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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY EVE., OCTOBER 16, 1883. 7,40 enr tlon, each week of tho Daily and Wsbkly Bullbtih. Advertisers are invltod to call and bh.su re theraaelve o( th truth of tue statenieul, and tuoy are requested to boar In minii thai our raw for Advertising are the lowest. No new cases of yellow fever have appeared at Pensacola. Senator Bayami says the result in Ohio insures the election of a Democratic President. Davis, of West Virginia, is said to be a candidate for Govcrnoi of that State. The now taritl schedule has reduced taxation .in the last three months about 520,000,000. Mrs. Lakgtry has arrived at New York. She is accompanied by Mrs. her mother. - r The business failures in the United States last week numbered one hundred and eightyseven. The total vote of Brown county, Ohio, at tho recent election was 0.991, and of i this 3,519 votes were cast for prohibition. IIknuy Ward Belcher is lecturing to tho Texa3 cow-boys on religion. Henry is certainly supplying "a long felt want." The wheat crop of the United States for 1883 is estimated to bo 400,000,000 bushels, and tho corn crop 1,600,000,-000 bushels. The Republicans of New York deny that their chances of success have been seriously affected by tho loss of Ohio to tho Democrats. Phil. B. Thompson, Jr., Milton J. Dur" ham, James B. McCreary and Nat. Robinson are probable aspirants for Congress in the Eighth District for the next term. The Attorney General of Illinois, has decided that all railroads in that State are under tho supervision of the railroad Commission, and must make reports to that body. i m - i A convention of the colored people of Virginia, held recently at Richmond, calls upon their race to abandon Mahone, avoid antagonizing the whites and stand up for Republicanism. The steamer Coptic, which sailed from San Franci&co last week, carried away about twelve hundred Chinamen. It is said every one of tho number took ofF with him from $300 to $1,000. The total vote in Ohio was 711,091. The prohibition vote (estimated) was 320,003. This gives a majority against prohibition of 70,375. The oflicial count is not likely to make much change in these figures. m i. i A link of rail i cm u is to ue uuilt by tho Kentucky Union from Winchester to Troublesome Creek, on the Kentucky river, a distance of about sixty-eight miles. Tho line will run through a valuable coal country. Govuunoii Knott has issued a proclamation ottering a reward of SG00 for the capture of Isaiah Onan, James Estes and Harrison Washburn, who so brutally assaulted and committed rape upon the person of Mrs. Curtissand her daughter at Sand Riffle, in Franklin county, . .. , . , m - Tun now postal notes aro already being used to some extent as currency, but it isn't likely that they will get into general circulation when it is thoroughly understood that they can only bo cashed at the post office upon which they are drawn, and must be presented within thrco months after date. The Chinese nre golnr. Ever day or so we read of a boiler explosion or terrible railroad disaster, and it's nn odd list, indeed, of killed and wounded that doesn't show at least half a having shared'iu tho death-dealing vihitation. At this rate it may take years to get entirely rid of our unwelcome guests, but we shall worry through it. All wo need is time. , It is reported that "despito the many assertions said to bo made on authority from Gieystono that Samuel J. Tilden would under no circumstances consent to bo tho Presidential candidate of tho Denioeiatic party in ISSi, it may bo sot down thnt a desperate ollbrt will bo made to nominate tho old ticket with tho full knowledge and consent of tho two gentlemen most directly interested." Tho wifo and daughter of tho late Montgomery Blair aro still living at tho Silver Springs, Md.. homestead. The youngest son is at Princeton College. m David Davis, during his stay in Washington, always lived in n second-class hotel, and was, beyond doubt.Jtho closest man ovor in public life. It is said that ho would dispute with tho apple-woman in tho Sonato hall oyer tho price of an apple. I'aslilou Notes. French dressmakers pad the hips of now dresses for women of slight figure. Cabbage bows otherwise rosettes of velvet ribbon trim autumn bonnets, hats and dresses. Vandyked flounces bound with velvet or white satin ribbon nre used to trim skirts of now woolen and silk dresses. Plaid or striped skirts with tunics to match, and u tailor-made coat of cloth or a woven Jersey, will bo tho regulation dress for schoolgirls this winter. Wild roso pink will bo a fashionable color for the thick corded silk gowns worn as dinner and reception dresses this winter, and by tho bridesmaids at October weddings. Natty cutaway jackets with checked waist-coats are worn with plain skirts of dark wool, with a simple hem,.and gathered into the waistband or plaited alike all around. Now ball dresses aro of colored telle spotted with chenille. They aro draped over satin of tho same color, and have a low, sleeveless bodice, worn with a fichu of tho folded telle. Surah chemisetts, made with very full gathers or close plaitings, fill up the front of cashmere dresses in square pla tron shapo just below tho neck, or they extend to the point of tho dress below tho waist. Satin is not to bo superceded by Ottoman silk or velvets, for at least another season. Among the richest dress patterns as yet exhibited are those of plain eatin with several yards richly embossed wiiu veivei oi gay colors in orancues oi nowers. Black Russian lambskin is the fur that will bo most used for trimming cloth dresses and cloaks. Epaulet pelerines of this glossy, wavini: fur will be worn accompanied by small flat mutTs with square corners. A favorite way of making morning crowns is to plait tho bodice in fine plaits from the throat and imprisoning the waist in a wide belt of velvet fastened by a silver buckle ; tho plaiting below the belt forms a frill that covers tho hips. New fans have tho favorite gray dove's plumage mounted on sticks of grav wood or bluebird's feathers on mother-of-pearl. Most curious of all aro tho fans nude of owl's feathers, having an owl's head with eyes on tho frame work. m For anil About Women. Wagner's widow still refuses to see visitors, and her home presents a dismal and funeral aspect from the outside, A Russirn princess of remarkable beauty, it is rumored will make her debut in Washington society this winter. The strongest evidence yet presented that Miss Hill has a real claim on Sena tor Sharon is that he once called her Baby." Mrs. E. Lynn Linton, tlie English story writer, is over sixty vears of age, but still works indefatigabfy and keep3 up her social duties. It is now generally known that Pore Hyucinthe's wife, who accompanies him on a trip to this country, U a Miss of Wisconsin. " Nebraska women have established a paper of their own, called the Woman's Tribune, and ha vim; as the motto, " Equality before the law " Threo Years' pmiRtmit Rt.iulv in Ttnlv. says an exchange, will make an American girl know too much to sing in church and too little to be useful in opera. An Iowa woman claims that George AumibtiMtialadidu't know what he was talking about when lie said America is a woman's kingdom; for she says, it is just the opposite. On tho occasion of the marriage of Miss Knight, tho daughter of the Lord Mayor of London, to Mr. Aitkens, the other day, tho eight bridesmaids wore dresses oi white brocaded silk adorned with wreaths of Virginia creeper. A True Fish Story. Lexington Advertiser. Col. Alex. Morgan, of Green Cove, Florida, who is now hero on a visit, savs the published storv of a catflsh swallow-ins Senator Heck's eye glasses is true. Col. Morgan's hotel runs out to the edge of St. John's river, and immense numbers of catfish are in tho habit of congregating at the wharf to eat scraps thrown from the kitchen. A bone, piece of meat, or garbage of nnv kind, if thrown into the water, is seized and devoured bv these fish, which light like dogs over the food. They swarm around bv thousands anil aro as voracious as sharks. Col, Morgan says he does not allow any one to catch theM) scavenger catfish, as they aro not good to eat Somo of them aro four feet long. If one stamps upon the wharf the fish come swarming in tmm nil l!rP. itions, rolling and tumbling over each othor like hogs trying to getatasuill I tmillfh. ThftV will fiPl7ft niul nwnllntv j anything thrown to them, quch as ci gars, nans, touacco, buttons or While leaning over tho wharf watching these fish Senator Beck's eye elapses dropped into the water. A lug ihh swallowed them and ran away, mucu to tho disgust of the Ninator, Tito Jncqnitli Spindle. JJaysvillk, Kw, Oct. 15, 1SS3. Ed. Jiulhtin ; In your issue of this dy I saw an extract from tho Courier-Journal of the 12th noticing Mr. Jacquith's spindlo, aud as if contained ono or two iuncurnciesnnd knowing thorn to bo so, I would say that tho frame was stinted at 0,o00 and 12,500 respectively, and was not confined to No. 40 yarn, he having spun No. 80 for some hours as successfully as No. 40, and that Mr. Jaequith had seen some of his spindles running hero in tho mill at Muysville at an earlier dato than Monday last, and that such a statement leading persons to believe that tho spindlo was wholely untried previous to its exhibition before the public is erroneousand might bo used by unprincipled parties to his disadvantage and that Monday was only the date at which he increased it to 18,000 or more critically 18,280. Respectfully yours, James S.Stueetku. ... - i Tho competition of Mexican -women was too much for a man who started a laundry at Corpus Christ!, Texas. HO ! FOR CINCINNATI ! 0, ft, MaBUY CO, t Fifth Street, Opposite the Fountain. j&TEvory floor of thoir immonso CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES, and GOODS, bought by thorn for CASH nt ridiculously low prices, and will be sold without any regard to actual values. Wo want everybody visiting Cincinnati to oomo and seo how our storos aro paokod with goods. Wo want everybody to take advantage of our limitloss stock and laughably LOW prices. It is customary for somo 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 wo want, for wo rely on tremondous sales to seo us safely through tho 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 O. R. MABLEY & CO., Fifth Street, Opposite the Fountain. HO NAN'S BOOT km SHOE STORE. Custom work a specialty. Large stock. All kluds at lowest prices. No. 47, Market stree , two doors below D. A. Rlchaidsou & Co.'s grocery. ald&wly MAYSVILLE, ICY. p AJIJIOX, 'PHOTOGRAPHER, Second street,!next dooi to Dr. Martin's apIOdly MAYSVILLE, KY. rOIEX T. FLEMING. INSURANCE AGENCY. Represents tlie Loudon and Liverpool and Globe, German American, of New York, and Phenlx, of Brooklyn. Also ajent tor Hluo Lick Water. Qfflce corner of Front and Sutton streets. apllTdly 1" W. UALHUA1T1I, J ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ileitl Estufouml Collecting Affciicy. Third street, near Comt houe, mylOly MAYSV1LLK. KY. cJOOUULE fc JIOLTON, M Have Just received from tho manufactuiers a full lino of seasonable goods for the fall uud winter trade. Jeans, FJannells, Bhmkets, Hosiery, Cloaks, Dolman, Paletots and Jerseys. Call In and see them aud et piices. jIftS LOU FOWLING, FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Fall Hats, Millinery Goods, Bonnets, Ribbon, Flower mid Millinery Goods generally. Entire sullMaciion guaranteed In all cases. Second, opposite Opera House, ruayily l tfAUSU. M ATTOKSEY AT LAW, Jnatlce of tlio Pence, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. Will advertiseandsel real estnte. No charges whatever unless n tale Is consummated. Deeds, mortgages Ac. written at rates as low as any one's. OUice Library Building, Sutton street, TITUS. A. J. WILLIAMS OABPBTS, Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will be sold CHEAP for the next thirty days, Call and see them. mchiSOly "o. 29, East Second Street. JI.AlIl)EACON, (Formerly Miss Maggie Rasp,) FASHIONABLE MILLINER. has Just received a full supply of Fall and Winter Millineiy Goods, flats, Ronnets, Luces, Rlbbousnimmluifs and ull seasonublo novelties. The ladles ate invited to call. Market street, nW3ly MAYSViLLE. US. 3IA11Y E. THOMAS, M Dealer In Millinery and Notions, Announces thnt she has Just received her 'all stock, which will bo found very attractive and that .she has also seemed the services of an accomplished trimmer fioin Clu ciuuatl. Ono pilce only. 13 E. Second sU, aftMy MAYSVILLE, KY. OSE IAVLTON A: UIIO.f W GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full lino of all kinds of vehicle on hand forsale, hire or exchange. Hornos kept by day, week or mouth. Largest and best an polluted Livery Stable In tho west. Prices as low as any. Rest attention to vehicles stored. Telophono connection. No. 10 aud 12 west Second Htl, apl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. B1SSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA, (Successors to Cooper & BUset, Dealers In NUvc,IUuiB, ?InrlilelECtl Miiutelrt,iuul lunnufUetnrerH of Tlu, Copiiur ami Sheet Iron Ware, Special attention paid to tin rootling, gutter and spouting. Practical plumbers, gas and steam fitters. Wrought iron and lead pipes, Ac, All work attended to promptly and warranted, 23 E. Kwmd st a9dly MAYSVILLE, KY. establishment is packed wiih WINDHORST & BLUM, uLBS X'O OXT jQl. 33 Xj 33 Merchant TAILORS, WXonrly opposite Dank of MnyNvlIIc, Second street."TO CAI I CTVI CC JUST RECEIVED. We are recelviug continually a Ir4Ra OI I LCO Fiesh Supply oi domestic and Imported Cassitueres of tiie Lu test myles. We Kumuntee perfect satisfaction and our work first-class in every respect mid our PRICES REASONABLE. ep6d3mo pLOHOE 1I.1IKISEII, :Dealer in: GROCERIES, Pineapple Hams. Home-made feast Cakes. may30dly SFCOND STREET. r A, MKANS, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full line of Uuilal Robes and all articles re quired by the undertaking tmde. Older promptly auenueu jo uay or mgui. mauiy xp.ui, rM9i orctmu otreg. n J.lKlUGIIVltTY. S ' No. 6, West Second Street. MARBLE YARD. Monuments. Tablets and Ileadstoues al ways on hand. Oiders by mall will receive the same prompt attention as If delivered lu person. nplttdly T1 F. K1FF, BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALL HOURS. Work nromntly and satisfactorily done. Terms reasonable. Front street, between Maiket aud Sutton. apUOdly pAUL i). AXUEK30K, DENTIST, HffW ATo.21 Market 8t.tnearlyopp. Central Hotel, Qfflce Open at all Hours. MAXSVIhLEKy maylSly.d. nn.icwrrr c. fhanklin. DENTIST, ttirNoxt door to Rank of sod TU.T.1I.A. SMITH, DENTIST, Will devote his wholo time to the preservation of tho natural teeth. Dr. C. V. Waidlo will take charge ol all the mechanical work, such as gold, silver,coutlnuousgum, celluloid and rubber plates. mchSldly r s. MiNiuitV imo, Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Leather Ami FTNVJJVGS, No. 1, Second, cor, Sutton streets, mcuSldly MAYbVILLE, KY, TJIIXT A- JOYLi:t Every new shade in DRESS GOODS, Crushed Strawberry, Electric Blue, Egyptian etc., and new Ttlmmtugj to match. Second St., mchSUy MAYSVILLE, KY, U If. TIIAXKL, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ice cream parlors openlfor tho seasou. Ab solutely puie caudles. Fresh bread of all kinds. Furnishing weddlugs aud parties a specialty, Prices low, mayidly HGXEW A ALLEN, STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, mantels, etc. Sole agents for the celebrated Omaha and Leader stoves. Rooting and promptly and satisfactorily done. of Market and Third streets, A. H. Glascock's old stand, apllOdlw y AN'CEY A ALEXANDER, OLD RELIABLE LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES, Vehicles of all kinds, good stock aud eareful drivers. Horses kept by the day, or week on reasonable terms. Second St., between Market and Limestone. VTAYNVILLE I1 E HOUSE. DYEING and CLEANING In Silk ntid Woolen Goods Dresses, Shawls, Hlbbonslu all colors. Gentlemeu's clothing Cleaned and Dyed Frojt street, below Hill Motive. 821 JOSEPH KBENXEU, Dyer, J ILMTATIIEWH A CO., W Manufacturers and Dealers In Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash, Staves, Feuclug, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac. incnftly MA YHVILhE, iTY. S. U.OLDIIAM, PLUMBER, Sanitary Engineer, Gas and Steam-fitter. Dealer in plumber's goods, Pumps, Hose, Sewer Pipes, Lead aim Iron Pining, Steam aud Water Gauges. No, 8 west Second street, opposite Geisel's grocery, apUdly MAYSVILLE, KY. pEO.C'OXdcHON, Dealers In Staplo and Fancy :d:ry" oooids, SECOND STREET. rach3Uy MAYSVILLE, KY. Estatollslxoa. 1865. EQUITY GROCERY. Cr. W. GEISEL, No.O.W. Seroml NU.Opp.Opern House, Fruitsand Vegetablesin season. respectfully solicited, fUdlr TTTIIITIS as OUT, Wo will not bo undersold bv auv hoiue in Kentucky or at Clnciuuatl, il we have hali a chance inchJldly MAYSVILLE, KY, Yy W. LYNCH, Manufacturer of aud Dealer in BOOTS AND SHOES. Lodles'and children's flu o shoes a specialty Custom wot k made to order, Hepali lug neatly ami promptly done nt moderate chatges. No. 4lMarkol8teutt,East side. ally MAYSVILLE, KY puiAXK jievim;, Manufacturer of Propriolor of the celebrated brands: Hold tho Foit, Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard. Best cigars iu tlie market. Full variety of smokers' articles. Second street, nlly MAYSVILLE, KY. MEAT STORE. RO, KIRK has opened a dally meat mar- ket on Market street, next door to H. B. Lovel's, and will keep all kinds of fresh meat at reasonable ptlces and will deliver it iu any part of the city. Call and see mo. aHdOiu . H, O. KIRK.