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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
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FRIDAY EVE., APRIL 20, 1882.
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' Wants, throe lines, ton cents, subsequent insertions
Bpeoial rates whore advertisers use both the
daily and weekly.
'One inch in the Daily BultjKtiit for one
year costs 85, and for six months but S3.
Tub Daily Evening BuiLKTtPf,
Our little run-around,
Everywhere now scoots about
And co vera all the ground.
While bearing business messages,
Remember this, wo pray,
It doesn't go Just once a weok,
But drops in evory day.
Early gardeners are doing their work
Somk four or five weddings are to take
place at Augusta soon.
The City of Ironton will not lay up for
repairs as announced, but will continue in
her present trade.
Mr. W. W. Ball is adding a handsome
veranda to his residence in East Maysville,
and otherwise improving it.
The universal verdict is that Langdon's
City Butter Cracker is the best. To be
convinced try it. It is sold by all grocers',
The Maysville Knitting Company is
turning out about one thousand dozen
atockings a month. These goods meet
with favor and the demand for them is increasing.
' The animal that has caused so much
-excitement in Maysville lately was seen
on the hillside in the lower part of the
town last night. A dog that attacked it
had a large piece taken out of its flank,
and went howling away.
Messrs. J. C. Pecor & Co., are the agents
in this city for Buist's celobrated garden
seeds, and havo lately received a fresh
uupply. They have no old seeds on hand,
and guarantee all they sell this season to
be of the present year's purchase,. These
seeds are adapted to this climato and by
long use have been found to bo very desirable.
Call and get a catalogue.
A sTREEt sweeping machine could be
profitably used in Maysville, as they are
elsewhere. With one of them a man and
a horse can readily do the work formerly
performed by twenty-five men at least.
The sweeping could be done at less than
one half of what it now costs to scrape the
8treets, The idea is worth considering.
Mr. Henry Siirrn has just closed a contract
for the erection of a two story brick
dwelling near the corner of Second and
Wall streets. The attention of the "Smith
Family" who are soon to visit Maysville,
is called to the fact that Henry Smith is
the owner of this building, and that Sam
Braith will do the carpenter work and
Bonapart Smith the masonry.
Mr. Richard Reid, of Mt. Storling, is
announced elsewhere as a candidate for
the Superior Court Judgeship in this district,
subject to tho will of the Democratic
party. Ho is an ablo lawyer and a cultured
gentleman who would worthily fill
tho place ho seeks. Ho will go into the
convention with a solid following and will
havo tho - warm support of many Democrats
in this eounty.
How 'People Make Their
7 " " Cakes.
The following recipeaiiave been obtained
-from some of the best housekeepers in
the city :
Si'icn Cake. Three cups of fl6ur, one and
one-half cups of sugar, one cup of sour milk,
cup or nutter, one teaspoon of soda,
three teaspoons ol cinnamon, two teaspoons of
alspice, two teaspoons of cloves. Put in live
esrea aud save the whiter ot two of them to hko
' Instead of jelly, Put one cup of white sugar in
the two whites. Add tho spices lost. Bake
like Jelly cake.
Cocoanut Caxk. The whites of six eggs, two
cups of sugar, cup of butter (or a little
more), one cup of sweot milk, two cups of
flour, one cup of two teaspoons
full of baking powder.
Icing. The whites of three eggs, one cup of
sugar, one cocoanut grated and sprinkled over
A10LAH3K8 JKLLY UAKK. Ono pint Of
09, twp teaspoons of soda stirred Into tho molasses
until It foams, one cup of cream (sweot
or sour), two eggs, a quarter ofa cup of butter ;
stir into flour until thick enough to spread;
flavor with lemon.
WhitjeCaxe. Throocups of sugar, ono cup
of butter, stir well together; add the whites of
twelve eggs, five cups of flour, two teaspoons
of baking powder sifted in with the flour, ono
cup ot milk. Bake for two hours.
Lorn Stahch Cake. Two cups of sugar, one
cup of butter, ono cup of sour milk, one cup
of cornstarch, two cups of flour, the whiles of
seven eggs, three teaspoons of baking powder.
Flavor with ltraon.
Cup Cake. One cup of buttor, two cups of
sugar, throo cups of flour, one cup ot sweet
milk, one and one half teaspoons of baking
powder, a little nutmeg.
White Cakb. Ohe-half cup of butter, two
cups of sugar, the wljlten of four eggs, one teaspoon
of bulling powder aud one cup of warm
Pound Oakk. Ono Pound of butter, one
pouud of sugar, nlno eggs, beat well together,
and add one pound ot flour. Bako fur two
Another Cakk. Three cup of sugar, four
cups of flour, one cup of butter, one cup of
sweet milk, the whites of nine eggs, threo teaspoons
sf baking powder.
Sponge Cake. Three cups of sugir, nice
eggs, well beaten together ; fourteen ounces of
alum, two teaspoons of baking powder.
Points About People Here and Elsewhere.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam M. Hall arrived last
Miss Mamie Richeson, who has been
visiting friends at Louisville has returned
Miss Sue Berry, for some time past a
pupil in the school at North Middletown,
Ky., is at home on a visit to her mother,
Mrs. T. K. Berry.
Mr. Thos. Y. Nesbltt and Mr. Allie
Means returned from Bath county Thursday
Miss Adair, of North Middletown, Ky.,
is visiting the family, of Mr. George Dod-son.
Mrs. Louis Stiue, who has been visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Allen, at Tilton,
Ky., is at homo again.
Mr. George Martin, of Stony Point, Ky.,
is the guest of his father, Mr. Emile Martin.
Major Thomas A. Ross was taken sud
denly ill this morning with vertigo, while
at his desk in Wells, Mitchell & Co.'s bank,
and had to bo removed to his home. A
few days, it is hoped, will see him at his
Sales of Luna.
Tho following changes in tho ownership
of land have been recorded at tho ofiice
of tho Clerk of the County Court since
our last report:
Anna O Qrlswold and husband to GarrottS
Wall, tho undivided of a house
and lot on North side of Socond street, bet weon
Market and Limestone ; consideration. 8175.
Wm A Format! and wife to Lewis Jefferson
33 acres of land on North Fork ; consideration,
W W Ball to Emily 8 Hunter house and lot
on Fourth streot, in tho fifth ward, of Maysville
, consideration, $800.
J F Barbour to Edward 0 Leonard, lot No fl
in Clifton ; consideration, 680.
John W Hanna and wife to Alexander Han-na,
lota No. 101 and 185 In Dover; consideration,
conveyance to tho grantors of two acros of land
oi Tuckahoo Ridge Turnpike.
Q W Blatterman, Jr., and wlfoto JH Wedding,
house and lot In fifth ward Maysville,
James A Drake to L T Colo, 6 acres 1 rood and
35 poles ot land on Cabin crook, consideration,
John Wheeler, dealer in oysters, fish,
game, fruit, etc., has made a heavy reduction-'
in prices. . Fresh fish at ix, and
eight cents a pound received daily. Canned
goods at greatly reduced prices.
Aberdeen is talking of telephone communication
with this city. It is a good
idea, if practicable.
Richard Held, of Montgomery oounty. Is a
caifdldato for Judge of tho Superior Court of
tho Third District of Kentucky. Subject to tho
decision of the Democratic party.
Several articles used by tho Maysville
Musical Club in their last performance of
"Sorcerer" are missing. The members
are requested to look, them, up' and see
that they are returned tt to W. H. January
Br. A. Goldstein.
tho well-known optician, has his oflice at
Mrs. Samuel C. Pearce's residence on Wall
streot. All persons who desire the best
quality of glasses perfectly fitted to their
eyes, will do well to call upon Dr. Goldstein
or address him through tho post-office.
I. O. 0. P.
The members of Ringold Lodge, No. 27,
are requested to meet at their hall on next j
Wednesday, the 26th inst., at 9 o'clock, a.
m., for the purpose of taking part in the
procession at Aberdeen according to the
anniversary programme that day. Members
of all other lodges are invited to go.
The National Genuine Export Lnger
forms a very pleasant and favorable substitute
for ordinary drinking water, so frequently
contaminated and unwholesome.
Lovers of a good glass of old lager will do
well to give the following parties a call :
Fred. Otto, Simons & MoMurlry, George
M. Thompson, F. SchaUmann, Robert
Wiilot and Ed. Lambden. al45td.
J. C. Pecor & Co., are displaying just
now a very handsome line of wall papers
and window shades of every style and
patern, which will be sold as cheap as at
any other house in the city. The stock
has been selected with tho greatest care
and is believed to be the choicest and
most attractive the firm has ever been
able to offer in Maysville. Call and sec
Misses Sophia and Anna Reldle will leave to
morrow, for Vanceburg, Ky., to spend tho summer.
Another blacksmith shop Is to be started hero
Colonel Robert Nelson l here visiting his
Midghall,Uood and Perry are painting in tho
H. F.Truo &Son are ship ping a lot of tobacco
Tho fruit crop Is not so badly damaged a.s was
We are glad tosoe our friend Campbell, tho
Barber, out again.
A telephone from here to Maysville Is talked
of. It would pay.
Tho Jolly four visited Miss Alice Gray, last
Sunday, on Stony Lonesome.
Every body Is talking of the big show. Aberdeen
will be well represented at night.
The band boys are practicing night and day
preparing for tho :20th. Tlioy play splendidly.
A number of young folks from this place attended
a social hop at Mr. Roth's, abovo town
Tho old telegraph polo tho first eroded here
has been taken down off the bank and moved
in front of tho telegraph office on Second streot.
Which would you rather door go a fishing, or
in other words would you rather stay at homo
and seo tho Odd Follows parauo or go 10 Aiays
villo and seo tho circus parade.PiNAroUK.
April 17th, 1882. at tho Mason County Clerk's
office, Miss RUTH ANN WILSON, of Mason
county, to Mr. A. COLE, of Lewis county.
April 17th, 1882, at the residence of tho bride's
father, Miss AVA MARTIN, of Mason county,
to Mr, ALBERTT. KINO, of Lawrence county,
Juuo wheat $ 1
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' Provisions weak, grain firm,
Corrected dally by (J. W. Qklhel, grocer, Second
street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone I 8 5i
Maysvlllo Family 7 75
Maysvlllo City 8 25
Mason County - - 7 75
Ellzavlllo Family 7 5S
Butter, $ lb 803S
Eggs, doz M 1.
Meal peck 341
Turkeys dressed $1 lb 1012
Buckwheat, " lb
Molasses, fancy 80
Coal Oil, fl gal 29
Sugar, granulated! m .. 11
" A.ib it
" yellow lb .. 0lf
Hams, sugar cured 13 tb 1415
Bacon, breakfast $lb 1415
Hominy, gallon.- 2i
lieans i gallon 50
Potatoes r$i peck- , 1ft
Dried Peaches 8
LTAKEN UP ASAOsTRAY7
IN this city Friday morning, April 21, 1882, a
BROWN MARE lf hunds high and about
nine or ten years old, Mas a Hraall white spot
in forehead with small whlto spot on back
with yoko on neck. Owner will pleaso call nt
Yancey & Alexander's stnblo Identify animal
and pay charges. W. B. DAWSON,
n22td Deputy Marshal.
LOST, STRAYED or STOLEN,
IROM Foxport P. O.. North Fork; Fleming
1 County, Ky a bay FILLY, three years old
thlssprlng. Has heavy mane and tall. Mane
lies on leftside. MIsmhI since Satuiday, April
1 5, 18S2. Reward paid for return ol this animal
or for Information that will enable mo to get
her. NATHAN THAOKEK,
a20w2t Foxport, Fleming county, Ky.
sills j Hp
J NEATLY EXECUTED Ml
a. B. GREENWOOD,
House and Sign Painter.
Paper Hanger, Giuiner, (Hty.ier, .fee. rtle
left at (ieoige l'. V'o.r. druw store will !
)romptly attended to. All woik wnuranted.
Jhurgeti reasotixbte lDtf
pi II AN K HA U'J life,
HOUSE: AND SIGN PAINTER,
glazier, paper hanger, &u., Second street, opposite
pork house. Wllljrlvo prompt, attention
to all work In mv Hue, and usk hut a reasonable
sell at the late residence of D. K. Roberts,
IWILL at halfpast ten o'clock WEDNESDAY,
MAY, :ird, a lot ol Household and
Kitchen Furniture, a line .selection of Books,
embracing Theological and Scientific works.
There will be sold on the promises a fine fresh
young Aldornoy Cow with her calf.
alUWd ANN P.ROBERTS.
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W '!! be nmllH rnr.r to nil sppllrnriti, iinrt tAcistinieri without
irutrlne it. It conUln tiva colored plutef, 600 cngrvln,
twit SiH) raei, and fill I deviations, prlcei anil direcUoni hi
Tontine 1500 rl;tlM of and flower Scd, PUnti,
1 niit 'i'e, pIc, liivnluiibtu to alt. 2iehigan prown d
i!l he fount mordivllMirnr pUntiajf In the South tliui tho
r.wn in wnni.arellinVi. VV iiiNke.i'ptclaUy of tupplylof
I ttiiUri, Truckmen ai.iI .MarVot (inliiHi. Adilr.il,
D. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit. Midi
Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts.
Luwia Vandkm, Proprietor.
Manufacturer and Inventor of
Mado Double or Single foremen or boys. AdV
dross WILLIAM CAUDLE,
euro T. K. BjiU & Son,
apHdiwly Maysville, Ky.