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THE DAILY BULLETIN
MONDAY EVE., OCTOBER 29, 1833. i imi 1 1 1 1 ' ' fc ' " - r "" 7,576. The abort number represents the circulation, each week of thw Dailt and Tkkklt Bulletin. AdrertWers are tavlted to oall and AMuro themnolTe4 ot thu truth of the statement, aid tliey are requested to boar lu mind tli at our ra e for Advertising are the lowest. ' " It is stated on good authority that tho spring schedule of tho Kentucky Central railroad, will embrace increased facilities for the accomodation of travel between Maysvillo and Cincinnati. A parlor car, no change at tho Paris junction, and arrivals and departures always " on time " would add greatly to the amount of travel between this point and Cincinnati by rail. Suppose the right to maintain other kinds of nuisances were submitted to the popular vote what would be the condition of the city lu a short time ? Miall ashes be thrown In great piles on the public thoroughfares? Shall other accumulations of Utter and mill remain? Shall bawdy houses be kept on eveiy street? Shall liquor shops be allowed at any and every place? Would it not bo quito as proper to take the sense of tho voteis upon these and similar propositions, to relieve city council-men from their obvious duty, as to submit the question of keeping and breeding hoc to the voters ol the owners aud breeders of hogs in Maysvillo ? Bulletin, Impliedly these queries are an alllrmatlou on tho part of the Bulletin that a majoilty of our citizens would vote to multiply tho evils to which It refers. This we do not believe aud unhesitatingly deny. Maysvillo Is basely slaudored In all portions of the as being oue of the most Immoral cities of the land. A paper published lu our midst giving vent to such sentiments as the above, lends color to tho charge. Hepubllcau. If the citizens showed the same fear of gamblers, keepers of bawdy houses, liquor dealers etc., that they do of tho nog owners of the city, all the propositions mentioned, if submitted to the popular vote, would carry like a flash. The truth is that about one hundred and fifty hog breeders are bull-dozing the town, and through fear of them the city is turned into a stinking, disease-breeding hole. . -. . . m p While all other meals may be treated with a certain lot of liberty, says a well-known writer, dinner, evon en famille, should be a somewhat formal and regulated meal, and served with precision. A writer in tho Boston Budget says: " All hostesses are obliged to consult their neighborhoods and the resources of tho season in giving dinner parties, but a little attention to the proper garnishing of plain dishes, the study of salads and of entrees, whih can be easily learned, will soon make a woman independent of her surroundings. A good cook can get up a dinner in the desert of Sahara. Political Xotes. New York Herald. A Governor of Ohio has not a great power. Gen. Weaver, of Iowa, mav now take a nap. i Mr. S. S. Cox several years ago favored prohibition. j New England Republicans favor Ed-' munds for President. I Two-thirds of the Democrats of chusetts ate S"id to be Irish. Governor Foster, of Ohio, can sell hooks and eyes, but he can't make them ' 41 stay." The prohibitionists of Iowa will throw j cold water on the Democrat". Young Mr. Foraker, of Ohio, was tho candidate of maiiv speeches. Mr. Leon Abbutt. of Xew JeiWv, should take warn- ing. Gen, Butler says to the Republicans who abuse him : ' Keep it going, gentlemen. You will carry me to a very high ofllce by and by," Cape Cod fishermen say that they were promised a good run of mackerel if thev would vote lor Butler, but that when he was elected the mackerel left. COUNTY POINTS. SAUDIS. Mr. L, It. Wheeler, of Missouri, is vMtlng relatives in (hi place. Elder M. W. Haiklns of Carlisle , Kv will pi each In theChiMUn Chinch at this plav, on Monday night ttiettHh him. Mr. Harklns lauks very high as au eloquent bpeaUer, All aio cordially Invited. J. II, Gilgsbylup beautified his leMdeuce recently by the aitlstie biuih or L. A. mat-ton nud Stiober. Emery G rover, who has been confined to hi bed lor borne lime, we aioglad to Mate. Is lmpiovlug. A few days ago, Master Willie Appleirate, was tiustid lo chive u hplilted lioive to the liable, which was but a shou distance out Uio load. Soon thu hor6 was making greater need than was uutlrlpatiMl, and in making the tui u " Kittle" was tliiowu out, one wheel parsing over him, but very foitunateJy he was not Inlmed in tun least, 'Kittle" Ma fa vol lie of alt wuow him, a, iFiom another correpon dent. Tuesday, October 3uth, tho fold debate opens. This Philological tournament, so many weeks hi contemplation, Ik now all tho talk lu town and cnuntiy, and ' everybody H getting lendy for tho Joiiht. i'ho , foundation ot thM dlscuoluu will bo laid upon a Grecian jock, and many Uieekaud hatin WQidH will be Intioduced. Alter tho laying ot the comer stone, tlieMipeistmctiuo i oi tho wall noovegiound, will bo more Intel- ) ilgtble, aud tho labois of tho disputants Will bemoioairieeable and moiu Interesting to nil. It at all apt ncholttrs, our ' villagers will soou bo able to declaim lu I Latin, to take their meals iti Gieek, to diltik In Hebrew, ovou If they aro piohlbitlonlsts. I to Mug lu EthlopJc, and to dienm Syrlnolu i their aUornoou Meitus. Let no one under-' vaiuo mo points at ltsuo in tho pieieut con tioverby. Let no olo regaid anything in religion or morals as excessively minute, or unworthy of tho hiRhon conscientious regard. There M someihlug more lu a monosyllable than in a folio, A Yes, or a No him Main millions, while a thousand volumes have been wiltteu and read, without any visible disaster to any human being. It is -understood that ttils Is to he a lull, hank, candid nud a ml cable dMcu&Mon ot the meat polnU or difference between tho Disciples nud tho Methodists; that each party In nud malutalu what It teucnes and thus glvo to their respective communities authentic views of their peculiar tenets to far as they may materially conflict with eachoth t. Every question discussed will hoof vital importance to saint and sinner, and will jui&N the llory ordeal of Intense genius and vigorous analysis. Uriel biographical sketches of tho elect debatants lu the Impending controversy will bo glvon in my next, if tho necessary data can Jju obtained. CONDENSED NEWS. Tnr President has fixed November H?i as Thanksgiving Day. The carriage factories of Cornwall, An tin & BuUcr and Horac Johnson, at Conn,, have been burned. Tni stoel Industry in tho north of Eng. hwtid is suffering from Gorman competition, ud thousands of workmen have bm discharged. ( Postkaotxr GxincBAZ. Fawcktt Is engaged in perfecting a plan for tho establishment of an international parcels post, modeled after tho prosout English systom. Thk Standard Oil Investigating Commit-' U will hold tt next mooting in Now York on November M next, wbon tho Standard ofilcors will be examined. Thomah Mrrcnnt.Y. vnm eet upon by sown circus men, at Central City, S C, and thrown from a train. Officer aro pursuing tho murderers. Mn. HEmvr Gxorok, author of "ProgrcM and Poverty," left New York for to attend tho funeral of his father, who died in that city Friday. Tnn remaining disaffected switchmen havsj returned to wvrx at Kansas City and tho br&f effort at a strike ia over, having cnuwd but littk) hwonvenionco. Challknoes havo been bsuM bySchaofTer and Daly, tho American bllllardists now in Para, to ail iJayers in Prance for a series of contests. Vignaux and other prominent players liavo accepted. Judoe Aninofrr, of Chicago, has fixed the lino in tho case of tho Citizens' League against John B. Drake, iroprietor of the ti?nd Hotel, at $S0 to ttst tho validity of tho tho lftSrd liquor lkenw. Jcxxie O'GonMA.v, of th) New York Bui prior Court, has denied an injunction to restrain GuLeppo Del Pucnto from singing und;r the management of Henry E. Abbey, of tho now ilotropolltan Opera House. Tuk substantial growth of Washington for tho past eight months is shown In n statement made by tho Building Inspector, which places tho volno of now buildings erected in the period montioued at (3,500,-000. FrauonT train No. 10 going East tote-scoped train No, 8 at Elk River Station, Iowa, on Uw Chicago, Mlrwatikeo & St. Paul Railroad, demolishing tho locomotive and tht) catxxMO, and fatally injuring Mrs. Nicholas Barnes, wife of an engineer. Thx suit of Hallei Kilbourne against &cr John O. Thompson for false imprisonment In connection with the real estate pool of 1878 is set for to-day. In the former trial the jury gavo JlOCyXJO damages, but tho verdict was set aside us being excessive. Tnr United States bonds held by the Treasurer, October $7, 1SS3, to secure national bank circulation, were (353,00V 4.7); to secure public moneys in national bank depositories, $10,031,000; deposited tc secure circulation, $1,138,000, and withdrawn, $ i,i:yo. An Irishman giving tho name of Charles Berlins, of Dublin, has boon arrested in Boston charged with passing counterfort' tuony In tho shape of 10 notes, to have been issued by tho Provincial Bank of Irolnnd. He says he came to thh country a few days 'ago on tho Scotia, An boy at Newcastle, Pa., namd James Hoguu, deliberately placed a revolver at tho head of a six-year-old boy named Willie Harris, and pulled tho trigger, inflicting a fatal wound. Ha pan, who is now In jail, claims he did not know it was loaded. Gen. Rooeu A- Piwoh, American for O'Dounell, la ftufTering from a sevvre attack of neuralgia, contracted while living at the Royal Hotel, on the banks of the Thames. The five Capo Town witnMg who aro rolled ujon to sustain O'Donnell's plea of are hi Loudon. TnE caw of Frederick M. Ker, d Chicago, defaulter from Preston, Keano cc Co., bankers, was argued before Judge Gary, who decided that the prisoner could not demand release from custodyon account of any wrongs he hod suffered before arrefct. Tho trial was fixed for November?. Thk Star Theater, New York, wui crowded to tho doors Saturday evening on tho occasion of tho rast appearance of Mr. Lawrence Barrett before his departure for England to play a round of tragedies on the stage oft tho London Lyceum Theater, whose les&ee, Mr. Henry Irving, succeeds Mr. Barrett to-night at the Star Theater. Henry Ikvixo, the English actor, was entertained nt a banquet by tho New York Lotus Club Saturday evening, and made an appreciative ppoech, A reception was nlsc tendered the same evening to Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Arnold at tho "Windsor Hotel by Mr. Andrew Carnegie, whoso guests they ore whilo hi Now York. A remarkably cordial reception was accorded to Miss Mary Anderson at the Lyceum Theater, London, on the occnslou of her appearance as Pauline In tho Lady of Lyons, the audience exhibiting marked sign? of approbation. During the performance n table cloth took fire, bat was quickly A farmer named Michael Dutz, aged fifty-five, residing near Alton, Franklin county, 0., fell through an elevator at Schlee's brewery, a distance of feet, Injuring himself fatally. His left arm and left thigh were broken, upper and lower jaws fractured, nasal bonos broken, nnd both lips leaten to n jolly; ho received, a terrible cut above the t left eye, and both eyes are black and swollen. DID HE HAVE 'EM?' r.!ther He Iil or i:if lie Sim the Ken NeriM'iit. New York, Oct, 2$. A dispatch from Panama leceived here, hns been published in tho uowtmapcrs to tho effect that the tea serpent had changed his apparel and made a public appearauco off St Elmo, oue of tho Pearl Islands. Captain Seymour, of tho bark noio On, is tho man to whom it appeared this time, and with tho aid of a nimblo pencil ho jotted down tho erratic bca&Vfl characteristics. On this occasion It was twenty feet long and had on a handsome hornlike head and two unicorn 6haped horns protruding from It, with four logs or doublo jointed fins, a brownish hide, profusely speckled with largo black spots, and a tail which appeared to be divided into two parts, I MABLEY'S, d BEST PLACE IN THE CLOTHING BOOTS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS ! It is the largest store of its kind in the Western country, and the E rices ouse. they ask for goods are lower than those charged by any other ffifiSKVISIT IT WHEN IN CINCINNATI.. C. xt. IMlABLEx & CO., 66, 68, 70, 72, 74 and 76, W. Fifth Street. A HUNAN'S BOOT AND SHOE STORE. Custom worb a specialty. Large stock. All klndn at lowest prices. No. 47, Market stree ftwo doors helow D. A. Richardson & Co.'s grocery. , uJd&wly MAYSVILLE, KV. p A SIMON, 'PHOTOGRAPHER, Second 8treett!next door to Dr. Martin's aplfclly MAYSVILLE, KV. TOIIN T. FLEXING. INSURANCE AGENCY. Represents the Loudon and Liverpool nnd Globe, German American, of New York, nud Phenlx, ot Brooklyn. Also agent J6r Blue Lick Water. Office comer of Front nnd Sutton streets. apindly T W. OALUKAITII, ATTOItNEV AT LAW, Ileal Efttntcntul Collecting Agency. Third stieet, near Court house, mylOly MAYSVILLE. KY. VrcDOUULE fc HOIrON, Have Just received from the manufacturers n full lino ot seasonable goods lor the fall nud winter trade. Jeuus, Klnuuells, Blankets, Hosiery, Cloaks, Dolman?, Paletots and Jerseys. Call lu aud see them and et prices. VTlhS LOU FOWLING. FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Fall Hats, Millinery Goods Bonnets, Ribbons Floweis aud MiUineiy Goods generally. Entire satisfaction guaranteed In all cases. Second, opposite Opora House, maylly M F, UAKSII, ATTOUNEY AT LAW, Jnntlce of the Pence, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. Will advei tlse aud sell real estate. No charges whatever unless a salo Is consummated. Deeds, mortgage Ac. wi itteu at rates as low as auy one's, uince liuiary nuuuiug, auiiou street. ATHS. A. J. WILLIAMS. Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will ho sold cnEAP for the next thirty days, Call and beo them. mch801y ivo. 29, East Seeovd Street. TITUS. M.AItHIEACON( (Formerly Miss Maggie Rasp,) FASHIONABLE MILLINER, has Just received a full supply of Fall and Winter Mlllluery Goods. Hats, Bonnets, Laces, RlbbonsfTiimmlngs and all seasonable novelties. The ladles are invited to call. Market stieet, uWSly MAYSVILLE. TlTlt.S. 3IAHY 12. THOMAS Dealer in Millinery and Notions, Announces that sho lias Just received her tall stock, which will bo fouud very attractive ami that she has also seemed the services of an accomplished trimmer from Cincinnati. One price only. 18 E. Second sU uOdly MAYSVILLE, KY. - toss; daclton a- uno., GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full Hue of nil kinds of vehicles on hand for sale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by day, week or mouth. Largest and best an pointed Livery atablo In tho west. Prices as low ns any. Best attention to vehicles stored. Telephone connection, No. 40 nud 42 west Secoud St., nplTdly MAYBVILLE, KY. BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA, (Successors to Cooper & BUsoti Denier lu Stoves, Ilniiffcs, Murblotsed MmilelN.mul iiiHiiuluetiirorH of 'JTlu, Copper uul NUeet Irou Ware. Hpeclal attention paid to tin roo fling, gutter and spouting. Practical plumbers, g.is and steam fitters. Wrought iron and lead pipes, do, All work attended to promptly and warranted. 23 E. HQUfl st a9dly MAYSVILLE, KY. ON FOUNTAIN SQUARE, IN CINCINNATI, OHIO, -IS -XO WINDHORST & BLUM, Merchant Tailors! Xb.29. EAST SECOND STREET, wmtm m .Til to have your Clothes made to order for tho LEAST Inn Unfit UlriOn MONEY. They liav the latest stylesof FINE GOODS B 11 H llHxl rlHI.H and TRIMMINGS. FINE OVERCOATING a specialty. I II U UuOl I lUUU Call and see us. sep5d3m ISTONLY FINE CUSTOM-MADE WORK DONE HERETT pKOUGC 1I.IIEISKH, :Dealer in: GROCERIES, Pineapple Hams. Home-made. Yeast Cakes. may30dly SECOND STREET. r Af MEANS, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full lino of Rurlal Robes and all articles required by the undertaking trade. Orders piomptiy attended to nay or mum. lusuiy ATo. til, East Second titreet. C JMLM7GIILKTY, No. 6, West Second Street. MARBLE YARD. Monuments, Tablets and Headstones always on hand. Orders by mall will receive the sumo prompt attention as if delivered In person. np!3dly ai F. KIFF, BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALL HOURS. Work promptly and satisfactorily done, Terms reasonable. ironi hi reet, oo'ween Market and Sutton apUOdly AUL P. ANDEIISON, dentist; U5H Wo. 21 MmrKet St. , nearly opp. Central Hotel, Offlce Open at all Hours. MAT8VILLEtKY m.tylSly.d. TIt.EWITr C. FltANKLIN, DENTIST, irNext door to Danlc of fN bbd Tyi.T.lI.9u HMITII, DENTIST, Will devote his vrholo time to the preservation of the natural teeth. Dr. C. w. Wardle will tuko charge ol all the mechanical work. sncli.asKOldfHilvertConttnuousgum, celluloid and rubber plates. mch3)dly p S.9XINEKO; ItRO, Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Leather And imri2NGS, No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets, mcuaidly MAYHVILLEjKY. TTUNX A DOYLE, Every now shade in DRESS GOODS, Crushed Strawborry( Electric Blue, Egyptian etc.. aud new Trimming to match. Secoud St., mch3Uy MAYSVILLE, KY, F II. THAXEZi, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ice cream rmrlors ononHnr the season. Ab solutely pure candies. Fresh bread of nil kluds. Furnishing weddings and parties a specialty. Prices low. mayJdly IGNEWil ALLEN, STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, mantels, etc. Solo agents for tho celebrated Omaha aud Leader stovos. Roodug aud promptly and satisfactorily done. Cor ner or Marxetanu xuira sireeis, a. u. urns cock's old stund, apllOdlw WORLD yANCEY A ALEXANDER, OLD IKELIAMiE LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES. Vehicles ot all kinds, good stock and eareful drivers. Horses kept by the day, or week on reasonable terms. Second st., between Market and Limestone. TlTAYSVIIiLE I)fE HOUSE. DYEING and CLEANING in Silk and Woolen Goods, Dresses, Shawls, Ribbons In all colors. Oentlemou's clothing Cleaned und Dyed From street, below Hill House. 821 JOSEPH RBENNER, Dyer, 11 T U.MATIIEWSACO., -Manufacturers and Dealers In Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash, Staves. Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac. mcuSOly MAY3VILLEt KT. 11. OLDHAM, " 'PLUMBER, Sanitary Engineer. Gas aud Steam-fitter. Dealer in plumber's goods, Pumps, Hose, Sewer pipes, Lead and Iron Piping, Steam and Water Gauges. No. 8 west Second street, opposite Gelsel's grocery, aptfdly MAYSVILLE, KY, pEO.COXAhON, Dealers In Staple aud Fancy IDIRX" OOOIDS, SECOND STREET. mchSlly MAYSVILLE, KY. ZEstablislxea. 1B65, EQUITY GROCERY. O. W. GEISEL, No.O.W. Second 8t., Opp. Opera lloime, Fruits and Vegetablesln seabon. Your natron ago respectfully solicited, flldly T1TIIITE ds OUT. FTJEilTITTTHiE. We will not be uudorsold by any house In Kentucky or at Ciuclunntl, It we have hall a chance inch31dly MAYSVILLE, KY, r W. LYNCH, Manufacturer of and Dealer In BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladles' and children's flno shoos a specialty Custom work mado to order, Repairing neatly aud promptly done at moderate charges. No. 41 Markot steetUEat side, ally MAYSVILLE. KY TCItANU OEVINE, Manufacturer of cigka::e&s, Proprietor of tho celebrated brands: Hold tho Fort, Parlor Queen aud Mother Hubbard. HfiiRt ftfpfirs I II tlift mnrtrof Pull rt smokers' articles. second street, ally MAYSVILLE, KY MEAT STORE. KIRK has opened a daily meat mar-,. SO. on Market streot. next door to R. R. vol's, and will keep all kinds of tresh meat at reasonable pricey and will doll ver It In auy part ol tho city., Call and see mo. alldetn R.O. KIRK mf.