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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY EVE., OCTOBER 22, 1883.
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V,
Thu fthoTa number represents the circula
tion, each week of th Daily nnd Tkbklt
BULlhtl. AdtertUers are lurlted to oaU
and assure tbenuelve or thw tratu of the
statetnuut, Hud tby are requested to bear In
mind that onr r ws for advertising Are the
lowest
A REcirnociTV treaty between this
country and Mexico will be considered
as soon us the Senate gets to work again.
Why go about with that aching head ?
Try Ayer's Pills. They will relievo the
stomach, restore the digestive organs to
healthy action, remove the obstructions
that depress norves and brain, and thus
cure your headache permanently. i
A St. Louis judge refused to grant an
injunction against the proprietors of the
restraining them from publishing
or destroying short hand notes of
testimony made before the grand jury
against the gamblers. He took the
ground that the court had no right to interfere
with the liberty of the press.
Compulsory attendance at school in
England appears to bo a moral success.
In 1S69 English boys and girls to the
number of 10,314 were convicted of crime.
In 1870 the number of conylctions was
reduced to 7,212, and last year to 5,433.
This shows that during the last fifteen
years the number of juvenile crimes has
( diminished about one-half, and compulsory
attendance at school gets the credit
for bringing about tho gratifying change.
The Colored Baptists in convention at ,
Wyandot, Kansas, representing a number
of the Western States and territories
adopted resolutions protesting
against the late decision of the
Supreme Court on civil rights. They
charge tho responsibility of tho decision
upon the Republican party, and give notice
to all political parties in a very general
way that they intend to hold whatever
ground they command as enfranchised
American citizens.
Pkoqressive public opinion and tho
natural instincts of humanity and fuir
play to all are doing more for tho plain
rights of the colored people than tho
Civil Rights bill ever did or could do by
force of legislation. Hence there is less
reason for regret than would have been
tho caso under other circumstances, that
tho present condition of the law obliged
tho Supremo Court of tho United States
to declare certain sections of the "Civil
Rights" act of Congress to be unwarranted
by tho Constitution.
The Cincinnati Commercial G.izetto
says: Kentucky justice U sometimes
almost as swift as the New Jersey article.
Judge Perkins opened Court in Bracken
county Friday morning, heard tho Smith !
murder trial, sentenced the defendant to
tha penitentiary for life, heard
for a new trial in theBrockman
case, overruled the motion, continued
the severe sentence previously announced,
and adjourned Court in time for an
early dinner. In Frankfort two colored
men were placed on trial at 2 p. m. for
house-breaking. At 4 o'clock they weio
being put at work in the penitentiary.
For and About Women.
A lady's school for wood carving and
modeling is to be opened in St. Louis
Tho admission of women to the University
of Louisiana is being agitated.
A female cornet soloist has been Introduced
into one of Hartley Campbell's
plays.
Anna Dickson has the honor of having
'taken the first mule to the top of Pike's
Teak.
Georce Elliott's greatest novel, according
to Turgeniell, was "The 31111 on tho
JFloeB."
A monument is to be erected at
Mass., to the memory of Adelaide
rhillipps,
,
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Educational Notes.
All other cilltims me by calm behet,
JteUnud to those who uuderMaiidthein best,
hut owry wordy, theoretic leech
Cau tell the toucher how he oiuht to tench.
Under a law pa-ed in Spain on the
flth of last July, foinali teachers will receive
tho same salaries us those paid
male teachers.
Tho number of children now at school
in Great Britain is 4 330,000, while at
tho time tho compulsarv education act
was pasped, it was 1,000,000.
During tho last decade nearly one
hundred million dollars have ben given
to aid in educational work in the United
States by individual citizens. Twelvo
millions were given in last year alone.
The young ladies in La Sella Seminary
(Illinois) in timo past have had courses
of lessons in dressmaking, millinery and
cooking. Artothor wise step in advance
will give them instruction this year in
phonography by one of tho best reporters
in Boston. Next year thev are to
have military drill. What next 7
In making n littlo farewell speech at
tho closo of her pchool, a Boston teach or
told her pupils she hoped they would all
return after vacation, resolved that they
would civo up all bad habits. A little
girl probably feeling that tho'speech deserved
sorno response, nroso and said,
j' Tho same to you ma'am,"
Mrs. Amanda Smith, well known in
religious circles as one of tho hardest
workers in tho cause of Christianity, has
just reached Monrovia, Liberia.
CONDENSED NEWS.
The Canton Chinamen no threaten ta4
fWtageat
The Martjtm of DomgU hem died ft!
Brighton, EagkuuL
The Hat chiefs faror a rxwarre
to France in Madagascar.
H Jfwsr York Atkletic dob game
vera gift pertpaooi uotil Deri Saturday,
Iwdor CohrrfeW, of Now York, h
kouefci PaW bey otaihoa Moxcy Cobb
for$lS00?
The Nw York DOirwksikrs claim to hv
rive Df pee kood ia the hghi with th
Herald.
Thereia no cptdomto of col
Htuoui m tho rarroondinff Not
York.
W. C Denny, a prominent church member
of Annsta, Gu, committed aoicida by
taking poison. He was a defaulter.
Amos Dwmelre, mi old sea-captain, formerly
of Lisbon. Ma, shot himself dead
at the rcidoooe of his son in Providence
K.I.
There are now 500 canes of trichinosis in
Saxony, and the death rate average twen
tv er own of the lotnl number of infections.
Samite! W. Prencotts and
Hitbuitdifup, sijuaui nour Wei res, New
Hatiiptthird, have bw. burned. Loss,
7,000; inmired for $4,5X).
Tho boat race, which
aas to have been rowed at Wheeliu:, hat
been postponed on account of rouh water
an til Monday afternoon.
All the New York papers have bitter
editorial on Hovey, who wiw huuged lust
Friday debouncing him as an unusually
brutal scoundrel.
A party of cow-boys made a raid on
Glendive, 200 miles West of Bismarck.
Tliey killed one man and rode out of town.
They were captured and lynched.
Judge Allen G. Thurman, of Ohio, is in
Washington to argue a case before the Su
prome Court, He is reported as saying
that he is not a candidate for Senator.
About 300 persons were presont at a concert
given at Cooper Union. New York.
Saturday evenings in aid of the CDonnell
defease fund. About fire hundred oollaia
waa realized.
Chief Justice Coleridge was tendered a
banquet Saturday night in Washington by
Justice Gray, of the Supreme Court, at
which a diirfincaUhedassemhlage wus present
Dr. Waher Foley, aged twenty-seven
year, .who graduated at Bellevne College
four yean ago and has since practiced in
Chicago and New York, coamuttod suicide
by taking morphine
The Democratic State Central Committee
of M.iachueU8 has nominated Mr. S.
A, H. Abbott as candidate for Lieutenant
Governor in place of lion. F. O. Prince,
who declined to stand.
James McDermott, who was recently acquitted
in Liverpool of the charge of being
implicated in a dynamite plot to blow up
public buildings in London, is, oicordint!
to the bet information, in Loudon
under the protection of the police authorities.
Candido Berti, a maudlin sentimental
Italmn'profesfor of music, jumped from
the roof of his mother's house, 237 Thir
tieth street, New York, and was so severely
injured that his life in despaired of. Disappointment
in lore is uid to have been
the caubeof the rush act.
An ArkuuHM CrJmliml Captiirrtl.
Cairo, 111,, Oct. 21. Sheriff Ilaskina. ol
Oceola, Ark., together with Mound City
Marshal Kosh and Deputy Sheriff Paintei
effected tho arrest of an Arkansas desperado
named J. P. Maupin, near Villaridge,
who is wanted in Arkansas for grand larceny,
and about all the other crimes in the
calendar. Maupin was out on bail, having
been indicted for grand larceny, and
suddenly disappeared. His wife swore he
was drowned, and soon after came to
to join tho fugitive. Having been
closely watched bv othcers, she waa followed
and her husband apprehended.
Hastings being prepared with a requisition,
the prisoner was taken to Osceola immediately.
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Missouri Grnulte.
Washington. D. C.. Oct 21. The Supervising
Architect of tho Treasury received
a sample of Missouri granite in connection
with a bid of a granite company in
St. Louis on the Pittsburg public building.
This particular variety ot stone attracted
considerable attention in the Arcllitect'i
oilice, and Mr. Hill pronounces it the tin est
specimen of building stone he has ever
seen. It is deemed chiefly remarkable for
its dark, Ach color and susceptibility ot
polish. Mr. Hill thinks the Pittsburg
building should be granite, and from the
lirelycompetition and low prices deems it
not improbable that it will yet be so.
True If Important.
CnicAoo, Oct. 21. A special from Lisbon,
Dakota, says that II. V. Griswold, E.
P. Baker, Yl F. Sargent, and Dr. Geo. C
Fry, all of Chicago, have just ostonihhed
the natives by opening up a rich gold discovery
in a ledge of rocks in a gulch nine
miles west of Lisbon. The gold was discovered
about three months ago, but kept
secret until now. Capitalists from St.
Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago, Fargo, and
Grand Forks have arrived. The wildest
excitement prevails. One hundred and
-twenty assays have been made of samples,
some assaying $210 and averaging $25 or
$30 to the' ton.
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A Ilallroml War.
Chicago, Oct. 21. There seems to be no
way out of what looks like an inevitable
war over pasftenper rates betwsen New York
and Chicago. The Delaware, Lackawana
& Western is in position to fight. Its connection
to Bufftdo is pronounced by railroad
men oao of the finest roads in the
country. Samuel Sloan, the President of
the Company, is generally regarded as an
aggressive man, and he has brought that
corporation up to a solid basis financially,
so tnat it means to push its way to the
front and command share oi
the bnsinefs of she Trunk lines. Tho war
once commenced, it will extend both ways.
MABLEYS.
I
BEST PLACE IN THE
CLOTHING
BOOTS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS !
It is the largest store of its kind in the Western country, and the
prices they ask for goods are lower than those charged by any other
house.
IT WHEN IN CINCINNATI.-
O. R. MABLEY & CO.,
66, 68, 70, 72, 74 and 76, W. Fifth Street.
A HONAN'N
BOOT &ND SHOE STORE.
Custom work a specialty. Large stock. All
kinds at lowest prices.
No. -17, Market siree ,two doors below D. A.
Richardson & Uo.'s grocery.
ald&wly MAY8VILLE.KY.
p ANJIOX,
'PHOTOGRAPHER,
Second 8treet,Juext door to Dr. Martin's
apltfdly M AYSVXLLE. KY.
TOIIN T.FIjEKIXG.
INSURANCE AGENCY.
Represents the Loudon and Liverpool and
Globe, German Ametlcan. of New York, and
Phenlx. ot Brooklyn. Also agent lor Blue
Lick Water. Ofllce corner of Fiont and Sut-ton
streets. upUTdly
r w.oAiiBUArriE,
ATTORNEY AT I,AWf
Reiil Kstntciuid Collecting Agency.
Third street, near Court house,
mylOly MAYSV1LLE.KY.
cdouuli; fc JIOIION,
M
Have lust received from tho manufacturers n
full Hue ot seasonable goods for the fall and
winter trade. Je.ms, Flannells, Blanket,
Hosiery, Cloaks, Dolmans, PaietoU and
Call In and see them and et pi Ices.
tl INS liOU 1'OWLIXG,
FASHIONABLE MILLINER.
Fall Hatfl, Millinery Goods. Bonuets,
Flowers and Millinery Goods generally.
Entire satisfaction suarauteed lu all cases,
Secoud, opposite Opera Ilouse. inay41y
M F.MAIWH,
ATfOItNEY AT IjAW,
JnHtico of the Peace,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
Will advertise and sell real estate. No charges
whatever unless a sale Is consummated.
Deeds, mortgage Ac. wrltteu at rates as low as
any one's. OiUce Library Building, Button
street,
TITHS. A. J. WILUAM8.
OABPETS,
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will be sold CHEAP for tho next thirty days,
Call and see them,
mchSOly JN'o. 29, Eait Second Street.
US. M. ARCHDEACON,
M
(Formerly Miss Maggie Rasp,)
FASHIONABLE MILLINER.
has Just received a full supply of Fall and
Winter Millinery Goods. Ilats, Bonnets,
Laces, RibbonsTrimmings and all seasonable
novelties. The ladles are invited to call.
Market street, aW3ly MAYSVILLE.
118. 9IAHY E TIIO.UAH,
M
Dealer In
Millinery and Notions,
Announces that she lias Just received her
all stock, which will be found very ftt
tiactlve and that she has also secured the ser
vices of an accomplished trimmer from Clu
cinnatl. One piice only.
13 E. ttecoml St., aOdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
TITOSE DA1TLTOX A- WHO.,
GOOD INTENT
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full line of all kinds ot vehicles on hand
for sale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by
day, week or month. Largest and best an
pointed Livery stable iu the west. Trices as
low as any. Best attention to vehicles stoied.
Telephone connection. No. -10 nud 42 west
Secoud St., nplTdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
VEW riltM,
BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(Successors to Cooper & Bisset,
Donlcr lu NtoYe,1liuiffefl,9fiirblotsecI
dliwitolM.uiHl mnmifnctiirers of Tin,
Copper iitiil tthcet Iron' Ware.
Special attention paid to tin rootling, gutter
and spouting. Practical plumbers, mw and
steam Utters. Wrought iron and lead pipes,
Ac, All work atteuded to promptly and
warranted.
23 E. Hwwid stM aWly MAYSVILLE, KY.
ON FOUNTAIN SQUARE,
IN CINCINNATI, OHIO,
is THE-
-XO
WINDHORST c& BLUM,
Merchant TAILORS,
n&'Senrly opposite RauU of Maysville, Second trot."
ETA I I QTVI ETC JUST RECEIVED. Wo are receiving continually a
rfcwiM U I I Im&O Fiesli Supply ol Domestic and Imported Casslmeres of
the Latest styles. We guaiauteoperfectsatlstactlon and our work first-class in every respect
and our PRICES REANABLE. wep6d3mo
tDealer In:
GROCERIES,
Pineapple Hams. Home-made Yeast Cakes.
maySOdly SECOND STREET.
r A, MKANN,
FURNISHING UNDERTAKER.
Full line of Burial Robes and all articles required
by the undertaking trade. Orders
piomptly atteuded to day or night.
mSuly jyo. 61, Eait Second Street,
O J,1AUG1IUTY,
No. 6, West Second Street.
MARBLE YARD.
Monuments, Tablets and Headstones always
ou hand. Orders by mall will receive
tho name prompt attention as It delivered in
person, apl3dly
ai F.KIFF,
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work promptly and satisfactorily done.
Teims reasonable. Front street, between
Market and Suttou. apUOdly
OAUL I). ANDERSON,
DENTIST
No 21 MmrketStunearlyopp. Central Hotel,
Office Open at all Hours. MATS VILLE, KY
mayl3iy,d.
rU. DEWITT C. FRANKLIN,
DENTIST,
tt9Next door to Baukof Maya
vlllo. ML
smrn,
DENTIST,
Will devote his whole time to the preservation
of the naturol teeth. Dr. C. v. Wardle
will take charge ot all the mechanical work,
such as gold, sliver, continuous gum, celluloid
and rubber plates, mchSIdly
p M.MINEU A- RRO,
Dealers lu
Boots, Shoes, Leather
And FTimmGS,
No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets,
mchSldly MAYSVILLE, KY.
TTUNT A mtYJLE,
Every new shado in-
DRESS GOODS,
Crushed Strawberry, Electric Blue, Egyptian
etc., and new Trimmings to match.
Secoud St., tnohSUy MAYSVILLE, KY,
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1 II. TRAXEL,
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ice cream parlors opeutfor the seosou.
pure candles. Fresh bread of nil
kinds. Furnlshlug weddings and parties a
specialty. Trices low. may4dly
HGNEW A ALIiEN,
STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE,
mautels, ete. Sole agents for the celebrated
Omaha and Leader stoves. Rooting and guttering
Promptly and satisfactorily done. Corner
of Market and Third streets, A. R. Glascock's
old Btaud. apiltkUw
WORLD
YANCEY V- ALEXANDER,
OLD RELIAUIiE
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES.
Vehicles of all kinds, good stock and eareful
drivers. Horses kept by the day, or week on
reasou able terms. Second St., betweou Market
and Limestone.
"ITAYHYIXIiE DY HOUSE.
DYEING and CLEANING
in Silk and Woolen Goods Dresses, Shawls,
Ribbons In nil colors. Gentlemen's clothing
Cleaned and Dyed Front stieet. below Hill
House. a2i JOSEPH RBENXER, Dyer,
II r 11.1IIATIIEW8 A CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Building and Dressed Lumber,
Laths, Shlugles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash,
Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac.
mcnSOiy MAYSVILLE, JEY.
C B. OLDHAM,
k
PLUMBER,
and Water Gauges. No. west Second street,
opposite Qolsol's grocery,
apUdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
pEO.COXAHON,
Dealers In Staplo and Fancy
JDttlZ: QOODS,
SECOND STREET.
mohSUy MAYSVILLE, KY.
EQUITY GROCERY.
Gr. W. GEISEL,
No, 9,W, Second Nt.tO). Opera IfonHO,
Frultsand Vesetablesln season. Your
respectfully solicited, lUdlv
WHITE OUT.
FXraNITXJHE.
We will not bo undersold by any house in
Kentucky or at Cincinnati, if we have half a
chance
wch31dly MAYSVILLE, KY,
YVT w IVYNCII,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladles' and children's fine shoes a specialty
Custom work made to order. Repairing neatly
and promptly done at moderate charges.
No. 41 Market steetUEast side.
n41y MAYSVILLE, KY
T
TjlItAXK JEVINE,
Manufacturer of
Proprietor of the celebrated brands: Hold
the Fort, Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard.
Rest cigars in the market. Full variety of
smokers' articles.
Second street, aHy MAYSVILLE, KY
MEAT STORE.
T O. KIRK has opened a dally meat
ket on Market street, next door to R. B.
Lovol's, and will keo) all kluds of fresh meat
at reasonable prices and will deliver It In any
part of the city. Call and soo mo.
aMdOra R.O. KIRK

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