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pTHE PAILY J1UL1XJ.N.
irhttnAY EVENING. SEPT. 24, 1883.
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ThoabOTO number represents the circulation,
each week of the Dailt and Wmsklt
BUMiKTIK. Advortlsors are Invited to call
and assure tUemsolve ot the truth of the
BUteraont, uud they are requested to hoar In
mind that our ra es Tor advertising aro th
OUR following persons
aratuooutfrorfzwl agents fertile Daily Dci,
letin nt the places named, Contracts for
subscription or advertising may bo made
shannon Wm. Clary.
JlINKitVA V. H. Hawes.
Helkna. R. M. Harrison.
MAY8MCK J. A. Jnoksou.
OKANOKUOna R. P. Tolle.
Mt. S. Iilgglns.
TtJCKAHOE. W. L. HoltOll.
ToiiLEsnouo R. L. Gillespie.
SLACK'S P. O. M. V. Moran.
ELlZAViMiE. W. H. Stewart.
Gekmantown Rlgdon & Uro.
FAnnow's T. Farrow.
Mt. Oaumkl T. A. Henderson.
Fkiw Leaf Harry Durgoyne
Mukpiiy8Vim.k. W. T. Tomlln.
FoastAN'8 Sntutas. J M. Hawley.
"Washington MUq Anna Thoinun.
JonNsoN Junction. Scruggs J: Rro.
HitLSBono. Rev. W. H. UarkMtale.
TO WHOM IT 31AY CONVERX.
Tbo attention of manufacturers about moving
their location aud of those who are seeking
a placo In which to establish themselves
Is called to tho city of Maysvlllo which offers
the following advantages :
Good water powor at low rates.
Cheap living which Insures labor at reasonable
Timber, Iron aud coal near at hand and at
Access to tho great markets of the country
by rail aud river.
An attractive aud healthful place of residence,
with cheap rents, churches aud good
For all further Information desired address
Lexington dudes wear knee breeches.
Tiicmywere 188 business failures in the
United States last week.
A moxbmest to Zaclmrv Tavlor was
unveiled at Louisville, Ky., on the 20th.
The demand for the new two-cent
stamp is greater than the contractor can
The Democratic caucuses in Boston
have elected delegates favorable to Gen.
Posthaste it General Ghesiiam has
started on an inspection tour of the prin
Goveknou Knott has declined to com
mute tho sentence of Ellis Craft to im
prisonment for life.
The Secretary of tho Treasury issued
the 322d call for bonds, the amount involved
The Spanish Government is apprehensive
of a general revolt during the
absence of King Alfonso.
It is promised by the builders of the
now Guion steamship Oregon that she
will cross the Atlantic in five davs.
Secretaries Lincoln and Chandler
have decided not to send an expedition
to the relief of Lieutenant Greely this
Father Ryan says free schools were
first established in Ireland, and then in
Italy and France, although Now England
claimed that honor.
A Boston editor has discovered that a
tin pan hung carelessly to a bedroom
door is as good a burglar alarm as the
genius of man has yet invented.
The Democrats of New York place
their majority in that Stato in November
at fifty thousand. The factions in
tho city of Now York will bo harmonized.
It. G. Dunn & Co. report trade in a
prosperous condition. If less in volume,
it is on a more- satisfactory basis than a
year ago. There is a largo abdorption of
goods in the chief jobbing centers. In
dry goods thoro is unusual activity.
TiiEp.uont Commissioner has decided
that an application for a patent Will not
bo regarded as abandoned for tho reason
that it has been involved for years In an
interference which no action has been
taken. Ho also decided that an inventor
can not includo in a second patent matter
which is described in a former patent
granted to himsolf.
Special Agent Evans, who was sent
by tho Treasury Department to inquire
into tho reported smuggling of Chinese
into Washington Torritory from British
Columbia, states that in his "opinion tho
reports aro exaggerated. Ho admits that
tho lumbermen in that eectibn employ a
largo numbor of Chinamen, and aro
Willing to take all they can got without
"Anting to know whence they come.
John Guy Vassar, of
has made u gift of $25,000 more to
Tho oldest member of tho Legion of
Honor, Pierre Jean, died lately, ngrtl 04
years. Ho was in tho retreat irom Moscow
and at Waterloo.
Tho man who painted tho spiro of the
Roman Catholic Church in Omaha was
photographed Btanding on tho cross 210
teet above tho pavement.
The most satisfactory .event which baa
for a long time occurred in Dublin was
tho horse show last month. Its success
culminated in four days of perfect weather.
In admiration of horseflesh all parties
met amicably on common ground.
A butcher says that the housekeeper
who asks for white veal encourages law-breaking
aud buys poor meat. The
whitoness is duo simply to tho loes of
blood, tho animal bavins? beon blod
hours before it was slaughtered.
Tho farmers do tho bleeding because
tho meat commands a better price.
Tho people of Nowburg, on tho Hudson,
aro preparing for an elaborate celebration
in October next of tho centennial of tho
closing events of the Revolutionary war,
including tho proclamation of peace, the
final disbandment of the American army
and, incidentally, Washington's reply to
tno iamous newourg loner, uoiug virtually
tho rejection of a crown.
Peoria has only forty thousand inhabitants,
but there is one respect in which
it is tho biggest city in the land. There
is no other from which tho government
receives so largo an internal revenue.
Thirteen immenso distilleries make this
tho center of whisky manufacture. Tho
tax is ninety cents a gallon. Tho largest
distillery is under contract to soud ovory
drop of its product to Franco, to bo used
in tho native wines of that vine-clad
John Bright has not touched wine or
spirits for ten years, and finds his health
improved and power to work increased
by this abstinence. Froudo has taken
wine and smoked moderately all his life.
The real question, ho thinks, is not
whether work can bo best done immediately
after taking stimulations, but
whether stimulants taking in non-working
or after working hours do not make
us moro able to exert ourselves at tho
proper time. Canon Farrar has made
a total abstinenco for six years. Wilkio
Collins drinks chiefly champagne, and is
a glutton of tobacco.
On the day before the reception tendered
her at St. George's, Bermuda, tho
Princess Louise went on a sketching expedition
along the shore, all alone, and,
after a time becoming thirsty, went for a
drink to tho cottage of a negro fisherman.
No one was there but "auntie,"
and she was busv as could ho ironing a
shirt for her ,,ole man" to wear at tho
reception. Tho Princess asked for a
drink. " I'se no timo to bodder getting
water fo' you," was the reply; "I'se
fea'ful busv for I'se bound to see do
Queen's chile to-morrow." " But if
you'll uet me a drink, I'll iron while you
do so," said the thirsty Princess. Tho
offer was accepted, the Princess finished
the shirt and got her drink, and then revealed
her identity. "Fo' do Lo'd
honey 1" exclaimed "auntie," when sh
recovered from her surprise. " ole man
no ono else ever wear dat shirt again,
nohow 1 "
A correspondent writes from St. Petersburg
: " Tho larger and more important
hotels here could be converted into prisons
in an hour. Some, even to the very
doors, 6eom hewn out of solid stone.
Nobody thinks of laying carpet on 'grand
staircases.' You walk on granite. Long
and b.idly lighted corridors le.id to rows
of rooms'in which there in an abundance
of furniture, but where the high ceiliim,
waxed floor and something not easily described
in the appearance of the walls
and the general arrangement leave a
sense of frigidity, on the hottest day.
Strong aro the staircases, gloomy the corridors
; but most susgestive of all, perhaps,
is the man who sometimes precedes,
sometimes follows you, rattling his
keys. The serious phase of hotel life in
St. Petersburg, however, is the drainage.
Tho science ol hypieno is in its infancy,
and I have been witnessof arrangements
in some of the grands which in England
would bo considered disgraceful in a
common lodging house.
He Carried the Last Confederate Flag.
" Talk about my war record," said an
Arkansas orator "at a political meeting.
" My war record is a part of the State's
history. Why, gentlemen, I carried the
last Confederate fl.ig through this town."
" Yes, replied a bystander, " for I was
here at tho time."
" Thank yon for your fortunate recollection,"
gratefully exclaimed the orator.
'' It is pleasant to know that there still
livo some men who move aside envy and
testify to tho courane of their fellow beings.
As I say, gentlemen, my war record
is a part of the State's history, for the
gentleman hero will tell you that I earned
tho last Confederate flag through
" That's a fact," said the man who had
witnessed tho performance. " Ho carried
tho last Confederate flag through
this town, and ho carried it so blamed
fast you couldn't have told whether it was
a Union-jack or a small-pox warning !" '
For ami About Women.
MUs Mildred Leo, a daughter of Gen.
Robert E. Lee, is viniting friends in Boston..
A young lady in Germantown, Pa.,
named Mary Alice Seymour, is writing
reminiscences of tho Count do
whom sho often saw.
Miss Maud Banks, daughter of Gen. N.
P. Banks, who has been studying elocution
in Paris, will givo public readings
and recitations this winter.
Tho first of tho many tokens received
by Mrs. " Stonewall " Jackson and her
daughter during thoir stay in Boston
was a superb basket of roses, " with tho
compliments of a few members of tho
Grand Army of tho Republic."
Mrs. Hanning, tho only surviving sis-
tor ot Mr. Carlvle, has peremptorily re-
fusrd to permit tho publication of a largo
collection of her brother's letters which
sho possesses. Mrs. Hanning has been
settled in Canada for about forty years
Tho Maysvillo Bulletin has beon enlarged
to a six column paper, and is one
of tho handsomest dailies in tho State.
IT i DOY LLj
A largo proportion of tho diseases which causo
human suffering result from derangement of tho
stomach, bowels, and liver. Area's Gathaiitio
Pills act directly upon these organs, and aro
especially designed to euro tho diseases caused
by their derangement, Including Constipation,
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Ileadacho, Dysentery,
nnd a host of other ailments, for all of
which they aro a safe, sure, prompt, and pleasant
remedy. Tho extensive use of theso Pills by
eminent physicians iu regular practice, shows
unmistukably tho estimation in which they aro
held by tho medical profession.
These Pills are compounded of vegotablo substances
only, and are absolutely free from calomel
or any other Injurious Ingredient.
A Sufferer from Ilcmluclio writes t
"Ayer's Pills aro Invaluablo to me, and aro
my constant companion. 1 lmvo been n severo
sutrerer from Headache, nnd your Pills aro tho
only thing I could look to for relief. Ono doso
will quickly move my bowels and froo my head
from pain. They aro tho most oifectivo aud the
easiest physio I lmvo ever found. It Is a pleasuro
to me to speak in their praise, nud I always do so
when occasion olTcrs.
W. L. Paoe. of W. L. Pago & Bro."
Franklin St., IUchmond, Va., Juno 3, 1882.
" I lmvo used Ayer's Pills In numberless In.
stances as recommended by you. and have never
known them to fall to 'accomplish tho desired result.
Wo constantly keep them on baud nt our
home, nud prize them as a pleasant, safo, nud
reliablo family medlcluo. FOIt DYSPLTSIA
they are invaluablo. J. T. Hayes."
Jlexla, Toxas, Juno 17, 18S2.
Tho Rev. Francis II. IIarlowe, writing from
Atlanta, Oa says: " For some years past I lmvo
been subject to constipation, from which, in
spite of tlio use of medicines of various kinds,
I suttered increasing lnconveulenco, until some
months ago I begnn taking Ayer's Pills. They
lmvo ontlrely corroded tho costive habit, aud
have vastly improvod my general health."
Ayer's OATnARTio Pills correct Irregularities
of tho bowels, stimulate tho nppotito nud
digestion, and by their prompt nnd thorough
action glvo tono and vigor to the whole physical
Dp. J, C. Ayer &. Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
YOUNG, All experience tho wonderful beneficial
OUlldron with Sore Eyes, Sore Ears,
or any scrofulous or sypbllltlo taint,
may bo made healthy and strong by its use
Sold by all Druggists; $1, six bottles for $5.
Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts.
Lkvs Vasdkn, Proprietor,
To Tho Cincinnati Exposition SHOULD NOT PAIL To Seo
The Mammoth. Establishment
O. Jtv, JjflLAHi i Pi x 6c CJO.?
Fifth. Street, Opposite the Fountain.
BSyPeoplo living within a hundred miles of our store oan SAVE THEIR RAILROAD PARE to Cincinnati
by buying a suit of Clothing or an Overcoat from us when in tho city.
OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST IN THE WORLD.
ST Our Mammoth Storos have SIXTY-SIX THOUSAND SQUARE FEET OP FLOOR ROOM Groaning
bonoath tho weight of
DOLLARS' WORTH OF STOCK
wo Retail at regular WHOLESALE PRICES.
Boys" and Children's
Ladies', Misses', Men's and Boys' Boots and Shoes, Men's, Boys'
and Children's Hats, Men's and Boys' Furnishing Goods.
JGSTEvery artiolo or garment sold by us is WARRANTED to be LOWER IN PRICE than samo quality
and make oan bo bought elsowhore.
Tlie MAMMOTS CZOTJIIJERS, JECATTJLUS
Fifth Street, Opposite the Fountain,
M 1 1
In order to make room for an immense stock of
HEATING STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS,
required for our fall trade, we will offer the following COOK STOVES at prices
whioh will convince the most skeptic that they will SAVE MONEY by giving
us a call before purchasing.
No. 8 Omnha, coal or wood Stove, worth 835 00 for S30 00
No. 7 " " " " " 3U00for 2100
No. 8 Churter, " " " 40 00 for 32 00
No. 8 Lender, " " 30 00 for 22 00
No. 8 Favorite, " " " " 30 on for 20 00
No. 7 " " " " " 23 00 for 22 00
No. 7 Alligator " " " " 30 00 lor 25 00
No. 8 " " " " " 35 00 for 30 00
The above prices inoludo all all the trimmings usually given with
Stoves. Persons visiting tho Fair aro requested to oall and examine our stock.
Wo 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. BIKKBOWEB Ac CO.,
No. 39, Market St., East side, (Tudor's old stand),
tfepSOd&w Maysvillo, Ky.
Dft. STROPS FILLS
ThS Old, Well Tried, Wonderful Health
STRONG'S KANATIVK I'IM.S for llio
Liver. A speedy cure for Liver Coinplulut.
Begulatlng the Bowel, Purifying the Blood,
Cleansing irom Malarial Tulut. A perfect
cure for Nick llemluclie, Constipation
anil !. ttpenhlrt.
STHONU'rt PErroilAIi PILLS Insure
heiUtliy appetite, goou digestion, regularity
of the bowels. A sum remedy for Colds aud
Hbeumatlsm. A precious boon o deli-onto
fcmiilcH, southing und bracing the nervous
system, and giving vior and health to
every fibre of the body. Bold by Druggists.
For pharaphiets etc., address C. E. Hull & Co.
box 050, Oow York city.
nuhllcltv: residents ot any
U Stato. Desertion. Non-Support. Advice
jd applications for stamp. W. H. LEE,
tt'y, 230 B'way, N. Y.
send for our Select List
of Local Newspapers. Geo. P. Howell &
Co., 10, Spruce street., N. Y.
TAYLORSV1LLE P. O.
COL. HILARY Pi JUNKS .H. A.
THE ANNUAL SESSION
BEGINS SEPfEMBER 20.
SPECIAL PROVISION FOR SMALL BOYS.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
A, e, GLASCOCK I CO I!
Is the best place to get bargnlus In
JgTTTllI I ill TnTTiTT"r; 1 irn i
14,608 Boxes sold lu a yoar by ONE
A r Tllrertlv on tlie Liver.
Cum Ciulm and Fever, DYsrErsi,,
Sick Hkadache, Uh.:ous Colic,
OV THK llKAUT, DlZZIKUSH. TOHVID LlVKH,
Coated Tonouk, Slkri'Lemnsss, and all
DlSKASKHOK TUB LlVKR AND STOMACH. If
you ilo not'Teol very well." a single pill at
beiMlmo stimulates the stomach, restores
the appetite, imparts Y'Kor to the system
R.E. SELLERS & CO Pittsburgh, Pa, I
Number 43, Second street, three doors below
Market street, Maysvillo, Ky, aplWdly
In order to supply the Increasing demands of our trade we are continually adding to our
supply of Stoves and Tinware.
REMEMBER OUR STOOK IS ALL NEW !
having been recently purchased with a view to to tho wants of this market. Cook Stoves of
tho best mnkes Heatlnu Stoves in sreat variety. Mantels and Grates of every kind always
on hand and sold ut the LOWEST RATES. Call and examine our now stock.
COME AT LAST!
:Tho greatest roluctlon over kuown In the history of:
Farm Wagons, Wheat Drills,
ilcv Mills, Wire Fencing Fan Mills, Etc.,
But the most remarkable of all Is tho astounding LOW PRICE ol tho GENUINE
Manufactured Expressly For Us
From the best material found lu America, thus enabling us lo warrant It equal to any made
In tills or anv other country. Large Invoices are now being received for tuo Fair. All mo
Invited to call and beo tho work whether they ileslro to purchase or not.
MYALL, RILEY 8s PORTER,
No. 7, Socond, and 18, Sutton Sts.,
Stato & Monroo Sts., Chicago.
WIUindjwM to ny tdr ILtlrx
. BAND lift! flUOUlit, II
for 9 S00 Wi l bnfratlupl . ?i;;!n9ML
oi iniirum.nm om, v-p, 11,
.J Jm TtrUf.. .tin Include. InitrUCtlOD Atld hi" III'
lrcus (or AtD&wur uuui, uu miwwkui
hundred and six acres ofcood land
ONE laud on Lawrouco Crook. Two dwellings
aud two tobacco barns. Pine orchard!)
and nu abundance ot water. Oapabls of sub.
division into two furms Blxty nnd forty-six
acres each. Vrlcolow. Apply to
s5d&wlm Q. S. WALL, Court street.
retail dealers In
Comer Market nnd Third Streets, Maysvillo, Ky.
LAND TOR SALE !
mo bo sold to tho highest biddor.
lny, October 10, my farm Jolnlug tho
fairground. Also tho land above tho pike.
Terms-one-third cash, tho balance In one,
two and throe years, bearing 8 nor cont. Interest..
b21dJ:W JUDITH OALVEIIT.
G Dm A n
AN1 IRON FENCING,
IRON ForCemeterlcs and Yards.