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EVENING BULLETIN. ((X)
" HEW TO THE LINE, LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY."
VOLUME 1. T-. MAYSVILLP, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 10, 1882. NUMBER 196.
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KEY WINDING WATCHES
J. BALLENGFRnt Albert's China Store adjoining
Peaice, WnlHngluirt & Co.'s Bank.
J. C. PECOR & CO.,
A fresh supply Just received.
3X O O Xa X & 33 23 ID ,
All this year's nrclmse. Call and get a catalogue.
Kverv style and pnttcrn.ag' cheap as tlie cheapest.
'Give us a call a nil exumiue our stock.
np211y J.U. PEC'ORiteCO.
Kentucky Central B. R.l
The Direct and Cheapest Route to
00 Arr. MaysviIIe
7 5o i
Trains land 2 on Main Line run Daily, ntheis
Daily except Sunday.
at LuxinRlou with the CttOUR for Ashland,
Huntington and all points in tho East and
Southeast with the C N O & T P K R, lor
and the South, with the L & N It It lor
Franklort and Louisville.
For Tickets, rates on household goods. Folder's
description oi the western country .through
time tables etc., call on or addicts,
W. C. SADDLER,
Agt., MaysviIIe, Ky,
U.T. A. Flemingsburs.
Or any agent of the K C R R.
Covington, Flemlusliurgaut) Pound Gait
Connecting with Trains on K. C. R, R.
Leave FiiEMiNGsnuno for Johnson Station:
5:45 a. in. Cincinnati Express.
i ' 9:18 a. in MaysviIIe Accommodation
8:25 p, in. Lexington.
1 7:02 p. m. MaysviIIe Express.
Leave Johnson Station for Flemingsburg on
. , the arrival of Trains on the K. C, R. R.:
0:23 a.m. 4:00 p.m.
0:48 a. m. 7:37 ip. ra.
account of my continued ill health, 1
have concluded, as soon as practicable, to
retire from the dry goods trade, 1 now ofler my
entire stock lor sale to any meichant wishing
to engage iu the business, aud will rrom the
1st day of July sell my goods FOR CASH, until
disposed of, which will .enable me to ofler to
the retail trade some special bargaius.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to
me will pleae call and settle at once, as 1 am
anxious to square my books. Respectfully.
" -7" -"
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For salt by all groceis.
V. .T? HTTTMVE'V.
Plumber, Gas antf Steam Fitter
dealeriu BUh Tuls, Hydrant Pumps, iron
aud Lad lJip6 Globe, Angle alxirhecK Valves,
KubberHbe.An3 SGwrPIpeJ All woilc
prSmifted, jSecoud stieet,
opposite WtflW & ort's. aptt
CINCINNATI. g.w. GEISEL,
2 Trains Daily ("Except Sunday; 2
MAYSVILLE TO CINCINNATI,
making biue connections with all lines lor the
North, South, East and West
Holders of Through Tickejh have their Bay-gage
checked lluough to de&unation.
Special Rates to Emigrants.
ttritonhd trip tickets to CINCINNATI
sale at grfcatly i educed rates. -i
Time table in eilect -May 1J, 1882. I
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STATIONS. I Ex. AC.
5 -Jo 12 3
' Hum'itt 5 C 12 H
' Clark's., fl OS 12 51
' Marfa'U.. ti 1 12 50
44 Helena. C 25 1.07
" Jolin'u.. JU 1 15
11 Eliz'lle (i -12 1 22
11 Ewlng... (J 41 1 20
" Cowan.. S 5a 1 31
41 P.Val'y. 7 03 1 -10
14 Meyers.. 7 lo 1 17
Carlisle 7 25 2 1).
i i icr. ..
Mil'bify 7 ID 2 25
" P.Jn'o'n 8 20 2 5U
Arr. Paris 8 25 a 00
Arr.Lex'ton 9 20 7
Arr.Cov'ton 11 45 0 15
A.M. P. 31
Xo, 9t W. Second St., i. Opera. House,
Fruits and Vegetables in reason. Your patronage
respectfully solicited. jMdly
Headquarters for all kinds of Confectionery
Fruits, Canned Goods, etc.
Fresh Stock and Low Prices.
Come and ee me if you want to save money.
F. L. TRAYSER,
Front St., ! doors west of Hill House
Grand, Upright and Square Pianos, also the
best make of Organs at lowest manufacturers'
prices; Tuning and Repairing. nl.7
THE LATEST SENSATION.
4000 Yards Lawn, choice styles and fast colors
at 5 cents per yard. 500 yards India Linen
at 10 cents per yard. 240 pairs regular made
men's half hose at 10 cents per pair. Other
goods proportionately low.
July 6, 1882.
STAPLE AND FANCY
Teas, Tobacco, Cigars, Queensware, "Wooden-ware,
Glassware, Notions, &c. Highest price
paid for Country Produce. Goods delivered to
any part ot the city.
Cor. Fourth and Plum Streets,
npl21yd MAYSVILLE. KY.
XiAXTlE & WOBICK,
ESTIMATES promptly and cfteeriully
for all worli In our line. Shop on
Third ,strctottiear Wall, MaysviIIe, Ky. 12Hm
. jAlSmifacturetCanTl l!Tveiftdia of
Made Double orlSingld for hipn or boys,
(tress r . C WILLIAM CAUDLE,
v r am
ap!4daw)3F MaysvlUe, Ky.
An American Supper in Hungary.
One day we prepared an American
feast for our Hungarian friends, who
were curious to see what some of our
dishes were like. "You must give us
Boston beans and brown bread," said
one who had heard of these Yankee delicacies
; " and a pie," chimed in another.
Our facilities were not of the best, but
we set a supper that had the virtue of
variety if no other. In vain we searched
the china-shops for individual butter-plates
and small sauce-dishes; they were
unknown, and for the first we substituted
color-saucers, which are very similar
in shape aud size, but they proved a
puzzle to our guests. They were quite
shocked, too, to see the food set upon
I grieve to state that they were not
enthusiastic over this National meal, for
it may seem to cast a reflection upon its
cooks. Most gingerly they tasted our
beautifully browned beans, remarking
casually that it was a pity to so spoil
beans, "when they made so excellent a
salad. They actually " turned up their
noses" at our delicious bron bread,
which they were sure was heavy; the
raw dressed tomatoes they sent away,
lest they poison the air ; the chicken-salad
they deigned to say might be good
if the chicken had been left out. The
American pie they thought might be
eatable, had it been baked in small pans,
and without a top crust ; and our crilSp,
delicate, warm rolls they refused to eat
for twenty-four hours, lest they perish
at once. Our roast beef they declined
because it had not been boiled ; but the
Saratoga potatoes ! Budaspeth may yet
erect to us a monument, because we introduced
there "Saratoga chips," for
they tickled the Hungarian palate, and
produced a sensution that satisfied us.
But, as a whole, our American feast
starved them. This they frankly made
known, and we adjourned to a neighboring
Restoration to satisfy their hunger.
This is what we had there : An ox-tail
soup, full of dumplings ; a dish of green
peas and rice boiled together, eaten with
grated cheese: small "turnover" pies,
filled with sour cabbage, pork and curry ;
a chicken cooked with sour cream and
liapricay which is the reddest of red
pepper ; a salad dressed with sunflower
oil ; some semme s (rolls) stuffed with
poppy-seeds stewed with milk and
honey, and, to end with, a cheese, mixed
on tlie table, made of cream cheese, butter,
cavairo, garlic and capers. But one
could eat almost anything helped by
such Tokay wine as one only gets in
Hungary. From " European Breezes"
by Margery Dea?ie.
"Ah, my friend," said a clergyman to
a parishioner who was the husband of a
termagant aud who had made application
for a divorce, " we should be yielding
and forgiving. There are uo divorces
in heaven." "That?s the reasou," said
the sufferer, "why 1 am so anxious to
get a divorce here."
This is the youngest cotton speculator.
He is wearing cape upon his hat.
None of his relatives are dead. Why,
then does he wear crape on his hat ?
Because he has .got in front of the cotton
market when it was loaded. Did the
market go off ? Yes, the market went
off. Columbus (Ga.) Sentinel.
Fine sermon : Mrs. A. "We had a
beautiful sermon this morning, didn't
we?'' Mrs. B. "Beautiful, and did
you notice Mrs, Smithson's bonnet V
Mrs. A. "Notice it? Well, I should
say I did. I couldn't keep my mind off
it the whole jservice.M Mrs. B. "Nor
I, neither.,, Boston Transcript
A fashion note says there is a tendency
to drop overskirts. This is appalling.
The function of yeast is to change
starch into sugar and that into alcohol.
MuliiER asserts that certain butterflies
will only visit blossoms of primitive
Titers are several thousand volcanoes
known, and the number of active ones
may be set down as 323.
Cast iron is said to be permeable to
certain gases at high temperatures, and
to hydrogen ga even wh?n cold.
M. Pasteuk has succeeded in communicating
rabies by inoculation from
the brain of a dog dead with the disease. '
Cohds stretched in a network near the
ceiling have been satisfactorily tried for
destroying echoes in churches and public
It has been estimated that one square
foot of soil will evaporate six t'mes as
much moisture as the same amount oi
It is about settled in the minds of experimenters
that plants absorb very little
moisture through their leaves, by no
means enough to keep the plant alive
without the aid cf moisture at the roots.
Bookbindings of Bussia, calf or sheep
absorb sulphuric acid when exposed to
the products of the combustion of illuminating
gas, as they are in nearly
nil libraries, and are liable to suffer great
Teeth do not belong to the bony skeleton,
but are developed by the living
membrane of the mouth, which is only
a continuation of the skin. Hence the
teeth are classed with other skin appendages,
as the hair and nails.
Prop. Schlager of Vienna has been
experimenting for three years onthe influence
of blue light in the treatment of
the insane, and records a quieting and
soothing influence in cases of an abnormally
A shower of fine dust which fell in
France in 1$1G was found by analysis to
be composed of theiine sands of Guiana
and to contain the characteristic microscopic
shells of South America, Such
showers originate in volcanic eruptions.
A scientist who has been experimenting
for twenty-five years on the variations
of plants admits that he has gradually
lost the idea of species, inclining to
the opinion that variation takes place in
definite diieutu.us, and that its cause is
No remains of the bison have been
found among the bones in the shell-heaps
along the Atlantic coast, and there
is no evidence, among the early lists of
the natural products of the country, of
its occurrence anywhere on the seaboard
for a long period before the discovery of
The average height of the Japanese is
five feet three inches. Climate can
scarcely account;' for their smallness,
since that is temperate, though subject
to violent changes. The use of charcoal
braziers for heating may affect their
growth by causing tliem to inhale the
The respiration of a cold-blooded
creature may be increased by artificial
heat. In extremely bad weather frogs
may have to leave tlie wfater entirely,
and fishes come to the surface for air.
Reversely, frogs can be kept for years in
a state of suspended animation and revived
Almost all volcanoes are found in
proximity to large bodies of water. The
greater number are situated on islands,
and the rest, with very few exceptions,
near the borders of the sea or on
basins. Thi3 gives rise to the opinion
thatpreesure of steam is the force
which expels the-lava torrents. '