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WEDNKSDAY EVE.. DEO. 5, 1883. 7,eoi Tho above nnmbor reprcsonts the circulation, each wcok of tlio DAILY nnd Wkkxm I1ULLKTIN. Advertiser nro Invited to call and oMHUro themselves ot the truth of tiit statement, nml thoy nro requested to bear li mind that our ra ex for Advertising nre tin lowest. O'Do.NEUi will bo hanged Do -ember 17. Paris Is demanding gas at $2 n thousand feet. A silver mine hits hcon disenveied near Boyd, W1h. A bkveuk snow storm prevailed throughout New England Tuesday. Sixty thousand hogs a dny arc the receipts nt the Chicago stock yards. G. W. Haii.y, pastor of a colored Methodist church in Mount Sterling, Ky., lint been arrested for forgery. Koiunson Locke, n son of 1). R. Locke (Nasby), has been appointed U. S. Consul at I 4 The Cincinnati Tobacco Association adopted a resolution at its annual meeting, making tlio membership perpetual und the fee $50. Over one-eighth of the soldiers in the regular array have deserted during the past year, according to the report of the Secretary of War. Five inmates of the Penitentiary, at Frankfort, escaped, by going down a and crawling out through a sower six hundred yards in length. They were all recaptured. General Dumont, Supervising Inspector of steam vessels, reports tho accidents for tho yenr, thirty-four ; lives lost, 284; passengers carried, 475,000,000, ol which number one In 1,750,000 perished. Reports from twenty counties in Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky indicate that thero has been a largely increased acreage of wheat sown. Farmers are satisfied with tho prices of produce and are paying their bills moro promptly than in other years. There are fewer American securities now held in London or on the Contl ncnt than for years. Foreign bankers say tho recent call for American stocks from London was manipulated on thif sido. Tho market continues too uncertain to be inviting to foreigners. A oano of thieves aro reported to bo op- crating in Brown county, Ohio. A num ber of robbories have been committed lutely near Georgetown, and in one case a farmer was kept under the muzzle of a pistol while the thieves loaded his property into a wagon and drove away with it. The decrease of tho public debt during November was $1,721,070. The since Juno 30th, $41,300,1-10. Cash in the Treasury, $364,700,513 ; gold certificates, $85,032,920 ; silver certificates, $101,782,811; certificates of desposit, $14,- 405,000 ; refunding certificates, $318,450 ; legal tenders, $340,631,010; fractional currency, $0,990,303 41. Nothing Like It. No modicino has ever been known so effectual in tho euro of all those diseases arising from an impure condition of the blood as Scovlll's Sarsaparilla, or blood and liver Byrup, for the cure of scrofula, white swellings, rheumatism, pimples, blotches, eruptions, venereal sores and diseasos, consumption, groitre, boils, cancers, and all kindred diseases. No better means of securing a beautiful can bo obtained than- by using Blood and Liver Syrup, which cleanses tho blood and gives beauty to tho skin. The Spirit or Indiana. Logansport Advertiser. Labor, the world over, produces all, And yet is compelled to dwell in hovels and subsist on tho husks. Discontent is fie natural outcomo which eventually will rend tho country from centre to circumference- unless moans are found to more equitably distribute tho products of labor by tho abolition of monopolies in land, finance and transportation. MILLWOOD. ' Misses Adda and Eva Ilord spent from Friday until Monday with rotative In Poplar PUIus. Mr. Henry Cord In having his residence lm- roved with a new coat of paint work done B y Mr.lireen, of Muysvlllo. Miss Anna Ilord spout several days at home last week. Mis Mamie Bcott, of Mnysllck, spout Saturday and Hunduy with the family of S.U. Ilord. John Goodman and bildo en mo home Friday. Quarterly rneeUugatlleloun, Friday, and Buudoy. Dr. Dougherty and wife upont Monday with Mr. Miner In MayHVllle. IIicllo. ABERDEEN ITEMS. MMl Ktrkpatrlck and Miss Martin, of nip. ley, are vUltlng Miss Joslo Davis, of this place. Miss Alvta Rlvgen, of lloatorvllle, Iiiih been vlslllug the Misses Whoeler. Somebody was In n hurry at the supper Saturday nlgblnnd loft before tlnlu. Mr. Una Lee vUtted his father last wcok, Measrs. Flpor and Hallibnry were In attendance at the supper Saturday nlghl. The Orpheus meot at tho homo of Mrs. Dr. Guthrie ibis oveulug. rilmile Norrls lett for Ht. Louis lost night. Miss Docla Uhodef, nno of MurphVHvllle'H lair daughters. Is vUltlng Mian Cora Kimble, ol near this pfco. Tne supper gl von by the school was considered quite a success. The most fashionable wedding or tho season will take place oner week before t.'hrlat. IBM. rHE WAY TO SUCCEED. 3omo Business and Social Maxtmn Which May bo Worth Itoinom. boring. Puck. It you want to succeed In life, you must run yomsalf In mystery. If you oam but (5 a week, you must dtaeinblu In such a nannor as to make iwoplo bcliovo you onjoy t princely Income. You must talk about wealthy people as hough Intimately acquainted with tlieui. Fou must walk down town to savo inonoy, ind tell pooplo you do it for tie which you need becauso of your sedentary xisltlon, ovon If you are a boil-carrier In nn sbscure neighborhood. If you can't get an overcoat, smilingly go without one, and laugh at tho man who wrnrs )ne, and bay you nre not delicate and the weather Is not cold enough, nud you'ro afraid fou will be obliged to put on your summer lndorclothlng If It doesn't hurry up and got I1. , , , If you can't afford to loavo the city during Jie heated term, say you prefer the city overy amo, and rldlculo tho country as much as possible by saying It Is only a bower of and malaria, and that you can't get a lecent meal thero to savo your life. But If you can't afford to Hvo at Newport jr In the more fashlonablo part of the city, jo and secure a den In Bleeckor street or tomo other out-of-the-way placo, and camp jut for tho summer, and toll your friends In :he winter that you have been In Colorado. If you nro unable to secure a Derby In October, stick to your straw hat, and say that you Intend to wear It right Into tho winter, because your hair is falling out, uud tho itruw Is so loosely sewod that tho wind may pass through and ventilate it. Then, when an elderly man asks you how Tiuch money you are making, out of idlo curiosity, turn about and smilingly ask him If ho thinks Tllden will run. Never answer his pjostlon, and, above all thlugs, never swap onfldoncos or become Intimate with pooplo you moot In a When a man tolls you how you might malso a big fortuno, ask him how It Is that ho Is poor. And when ho tolls you how rich ho would bo If bo were only your ago, tell him that no ono can preach success as eloquently as n pronounced failure. If you Inclluo to gambling, keep out of Wall street Leave stocks alone, and go risk your money In a legitimate gambling-house. It Is all gambling, and tho same thing; but tho regularly ordaluod ganibll gives you your verdict right Iwforo your eyes, on tho spot Novor rush In to separate two men who are fighting on tho street. If you do, you may bo struck by both parties. Stand oil and tako in tho circus. If men huvo sufficient provocation to maul each otbei, It would bo cowardly and wicked for them nbt to light. Anyhow, It Is nouo of your business, and you, thcieforo, havo no right to Interfere and spoil tho fun; because wo havo no moro fun in this wot Id than wo want, und the more wo havo tho hnpplor wo becomo. Nover laud at a friend's house at mealtime. It will look as though you nro tryiug to secure n gratuitous dinner; nnd, lcsldcs, you will not get n better dinner than you can buy any whore for a dollar; und they may havo n number of things on tho tnblu that you don't like, and you will havo to eat them out of courtesy. Never spend $ 10,000 to havo your daughter taught to sing, or play on tho piano, liccauso you can go nnd got burfeltod w Ith tho best piofesslonal living for $2. Besides, just as your daughter is Incoming proficient, she will marry a dry goods drummer and lcavo you. After a woman marries sho closes tho piano for good, nnd stops singing In order to find tlmo to talk. Nover order a HpauLsh omelette in a country hotel. Novor buy a dog from a boy you don't know. Nover have a picture taken with a cornet In your mouth, an nccordoou hi your hand, or a fire hat on your head. Never wear or designed to show your calling. An American btcniuidilp Lino. Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 4. President Henry D. "Welsh, of tho American Uteam ihlp Company, in speaking of tho Lino, itates Hint the subject of dovlslug means by which the running of tho vessels can bo put on a paying basis Is now under "It can positively be stated," continued Mr. Welsh, "thnt tho American Llue will not bo abandoned, Wu uio limply looking around for somo means by which tlio ships can bo mnclo to pay ami tho Pennsylvania ltallroud, which is tho principal owner in tho Company, has been paying tho losses for some years and wants a change." A Curious Allegation. Enrn, Pa., Doc. 4. W. Brown, Superintendent of tho County Alms-House, has been arrested, chargod with inhumanity to Sirs. Thompson, who was visiting Julia Hill, a dying consumptive girl. Julia Hill bad taken a notion to innkohorown shroud, and bogged tho lady to purchaso tho material necessary. Mrs. Thompson did so, and, whllo showing -Julia how to cut out tho shroud, sho allogos that sho was seized y tho Superintendent and struck sensoloss. Brown denies tho allegation, and says tho woman was intoxicated, disturbing tho patients and dangerously exciting tho dying girl. He has always been considered a kind and humana guardian. The Milwaukee Fire Unci. Milwaukee, Doc. 4. Fire bugs attempted the destruction of Adolph Holler's extensive sausngo factory. Tho two upper storios woro badly gutted, containing about 22,000 pounds of sausage moat. Tlio entlro work was damaged to the extent of 125,000. Thore is nn insurance of 22,00O upon tho building and contents in Eastern companies. A Dangerous Counterfeit. "Washington, Doc 4. Tno Socrot Division of tho Treasury havo received specimens of a very dangerous counterfeit gold coin, bearing date of lfatil), uud which is boliovod to be in circulation hi Chicago and Western cities. I'retty Catchalls. Detroit Free Press " Housobold."J rretty catchalls ate made of paper fans, with tho rivet which holds the Kicks, withdrawn and a cord substituted, 'lht fan is drawn togothor and one stick lapjxnl ujou tho other uud fastened, thus making a cone-shaped receptacle. A cornucopia of twiv0, strong paper is fitted into this, nud j it Ion passed In and out between the sticks forms bows In front. A ribbon loop is attache! by which to impend tho cate hall. "or Antl.Ci'oiuiitluiilNtH. IChlcago Times. M. Pivlon defeat one of tho favorite argu.. meuUof the if hi &.(. mont is founded on fact, by declaring that nil poisons which can detected In a body can bo as reudlly UwovmoJ hi the ashes, to that, in ca.nyi of criino, the uuls of Justice would not be pi ntj burunntlon. We have on our counter three hundred and fifty Boys' and Children's I OVER COATS I that we shall make a run on at from $2 to $4 each. Come and see them before they are all closed out. HEGHINGER BROS.&CO. JUST REfiP.iVP.il i sj.'1. w p iiuvut imu i it sua iiiuiv wiuinciu iJitu Ul MAVUAJIXX UVWUU over brought to MnysvlIIe, such ns Chamber Bets, Ten Hem, Uiluu Toys, HmokiiiuHets, UhainpiilKiio Glasses, Mush and Milk Bets, Oat Meal Sets, Jug Hols, A.C., designed expressly for the HOLIDAY TRADE I havo also a full lino of Castors, Canl Hecelvers, CnUo liasketfl, Jewel Caskets, Htlvor Plated nnd Solid SILVER SPOOITS. KNIVES, FORKS, which have been marked nt very LOW figures. Merchants ol this and adlolnliiK countlps will find It to thelrndvnntuiio to call nnd examine my slock before purchasing their Hnllduv UomU. Gr. .A.. Suttoxx St. BISQUE J. C. FECOR & CO. HOLIDAY IN ENDLESS VARIETY ffiariVO TMOUBLE TO SHOW GOODS ! POLITE ATTENTION ASSURED I CALL EARLY and SECURE BARGAINS. At No. 3, Enterprise Jiloch Moving boimot tho samples of threo large enstern lwusoHnt nsuniclenl discount to enable me lo sell them at tho now York cost nt retail. consist of DOLMANS, CIRCULARS Coats, Cloaks, Rubber Overcoats Rubber Gossamers, Gloves, Hosiery and Underwear, iw..VifvSl,,0Mr8'Sln.n,?mUKVIi?2STivnr,olr '.t,, above nn,red articles that have evor ..... w "MJO'lUVi Vtil UI1U UAUItlUJU n2l.lt(kc7 rjKOKGK II.HEINKK, tUealor In: GROCERIES, Pineapple Hams. Home-made Yeast Cakes. may30dly SECOND STRUCT. A M. IIOCIKK.H, DEALEll IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. II E. 'Heo, St. mchSOly HA YSVJLLE, KY, " r AMJIOJV, 'photographer, Hecond street, next dooi to Dr. Murtlu's npllslly MAYHVILIjK.KY. TT IINT A DOYI.r, Every now shado In DRESS GOODS, OrubhixlBtrnwbeny, Electric Uluo, ICijyptlau etc., und new Trimming to mateh. HccondHt., mohSlly MAYHVIM.K, KY. r w.uAMiitArrir, A'rroRNKY AT l.XW , Iteul Kxliilouuit i'ollclliir Au'ecy. Third Hticet, near Court house, mylWy MAYHVltil.K.KY. IITONK DAI'I.ION .V IIIIO., GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full llneolull IUimImoI on liund rorsukt hint 01 exi'inuiK" IIoiwh kept to dny. or month. I.michi nml next an pointed l.tveiy Hmlilo In tin; winI, I'rlciH nn owanaiiy. HuNiHiifiitiini lo velilulHKNtoiiid, Tt'lnphniin ciiutit'Ctlnii. No. til uud fi went SeCfludUl., upmily MAiBVJl.LK, ICY. L u?i,,s"ii nni.iiiAY nnnng i In M 01 FIGURES. r GOODS ! I, II CI II 3d. 33TTXiaZSS. TOIIN T. MiEMINO. INSURANCE AGENCY. ltoprosonts tho London and Liverpool and Cilobe. German American, of New Yorlt, and l'henlx, of llrooklyu. Also agent ror lllue Lick Water. Olnce corner of Front and HuU toimtreetH. upindly A O. IJKOWMNG, M. D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ofllco and residence corner of mill Mllttfl. UlMUtu Will nlw .nul.l attention lo dlaeusew peculiar to feinalw. nj'lliuijr aio.xa iuutu s J.DAVailKRTr, No. a, West Hecond HtreeU MARBLE YARD. Monument, Tnblebi and llendetones at wuysouhaud. Onloru by mall will receive tho Hume prompt attention as If delivered In periion. aplMly BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALL HOURS. Work nroinntlv and. Kiitlsfiinlnrllv ilnnn. Teiiim reaMiuable. Front street, beiweeu .iiurueiHuunuuou. apnmiiy 1f IHH I.oTTl'OWLlNCr FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Kail Hutu, Millinery Uoodx. UonneU, Floweruund Millinery (JoodsKenerally. Euilrn Hiitlnfacttou Kunranieed In ull oiisch. Hecond, oppoxlto Opera House. miijMly VTAYbVIULK IllTriUVNK. DYEING anil CLEANING InHUk uud Woolen OontU. Drowses, Shawls, ItlbhoiiH In nil colors. Ueullomen's elothlnir Cleaned uud DytHl. Front streot. below Kill House. 2i J03EPJ1 HOENNElt, Dyer, A FIXCIIACO., DEALERS IN GRAIN, PLOUa and HEMP. Cbr. Third and Sutton tttreeti, mchSOly' MA YHVlLLK, KY. A. IIONAN'H BOOT iND SHOE STORE. Custom work a specialty. Large stock. All kinds at lowest prices. No. 47, Market Btree .two doors below D. A. lllolinrdsou A Co.' grocery. a4dwly MAYSVILLK, KY. 8. JllUB, ATTOKNET AT LAW. Ren I EalafenadC'olleetlBs; Aceuey. Court HU, (apl2dly) MAYSVILLE. KY. CI OI.T KIVIIKHUN, Dealer In Staple and Fanoy has RBMOVKD from his old stand to tho building on Second street lately occupied by Charles II. Frank. aplSdly IAMF.S AVARK, (Successora to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Sale and Teed Stables Street Hack orders promptly attended to at all times. Finest and latest styla Turnouts. Horses bought und sold on Commission. Market St. four doors below Central Hotel, a 121 T W. SPAKUH BRS., Ao. 2i, MARKET BTRKRT. NEW CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS ant UlifliB Ulimlaii PavmaIo sit QA QK 40, 46, 60, 00, 65, 70, 76. and 80 cU., tlM and Jl- per yard. mcbSldly rOIIN B.TOYNTZ.JR., INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and best Companies. Insures for full value. Low rates. Losses promptly paid. No discounts No delays. Office corner Third and Market streets. sprtSdly r BliAUEBURUCQU, THE BOSS WALTHAM WATOH STORE. Headquarters for Clocks, Silver Uoods, Jewelry etc. A 11 work promptly and satisfactorily done. Secoud St., Last of Market. apl7 JACOB IiINN, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Fresh Oysters a specialty. Fresh bread and oakes. Parties and weddings furnished on short notice. 36 Second St.. maySdly M AYSVILLE, KY. T AMK 4e WORRIOU, Contractors, Architects, Builders. Flans and specifications furnished an reasonable terms and all work satisfactorily and done. Office on Third street, be firoinptly ween wall and Button. nplildly VrOKRIMON A HACK LEY. Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. 8eeond Street, (ruhfflly) MAYSVILLE, KY. DAUL . ANDERSON, DENTIST,1 No. 21 MmrketSt.,nearliopp. Ventral Motel, Office Open at all Uourt. MA YS VXhLB, KY muylSly.d. nK.DEWirr i. franklin, j Noxt door to Bank of sbd IMT DAVIM, FORNINIIINO UOOBH aad OLOTHIITGr, Hats, Caps. Trunks and Valises. The latest fall styles Just received. Market SU, aplfdly MAYSVILLK, KY. G H. MINER A BRU, Dealers In- Boots, Shoes, Leather And FINDINGS, No. 1, Secoud, cor. Sutton streets, mohSldly MAYSVILLE, KY. VTRI. F. B. COLUNH, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKIHQ. Latest styles of Hats, lion nets. Laces and Millinery Notions. Prices low. Hooond street, Mrs. Uoorgellurrows' old stand, aplltdly MATTIR ARB, Second street, January" Sloek. Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Foathers, Trimmings etc., ot the latest stylos. Prices Low. wchSldly ?WENS BARULET, Nos.67and 69 Second and 10 Huttou streets, havo Just received a lare stock of Improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, the greatest labor-saving Implement ever to fanners. The best tobacco hot and tobacco barn hardware of all kinds, aplia M F, MARflll, ATrORNBTT AT LAW, Jastice of the Peace, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AKNT. Will advertise and sell real estate. No charges whatever unless a sale Is consummated. Deeds, inorUtuiro Ac written at rates as low as any one's. Offloe Library Uulldlne. Sutton street. 1MTRN. A. J. WILLIAMM. Ruqs, Oil Cltths aM Mattings Will be sold OUKAP for the uozt thirty days. Call and see them. mchSOly Ifo. 30, Katt Second Street. 'Vj-KM. MART E. THOKAM, Dealer In Millinery and Notions, Announoes thnt she has Just received her full stock, which wilt be found very attractive and that she has also secured the ser vices of an accomplished trimmer from Cincinnati. One price only. IS E. Second sU, alMly MAYSVILLK, KY. XTF.W FIRM, BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA, (Successor! to Cooper A Wsset, Denlera lu Nft ves, Rang, Mr blelaed fTIn, Cofiper Mit Hheet Iresi Ware, Special attention paid to tin rooOlng, guttei and Practical plnmbers, tas and steam Otters, Wrought Iron and lead pipes. Ac. All work attended to promptly aad warrauted. SB E. tfcwvind st aOdly. MAYUV1LUS, KY, Q A, MEANS, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full line of Durlal Hobos and all articles required by tho "undortnUlng trade. Orders promptly alUmded today or nluht. inSOly tfo. 61, Kvl Second Street, 1I77 B.MAXUEWN A CO.," Manufacturers and Dealers In Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths, Shingles, blinds, Fraincx, Doors, Hash, Staves, Fencing, Tobacco HoipiliMuls, Ac mcnSOly MAYSVILLK, KY. O B. OLDHAM, " PriTJMBER, Sanitary Knglncer, Gas and Dealer In plumber's goods, Pumps, Hoxh, Sewer Ples, Lead and Iron Piping, Ml earn and Water Gauge. No. 8 west Second strew , opposite Uelsel's grocery, aplfdly MAYSVILLK, KY. p EO. COXA SON, Dealers In Staple and Funcy jDrsr goods, SECOND BTUKET. mch311y MAYSVILLK, KY. rpRANK DEVINE, Manufacturer of ci3A.:e&s. Proprietor of the celebrated bnimls: Hold tho Fort. Parlor Queeu nnd Motlier Hubbard. Best cigars In the market. Full variety of smokers' articles. Second street, ally MAYSVILLK, KY 11T1LLIAM HUNT. Manufacturer and originator of the celo united brands of OIO-ABS, Silver Dollar, Wra. Hunt's Dark Horse, Hap y umoke, Ttiree ueuuttos, (Joruwoou ami fi! old Slugs, ueoona street, aiaysviue, Ky. W. LYNCH, w. Manufacturer of nud Dealer In BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladles' and children's fine shoes a specialty Custom work made to order. Repairing neatly and promptly done at moderate charges. No. 41 M arket steett, Kast side. a41y MAYSVILLK, KY T.H.N. SMITH, DENTXST. Will devote Ills whole time to the preservation of the natural teeth. Dr. C. w. Waidle Will take charge ol all the mechanical work, such as gold, sllver,ooutlnuousguin, celluloid and rubber plates. mch.'lldly a A ALEXANDER, OLD RELIAULU LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES. Vehicles of all kinds, good stock and eareful drivers. Horses kept by tho day, or weok on reasonable terms. Second sL, between Market and Limestone. jT AM HECEIVING DAILY the best brands of FRESH OYSTERS! which will be served lu all styles. Forala also by thucati, hull-can or In hulk nt leiixon. able prices. T.J. NOL1N, at Werley's confectionery store, Second Hi. Cl II. TKAXEL, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ice cream parlors open for tho season. Absolutely pure candles. Fresh bread of all kinds. Furnishing weddltigs und parties a specialty. Prices low. niaytdly "" -Vf-RS. M. ARCHDEACON, announces to tho publlo thnt she has marked her stock down lo make room for HOLIDAY NOVELTIES. My slock consists of Illrds, Foathers, Hats, Velvets, Ornaments and Notlousorall kinds. The Indies are Invited to call andbee prices. 3Sstablls2xea. 1SS5. EQUITY GROCERY. O. W. GEISEL, No. , W. Heeead HU, Opp. Opera House, Fruits and Vegetablesln season. Your patron ate respeetfnllr sollcltl. IHdlv Hotllt2PS, Don'i Punish YourShiMrenl K . 355: VJ?.u.r.dniH)J,flt or rnerchant and get abottloof Wlllsf World Worm Cuiidv the most efficient and palatable wonn meillcii'J . U "f lmt.VJ 1? eKlitfulIy ftavoreil ticks ot candy, and tlio little oncsluvu to take It PIANO MANUFACTORY. F. L. TRAYSER, .Dealer In flreUclass: PIANOS S ORGANS. ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED I FFHt Street, MayMville. T. Lowry, In: FAMILY GROCERIES i Tea, QueeiiMware, CJgRra. Olmswarc, Tobaccea. IVotioiiN. . ?l,Chrt eM,, Pr,ce PW forcountrv nrodnra. JylfcTtf Corner Fourth nudWutu blfSet"