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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY EVENING, flEO. 124, 1883. 7,601 The above n timber represents tlio olrculn tlnn, each week of the Daily and Wkkki.y HULiiBTlM. Advertisers nro Invited to call and assure themselves ol the truth of the atatctnont, and thoy nro requested to bear In mind (tint our rate for advertising are tin lowest. . Tom IlfeNRY, tho mountain boy, linn come out of bla ureal controversy Willi rnrtalu Kentucky edltora with his tall vllle Argus. Tho pepperlngho hos received nppenis to havo had a good efluct. It h? roporled on nutliorily, said to lo good, that Mary Anderson, in to marry thoDukoof Portland. Mnry Bhoultl tirinj: him Co Louisville and make a Democrat out of him. TiiB)(oppnlng dato of tho Kentucky Association Los been changed from Miiy 15 to May 14, and tho annual sale of the yearling thoroughbreds will bo on tho 13th, 14th and 15th. Tho Louisville rncea begin lOtli. Op tho 10,740,254 gallons of whisky in bond in this, tho Seventh District of Kentucky, on December 1st, 30,538 gallons were made during November. During tho eomo month 101,841- gallons were withdrawn from bond, of which 7,983 were exported. CunisTMAB as an occasion for good cheer and the indulgence and interchange of kindly sentiments, has gained Bway oven where tho sublime and simple faith on which it Is founded has not. Henco tho itnportanco of tho part our stores take in tho festivities of these holidays. Washington Irving's quaint Knickerbocker theory that tho stomach was tho seat of tho human soul thus finds soma measuro of verification, and tho prevailing spirit of Christmas cheer is rightly expected to quicken tho charities of all, and to tighten ttio chords of universal human brotherhood. Feed the birds this cold dreary w cather, especially whon no havo snow upon the ground. Thoy can get little or no food and therefore perish. Their plumage is handsome, and in the warm months of tho year thoy give us sweet music. Thoy nro valuable in a dollars and' cents point of view. They destroy tho worms and insects which destroy our fruit, grain and vegetables, Many complain because thoy oat tho fruit and grain. They are entitled to it, and it is nn ascertained fact that for every dollar's worth of fruit and groin thoy take, nt least fivo dollar's worth is saved to the owner. Tako n small paper tray, such as tho grocers havo, put it in a tree or null on top of a post six or eight feet from tho ground, tio a fow osago orange or other thorn bushes around tho post to keep tho cats oil (cats havo a horror of thorns). Let tho distance bo twenty feet or so in tho rear of tho kitchen, and givo tho birds some scraps from ttio tablo onco or twice every day. It Is but little troublo and no' expense. If tho birds could talk thoy would thank you for tho kind act. . m The Philadelphia Tress in an articlo on the subject of caring for pauper children says: If wo aro to prevent the growth of a class which will always bo a burden upon tho moro fortunate of the present and future generations, pauper children must bo taught not only the commonest and cheapest forms of labor, but tho hand or brain must bo trained until tho pauper child has nt least an equal Btart rln life In this respect with dron who, aro not paupors. In tho private family tho child Is hardly likely to gather enough Information by snatches to overbalance tho depressing knowlcdgo of tho fact that ho is a pauper. Tho training with which tho pauper child should havo ho can hardly acquire outside of nu industrial school, and tho establishment of indtintriiil schools in the counties, while moro at tho outstart, would in tho in end prove moro economical than permitting the pauper children to grow aB Topsy did, to increase tho class of criminals or to relapso into a stato bondage and worthlesaness. i Tho Locnl Paper. Tito Chicago Tribune, one of the leading papers ot tho west, tells a great deal of truth in a few words in tho following article ; . ,What tolls bo readily tho standard of a town, or city as tho appear.tncu of its paper? .And its youth or its ni;o can iih well be determined as by a personal notice. The onterpriHo of its citiens is depicted by its advertisements, their liberality by tho looks of tho people. Somapapors show a good, solid, healthy foundation, plothoric purse, a well-to do appoar&nco generally; others show a striving to contend with tho grasping thousands ,, around thorn, trying to wrench out an existonro from tho close-fisted 'community around them. An occasional meteoric display in its columns show whatsit can do If it had tho means, hut lt?cannot continuo its exponsivo work until support comes which ought to readily bo grauted. A nowspapor Is liko a church ; it wants fostering; then it can rcllect credit on its location. Take your homo paper. It gives you more news of immediate interest than Now York or other papers; it talks to you when othdr papors hollo you; Jt stands up for your rights; you nlwiiyn have a champion in your homo paper, and those who stand up for you should certainly bo woll sustained. Your interests are kindred and equal, and you must rise or fall together. Therefore it is to Vour Intesest to support your homo pa-paper; not grudgingly, but in liberal spirit; us pleasure, not as a duty ; but as an investment that will amply pay the expenses, atMK THE POTATO AND THK ONION. The pntntn went out on a mnnh, Anil conufit An onion txxt ; "1 hut's plH for mol" observed the squash, Ah nil tbn beets turned red. " (Jo it way I" the onion, weeping cried : " Your love, I cannot bo; Tim pumpkin be your lawml bride; Vim eanlelopo with me I" Hut onward still tho tuber came, And lidd down nt her feet; " You caul' flower by any mime, And It will smell as wheal; And I, too, nin nu early rose, And you 1'vucometoseo; Ho don't tin nip your lovely nose, Hut spluachut wllh mol" " I do not enrrot oil to wed : Bo go, sir, II you pleas I" The motif st maldon meekly mild, ' And lettuce, pray, have pense; Go think thai you huve never seen Myself or smelted my sigh I Too long a maiden 1 have been For fuvors In your ryo?" " Ah spare o cuss!" tho tuber proved : " .My clierryshed brldo you'll bq 1 You nro the only weeping miild That's current now with mol" Ami as the wily tuber npoko Ho caught her by surprise, And giving her an artichoke, Devoured her wllh his eyes. The Olrls Who Marry Titles. Now York World. American girls who marry foreign adventurers nro much in tho sanio position as men who buy mining claims with their eyes shut. Thoy must trust to lurk for tho yield and sometimes for tho titlo, and tnoy ought not to no surprised if they get dirt instead of gold dust and pieces of stono In place of nuggets. A mine worth owning is never sold for a sonir. A husband worth marrying never makes u market of his title. lint when a fool with money buys n mine in tho dark ho has no right to grumblo if lie finds himself swindled. When a girl soils herself for the sake of wearing a flimsy handle to her name, she ought not to cry if she finds herself wedded to a worthless vagabond. Foreigners who travel on their shape and titlo to pick up n rich wifo aro never an thing but worthless vagabonds. The Supply llxlmtisted. Philadelphia Call. A whisky salesman from Kentucky called on n Market street denier with n view to pclliug him a bill of liquors. "I am glud to seo you," said the dealer to tho agent from Kentucky. " 1 urn gettinu low on tine grades, and I wish you would have u few barrels shipped at oiiro by express." " I urn tumid you will havo to wait u short time." B.tid the salesman. " I liuto to disappoint you, but wo can't fill an order for high priced whiskies under two months." "What id tho matter?" asked the dealer. "I have just received a dispatch from my firm to tho eilect that since the election of Mr. Carlisle to tho Speakership tho home demand has been so great us to exhaust the supply." rasliion Notes. Velvet is gradually taking tho place of plush. Sotno dresses are made wholly of Jersey cloth. Curls an inch long havo returned to tho nape of tho feminine neck. Freckles a re. now fashionablu sinco the Princess Louise lias them. Kruegin China is n crackled waro embellished with forget-me-not. IlrideH on tho continent no longer wear gloves ut tho ceremony. Illack laco net darned with gold thread in geometric patterns will bo tihcd for ball dresses. In cloth contB tho Newmarket takes precedence in popular favor. High crowned hats aro considered tho most stylisli. Bonnets, gloves, handkerchiefs and stockings now correspond with the dress in color. Jerpoy cloth ii made into tailor suits ub scveroly as possible. . One or the Other Must (Jo. Hlploy Hudjjet. The Maysvillo street cars kill on an averago about four hogs per week. Not enough room for n hog and a car on tho track at the samo time. Tin: tobacco exhibition at Helena Station will tako placo to-morrow. A premium of $35 will bo given for the best sample offered. Hon. Thus. L. Jones is looming up as a candidate for Senator. Ilo will have a strong following. Terrible Accident nt Denver. Dknveii, Col., Dec. 2!!. A heart-rending accident happened in tho switch yard of tho Burlington Hoail. A number of boys, while crossing the yard on returning from school, made an attempt to pass betrroeu two Boctlons of a freight train, which were coming together. The leading boys got through all right, but the ones who blindly followed their leaders were caught. Ocorgo JliUor, a six-year-old son of John Miller, who lived near by, had his head caught botween the two bumpers, almost crtiiblng it from 1 10 body. Tbo oth r boj wero moro lucky and succeeded in scrambling out from under the cars. The train men observed tho boys when It was too late, but the engineer stopped the cars just as the bumpers mot, which was the means of saving some of tho boys' lives. A Bachelor Takes Ills Own Life. Qalxka, 111., Dec. SI. Jack Btanley, a single man, and well-known hunter of Southern Wisconsin, residing at Is dead, having tnken his own life by shooting himself through tho temple with a revolver Btanloy was misBed from his usual rounds by his friends, who suspected ho had gone hunting, Later his bachelor quarters were soarched and ho was found lying dead in his bed, with his hands crossed over his breast and a pistol In his under hand. He had shot himself in the toinnlo, tho Iwdl passing clear through and out the other side of his head, Tho deceased was tho possessor of large property in bonds and real estate, and owned a valuable drove of cat tlo at tho time of his death. He has been alllictcd with melancholy of lute, from wouio uuexplaluabli causa, , Government Departments and Christmas, Vashinoton, Dec, v!3. Different action has boon taken by tho heads of tho various Government Departments. The Interior, Navy, and Treasury Departments will be closed on Monday, tho War Department and Department of Jtutlco will close at l'J M,, the State and Postofllce Departments will keep open all day. All the Departments will be closed on Christmas Day. A DOWNRIGHT 0 WRAPS, UNDEnMAR and GLOVES, XTVXTjiXji oar'apjun. o,o-x-a."v Lot Ladies' Cloaks, worth $2 50 at $1 25 Lot Ladies' Cloaks, worth 5 00 at 2 50 Lot Ladies' Cloaks, worth 8 00 at 4 00 Lot Ladies' Cloaks, worth 12 00 at 6 00 Russian Circulars - 8, 9, 12, 15 and $20 Three hundred Men's White Merino Shirts worth 50c. - - - 35c Fivo hundred Men's worth 75c. - Ten dozen Ladies' Lined Gloves, extra long worth 50c. - - - 25c One hundred pairs of Men's Lined Gloves at - - 25, 35, 50, 75 and $1 Handkerchiefs and Mufflers. One Handkerchief in Fancy Box, each 5c. Silk Handkerchiefs 10, 25, 35, 40, and 50 Silk H'dk'fs 75, 90, Cashmere Mufflers - Silk Mufflers 75, Silk Mufflers ! Boy's Caps at -15, Men's Caps at - - 90, $1 and $1 50 Fine Table Linens, 50, 75, 90 and $1 Alapaca and Felt Skirts, elegant quality. Bargains in Fine Rugs. J. W. SPARKS & BRO., NO. 24, Market Street, :of every description at: F- HL. TR AXEL'S. HAI8IN8 Lindon Layers, Layers, Loose Muscatel, Cabinet Imperial. NUTH Almonds. Filberts, I'ecatiK, Chestnuts, 1'eauutH, Fls, Dates, Currants, Citron, O range and Candied Lemon Peel, Foreign and Domestic Fruits nfnll kinds and quality. Finest assoitmoiit of common and choicest F1NKST 0ANDIK3. A choice lot of OSCARS and TOBACCO $2, $3, $4 and $5 CAPS! 25, 35, 40 arid 50c - 50, 75 and $1 MAYSVILLE, KY, our counter three fifty Children's IOVERCOATSr make a run on at each. Gome and they are all BROS.&GO. We deal In SPECULATION!.;;,: and on Chicago Hoard and lu stock on N. Y. Hoard money piuu in as Boon as iraue isoioseu. uo not have to await remittance from Chicago or New York, Ciiielnnntl GrHln nnd Htork Kxctinwre.ea.Wrtit Firth Mtreet, OnpoNlte Fountain, rinelnnnll, 1.1.11m W. A. NOBTON. Manager. II INN MUJ 1'OWiaNG, FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Fall Hats, Millinery Goods. DonneU, Kib- oouh, Mowers and Millinery uoousgenerniiy. Entire sutlxfacllon Kuarameeu in an casea. Second, opposite Opera House. may41y pAUl. O. ANDKKNON, DENTIST, IR No, 21 Mtrket 81. , nearly opp. Oentral Hotel, Office Open at all Hour. MAYS VILLB, Kl ru iyl81y.d. pvR. OF, WITT orPKAWKMBT, nKWTTflT. t VNext door to Ilaoltof May W vllle. td VTRH. F. R. :OIXINN, , MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Hsts, ItonneU, Laces aud Millinery Notions. I'i Icon low. Beooud street, Airs, George Harrows' old utaud. aplltklly We have on hundred and Boys' and that we shall from $2 to $4 see them before closed out. HECHINGER YIT U. MATIIKWM A VO Manufactured) and Dealers In Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths, Hhlngloa, blinds, Frame, Doors, Bash, Htaves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac. mcnllly MAYHVILLE,KT. T W.N FA It UN II IIO., Jio. 2i, UARKKTaTHEBT. NEW CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS and Window Hhadeu. Good Carpets at SO, Sfi, 40, 45, 50, 00, (15, 70, 76. aud 90 Ota., f 1.00 an I 11.25 per yard. mchSldly il H. IMINKcl IIUoT " Dealers In Boots, Shoes, Leather And FINDINGS, No. I. Hecond, cor. Huttoti Btroets, mchSldly MAtHVILLK, KY. -jVTAynvii.m: ik iioiink. DYEING and CLEANING In Bilk and Woolen Good", Hlmwli, Itlbnoiiatn nil colon. UHnllemon'N rlothlne Cleaned and Uyul. Fro. t slittet. Imlow Hill Uouho. M JOHIC1MI UUKNN Kit, Dyer, SLAUGHTER! 3P - White Merino Shirts 50c - - $1, $1 25 $1 50, $2 - 25, 50 and 75c pRANK HKVIKE. Manufacturer of " OIQABS. Proprietor of the celebrated brands : tlold the Fort, Purlor Ciueen and Mother Hubbard. Best cigars In the market, full variety of motors' articles. Bocoud street, ally MAYHVILLE, KY VfrR8. H AtfY ac. THUBUH, Dealer In Millinery and Notions, Announces that she lias JuhI received her fall stock, which will be found very attractive and that she has also eenred the ser vices of an accomplished trimmer from Ulu. clnnatl. Ouo prloe only. 13 K. Beooud St., a9dly MAYHVILLK, KY. p im. coxa new, Dealers (nHtapleafid Faney-n ZDIRTZ" OOOZDS BEOONU BT11EET. mchSlly MAYHVILLK, KY jiff DAVI8, rUBKINUINUUOtflMnMd Hats, Caps. Trauka and Valises. The latest rallstylesjust received. Market HL, aplSdly MAYBVILLK, KY. " " TAH BKCEIVIHQBAM.T tho best brauds of- FRESH OYSTERS! which will be nerved lu all styles. For sale also by thecuu, or in bulk; at prices. T.J. NOUN, at Mertey's confectionery store, Bocoud Hi. JUT RM. A. J. WU.LIAMN. OABPBTS, Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will be sold OI1KAP lor the uext thirty days. Call and see them. inchsjly So. ay, taut Second Street. pONKW AIXKIf, STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, mantels, etc. Bole agetita for the celebrated Omaha and Loauer stovetu Roofing aud DroiuDtly unit satlslaotorllv done. Cor ner ol Market and Third .streets, A. It. Glascock's old stand. ' apUBdlw E5eta,"tolislxed. 18SS. EQUITY GROCERY. O. W. OKI BEL, No. t,W. Heeoad NL.,pp.eprra Hsaie, Krultsatid Vegetableatn season. Your respectfully solicited. llidlr Tkt ONK UACIVroN A BBU., GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full line of all ktudsot vehicles on hand forsule, hire or exchange. Horses kept by day, week or month. Largest aud best appointed Livery Stable In the west. Prices as lowaaaoy. Rest attention to vehicles Ntoied. Telephoue connection. No. 4U aud 42 west HeoondHt., apl7dly MAYMVILLH.KY. YWT W. LYNCH, Manufacturer of and Dealer lu . BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladles' and children's flue shoes a specialty Custom work made to order. Repairing neatl) aud prom ptly done at moderate charges. No. s I Market steett, East side ally MAYHVILLK, KY p AMMON, 'photographer. Becond street, next door to Dr. Martin's apltfdly MAYHVILLK. KY. A UONAN'H BOOT 1ND SHOE STORE. Custom work a specialty, Large stock. All kluds at lowest prices. No. 47, Market alree ,two door below KA, Richardson ... A Co. s erooery. .... .... . atdAwly ,HAII)VlbUK, M, HUNT A DOYLE, Every new shade In DRESS GOODS, Crushed Htrawberry, Klectrlo Blue, Kgypllan eta, ana new rnminings io maun. Heooud HL, mcUStly MAYHVILLK, KY. f W.OALBBAITU, ATTttBNET AT LAW, Rent Estate aud Colleetlsiv Agency. Third street, near Court house, mylUly MAYHVILLK. KY. reHN H. rOYNTX.JK., INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and beat Companies. Insures for full value. Low rates. Losses promptly paid. No discounts No delays. Office corner Third and Market streets. aplddiy M r, HABSH. ATTAK9E7 AT I.4W, Jaatloe of tits Pmc, REAL ESTATE snd INSURANCE ASENT, Will advertise and sell real estate. No charges whatever unless a sale Is consummated. Deeds, mortgage Ac written at ratos as low as any one s. ymco uivnrj uuuuiug, ouiiuu street, 11. HBOWNINfl, Me A i PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON. Office and residence south-east corner of Third aud Hutton streets, will give special attention to diseases peculiar to females. aplHdly MAYHVILLK, q J.BAOOHERTT," No. 0, West Heoond Mtreet. Monuments, Tablets and iUadstoues al. ways on hand. Orders by mall will reoelvt the same prompt attentiou as If delivered lp person. spindly Y BLAKEBOROTJUH, TKCIIOtS WALTHAM WATOH STORE). Headquarters for Clocks, Mil ver Goods, Jew slry etc All work promptly and satisfactorily done. Heoond HL, Kast ol Markot. apl7 rieLT KICHBH0K, Dealer In Rtaple and Fancy has HKMOVED from his old stand to the bulldlugon Second street lately occupied by Charles II. Frank. aplSdly Q A. HKA. FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full line of Burial Robes and all artlalea required by the undertaking trade. Orders promptly attended to day or night. inSO y JVo. 61, Beut Hicond Utrttt, AYER'S Sarsaparilla sares Khmimfitlsm, Menralela, Rheumatic flout. General Debility, Catarrh, ami all disorders caused by a thin and linporerlBlied, or corrupted, condition of the blood; expelling the blood-poisons from the system, enriching and renewing the blood, and restoring Its power. During a long period of unparalleled usefulness, AYEn'a 8AnsArAim.LA has proren Its perfect adaptation to the euro of all diseases originating In poor blood andawcakened vitality. It Is a highly concentrated extract of Sarsaparilla and other roots, combined with Iodide of rotasslum anil Iron, and is the safest, most rollable, and most economical blood-purifier and blood-food thnt an bo used. Inflammatory ItheutnalUm Cured. "Ayxr'b BARSArABiLUL has cured me of the Inflammatory IlheumaUsm, with which 1 have suffered for many years. W. H. Mooiie." Durham, la., March 2, 1882. " Eight years ago I had an attack of Rheumatism so severe that I could not move from the bed, or dress, without help. I tried several remedies without much If any relief, until I took Avf.u's by tho use of two bottles of which I was completely cured. I havo not been troubled with the Rheumatism since. Have sold Urge quantities of your Saiisavaiulua, and It still retains Its wonderful popularity. Tho mnny notable cures It has effected In this vicinity convince me that It Is the best blood medicine over offered to the public. E. F. IlAltius," River St., Uuckland, Mass., May 13, 1882. " Last March I was to weak from general debility that I could not walk without help. Fol lowing the advice nt a friend, I commenced taking Atkbvs Sahsaparilla, and before I had used three bottles I felt as well as I everdldinmy life. I have been at work now for two months, and think your SARSArARlUA the greatest bloou medicine In the world. JAMRS JlAYNAim." 620 West tM St., New York, July 19, 1882. Ayxr's SxiuiAPAiilLtA cures ScTofuln and 11 Scrofulous Complaints, Erysipelas, Ringworm, Blotches, Sores, Rolls, Tumors, and Eruptions of the Skin, Itclears the blood of all Impurities, aids digestion, stimulates the aotlon of the bowels, and thus restores Vitality and strengthens the whole system. rusrARED BY Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass. Bold by all Druggists; prlco 91, sis bottles, ?5, Dr. BATE 85 S. Clark St., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO. ArernUrsndotte. aryTheOlilr.tHpcclnlLt In tho United SUtei, who.. Liru UJ.- LXl'KUII.M'P, p.rf.ct ra.lliod snd pur medicine Innure srchlir and ranuAMKNT cunrn of til Print.. Obranlo nd N.rrous Dliettes. Affections of the Jllnuil, Nkln, Kidneys, Illadder, Jlruptlona, Ulcer., Old Marcs. MwelllliK nf AIniilh. Throat. Hone Inlne, pernisneDtly cured sud rsdlctted from the tjr.tem for life. UrmUfllQIrflltty.IliMlrnCif,Srmlnal HCnf UUd jAs,tiexuulVecuy, Mmitul and X'hu'lcal ITeaknrss, Stilling Memory, Weah I'yti, Stunted Development, to Mftrriagt, etc., Vo creem or any rouse, ipredlly, wifely and prlratrly Cured, snd Old men, snd all who need medtcil .kill snd experience, con.ult Dr. lists st one. Hie opinion coi notlilng, and may ut future miser and ahame. Whon Inconvenient to Tl.lt the city for treatment, medicine, can he aent .T.rrwb.r. by mail or express Ireo from KJ-It i. that a iihyiician who (Ires bis whole attention to a claas lit. tains creat .kill, and phytlcianathrouiihout tha country, knowinsthla.frequentlyrecoinmenddltncult cues to the tlldesi NpeclHllat, by whom erery known food remedy Is used. Hate's Ace and Kxperlenee maVe his opinion of supreme Impnrtunre. -Thoe who call see no one butthe Doctor. Uonaullatlonsfreeand.Hcrrdly eonadrnttul. Uaaea which hare failed In ohtalninic r.ll.f elsewhere, e.peclally .ollcited. Kenial treated. Call or write. Hour, from t to 4, to 8 1 Sunday, lo to IS. UUIDK to JlKAI.nt SKNT FlIKK. AddreM sa above. Danit Punish Your Kfcildrenl K not to vour drtlircbit or mrrclmnt mill cot a Douteor wins' Vnilfl worm Cunilv the most cfllclent and palutulilo worm niedlclno made. It is put nil In ilellKlitfully llavoreil sticks of candy, and tliu liltlo onus lo o to tako It. P 0 MANUFACTORY F. L. TRAYSER, tDealer In PIANOS S ORGANS. ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED I PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED FrHt Street, MajNvillo, C?fli Oil .ALL DRUQQISTS SELL IT. Y ANSJKY A AI.KXANDKK7 " " " " LB RBUABLE MVEflY, SALE AND FEED STABLES. 1XTII.I.IAM UllMT. " CloldHlugs. Beoond Street, MaysvUleKy"