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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FKIDAY EVE., OCTOBER 12, 1883,
7,54 O
Tho above number represents the
each week ol the daily and Wkkkly
BULliETIV. AdTsrtWsrs are Invited to call
and assure tbemsulvo ot the truth of tue
statement, aud they are requested to bear In
mind that oar for Advertising are the
lowest.
Three thousand immigrants arrived at
New York last Sunday.
The distillers1 convention to be held
ot Lexington has been postponed.
Seventeen cases of yellow fever and
two deaths aio reported at Brewton, Ala.
Russell Scott, a fifteen-year-old boy,
has mysteriously disappeared from his
homo at Weston, Nicholas county.
A vein of iron ore nearly ten feet thick
has lately been discovered in the vicinity
of Mt. Sterling. It is thought it can be
profitably vrorKed.
"
The National turnpike over the Alle-1
gheny mountains, from Cumberland to .
Wheeling, the nearest approach to a per-1
feet road ever seen in tho United States,
cost $1,700,000, or S13.000 a mile.
The Carlisle Mercury says that the
rnsn nf thft Commonwealth asrainst John
B. Smart for shooting Dr. Robbins has I
been referred to the next grand jury. In
tho meantime Smart is to continuo under
bond.
Excitement prevails near Yeoman,
Indiana, over the discovery of a huge
saurian, which several trustworthy persona
nv thov have seen this week in a
prairie swamp. It is said to be twelve j
feet long, has four short legs, a hat tail,
and flees to tho water when aroused.
The Covington Commonwealth says:
There is a young woman in a tobacco
factory in Covington, who, asa " wrapper,"
earns $20 to $24 per week. Tho
dextrous way in which she does ?tho
work is surprising. It equals that of,
two ordinaryftnen, and is well done, too.
The returns to the Agricultural Department
of the condition of the cotton
crop up to October 1 show a reduction in
the general average condition of from
seventy-four to sixty eight per cent. Tho
indications are that the crop will fall
short of the last crop more than 1,000,000
bales.
Ax exchange says : Advices from Ohio,
New York, New England. Michigan,
Kentucky and Indiana indicate that tho
apple ciop is almost an entire failure.
The failure is generally attributed to tho
extremely wet weather and heavy rains
which prevailed about the time of blossoming.
The trees bloisomed beautifully,
but the fiuit did not set. The
Southern States report light crops, except
Noith Carolina, where a fair yield
is reported.
The Western Tobacco Journal says:
There is no doubt but what the past two
or three weeks has given lenewed hope
to tobacco growers and the tobacco trade
at large, nud what promised to be a very
fehort and inferior crop, will now, if
frosts hohf off for a few weeks, prove
vey close to an averaue one. Tho Ohio
crop of White B irley will probably bo
below an average, as conditions have
not been as favorable to its growth as in
Kentucky and other White Burley districts.
'
Tun Sheriff of Carter county with
Craft in s charge, arrived at Grayson
about six o'clock on Wednesday evening.
On the road from Lexington huge
crowds assembled at the different stations
to see the prisoner, but no demonstrations
against him were made. After
leaving Morehe.ul, which is thirty-five
miles from Grayson, Craft became extremely
nervous, fearing, as he said,
that a mob would hang him. Aniving
at Grayson the Sheriff was met by an
additional guard of twenty-five men,
and the procession wended its way to tho
jail, wheie Craft was safely imprisoned,
lie reiterated his innocence, though it is
he showed strong signs of bieaking
down befoie the execution. The hanging
will take place about one o'clock
this afternoon.
'
A Mokmon misbiunury, who is. now at
work in Washington City to obtain converts,
claims to have recently added to
his list seventy six persons mostly young
girls between the ages of fifteen and
twenty-five, but says ho has only secured
ono in that city. He is an associate of tho
Mormon gang who were lecontly mobbed
in Indiana and driven from the State.
Congressmen who are at the capital express
themselves earnestly about tho
Mormon question and say it is evident
that some more stringent act than tho
.Edmunds law will have to bo devised if
it is expected to abolish polygamy in 1
this country. Ono plan proposed is to legislate
tho presont Utah government out
of oxistenco and to have a provisional
government created, the officers of which
would bo appointed by tho President and
confirmed by tho Senate. It is probable
that this question will occupy the attention
of tho next Congress.
PBEE DELIVEBY.
Statement or Its CMt t tb Varloaa
LaKe citfem.
WAsniuoTOW, D. G, Oct 11. The following
ia a statement prepared at the
Potitomce Department of tbe cost of the
free delivery service in the principal cities
of the United States for the fiscal years
ended June 30, 18S2, aod June 30, 1833:
crrv. 1862. 1883.
Boston, $185,267 $225,674
New York City, . . 457,796 522,889
Philadelphia, . . 293,698 353,158
Baltimore, . . . 76,801 95,240
Washington, . . 48,477 60,889
Cincinnati, . . . 75J3S0 92,664
Chicago, . . . 1S7.488 225,328
St. Louis, . . . 119,647 135,061
San Francisco, . . 61,650 65,514
Brooklyn, . . . 104,285 122,342
New Orleans, . . 44,834 51,083
MISSING BOYS.
The Police Mtiatlmr tor Om Cmim
Artrntm Asatr.
New Yobk, Oct. 11. A search is being
mnde for George Brereton, a boy ol
twelve, who m b4ieved to brr beon
and taken on boon! a' vessel
bound for China. Ho yraa with two
other boys in Cky Ilall Park when thy
were all entkei uway by strange men anil
became separated. Tho other two boys
became convinced that rher were beinir
deceived and escaped. In his search Police
Detective Hart came acro a boy
whom he took for Ureroton in the Gloln'
Dime Museum, in the Bowery. He
tiroved to be Francis Whistler, another
boy of twelve, who had disappeared from
his home in Catawba street, St. Louis,
three weeks ago. Ho was confiuod at police
headquarters.
A STHEET DUEL.'
Grent Excitement in frontor the
City IIhIL
BALTiMonK, Oct. 1 1. James Busoy, a
well-known Democratic politician, was
shot and mortally wounded by Wru. Harris,
in a pistol duel, in front of the City
Hall, at noon. Women fainted and spectators
fled in all directions. When Busey
fell wounded, Harris held him down aud
beat him terribly over tho bead with his
Sistol, a forty-two caliber English kill
og. Immense crowds of politicians art;
now thronging the City Hall clamoring
for news, and a large force of police are
keeping them at bay. All work in tho
public offices is suspended. Busy has
always been dangerous, and has killed several
men. The tragedy is the result of an
old political feud.
MOODY AND SANKEY.
Almost Mobbing Thorn In Llmrick,
Ireland.
Limrick, Oct. 11. The determined
opposition to the meetings of Messrs.
Moody & San key, the American Evangelists,
has caused considerable excitemant
here. A crowd of men and boys assembled
in front of tho theater in which the
meetings are held, last evening, and endeavored
by jeering and hooting to interrupt
the services. They were driven
away by the police, who will hereafter
guard the theater. Threats are freely
made that force will be used to prevent a
continuance of tho meetings.
Cold I)Ioo4lcl Murder.
Fuutxanu, Ore., Oct. 11.---Five murders
havo been committed in Grant
county during the past six months, three
of wlrich haw been cold-blooded, mysterious,
almirs. The body of Wm. Bonner
was found in a cabin on the John Day
river. The remains were docompsed and
a bullet hole was in the skull. The cabin
had been rifled of its contents, including
considerable money, and Bonner's hore
was stolen. There is no clue to tho murderer.
I ui p r t a n f 4 r Tr ii c.
Vjexna, Oct. 1L A party of
soldiers attacked and captured an
AiMtrian military post Velean Pass in the
Carpathian mountains, alleging that the
Barracks stood upon Roumanian territory.
A company ol Austrian troops
came to tlw rescue of the garrison and
recaptured tho station, taking rixty of the
Roumanians prisoners.
KonmnUoBul Divorce Salt.
Milwaukeu, Wis., Oct 1L Frank
Marion Sunders, senior member of Sanders
& Wharton, a leading commission
firm of this city, wa sued for divorce by
his wife who avers Stat- ho is an habitual
drunkard, has repeatedly ill-treated and
threatened to shoot hex. The suit is
as tho partis ore wealhty and
well connected.
Invited to Kcmiku.
New York, Oct. 11. Mayor Edson has
sent a letter to the Commissioner of Accounts,
Wm. P. Sherman, asking for his
resignation. When asked hrs reason ior
this action, tho Mayor stated one reason
was that Sherman had furnished for publication
the informationtontaincd in
report on tlio coupon frauds
before it was furnished to him, tho mayor.
But main auibo was that Mr. Sherman did
not devote enough of h'u time to tho duties
of hi office.
lien. Uuttcrworth Offered formula.
HloucrHUlp or PntcntM.
Wahiiwjto.v, Oct. 11. Edgar M. Marble
hus tendered his resignation as
of Patents, to tako effect Oct. 31.
It was accepted by Secretary Teller in a
complimentary letter. Tho position has
been tendered to the Hon. Ben. Butter-worth,
of Ohio.
New York Mercantile Exchange. '
New Yoiik, Oct. 11. Th Mercantile
Exchange voted to-day in favor of a resolution
authorizing tho appointment of a
building committee to talio steps to erect
a building for the Exchango at the corner
of Uarribou and Hudson streets.
Catuollc Iri Hilled.
Rocitestjjb, N. Y.', Oct. 11. Father
Rosing, a Catholic priest was struck by
tlie Niagara excursion tram at Lancaster
Wednesday afternoon and his body was
badly mangled.
Irvine Off tor America.
London, Oct 1L Mjt. Ilenry Irving
and Miss Terry have sailed on the steamer
Britannic for New York.
HO ! FOR CINCINNATI !
Fifth Street, Opposite the Fountain.
-Every floor of their immense
CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES,
and FURNISHING GOODS, bought by them for CASH at ridioulouslylow prices, and will bo sold without
any regard to aotual values. Wo want everybody visiting Cincinnati to come and see how our stores
are paoked with goods. We want everybody to take advantage of our limitless stook and laughably LOW
prices. It is customary for some merohants to put on big profits at tho beginning of a soason, but we are
not of that number.
An Average Profit of Five Per Cent.
Is all wo want, for wo rely on tremendous sales to see us safely through the soason.
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 '
O. R. MABLEY & CO.,
Fifth Street, Opposite the Fountain.
A IIONAN'8
BOOT AND SHOE ST0EE.
Custom work a specialty. Large stock. All
kinds at lowest prices.
No. -17, Market stree , two doors below D. A.
Richardson & Co.'s grocery.
a4d&wly M A YSVILLFJ. KY.
c A SIMON,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
Becond street.Inext door to Dr. Martin's,
apllidly M AYSVILLE. KY.
TOHX T. FLEMING.
INSURANCE AGENCY.
Represents tbe London and Liverpool and
Globe, German American, of New York, and
Phenlx, ol Brooklyn. Also ageut for Blue
Lick Water. Office corner of Front and
apllTdly
T W. GALimAlTII,
ATTOKNEY AT LAW,
Itcal Est nlc mill t'ollcctliitr Agency.
Third street, near Court house,
mylOly MAY8V1LLE. KY.
YlcHOUUtE HOITON,
Have Just received from the manufnctuiersn
full Hue ol seasonable goods for the tall aud
winter trnde. Jemis, Flannells, Blankets,
Hosiery, Clonks, Dolmans, Paletot aud
Call In and seo them and et pi Ices.
Vf IKS EOC FOWLING,
FASHIONABLE MILLINER.
Fall Hats, Millinery Goods Bonnets, Ribbons,
Flowers aud Millinery Goods generally.
Entile satisfaction auarameed lu all cases.
Second, opposite Opera House, maytly
M. F, MARS IT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Jnntlco of the Pence,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AQENT.
Will advertise and sell real estate. No charges
whatever unless a sale Is consummated.
Deeds, mortunpes o. written at rates as low as
auy ouo's. Office Library Building, Button
street.
MKS. A. J. WILLIAMS.
CARPETS,
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will be sold CHEAP for the next thirty days,
Call and seo them,
mchSJOly Ho. 29, Salt Second Street,
M. AKCII DEACON,
(Formerly Miss Maggie Rasp,)
FASHIONABLE MILLINER.
lms Just receive! a full supply of Fall and
Winter Millinery Goods. Hats, Bonnets,
Laces, ntbbons,Trln)iulugs and all seabouable
novelties. Tho ladles nre Invited to call.
Market street, nlitfly MAYSVILLE.
M ItS. 9IAKY E. THOMAS,
Dealer In
Millinery and Notions,
Announces that she has Just received her
fall stock, which will be found very
aud that she lms also seemed the ner.
vices of an accomplished trimmer from 01n
cinuatl. One price only.
13 E. Becond sU, a9d!y MAYSVILLE, KY.
TVTO.SE DAl'LTON A- IJHO.,
GOOD INTENT
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full Hue ofnll kinds of vebloles on hand
for sale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by
day, weok or month. Largest and best appointed
Livery Stable In the west. Prices as
low aH uny. Bost attention to vehicles stored.
Telephone connection. No. -If) and 42 west
Second St., aptfdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
VEW FIIIM,
BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(Successors to Cooper A Bls&et,
DcnterN in StovoM, HmiiccH, Mnrblelzed
Mitn(elN,iiit man ttfiicturorH of Till,
Copper ami Sheet Irou Ware.
Special attention paid to tin roofllng, gutter
and spouting. Practical plumbers, gas and
steam fitters. Wrought Iron aud lead pipes,
&o. All work attended to promptly and
warranted.
23 E. Hvnnd st aSdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
establishment ispaoked'wiih
WINDHORST & BLUM,
Merchant
wWNcnrly opposite nniik of Mnysvllle, Becond
PAII STYLFS JUST RECEIVED. We are receiving continually a
TmUf W I ladO flesh Supply or Domestic and Impoited Cnsslmeres of
una fn rf.vi itbiV7US.AuljE.. nvl 5n vinfV61 'ect aud our work first-class In every P6p6d3mo res pect
pEOHOE IX. IIEISEK,
:Dealer In:
GROCERIES,
Pineapple Hams. Home-made Yeast Cakes.
maySJdly SECOND STREET.
f A, MEANS,
FURNISHING UNDERTAKER.
Full Hue of Burial Robes aud all at tides required
by the undertaking trade. Orden
piomptly attended to day or nluht.
ni30ly A'o. 61. East Second Street,
O J. DAUGIIEKTY.
No. 6, West Becond Street.
IVIARJBJL.E YARD.
Monuments, Tablets aud Headstones always
on hand. Orders by mall will receive
the same prompt atteutlon as If delivered In
person. aplSdly
ry F. KIFF,
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work Droinntlv and satisfactorily done.
Terms reasonable. Front street, be'ween
Market aud Button. apUOdly
pAVL D. ANDEHSON,
dentist;
A'o. 21 Mmrket St., nearly opp. Ceixtral Hotel,
Office Open at all Hours. MATS VILLE, KI
miyl31y.d.
TU. DEWITT C. FltANKLIN,
DENTIST,
BJTNext door to Bank of ms3
Mh!
T R. T. II. Ifc. SMITH,
DENTIST.
Will devote his whole time to the preservation
of the natural teeth. Dr. C. V..Vardlo
will take charge ol all tho mechanical work,
such as gold, sllvor.coutinuousgum, celluloid
and rubbor plates. nichSldly
p S. MINKK A- IJRO,
Dealers in
Boots, Shoes, Leather
And FINDINGS,
No. 1, Secoud, cor. Sutton streets,
nichSldly MAYSVILLE, KY.
TTUNT A- DOYLE,
Every new shade In
DRESS GOODS,
Crushed Strawberry, Electric Blue, Egyptian
etc., and new Trlnnnlugs to match.
Secoud St., mchSlly MAYSVILLE; KY.
ri II. TIIAXEL.
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
solutoly pure candles. Fresh bread of all
kinds. Furnishing weddings aud parties a
speohilty. Prices low. may-id ly
niGNEW A- ALLEN,
STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE,
mantels, etc. Solo agents for the celebrated
viu uuu uuttuut niuvuo, nuuuUK UUU BUI"
terhiB promptly and satisfactorily done.
of Market and Third streets, A. R. Glascock's
old stand. apUOdlw
xomta.:
Xj33
TAILORS,
XTANCEY & ALEXANDER,
OLD KELIAISLE
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES.
Vehicles ol all kinds. Rood stock and eareful
I drivers. Horses icept by the day. or week on
reasonable terms. Secoud St., between Market
and Limestone.
TIT AYSVILLE DTE IIOVSE.
DYEING and CLEANING
In Silk and Woolen Goods, Dresses, Shawls,
Rlbbousin nil coloi. Gentlemen's clotliltiK
Cleaued and Dyed Front street, below Hill
House. s21 JOSEPH RBENNER, Dyer,
vir n. MATHEWS A CO..
nufacturers and Dealers lu
Building and Dressed Lumber,
Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash,
Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hoirshonds, Ac.
mcuSOly MA YS VILT.E, JTY.
tf B. OLDHAM,
PLUMBER,
Sanitary Engineer. Gas and
Dealer In plumber's goods, Pumps, Hose.
Sower Pipes, Lead audi Iron Piping, Steam
aud Water Gauges. No. 8 west Second street,
opposite Gelsel's grocery,
aplTdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
pEO. COXA SON,
Dealers In Staple and Fancy
D:R5r
SECOND STREET.
mchSlIy MAYSVILLE, KY.
EstaTolislicd. 1865.
EQUITY (GROCERY.
,G. W. GOBISEXj,
No. U,W. Second St., Opp, Opera House,
Frultsnnd Vegetable'sln season. Your patron-ao
respectfully solicited. (HUlv
TTrlUTE A- OUT.
FUH2TITTTHE.
We will not bo undersold by auy house In
Kentucky or at Cluclunatl, It we nave hall a
chance,
nichSldly . MAYSVILLE, KY,
ny W. LYNCH,
Manufacturer of nud Dealer lu
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladles' and children's fine shoes a specialty
Custom work made to order, Repairing neatiy
and piomptly done at moderate churges.
No. 41 Market steetUEast side.
aJly MAYSVILLE, KY
TjmANK DEVINE,
.Manufacturer of
O JL C3KAIR?3 a
Proprietor of the celebrated brands: Hold
the Fort, Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard.
Best cigars lu tho market. Full variety of
smokers' articles.
Secoud street, atly MAYSVILLE, KY.
MEAT STORE.
KIRK has oponed a dally meat mar-.
RO. on Market street, noxt door to R. U.
Lo vol's, and will keep all kinds of fresh meat
at reanonablo prices and will doltver It lu auy
part of tho city. Call and see mo.
aMdOm It. O, KIRK.

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