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MONDAY EVE., OCTOBER 20, 1883. BOSSES & MoCABTHY, Publishers and Proprietor, To WnM ADDUBfls All Communications As noting Maysville enterprise, We have to tell the tale, That Thomas owns a market house And Pi lister, owns a Jail. And not to bo outdone by them, If bargain can be mode, Old Huntington Is skinning 'round To buy the upper grade. The latest matter of Interest at Aberdeen is tho opening of the Baptist Opera House. It is rumored that Mr. Ghailcs II. White will succeed Messrs. Sulser, Petry & Co., in the cigar manufacturing busi ness. Don't forget there will he a matinee by Draper's Uncle Tom's Cabin Troupe, at Washington Opera House this afternoon at two o'clock. Mrs. Dufeu, an uged lady, fell at the corner of Second and Short streets, on Saturday afternoon, and received a severe cut on the forehead. Revenue tax payers are notified that no stamps will bo sold at tho ofllce in this city from 10 o'clock a. til., October 30th until November 1st. In tho case of Shackloford vs. Finch & Co., in tho Circuit Court, the defendants Saturday morning, filed their motion and grounds for a new trial. Mn. Fred Otto has on exhibition at his saloon, a pheasant that was caught on Front street a day or two ago. It is a fino specimen of this beautiful bird. 1 m m On tho 20th inst., the Masonic Mutual Benefit Association paid tho following death claims: P. B. Vanden, $1,603; Abner C. Hunter, $1,602; W. R. Potts, $1,603. Drafer's Double Uncle Tom's Cabin Company will appear at the opera house to-night. Bo sure and reserve your seats at Taylor's news depot. The price is fifty cents. R. W. Wells & Co., of Helena, recently sold a hogshead of tobacco in the Cincinnati market for $33.50 a hundred pounds. This is the best sale of Mason county tobacco announced this season. A fracas occurred this morning about two o'clock in which George Suns, John Suns and Levi Kain were involved. The latter was cut, but not seriously, it is supposed, by John Suns. All tho men wero arrested. We respectfully suggest to tho city council that it be submitted to the popular vote whether the name of Second street shall be changed to "Boar's Walk." All citizens who believe in appropriate appellations will vote for the proposition. Though numerous cases may operate to turn tho hair gray, all that is needed to restore tho natural color is Hall's Vegetable Sicilian flair Renower. For more than twenty years its sales have been enormous, but wo have yet to hear of its first failure. In response to an inquiry regarding matches, wo have been informed that R. B, Lovel is selling for Ave cents a box that contains five hundred good matches. This is two and a half times as many as wero formerly 6old for that pricS, and one hundred more than were formerly golJ for ten cents. This is all tho public " can expect. t m The "German" Friday night at the Riverside Hotel, was a most charming entertainment, and the young people are to bo congratulated on the success of their first meeting. Tho " German " has never been danced much in Maysville, and tho beauty of tho dance is all tho more appreciated on account of its novelty. Another meeting will bo held in a few weeks, of which due notice will bo given. The old reliable steamer will enter the Vanceburg and Cincinnati trado on tho 31st inst., and will run on her old time, leaving Cincinnati Monday, Wednesday and Friday of each week at 4:30 a. m., and returning leave Vanceburg on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays at noon, except on Sunday, when tho time of departuro will bo 5 p. in. Captain Bruce Redden will bo in command, and Mr. Moss Taylor in tho ofllce. The old Jail property, which includes tho residence, jail building, colls, etc., was offered at public sale on Saturday, and bought by Dr. John P. Phistor for $3,010, Tho Doctor purchased it with tho view of offering it to tho city to bo used as a station house, but if the city does not desiro to own it, it will probably bo for sale again, Tho property was bought low, and tho buyer has since been offered for it a considerable advance on tho prico bid. ' Political Corruptions. Ed. Bulletin: With your permission I desire to present a few thoughts on tho present condition of politics. Allow mo to preface my article by savin that I write, not for the professed politician, but for tho professed christian, and to all such let mo Bay that I want to "stir up your pure minds by way of reinein' brance." Politics has been defined to bo", the science of Government," but such are the corruptions associated with that science to-day that a lexicographer of tho would hardly be warranted in giving tho word that definition. Ho might more appropriately say politics has como to mean "tho scion ce destructive of all government." To every man in whose breast there is lovo of country, of humanity, and of God, or in other words, to every patriot and to every christian, tho extent and ononnity of political corruptions are truly alarming. Honesty in politics is a principle that has been vory largely relegated to the days of the past. As a rule candidates for office are not chosen on account of special fitness morally and intellectually, and because of their sympathy with the highest interests of the people, but because of their party affiliations. Tho veriest demagogues succeed by eatanic machinations in obtaining the nomination of the party and their honorable men are called upon to support them for tho reason that they aro ''our nominees." I disclaim the whole thing. They aro not our nominees. They are tho nominees of bribery and cliques. They do not represent the honorable men of tho party. They are a diss?raco to any party, and instead of claiming honors and preferments of the party, they ought to ask tho party's forgiveness for the stigma and shame which their lives have cast upon it, and bo satisfied simply with the forbearanco which the party has exercised towards them in sufferingthem to remain in its ranksat all. Political caucuses and conventions aie to such a great extent ruled by unprincipled and designing men that an honest man feels that he has been defiled by having been connected with them. And it is an abiding shame to our people that demagogues are permitted, in a very largo measure, to control our elections. Honorable men will not condescend to tho littlenesses and meannesses which are so common among politicians of the present day. Men are elected to ofllco uy fraud. Officers so elected can bo bribed by the merest considerations of party or personal interest, or witli money, not to enfor.ee the laws Tho natural result is, as wo might expect, that a largo percentage of the laws on our Btatute books are dead letters, and had as well never have been enacted. Occasionally a voice sounds out clear and strong against the non-en force ment of our laws, and let us hope that this is tho premonition of a mighty upheaval of a sound public sentiment that will demand and secure a much-needed reform along this line. Our State and National Legislatures are more or less dens of iniquity. The writer has a painful personal knowledge of the truth of this last statement in referenco to his own State. Two or three years since he spent a few days in the State capital, and whilst there was reliably informed that it was a common thing fur both houses of the Legislature to give intermissions during their daily sittings for the purpose of giving our representatives an opportunity of being served with wines and liquors. This one fact is sufficient evidence of the corruption of our State politics. I am no croaking pessimist, who sees only tho dark side of things, and who thinks everything is going to ruin, but it is useless to disguise ttio truth, or turn aside from tho facts in tho case. These aro patent to all, and if we are wise men we will nddrecs ourselves to the remedv of the evil. What is that evil? It is for every citizen to conscientiously do his duty. Let every man of honor, and especially every avowed christian, give political tricksters to understand that thoy can no longer command his vote for unworthy, immoral, and inefficient men. Let the party leaders be made to understand that they must give us tho very best men as candidates for office, or else tho nominees will' not bo supported, regardless of consequences to our party whatever may be its name. Let every man positively refuse to vote for men whose only claim to theirsupport is their unswerving adherence to tho of the past. Let demagogues be taught that tho party lash has lost its sting, and that its sharp crack will be no longer heeded by Fonsible men. Let every oflleer of tho law, who fearlessly does fits duty, receive tho full sympa'thy of and support of all law-abiding peoplo. Let all lawlessness bo discountenanced and every means used for its suppression. Tor our grand jurymen magnify their ofllco by making rigid efforts to apprehfnl violators of the law, pnd let tho courts see to it that thopeverest penalties are inflicted upon all bucIi. Let every minister of the gospel denounce these evils and all others which thioateu to destroy our national existence and sap the very foundation principles of society, in uumistaka bio terms. Tho pulpit must not givo forth an sound in reference to these things. I conceive that a practical reformation of these evils is only to be secured along tho lino indicated. Of course in tho limits of a nous paper articlo I can only bo suggestive and must leave tho reader to develop the thoughts for himself. I havo writton, not in tho spirit of controversy or of personal animosity, but from a deep conviction of tho of existing political corruptions, and fiom a sense of duty. If any one is aroused from his lathargy by tho reading of this article and inducted to wago au unceasing warfare against "wickedness in high places," in politics, everywhere, I ill be satisfied. Very truly, F. S. Pollitt. Maysville, Ky., Oct. 27, 1883. Mr. Thomas Y, Nesditt has returned from a fishing expedition to Bath county, whoro ho had the good luck to capture tho finest salmon that has been takon out of Licking river in a great many years. Ho has tho reputation of boing a fisherman and tho most successful ono in this part of tho State. So much for Maysvillo science and skill. Jl'LKftO.NAl. Dr. T. E. Pickett has returned from New York. Rev. F. J. Crisp and wife, of Carroll-ton, Ky., are guests of tho family of Mr. Geo. W. Sulser. Miss Lorena Lurtey, after a pleasant visit to Cincinnati and Covington, returned home Saturday. Mr. Ludwell Browning, who has been confined to his room for several days, we aro glad to see, is improving. Miss Edith Oden, of Now Orleanp, will arrive to-night to visit her cousins, Miss Tillie and Lizzie Ranson. Mr. John S. Archdeacon, lato of tho Now Republican, left this morning for Austin, TexaB, where he has engaged to take charge of a job-printing office. He is ono of the best printers in this city, and is sure to give satisfaction, as Maya-ville workmen invariably do. Mr. Jamks Nicholson, of East Mays ville, last night about seven o'clock, was set upon.and severely beaten, as ho charges, by his son, William Nicholson. Tho bridge of his nose was broken and he received bruises on other parts of his body. Tho son was arrested and will hae his exainiuing trial to-day, when the cause for the nssault will probably be developed. CITY XTIETVES. Advertisements Inserted under this heading luc per Hue for eacli Insertion. Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers, . - i i 1 1 i. Insure with Sallee & Salleo. s2Sdlm Children's cloaks and doakings at Hunt & Doyle's. Buy your cloak from Hunt & Doyle, they know how to fit you perfectly. - - m Five hundred dolmans, j icket and cloaks at Hunt & Doyle's Bring on the babies. Pictures taken instantaneously by Kackley at M.& K.'s book store. o'JOdtf Wanted To rent a large hall, suitab'e for a skating rink. Adilres "Skater," in care of Mrs. Ba'omiui, Front street. o2iM2t October is tho best mouth in the year to get good photographs. Kacklev's lightning photos are the best ever taken in Maveville. o2Gltf Old folks and nervous people should go to Kackley's gallery for pictures by the lightning process. Dou't unit for sunshine, any kind of weather will do. Kackley's dry plates will do you up. Ninety-eight different styles of now neckwear open to-day at Hunt& Doyle's. Sanl fields Music Books, Seaside and Monro's Libraries, Fashion magazines. Agency of Commercial-Gazette. Leslie's Popular Monthly for November, 23 cents. Swinton's Story Teller, 10 cents. Harrv Taylor, Bookseller, No. 23, Market street. Flue Monuments. I havo just received direct from tho quarries in Vermont, a largo number of handsome monuments and headstones of artistic doaign and fino finish, which I offer for sale cheaper than they can bo bought elsewhere. Call and see tho stock. All work in my line promptly and satisfactorily done. S. J. Dauohertv. o20dlw An elastic step, buoyant spirits, and clear complexions, aro among tho many desirablo results of pure blood. Tho possessor of healthy blood 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 is tho best blood purifier and known. lioitx. In this city, Saturday, October 27th. 1SS3, to tho wife of Mr. Peter Kunsman, a due son. The mother and child aro doing well ami tho tati er, it is hardly necessary to say, Is "as happy as a big ruu flower." IfiUTAlL MARKET. Corrected daily by G, W, Geisel, grocer, Second, street, Maysville, Ky. FLOUR, Limestone $ 7 00 Maysville Family fi 2.3 Old Gold 7 00 Mnsou County 9 25 Kentucky Mills 6 00 Maguollu, new 5 73 Dutter.tyft 2025 Lard, $ s I2H KKRS.UUOS 20 Meal$ Peck 20 Chickens M I523 Molasses, fancy , oo Ooal 011,$ gal 20 tugar, granulated fy lb 10 AllitIDMMMIIIHHIUHIIMHWMlllNHMtHIMIt U ycnowTii iutt.Mt.iiM... o(3 Comb Honey 15 Strained Honey V2a Hams, sugar cured ty m 15 Bacon, breakfast $ ft m , 12H Hominy, t allou 20 Beans ty gallon 40 Potatoes peck, now ..., 15 Ooffeo 15&U) MAYSVILLE COAL V ARRET. Anthracite at Elovatord, por ton S3,2$, delivered. $8.60. Youghloghony at Elevators, per bushel lie. delivered l&c. Kanawha at Elevators, por bushel lie. do lived 12c. Pomery at Elevators, per bushel Oo. delivered 10c. ANNOUNCEMENT. For Mayor. Wp are authorized to announce that M. K. MARSH Is a candid Ue tor the ottlce of Mayor or the city of Maysville at the Jnuuary election, i&H. We are authorized to announce that HORACE JANUARY is a candidate for re-election at Mayor of Maysville, at the ensuing January election. For CltyTlerU. We nre authorized to announce that LANOHOHNE M. TVBB Is a candidate for the ofllce of City Clerk at the eusulug January election. We are authorized to announce that UAUR1 TAYLOR Is a candidate for re-election as City cieik at the ensuing January electlou. For Collector nnd Treasurer. We are authorized to annonuce that E. E. PEARCK is a candidate for re-election as Collector and Treasurer of Maysville at the ousulng January electlou. For Marshal. Wre authorized to announce Mr. W.W W ATKINS as a candidate for Marshal at tho ensuing January election, l&M. We are authorized to announce JaMES HASSON, Hr., as u candidate for city marshal at the January election. Not ouo cent for electioneering purposes. We are authorized to announce that W. B. DAWSON U a candldato for tho ofllce of City Marshal, at the euulmc January election, Ho solicits the Mippori of his friend. We aieauthorized to announce that JAMES REDMOM) U a candidate for re election as Marshal of Maysville at theenaulug January electlou. Tho support of his friends is solicited. MR. ROBERT W. BROWNING announces that he Is a c mdldate for City MarMial at the etittulmt January elwtlnu, on the ttrt Monday In January, 1SS1. Your support Is solicited. WANTED, FOB RENT-House with three moms and kltchnn with cellar mid good cistern. Apply to C. P. dHOCKLEY. 27lwd Y1TANTKD You to remember that tho TT luigeHt variety nf suitable bridal presents is at Heunanu Linge's Jewelry store. J oSJdiw JTT ANTED A good canvaser"for a fast-? selling book. Good commissions. Exclusive territory. WM. OWENS ol.Vltf Bulletin ofllce. FOR RENT, u ?OB RENT One front mom, tu centrally j locifeU houve Suitable for nnv busi ness Apply ai this ofllco. oii.diiv IOR fiont room for tlemen lodgeis. Inquire at this ofllce. OiOdl! I?OR RENT My two-story hrtk ware-P huuH9 corner Short an 1 second stieetH. six m one hundred feet. Well adapted for grain or tobacco Apply at ZWEIGART'S iiieautore. 14d FOR SALE. l?o R SALE dwelling houe on r Grant Mret. Title perfect. A d elded bargain. M.C HUTCH IN&s ' ItiR SLE nice mie tory dwelling In ; Chester on liberal terms. TMepmpity isuell located. 2l!w M. Willi IVHINS. TSTKIt DEPOT. O Tho ery best brands of cultivated Baltimore Oysters and for wile wholesale, bv tho can or bulk. Oyster served at all tlm In the re U old t hesaiieukt Bay Htyle, the Ihm l the world OjMera delivered any wheie lu the city morn-li g aud evening. FRESH LAKE FISII of all kinds every day. Remember W. M. Dudley, the bucket man with white run on audbdl M.Dl DLEY, M'Uket St , 4 doors below R, B. Love IV. 0 I ERA HOUSE, MONDAY, October 29. DRAPER'S Uncle Tom's Gabin Company, among which nre the two most fa. mous specialty "TOPSYH" living, MUs Kale Parltugiou and MImj Maud Bariy. m TWO Eccentric MARKS tho Lawyers. Will. H. Davidson and Thomas F, Uuun. blx Mammoth Hbeilan Full double quaitelto ot Malo and Female Jubilee Singers! and the Mississippi Flat Boat 8eieuadert. The great leallstlc Floating Ice feceue. (fraud Allegoiical Transfounuilon aceue. EVA iu Heaven and 30 TALENTED PERFQRMERS. POPULAR ritlCKS. GENKBAL AD MISSION 35c 11ESERVHD HEATS 5uo ADMISSION FOR CHILDREN Wo ttirHcmomber this is the only genuine double company that will visit here this bea son. Get your reserved beau nnd avoid the crush at tho doors. MONDAY MATINEE, OENERAL ADMISSION ,5o CHILDREN 15o WRe8orvd seats tor Balo at Harry Taylor's uowa Htaud. IBPBSEffl 130,000 FOR S2. Rciculitr Monthly Ilritwlnff will 3 Dfltake place in the Masonic Hall, Building, Louisville, Ky. THURSBA i; Nov, 29, 1883. Aftfiwrul Lottery nml Fair DrnwlaKr chartered by the Legislature of Ky. and twice declared legal by the highest court lu the State. Boud given to Henry county in tho sum of 8luo,000for the prompt payment of all prizes Hold. A Revolution In Single Number JrnwliiK. "Every ticket holder hi own supervisor, cau call out the number on his ticket aud seo the corresponding number on the tag placed In the wheel lu his presence. Thee drawings will occur ou the Inst Thursday of every month. Read the magnltlcent November Scheme. 1 Prize 3n,000 1 Prize 10,000 1 Prize 5,000 2 Prizes, 3A500 each 6,000 5 Prizes. 1,m0 each 5,000 9 Prizes, 3j0euch, Approx'u Frizes.... 2,700 9 Prizes, 200 each, " " 1, 9 Prizes, 100 each, " 900 2i Prizes,) each 10,000 100 Prizes 100 each 10,000 200 Prizes, 60 each 10,000 b) Prizes, 2ueaeh 10,100 1000 Prizes, lueach 10,000 I,S57 Prizes, 6110,400 Whole Tleliet. gu. Hulf Ticket. 91. U7 TlckvtN, 8 -TO. fift I leket 8100. Remit money or bank draft In letter, or send bv express. DON'T SEND BY LETTER OR POTOFFICE ORDER, until turther notice. Orders of $.3 aud upward by expiess can be sent at our own expeuso Addle all orders to J J. DOUGLAS, sepl7d&wly Louisville. Ky. A General Request, IN response to a very general request wo have been Induced to put upon th M IUUr&Cb u full Hue of the bet makes of l.i . m SEWING MACHINES, which weotlerat reduced rates. Needles, Oils, aud Attachments for all kinds of Mucuiueti constantly ou baud. NOTICE. A competent work. uiau In theotllee will repair auy kludof Sew-lug machine ptomptly aud satisfactorily) muklug them as good as new. A.SOHRIES&SON, East Second m recti Maysville, Ky. rjMlOMAS JACKSON, Dealer In BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, Spring Wusrons mid Harness. Repository No, 18, Sutton street, Maysville, Ky. Meadqu titers lor DR. JACKbON'H lime-tiled nnd tellable Horse Medicines. DR.JArKON'S BLACK OIL cures mange, cracked heel, wnrn, greasy heel, pricked tool, iiu I ter.Mind cracks, corn etc. Pi Ice 50 cents. DB. JACKSON'b BLISTEIUNG OINTMENT is air excelleut leinedy for enlargements spavin, rlng'bone, capped hock, curb Mpllut cramp or ttalu of the whirl boue. I'r lee 50 cent. DR. JA KSON'S WHITE OIL cures luug fever, IntlariiHtlou o the kldueys aud Usui in man or hore. P ice 5u cents. DB.JA KONVJFOOr OIL Ismi etlectlvo remedy tor chafes, mho or quarterctack In hordes' feet ami mange aud lice tu cattle and horses. Price 50 cent. ciTSeiit to any address ou receipt ot price. octifcdly THOMAS J ACKSUN, A. R. BURGESS, No, .1, Second Stieet, will oiler on and niter Thurdiv, October 11, the following great btrgulus; One thousand yards ot heavy, full staudard J"BA1TS, wortli 50 cents per yard, for 2T cents, slightly damnged by water. One thousand yards of heavy nine ourrce Jeans cuaranteed all pure wool rilllug ami made lu Kentucky, worth 50 cents peryaid, (or 35 couts. A full and complete stock of NEW DRESS GOODS, at bottom pilee. Can f oh Flxnucls from 5 cents per yard to 25 cents. Ten thousand yards of prints lu good styles aud fast colors, o cents per yard, ueiit's heavy, nil wool Red Undershirt", worth Si 50 each lorSl.m. A lull llrro of new Towels, Table Linens Napklusf Gloves HoMeiy, Uudeiwe.u, Bed Comforts aud Blaukets. Also a large ami stock ol Clonks lu nil tire new styles Just lecelved from New York. Fllty pieces of Gingham at 5 cent a yard, olldlm JOHN WUKELKH, :Dealer ln: CONFECTIONERY, Fruit, Fislvtc, II. F. HEMINGWAY & CO.'S "ANUJOir BUAND Haw Oysters, TO.DAT'.S PRICES. r.,nunrf ( iuSm. ... .... o FAVORITE, quart cans Wo ANCIIOU, standard, quart cans &V) H ELECT, quart cans 40o N. Y. SADDLE ROCK, quart cans 60o BULK, per quait 35o FISH 5,b and loo HERMANN LANCE HE . vjBWiiBS!51l6S2P i a fevC ? '.. i r.Als, rS' TVTI. inl ?. VfXL UN , V, T. 0tm A" v vy v as Ui WAUOoodHnnilWorkWAllRATXTEn. Number 43, Socoud street, threo doors below Market street, Maysville, Ky. aplliklly CRAWFORD HOUSE, Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts. CI3STOIOT3NrATIf o, Lkwib Vakdk, Proprietor.