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k BffliY, ETOPKfl BULLETIN.
TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 21, 1882.
rosseb & McCarthy,
puiliirim&ts and' itoi?iiiETORS.
Any one with hall im eyo
Can plainly see in sight,
The best of all the season's shows
'Down, at the hall to-night.
Funny Bell, the Senator,
1 The world renowned quartetto,
And Mealey, Green and Powers too,
Will all be there ' U bet."
Eggs are scarce and high in price.
Turkeys are making their peace with
all of the fowl creation.
Eabbits are abundant in this market
and sell for fifteen cents each.
To prevent apples rotting keep them
where they will bo handy for the children.
The marriage bells, are going to ring in
Maysville again very soon. Can you guess
who for ?
Hot oyster stews are the thing or this
kind of temperature, and they may be had
in perfection in this city.
Dr. "W. S. Newton, . of Portsmouth, a
member of the Board of Examining Surgeons
for Pensions, is dead.
Astronomer Proctor predicts that a
collision between the sun and the comet
will occur very soon, perhaps before
Christmas, and end all things terrestrial,
Major Thomas J. Ciienowetii is announced
as a candidate for re-election as
city councilman from the Second Ward'.
He has been a useful member of the
A Missouri woman spent eight years in
making "a collection of 17,000 spools and
sold the lot for fifteen cents which shows
that perseverance as well as virtue U its
The electric shower of Sunday was the
severest ever known since the days of telegraphs,
and extended throughout the
country, from Ohialia to Bangor and as far
south as Nashville.
The following is from the Louisville
We acknowledge the receipt of an Invitation
for the Louisville Legion detachmentto attend
the funeral of Surgeant John M. Hierley, of
the Emmet Rifles, whose funeral took place
from the Limestone street Catholic church, at
Maysville, last Tuesday morning. The relatives,
comrades and lrlends of the dead soldier
boy have the sincere, sympathy of every niau
of the late active service detaohmout.
Says the Yanceburg Courier : Miss
Itachael Wilson, a school teacher from
near Buena Vista, met with a serious and
painful accident at' Rome last Friday
evening. While walking along Front
street with a lady friend, a portion of the
river bank caved over carrying Miss Wilson
with it causing a broken arm, other injuries.
The negro man who was injured Monday
morning, while attempting to cross
the railroad 'track near Carlisle, while a
train' was passing, died the same night
from his injuries. The' wagon he was
driving belonged to Mr. Charles" Rice.
The horses were not injured.
. ; Pojupts Afypnt JJere and People Elsewhere.
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Mr. Ed. Hughesof Manche8terrO, ww
; -Mia Mamie Jt&'e leffrfo Amnion on'
JHaiPBMdaet Kelly'left;for St&te
Week, where she will fStSU liftCTdtnB
X, Cull. ,,
Hon. R. B. Lovel, Uio citizen voters of
your ward, (3d) recognizing your worth as
a citizen of Maysville and the state of
Kentucky, and feeling the need of on
earnest, able member for said ward in the
council of our city, and believing you to
bo the ono man required by the divers
interests coming before that body, respectfully
urge that you allow your name to be
offered, pledging you that wok will use all
honorable means to insure your election.
Respectfully signed :
C. B. Clift,
R. H. Newell,
S. B. Poyntz,
James D. Gunn,
John A. Newell,
W. W. Weedon.
0. H. Cooper,
C. E. Varian,
E. T. Hancock,
W. P. Dickey,
J. B. Poyntz, Jr,
W. H. Calwallader,
G. M. Williams,
The Armstrong minstrel troupe which
is to appear at the opera house this evening,
will give a refined entertainment, free
from the least exhibition of coarseness.
The ladies are invited to be present and
they are assured they may do so safely.
The Lexington Transcript, where the company
appeared last Saturday, says :
The performance of Armstrong's Mistrels at
the opera house was the hest we have ever
witnessed. The music is excellent, the jokes
are new to the public and side-splitting in
the extreme. Among the specialties which
are deserving of special mention wo note
the Powers' Brothers Roller Skating, which
was very goou, jwr. uuwara Mealey performed
the feat ot playing two cornets
and at the same time, carrying two parts
of the music, and we consider this unparalleled.
Senator Frank Bell made an unique,
popular speech, making a number of local
hits. Aiatt Green as a Contortionist is beyond
comparison. He can tie himself up in a
twisted double-bow knot, as easy as you can a
tow string, and actually untie himself again.
Taken altogether, the Armstrong Brothers'
Minstrels are a little the best on the road.
They vlll perform again to-night, and must bo
seen to. be appreciated,
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A Perfectly Delicious Cake.
A rich cake, which is perfectly delicious,
is made by beating together half a pound
of butter and three-quarters of a pound of
sugar. Beat these till they are both white
and light. Beat the whites and yolks
separately of seven eggs, stir the yolks and
a small wind-glass of- brandy in with the
butter and sugar, then add the whites of
the eggs, half or three-quarters of a grated
nutmeg and a pound and a "half of flour,
and lastly, stir in nearly a pound of seeded
qncl chopped raisins arid half a pint of
thick, swebfc cream. Bake in ono or two
tins'. ' Line the tins with paper,'the sides
as well as the bottom, as the cake is so
rich there is danger of its breaking when
Mrs. Threlkeld and her son James, of Maysville,
spent Sunday with S. G. Hord's-family,
The chandelier at Millwood churoh fell Sunday
night making quite a smash up.
Miss Katie Oorpenter, of Flemlngdburg, spent
several days with Mrs. J. M. Walker's family.
Miss Emma Sudduth, of Flemingsburg has
been the guest of Mrs, Mary Wallingford, tho
Preaching at Helena M.E. church next Sunday
Mis Susan Stanford, of Fleming county
viijiung tno ramiiy or Mr. suas imstoe.
O. G. Layton is helping his house to a new
Miss Daisy Best a charming young lady of
Fern Leaf attended ohurch here Sunday .
The Presbyterian Church, has had coat of
paint whlQh Jniproves the looks of it very
Mr. Thomas Best and family, of Helena,
spent Saturday .pud Sunday;, with Mr James
Gaujt, . , ,
Mr. Erwin lias singing sohool every Tuesday
and Friday evenings at tho school .house. Gp
one! go all and learn to sing. L, D.
, Hps,klilingjs a.tjh,an.d.
.Qdl, Jv; R.'WiJsp'n,' of Augusta, was on our
streets ladt Saturday. ' x -
tijfexli Saturday our base bnll olub will play
, Thurnx Pollock-has returned homo from Illinois!-
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4 '8'3nae of .pur farmers are through gathering
oorn, Corn is noHlngheH for40'3ts. J,- ' '
Trof. RlgUotr olass ovu.
'WderC.rilard'tfg VcA&& T &itractdil
'"TZAtZ x n't . .: iar .-..' .n.i
meeting nt amem. a pruirxvitna autvufg tm .'
begin nt McKendrle'.s Chapel next Satuiday
night. ..'" -...
Daniel ICablor, sr. of Plnhook, Robertson
county, Is keeping the.tollgatoon the
Coon hunting is at high ebb. We can hear
tho hunter's horn almost any night.
Prof. Cowbcid's sohool Is progressing finely.
He has about 3o.scholars enrolled. Mrs. Cow-held
arrived here last week.
U. R. SaiiLiyo.
ACROSS THE RIVER.
Mrs. Captain James H. Palmer, of San Francisco,
is visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. D. T.
Cockorlll, in Hestoria. She is accompanied by
her little daughter.
While the Law and Order Committee are at
work "strulgtening" the town wouldn't it. be a
gocd Idea for them to look after the polka dot
blondes who Infest our city ?
The Brown couuty crop ot white tobacco has
cured up earlier and with bettor color than we
have ever before known. Farmers have been
generally stripping for three weeks past, and
they do not find as much house-burn or
leaf as was expected. The season has been
a remarkable one for rapid curing and we look
for heavy shipments of "stripping case" crops I
by the middle of December. i
George L. Ellis, county Recorder, died Tues-
day. The commissioners metThursday for the '
of appointing hi successor. After j
allotlng for several hours, they finally settled
on Chris. G. Relslnger, ot Arnhelm. A good
Prof. Henry Draper, Professor of Analytical
Chemistry in New York University,
died on the 20th inst. i
Advertisements inserted under tills heading
10c per line for each Insertion.
Raffle A. fine parlor suit worth $100,
will be raffled on December 23rd, at Geo. '
Ort, Jr.7s furniture store, Sutton street, at
1. a chance. nov20dlv '
Notice Two old pens have recently
been stolen from a .law oflice on Court
street. The guilty party is known and
will save himself considerable trouble by
returning samoat ori'cei"
The above number of girls1 are wanted
for day work at the Knitting Factory. Apply
immediately to tho
Maysville Knitting Company.
There are other good cooking stoves and
A. J. Egnew & Co.; keeps them in stock,
but if there are two stoves in existence
which lay just claims to suporority in
many respects over all others they are the
OMAHA AND HOT BLAST CHARTER.
We have riot thes,pace hereto point out
their many merits but calftit our establishment
on Market street and we will take
great pleasure in doing so there, whether
you wish to the stove or not. We
consider it the best stove in the market.
oct30d&wlm. A. J. Egnew & Co.
Kind to the Old Man.
Virginia (New) Enterprise.
" I raise you $3, father," said a Coin-stock
young man who was in a little game
of draw with his paternal progenitor the
" What are you doing that for?" asked
the old man rather peevishly.
" Can't help it. Got two pair."
The elderly gentleman threw up his
hand, whereupon the youth showed his
cards, disclosing tho fact that he did not
have even so much as a pair of deuces.
Tho look of disgust on the old man's
face was intense, but it changed suddenly,
for the next hand, which was dealt by his
accomplished son, contained three aces.
" Mebbe you won't be so previous in
your bluffing this time," chuckled the
father as he drew two cards and shoved a
handful of his hard earned silver in to
the middle of the table,
"I tap you," was tho son's laconic reply,
throwing up a $20 piece.
In his Bageruess the old man did not
notiepi that his boy had not drawn any
cards, and so unhesitating called. He was
downed the boy had a flush.
yAfter e old- fenUeman had left the
young man saTd", in a"vo'ico "which was al-
r.arxd WffiK showed plainly
was moved by- ta
.of lial Aflfectien s Mhwl
toulo it. ho
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Corrected dally by G. W. Gkisel, grocer, Second
.street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone 8 0 75
Maysville Family 5 75
Maysville 'City fl 25
Mason County , 5 75
Kentucky Mills 5 Go
Butter, $ lb 25
Lard, tb W.
Eggs, ty doz : -A
Meal "4 peck ,'i0
Molasses, fancy " 75
Coal Oil, $ gal 20
Sugar,, granulated lb ii
' a.) tb
" yellow $ lb 8ii)
Hams, sugar cured $ lb 18
Bacon, breakfast fi lb 20
Hominy, y gallon if,
Beans 1 gallon 5i
Potatoes peck 152()
FOR C'OUKf iriSIAN.
At the earnest solicitation of many of tho
best citizens of the Filth Ward. I have consented
to baa candidate for re-election to tho
city council at the ensuing January election.
V. I J. MATHEWS.
We are authorised to announce that Major
THOS. J. CHENOWETII is a candidate for reelection
as Councilman from the Second Ward,
at the ensuing .Tan nary election.
A.Vn roHSATjE hythi:
CAN AND HALF-CAN,
("gnu) jja.cos Xjx:rcr:rcr.
BUCK WHEAT FL0UB,
Home-made Yeast Cakes,
CHANGE OF LOCATION.
WINDHORST & SLUM,
Have removed their Merchant Tailoring
from Cooper's building l K.
White's uew .store, No.;tl, Second mUPm, wiie:n
they will be pleased to have the public call and
see them. Pi ices low and work i lit' bt.
an2dly WINDHORST BUTM.
DWELLING HOUSE on the Fleming pllcn.
consisting of nine rooms, po.ch ImII.n and
two good cellar. Good dairy, .stable, orch.ir 1
and garden with fluo young fruit lives om th'j
premises. For rent on very reasonable terms
to a careful tenant. Apply to
nlotf at Daugherty'.s Marble Work".
iVo. 21 Market St. , ncurly opp. Central Hotel,
OjQlcc Open at all Hours. MA YS VILLE, KY
ear A PRESENT Given to every child ot
J. O. PI1CQ& & CQ.'S.
T. B. Fulton. E. Davis
FULTON & DAVIS,
OHIO VALLEY MILLS
Corn, Shorts and Shipstuff.
'FiQ.ujrftroyraUsroceiyin tho city.
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