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J. E. BLAINE & CO.'S BOOK STORE
DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
FRIDAY EVE., MARCH 17, 1882.
This day of Ireland's patron saint,
Most pleasantly reminds as
Of Muson's good old "muster days,"
Now fifty years behind us.
When Charley Tudor used the fife
And fairly made il hum,
When George Orr played the "rack-a-tack,"
And Watklns beat tho drum.
How up and downt'he thoroughfares.
Now stately piles adorning,
They marched and played that good old tone,
"Saint Patrick's Day in tho Morning."
Butter is very scarce.
Tub river continues to fall.
A new and reliable Kid Glove Cleaner
is for sale at Pecor's drug store. It is odor-Jess
and works like a charm. mllral
- J. C. Owkns & Co. have arranged to
lengthen the track at the coal elevators,
with a view to yarding a larger quantity
of coal. "
Tub temperance lecture by Captain
Chevis at the Court house, last night, was
interesting and attracted a large audience
Eleven persons signed the total abstinence
pledge during the evening.
A party of excursionists arrived last night
from Manchester, by tho steamer Return
and were entertained at the Central Hotel
in Messrs. Simonds & McMurty's best style.
The excursionists Yeft with a very favorable
impression of the excellence of the
Central Hotel fare.
Bentonville, Adams county, Ohio, has
an Anti Horse Thief Society. Its membership
includes some of the best citizens
of the place and its purpose is to protect
the community from the raids of the numerous
horse-thieves whose depredations
are so frequent in that neighborhood.
Mas. Eliza J. Watkins, of this city,
a lady esteemed by a wide circle of friends,
wae married on Thursday, at Covington,
to Mr. Newton Foster, also of Maysville,
and one of our best young men, by the
Rev. Dr. Charles Taylor. Their friends
here extend their congratulations and good
Referring to Miss Nellie. Burke, the
beautiful and dashing equestrienne who is
to ride the ten mile running race over the
Maysville course on the 16th of May, the
DesMoines (Iowa) Register says: "Miss
Burke has made the fastest ten-mile time
on record and is conceded to be the most
dashing equestrienne in theUnited States."
The colored Odd Fellows' Lodge of this
city, willhalie a supper and installation of
officers at "Washington Hall, next Saturday
evening the 18th inst. During the evening
the Order of Good Samaritans will present
to the Lodge, a handsome silk banner.
Addresses will be delivered by prominent
colored Odd Fellows. The admission
to the Hall is ten cents.
Tho collections of Internal Revenue in
this, the Ninth District, during the month
past are as follows :
Collections on lists 3 167 48
from whisky 6,114 OU
cigars ana tooncco 2,iw uu
special tax stamps 2oi 18
Total $8,733 20
Sales of Land.
Tho following changes in tho ownership
of land have been recorded at the office
of the Clerk of the County Court since
our last report:
Emma H Arnold and husband to Henry
"Walllngford grantor' interest in 164 acres of
land, partly in Mason and partly In Fleming
counties Ky., consideration 8250.
Margaret E Chunn and husband to Dr James
, Shacklcford, house and lot on south sld of
, Second street, consideration, 8770.
Harry Kernell, of the Hyde & Behman
Combination, who are to appear at tho
opera house on the evening of the 21st
inst., pays the following high compliment
to their mule Jerry, who takes an important
part in the entertainment':
Kicking is a by-word
In almost every show;
Kicking is contagious'
No matter whore we go.
Borne kick for their salary,
Some because the jumps are long ;
Others about the boarding placo
And.some when they are wrong.
They'll kick about the dizzy towns,
And also about the hall ; 4
Others about the dressing-rooms,
And many lor nothing at all.
But there is an actor among us
Who never says a word,
He travels with us everywhere.
And his voice Is never heard.
Always ready for his act,
Never known to flinch ;
And it he went to kick,
It wouldn't be over an lncb.
He travels in the
Don't bother about his faro:
And it the houso is good or bad,
ue never seems 10 care.
Concerning his weekly salary,
Why ho never receives a cent.;
And after he has dono his act,
To his lonely bed he's sent.
Should he be very sick,
No one seoms to care ;
When it's time for him to acf,
You'll always And him there.
Ho has a cut and lithograph,
And his name is on the bills;
And if his (urn doesn't go immense,
He doesn't call the audience gills."
He's ever in a pleasant mood,
You'll always And him merry.
And as good a card as any of us
Is poor old flop-oared Jerry.
Artificial Jimson Bloom.
Mr.T. Townsend, of Franklin, Ky.,and
Mr. J. K. Peace, of Hopkinsville, Ky., are
in the city with a view of introducing
among the tobacco planters of this district,
Townsend's ArtificialJirason Bloom a wonderful
invention for the sure destruction
of the tobacco fly. These gentlemen come
from the centre of the tobacco district of
Southern Kentucky where their invention
has been thoroughly tested and warmly
approved by the planters there. The
farmers of this region will do well to give
a trial to the method offered them for the
destruction of the fly, as it may prove of
vast benefit to them in the end. The
Jimson blooms are made of white porcelain
or glass, and are sold at $1 a dozen.
Call at theEuropean Hotel and get descriptive
circulars. See the advertisement.
Mr. John Taylor, one of tho clover managers
of the opera house has been presented
by a thoughtful friend with a handsome
money chest to safely preserve his
theatrical earnings which have begun to
bother him to keep securely. The chest is
made of Spanish cedar, has brass hanges in
Queen Anne style, and is provided with
a neat and substantial brass lock. On
the lid is inscribed the following :
Pray accept this money ohost,
As mark of friendship tender,
And may it soon be so full,
You can't, alone up end 'er.
Mr. Taylor was much pleased with the
gift and acknowledged it in verse as
I'll do my best to fill that chest,
By efforts unremitting,
111 work with vim; fl II to tho brim,
Kind Providenoe permitting.
Points About People Here and Elsewhere.
Mis$ Amelia, McUlanahan is visiting
friend at M,exicp, Mo.
Miss Sallle1 Grain and Miss Sallie Kack-ley,
of Hillsboro, Ky., who have been the
guests of Mrs. Eliza McClanahan, have returned
Old Jennie, the family carriage horse of
Mr. Robert F. Means, is laid up with the
pink eye. She is over twenty years old.
Messrs. Vicroy & Lee, the popular
clothiers, are now displaying a very choice
'and complete stock of ready-made fash
ionable clothing for the sprfng trade, that
is unequaled as to price and quality. The
stock has been selected with the greatest
care and embraces all the newest fabrics
and the latest styles for tho spring season.
They have every confidonco that they can
pleascwthe most faatiduous taste, and they
assure their customers that they will allow
no other house in this part of the
state to offer lower prices for the same
goods. If you wish to save money in buying
your spring clothing, you are invited
to give Vicroy & Lee a call. No trouble
to show goods.
March 10, 1882. at residence of the brido's
mother. Miss ADDIE W ALLINGFORD to Mr.
G. T. BECKETT, all of Mason County. Ky.
wheat ..- 81 27i
norK - i ou
' lard 10 82
May corn . 97
Corrected daily by G. W. Geisei., grocer, Second
street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone 8 8 25
Maysville Family 7 50
Maysville City 8 00
Mason County S 7 GO
Elizaville Family 7 25
Butter, 1) lb 33
Eggs, doz - 15
Meal $) peck 25
Turkeys dressed H Hmi2
Buckwheat, 3) lb r, XA5
Molasses, fancy 60
Coal Oil, V gal 20
Sugar, granulated $ lb Il
4 A.lb U
" yellow tb 910
Hams, sugar cured V H 1415
Bacon, breakfast fl lb 1415
Hominy, fl gallon- 25
Beans, gallon 50
Potatoes peck- 40
Artificial Jimson Bloom
THE MOST WONDERFUL LABOR-SAVING INVENTION
OF THE AGE.
Destroys the Tobacco Fly and
Prevents the Horn Worm.
It baa been tried two seasons, and scores of farmers
attest its worth. County and State Eights for sale.
T. TOWNSEND, Prop'r, Franklin, Ky.
Office at tho EUROPEAN HOTEL.
E. F. CLEVELAND,
mi oiiiiGUi aim yuuubiy
ESTIMATES of work and building plans
promptly and on tho most reasonable
Dr. A. GOLDSTEIN,
of Lonlsvllle, Ky., would respectfully nn
nounce to the citizens of Maysvilleand adjoin-Ing
counties, that he will bo here on the
10th OF APRIL
and will bo pleased to see all who wish to have
Spectuoles that perieotly fit the eye, that they
can read for hours by gas light without having
their eyes water or receive tho least sign of
pain while under the strong gus light; would
also bo glud to havo his old lrleuds cull ou him
whether wanting any thing In his line or not,
will announce on arrival where ho can be
found by card in paper or otherwise.
I will do merchant tailoring ar d
repairing In the best style and on short no-notice.
Leave orders at George Cox & Son's
dry goods store and at my shop in the fifth
ward. flOtf. HENRY WEDDING.
OR SALE No, 1 Seed Oats. Nn. I Corn far
feed. At JOS. H. DODSUNti
Hwn In W i rohniiun
mar7tfd 19 and 21 Sutton St.
PILES! PILES! PILES?
Sure Cure Found nt Last No
Asuro cure for blind, bleeding, Itching and
ulceruted piles has been discovered by Dr.
William, (an Indian remedy,) called 'Dr.
Indian Ointment. A single box has
cured the worst chronic cases of twenty-five or
thirty years Standing. No one need suffer five
minutes after applying this wonderful soothing
medicine, Lotions Instruments and
do more harm than good. Williams'
Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays tho intense
Itching, (particularly at night alter getting
warm in bed,) acts as a poultice, gives Instant
and painless relief, and IB preparded only
for piles, itching of the private parts, and nothing
Read what the Hon. J. M. Cotllnborry, of
Cleveland, says about Dr. William's Pile Ointment:
I have used scores of pile cures, audit
affords me pleusure to say that I have never
found anything which gave me such immediate
and permanent relief as Dr. Williams' Indian
For sale by George T. Wood or mailed on t
celptof price, 91.
HENRY & CO.. Sole Prop'ry.
02 Vesey Street, N. Y.
Dr. Fruzirr'tt Knot Bitters.
Frazler's Root Bitters are not a dram-shop
whisky beverage, but are strictly medicinal iu
every sense. They act strongly upon the liver
and kidneys, keep the bowels open and regular,
make the weak strong, heal the lungs, build
up the nerves and cleanse the blood and system
of every Impurity.
for dizziness, rush of b ond to t le head
tending to apoplexy, dyspepsia, fever apd
ague, dropsy, pimples and blotches, scroti! tons
humors and sores, letter, ring worm, wh'tte
swelling, oryslpclas, .sore ei es and for youug
men suffering from wenknessordebility caused
from Imprudence, and to u males In delicate
health, Frazler's Root Bitteis are especially
Dr. Frazier : I have used two bottles of
Root Bitters tor dyspepsia, dizziness, weakness
and kidney disease, and they did me more good
than the doctors ond all the medicine J ever
used. From the first dose I took I began to
mend, and I am now in perfect hcilth, and
feel its well as I ever did. I consider your medicine
one of the greatest blessings,
Mas. M. Maktin, Cleveland, O.
Sold by George T. Wood at SI per bottle.
HENRY & CO.. Sole Prop'rs,
C2 Vesey Street, N. Y.
Mi iii Diseases Cured
By Dk. Fkazikr's Magio Ointmbnt. Cures
as If by magic, pimples, black head or grubp,
blotches and eruptions on tho fuce, leaving the
skin clear, healthy and beautiful. Also cures
Itch, barber's Itch, salt rheum, tetter.rlngworm,
scald head, chapped hands, sore nipples, soro
lips, old obstinate ulcers and sores, &c
F. Drake, Esq., Cleveland, O., suflered beyond
all description from u skin disease which appeared
on his hands, head and face, and nearly
destroyed his eye?. The most careful doctoring
failed to help him, and alter ail had failed ho
used Dr. Frazler's Magic Ointment and was
cured by ftw applications.
The first aud positive cure for skin disease
Sent by mall on receipt of price, fifty cents.
HENRY & CO., Sole Prop'rs,
62 Vesey Street, N. Y.
For blind, bloedlng, Itch Ing or ulcerated piles,
Dr. WiUIums' Indian Pile Ointment is a sure
cure. Price 81, by mail. For sale by George T
TO THE PUBLIC-
rriHE undersigned having sold out their
ery business to Messrs. Brooks fc Parker,
they request that all persons who are Indebted
to the undersigned call and pay their accounts
and that all persons having demands against
them present thorn for paymont. They thank
their patrons for past favors, and ask tor the
new firm a conlluuauce of their patrouugo, being-able
to.reuommend them us reliable gentlemen.
and business men,
Maysville, Ky., March 8, 1882, ml05w