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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
THURSDAY EVE., APRIL G, 1882.
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With Captain Cochran in the lead,
With JImtnle Sallee next,
And Charley Newell close behind,
You'll take this for a text.
Tho Mason Guards as soldier boys,
Will do to emulate,
For they are sure to set tho pegs
For troops throughout the State.
Next Monday, County court day, tho
Daily Bulletin, as usual, will appear as
a five column paper, and will print and
circulate one thousand copies in this city,
Aberdeen and Chester. Those who desire
to use our columns that day will please
send in their favors as early as possible.
The paper will go to press at noon Monday.
Get your Easter eggs ready.
The circuit court docket is a light one,
much to-the disgust of the lawyers.
Burgess & Nolix are displaying a line of
very handsome and cjieap dress goods.
Augusta has no drinking saloons and
liquor is not sold at any of the drug stoies
"VVe notice that several parties are busily
engaged in making a collection of the various
fossils in the vicinity of this city for
the Public Library.
Lewis Wells, colored, for robbing Rog
ers & Bostain's store at Carlisle, was convicted
by the Nicholas Circuit Court and
sent to the penitentiary for one year.
A. B. Greenwood & Sons have just finished
some very fine painting at the residences
of Mrs. E. Barr, R. F. Means and
"W. II. Wallingford, in East -Maysville.
To-morrow is Good Friday, a day sacred
to the commemoration of Christ's sufferings.
It has been observed from tho first
age of Christianity as a day of fasting and
As an inducement for the removal of the
. State Capital to Maysville, we venture to
say the city will give the old market house
and the county the old jail building. We
can spare both.
Rev. M. W. Jamison, colored, who has
had charge of a church at Harrodsburg,
Ky., has been appointed pastor of the
colored M. E. Church, at Washington. He
is a native of that place but has been, absent
for about five years.
Track layers finished putting down
steel rails last Sunday, on that part of
the Kentucky Central Railroad running
through Paris. Trie rails are thirty feet
long and weigh six hundred pounds. Tlmy
are to to be laid from Paris to Covington
The colored population of Lexington is
aroused over a case of body-snatching.
A young colored woman of Lancaster, took
tho remains of her mother there during
the winter and they were placed in a vault.
The other day when sho went to havo tho
body buried, the opening of the vault
cloacdthat the,remains had disappeared.
In obedience to orders from the Commander-in-Chief
oi the Kentucky State
Guard, an election was held last night by
the Maysville Company at their Armory
to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation
of the commissioned officers of the
command. Mr. Robert A. Cochran, Jr.,
i was chosen Captain, Mr. J. H. Sallee, 1st
Lieutenant and Mr. C. D. Newell, 2nd
Lieutenant. The ballots were as follows:
It. A. Cochran, Jr 12
A. C. Respess - 11
for first lieutenant.
J. H. Sallee ; 12
Ilermnn Wood 5
Thomas Keith 0
FOR SECOND LIEUTHNANT.
C. D. Newell 12
Thomas Keith ; 10
The non-commissioned officers jire yot to
Musical and Literary Entertainment at
the Court House.
At tho solicitation of a number of our
citizens Mrs. Lou Ross has consented to
favor Maysville with a musical and literary
entertainment and has named the
court house as the place, and Friday evening
of next week as the time. With the
genius of Mrs. Ross,many of our people are
acquainted ; her readings have always afforded
first-class entertainment. One of
the ablest musical quartets in the city will
make the occasion vocal with delicious
harmony. Miss Nolin, the accomplished
pianist, will be the accompanist,
and that little gem of declamation, Rosa
Anderson, who has consented to take a
part, will add much to the pleasure of the
evening. Maysville should give Mrs. Ross
a rousing big house.
An unfortunate affair between two of
our well-known citizens, Mr. Charles II.
White and Dr. John A. Mitchell, occurred
yesterday afternoon, on Market street, and
resulted in tho latter receiving a cut in the
neck from a pocket knife. We are not
fully informed as to the merits of the difficulty,
and as tho responsibility for the
affair can only be fixed after a legal investigation
has been had, we give merely an
outline of the occurrence. The parties
have bacn notified to appear before the
Mayor next Monday. It is an affair that
is much regretted by the friends of both
Farm For Sale.
Fine blue grass farm for sale, containing
from two hundred to two hundred and fifty
acres of land, well timbered and within
three milesof Cynthiana. The land is
in first class condition, about one half
in blue grass and the rest in clover
and timothy, and rich tillable fields.
The place has on . it a good brick house
and all necessary out buildings. Address,
Sue II. Jamison, Cynthiana, Harrison
Tho Wilbur Opera Company, one of the
best musical organizations traveling this
season, will appear in Maysville, April 18.
Cheap Dry Moods.
Call at Burgess & Nolin's and see the
elegant silk brocade dress goods at 15c,
reduced from 25c.
Foit cheap printing of all kinds, call to
see the Bulletin.
The Lexington Transcript says :
Tho CatlotUiburg girls hav) changed their
song of " When the Koses Come Again" to
When the Soldiora C mo Again." Keep up
your courage, girls, they will bo there again
The Cincinnati Times-Siar says :
From tho manner In whluh small pox caaes
have been roiling in at tho Health otllcu within
tho past week, in looks a it the scourge would
last through the bummei.in which easts ye
would have tho yors.t epidemic of
that has over visited tnlacouutry here next
Points About People Here and Elsewhere.
Miss Tillie Eitel, left by the Bonanza today
to visit her relatives at Iligginsport, O.
Mrs. Barbec, of Danville, Ky., is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. S. B. Alderson, of
Miss Lizzie Ranson left for Covington
last night by the Potomac on a visit to her
Richard II. Walker, formerly of
died at Washington City, on the
30th ult. The remains were taken to
Mr. Hugh O'Donnell left to-day by tho
train at noon, for Chicago, to take a place
in a largo commission house in that city.
Success to him.
Dr. P. J. Malloy, formerly of German-town,
is one of the physicians at the Cincinnati
Sanitarium, and is considered to
be on the ascending grade in his profession.
Afr Trdili I) Ilnlor Mrlir line tVir Sftmo
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months past been assisting the regular
force at the First National Bank, has gone
to Tilton, Fleming county, where he expects
to engage in business. lie is one of
our best young men, and merits success
wherever he may go.
A new and reliable LCid -Glove Cleaner
is for sale at Pecor's drug store. It is odorless
and works like a charm. inLlml
The case of the Commonwealth against
Matt Lightfoot in progress in the Circuit
Court in Nicholas county, since last
week, came to an end yesterday by the
Tun champion eater of Nicholas county
N,fl,U Olf'IHADK "CIIKAI One
; hundred and sixty acres of land in Christian
county, Mo., near Iron Mountain, railroad.
Further iuiormution call on
(it W. H. AMBROSE. Maysville.
ITlOItNAIjKOKTllAOJU Jl.,! IWfcUty
; acres of land in Gibson county, Ind., near
tho Wabash River. Call on
ji5Ctd W.I1.AM BROriE, Maysville, Ky.
I.iOK SAI,K OK TKA IJhf Forty acres of
? good land in 7 miles of Vincenncs, Indiana.
Title good. Twelve acres cleared. House, barn
and other outside buildings and well located.
Further Information call on
itCO'td W. II. AMBROSE, Maysville. Ky.
1'jOR SAI-IJ oft TKAIK
? acres of land in Orange county, Mo. Title
good ; near railroad. Further information call
on W. II. AMBROSE.
is thus spoken of by the Mercury: Mr. M. ! tu,ui ointment.
A. Barlow, of this county, stepped into
the restaurant of H. A. Bicrley on Wednesday
afternoon, and in ten minutes ate
four pounds of cheese, one pound of sausage,
one pound of crackers, four pies, four
cups of cuffee, one dozen pickles and one-half
pound of sugar. The meal weighed
eleven pounds and cost $1.30. He had
eaten his dinner a short time before. He
is nineteen years old and offered to eat
half that was in the show-case if some one
would pay for it. The case will hold about
May wheat SI i!8
pork '17 'M
laid 11 120
.May corn 78
Corrected daily by G. W. Gkiskl, grocer,
street, Maysville. Ky.
Limestono S H 25
Maysville Family 7 50
Maysville City 8 00
ason County 7 f,0
Kllzuvlllo Family 7 25
Butter, 11 lb 80.K
Kgus $ do. 15
Turkeys dressed tylb 10I2
Buckwheat, H) lb , 1K05
Molasses, fancy &0
Coal Oil, 11 gal 20
granulated 1) lb lV.
" A.$tt ll
" yellow 11 lb 0&10
Hams, sugar cured H tb 14 15
Bacon, break last 11 lb 11015
Hominy. 1) uallou 20
Beans 1 gallon 50
Potatoes II peck 10
Dried Peaches 8
No, 1 Seed O.its, No. I Corn lor
JOS" II. DODSON'S
II) and 21 Sutton St.
i.MHt lti; '!! A good tat in ol 2n) acres of
excellent tobacco land with good dwelling
and tobacco barn. Apply fit
iimr2Pdifcw2w THIS OFFICE.
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I.O.ST ! JLoVr !-A ufiod fit if you
tot leave vour orders wilb the. Fifth
ward Tailor. inar.mi . II. WEDDING.
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A, Sure Vuva round al Lust
A sure curejfor blind, bleeding, Itching and
ulcerated uiles hits been discovered by Dr.
William, (an Indian remedy,) called Dr. Williams'
Indian Ointment. A single box has
cured the worst chronic cases of twenty-five or
thirty years standing. No one in ed sutler rive
i minutes altei applying this wonderful sooth
ing medicine. Loiioiii instruments and
do more harm than good. Williams'
Ointment absorbs the tumors, nHay the intense
Itching, (paitleularly at night after getting
warm in bed,) acts as a poultice, gives; instant
and painless lelici', and i. preparded only
jury returning a verdict of manslaughter. ' forties, iici.ingoithep;;atepaits.aiul
penalty was fixed at nine y
the Hon. J. M. conmberry, r
prisonment in tne penitentiary, xno ease Cleveland, says about Dr. WUU.im's mie
was given to the jury last Saturday. ment; I have used scores of pile cures, and it
aflords me pleasure to say that I have never
found anything which gave me such immediate
and permanent rellei as u: Will. aims'
For sale by George T. Wood or mailed ot. receipt
of price, 51.
JlIONin & ()., sj(ie Piop'is.
(2 Ve. She.-!. N. V.
ir. Frnzirr't, Koui Killers.
'"raider's Root Bitters aie not a
whisky beverage, but are siriolly medicinal in
every sense. They act strongly upT&Ahe liver
and kidneys, keep the bowels open and regular,
mako the weak strong, heal the. lungs, build
up thouerves and cleanse the blood and system
of every impurity.
For dizziness, rush ol h'ood to be boa. I
tending to apoplexy, ilyspepsla, fever and
ague, dropsy, pimples and blotches, scrofulous
humors and sores, tetter, ring worm, white
swelling, erysipelas, Mre e.es and for young
mensulleiing from weakness or debility caused
Irom imprudence, and to females in delicate
health, Frazler's Ituot Bitttjrs aie especially
Dr. Fra.ler: I havo used two bottles of your
Root Bitters lor dyspopsia, dizziness, weakness
and kidney disease, and they did me morogood
than the doctors and all the medicine I ever
used. From the lirst dose I took I began to
mend, and I am now in perfect health, and
feel as well as I ever did. I consider your medicine
one of the greatest blessings.
aius. M. Maktin, Cleveland, O.
Sold by George T. Wood at SI per bottle.
HENRY & CO.. Solo Prop'iy,.
62 Vosoy Street, N. Y.
skin Diseases Cured
JJy Da. Frazieu's JIagjc Ointmknt. Cures
us if by magic, pimples, black head or grubs,
blotches and eruptions on tho face, leaving the
skin clear, healthy and beautiful. Also cures
itch, barber's Itch, saltrheum, tetter.ringworm,
scald head, chapped hands, soro nipples, sore
lipa, old obstinate ulcers and sores, fcc.
F. Drake, Esq., Clevoland, O., suffered 'beyond
all description from a skin disease which appeared
on his hands, head and face, and noaily
destroyed his oyes. Tho most careful doctoring
failed to help him, and after all had failed ho
used Dr. Frazler's Magic Oiutmenl and waa
cured by a few applications.
The first and positive cure for skin diseases
Sent av mall on receipt of price, fifty cents
HENRY & CO., Sole Prop'rs,
m Vesey Street, N. Y.
For blind, bleeding, itching or ulcerated pllos.
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Olntmeutjls a euro
cure. Price SI, by mall. For sale by George T.