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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
MONDAY EVE., MARCH JO, 1883.
ROSSER & MCCARTHY,
"Settle all yo' lltllo trubbles 'thout the aid ob
court bus' luw,
Or yo'll And yo' mouf Ir holdin' mo dnn yo'
kin cbber olinw."
Mayoh Jakuaky suggests nnothor charity
Tiir latest (lemtuul in Lexington is for
'an illuminated clock.
The Oder murder trial at Falmouth
closed with a hung jury.
Next Sunday being Easter, the season
of "sackcloth and ashes" closes.
The Catholic congregation at Winchester,
Ivy., are about to put up a handsome
The friends of Neal and Craft tire said to
he making powerful efforts-, to secure a
pardon for these of lenders.
Ai.nnuT Tayj.ok and Sam. Sheppard,
both colored, wero fined S5 each in the
Mayor's court to-day, for resisting an
An honest old Irishman who witnessed
the parade on Saturday was overheard to
say: "St. Patrick's Day bates the Fourth
The audience at the M. E. Church,
South, Saturday evening was so large that
many persons failed to obtain seats. The
services were unusually interesting.
TiiEitn will be a young people's meeting
at the M. E. Church, South, this afternoon
at four o'clock, conducted by Prof. B. F.
Bristow. There will bo preaching in the
evening at half-past seven o'clock.
Ma. IIouace January has decided to
give his Front street dwelling a pressed
brick front, and to add to it another story,
the whole to be covered by a French roof.
Mr. J. K. Sousley will probably do the
Fatiieiiy Buady's lecture on the subject
of " Intern porance" at the Court House
Saturday evening proved to be very entertaining
and instructive. Ho was listened
to by an audience that packed the room
to its utmost capacity.
It is staled that the average cost of production
of an acre of wheat is $10.50. It
costs no more, except in the one item of
manure, to raise a largo crop than a small
one, and every bushel over the amount
necessary to pay tho expense of the crop,
brings in tho profit to the farmer's pocket.
Mr.ssuits. Geo. Cox & Sox aro just now
displaying an unusully hnndsomo and varied
stock of dry goods for tho spring and
summer trade. Tho ladies will find at this
establishment everything that is now and
desirable in dress goods and other articles
of feminine apparel. The stock lias been
selected with great care and will be sure
to suit "the most, cultivated taste.
St. Patrick's Church on Sunday evening,
tho occasion of tho closing services of
tho Mission, was filled by tho largest audience
that ever assembled in that building,
a striking evidence of tho high appreciation
by the public of the good work done
hero by the Missioners. Tho administration
of tho Papal Blessing to tho ontiro
congregation, present was most solemn and
impressive. Tho same ceremony was
in the afternoon at. tho children's
meeting. Father,. Leo . antf Father
Timothy will probably leave for a now
fiblia;tpTdtvy. ' .
Points About People Here and Hlaewhore.
Mr. Chas. E. Tabb has returned from
Miss Nannie Ball is visiting Mrs. George
Collier at Paris.
Miss Mollie Biggar, of Manchester, is
the, guest of Miss Annie Atkinson.
Miss Lula Sopor, of Georgetown, is the
guest of Col. J. M. Stockton's family.
Miss Anna Altmeyer, of thi3 city, left
Saturday on a visit to relatives at Vance-burg,
Mr. John Fitzgerald, who camo down to
spend St. Patricks's day in Maysville, returned
Miss Lona Cirr, of Lewis county, is the
guest of tho family of Mr. James Shackle-ford,
of East Maysville.
Mr. William Sphar, of New Richmond,
Ohio, who has been visit ng his brother,
Mr. A. C. Sphar, returned homo to-day.
The Ripley, (0.) Budget says: Mrs. Robert
Porrine, of neat Maysville. was the
guest of her brother, Mr. G. W.Shaw, this
Mr. Charles E. Yarian will leave this
week for Chicago, where'he expects to Uvo
in future. His many friends in this city
wish him good luck.
The Enquirer of Sunday says: Ohio
Smith severs his connection on the 1st of
April with the firm of Hill & Smith, and will
associate himself with the firm of Pearce &
Duke, of Maysville.
The following is from the Covington
Commonwealth of the IGth hist:
Yesterday evening a very pleusnnt surorlso
parly was given at tlie residence of.T. B.
by the members and friends of tho Firth
street Christian Church, of which Mr. Brlnoy
is pastor. It Is supposed that about one hundred
persons wero presont, all of whom seemed
to enjoy themselves In a high degree. A marked
lenture of tho occasion was tho presence of
quite a mimuerof young peoplo, who did much
to make the evening one long to bo remembered
for tho social good nlioor by which It
wnsoharaeteilzed. Having spent the evening
in social conversation, and music led by Prof.
Gale, the chorister of tho ehnroh, tho guests
partook of refreshments spread by themselves
and dispersed leaving behind them barrels of
flour, hams, sugar, coffee, fruits, tablcn liuon,
bed spreads, &c., &c, and last, but not least,
kindly Impressions upon the hearts of Mr.
Htlnoy and Ills family that will never be
erased. Such occasions aro well calculated to
strengthen and sweeten the ties that exist between
the church and Its pastor.
The masque party at tho handsome country
residence of Miss Mamie Slack, Friday
night, was the most recvhcrchc affair theclub
has as yet had. Tho event was a fitting
finale for the last meeting for this winter.
The costumes worn wero elegant and in
pleasing variety. Tho supper was one of
the finest expositions of culinary art. The
"Kitchen Guards" are now more enthusiastic
than ever in their praise of tho
"Kitchen Belles," and it is their heartfelt
wish that the Fern Leaf club may become
The following is a list of tho characters:
Miss Carrie MoAteo, Young lady of il(y years
Miss .Amelia Wood, darkness nnd daylight.
MUsSuo Worthlngton, Duchess Undine.
Mis- LultoShHokleford, Pocahontas,
MissMatnlo Slack, night.
Miss Anna Writt, moraing.
Miss Oraco Campbell, Maysville Republican.
MlssTCvelyn Smith. Italian flower girl.
Miss Jul la Worthlngton, sister of charity.
Miss Nona Calhoun, Venetian lady.
Miss Anna Burgess, reporter.
Miss Mollie McAtee, Captola, the daughter
of the regiment.
Miss LlduJlurgess, Little Bo Peep.
Miss Daisy Best, dashing widow.
Miss.Ienulo Downing Gypsy fortune toller.
MlssTlUIe Downing, moiulng,
Miss Lettlo Wood, dashing widow.
Miss Nannie Bacon, unknown.
Miss Fannie Wood, unknown.
Miss Buttle Bailee, perfect picture.
Judge Thos. F. Haugis has announced
himself for re-election as Judge of tho
Court of Appeals,
The ladies of the Episcopal Church contemplate
treating the people of .Maysville,
at an early day to another concert by "Tho
Smith Family." Tho last appearance of
these distinguished people in Maysville
ACROSS TilE RIVER.
Forty hogsheads of tobacco wero shipped a
few days ago irom Home, by tho Bonanza.
James Flt.patrlck sold his tobacco lor 12$
cents from thegiouud up.
Benjamin Bowman has gone to Maysville to
James Power and Miss Nettle Cropper wero
united In marriftge at the M. 10. Parsonuue, on
Sunday evening last, at" o'clock, by Kev. W.
M. Boyer. May the choicest blessing bo bestowed
Mrs. Anna Lowery and Miss Anna Chllds,
of Maysville, woio visiting at Geo.
I noticed while on the wharfhoat tho other
day a coop containing four wild geese. Thoy
had been shipped fiom (Jayoso, Mo.,loO. P.
Muthias, ot mis county.
Capt's. Kdglngton and Frost's now boat, was
taken up the river Tuesday by the towboat
Sea Lion to receive her machinery.
He Could Sympathize With Him.
Theophilus Wiggleton could cawl out
through a smaller hole than any othcrman
in town; I mean by that, ho could shirk
tesponsibility; and especially creep away
from paying his honest. debts. In this latter
respect he was both slippery and brazen,
ilero is a case directly to the point.
Homer Harvey was known as one of the
best natured and most accommodating
tailors, He had entered the name of
Theophilus Wiggleton in his books believing
him to bo what he would appear to
bo worth money under that impression
he had made for him two suit of clothes
of the finest cloth; after that he had fur
nished him a third suit, for fear of losing
what was already due should he irritate
tho man by refusing him. And now Harvey
wanted his money. We wanted it
very much. The bill amounted to little
more than $100, and the debtor had many
times promised that in a wvy few days the
money should be forthcoming. One bright,
summer's day tho tailor met this delinquent
customer and caught him by the
" Wiggleton, my dear man, can you let
me have the amount of my bill against
you this morning r
fellow ! How
ho ! It's you, my dear old
arc you?"" And gave him a
handgrasp that was warm and hearty.
" Say, Harvey, are you pressed ? Do you
owe anybody that ought to bo paid at
From the look of WrL'gleton's eyes, as
he gave a sidelong glance from it, the tailor
believed, if he should own to being in
debt toothers, that the fellow would retort
that it way very unprincipled of him to
press him for uvouey. So he answered in
the negative. ,
"No," ho said, " I don't owe: and I
don't mean to if I can help it."
"Aha! good, good l" criod Theophilus
gladly. " If you are owing nobody, ot"
course you cannot need money. At all
events, you don't need it one-half so much
as I do; for I am in debt. But don't worry,
Harvey. It shall come some time.
The tailor turned away in disgust, and
in partial despair.
The next time he asked tho many for
money he wouldn't give him any such hole
through which to crawl away.
The next time came. Harvey met his
man at the holtl bar.
"Ah. Wiggleton! You aro just the man
I have been wishing to see. Can you make
it convenient to pay that little bill to-day?"
"ilv dear Harvey, are von real! v in
" I am; desperately so!"
"Mercv! You don't owe anybody else
mnnev do vou !"
" 1 do, owo a large mini !"
'Aha! Good, good !" grasping the tailor's
hand. ' Now, mv dear fellow, vou
M. Barthelomy llrtinow, a Fieni'h metallurgist,
is credited with the discovery of a
reducing substance which so wondorusly
promotes tho liquefaction of iron ore that
he has been enabled to reduce tho ore to
pig metal in tho short space of fourleon
M. dc Lessops is at present engaged in
studying tho plans for tho projected canal ,
across the Isthmus of Malacca, a work
which, when carried out, will abridge by
four days the voyage of vessels plying between
fthi rope and the far East via tho
Suez Canal. T,he Iing of (Shun, who ttikes
a warm interest in the" project, Jias ent
his portrait to its promoter, and has writ-ton
under it, in' his own hand, "To my
good frjqnd.Ferdinaud e,sBepjj.;i
Advertisements Inserted under this heading
H)o porllno for each insertion.
Tuy Langdon's City Butter Crackers.
Fou rubber stamps of all kinds, call on
A. Soeries & Son. Prices very low.
Tiih assets of tho Equitable Life aro
$4S,000,000, a Bum never before equaled
by any American life company in twenty-four
Jos. F. Buodkick, Agent.
J. A. Jackson & Son, of Mayslick, are
the sole agents in that place lor all of J.
C. Aver & Co.'s celebrated patent medicines
and many other valuable preparations,
among them T. B. Smith's Kidney
Tonic. Call and get n. bottle, f 17.
Ik you aro suffering from a sense of extreme
try one bottle of Ayor's
Sarsaparrilla. It will cost you but one dollar,
and will do you incalculable good. It
will do away with that tired feeling, and
give you new life and energy.
IIavk you a cough ? Sleepless nights
need no longer trouble vou. The use of
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral before retiring,
willjsoothe tho cough to quiet, allay the
inflamalion, and allow the needed repose.
It will, moreover, speedily heal the pulmonary
organs, and give you health.
At Levaua, 0.. on the l.Vh Inst.. by Rev. J. P.
Ewlng. Miss KLt.. FUO.Vr and Mr. CHAb.
SUAHKKV, boih ot Miiywllle, Ky.
UK TAIL .11 4 UK IT.
Corrected daily by (1. W. (j eiskl.. grocer,
street, .Maysville, Ky.
Limestone 7 'J"
Mnysvllli' Family (i 'Si
Mnson County fJ !ii
Kentucky Mills fi 75
Hotter, ft K 'JAQW
Lard, ft in la
Eggs, ft doz Id
Meal ft peek '.'()
Molasses, fancy 70
Coal Oil, ft gaf J0
Sugar, granulated ft lb .. II
'A. ft lt in
" yellow ft lb , (0
Hams, sugar cureil ft tii i5
Macon, breakfast ft tb 1ft
Hominy, ft uallou 2)
Hi'uuH ft gallon r)
Potatoes ft peek If
The Fine Saddle and Harness Stall'on,
Will hlimd the pre.ient Season at my Stable,
Two Miles west ot on the .Maysllok
and Sardis Pike, and will be pounlted to serve
$10 to INSURE A MARE WITH FOAL.
Is a bay eolt,
foaled In the spilug ot iK7ii, by Chieftain or
Hi' dam was Hell by Sollcrlno; he by
Imported Yorkshire. Uisd.im was St. Mary by
llamli't; and bis great dam was imported
Uomp by Liiugar; Hell's uuni was Kate ny At-
lanla: he by American F.cilnsc: ho by Old iniroii
and Imported Dtnmede. 'Hull's grand dam was
by Abdullah; her great grand dam vu by
her gr. gr. gr. dam was Imported Messenger.
can sytnpithi.e with mo. We're both in "" -,...-- -
the box. Hut don't let fret. We'll
same us tf3,rt ct n a n i .
keop our shoulder to the wheel-keep our BuLU, S TISICB 0T J&GftS,
courage up, my boy, and we'll come out all
A ever fear. Have a dnnl; . niaok) ,inoon h,llHls i,u,i,, mealy nose. For
---, length, muscle and styles lie; ehailonues com
parison, lie win serve mares tu mo anovo
place, at the low price of
$10 to Insuro a Maro With Foal.
A lion will be retained on nil colts got by tho
above Horse or Jack, until the season money
Is paid. Mares kept on reasonable terms.
Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible
should any occur.
J. M. PIPER.
March Oth, 1883. inlSwtf
on tho Fleming pike
DWRijUNaHOUSlS rooms, poioh halls and
tw.o gondjcqllars. yopd dairy, stable, orchard
und giudon wlt,li nn,o young fruit trees on tho
premises. For rent on vory roasonublo tonus
to tv careful tiiaiit Applydo '
M. It. GIL! QUE,
nlitf at Wprkn.