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TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 6, 1883. BOSSEB & UgOABTHY, Publishers and Proprietors, To Whom add hew All Communications This world of our 's, Is a good one to ltvo In, To stand by your frlouds, And, also, to kIvo In ; But to beg or to borrow, Or get what's your own, It's tho very worst world That ever was known. The rivor Is falling slowly. The rabbity must go. So tho gunners say. ' ' . . . . Tiie rope is tightening around tho neck of tho thanksgiviug turkey. He' wants to know what kind of thanks aro expected for him. In tho Mayor's court Monday, Henry Davis, colored,' was fined $3 for maliciously destroying tho clothing of Ann Marshal, also colored. .. .i ..m . , . , Thosias Hughes was run over hy a locomotive and caboose, at Falmouth, Monday afternoon, and had ono leg and both hands crushed. There is littlo hope for his recovery. i. ...i-i H I Tiie jail proporty lately bought by tho city, will probably bo converted into a station house and work house. Tho residence will probably bo occupied by tho 4 Chief of Police. Albert Taylor, colored, was examined beforo tho Mayor, on Monday, and was held in the sum of $200 to answer the charge of cutting and wounding 1vith intent to kill. Rhv. Harry Henderson, "tho boy preacher," has arrived, and will preach to-night in tho Southern Methodist Church. All are invited. Tho afternoon services will be held at three p. m. song and prayer service. Charles Wade, who is wanted in Ohio to answer the charge of obtaining money under false pretenses, returned voluntarily to Portsmouth on Monday, with Constable Wm. Iteer, of that place. He was arrested hero on Sunday, The ceremonies of dedicating the Stone Lick Church will take place on the third Sunday of this month and not on tho second Sunday as at first appointed. The sermon will bo preached by Rev. J. S. Felix of Augusta. Everybody is invited. The model of tho inclined railway projected for this city by some of our enterprising citizens may bo seen in tho show window at Phister's book store. It is ingeniously constructed and seems to be capable of doing tho work expected of it. m . Mr. Dennis Fitzgerald will soon occupy the handsomest residence in the city and ono that coat, including every thing, about $50,000. In spite of his fine surroundings ho will still recognize his friends and in emergencies will take in lodgers. Ho will go into his new quartorS about tho first of January. ... ' m m - ...- There will bo preaching in tho M. E. Church, South, in Sard is, next Sunday, by tho pastor, taking for his subject, The Mode of Baptism. The following is affirmed : If the wofd baptiso (baptize) has reference to tho now testament scriptures that mode is pouring or sprinkling and never immersion. The funeral services of Mr. Gurnoy.nt tho SI. E. Church, yestorday, were deeply solemn and impressive. The sermon by the pastor, Dr. Henderson, was full of comfort. Tho Masonic services at the grave were beautiful. The music at tho church and by tho band was sweet and imposing peace to tho memory of tho noble dead. As will bo seen by his announcomont elsewhere in this issue Sir. Dan. Porrine is a candidate for the office ot sheriff of Mason count)', at the August election, 1884. He has served faithfully and efficiently as deputy sheriff for tho past two or three years. We feel confident that tho office could not bo placed in more faithful and efficient hands. The public is indebted to the street car company for another liberal arrangement. Season tickets, which ontitlo tho owner to rido at pleasure for ono year, may now bo had for $20. Tho enterprise, wo are pleased to say, continues to meet with success, Seven hundred fares wore taken on Saturday, one thousand on Sunday and more than six hundred on Monday. The ladies of tho Southern Methodist Church in Sardis will give an oyster and ico cream supper Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings, November 13th and 14th. Thoy havo secured tho largo business house of Suit & Co., which will bo so fitted up as to make it a delightful placo for tho young peoplo to spend a pleasant evening, Proceeds for the of the parsonage. i Teachers' Institute. Tho teachers of the Mason county public schools assembled in tho enpacity of an instituto, on tho 2ndjand3rd instant. After prayer W. W. Richoson was elected chairman and W. D. Hixson secretary. The subject of school government was taken up and called forth an expression from O. N. Weaver, O. P. Maxey! H. O. Smith, Chas. M. May, Prof. Rlnheson, Commissioner Reos and Elder Gilbert. In the afternoon tho subject of " How Should Reading bo Taught," caused interesting discussion, in which Frank Savage, Prof. Hall, Prof. May W. T. Berry, L. W.Galbraith, D. J. Rees, Elder Gilbert, Sir. Vicroy and W. D. Hixson took part. Miss Soueley, a pupil of tho high school, favored the institute with music, "Thero is a Land That Ib Fairer Than This," and then read quite n creditable essay on " Education." Elder Gilbert read tho "Song of Life," and after music the instituto adjourned. SATURDAY. Tho institute met and opened with prayer. Tho subject of "Geography," was taken up and Mrs. Belle Rowland told how she taught beginners and drew a map of Kentucky. Sho was followed by Messrs. MeKee, May and Power. L. W. Galbraith having been invited to address the instituto on tho subject of " Normal Methods," was introduced and pointed out in a clear and interesting malv nor tho advantages of tho system now used in training tho teacher for increased usefulness in his profession. His views being rather too progressive called forth somo criticism from one or two teachers who still followed tho "old-fashioned way of instruction." In tho afternoon V. D. Hixson presented what is known as tho Cincinnati method of teaching arithmetic in the primary department. Elder Gilbert, by request, gave an interesting address on tho " Uncouscious Influence of tho Teacher," in which he presented somo wholesome truths as to tho moral qualification necessary for tho teacher. He was followed by Rev. Mr. Henderson and Rev. Mr. Chestr. Mrs. Ross then, by request, recited tho "Curfew Shall not Ring To-night," and tho "Dying Year." Tho ministers were, on motion, made honorary members of the institute. The thanks of the institute were returned to Elder Gilbert, L. W. Galbraith, Mrs. Ross and the Board of Education. Wo give below tho names of the teachers enrolled with their postoffices: LIzzIo Brosbears, Mluervn. Alice A. Dorey, Fern Leaf, Eliza Metculle, Maysltck. KUa II. Metcalfe, Mavsllck. Gertrude Owens, Camp Hp rings. Anna Anderson. North Fork. MollleUuerln, North Fork. Sallto KUpatrick, North For. M. Chambers, Washington, Katie Frlstoe, WnshtiiKton. Bailie KrMoe, Wushlngtou. ' . Elite Wadell, Murpby.vlIIe. Addle Jamison, Murpbysvllle. Mary Tnrleton, Murphysvllle. Hello Rowland, Orangeburg. Inez Colli, Omneburg. Eliza Keys, Luto Meflord, Millwood. Jennie Mattlugly, Mt.OUe&d. Mollle Watts. Mt. Ollead. Isa Rlchesnu, city. M. It. Power, city. Mm. liar, city. Annie Campbell, olty, Belle Oohlug, city. Annie Alltou, olty. MKs Burrows, city. Eleanor Wallace, city. John Porter, city. Flora Herxog, city. MoIIleU. B icon, city. Jacovle Bacon, city. Nannie Bacon, city. Sue Grant, city. Mlly How, city. W. W. Ricbeson, city. J. L. Chamberlain, city. H.C, Smith, city. B.F. Williams city. Jolah Wilson, city. A. B. Power, city. Wm. Forman, Murpbysvllle. W. L, McKee, Shannon, i John H.Clark. Sardis. F. A. Savage, Fern Leaf. C. M, May, Muysllck, O. N. Weaver, Minerva. W. M, Scott, chesier. xi. ji. twyvn, wftvur. A. W, Thompson, MuyMlclr. W. P.Maxev. Muvsllel O. H. Kllimtrlck, Murpbysvllle. S. 11. Pollllt, Orangeburg. I'EltbONALS Hon. John AY. Stevenson is very ill at Covington. Mr. S. G, Rogers, of Carlisle, is in tho city to-day. Mr. J. B. JJsbyes loft this morning on a visit to the South. Mrs. M. J. Ktckctts and Miss Lizzie Richetts are visiting tho family of Mr. E. L. Maitln, at Kansas City. prof. T, F. Leary has gone to Georgetown, O., on business and will bo absent for several days. On his return he will organize another class in book-keeping. Mr, James Ward, who has been under tjio treatment of Doctors Shackleford and Adamson since Sunday night, is better to-day with a good prospect of recovery. Mr. E. It. Hord has been admitted to tho bar at Kansas City. lie passed t fine examination and was complimented by tho judge of the court for hb"rc markablo legal proficiency." ' llrnkeumu Killed. About two o'clock yesterday afternoon, at Lexington, Thomas Robinson, a brakoman on tho Louisville and Nashville Railroad, was run over by an engine and instantly killed. He had been employed on tho Kentucky Central for fifteen years, but for tho past two years had been in tho service of tho Louisvillo and Nashville road. He leaveB a largo familv, "10-DAY'S ELECTIONS, Conjooturos as to tho Bosult in tho Various States. Tcnrn of niootHhetl In Virginia Ml- Illlfiln KeiMllaesft, nnd III nek and Whtte Armed, , Special to Dah.t Dullktis. Cinclvsati, O., November 0. Tho interest is very great in to-day's elections, and it is the ruling topic. The probabilities are that New York and Maryland will give Democratic majorities; is considered doubtful, ami it is expected that Masstchusotts will go against Butler. Minnesota will probably be Republican by a decreased majority, while Connecticut and New Jcrsuygwill bo Democratic. There are KraveJ fears that blood will be shed in Virginia today. Tho militia are held in readiness, and both the whites Jand blacks are armed. A collision seems inevitable. MISSOURI OYCLOXE. riitrty Houses Destroyed at Springfield. Six Persons Killed. nuU Hundreds Hurt. Special to Daily Bulletin. Cincinnati, 0., November 0. Later despatches concerning tlw cyclone in Missouri say Spiingfield was greatly damaged. Thirty houses were completely demolished, six persons weref killed outright, and hundreds weie hurt. TRAIN ACCIDENT. Three Cars Ditched, and Fire Men Wounded, Special to Daily Bullktin. Cincinnati, 0., November 0. At Ky,, a hog on tho track of tlu Louisville and Nashville Railmuil ditched Gvo flat cirs, and wounded five men. Successful Journal. LouUvllle Commercial. The publication of the M:yville Pulv Bulletin has proven 8-) that it is arranging to secure a lafctvr printing press. CITY ITBTVCS. Advertisements luserted under tbls bending 10c per line for each Insertion. Try Langdon's Oitv Butter Crackers. -. m - - Children's clo.iks and rioakiugs at Hunt & Doyle's. ' All wool red undershirts at 51.23 at NesbityA MuKrelKs. "" m Russian circulars andg dolmans cheap atNesbitt& McKrell's. Good bed comfoits ftom Soc. to S2.25 at Nesbitt and McKrell's, different styles of new neckwear open to-day at Hunt & Doyle's. Buy your cloak from Hunt & Doyle, thoy know how to fit you perfectly. . - m Five hundred dolmans, jackets and cloaks at Hunt & Dovle's Nesbitt & McKrell are making leaders this season, of ladies' and Men's underwear, blankets, etc. n3dtf5 Bring on the babies. Pictures taken instantaneously by Kackley at M. & K.'s book'store. o20dtf Cloaks. The largest lino and tho lowest prices in Maysville at Nesbitt & McKrell's. Given Away. For thirty days we will give with every pm chase of $1, a beautiful and handsome placque. nldlw Momuson & Kackley. Trial proves that honesty is tho best policy in medicine as well as in other things. Aycr's sarsaparilla is a genuine preparation, an unequalled blood purifier, decidedly superior to all others. Hundreds of letters from thoso using Ayer's Hair Vigor attest its value as a restorer of gray hair to its natural color. As a stimulant nnd tonic, preventing and often curing baldness, and cleansing and soothing tho scalp, its use cannot bo too strongly recommended. Below will bo found alist of our now goods : Sago green window shades ; fall wallpaper; fancy lunch and work baskets; a now and late lino of reward cards; a correct line of art studies; look at our now albums, illustrated with Shakespearean scenes in show widow; writing paper, Grecian and polka dot; fancy and juvenile books, bound in cloth and board, now ideals colored and plain. Call and see our goods. , MonnisoN fc Kackley. nldlw No. 27, East Secqnd street. THE PLACE TO GKT CHEAP BED-ROOM SUITS IS at GEOMGB OR1, JTtf8t moUSldly SUTTON BTREET, RETAIL MARKET. Corrected dally by O. W. Ubmkl, croee Second Btreet, Mayaville, Ky. FLOUB. Llraestone M 7 00 Maysville Family M 6 2S Old Gold 7 00 Mason County..- u Kentucky Mills. M G (' AluguOllQ, UDtTtiiMm mtHHtu 6 75 UUttsr, fi uM.....M..i .. ..m.. ....... Iwt2U Lard.VB.. 12H EgRS, Vdor - a) Meal Ifi peck .: ,;.. jo Cblckeus M 15925 Molnnsefl, fancy m. su Coal Oil, V gftf. 20 Hagnr, granulated V m lu .. .y "'.. .. u " yellowy m 839 Comb Honey 15 Strained Honey M 12k Jiums, sugar cured V tt M Uncon, breakfast "fl m M.. 12 Hominy, gallon 20 Beans V gallon . 6n Potatoes V pock, now ., J5 UOuOOm......mm ,. IS&'O MAYSVILLK COAL MARKET. Antbrnclte at Klevators. per ton 8S.2.), s.fio. YouKiilotfieny at Elevators, per bushel 14c. dellvend lac. Kanawha at Elevators, per bushel 12c. I'omoiy at Elevators, per bushel Oc. dell m vored luc AXXOUNrUMfiNT. For Miorifr. Wonre authorized to announce that DAN ""viuiiri ibh cuiiuiuiiio iur tiie uince 01 Sherlft nf MhTiu county, at the August election. Iwi.HubJect to tiie action of tho party. For JInyor. Wonrenuthorlxcd to announce that M. F. M AIWII U a candid tv tor the orrlce of Mayor or the city of Maysville at the January election, i8U Wt aro authorized lo announce that HORACE JANUARY N a candidate for re-election as Mayor of Maysville, at the ensuing Jnuunry election. For City Clerk. We nre authorized to announce that LANOHOHNK M. TBU Is a candidate for theotllceoi City Clerk ut the eusuing January election. We are authnrlzl to announce that HARRY TAYLOU Is a candidate for as city Clerk at the euulug January election. For Collector and Trensnrer. Woareauthnrlzfd to aunnunce that E. E. PKVRUK H a candidate for a- Collector and Treasurer of Maysville at the eiiHulug January electlou. For Councilman. We ar MuthorIzd,to announce that JOHN W. ALEXANDER Isa candidate for c tlnn to the council from the Fourth Ward, at the ensuing January electlou. For Whiirrimmter. Wenrpnnthorlzel to nnnoum? that r'H'KMN, JR, is a cmdldalo for as a hatfmaster, at the next January election. For MfirNluil. Woarotuithoilzed to, announce Mr W. W WATKINSas a candidate for Marshal at the ensuing January election, 18.SL We are authorized to announce JaME 11 A SHUN, 8rM as a candidate tor city marshal at the January electlou. Not ono cent lor electioneering purposes. We are authorized to announce that W. B. DAWSON Isa candidate foi theoIUce of City Marshal, at the ensuing January election. He solicits tho support of his friends. Wearoauthoilzed to announce that JAM ES REDMOND Is a ca dldate (or re election us Matshal of Maysville at theeiiMiltn: Januaty electlou. ThusuppoU ot hlsfileuds Is soltu ited. MR. ROBERT W BROWNING announces that he Is a c tudldate tor City Marshal at the enhutmz January election, on Monday lu January, ltwi. Your support WANTED. thousand live turkeys T? and 60.O0O dozen treMi eu". Hluhest muiketprlcopald. H. B. NORTHCOIT CO., button street, Maysville. Ky. no5dAw OTICE-I havo received n full Hue or N( ifoods. coublstlnir of Hue hatx.ilb boiiM. velvets, fenthers. bird". Jet ornaments and, hair goods, all choap for cash. n JllRS OEORUE WHEELER, u2dlw Front street. Aberdeen, O. good plasterers. Steady M woik ana koou wuues, Appiy no RDL. HILL. Oil RENT House with three rooms and 1.1 ; kitchen with cellar and good cistern. Apply to C.P. HHOUKLEY. 271 wd A good canvasser for a WANTED book. Good commissions. Exclusive territory. WM. OWENS ol5dtf Bulletin otllce. FOR RENT, TpOl RENT Ono front room, In centially ; located house. Suitable for any business. Apply at this olllce o d2w RENT Fur uTs bed fiont loom Tor Keu" 1 tlemen lodgers. Inquire at this olllce. oiadtt 1JOR RENT My two-story brick ware-V house, corner Short and Second streets. Size of rooms thirty-two by one hundred leet. Well adapt el for grain or tobacco, Apply at ZWEIGART'S meat store. slid FOR SALE, FOR SALE On County Couit day, No. vembor 12th, lour young work mules. novlw2t SAMUEL SMOOT. SALE A ulco losldenco on Court J70R Apply to jCUUTCHINS, ju2 17OR SAL10 The splendid farm of Mrs dlth Calvert, containing about 80 uctes. I14 two miles of Maybvllle on the Ohio river, Mt. Caimel pike, and Huutlnutrtu's railroad. First-class Improvements, Pine irult and market garden. GARRETT S. WALL, novld&wlm Mnysvllle, Ky. I 71OH SALE The farms of Lewis llroolu 1 22JVi acres, near Minerva: it.M. Marshall. lhO acres, neaz Wntshtmrton : R. Howaid. 13ti ncies, near Maysville; Siuoot &Teihune, UO acies, on Lawronco Cieek; Mrs. Mo A toe, N) ncio", near Maysville; 18 ucres at Wolfe's Mill, Mluerva pike. GARRETr 8. WALL, novlir&wlm Maysville, Ky. SALE Huslness houses aiut dwell-; I7OU Part 01 old Goddard House, corner ot Market and Front streets rontal $700 per year. Warehouse, corner Wall and Second stteets. Rrlck dwelling on Fourth stteet. Double brick dwelllug on Second, between Murue auu Limesione, GARRElTS.WALTi, novld&wlm Maysville, Ky, LOST. shawl, ut Mill Cieek Church, on LOST-A November 1st. I1 lea so return to my china stoxe. G. A. McCARTHEY, uov2dAwlw MaysvlllQ; r am ni:ci:iviNG iaily the best brands of FRESH OYSTERS! which will bo served In all styles. Forale also by tho can, hull-can or In bulk at reasonable prices. T. J. NOLIN. at liierley's confectionery tore, Second Hi. Don Punisn Your Children! r, r jfikW J0LW dZkW Wi But CO to VOtir drutririst nr nmrrhnnt nnd trot abottloof V1Um) World Worm Candy. the most efllcicnt and palatable worm medlclno mndo. It Is put up In delightfully flavored sticks of candy, and tho little ouci lo 0 to take It $30,000 FOR 82. If cy;u In r Monthly Ilrnulnir will 3 RQtake place lu tho Masonic Hall, Ma ILsonlcTemple Building. Louisville, Ky. Til URSDA F, Xov, SO, 1S83. AX.awliil LoMory mid Knlr DrntltiKH chartered by the Legislature ot Ky. und twice dechueil leal by the hluliet court lu tho State. Hond lvn to Henry county lu tho urn of 100,000 for the pioinpt' payment of all prizes sold. A Ito.VHliiilon In Single Number DrittvliiH. VEvery ticket 'holder his own supervisor, can call out the uumber on hlj ticket and ee the correspoudlutf uumber on the ta placed In the wheel In his pieseuce. These drawing will occur on tho Inst Thursday of every month. Read the mngnlQcent November Scheme. 1 x 1 nze. ... . ..) 'i,uuo 1 Prize 10,000 1 Prize M 5,000 2 Prizes, $2,600 each 6,000 SPilzes, 1,HD each 6,H00 9 Prizes, 300eflch, Approx'u Prizes.... 2,700 9 Prizes, 200 each, l.HOO 9 Prizes, 100 each, " 000 21 Prizes, 600 each 10,000 100 Prizes, 100 each 10,000 200 Prizes, 50 each 10,000 6i)0 Prizes, IS) each 10,00 loot Prize, 10 each 10,000 1,857 Prize-, SnOYlOu Whole Ticket. S3. Hnlf Tlcketn SK 27 TIckciM, 8QO. 53 Tickets 8100. Remit money or bank draft In letter, or ciid hv express, DONT SEND BY LETIEROR POSTOKF1CE ORDER, until turther notice. Orders of 5 and upward by exptess, cati be sut at our own expense Address all orders to J J DOUGLAS, sepl7dwly Louisville, Ky. rrmo.ttAS JKKSON, Dealer lu BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, NprlntT Wiiktouh and Harness. Repository No, IS, SuMon street, Mnrsvllle, Ky. Headquarters lor DR. JACKONS time-tried aud ledablo Horse Medicines. DR. JACKSON'S BLACK OIL cures manRe, cracked heeJ, warts, leasy heel, pricked foot. quiiier, sunn eraci;s, corns ec. rriceuocenis. DU. JAOKSON'H BLIbTEIUNO OINTMENT is an excellent lemedy for enlargements, spavin, ring-bone, capped hock, curb splint ctamp or ttalu of the whlil bone. Pi Ice 50 cents, DR. JA KSON'rt WHITE OIL cures lunsc fever, lntlauiHitou o the kidneys and a thm lu man or horse. P lc60 cents. DR.JA KON'.SKOOT OIL Nan ellectlve remedy lor chafer, sores or qmutercruck In hoiseh1 feet and uianue aud lice lu cattle aud horM, Price 50 cent. lUJ'Sent to any address ou receipt ot price. octlSdly XHOM AH JACKSON, A. R. BURGESS, No. It, Second Sticel will oiler on and alter Thursday, October 11. the lollowlug great bargains: One thousand yards 01 heavy, lull standard worth 60 cents per yard, for 25 cents, slightly damaged by water. One thousand yards of heavy nine ounce Jeans, Kuaraureed all puro wool lUIInu and made In Kentucky, worth 50 cents per yard, for 33 cents. A full und complete siocic of NEW DRESS GOODS, at bottom prices. Canton Flannels from ft cents per yatd to 1 cents. Ten thousaud yards of pnuts lu uood styles nnd fast colors. 5 cents per yard. Uent's heavy, all wool Red Uudorshlrts, worth Si. 60 each tor 81.00. A lull II.... .if .w.in 'PM1.A1J 'P,.lln r l..... ValMlu Jerfey Gloves, Hosiery, Underweat, Beti Comforts und Blankets. A ho a la rue aud wellelectetl stock of Cloaks lu all tho new styles Just iccelved from New York. Filly pieces of Gingham at 6 cents a yard, olldlm tohn wiu:KL:ii, iDealer In: OONPEOTIONERY, Fruit, Fish, Ac, H.T, HEMINGWAY &COB ANCHOR" BRAND Raw Oysters, . VOU.lY9N PRICES. H quart Onus 2o FAVORITE, quait cans , 80o ANCHOU, hiaudard, quart cans Wm hELECT.ouart cans M ., ii)o N. Y. HADDLE ROCK, quart cans u 50o HULK, per quuit a'io FISH 5, 8 and 10c HERBV1ANN LANCE HI LU m WorUWAltltANTKU. Number Z Second street, three doom below Market street, Mayaville, Ky. aplllklly CRAWFORD HOUSE, Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts. OI3NTOIWWATI, o. Lkwxs Vandkn, Proprietor.