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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
tuesday evening, dec. 5, 1382.
eosser & McCarthy,
PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS.
If you hayo got a spark of sense
You'll quickly go and get,
A seat secured that you may hear
The sparkling Olivette.
The Duo Delfs, and Merrlmac,
Bathllde, the Countess fair
And Valentine, will make you feel
It's gorgeous to be there.
A Lexington young man, deeply fascinated
is making a topr of Kentucky with
Alice Gates' troupe.
A concert and festival for the benefit
of the Christian church of Ripley, will
be given at that place on Monday evening,
The ferryboat Gretna Green arrived
from Cincinnati, Saturday. She has been
thoroughly repaired and is now in first-class
Rev. V. D. Powers last night resigned
as the pastor of the Church of the Nativity
in this city. Mr. Powers has accepted
a call to Grace church, near Baltimore.
Mr. Joseph James has resigned his place
in the office of the Central Hotel and is
succeeded by Mr. E. P. McMurtry, a very
popular young gentleman from Lexington.
Lexington encourages the killing of
English sparrows by the boys. These birds
are regarded there as a great pest as they
are every where else in the United States.
Sant Green and Robert McAlister, colored,
were before his honor, Mayor January,
this morning, charged with breaking
the peace. Green was taxed S3, and costs
and Bob$l. and costs for the "picnic."
The Journal printed at Ironfrm,' Oliio,
where the Holman Opera Company appeared
last week says :
The Holman English Opera Company gave a
matinee and two eveing performances in the
Opera House Thursday aud Friday. Their
houses were large, and actinu excellent.
Pinafore," Olivette" and Mascotte" were presented.
The street railway at Lexington was a
success from the start. The Transcript of
Saturday say 3 : The street railway will be
extended next spring, and Woodlands
laid ofl into building lots. That bfeautiful
addition will, bqfore many years, be the
fashionable part of the city.
Lexinton Transcript : Col. W. W. Baldwin,
of Maysville, is -in town. He purchased
to-day at Mt. Sterling fifty-three
head of strong two-year old mules. Also
twenty-three head atSharpsburg,of Henry
English and eighty-four head last week of
Near Owingsville, a few days ago, Ed.
Nesbitt,brother of Thos. Y. Nesbitt, of this
city, was out hunting with John Ewing
and both shot at the same flock of birds.
Nesbitt happened to be in the range of
Ewing's gun and received a load of shot
in his face and head, inflicting very serious
The subject of the ledture of Dr. Cot
trell at the M. Church, South, Wednesday
evening, Dec. Cth, is " Discounted
Ministries," We judge from this the Doctor
will, in his own inimitable "manner,
puncture Bh&tns, unmask tho false and
in a masterly manner the true
of life. Lof Marfville nieet the
lec'WreVjtfith b restfprfsiVe fcu'dience.
for' the lecture of Dr. Oottrell
by 'applying, to &Jr. Phillips at 'the
'dfui,srdretoflJ.Jflm'es'Woo'd1''' , a
The Holman Opera Company scored a
grand success at the opera house lrfst night
in "Patience" the entertainment being
the best probably, of the kind, ever given
in this city. The house was completely
carried by ttorin and encore after encore
was insisted upon. Miss Sal lie Holman as
"Patience" was a most charming little actress
with a fine soprano voice. Mr. Wallace
McCreary the tenor, and a very excellent
one was repeatedly applauded.
Reginald Bunthorne by Mr. J. H. O'Connor
was a difficult and perfect piece of
acting, as was the part of Archibald
by Mr. A. D. Holman. The chorus
was strong and well trained, and indeed
every part and every feature of the evening's
entertainment were well presented
and sustained. The singing by little
Ellie Lewis, a child of five years, was remarkably
well done and favorably im-pressed
every one present with her great
musical genius. We have no hesitation
in saying that the troupe collectively is the
best that has ever visited Maysville. Olivette
will be presented this evening and
by special request the company will remain
and give a matinee, to-morrow
(Wednesday) afternoon and also an entertainment
at night. " Pinafore" will be
presented in the afternoon, with Ellie
Lewis as Buttercup. The "Bells of
will be rendered at night. The
matinee admission price is 50 cents for
adults and 25 cents for children.
Points About People Here and Elsewhere.
9$Miss Carrie Stribling, of Fauguier county,
Va., is visiting the4 family of Dr. G. W.
Mrs. John L. Case, of CrhlvGston, Texas,
with her little daughter, i3 visiting Mrs.
Case, of this city.
A telegram was received this morning
from Winchester, Ky., announcing that
Mr. John H. Hall, whose illness we mentioned
yesterday, was in a very critical
condition. : Dr. J. T. Strdde left for Winchester
Members of congress who have arrived
at Washington confidently predict the
election of Hon. John G. Carlisle as
Speaker of theHouseof Representatives.
K-i . : L
John Roush sold to W F Pollock, of
his line pair oJ wagon maies for
Corn is being sold and delivered In this
nelRhbbrliood at forty cents per bushel.
Hogs are about all sold here, only a few lots
being left. .
Miss Julia M WorthluKton, who is attending
the Hamilton Female College, at Lexington,
Ky.. spent a few days at home last week.
Miss Blanche Morris Is visiting relatives at
Bro. Savage's "light artillery', still holds tho
We are having winter now.
Hog killing is about over.
Preaching at the Christlau church next Sunday
by Elder J. Erwln West,
Harry Taylor, of your town, was on our
streets the latter part of last week,
Dr. Blakely, of Milford, having purchased tho
property of W. Holton, will move to our town
this week.,. 4
The Crescent basic bai club, or this place,
played the Sand Scralohera, of Uas Polut, a
match game last Saturday. Score: 32 to 10
in favor of the Crescent club,
DIedtfVerysuddonly on Ppiday last, Ezeklpl,
little son of Richard Diirrett. Tho family haye
thosympath of the whole, community.
Miss Alice Iollva(n,of Maysvlllo aud Miss M
Calvert; of Lewisburg, spent several day's with
Miss Emma Goggle fast week.,
Miss Emma Brady, entertained a crowd of her
frlehds, on Friday oveiilng, tripping the light
fantastic tde, was the order of the evening;
F. M",D&byn'8 hotfse Is nearly completed.
L. Horton, made a flying try to Paris, last
Rev. J, JCP&ce;.ofi MaysvlllepyJlU preach at
the Baptist church next Sunday afternoon at
8$ o'clock 9 s i ' ' - i
Misses ribtoo, spent
Thanksgiving, very pleasantly wHh their
friend, Miss uoiinieMttyUuh;t2arungebarg,
Advertisements inserted under this heading
10c per line f(r each insertion.
L in iiiii I
Twenty-fire Girls Wanted.
The above number of girls are wanted
for day work at the Knitting Factory. Apply
immediately to the
Maysville Knitting Company.
Lots for sale. Two building lots on
Second street, Eist Maysville, 33 by 120
feet each, adjoining each other. Very desirable
for building purposes. Price $500
each. Apply at this office. cl2tf
Prangs first prize Christmas card, design
by Dora Wheeler, prize $2,000, can
be seen at
Morrison & Kackley's Book Store,
No. 27 East Second street.
Headquarters for spare ribs, tenderloins
backbones, sausage meat &cM at John N.
Thomas & Co.'s, grain store, Market street,
at wholesale and retail.
HEcniNGER, Thomas & Co.
N. B. -We want a wholesale customer
in Chester and the Fifth Ward to
the wants of the people at these
places. TI. T. & Co.
We have been asked to say to the patrons
of Mr. Hermann Limie, the jeweler,
that it will be to their interest to call early
to make their purchases for the holidays
as during the last few days before
Christmas there is generallv such a rush
at his establishment that he is unable to
properly wait upon his customers.
Hildesiieimer, $1,000 prize Christmas
card, representing the four elements, can
be seen at
Morrison & Kackley-'s Book Store,
dOdlt No. 27 Eafet Second fitreet.
Notice. I have assumed charge and
control of the Maysville Water Works and
will attend to all the business of the
Company, making estimates, collecting
Persons having business with the
or desiring any information as to
rates, &c, will be cheerfully waited upon.
Office at, the Pump House, Fifth' Ward.
Determined to Check the 3Iiglity Tide.
For ten vears or more there has been a
great rush of people to Cincinnati and
other points for buggies and carriage work
in general, carrying with them thousands
of dollars which legitimately belong to the
city of Maysville. In order to prevent this
state of affairs and
by the sale of one hundred and forty
this year, we have ordered (and have now
under course of construction) one hundred
vehicles from the best manufacturers of
the day, to be delivered in time for our
grand spring opening, of which, date and
dinner will be ann'ounced in due time. As
the above line of business is to be a future
specialty with us we shall endeavor to obviate
all the objectionable features encountered
heretofore, thus throwing upon
this market a class of work that shall not
be excelled in quality or price by any
house in tho west.
Look out for extraordinary bargains during
the next thirty days in Farm Wagons
and Buggies, for they must be sold before
the first of iffvnuarv." All are invited to
call, see, buy and get a bargin.
Myall & Riley.
Nos. 7 Second and 18 Sutton, streets,
The " La06e$ ) prptsts enereti6ally
affai fast 'the' hdbtt bf'smdllfWgcigaro'ttfesin
the belief that these miniature doses of
nicotine qre Innocuous. The effepts produced
on the nervous svsteni by a ffee
recognizable after recourse to other modes
of ittfkin$i?ana ptflso trhfcingsmade aft6t
cigarette smoking-are fj.atter,and more
indicative of "depVeekion tlkn -those taken
after the smoking of cigars.
Decotnher 5th 1882, at the residence of the
brido's father, near Mnysllck, MISS NANCY
ti. MCLEAN to Mil. JOHN U. WILLIAMS, all
of Mason county, Ky.
Corrected dally by G. W. Gkiskl, grocer,
street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone 8 fi 75-
Maysville Family 5 73
Maysville City J 25
Mason County 5 75
Kentucky Mills 5 5)
Butler, V lb 25
Ejs,$ doz 25
Meall peck 25
Molasses, fancy 75
Coal Oil, 1 gal 20
Sugar, granulated $1 lb 11
' A.tb 10
" yellow ft ft 8m
Hams, sugar cured T$ lb 16;J
Bacon, breukiast "8 ft 16
Hominy, gallon M
Beans gallou 5)
Potatoes i peck 1520
JANUARY ELECTION, 1883.
We are authorized to announce HORACE
JANUARY as a candidate loi icelecUou as
Mayorat the enduing January election.
In iespoiiM5 to theca.i mudo on me through
the columns o! tue IJuiisriN' and to many
solicitations 1'ioiti leading citizens, I have
consented 10 the iRM)hn name as a candidate
to represent the Tnhd waul in the city
, council, and renpectmily solicit the.supnort of
i the voters in said wind. II. B. LuVEL.
At the solicitation of m my of his friends in
'tho Fifth Ward, Mi:. I110M AS V. NESBITT
lias consented to become a candidate for t
cilinan. and we aie autnonzed to anuounce
that he will make the race.
At the earnest solicitation of m my of the
best citizens oi the Flitn ard, I have consented
to he a caululaie tor re election to the
city council at tne enduing J.mu irv I'lecion,
W. li. MATHEWS.
We are authorized to annou cethit Major
THOS. J CHKX'JWETH 1 t candidal tor reelection
asCouucIinian tiom rhoSocond Ward,
at the ensuing Jatiuar;. election.
1Vf JTlOA i . a A$ A .x OiUl . i VVruU
; for the detactl'm t m pasture
by turning itock tbeiuln. on the y.
tleinen can gel lodging, v. ith orwiuioiit
board. Applv to HI E..
H MK two story . n
, the north wot corner of Lftuuione and
Boone streets. For price apply to
M.b M at.11,
n30 i'our tleot
SX K A fai in ol 81 z acr s. en Al.iy,
; vllle. Good 1 callun, mo buildfim&i, elo.
Price, cUO per acre. For tennn ply i
u27 Attonipy, Ouut rflieet.
Jl OK SALE-Three slVaiw of jj.ts stock.
Apply to w 11 w M.U. KU?SKiiL.
SAZjE Une new two wauon,
J?OR axle, custom madv chen , Inquire of
ul7dcVwtl V SljiaV VlflCOY.
A walnut comner with
eis, three yards Ion,, Miitab'n lor a dry
goods store or a claar hlore. Anuly to
ljiOUXI A patrol gold .spectacle Apply at
J7 ui8tf THIS OFFICE.
IjOMV! IA TI A good tit if you
JOST! leave your order with the Filth
Ward Tailor. marSltt J. H. WKDD1NG.
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LATHES, DRILLS, AND OTHER
FOOT POWER MACHINERY,
for tho Mcch&nlo and the Aran
tour. 80 ditferent styles ia Stock.
All goods ut fuctory prices
Bead ic pottage for 61 page Catalogue
of Machines. Carving Tooli,
Saw Madet, Bracket Woods, Me
phaulos Supplies, and Materials for
Scroll Sawjers, and Miniatures of all
Scroll Designs, published in the U. B.
I I UATDHtlQ holeaale and
18 Uoq BtrevttCHtictfittaUt
Frliq Hoi) ScroU Saw with extras
dee cut) sent on receipt of onl f3.A
Nofc43f Second Street, 8 doors West of Market ,
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