THE DAILY BULLETIN
SATURDAY EVE., OCTOBER 27, 1883.
VThebor number-represents tha clrcula
1 1 on, each week of the DAlLTnnd ATkkklt
Bulletin. AdvertUera are Invited to call
and AmmiV themselves dl the truth of the
statement, ad tliey tiro requested to bear In
mind tbat oar rao for Advertising are th
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' 'A number of Texas ponies bronght to
Kentucky lately are salt! to bo hardly
worth the food they consume.
Kentucky and Southern Indiana are to
bo consolidated into one pension district,
with headquarters at Louisville.
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The Signal Service Bureau will
to extend the area of its usefulness
by tho display of signals on railroad
A car-load of carp is to be sent to the
Louisville Exposition by the Fish Corn-
mission, for distribution throughoutjthe
The Chinese aro swarming into San
Francisco and other points along tho
Pacific coast upon 1( traders' certificates,"
issued to them by tho Chinese Government.
The Grand Lodge of tho Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, in session at Stanford,
have voted to permanently locate
future meetings of tho Grand Lodge in
The Methodists of Indiana have agreed
to raise tho amount sufficient to procure
: r. W. C. DePauw's donation of $1,000,-000
to Asbury College. The name of
tho university will be changed to
Ik tho year 1882 only 15i percent, of
tho total imports and exports of tho
United States were carried in American
vessels. For tho fiscal year, which
ended Juno 30, 1883, the proportion was
10.28 per cent.
If tho Sandusky Register figures it
rightly, tho last political campaign in
Ohio cost tho managers, including State
and county committees, second amend-mentors,
and' liquor men, moro than
half a million dollars.
The monument over the gravo of
Thomas Jefferson at Morticella, Virginia,
provided for by joint resolution of Congress,
has been completed. It costs
$S,352 out of an apportionment of
leaving a balance of $1,018.
Justice Harlan, of tho Supreme Court,
pays that tho resolutions of the Frankfort
meeting of February, 1800, relating to
veto of tho Freedmen's bureau bill,
which ho signed, were written by Col.
Samuel B. Churchill, of Louisville.
Though numerous cases may operate
to turn tho hair gray, all that is needed to
restore tho natural color is Hall's Vegetable
Sicilian Hair Renewer, For more
than twenty years its sales have been
enormous, but wo have yet to hear of its
The growth of Texas is marvelous.
The increase in her taxable property
last year was $130,000,000. New counties
to tho number of eight were organized,
giving 200 in all. Besides this, there is
a territory twico as largo as the State of
Georgia not yet divided into counties.
The Lexington Transcript says: Senator
Williams denies that ho used any
money in tho election of Williams legislators.
Some of the people in n Fayette
county precinct, in which considerable
whisky was used at tho primary,
will probably reserve tho right to draw
their own conclusions concerning this.
The Mt. Sterling Sentinel says: Col.
R. J. Samuels, of Hazel Green, was
hero Mouday en route to Franklin, Pa.,
to meet the directors of tho Cincinnati
nnd South Eastern Railroad Company,
and it is proposed to put this road on its
feet again. Ho had samples of coals
from Breathit county to show to capitalists
and ho i3 shipping half a ton of coal
to Pennsylvania where a test of its quality
will bo made. The C. and S. E. will
pass through Hazel Green to Breathitt
nnd on to Virginia.
A meeting was held in Washingtor,
I). C, to consider tho decision of tho
Court that the Civil Rights bill U
unconstitutional. White .and colored
men of prominence wero present. Prof.
J. M. Gregory (colored) presided, and
Fred. Douglass, Colonel -Robert Ingersoll
Judge Shellabarger and Rev. Dr. Rankin
made speeches. Fred Douglass declared
that tho colored people had heon wounded
in tho house of their friends, and that
tho wound was too deep, too fresh and
too painful for tho measured speech of
ordinary occasions, lie declared th
decision had inflicted a heavy calamity
npon 7,000,000 of colored people in this
country, and had left them naked and
defenseless against tho action of a malignant,
vulgar and pitiless prejudice, and
that it presented tho United States before
tho world as a nation utterly destitute of
powor to protect tho rights of its own
Tho Trujh gives the following as a
speech by a prominent New York jour
nalist, at a recent press dinner, in reply
to tho toast, "The Independent Pres3 1"
"There is no such thing in America
as nn independent press unless it is out
in country towns. You are all slaves.
You know it and I know it. There is
notiono 6f vou that dares to oxnresa an
Tionest opinion. If you expressed it,
you would, know beforehand that it
would never appear in print. I am paid
$150 for keeping honest opinions out of
the paper I am connected with. Others
of you aro paid similar salaries for doing
similar things. If I should allow iionest
opinions to bo printed in one issue of
my pap'or, before twentyfour hours ray
occupation would bo gone. Tho man
who would bo so foolish as to writo honest
opinions would bo out on tho street
hunting for another job. Tho business
of a Now York journalist is to distort
truth, to Ho outright, to pervert, to vilify,
to fawn at tho feet of Mammon and to
diily bread or for what is about tho same,
his salary. .You know this and I know
it, and what foolery to bo toasting an
'Independent Press.' We aro tho tools
and vass.ils of rich men behind the
scenes. We are jumping-jacks. They
pull tho string and we dance. Our time,
our talents, out lives, our possibilities,
arc all the property of other men. Wo
are intellectual prostitutes."
That man was evidently in a sullen
humor and took an exaggerated view of
tho case. But it is entirely true that any
paid editor would be discharged from our
leading California journals if he published
a square, honest opinion on tho
drunkenness, and pauperism caused by
the wine interest hero, told the truth
about tho dram-shops, or if ho was so
honest as to publish twenty lines of a
speech by Miss Willard, after a full column
devoted to tho minuto details of a
A newlv installed imported cook at the
Hoffman House is paid tho large salary
ol 53,000 a year.
At some fashionable dinner parties
nowadays the garao comes to the table
with tho naturalfeathers on.
Machroni dinners, the food cooked in
several different ways, are increasing in
Bread for dinner parties, savs an exchange,
is now cut into small squares
relieved of the crust and cut as thin as
It is said to (ask the ability of a genuine
gastronome to detect the difference
between imported and native peas as now
Baltimore cooks mako a custard out of
cream, eggs, corn and coffee that is said
to create enthusiasm among bon vivants.
One ladleful of soup is all the social
law allows to each person at a dinner
party. It was Beau Brumel who described
a lout as one who was helped
twice to soup.
Thero is now a great difference in the
quality of sardines, both imported and
native, and tho latter aro widely sold
nowadays in French labeled boxes as the
genuine foreign urtiulo.
In Paris recently there was another
banquet of horseflesh, at which were
present a number of notable people, including
the Prefect of Police. As usual,
the feast as declared a reat success.
Sugared ginger in little square cakes is
the proper and fashionable thing to
servo with ice cream at dinner parties
nowadays. Tho gastronomic idea is stated
to be English, but it is no buch thing.
Advertisements luseiled under this bead
lng 10c per Hue for each insertion.
Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers.
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Insure with Sallee & Salleo. s2Sdlm
Children's cloaks and cloakings at
Hunt & Doyle's.
Buy your cloak from Hunt & Doyle,
they know how to fit you perfectly.
Fivo hundred dolmans, jackets and
cloaks at Hunt & Dovle's
Bring on the babies, Pictuies taken
instantaneously by Kackley at M. & K.'s
book store. o20dtf
October is the best month in tho year
to got good photographs. Kackley's
lightning photos are tho best ever taken
in Maysville. o20dtf
Old folks and nervous people should
go to Kackley's gallery for pictures by
the lightning process. Don't wait for
sunshine, any kind of weather will do,
Kackley's dry plates will do you up.
Saalfields Music Books, Seaside and
Monro's Libraries, Fashion magazines.
Agency of Commercial-Gazette. Leslie's
Popular Monthly for November, 23
ctius. Swinton's Story Toller, 10 cents.
IIarky Tayloh, Bookseller,
No. 23, Market street.
I havo just received direct from tho
quarries in Vermont, a largo number of
handsome monuments ahd headstones
of artistic design and lino finish, which I
offer for sale cheaper than they can bo
bought elsewhere. Call and see the stock.
All work in my lino promptly and satisfactorily
done. S. J. Dauoheutv.
An elastic step, buoyant spirits, nnd
clear complexions, aro among tho many
desirable lesults of pure blood, Tho
possessor of healthy mood has his faculties
at command, and enjoys a clear
and quick perception, which is impossible
when tho blood is heavy and sluggish
with impurities. Ayor's
rilla is tho best blood purifier and
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BEST PLACE IN THE
JEXaits ox 00I3S,
"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
ffi&YISIT IT WHEN IN CINCINNATI.-
C xC. jVLABLEY & CO.,
66, 68, 70, 72, 74' and 76, W. Fifth Street.
BOOT &ND SHOE STORE.
Custom work a specialty. Large stock. All
kinds at lowest price.
No. 47, Market stree .two doors below D. A.
Richardson fc Co.'s grocery.
aid&wly MAYSVILLE, KV.
Second street,!next door lo Dr. Martin's
apl&lly MAYSVILLE, KY.
TOIKN T. FLEMING.
Represents the Loudon nnd Liverpool and
Globe, German American, ot New York, aud
Pheulx, ot Brooklyn. Also agent for Blue
Lick Water. Office corner or b rout and 8ut
ion streets. apllTdly
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
RcmiI F.tttHtcnul Collecting Agency,
Third stieet, near Couit house,
mylUly MAYSVILLE. KY.
vrcDoutai: v iiolton,
Have Just received from the manufacturers a
full Hue of seasonable goods lor the (all and
winter trade. Jeuns, Flanuells, BlanUets,
Hosiery, Cloaks, Dolmans, Paletot and Jerseys.
Call In and see them and et pi Ices.
lI IvS 1-OU FOWLING,
Fall Hats, Millinery Goods, Bounets, Ribbons,
Flowers and Millinery Goods generally.
Kntlre satisfaction uuarauteed In all cases.
Second, opposite Opera House, muyjly
ATTOK3EV AT I,AW,
JtiMlce of the Fence,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
Will advertise aud sell real estate. No charges
whatever unless a salo Is consummated.
Deeds, mortgage 4c. written at rates as low as
any one's. Office Library Bulldlug, Suttou
TUTUS. A. J. tVILIilAMH.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will be sold CHEAP for the next thirty days,
Call and seo them,
mchaoly iV'o. 29, Eatt Second Street.
rilS. M. ARCHDEACON,
(Formerly Miss Maggie Rasp,)
hns Just received a full supply of Fall and
Winter Millinery Goods. Hats, Bonuets,
Laces, RlbbonstTrlmmlngs nnd all seasonable
uoveltles. The ladles are Invited to call.
Market stieet, alitfty MAYSVILLE,
VTI18. 3IAUY E. THOMAS,
Millinery and Notions,
Announces that she has Just received her
lull stock, which will be louud very attractive
and that she has also secured the ser
vices of an accomplished trimmer from Cln
cinuatl. One price only.
18 E. Second st aOdly MAYSVILLE, KY,
osi; OAVLTON fc DUO.,
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full line of all hinds ot vehicles on hand
forwle, hlro or exchange. Horses kept by
day, week or month. Largest aud best appointed
Livery Htable lu the west. Prices as
Jowasany. Rest attention to vehicles stoied.
Telephone connection. No. 4') and At west
Becond Ht.( ap!7dly MAYBVILLK, KY,
BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
, (Successors to Cooper & Blsset,
Dealer In Htovos.Itaiiffes, SInrbletzcd
Copper autl Slice t Iron Ware.
Special attention paid to tin rooMng, gutter
and spouting. Practical plumbers, gas and
steam Utters. Wrought lrou and leau pipes,
do, All work attended to promptly und
23 E. Svnd St., a&dly MAYBVILLE, KY,
ON FOUNTAIN SQUARE,
IN CINCINNATI, OHIO,
AND FURNISHING GOODS !
WINDHORST & BLUM,
yo. 29. BAST SECOND STBEET.
The Best Place
&3TONLY FINE CUSTOM-MADE WORK DONE HERE.Ba
KOItGK II. IIEISER,
:Dealer In: -
Pineapple Hams Home-made feast Cakes
may30dly SECOND STREET.
r A, MEANS,
Full line of Ilurlal Robos.and all articles re
quired by the undertaking trade. Order
promptly uueuuuu io uuy ur iui$uw
msuty A'o. 01, Eatt. Second titreet.
No. 0, West Second Street.
Monuments, Tablets and Headstones always
on hand. Orders by mall will receive
the same prompt attention as If delivered In
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work promptly aud satisfactorily done.
Tetms reasonable. Front street, between
Market and Suttou. apUOdly
pAUL I. ANDERSON, J0
So 21 MrketSU.ncarlyopp, CentralHotcl,
Office Open at all Hours. MATS VlhLE, JCY
Tii.ifiwrrr c. fkanklin
iKfirNext door to Bank Of Maysville.
TU, T.H.N. S3IITII,
Will devote his whole time to the preservation
of the natural teeth. Dr. C V Ward J e
will take charge oj all the mechanical work,
such as gold, sUver,coutluuousgum, ceNulold
und rubber plates. mch3Jdly
p H. MlNEIltfc 1IUO,
Boots, Shoes, Leather
No. 1, Second, cor. Button streets,
mchSldly MAYBVILLE, IvY,
TTVNT A IOYLEf
Every new shade iu -
Crushed Strawberry, Electric Rlue, Egyptian
etc., and new Trimming to match.
Second St., mchUtly MAYBVILLE, KY,
U II. TJtAXEL,
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ice cream parlors open) for the season. Absolutely
pure candle?. Fresh bread of all
kinds. FurnlshluK weddlugs and parties u
specialty. Trices low. mayJdly
HGNEW A ALLEN,
STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE,
mantels, etc. Solo agents for tho celebrated
Omaha aud Leader stoves. Rooting and nut
terlne promptly and satisfactorily done. Corner
of Market and Third streets, A. R. Glascock's
old stand, apllOdlw
lo have your Clothes made to order for the LEAST
MONEY. They have the latest stylesof FINE GOODS
and TRIMM INGS. FINE OVERCOATING a specialty.
Call and see us. 6ep5d3in
y ANCET A ALEXANDER,
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES.
Vehicles or all kinds, good stock and eareful
drivers. Horses kept by the day, or week on
reasonable terms. Becond st., between Market
DYEING and CLEANING
In Silk and Woolen Goods, Dresses, Shawls,
Ribbons In all colors. Gentlemen's clothing
Cleaned and Dyed Front street, below Hill
House. tiM JOSEPH RBENNER, Dyer,
ILMATUEWN A CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
Building and Dressed Lumber,
Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash,
Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac.
mcu30ly MA YSVILLE. KY.
O II. OLDHAM,
Sanitary Engineer. Gas and
Dealer in plumber's goods, Pumps, Hoso,
Bewer Pipes, Lead and Iron Piping, Steam
aud Water Gauges. No. H west Second street,
opposite Gelsel'tt grocery,
apHdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
EO. COXA SON,
Dealers In Staple and Fancy
mcbSlly MAYSVILLE, KY.
G. TV. GEISEL,
No. 0,W,8ccomlKt, 0p, Opera House,
Frultsand Vegetablesln season,
respectfully solicited. IHdly
We will not be undersold by nnv house in
Kentucky or at Cincinnati, if we have hall a
mch31dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladles' and children's flno shoos a specialty
Custom work made to order. Repairing neatly
and promptly douo at moderate charges.
No, 41 Market steetUEast side,
a41y MAYSVILLE. KY
Proprietor of tho celebrated brands : Hold
the Fort, Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard.
Best cigars In tho market. Full variety of
Becond street, ally MAYSVILLE, KY
KIRK has opened a daily meat mar-,.
SO. on Market street, next door to R. U.
vol's, and will keep all kluds of fresh meat
ut reasonable prices and will deliver It In any
partot the city. Call and eeo me.
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