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J. E. BLAINE & CO.'S BOO
DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
THURSDAY UVE., MARCH 23, 1882.
The fact that certain Maysvllle boys
Take Sunday for their walking,
Has somewhat, stirred tho pooplo up,
And set them all to talking.
They say such things most suroly will
Their conscience soon bo hurtin',
And If they break tho Sabbath so,
Old Nick will get 'om, cortaln.
So far as we can loarn tho fru.it was not
injured by the lute cold snap.
Tnc river has been swelling fast for a
day or, two and is now well up the banks.
Those who want first-class singing canary
.birds are referred to an advertisment
Wk are prepared to do all kinds of job
printing promptly and at the lowest prices.
Oall and see us.
A new and reliable Kid Glove Cleaner
is for sale at Pecor's drug store. It is odorless
and works like a charm. tnllml
The painters of Maysvillo have all
agreed .upon a moderate bill of prices for
work, and hereafter the charges will be
The bookstores are still doing a rushing
business in Easter Cards. They are more!
in demand this season than ever, probably
for the reason that they are of more attractive
A llttle son of Mr. T. B. Harrison, of
Lewis county, was severely wounded a
few days ago, by exploding a pistol cartridge
by throwing it upon the floor. The
ball struck the boy on the wrist and glancing,
wounded him in the face.
Nesbitt & McKuKLLaro opening a large
stock of spring goods; which they will
offer to their customers at unequaled bargains.
Their stock is large and very complete,
and embraces everything that is
new and in demand, Go and see them.
Ch(urch are increasing daily in interest.
Fourteen have been added to the church.
There is a wonderful combination of simplicity
and power in Dr. Guerrant's preaching.
All are invited to attend the prayer
meeting at 3 o'clock and preaching at 7
d? clock each day.
Steamboat Inspectors Devenney and
Moore bave lately examined tho Handy
and pronounced her in good condition.
The boat has been lately overhauled and
is now almost new. She is doing a successful
business, and with Captain Bruce
Redden in charge is getting to be more
popular every day.
A train on the Big Sandy railroad
struck Clay Powers, a deaf ano dumb man,
near Morehead on Sunday, turning him
several times in the air andi throwing him
on a sand bank. When the engineer
stopped tho train and went back the man
was found walking along in the road again
X despatch from Lexington says that
by request of George Ell'is, the Ashland
murderer, Mr. Watts Barker, a Notary
Public, visited the jail and wroto down u
sworn statement wherein Ellis takes back
all of his first confession and nowsays
Neal and Craft are innocent of the crime
they are charged with.
The somewhat celebrated case of tho
MavsvUle and Blue Run Turnpike Com-against
Otho Adams, set for trial before
Magistrate Grant to-day, has been continued
until JtfQnday. The .company claims
that Mr. Adams obstructed tho road
whjjp MJcJipg his- distillery below tle
city','W asks for tho proper relief.
The Morning Mail Disabled.
The sfeamer Morning Mail, on her
down trip Wednesday evening, broke
some of her machinery shortly after leaving
this place. Sho was compelled to go
the bank near tho mouth of Three-Mile
Creek. Tho Bonanza took her in tow last
night and proceeded on her way to the
city. Wo have no information as to the
extent of her trpublo.
Points About People Here and Elsewhere.
Mr. J. H. Garrett, formerly of this city,
is now the landlord of the Taylor House,
Stock bills will be printed on the most
resonable terms at this office.
We have just received a large stock of
the'latest styles of visiting cards. Call and
The water-main at the corner of Limestone
and Second street broke again yesterday
Owens & Bakkley have just received
about a carload of farm bells. Tho demand
for them is very great.
If you are not already a subscriber to
the Daiia Bulletin we would be pleased
to have you as a reader. If you desire to
take it give your mime to the carrier.
A house attached to a buggy ranaway
on Market street this afternoon and created
some little excitement. Tho driver
was thrown out but fortunately not hurt.
Laborers are busy all aiding tho ioute
of the Kentucky Central putting the road
in good condition. The work of repairing
is. to be carried on as rapidly as the
weather permits and in a very short time
it is expected the road will be in first class
condition. The authorities "have so
TiiK entertainment by the Maysvillo
Musical Club, for the benefit of the Historical
Society, v:ill take place on Tuesday
evening, April 4th, when they will present
the opera of "The Sorcerer." The
money realized by the entertainment will
be used for furnishing the new hall.
JT.urther notice will be given.
Married March 24. 18S2, by MursIq flena'ey,
esq., Miss Etilo McDonald, or Fleming count,
Ky., to Mr. Allen Calvert, of Mason Co., Ky,
Tom Carr closed his school to-day. Tom
thinks teaching :m Irksome duty and will soon
retire to private lifo. Until lurther notice he
can be found at Carr fc Kist's llvory stiblo.
Tho Domocrals of HuiHlngtonTo'wnshlp will
meet at the usunl place of voting, next Saturday,
to nominate their ticket to he elected the
first Monday In April. The biggest fight Is over
tho Justice oi Peaco.
W. Filch, who has been very low for some
time, died yesterday and will be burled to-day
H. It' Gilbert, who has been absent for a
week, traveling up tho riveras far as Hunting
ton. returned yesterday.
Some unknown miscreant had the hardihood
to poison Tom and Garfield, a day or two ago.
from which they died. Tom and Garfield are
two very watchful aid usolul dogs belonging
to L. O. Reidle. Tliev have gone where nil good
dogs go. Peace to their ashes.
W. Franklin, who llvos on Geo. Alherton's
farm cut a tree down on Monday last. It tod
near Ills house, in fact too near to bo lei led. for
it struck the house with all its force. Seeing
the course It was taking, he called to Ills wile
to run which she did, escaping without injury,
but not a moment too soon. The house and
Its contents are almost a total wreck. One
limb passed entirely through tho bed clothes
on the bed into the floor boueatn.
Another temperance lecture will bo given In
the M. E. Church or this place next sabbath
evening, at 7:30 p. M. Everybody invited to
Twelve couples and twelve who wore not
coupled, from hero attended the theatre In
vour city on Tuesday night. AH but thirty-six
wero pleased with tho entertainment; tho
others wore dlsappoluto , some of whom wero
much dissatisfied. Tho Gretna Q eon took us
ovorand returned us aftor tho euterlalnmon.
ThoflrsttwcntvMourauove, took la noin refresh
moutahofo re returning. One follow showed
us a half dollar, a nicklo and a coppo cent
which hedoclared was the remnant of a live
dollar bill, so you see they wero refreshed ox
At the residence of Rev. M. Dt Reynolds, this
city, March 22d, 1882, Mips SUSAN A.
to Mr. T. V. CALVERT, all pf Maon
county, Ky. Alter the ceremony the happy
couple were entertained in handsome style by
Mr. and Mrs. Tfiomas Calvert, at their pleasant
home neat: tills city.
May wheat , SI M'4 i
' pork 17 0i
lard 1 8
May corn 17j
Corrected dally by G. V. Gisei, grocer, Second
street, Maysvllle, Ky. , s "
Limestone .' 8 H 25
Maysvllle Family 7 50
Maysvllle City 8 00
Mason County k ...,....-. .7.o0
Ellzavjilo Family ,........;.. W'K
liutter, ti id....... ,..... ooiu
Lard, $) id .. .'. .7. U(ul5
Moalft peck 2o
Turkeys d ressetl V ID '..... I0(al2
Buckwheat, $ lb 15
Molasses, fancy fcO
Coal Oil, "$ gal 20
.Sugar, granulated y lb llx
' A.s&Jlb 1
" yellow ID 910
Hams, sugar cured Tfl lb 1 1& 15
Bacon, breakfast 11 ID 1115
tiominy. aanon. o
Beans, " gallon u0
Potatoes i peck 10
SHORT-HORN BULLS For Sale.
JEFFERSON, for B.D. Owens, offers
for sale, privately, Doctor Bull and Saint
Jacob, two Short-horn bull calves, ten months
old. Farmers seldom have so good an opportunity
to purify tho blood of their herds. The
produce of grade cows by these animals would
pay to graze upon land worth S10J an acre.
J bills r Hf"
JHTtf EXECUTED feM
JDj AT TMK IplJi
Is hereby given that the firm of
NOTICE POWERS' SONS wi's dissolved by
mutual consent on Monday, March 20. 18S2,
Win, F. Power retiring IJyas and Charles T.
I'ower will continue the business at the old
stand under the same name. We extend thanks
to our friends lor liberal patronage in the past,
and hope for a continuance ol the same for
the new firm.
dlwlmw WM. F.POWER.
Mason Circuit Court.
Sarah B.Thonip on,
vs. i rein ion in iLquny.
Robert A. Thompson, Defendant.
Notice Is hereby given that Sarah B Thompson
filed In tho Clerk's "dice of the Mason
Circuit Court, on tho loth day of March,
1882. a petition against Robert A. 'Ihompson,
her husband, praying for an order of said court
empowering tho said SaYah It. Thompson to
ell and convey any pioporty she may now
own or ever a Iter acq ul re, to i no-Ice contracts in
her own name, to uo and bo sued and trade as
a single woman.
Given under my bund as Clerk of said Court.
Coons & Salleu, Attorneys.
Altiest: BBN.D. PARRY.
m232ww Clerk Mason Circuit Court.
Notice of Dissolution.
nil 13 firm of C. W. & P. TUDOR has this day
I been dissolved by mutual consent, C. W.
Tudor retiring I herefrom. Thomas Tudor will
continue the Tin and Stove and collect
all debts owing and pay all liabilities of
said firm. C.W.TUDOR.
tuUlin THOS. TUDOR.
Fine Farm for Sale.
any d . . 1jo i.u'iu lies In one
mile of Millersburg, on Cano Riduo pike
contains IM AORUS UF GOOD L VND, flue y
Improved, largo brick house buggy house, he
house, and otuor outbuildings; laige mule or
tobacco burn; young orcnard of excellent
fruit: 10 acres in wheat I wish to sell forthwith.
Payment easy. C.R.TURNER,
morUlt Milleraun, Ky.
Rfiu week in y ir own tow. Terms ai d
$PU:5 nutllt froo. Ad Iress 11. 11a&'ktt& Co.,
PqrthMid, Maine. mar231y
A good while cook, must como
well recommended, at
ttdw C. H. CLIFT'S.
ki ui ICfc l will do merchant tailoring a d
IN repairing in the best style and on short no-notice.
Leav,e orders at George Cox & Son's
dry goods store ami at my shop In the fifth
ward. flOtf. HENRY WEDDING.
. maup ffffif igifHiBBmt0mmn,WVm'u
SAIiK Young Canary
IiOIt ' P" WlCE.
lot of nice shoulders of my
FOR curing, at wholesale or retail.
W. H. POLLITT.
marlSdlw. East Maysvllle.
T7tU NAI4K No. 1 Seed Oats, No. 1 Com for
J ICCUl All vw .. -
10 and '21 Sutton St.
FILES! 1'ILES! PILE
X Sure Cure Pihih1 1
A sure cure lor blind, bleeding, itching and
ulcerated olles has been discovered by Dr.
William, (an Indian remeMy.) called Dr. Williams'
Indian Ointment. A single box has
cured the worst chronic cases of twenty-five or
thirty years standing. No one need sofTer five
minutes after applying this wonderful sooth-ins
medicine. Lotions instruments and
do more harm than good. Williams'
Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays tho intense
Itching! (paiticularly at night after
warm in bed,) acts as a poultice, tdves instant,
and painless relief, and is preparded only
for piles, Itching of the private parts, and
Read what the Hon. J. M. Collin berry," of
Cleveland, says about Dr. William Pile Ointment;
I have used scores of pile cuies, audit
affords me pleasure to say that I have never
found anything which gave me Mich immediate
and permanent telle! as Dr. Will. a us' Indian
For sale by George T. Wood or inail.id o..
of price, 51.
11 E.VRY &().. Sole Piop'rs,
02 Vvhuy Street, N. Y.
Dr. Kool Killers
Frazier's .Root Bitters are nnl a
whisky beverage, but mm strictly medicinal in
every sense. They act Mrongl upon the liver
and kidneys, keep the brwels open and reuulai,
make the weak stiong, heal the luims, hnlid
up the nerves and cleans- tin; and system
of every Impurity.
For dizziness, rush 01 t t'.e he.nl
tending to apoplexy, dyspepsia, fever and
ague, dropsy, pimples and blotel es, scioiulous
humors and sores, teller, ring worm while
swelling, erysipelas sore e es and for voting
mensultoilng from weaknessor debility caused
from imprudence, and to females In delicate
health, .FraJer's Root liitteis are especially
Dr. Frazier: I have used two l'oltles ol your
Root Bitters lor dyspepsia, dizziness, weakness
and kidney disease, and they did me more good
than the doctors and all f lie medicine f ever
used. From the first dose I look 1 began to
mend, and I am now in perfect lietltli. and
feel .s well as I ever did. I consider your medicine
one of the greatest blessings.
Mks. M. Martin, Cleveland, O.
Sold by George T. Wood at 51 per bottle.
HENRY &CO..Sole Prop'is,
02 Vesey Street, N. -Y.
Miin Diseases Cured.
By Dk. Fraziek'b Magic Ointmknt. Cures
as if by magic, pimples, black head or grubs,
blotches and eruptions on the face, leaving tho
skin clear, healthy and beautiful. Also cu its
itch, barber's itch, salt, rheum,' tetter.riugworm,
scald head, chapped hands, soro nipples, sore
lips, old obstinate ulcers and sores, &c.
F. Drake, Eq., Cloveland.O., suffered beyond
all description from a skin diseaso which appeared
on his hands, head and face, and nearly
destroyed hisoyes, Tho most careful doctorlug
railed to help him, and after all had failed he
used Dr. Frazler's Magic Ointment and was
cured by a few applications.
The first and positive cure for skin dlsoasos
Sent by mall on receipt of price, fifty cents
HENRY & CO., Sole Prop'rs,
02 Vesey Street, N. Y.
For blind, bleeding, Itching or ulcerated piles,
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Olutmeut Is a sure
cure. Prico 31, by mall. For sale by George T.
hr.yria Vandjbn, Proprietor,