
sepStf Market street.
Trips Extended.
During the low water the steamer G.
W. Thompson will extend her trips to
Portsmouth, leaving Maysville at 12:30
p. m. each day, and returning leaves
Portsmouth at midnight. For freight or
passage apply on board. a29dlv
Men's and boys' canvas button and
front lace shoes, cheap. Misses side lace,
75 cents. Ladies opera slippers, SI. Men's
sewed calf bals and congress gaiters,
London toe, S1.G0, and n large stock of
boots and shoes at prices to suit any one.
Call and investigate at
augldtf 0. S. Mixr.it & Bito's.
Don't fail to see Seeman's great
Electra."
Sewing JHucliino .Motors.
Tho ladies are invited to call and see
a sewing machine in operation, propelled
by water power, furnished by Todd's
motor. It is inexpensive and every
Judy should have one.
T. J. CurtusY,
a28d2v Second street, near Market.
Tha now Socman Combination
overyboby.
Thcro are tovcral reasons why the
Kquitablo life takes tho lead of all others
doing business in tho United States. One
reason is tho promptness with which
losses aro paid, tho society not taking
tho usual sixty to niuoty days time.
This is tho rule and not an exception.
Below is a sample. Any person desiiing
life insurance would do well to apply to
Jos. F. Brodrick, Agont, Maysville, Ky.:
Nkw Youk, July 31, 1883.
Mr. T. 11. rcnlon, (Jcneral AyeMDcar Sir :
Accept our than Ich for tho promptness with
wlilnh tlm Enultablo Llfo As.surauco Society
has paid to tho ostato, without rebate, tho
amount of Insurance upon tho llfo of Joseph
Keclcondorfor, Into or mis ciiy, sou.wu nniue
dlately on presentation of tho policies,
O. A, Goldsmith, Executor.
William stkauss, Executor.
WHEN YOU CO TO CINCINNATI, BE SURE AND VISIT
THE MAMMOTH ESTABLISHMENT
fl wm
Ll Wm
REMEMBER!
Fifth Street,
A.ie
ssLiiCa
HABLEY&GO
Opposite the Beautiful Fountain.
Tlie Iuiii'zz2t Dcnlers in
Ladies', Gents', Misses' and Children's SHOES.
.Ajsro CAPS.
""Men's Furnishings.---1
BTTheir Store is one of " tho Sights of tho City." Strangers are invited to make our store their headquarters.
Parcels taken care of and nice Toilet Itoonis for all.
G. R. MABLEY & CO., SIX STORES IN ONE,
Nos. 66, 68, 70, 72 74, 76 W. FIFTH Street,
oiisrciisJ"isrA.Tis orno.
New Advertisements.
DH. STRONG'S PILLS
TW Old, Well Tried, Wonderful Health Renewing
Remedies.
STUOXG'S S'.V.VATIVK PILES for the
Elver. A speedy euro for Liver Complaint.
KcisuintliiK tlie Howel, Purifying tlie Blood,
Cleaiinlng irnni Malarial Taint A inrf'cl
oiirc for Slclt llcniliicho, Constipation
mill ! i('sla.
hTKOXiV l'ECTOUAE PILLS In-tire
lieallliy uppttlte, good ifgulailtv
of the oowel. A sine remedy for Colds ai d
Rheumatism. A precious boon to dell-vat
c females, soothing and bructin: tlie nervous.
ytein, and i;lvln: vlnor and health to
eveiy tt ore of the body. Hold ly DiuimNts.
For nhntnphleis, etc., undress C. E. Hull Sc Co.
box boO, Oow VoiK city.
ielilentsotnny
Slate. J)peillon, No AdIce
and applications lor stamp. W. H. LEE,
Atfy. -: U' way, N. V.
send tor'our Llt
ol Local Nowsnapois. Geo. I. Howell ifc
Co.. in, Spinn'sticet., N. V.
EDUCATIONAL.
HANOVER ACADEMY,
VIRGINIA,
TAYLOUSV1LLEP. O.
!,. 1III.AKT I'.JOM.S v.x.
THE ANNUAL .SESSION
1) EG INS SEPTEMBER CO.
SPECIAL PROVISION FOR SMALL HOYS.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
MISS PARKE'S
Boarding Day School
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
rilHE department of Music Is In chaise of
JL MRS. It. ALBERT. Instructions will be
i veu on Piano, Oruan and Guitar.
MISS AMY N. PHISTER, assistant in tho
English department.
MlSi SALLIE IC. HALL, Primary Department.
MISS AMY N. PHISTER, Art Department.
Ciitnlomies can bo obtained of the Principal,
MM .1. R. Parke, corner of Fourtl,and Limestone
streets. au2SdAwtt
ENGLISH AND FRENCH SCHOOL
Foil YOUNG I.AD1KS.
TISS A. HARRISON, Temporary rooms I
XTX over cuapei oi mo iiuiMiaii uniucii.
(H)ons Moiiilny, H',:t, issa. Terms 530
SI", $30 and S00 nor year (payable quarterly In
advance). Fuel anil IncldentaN.oOc. per quarter.
A lltetMiy club will bo formed to meet
winter ovenhms. Private lu Literature
and History. Mis Harrison can be seen
at Mrs. James A. Johnson's lesldenco on
Thlul street. alOlind
STUART'S
FEMALE
opens lis annual Session Siil, 3,
1HM. IVisous having daughters to educate
will do woll to examine Its catalogue belore
selecting a school.
ADVANTAGEOUS FIRST-CLASS: LOCATION
HEALTHFUL; Tr.RMS MODERATE.
For catalogues addicts
W. II. NTUAKT. Principal,
Jy(ld&w2m ShelbyvUlo, Ky.
HZA ck- rtjbAJinjw
Centennial Wheat,
fifty bushels of this celebrated!
XUAVE on hand which I will sell at tho
lowing uites: on peck lor S2 ft), one bushel
lorSU UO, live bunhols at 58 uo por bushel, ton I
bushels at S7 50 per bushel, twenty bushels nt
S7 00 por bushel, or the whole lot of titty bushels
at JO 50 per bushol. This Is an Australian
wiicai nun lis yiciu in u viiuiuiu mm
Mai y land has boon from lllty to seventy bushels
por acre.
Orders lolt with ltlohardson & Russoll, corner
nt Market and Third streets, Mnysvllle,
or with tho uudoi'slgned, will be tilled. Solid
In your orders at ouco. ('. J. II ALL,
al7d&wtf Maysville, Ky.
CRAWFORD-HOUSE.
Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts.
o.
Lewis Vanden, Proprietor.
Bead and
In order to make room for an immonso stock of HE A.TING STOVES,
MANTELS and GRATES, required for our fall trade, wo will offer tho
following; COOK STOVES at prices which will convince tho most skeptic
that thoy will SAVE MONEY by giving us a call before purchasing.
o. 8 Omaha, coal or wood .Stove, worth
No. 7
No. s Charier,
No. 8 Leader,
No. 8 Favoilte,
No. 7 "
No. 7 Alligator
No. S
US? The above prices include all all tho trimmings usually given
with Stoves. Persons visiting the Fair are requested to call and examine
our stock. We have reduced prices in all departments and desire
tho public to boar in mind that wo WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. Call
and bo convinced that wo have tho most complete and CHEAPEST stock
of STOVES, TINWARE, &c, in Northeastern Kentucky.
13IEKBOWEK .Sc CO.,
No. 39, Market St., East side, (Tudor's old stand),
tsepSOd&w Maysville, Ky.
COME AT LAST! M
:Tho gieitest loluctlon ever known In the history oi:
Farm Wagons, Wheat Drills,
Cider Mills, Wire Fencing: Fan Mills, Ftc.,
But the most remarkable of all Is tho astouudlng LOW PRICE ol the GENUINE
COLUMBUS BUGGY,
Manufactured Expressly For Us
From the best material found In America, thus enabling us to warrant It equal to any made
In this or any other country. Large Invoices are now bolus received for tne Fair. All are
Invited to call and see tho work whether they desire to purchase or not.
MYALL, RILEY & PORTER,
No. 7, Socond, and 18, Sutton Sts.,
MAYSVILLE FAIR. '
CSTRARE attractions
Zij
tlie West iur
NGi?tf
nu27vl3tded
Remember T
S.V5 00 lor S30 00
30 00 for '.! 00
111 00 for...., na
30 00 for
so io for...., ) 00
L'i 00 lor..... 12-2 00
so oo lor...., 2.5 00
35 00 for .... 30 00
MAYSVILLE, KY.
in every department.-
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
19, 20, 21, 22, 1883.
PREMIUMS.
Running Races,
Bicycle Races,
Mule Races.
Tuesday, Wednesday,
September 18,
$6,000 IN
Trotting Races,
Foot Races,
Sack Races,
ON ALL AGi:.S AXI CLASSEN OF SHOW
$SOO ON FINEST B ACY, $00 ON TOBACCO.
50 ON $530 ON DBTJTXISR.
Othor articles in proportion. Tho management havo detormlued that it shall no longor
be said that this U not a fair of Interest to tne farmer, stock raiser and mechanic. They havo
added every attraction and bono tho people will seo the neceslty of sustaining tho enterprise'
EVERVUODV WILL UE ADMITTED AT HALF PRICE ON THE FIRS1' DAY. Write for
programmes. 3 "XTT. VCTflLTBOOXr, DE'rosicio.xi.t,
iT. 3D. IX23X3C033, Sooi'otary. 'yiMd&wtU

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