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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN
TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 0, 183?. 7,576. TlmnhAvn nntnhnr rnnrosents tbo ClrCUlft tton, each week of the daily and Wuklt B0LLKTIM. Advertisers nre invited to call and assure themselves 01 the truth of the statement, and they aro requested to bear lu mind that our ra en for advertising are the lowest. Ten States nro holding elections to-day. Washington has been free from malaria the present season. i President Arthur believes the fate of the Republicans in 1884 will turn upon Mahone's success in Virginia. Hoas aro henceforth admitted in bond into Canada at nil warehousing ports for slaughter for export, but tfio law requires that thoy shall bo isolated from Canadian hogs.. . ..... ..-I-.. . The lato bloody fight between white and colored people at Danville, VaM is attributed to tho introduction of race prejudices by the Mahono party, Tho affair has excited the whole State. The London Times Bays : " Americans are now trained to bear consuro with good humor, and have invited Mr. Arnold to the United States that ho may personally inform them of their faults." i --- At tho next May Festival at Cincinnati there will ho five evening performances, from Tuesday to Saturday night inclusive, and matinees on Wednesday and Saturday. The evenings will each be devoted to a single composer. Tuesday, Handel; Wednesday, Beethoven; Thursday, Wagner; Friday, Schumann ; Saturday, Gounod. , The interest felt in tho Virginia election is attested by tho action of sixty-five wholesale firms in Richmond, who have signed n paper stating, in view of tho "great importance of tho approaching election' they have agreed to keep their 'traveling salesmen in tho city until after thoy have had an opportunity to vote. In Staunton, Norfolk, Danville, Liberty and other cities tho business men have decided to close their places on election day, in orderthattheiremployes may work for the success of tho Democratic ticket. Old Mother Earth has responded to the agriculturist this year. We have already given the official figures relating to the enormous c8rn yield, and now wo are told 420,000,000 bushels of wheat were raised, which amount is over 20,000,000 bushels mon than was predicted by speculators a few months ago. Of oats, the nation's granary is credited with 500,000,000, the largest crop ever gatheied here, while barley shows a largo increase over auy preceding yield. Potatoes have turned out better than ever before, with a single exception, the year of 1S75, while the cotton crop is an average. Verily, we have good cause for giving thanks. ---. ... The forthcoming report of Commissioner Evans shows tho amount of internal revenue collected In tho various districts in this State to be as follows: Second 1 $l,5?Kpfti7 1ft X 1 1 III.. ..... ..m.... . 7,V)0, iSl 7o Mxth 3,N3Vm 17 Seventh v 1 ,073 .MB 32 Eighth m . H .. 301 .KM J 19 Ntuth lbtJ.&il 07 Tho amount expended through collectors of internal revenue in the State of Kentucky for bringing to trial and pun ishing persons guilty of violating internal revenue laws was as follows: In tho Fifth District $248; Ninth District, $141; Second District, $385 04, and in tho Eighth District, SI, 107 21. The total amount expended in tho United States for this purpose amounts to $01,275 29. The number of illicit stills seized in Kentucky during tho year was two in tho Second District, four in the Fifth, in'the Eighth, and eight in tho Ninth District. Tho number of persons arrested in this connection in those districts was fourteen. Progress Ih Kentucky. Carrollton hvs organized u National Bank willi ft capital not to exceed $150,-000. Tho First National Bunk nt Princeton his been authorized to do business upon a capital oi $50,000. Tho Catlcttsburu Democrat has been so successful that its publisher is considering tho propriety of making it a daily. Tho value of real estate at is advancing raptdlv and tho tax - rate decreaeing, Her raflroad debt will bo extinguished within two years. Tho recent fnir at Madisonville, the first in that county for forty years, was financially successful. Tho profits will be devoted to improving tho fairgrounds. Tho taxable property of tho twelve Southern States lias increased $040,707,-028 in four years. Kentucky's amount is now $374,551,070 against $318,037,875 in 1879. " It is gratifying to notice that in every community throughout Hardin county the most substantial farmers nre taking n lively interost in good turnpike roads. Elizabethtown Nes. ... . Ten real squirrel circulars, V525, $30, $35, $37, $50, received to-day nt llunt & Doylo's. o31d&wlw ABERDEEN ITEMS. It Is nlvrajs best to' Wait till tho Clouds Roll by." Mr. Frank Sibbald is visiting his parents of this place. Madam Grundy certainly elicits puullo commiseration. , Aberdeen has another coal yard, the firm of Mr. Bam Hudsou. With the falling of leaves wo hear the stealthy stealing or t Moves. Mn. WHUamiLlntou has returned from a pleasaut visit to Ma tic he tor. Mr. Reese Flaugher, ot Cincinnati, was visiting relative) hero last wee it. ' Rumor says that Mr. Arthur Power will soon leavo for the sunny Houth. The pooplo aro very much pleased with Rev. Mr. Lindsay, or went Union. Dr. J. II. Doyle, of Illllsboro, was visiting tho family of Mr?. Martha Porter. Messrs. O. Yt. Spears and T. C. Carr have returned from their Lextugtou trip. M1m Carrie Huth. of Cincinnati, was visiting the family of Mr. Phillip Hoth last week. Report says tho next brilliant wedding will be that of a liver captain to a beautltnl brunetto In Ohio, Mr. David G. Cheestnan, who has been quite sick with malarial fever, we aro glad tosuy, is able to be out again. Mr. H. B. Meffotdand family have returned from a pleasant visit to tho home of hli parent at Ileutonvllle. Mrs. Stanley Kills, of Adams county, was visiting at tho homo of her lather, Mr. B. H. Wilson, of Second street. Dr. D D. Green and family, who have been vlMtlng relatives here for several weeks, havo returned to Illinois. No one can complnln of there being a dearth In the matrimonial market. It's fairly doing a rushing business. Mr. Hrott Rnmira will snnn take a western Cleasuro trip. Pleasure when combined with I usiness is doubly enjoyable. i Mm, King, accompuuled by her son, Mr, I Victor King, of Georgetown, Ohio, weie vis lling Mrs. Martha Dennis several days hxftt week. Mr. H. A. Wood, our jguinrnrtirtjiavinji snentseveial months in I turned to Aberdeen, where he cau be found at his studio. Saturday ulghta ventriloquist gave an entertainment at tho town hall, it also proved a failure. We suppose its non-success was owl g to the el lain ess of tho audience. Mis Pattlo Ring, a highly accomplished young lady, after a pleasant vtMt of several weeks to her aunt, Mrs. Martha Dennis, has returned to her homo In Georgetown, Ohio. It was gently whispered that the reason Major Sam True visits his home bo frequently that while he Is a dutiful sou there is a fairer face which attracts him thither so of ten. A vounc man who is navlnz his addresses to ills lady love, stayed so late tho other i night that the family were compelled to i whitewash the wall next morning to ate his shadow. Aberdeeulsa most delightful place to spend , the wluter, but then it would be pleasant i oven at the polar region were there a pair of heavenly blue eyes sparkling with a glowing light to equal the beaming rays of the sun. i uius uuvu lwcii irouuu iur wiu luuriMugu ui Mr. Charles 8. Hlbbald. of Cincinnati, son of . Mr. Georgo Hlbbald, of this town, to Miss Mary I. Hood, of "Idlewild," which will take . piHue wtniiiuwiuy evoiuug. ut mo loveiy urn t side residence of her parents ou Third ntreel. I y the renn social glveu Friday week was attributable to tho absence of a very lmnortaut nonage, whoe name should have figured amona the malingers, which would havo given sutllcliut eclat to have crowned It the best of tho season. rt Imanl t lint n VAimrf rrs tit torn rfM nt ft Id town made the remark that he found the voumi ladles most tiresome to converse with during the two seasons of spilng and fall, as I their heads weie tilled with nothlni: but liuts aud bonnets and liN bot eU'orl failed to lead them on more senMble subjects; they would pendttenlly branch oif on to the beautiful autumn leaves which would lemlnd them niOMt loiclbly of a "love of a bonnet," crowiiMl with a witath ol Uioe exquisite tinted leaves. , . m f COUNTY i'OLVIS. TWO LlCfc. Joseph iliusou's little child Is quite hick. Mlse? Mngle Insko and Miss Magzte Woodward weie vlMtlnx ut Mt. Olivet last Hat unlay and tiunday. Fied Hurts Is tmvlug his houso paintod. The meeting at Halom Church closed with some additions number not known ny writer. The turn Dike (the Mason ond) will be completed lu about two weeks. Homo. SAUDIS. Bardls comes ui to the standard of a generous ami open-hearted hospitality, and hor guests left her quiet precinct with thanks. Mr. V, T. Grover has an ingenious dovlce which, when more fully matured, will bi reported. It KuccesAfnl It will rank him high among Ameilcau inventors. Handsome purse were mado up and presented to uach of the debater, one also to the sexton of tho Disciples chuicu, by a generous public. Riders Williamson, Vanhook and Duncan led thoMnglug at tho opuulug and close of the debntes, aud we ndd that they sung with " the Hplrlt and uuderstandli g." Ou Friday last the bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs. Payton, attended the debate and afterward were dined at the hospitable home ot the bride's brother, Mr. T. Suit. On Saturday another dining was given them at tho houso of Mr. Azro Grover, Porno flno preaching was givon during tho debate by ftev.'s llorelng and Pollltt, ot tho Methodist Chuich, and by Elders WlUlamRon aud HarklriH, of toe diclplos. Tims the evenings were filled nut and the disquieted sptritH of the controversial houin wore, ngain lulled to rest, and to slumbor1 dreaming of peace and fraternal love. Tho following fs n list of ministers in attendance at tho Handtonl'Hwfoney debate: Ah representatives of tho dUciplos were KN den Is F. Clay, J. H KeiidrlcK, R. W. Van. hook,( P. Williamson, IJela Metcalfe, J. J. WfHi, J. it ueusav, M. WelKJ.l). Houston, 1 Hiininons. W. H. . Tiller, W. C. Wlbon, M W. Harltins, J. If Grave, Milton Pyles. W. A, Morrihon, P. II. Duncan, W. Hall Kompsenting th M. E. Church, South. P.ev.'s k. f. rniiiiif v. w. Hnntes. Iteprtseutlug the M.E. Chinch, A, Boielng. The flne weal hor, the ptctureqiie Konery around our vlllnye, tho entliuslusm ot tho audience tlx hu idled well dressed men and women fully aroused Hew Hnnfoid lu his closing address on Friday evening, aud he cavo uh an hour's speech, astonishing and tinnsportlug ills hearers by the boldnesH, the foiceand rango of hU thoughts, and tho po etic tiro aud giandeur of htrieloquonre. Kl-der Sweeney also made a happy speech filled with wit and pAthetloorUoiy ; and when ho gave his hand to his bravo competitor, and HKked pftrdon of thoo lie hmi unlntentlou ally ollended, everyone felt like it, If they did not ludulgo in shouting. ' Paytonla," the handsome residence of the Paytons, was tho scene' ou Thursday night of a very quiet but coidlal icceptlou. Tho b lde was Miss Nannie E, Suit, only daughter of Mr. Walter HuP, and tho groom Mr, Elzle Paylon.oneof our solid farmers. The nuptial ceremony toolc place at the home of tho brldo'8 paronis, Hew ThosIIanlord olllo latlng. An elegant supper was served, tho guests being mado .welcome by Mrs. Loud Grovor,:aunt of the groom, after which music and song were Indulged in, Tho hrido, a very sweet and winning lady ot was attired lu seal brown Surah silk, with hat to match gold ornaments. The groom was dressed In the conventional costume, and pioud was ho of lilschosou! bride "Korfaulthymvasber form as beauty's queen. And every winntnggrace that Iovodemauds., We could not obtain a list or the bridal pros cuts, but learn that there were many articles. Thoy will soon go to housekeeping. . MABLEYS. 1 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 NVISIT IT "WHEN, IN CINCINNATI. O. R. MABLEY & CO., 66, 68, 70, 72, 74 and 76, W. Fifth Street. A HONAN'S TjnfVP A "NTTl QTTHP QTfYR UU.U 1 Q.1N D OHUj 0 1 UXlLi Custora worlcaBDeclaIty. Largestock. All kiuus at lowest prices. To. -17, Market stree ,two doors below DA. Richardhou & Co.'s grocery. aYd&wly MAYSVILLE, KY. -- a MM ON PHOTO GRAPHER, Second street,!uext dooi to Dr. Martin's aplbdly MAYSVILLE, KY. TOIIX T. Ff.EUING. INSURANCE AGENClTt Represents tho Loudon aud Liverpool and Globe, Gernuui American, or New York, and i'henlx, oi lliooklyn. Also agent for Uiue Lick Water. Omce comer of Front and Sutton stretts. apllTdly U. fiAMMt.VlTII, l; AITOnNKT AT I-AW, Jlcal Ksintcand Collecting Agency. Thlid street, near Court house, mylOiy MAYSV1LLE.KY. clOUGIiK (: JIOi.TOX, M Have Just received from the manufacturers a full lino of seasonable goods for the tall and wluter trade. Jenns,, Flannells, Blankets, Hosleiy, Cloaks, Dolmans, Paletots and Jerseys. Call In aud bee them and ct prices. Y IhS LOU POWMNO, FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Fall Hats, Millinery Goods, Bonnets, Flowers and Millinery Goods generally. Entire satisfaction Uarauteed lu all wises. Second, opposite Opera House. niayHy jyr Ff MAUSII, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Justice of the Peace, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. Will advertise and sell real estate. No charges whutover unless a feale Is consummated. Deeds, mortgages Ac. written at rates as low as any one's. Olllce Ubrary Buildlug, Sutton street. ATHS. A. J. WILLIA3IN. . CARPETS, Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will bo sold OHHAP for tho next thirty days, Call and see them. mchSOIy ivo. 29, East Second Street. UN. JII.AIICIIOCACOK, M (Formerly Miss Maggie Rasp,) FASHIONABLE MILLINER. has Just received a full supply of Fall and Winter Millinery Goods, Hats, Bonnets, Laces, Hlbbons,Trlmmtug and all seasonable novelties. The ladies are Invited to call. Market street, uli!3ly MAYSVILLE. KM. JKAUV K. THOMAS, M Dealer in Millinery and Notions, Announces that slrtj 1ms Just received her 'all stock, which will be found verv attractive aud that she lias also hecured the services of an accomplished trimmer from Clu cmuati. One prico only. 13 K. Wecond st., aOdly MAY8VILLE, KY. ONi; DAULTOX A llllO,. M GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable! A full line of all kinds ot vehicles ou hand for sale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by day, week or mouth. Largest and best appointed Livery Htablo In the west. Prices as ow as auy. Dost attention to vehicles stot cd. Telephone counoctlon. No. 40 aud 4'2 west Second St., apUdly MAYSVILLE, KY. r mbiv vuxn BISS.ET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA, (Successors to Cooper A BIssct, Dealers In 8tov,ItiuigoN, Marblelscd 31autetH(unl iiiunutaeturorM of Tin, Copper aud Hheet Irou Ware. Special attention paid to tin rootling, gutter and spouting. Practical plumbers, gas and steam fit tern. "Wrought iron and lead pipes, Ac. All work attended to promptly and warranted. 23 E. Hwond fit,, aOiUy MAYSVILLE, KY, ON FOUNTAIN SQUARE, IN CINCINNATI, OHIO, -IS THE- -TO BUY t WINDHORST & BLUM, Merchant Tailors! 2To. 29. JEASTSBCONJ STREET. fi v . m lo have your Clothes mado to order for the LEAST I hn UaAT LBBnnn MONEY. They have the latest st vies of FINE GOODS me ucSi riacG s'- fiTONLY FINE CUSTOM-MADE WORK DONE HE RE." J lUOllGE U.XIKISEK, :Dealer In: GROCERIES. Pineapple Hams.'t Home-made feast Cakes. may30dly SECOND STREET. r A,tMEANH, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full line of Burial Robes aud all articles re quired by the undertaking trade. Ciders promptly attended to day or nignt. mwiy Ko. 61, East Second Street. O Jf. DAVGIXKUTV, No. 6, West Second Htreet. IVTriBLE YARD. Mouuments, Tablets and Headstones always ou hand. Orders by mall will receive tho same prompt attention as If delivered In person. aplSdly BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALL HOURS. Vorlc promptly and satisfactorily done. Terms reasonable. Front street, between Market and button. apiiuaiy AUXj . ANDERSON, DENTIST ,8R So. 31 Mrket8t.tnearlpopp. CentralHotelt Office Open at all Hours. MAX8VILLEtKX maylSIy.d. It. OE WITT C. FKANKIilN, D DENTIST, iTB"Next doorto Baukof Mays wS2$Jy vllle. Mi D ll.T.II. ft. NM1TII, DENTIST, . Will devote his whole time to tho preservation of the natural teeth. Dr. C. W. Waidlo will take charge ol all the mechaulcal worlc, such as uold, silver,coutiuuousgum, celluloid and rubber plates. mch31dly CN.MIXKItdc into, Dealers In Boots, Shoes, Leather And FTWDIJXGS; No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets, mchHldly MAYSVILLK, KY, it: DOYLi:, HUNT Every now shade lu DRESS GOODS, Crushed Strawberry, Electric Blue, Egyptian etc., and new Trimming to match. Second St., mchSlly MAYSVILLE, KY. TCI II. TItAXKL, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER, Ice cream parlors openVor tho sea&ou. Absolutely pure candies. Fresh biead of all kinds. Furnishing weddings aud parties a Specialty. Prices low. mayidly riGNEWa: ALLEN, STOVES, GRATES. TINWARE, mantels, etc. Sole agents for the celebrated Omaha aud Leader stovea. Hooting and promptly aud satisfactorily done, Corner of Market aud Third (streets, ;a. H. Glascock's old staud. apUOdlw WORLD charged by any other y AXCEY fc ALEXANDER, OLO ItELIAHLE 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 aud Limestone. flTAYSVIIiLE DTE HOUSE, DYEING and CLEANING in Silk and Wooleu Goods, Dresses, Shawls, Hlbbonsln alloDlors. Gentlemen's clothing Cleaned and Dyed Front street, below Hill Houso. 824 JOSEPH RBEXNER, Dyer, B.UATIEEWStfcCO., Manufacturers and Dealers In Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths, Shingles, blinds, Framed, Doors, Sash, Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac. mcuSOly MAYSVILLE, JTY. C II. OLDHAM, " 'PLUMBER, Sanitary Englnoor, Gas and Dealer In plumber's goods, Pumps, Hose, Sewer Pipes, Lead and Iron Piping, Steam and Water Gauges. No. 8 west Second street, opposite Geisers grocery, apUdly MAYSVILLE, KY. riKO.COXASON, Dealers in Staple and Fancy OOOIDS, SECOND STREET. r mchSlly MAYSVILLE, KY. Sstalollslied. 1665, EQUITY GROCERY. Or. W. GEISEL, No.O,V. Second NtMOtp.OierHlIonse, Fruits and Vegetableslnsoason. Your age respectfully solicited. IHdly iriHTEA OUT. We will uot be undersold by any house in Kentucky or at Cincinnati, If we havo half a chance. mchaidly MAYSVILLE, KY. r W, IiYKill, Manufacturer of aud Dealer lu BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladles' and children's fine shoos a specialty Custom work mado to order. Repairing neatly and promptly done at moderate charges. No. -11 Market stcott,East side. aHy MAYSVILLK. KY pmAXtf DEVISE, Manufacturer of Proprietor of the celebrated brands : Hold tho Fort, Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard. Best cigars In tho market. Full variety of smokers' articles. Second street. ally MAYSVILLE, KY MEAT STORE. RC. KIRK has opened a dally meat mar ket on Market streot. uoxt door toR. U. Lo vol's, and will keep all kinds of fresh meat at reasonable prices and will deliver It In any pnrtof the city. Call and soo mo. . aUdSm R. 0. KIRK. l ' A '