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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY EVE., OCTOBER It 18S3. ' - -. ii 7,540 The above number represents the clrcula. tlon, each week of the Daii.t and Wkkkly Bullktis. Adrortlsors are Invited to call and assure themselves 01 the truth of ttie statement, and they are requested to bear In mind that our ra es.l'or advertising ure the lowest. Tit bee new cases of yellow fever and one deatli are reported at the Pensacola Navy Yard. . ... . The first annual convention of Ithe American Street Railway Associon is in session at Chicago. The authorities at Mobile, Ala., have re-established the quarantine against Pensacola, Fla., owing to unsatisfactory reports from the Board of Health at that place. I m The procession in Philadelphia j brating the German Bi-centennial was , the largest ever witnessed in that city. ' There were five thousand vehicles and twenty thousand men in line. . The Free Thinkers of the New England States will hold a convention in Paine Hall, Boston, the 27th, 2Sth and 29th of January nest, Some of the ablest free-thought speakers in the country have been engaged to addiess the convention. Remittances can be made to the lot tery companies by postal notes in sp'te of the opposition of the Postoflice Department, but, as they are not as safe as registered letters or money orders," the , companies fear it will cause their busi ness to fall off. The Boston bank Presidents have adopted a resolution that the speedy enactment by Congress of a national bankrupt law, equitable in its provisions for debtor and creditor, in all sections of the country, is necessary to the maintenance of confidence between banks and their constituents. Newt-paper Advertising-. New York Graphic. The Chicago Tribune, it is said, re ceives for a column of advertisements $20,000 n war. The New York Herald receives for its lowest priced column ' ?SO 7''l nml fnr ifa l.ii.buct CiJQ Will '1'lin I New York Tribune, for the lowest $21),-754, and for its highest SSo,04S, and these papers, it is stated, are never at a loss for advertisements to fill their columns. Bribed With His Own .Money. Mnrlln (Te.n) Index. A young man from the count rv who vifcits town frequently, and sometimes ' gets on a " high lonesome," was in town I a few weeks airo, ami during bis stay be- i came so "exhilarated" that he knew not money from clmii'. One of the old citizens seeing quite a lot of money in the young man's hand, aked the loan of it. The young man, who is ever accommodating, handed over all the money he had in his hand. Thus m.itters stood until a fdiort time aso the old citizen met the young man and lectured him about drinking, and said: "Now, my young friend, I will give you a dollar "everv time you leave town ".sober." "Agreed,1' said the young num. Since that agreement tne countryman, when sober, teg ularly calls on the old citizen for the i dollar, and gels it. He now keeps sober , when in town to make the dollar, little dreaming that it is his own money. Golden Tuooii (Arizona) Citizen, E. .1. Smith, the County Coroner, has four irohi fish-hooks that he uneaithed in the South American placers. Ho was mining in a river bed near the citv of Call, in the Stale of Cauca, United Stales of Columbia, in 1SG0, when he pulled up a small tree by the roots, and there in the sand lay an even baker's dozen of regularly shaped gold fish-hooks of the ordinarv size. Thev are not bent in the Limerick fashion. Without doubt they are the work of prehistoric Indians governed by the Incas. When .Mr. Smith returned to San Francisco he gavo some away, lost others, and now husonly four left. Ho has been repeatedly asked to put his price on these, but refuses to do ho. The other day he refused an offer of $20 for one. It was such trifles as these that excited the avarice of Pizarro and other vandals who tore down better governments than have ever occupied the same territovv since. A Sure Cure lor Scarlet lVver anil Small-pox. "I. herewith append a recipe which has been used to my knowledge in of cases. It will prevent or cure the small-pox, though t lie pittincs are iillini:. When leuner discovered in England, the world of science hurled an av.ilancho of fame upon his head, but when the most scientific school of medicine in the world that of Paris published this recipo as n panacea for it passed unheeded. It is as unfailing as fate, and conquers in every instance. Jt is harmless when taken by it well person. It also .cure .scarlet fever. Hero is the recipo as 1 have used it and cured my childien of small-pox. When learned physicians said tlio patient must die, it cured : "Sulphate of zinc, ono grain; foxglove (digitalis) one grain ; half a tea-spoonful of sugar. Mix with two of water; when thoroughly mixed add four ounces of water. Take a teaspoonful every hour. Either will disappear in twelve hours. For a child, smaller doses according to age. If counties would compol physicians to uso this thero would bo no ue'ed of pest houses. If you valuo advico and experience, uso this recipo for this torrlblo disease." OUT OP FUNDS. Boring thHolo IJniier the Hudson at New York. Nkw Yokic, Oct. 10. Work has boen stopped on the JTudson river tunnel except that a small force of men have been retained to keep the wrier out of tlio tunnel on the New Jersey shore of the river. AIhhiI 2,000 of the proposed 5,000 feet of tunnel under the river h:in been completed, and il in udde'rstootl ' that the temporary 8Ui)baee'in calwed by a lack oi capital with which to go on. A 'Jhrigo jijboot a Dftprtf o. Lotnsviu.,' Ky., Oct. 10. At Hazel Grren, Wolf county, Ky., on the 6th Inst., Police Jinlqe J. V. Mapel, mortally wounded Duller Patrick, a desperado and bully, wlui has Ugiired iri nwuiy mountain crimen. Mapel li:id just -fined- ftwo of Patrick' friends for dnitikeiiiiesM and disorderly eoudiict, wiieu tho latter tried to release the prhonors and oflered violence to Mapel, who drew u pistol and shot his avuilaut three finies. Mapel is a lawyer iu hia tectum and is a young man. Looking Tor m Mtrny ntvshniHl. New Yoiik, Oct. 10. Mrs. Joseph Thomas Parry has reported the loAn of her husband" to the police. Sfw had been married three week. Her maiden iiiuue was Sarah Kahn, aud she is a pwtty Jew-e-s of twenty years. Her husband is an Englishman of forty-fix, and wheu ho left her lie did J with the statement that his mother was dead and he was obliged to go to England to settle up the estate. The facts camo out sotrxi time ago but Mrs. Parry now seems to think that her husband may be in New York instead of Loudon and asks assistance of the police. The Npnulnti Imbns;lk. MADRiD.Oct. 10. The Spanish Government has demanded from its agents abroad a circular giving full information concerning any outrages known to have been committed upon French Consular agents iu any of the Spanish colonics. Madrid, Oct. 9. Tho Spanish Government has guaranteed to the French Embassy full protection against uuy insulting demonstration on tlw part of irresponsible persons. A Hull e Fight. CnicAoo, Oct. 10. Two bulldogs, Maud B, owned by J. C. Brennau, f New York, a white brindle, weighing thirty-nine pounds, with a record of several battles won, and a dark brindle, one-half pound lighter, owned by Thorans O'Neil, of the Stock Yards, fought on tho open prairie near the corner of Fifteenth street and Thomas street. The New York dog was sadly worsted, but the other was almost equally used up. Spnlti nml France. London, Oct. 10. A Madrid dispatch to the Standard says: The public is impatient for a settlement of the difficulty between France and Spain. Senor Sagasta will probably reconstruct this Cabinet during the present week. Xew York. London. Oct 10. The Daily News this morning contains a long article in which the writer ridicules the streets of New York City. He says that the pavinir is inexcusably bad ami the amount of tilth to be seen at every turn is astonishing. Tlio rtrnw Iloimell 1'itlliirc. Cleveland, Oct. 10. Tho schema of reorganizing tho Brown, Bonnell A Company Iron Works Comiuiny, of Youngs-town, failed, and an effort is being made to form a new company, with a capital stock of $1,200,000 to assume all assets and liabilities of the old company. The I'tmlpoiiPil Ym-lit Race. Nkw Yoiik, Oct. 10. The wailing of ttie match between tho yachts Fannie and Gracie, which was not decided, as the race was not sailed within the stipulated time of eight hours, has been ostpoiied until some day next week. Nix Children I'olNoncd. PiTTsnuno, Pa., Oct. 10. A special from Greensburg to tho Telegraph says that six ohildrcn of John StoufTor were poisoned by eating some weed while their mother was away. Two will die and the others are very ill. i i Hitting tho Herald. New Yoiik, Oct. 10. Tlw resolution giving the New York Herald power to place news stands on the streets was recalled from the Mayor by the Board of Aldermen to-day, and will probably never bo passed again. Accident. Chicago, Oct. 10. A private message from Ottawa, Ont.. at 2 o'clock this morning says a terrible railroad accident has occurred on the Canadian Pacilic, and that several are killed aud wounded. No particulars. A IlnliroiMl Nmnsli. Lowell, Mass., Oct. 10. The northern passenger train on tho Nashua and Lowell Railroad ran inton6ectiouof a freight train, demolishing the engine and derailing several cars. No ono hurt. Miilpriictlco Cnip. Halij-ax, N. S., Oct. 10. Mrs. a widow, died from malpractice. Dr. A. Law son, a prominent physician is implicated and has left tho city to avoid arrest. The case causes a sensation. RmnImc.ih rail ii re, SruiNii field, Mass., Oct. 10. The Springfield, Mass., Soapstono Company has filed a netilion in insolvency. It wits organized in October, 1S81, with a capital stock of 5100,000. Death of Dr. Ewer. Moxtoeal, Oct. 10. Dr. Ewer, of St. Ignatius Church, New York, who while preaching hero last Sunday was stricken with paralysis in tho pulpit, has died. i m ii m i !- 'Victim of the Dynamite. PAmrNO, N. Y., Oct. 10. Samuel victim of tho dynamiters died at 11 o'clock la the morning. ,. HO! FOR CINCINNATI! k. , mwiw n Fifth Street, Opposite tlie Fountain. JBSTEvory floor of thdir iminonso . i j establishment ii paokod wiih CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS, bought by them for CASH at rldiculously'low prices, and will bo sold without any rtgard to actual values. We want everybody visiting Cincinnati to come and see how our stores are packed with goods. Wo want everybody to take advantage of our limitless stock and laughably LOW prices. It is customary for some morchants to put on big profits at the beginning of a season, but wo are not of that number. An Average Frs'flt of Five Fer Cfeiit. Is all wo want, for we rely on tremendous sales to see us safely through the season. Our stock of Men's Clothing is the biggest in town. (Kir 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 FARE by coming to Cincinnati and buying of V IWTm JLV. Fifth A IIO.YAN'S BOOT AND SHOE ST0EE. Custom work a specialty. Large stock. All kinds at loyet prices. No: it, Market Btree ,two doors below D. A. Hlcliardsou A Co.'s grocery. atdJiwly MAYRVILLE.KY. p A.M.MOX, 'photographer, Second street.tnext door to Dr. Mnrtlu's apWdly MAYSVILLE.KY. TOHX T. FJ.EMIXG. INSURANCE AGENCY. Represents the Loudon and Liverpool niul Globe. GeiiUivn American, ol New York, ami I'lienlx. of Uiooltlyu. A No nsent lor Uluo Lick Wnter. Olllco corner of t lout and Silt-ton streets. npllTdly r M'.dAiiiiiiAiTir, A'lTOUXKY AT LAW, Ileal I'.stutcniKl CollcclliiK Tlilrd htieet, near Coutt house, niyloly KY. M ClOCCI.K A IIOll'OX, Have Just received from the mnnufactnrcisa full line of seaotiable goods lor the tall and winter trade. Jean.-., Flnnnells, lllnnUets, Hosiery, Clonks, Dolmans Paletots and Jersey. s. Cull lu aud sec them uud jet pilres Y1 IHS LOD POWI.1XO, FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Fall Hnts, Millinery Goods. Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers and Millinery Ooodsiieuerally. Entlte satisfaction guaranteed lu all caes. Second, opposite Opeia House, uiaylly r F, MA US II, ' ATTOKJSKY AT LAW, Jastlce of thol'enco, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. Will advertise and sell real estate. No charges whatever unless n sale Is consummated. Deeds, morttiugos ic. written at rates as low as any oue's. Oillee Library Building, Sutton street, JlTltS. A. J. WILLIAMS. CARPETS, Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will be sold CHEAP for tho next thirty days. Cull aud see them. mcliSOly JS'o. 29, Eatt Second Strert. M.AItCIIDKACON, (Formerly Miss Maggie Rasp,) FASHIONABLE MILLINER. has Just received n full supply of Fall and Winter Mllllneiy Goods. Huts, Bonnets, Laces, Rlbbons.Trlmmlngs and nil novelties. The ladles nre Invited in call. Market street, iuU3ly MAYSV1LLE. jl rUS. MAKY i:. THOMAS, Dea'ler lu Millinery and Notions, Announces lhat she has Just received her all stock, which will bo louuU very attractive and that she has also seemed the sir vices of mi accoinpllshed irluimer from Cincinnati. Ono price only. 13 E. Hecomt Ht., iiOvlly MAYSVILLE, ICY. A tO.Si: DAL'LTOX'A 1I1JO., GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full line of all kinds of vehicles on hand for sale, hlte or exchange. Horses kept by day, week or month. Lnigest and best appointed Livery Stable lu the west. Prices as 'owns any. Best attention to vehicles stoied. Telephone connection. No. 10 and 42 west Second Ht., uplTdly MAYSVILLE.KY. T1IW FIIIM, BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA, (Sucnes.sors to Cooper & Ulsset, ncnlprn In 8ovrs,ltiuii;oH, Mnrblrlzed Jliinlols.aiul iimiiulncturerH olTlu, C'oiier uuil Sheet Iruu Wiire, Hpeclnl attention to tin roofllug, gutter aud spouting. Practical plumbers, gas aud stoam fitters. Wrought Iron and lead pipes, &o. All work attended to promptly und 23E!eeoudst aDdly MAYSVILLE.KY. j. ry , HM? S, SHOES, Street, Opposite the Merchant TAILORS, WXenrly opposllo Itatik of Miiysvllle, Second treet."ff CAI I CTVI rO JUST RECEIVED. We nre receiving continually a rMLL S I I LCO Fre.sii Sunulv ol Domestic and Imnoited L'asslmeres of the Latest ntyles. We uatauteu pel feut satisfaction and our work lu eveiy respect and our PRICES hep(M3mo p KOllCJK II.IIRISCIl, lUealer lu: GROCERIES. Pineapple Hams. Home-made Yeast Cakes. maySiklly SFCOND STREET. MEANS, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full line of Uurlal Robes and nil ai titles required by the undei taking trade. Jidei pionintly attended to day or nigh'. m'fcjl v A'o. til, AVuf ShcoihI .Street, O J.1AIICIIK11T" No. 6, West Second Stieet. IVTA.RBL.E YARD. Monuments, Tablets mid Headstones always ou hand. Orders by mall will receive the same prompt attention as It delivered lu person. ap!3lly BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALL HOURS. Work promptly and satisfactorily done. Tetnis reasonable. Front street, between Market and Hatton. apUUdly '" '"ii T)AVL . AXUKlUiUH, DENTIST,' uTrrn So. 21 Hmrket St. ,newly opp. CentralHotel, Office Open at all Hours. MAX8VILLE, KY m;iyl31y.d. it. DEwrrr v. fkaxklix. D DEiarTisT, rfh BNext door to Bank of "lAIt.T. II. X. SMITH, DENTIST. Will devote his whole time to the preservation of the natural teeth. Dr. C. W. Wardle will take charge ol all the nieclinnlcal work, such ns gold, silver,cotulnuoui.guni, rellulold and rubber plutes. inchSldly p S. MIXEIt A DUO, Dealers In- Boots, Shoes, Leathery And FINDINGS, No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton Mieets. incliaidly MAYSVILLE, KY, rTUXT A DOYLE. Every new shndo In . - - . . , . DRESS GOODS, Crushed Strawberry, Electric Blue, Egyptian etc., nud uew Trimming to uinteh. Second St., nichSlly MAYSVILLE, KY. P II. TUAXEL, BAKBR AND OONPEOTIONBR. Ico cream parlors openlfor the senson.' Absolutely pure candles. Fresh bread of nil kinds. Furnishing weddluus aud parties n specialty. Prices low. niayWly HGXEW A ALLEX, STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, mantels, etc. Sole agents for the celebrated Omaha aud Leader stoves. Hooting and promptly and satisfactorily done. of Market nud Third streets, A. U. Glascock's old stand. nplUUUw & CO., Fountain. "VrAXCEY A ALEXAXDEIt, , OLD ItKLIAHLi: 'LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES. Vehicles of nil kinds, good stock aud eareful drivers. Hordes kept by the d.iy, or week on Second st., between Market and Limestone. VTAY.NVILLE DTE IIOVSE. DYEING and CLEANING In Silk nud Woolen Good, Dresses, .Shawls, Rlbbouslii all colois. Gentlemen's clothing Cle.iuetl and Dyed Kio il street. Hill House. 2I JOSEPH ItUENNEU. Dyer, y K..MATIIEW.S A-CO., Manufacturers and Dealers iu Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frnmes, Doors, Sash, btave. Fenclug, Tobacco Hogsheads. 4c. iucu301y MATUriLLE, srr. O M. OLDHAM, k PLUMBER, Sanitary Engineer. Gns nnd Dealer In plumber's goods, Pumps, Hose, Hewer Pipes, Lead aim Iron Piping, Hteam nnd Water Gauges. No. 8 west Second street, opposite Gelsel's giocery, npl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. COXA SON, Dealers in Staple nud Fancy JDttlT SECOND HTUEET. mcli311y MAYSVILLE, KY. ZEstatoHslLed. 1865, EQUITY GROCERY. Gr. W. GEISEL, No, 0,W. Second Ht.,Oip.OiiTiIIouie, Frultsnud Vejietableslu season. Your patron. BMO respectfully bollclted. (lldly TrrlllTEA OUT. PITHITITXJRE. We will not bo undersold by nuv )ioue In Kentucky ornt Cincinnati, It we have halt a GUHUCO meliSldly MAYSriLki:, at, Air W. LYXt'II, Mauulnctnier of and Dealer In BOOTS AND SHOES. j Ladles' nut! chlldien's flue suos n speclnlty I Custom work niadotoortler. ltepalrlnaneatiy i aim promptly uouent moaernieonnises, , PUAXK DEVIXE, Manufacturer of Pioprlctor of tho celpbrnted brauds: Holtl the Fort, Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard. Best claara In the mnrktU. Full variety of sniokois' nrtlcles. ..,.. Secoud street, ally MAYSVILLE, KY. MEAT STORE. has oponedndnlly meat mar- RO.KIRIC alreet. uext door to It. 13. Lovel's, nnd will keep nil kinds of fresh moat at reasonable prloos and will deliver It lu any part of tlw city. Call and seo me. . tiHdOm K. 0. KIRK.