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JiM? h r V ' to I i It -. ti B Evening Bulletin. DAILY, KXCKPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proorietors. FKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1894. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. November Kli'Ctlon, 181)4. For Congress R. K. It ART. of Fleming. For Appellate Judge, THOMAS H. PAYNTER, Of Greenup. County Judge, THOMAS R. PHISTER. County Cleric, T. M. PKAKCL'. Comity Attorney, FRANK P. O'DONNELL. Plied ft", J. C. JEFFERSON. As-e"or. JOHN C. EVERETT. Surveyor, V. C. PELHAM. Coroner, J. D. ROE. Jnller, R.C.KIRK. Fair, warmer weather. The Republican Cincinnati Commer cial Gazette says: "Tho rumble of tho approaching business boom grows louder day by day." The country doesn't seem to be going to ruin under a Democratic tariff. Here is something to the point from the Courier-Journal: "If wo had fewer jurors in Kentucky with scruples against the death penalty, there would bo fewer desperate murderers to plot outbreaks in the Kentucky penitentiary. A Kentuck ian seems never so concerned about human life as when he gets on a jury." "The Republican idea," says the Chi cago Herald, "is that when tariffs are incroased employers are under no obli gations to raise wages, but when they are decreased wages must come down at any cost." An increase in the tariff, however, has not always insured stabil ity in wages. Cuts were numerous and frequent under tho McKinley bill. The Chicago Tribune, in discussing the Congressional election in November, says that " it is important that tho Repub licans should have a majority of the State delegations, because of the possibil ity of tho election of the next President being thrown into the House." This is just as important a matter to the Demo crats. It is a feature of tho contest that should not be overlooked. BASIL Y ANSWERED. "How does it come that when the Democrats went out of power in 1SG0 tho government had been run for seventy years, and there was but live millionaires in the whole United States, land was a good price, farms free of mortgages, and tramps and strikes were unknown; while after thirty years of Republican rule there are over 5,000 millionaires, land no price, and surfeited with mortgages, strikes on all hands and tramps by tho million ?" Public Ledger. BRIGHTER TIMES AHEAD. Worthington C. Ford, Chief of the Bureau of Statistics, predicts brighter prospects the coming year for business. In an interview recently with a represen tative of tho United Press, ho said that "only relatively have the past twelve twelve months proved disastrous," and to this he added, "I have not a little cause for hopefulness;" supplementing this by saying: "It must bo borne in mind that the United States were tho last to feel tho depression in trade. Throughout Europe tho reduction in the volume in trade has continued through three or more years; while tho United States touched the highest export figures in 1892, tho highest import figures in 1893, and for tho fiscal year ended Juno 30th, 1891, in tho faco of most dis couraging conditions, a very largo surplus value of exports over imports is shown. Low prices have encouraged foreign buyo'rs of our produce, and in the freest market in tho world, London, tho buyer has not been so favored in fifty years." Mr. Ford now proceeds to give tho figures of some of tho leading exports of tho country, which aro certainly very assuring for tho future. Wo learn from them, that while tho export of somo of our staples was heavier for 1894 than in previous years, tho money value was less, because of tho general business depres sion tho world over. It will surpriso most readers to have it stated that tho exports for 1894 exceeded those of 1893 by $38,000,000, and about $10,000 more than tho avoragos for tho years 1889 to 1893. Bucklon's Arnica Salvo. Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum , fovor sores, tettor. chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale at J, Jamoa Wood's, PETOSKEY AND MAOKINAO. A Bulletin Scribe Writes Intorestingly of Those Points Great Fishing. . Pctoskkv, Mich., September 3, 1891. A rido by mil of thlrty-ilvo miles and eight by steamer across the straits landed us on tho his toric Island of Mackinac. We fell In company with a Mr. Dwlre and wlfo. He Is a great nephew of James Dwlre, who once lived near Fern Leaf, and having visited that place and being well ac quainted with many of tbo people, of course I was delighted to meet them. Together wo traveled over the Island and went Into raptures over the magnificent scenery, viewed the many remarkable curiosities, such as tho arched rock, the towering sugar-loaf rock, the devil's kitchen and tho rock overhanging a cliff where, tradition says, an Indian maiden hearing that her lover was killed In battle dashed herself over to certain death. The government owns two-thirds of the Island, and overlooking the strait Is Fort Mackinac. The oQlccr In command was very kind in giving us the freedom of tho fort. To us tho most in teresting feature were the old block houses, one at each corner of tho fort erected in 1780, as a refuge from the Indians, and from which, through many holes In the walls, they could Are on an approaching enemy. We visited nn old church said to have been erected by a Jesuit Priest named Marquette over i!00 years ago. Tho many hotels crowded with visitors, tho magnificent nnd palatial cottages erected and oc cupied mostly by Chicago millionaires are a sight worth seeing. The largo hotels arc adver tised to clo3c on September 25th. Already many visitors are closing their cottages, and, like the birds, going southward. Petoskey was named for an Indian Chief who lies buried here. His widow and children survive him. They have had no rain In this section for months; the forests are burning and tho air is dense with smoke. It is about as warm here Just now as In Kentucky. The citizens soy they have never had Just such a fall before. Of all the disconsolate, lonesome sounds It has been our lot to hear, that of the fog-horn on Mackinac straits beats them all. You uccdu't tell anybody unless you wish to, but I am homesick this Monday morning and wondering why I ever had hay-fever. I am longing for my old Kentucky home, and would rather eat breakfast in the humblest cottage on the North Fork hills than travel over these waters wondering "what are the wild waves saying," whllo ever and auon comes into my mind: "Break, break, break, On thy cold gray stones, oh sea, And I would that I could utter The thoughts that arise in me." Mrs. Wm. Thackston, of near Millcrsburg, formerly from Shannon, arrived me days ago. She has a typical case of hay-fever. She was here last year, but tried to fight It out at home until she could stand it no longer. Tho dis couraging fact Is that it seems to be a life-time matter. I sec old tottering gray-headed men here; some of them have been coming for twenty years, and still have to keep It up. Say to those tlshcrmen who were never on the lakes to come up here. Another man and myself brought In seventy nice perch one day. Two young men brought to our boarding house a line lot of speckled trout. They had been camping about seventeen miles uorth of here and caught over six hundred in two weeks. The best time for bass is after frosts begin to fall. I visited some days ago a point called Cros Village, thirty miles obove here on the banks of the hike. Tho place anil the country around it are Inhabited principally by Indians. This was their annual pioneer plc-nlc. They were gathered from all parts of Canada and the country nround to rehearse their war Fongs, dress In their war costume and have a good time. The men aro peaceable, except when they get too much fire water. The women and children dress In good taste, and they arc all belug well educated. The Catholics have a largo convent there, and every last one of them havo been baptized In that church. Another striking fact about them, the men all vote the Democratic ticket. Receive the Daily Bullktin, and It is enjoyed hugely by our Kentucky club. Sudden Death of T. K Williams. Mr. T. K. Williams died suddenly at 8:30 o'clock this morning, at his residence on tho southwest corner of Second and Poplar streets, of inflammation of tho the bowels. He had been ill only a fow days, having been confined to his bed sinco Tuesday night. Deceased was about seventy years of age, and was one of the old and respected citizens of Maysville. His wife survives him. The funeral arrangements havo not been announced. Scholars and Teachers. Tho managers in charge of the lecturo of General Gordon havo decided to per mit the school children of Maysville and vicinity to attend at tho opera house to night, and have seats in tho balcony and gallery at 25 cents each. Reserved seats can bo secured at Nelson's, but tick ets at that price will not bo honored at the door, unless hold by scholars cr teachers in charge Tho lecture can be heard easily in all parts of the opera house. Guaranteed Cure. Wo authorize our advertised druggist to sell Dr. King's Now Discovery for con sumption, coughs and colds, upon this condition. If you aro afflicted with a cough, cold or any lung, throat or chest trouble, and will uso this remedy as di rected, giving it a fair trial, and oxpori onco no benefit, you may return the bot tle and havo your money refunded. Wo could not make this offer did wo not know ttha Dr. King's New Discovery could bo relied on. It never disappoints. Trial bottles free at J. J. Woou'b drug store. Largo size 50c. and SI. G. M. Williams, IDentist, Removed to Zwelgart Block, corner Sec ond and Sutton. i The Covenant is becoming one of tho popular building associations of Mays ville. Being on tho National plan, its dividends aro much larger than others. It will pay you to get particulars from Samuel Hickman, Secretary, or H. M. Bullock, General Agent. E7ilA!m3 i 21 MdT a3 Vill All'ff ,- -&& 35 The Old Friend And the best friend that never fails you is Simmons Liver Regu lator, (the Rod Z) that's what you hear at tlie mention of this excellent Liver medicine, and people should not be persuaded that nnyt' jr else vilfdo. It is'the King of Liver Medi cines ; 13 better than pills, and takes the place of Quinine and Calomel t acts directly on the Liver, Kidney and Bowels and gives new life to the whole sys tem. This is tho medicine you want. Sold bv all Pru-id-ts in Liquid, or in Powder to Ivj taken dry or made into a tea. yKVi:itY PACKAGn-ttS lint tlioZntaiiip ill red nn -wrapper J. II. ZKII.IN A- CO., Philadelphia. Pa. Pure, Fresh Spices Cheap, at Chenoweth's drug store. 1 1 The highest enrollment of the city schools at Ashland last year was 763. This year the enrollment on the first day was 923. Farmers who were offered good prices for their tobacco while the drouth was hanging over the crop are now beginning to realize that they let the ship leave them. Parents, give your children a quarter each, and let them hear the finest and most eloquent lecture of the age. Give tho girls and boys a chance to appreciate something intellectual at tho opera house to-night. i Tho Modern Mother. Has found that her little ones are im proved more by the pleasant laxative, Syrup of Figs, when in need of tho lax ative effect of a gentle remedy, than by any other, and that it is more acceptable to them. Children enjoy it and it benefits them. The true remedy, Syrup of Figp, is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. WANTED. w ANTED A good cook, white preferred, fcr uauitui iiiuui) A'tu m t-jruiwi in uuuu. JFORSAIiE. 70R SALE George X. Crawford offers for sale .' one of the best SDrlnir wauons ever seen In Maysville. Apply at his blacksmith shop. NOTICE Mr. A. N. Supp respectfully Invites tho public to call and examine his stock of staple and fancy groceries, No. 137 West Second street. l?OR SALE Two small farms, one of 4J acres r and the other 27 ucres, on Jersey RIdgo, two miles from Maysville. NIco location for dairy or for gardening. Call on or address JOSEI'If A. RICHARDSON or N II. IUCHARD30N. 1?OR SALE I'wo good Mllcn Cows. Apply to V CIIAS. E. McCA RTH V, at L. and N. depot, tf ,iOR SALE Good raugo" Grand Active:" uIm) a square piano. Apply at tnis otnee. LOST. LOST About u week ago a dark blue silk um brella with knotted handle. Finder will pleaseircturn It to Mrs, Jas. Rogers, corner Third and I'luui street. 1 OST Saturday, at the Washington plc-nlc, a J j brown silt umbrella. Kinder will please return same to this olllco and receive reward. FOUND. FOUND A bunch of keys, on the Lexington pike. Owner can get samo by calling at this olllco and paying for advertisement. 29-tf LECTURE. LAST DAYS OF THE CONFEDERACY. BY GENERAL JOHN B.GORDON. The Joseph E. Johnston Camp of Confeder ate Veterans, of Maysville, Ky., Havo secured tho above oratorand statesman lor FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. at Opera House. Ills lecturo is a literary gem, full of flashes of wit, and enjoyable throughout. Tlckots CO cents, at al drug stores. Reserved scats at Nelson's wlthoutl extra charge. Proceeds go to charity fund of tho above camp. A. H. WALL, Commander. JNO. W. BOULDEN, Adjutant. NOTICE. The partnership heretofore existing between Mcllvaln, Humphreys & Bramel has this day been dissolved oy mutual consent, Mr. John T. Ilrarael withdrawing. Mcllvaln & Humphreys will continue- tho furniture and undertaking business at tho old staud of Mcllvaln, Humph, rcys it Bramel, and will attend to collecting all accounts. All having claims against the firm of Mcllvaln. Humphreys & Bramel will present them to Mcllvaln & Humphreys. Thanking tho public for their patronago In tho past wo still solicit vour trado, and by selling tho best goods at tho lowest prices wo hopo to continue to get our share of the trado. Our stock of furnituro and undertaking goods Is complete. Mr. John Mahouey will remain with us and ho will bo glad to havo his friends call and fceo him. Mr. George Grlfllu will contlnuo In chargo of the undertaking department, rooms at the store, where ho can bo found day or night. M'lLVAIN & HUMPHREYS, August 30th, 0l. 113 Sutton street. This is to certify that I havo disposed of my in terest in tho firm of Mcllvaln, Humphreys & Bramel. Thanking my fdonds for their pat ronago while connected with tho firm, I tako pleasure In recommending my former partners, who will contlnuo the business, as strictly reliable gentlemen, and worthy of your con tinued patronage, Respectfully. JOIINT. BRAMEL. SEPTEMBER Recalls us to the fact that we are on the threshold of another season. It is none too early for us to mention the leading Dress Goods for the Fall, and to offer a beautiful assortment of the same upon our counters. Covert Oloths In nil lending shades, Including tho fashionable Corn Flower Blue. This fabric promises to be one of the most popular materials of tho season. We offer It In quality and price to suit all tastes and purses, cost ranging from 50 cents to $1 poryord. Novelty Dress Goods In Silk and "Wool mixtures. Hundreds of weaves march out under this banner. Dainty Silk and Wool fabrics join hands in sonio of tho loveliest combinations over shown. A look through this assortment will fully repay any one for the trouble, and a pleasant surpriso awaits tho ladies In tho handsome goods offered for 50 cents a yard. We mean business this year, and plenty of it. We have swung our war club of determination, and this season will mark our greatest efibrt to please our patrons and reap more glory. D. HUNT & Madison Female Institute! "ST-DSSy! rig m- jrS3fc3.!J!; &-HHd!l -sisEeasiMU wflSi-'TKi. ! ' be limited to thirty boarders, thus an op for social life will be afforded. Impossible in large boarding schools. For catalogue aud other information address MISS AI.1LH. M.UYD, Associate Principals, M. F. I Richmond, Ky. Lexington, Ky., May 20. 1891 It gives mo pleasure to f.ay that I am well acquainted with the character and tho work of Mrs. A. R. Bourne and Mss Alice Lloyd and that I think the Madison Female Instltuto very fortunate In securing their services In Its management. They arc both ladles of culture, executive ability and skill in the art of teaching. No parents In Kentucky or elsewhere need hesitate to put daugh ters under their care aud Instruction. J. W. McGARVEY. Lexington. Kv., Juue 15. 1891. To mom It Mmi Concern : Having learned that my friends, Mrs. Anna R. Bourne and Miss Alice Lloyd, have engaged to take charge of Madison Female Institute, It gives mo pleasure to say that they are In my opinion In every way qualified for tbe responsible position. Thesn ladles havo had flue opportunities of learning the best methods of teaching in some of tbo most celebrated semi naries m the land. This, combined with rare ability and some teu or twelve years experience In the school room, gives assurauce of succebs In their undertaking. Mrs. Bourne and Miss Lloyd as Associate Principals, will be aided by a corps of able teachers : and from my knowledge of their ability, energy and christian culture. I am sure they will do good service in tho cause of Christian education. In this expectation I commend them aud their enter prise to tho patronago of the public. ROBT. GRAHAM, President College of the Bible. mi0SS. ' TBSSaSSiWSBBSWJ Hfe'WVfilTL,- rss 161 VINE. ST m ' " riiMm j t I hi trm ' Here is Our Offer! J.T. KACKLEY&CO., Booksellers and Sta tioners. ( Fill this out and drop it In the Bal J lot uox. My favorlto Teacher Is Commencing MONDAY. September 8, 1891, and continuing until DECEMBER 29, 1891, wo will give ono of the abovo coupons with each pur chase mado at our storo. On DECEMBER 31 tho coupons will bo counted, aud tho teacher receiv ing tho largest number of votes will be presented with a copy of Webster's International Dic tionary, tho latest edition. j, t, unir i co I School Books and School 3uppllcs. HAVE NO EQUAL For 5 Cents, '(E1 Bacimo" Cigars. Ask your retail dealer for them. E. R. WEBSTER & C0Mwho,cscoNC&W Leading Key West and Eastern Cigar manut'rs. SON. Boarding and day School for young La dles. Thirty-sixth year opens In Septem ber. 1S9I. College and Preparatory courses. Building commodious; hot and cold baths and closets ; recitation rooms are above ground large, well ventilated. Grounds consisting of fourteen acres, affording nniple space for tennis courts and other out-door amusements; commandingly lo cated on a hill overlooking thecity. with in a minute's walk of tho business por tion. In September, 1S91, this school opens under tho management of Mrs. A. R. Bourne and Miss Alice Lloyd, Associate Principals late of Hamilton College, Lex ington, Ky. They will be supported by nn able corps of teachers. The school will MRS. A. R. BOURNE, McClanahan k Shea, -DEALERS IN- TOVES, RANGES, MANTELS, GRATES. TINWARE, TIN-R00FING, GUTTERING AND SPOUTING. Job Work of All Kinds Executed In tho Best Manner. $Iffl-r H ' CINCINNATI NCOURACED By my unprecedented sales during the last season, aud being determined to still further lncrcaso them, I havo closed contracts for an immeuso stock of Canned Goods and Fancy Groceries, of all kinds, bought from first hands wheu tho "scare was on," at extreme ly low figures for CASH. Having closed out all old goods, my stock will bo new aud clean and of tho very best quality. I will coutluue my popular system of Special Cut Prices to Cash Buyers, so watch this spaco, as it will from time to time, during the season, con talu somo startling announcements. In tho meantime, como right along with your cash and get more goods and better goods than you can at any other place. Remember "Perfection" Flour is tho best. Our blended Cof fee has no equal. Try them. 15- IB. HLaCTV'IESLi.. The Leading Grocer. Attention, Ladies. My stock of goods Is complete and persons needing MILLINERY GOODS, RIbWs. &c., will do well to call andjiluspect my lino be fore purchasing elsewhere. ' nn MISS LOU POWLING, a30dlm. West Second atrect, Mayavllle, K7. t A7M 3 1 'AfM : K v ivi'A -'tA tt ' M1. . ... Jit.' l- " " j.1' T W