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THE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY EVE., OCTOBER 4, 1833. ... . i i. m -y ! i 7,S4Q The above number represents the circulation, each week or tlw Daily and Weekly Bullktik. Advertisers are invited to call and assure Uwiftelra or th truth of the stntemeut, aud they aio requested to bear In mind tuat our ra es for advertising aro the lowest. , X.V. Thh election Ohio t'&kes place next Tuesday Madam Cukzstixe Nilsson has arrived at New York. According to the statfstician of the London Times, the United States is richer then the United Kingdom. ......,. . ...,,,., - The assessment of the railroads in this State has been largely reduced by the Commissioner. It is about $3,000, 000 less than it was last year. Judge Hines, of the Court of Appeals, has affirmed the sentence of William Shackloford, who was pent to the penitentiary for life from Harlan county for killing John G. Howard. The Louisville Commercial says: All the tobacco factories in the city are running night and day in order to meet the great demand for manufactured tobacco, occasioned by the increase in the price of leaf tobacco and the fear that manufactured tobacco will jump to an extraordinary figure, "Within the past two days the price of plug tobacco has increased two' cents on the pound. i- - i i Prof. Pickett, Superintendent of Public Instruction, has, through his attorney, made a forinol demand on General Hewitt for the school's portion of money (twenty-two cents on each $100 taxe?) collected from all railroads and corporations, which heretofore has been turned into the general expenditure fund. It seems it is a doubtful question, and will probably be carried into the courts. The debt statement shows a decrease in the public debt during September of $14,707,229. The decrease since June 30 is $29,279,071. Cash in the Treasury, $355,450,070 ; gold certificates, silver certificates, $94 490,241; certificates of deposit, $11,945,000; refunding certificates, $332,750; legal tenders, $346(GS1,010; fractional currency, $Gt-992,900 ; cash available October lit, $158,546,000. .-,. , , , A despatch from Lexington to the Courier-Journal says: This afternoon Craft's mother, brother and sister, left here on their return from Frankfoit, whither thev hud gone to plead with the Governor for a reprieve till after the trial of Neal. They would say nothing of the interview with the Governor, nor of the evidence laid before him. But it is from a conversation with Clifton Craft, the brother, that it includes the claim that some rich party suspected of the crime has been paying lavishly to secure the conviction of the prisoners; that a girl who knows something of the case, and who mysteriously dNappeaied from Ashland at the time of Craft's trial, will be produced to prove that she was paid to leave and that a negro witness present at EHU1 lynching will swear he declared at the lat the innocence of Xeul. Foreign Gossip. In Bishopgutc, London, is a cellar wheto no customer can be served with two successive drinks at one sitting. If he wants a second glass he must go through the form of leaving the place and returning. This rule has been enforced for fifty years. The special trains employed by Her Majesty Victoria durum the past nineteen years have cost $43,000. The British public, imagined that she paid for these herself, but is shocked to learn that the Government has footed the bill. In a London court a youth was sentenced to pay a fine of twenty shillings or to labor for ten days for kksing a young woman against "her will. The plaintiffs satisfaction over her victorv was turned to bitterness when the youth volunteered an apology, sayintr: "Of course I was under the influence of liquor, or I should not have dreamed of kissing her." Arthur Orton, the notorious claimant, drag's out a rather monotonous existence in I'oitsea convict prison. He is perfectly well, and in good flesh and spnits. Ueceutlv. in convocation with priAoner, he declared he would rather lemitiu the balance of his days in pribon than he liberated as Arthur Orton. lie has earned a certificate by exemplify conduct, and after November he will bo entitled to have friends visit him every two months. At present ho is employed in the carpenter shop of the prison. The ucoumuh.tion of ureat vc alth by no means necessarily implies the capacity to enjoy it often, indeed, quite the A story is told of Lord Cavendish, who in 1S10 was the largest stockholder in London, and who hated the very name of money. Upon one occasion his bankers, finding that his account amounted to a deposit of 80,000, called upon him and asked what ho wished to done with it. " Anything you chooso," was tho reply, "but don't bother mo about it. I won't bo plagued. If it's any trouble I'll take it out of your hands." This is a trait entirely distinct from avarico or' miserliness. 1BEBDEEN ITEMS. Mrs. Jonn', young lady friendi left last Friday for Vauceburg. tfr. Pirkefkradf6rd, of Mason Height," Kr., was In our town this week. Mr. Gwln Dennis, a handsome Chlcagoan, Is vlMtlntf hU mother, of this town. Some gentlemen have such an Innocent wiy of telling a falsehood that It Is hard to detect the truth. We were greatly misinformed regarding Rev. W. H. Whitney tw being a single gentleman. Reportois ate sometimes liable to be misinformed. Nq one cau surpass 'Squire Beasley playing on the flfo. The rlpollng notes sail out on the morning breeze with the merry uoo of of the blltkesoruo, lark. Mr. L. C. Carr purchased a "handsome horse In Ohio last week a sorrel, wtth a full cream colored niu'us and sweeping tall. It's a perfect Jewel of a horse In beauty and style a nonsuch. 'Squire beasley had a wo 'ding couple Tuesday morning which attracted quite a crowd of spectnt rs, The brlda was lorely and her commanding form was envel6ped in an which vied with any Jersey. Several gentlemen went out hunting, as they were told the woods were full or game. On their return Mr. said to his wife "you thought X couldn't shoot," as he held una rabbit, "ah, you didn't expect me to bring this home." Yes I did," she replied, with a merry twinkle In her eye, " why, you precious goose, MlssC saw you buy It round at the cornor grocery. The grainiest wedding of the week was Tuesday arternoon. The 'Squire assumed tuoie than his usual dlguljy on this occasion, ns the bridal attire, white hi lie with brocaded satin fmnt, an illusion veil and orange blossoms crowned her queenly head. On their return the bride cluugwlth all wifely devotion to her Lord nud Master. Ol course they were the observed of observer. One evening recently fome ladles and gentlemen were discussing the lofty subject of fashions, when one gentleman made the remark, uue couldn't underMand why ladle, when half clothed aie&atd to be In full dress." Well," replied the young lady, It Is Just as consistent, ns when gentlemeu are In what they call full dres, ns It Is the same stylo as the waiter who attends hlm.v More Fine Tobacco. Helena, Kv., Oct. 3id, 18S3. Ed. Bulletin: Noticing in the Daily Bulletin a statement that Lewis T. King, of Fleming, county 9 had the finest crop of tobacco iti that neighborhood, I beg leave to take exception thereto. I 'am willing to show samples with him or I with anv other grower in the couutv. as ! T nlnitn tltftf niv prnn Inva f?nr tlutm oil J. 0. A. King. Card. Expecting to leave to-day for Portsmouth, I debire to say that during my stay in Maysville, I have been courteously received und politely treated. I regret to leive the beautiful" and romantic city, and in doing so I bid a kind farewell to all. Madam Fhances Hall, Astrologist. Fashion Notes. The old fashioned Garibaldi wast is being revived. Pitted bindings of velvet or s.itin upon the edges of Langtry turbans and the brims of bonnets anil large round hats will be in great use this autumn. The newest tennis hats are made of gray satin open work straw, faced with cariiinal, and trimmed with peacock feather ends and sea-gull's wing. Dark red waistcoats and revers, cloely covered with gold braid, are consiJereH very stylish. A silver irray dress in silver, with white watered silk vest, likewise embroidered, is a unique and delicate looking dress for special occasions, but one that soon beais its date. Monogram? are now embroideied in very he.ivy work, but are small in size. They are executed in comparatively plain style, without any arabesque or floral device surrounding them. Handkerchiefs in shot niuidin are c.inied with drees of the .same material, and are worked with one of the bitehtest colors of the muslin. The effect, however, is not good, and colored and figured like colored silk underwear, are merely a passing eccentricity of la mvde. The cream spotted muslin", printed with sprays of scarlet of pink gernanium blossom "or bunches of small china asters, are much worn, and are usually cut a la Watte in. They are both quaint and pretty looking, and, if properly made, hokasif they had just been taken out from between the lavender and potpourri of your grandmother's chest. When not in Watteau style these dresses are made short waisted, with loose bodices, and a wide bebe sash tied around the waist. WANTED. I f buy dlfteeii or twenty fresh . t t eowp, or thoM about to be fie&U. J will be In Maysville Couuty Coiut Day. o3d3t ll. SMITH. WANTED A for a Jersey Hull i ) e.ilf, legUt ured in American Jersey Hetd Bool:. Call at my ofllce. r6 V. 1J. HOLME, MaysvllIo.Ky FOR SALE. 1M)llSALK HnlMlnKlots In ; location price Sluu, In weekly ptiymtmts u m low as ?1. Deed will be executed a soon i ot tho in ney Is pidd. This otter will remain good for one week only. For paitleuiarsapply to , M. T. MAUS1I, oldlw button btreet. and kltsliou tuie, coulstlnu ot parlor fet, waidrobe, i mm bio top hiittMtw, wash stands, dliiluy I loom tables, ehaliH, Ice ehtt and other clos too mini oiiKto mention. 1'eiMins any of the above named articles can net I them bv rail In- on MUS. MAUGAltlir , FUANKLIN, Wall St., MnhVlI!ef Ky. VJSlw 70U SALE A kooiI Uoiuesllc sewlmr ma- H chine. Iixjulrool J. J.McCarthey, ol the Mt. Carmel 'bus for pi lee, a'J'JiJ lUfcrrf JiAflk 4 4IM tVVHMM MW4U1ITJI FOR RENT, KENT In the town of Chester, near TOU ? the iw Methodist Ctuuch, a three iooiun and kitchen, with a cood supply of water. Uaideu and stable on the pi em Web. Apply to J. D. THOMPSON, on thupiemibes. oluOt IJOU RENT .ly twoHtoiy biick ware-1? coiner Short and Second stteets. Slzo of rooms thirty-two by one hundred teet. Welt adapted for giain or tobacco. Apply at ZWEIGART'Smeatstoie. hUd STRAYED- QTRAYED Fiom my farm, a gray mare, YD lame lu left tore toot, with a knot on her llujit hip. Any ouo Hudlng her will please le vo her at Yancov & Aloxaiuler' Ilv evry stable, oldlw TOBIAS GRIFFITH. HO ! FOR CINCINNATI ! 0, a, uAtm & is, . . .. Fifth Street, bpposite the Fountain. RSTEvory floor of thoirvimmonso CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES, and FURHTSHING GOODS, bought by them for CASH at ridiculously low prices, and will be sold without any regard to actual values. Wo want everybody visiting Cincinnati to come and see how our stores are packed with goods. We want everybody to take advantage of our limitless stock and laughably LOW prices. It is customary for sotne merchants to put on big profits at tho beginning of a season, but wo are not of that number. An Average Profit of Five Per Cent. Is all we want, for we rely on tremendous sales to see ns safely through the season. Our stock of Men's Clothing is the biggest in town. Our stock of Boys' Cloteing is the largest in the west. Our stock of Hats and Caps for Boys and Men is immense. Our Shoe Department is the largest in the union. Our Furnishing Goods Stock is mammoth. SAVE YOUR RAILROAD PARE by coming to Cincinnati and buying of G. R. MABLEY & CO., Fifth Street, Opposite the Fountain. 1 IIONANVS BOOT AND SHOE STORE. Custom work a specialty. Large stock. All kinds at lowest prices. No. 47, Market streo , two doors below D. A. Ktchnrdsou & t'o.'s giocery. alUAwly MAYSVILLE, KY. 'PHOTOGRAPHER, Heooiidstreet.tnextdooi to iJr. Martin's apl&Uy .MAYSVILLE, KY. TOHX T.FJjK.niXO. INSURANCE AGENCY. Represents the Loudon and Liverpool and Globe, German American, of New York, and I'hcnlx. ol Uiooklyn. Also agent. tor Blue Lick Water. Office comer ol Fxont and Sutton streets. apUTdly r W. GAIiHKAlTII, ATTOItNEY AT LAW, Jtcul Estate iumI CoIIcrtliitf AKCiicy. Third fetieet, near Couit house, mylOly MAYSVILLE. KY. oIXHJULt; IIOIION, M Have Just received from the manufacturers n lull Hue ot seasonable goods lor the tail and winter trade. Jeans, Flannells, Illankets, Hosiery, Cloaks-, Dolmans, Paletot.s and Jerseys. Call in nud see them and et ptlces Y IHS LOU l'OWUXO, FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Fall Hats, Millinery Goods, Bonnets, Ribbon, Flowers and Millinery Goods generally. Eutlie satisfaction guaranteed In all case-.. Second, opposite Opera House, h nAKsn, M. ATIOKNEY AT LAW, Jtistlco of the Pence, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. Will adveitlseand sell real estate. No charges whatever unless a sale Is consummated. Deeds, mortgages &c. written at rates as low as any oue's. Office Ltbraiy Building, Sutton street. VfKS. A. J. WILLIAMS, CARPETS, Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will be sold CHEAP for the next thirty days, Call and see them. mchUOly Ao. 9, East Second Street. TITUS'. M.AKCJHBACOX, (Formerly Miss Maggie Rasp,) FASHIONABLE MILLINER. lias J tut received a full supply of Fall and Winter Millinery Goods. Hats, Bonnets, Laces, RlbbonsTilmmlugs and unseasonable novelties. The ladles ate Invited to call. Maiket stieet, aU3!y MAYSVILLE. MAUY K. TBIOMAN, Dealer in Millinery and Notions, Announces that she has Just received her 'all stock, which will be louud verv aud that she has also seemed the services of an accomplished trimmer irom Cincinnati. One ptlce only. 13 E. Second St., aOdly MAYSVILLE, KY. ji ro.si: iiaujltox a- into., GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full line of all kinds of vehicles on hand for sale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by day, wtelc or month. Largest and best Livery Stable lu the west. Prices as mwas any. Best attention tovohlclesstoied. Telephone connection, No. 10 and 42 west Second St., aplTdly MAYSVILLE, KY. jTKW FIRM, .BISSET, McGLANAHAN & SHEA, (Successors to Cooper & Blsset, 1)cii1gih In Stoves, lnuircH,MnrbIizcd J!lHiitilH(umlmtiiiuliicturcrtt olTlu, Cojtiior nud hlicot Iron Ware. Special attention paid to tin rootling, gutter and spouting. Practical plumbers, gas and Bteam Utters. Wrought Iron aud lead pipes, do. All work attended to promptly and warranted. 23 E, Second 6t aOdly MAYSVILLE, KY, establishment is paokod wiih WIXTDHOUST c& BLUM, Merchant TAILORS, K early opposite Uniik or MnyNville, Second Htreet."6a ETA1 I OTVI CO JUST DECEIVED. We are lecelvlug continually a rHbli O I I kCa3 Fiesti Supply ol Domestic and Impoited Casslmeres of the Latest utyles. Wetcuuiautee perfect satisiactlou and our work ll lu every .respect and our PRICES REAONABLE. yep6d3mo OAUL 1). AXDKUSON, Z2tM dentist; No. 21 Market 8Untarly opp. Central Hotels Office Open at all J fours. MA TS VILLS, K7 m iyl31y.d. nKjieivirr c. fkankux, DENTIST, KJTNoxt doorto Bank of Maysville. sbd fe SMITH, DENTIST, Will devote his whole time to the preservation of the natural teeth. Dr. C. V. Wtudle will tako charge ot all the mechanical work, such as Kold.Hilver.contiuuousgum, celluloid and rubber plates. mchJJdly p KORGE II. 1IEISKR, :Dealer lu: GROCERIES, Pineapple Hams. Home-made Yeast Cakes. ruay30dly SECOND STREET. Q A, MEANS, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full line of Burial Robes and all articles re qulied by the undertaking trade. attended to day or night. mftuy tfo, til, Kast Second Street, S J. 1AUUIE1M'Y, No. 6, West Second Street, MARBLE YARD. Monuments, Tablets and Headstones always on baud. Orders by mall will receive tho tame prompt attention as U delivered in person. ap!3dly rjl II. TIIAXEL, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ico cream parlors opeu'for the season. Absolutely pure candies. Kresli bread of all kluds. Furnlslilng weddings and parties a specialty. Prices low. may-id ly Kirr, BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY. OPEN ATALLHOURS. Woik promptly and satisfactory doue. Tonus reasonable Mont street, between Market aud Sutton, apUOdly W. E),3lAl'UKWS4r CO., Manufacturers and Dealers lu Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths, Bhlugles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash. Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac. uiciiSOly MAYSVILLE, ICV. VyiHTi:!: OklT, We will not bo undoisold by auv houe in Kontucky oratCluclnuati, It we have half a chance. mch31dly MAYSVILLE, KY. Manufacturer of and Dealor In BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladles' and children's fine shoos a specialty Custom work made to order, RopairiuK ueatly aud promptly douo at moderate charcea. No. 41 Market stcett JEast side. ally MAYSVILLE, KY 3NT -A. 33 Ij 33 RlGXEW A ALtKX, STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, mantels, etc. Sole agents for the celebrated Omaha aud Leader stoves. Hoofing aud guttering promptly and satisfactorily doue. Corner of Market and Third streets, A. R. Glascock's old stand. apilOdlw U. OLDHAM, " PLUMBER, Sanitary Englileer, Gas and Dealer in plumber's goods, Pumps, Hoset Sower Pipes, Lead and lion Piping, Steam and Water Gauires, No. b west Second street, opposite Geibcl's giocery, ap!7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. pEO. COXA SON, Dealers In. Staple and Fancy DDKIT GOODS, SECOND STREET. mchSlly MAYSVILLE, KY. p 8. MIXER A- lUtO, -Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Leather And FIirMXGS, No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets, mcuSldly MAYSVILLE, KY. jPHANK OEVI.VK, Manufacturer of OIQABS. Pioprictor of the celebrated brands: Hold the Fort, Parlor Queen aud Mother Hubbard. Best cigars in the market. Full variety of smokers' at tides, ecoud street, aUy MAYSVILLE, KY. yANCKY fc ALEXANDER, OLD RELIABLE LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES, Vehicles of all kinds, good stock and eareful drivors. Horses kept by the day, or week on reasonable terms. Second St., betweou Market and Limestone. BstaTollsliecSL 1BS5, EQUITY GROCERY. G. TVr. GEISEL, So, tt,W. Seoond HtMOip.Oi)ern Honsc, Fruits and VegetabltHlu season. Your natron &o respectfully solicited. llldly TJUXT V lOYIiE, Every now shade in DRESS GOODS, Crushed Strawberry, Electric Hlue.Egyptiau etc., and uew TrimmlngH to match, Second St., mohatly MAYSVILLE, KY. "jiTAYRVIX.LC 1T HOUSE. DYEING and CLEANING in Silk and; Woolen Goods, Dresses, Shawls, Hlbbonslu all colors. Geutlemen's clothing Cleaned and Dyed. Front street, below Hill House. 621 JOSEPH RBENNER, Dyer, MEAT STORE. KIRK lias opened a daily meat RO. on Markot streot. next door to R. 13. Lovel's, and will keop all kinds of fresh meat at reasonable prices and will deliver It lu any part of tho city. Call and seo mo. ., alldOtu R. C, KIRK.