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DAILY EVENIN Q BULLETIN,
SATURDAY EVUrTlAKOir 24, 1883.
kosser & McCarthy,
1'OIIMSIIKKM AND PJiOIMtlKTORS.
On Monday uoxt, we're pleased to any,
Tho Daily Hullfiin,
A new departure's going to take,
And it ingoing to win.
Tho prleo the very satno will bo,
And advertising low,
And as regards tho current news,
Yon bot, It wont be slow.
Flkmingshuuo is moving to organize: it
Mn. W. II, Ovi:hi.kv's house near
was destroyed by fire a few days
OniKit important business changes
may bo looked for in Maysvillo in the
next two or three weeks.
Mt. Stkkling proposes to give $20,000
aa an 'inducement toward, the establishment
of the Episcopal High School there.
Tins late Moses Dim mitt, of this county,
at tho time of his death had a life policy
for$2,000 in the New York Life Company.
A check for that amount has been boon received
by his widow.
AnuANOKMRSTs for tho right of way
over the Mt. Cannel turnpike in Chester,
for the street railway, wo are reliably informed,
will bo made on satisfactory
terms, an item of information the people
of Maysvillo will be glad to learn.
With the coming of spring the winter's
accumulation of garbage and impurities
gonerally should bo removed in
season. Disinfect cellars aud othor
places. Tho neglect of such cleansing
and disinfecting may breed sickness.
Tilma.v Ckapt, a brother of Ellis Craft
and a lawyer named Burns, have arrested
in West Virginia, a negro who is charged
with having committed the murder of
tho Gibbons children. Tho evidence
the arresting party claim to have against
tho negro has not been made public as
Wk take pleasure in calling attention to
tho ball to be given next Monday evening
at Washington Hall by the German
Relief Society of this city. This association
is doing a great deal of good in the
community and is seldom beforo the
public for favors. This time wo trust a
generous people will give their entertainment
a liberal patronage.
Tim btock subscription of $20,000,
necessary to bo raised in Maysvillo, for
tho street railway, wo are pleased to learn
will bo no impediment to tho success of
tho enterprise, as the company have assurances
that tho amount will bo promptly
subscribed at the proper timo. Tnero
seems now to be nothing whatever in tho
way of tho successful inauguration of tho
Scandal at (uincy.
Tho neighborhood of Quincy, Lewis
county, is rocked from contor to circumference
by a scandal which involves Bomo
of the best people of tho community.
John Evans, who lives near Quincy, has
brought suit for divorce against his wife
Louisa Evans, and also against Dr. J. W.
Berry, a prominontand wealthy physician
of Quincy, for $10,000, alleging that Berry
had alienated tho wife's affection and had
, maintained improper relations with her.
Mrs. Evans is tho daughtor of ono of the
wealthiest farmors in that section, and is
young and handaomo. Dr. Berry is fifty
years of ago and has a family. Both
case will be vigorously defended.
To the Public.
Tho Daily Bulletin, beginning on
Monday, will be enlarged to a five column
paper. In addition to this the publishers
have arranged to receive telegraphic
reports of all occurrences of interest
transpiring in any part of tho country,
which will be laid before q public several
hours in advanco of the Cincinnati
papers. There will be a full telegraphic
market report from all tho leading business
centers of tho United States which
will be prepared by an experienced and
able reporter and may be relied upon as
absolutely correct. While this enterprise
will require the expenditure of many
hundreds of dollars there will be no increase
of the subscription price, and no
advance in our prasent low rates for advertising,
which we take this opportunity
to say are less than the lates of any other
journal in tho city. It is the desire of
tho publishers to furnish a daily newspaper
that will be a credit to the city, and
to do this they ask, and may reasonably
expect, tho liberal co-operation of all
who have public spirit enough to appreciate
tho benefit a live, enterprising
daily journal will bo to the business and
private interests of Maysville.
The usual Easter services will bo held
at St. Patrick's Church to-morrow.
Rev. J. K. Pace will preach at the Baptist
Church to-morrow at tho usual hours.
The Methodist meeting at Stone church
on Lawrence Creek will likely ontinue
through tho week.
Sunday School in tho Chester M. E.
Church, South, to-morrow at 3 p. m., and
preaching by Rev. L. S. Pollitt at 7 p. m.
Services will bo held at the Presbyterian
Church to-morrow morning and
evening by Rev. S. B. Alderson, the pastor.
Rev. John Barbour will preach at tho
Presbyterian Church to-morrow. Those
persons who united with tho Presbyterian
Church during tho week will bo
publicly received at the evening service.
Services will bo held as usual at the
M. E. Church, South, to-morrow at 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p. in. After tho service
candidates for membership will be re-
coived into tho church. Subject for
evening: "The Parable of tho Prodigal
Rev. A. N. Gilbert will begin a series
of popular lectures at tho Christian
Church on next Sunday night, to young
men and women. Tho first will bo a
repetition of the lecture to young men
entitled, "Purpose tho True Test of Noble
Manhood," given hero last December.
Tho second, to be given the first Sunday
in April, will be to young ladies, entitled,
"What can a Young Lady do?" Seats
all free and tho public, especially the
young, are cordially invited: Mr. Gilbert
will also preach every Sunday morning
until further notice.
Tins wook children will bo thinking
about preparing what in old times used
to bo called paas eggs. To dyo eggs, onion
skins put in water in which they are
boiled will make them a bright yellow;
or, if left longer in tho solution, a rich
brown. Logwood or violet ink gives a
royal purple. Cochineal, and crimson,
and many pieces of chintz or bright calico
that fado easily, if sowed tighly around
tho eggs, will color them nicely in figures,
stripes or dot.
Points About People Here and Elsewhere.
A little son of Mr. Joseph Perrie, we
regret to announce, is very sick.
Mr. Samuel Ellis, of Lewis
county, has been prostrated by paralysis.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Evans, of Keokuk,
Iowa, are the guest of the family of
Mr. James Smith.
A telegram received yesterday from Mr.
Joseph Yarian at Winchester, Ohio, announced
the dangerous illness of his wife.
Mr. L. B. Armstrong, inventor and
manufacturer of Armstrong's Elastic
Roof Paint, whoso headquarters aro in
this city, will go next week to Dover,
Augusta, Ripley and Georgetown, Ohio,
to introduce this famous paint at those
Mr. V. Cord, our enterprising and clover
merchant, wont to Winchester on tho'Jeth on
MrAbner Bramble lost a valuable borso
tills week for which he had refused 2-00. The
disease was luug fever.
Miss Frnnklo Hordeamo homo from
Convent on the 20th on a visit.
T. L. Best went to Cincinnati on tho 21st to
attend tobacco bales. Daulino.
Jasper wheatly, of Sardls, inado us a short
call on tho 18th lust.
Horn, to tho wile of Mr. Albert Shanklln,
lust week, a lino son.
A. S. Tipor is now grandpa.
Maple molasses has not put In an appear
Winter wrappings and heavy ones are still
Josper S. Illxson, has moved In town and
occupies partofMrs. Maltto Taylor's house on
It looks like Piof. Wiggins Is still agltntlng
tho weather and trying to blow up a blorni.
Butter Is now numbered among tho
things in tho sweet by aud by.
Oscar Raymond left a few days elnce on a
visit to Missouri.
Samuel Myall and Richard Hopper wont to
Northmiddletowu on last Filday.
The ground was all covered with snow
March the 23, ISSt.
We are told says a bachelar friend of ours
" thai a gentleman's heart Is luauhed through
his stomach. " Whereupon he retorts that a
woman's heart Is reached through his pocket
A colored man who has boon very
In raising tobacco plants never sows u bed
without going thtough home klild ol a rigmarole
ol a ceremony, which he will not explain.
He thinks It has some kind of a charm
to make the seed germinate, und to tell It
would break tho charm.
Two gentleman were going to Maysvillo
lnst week and lot the horse turn oil of tho
plko turning them aud their load out of the
Mr. Jonos wishing to bo In hn&to to bring
in a bucket of coal for his wile, hit his tool
against an obstruction throwing himself at
full length bruising his kueo. Mrs. Jones
coolly asked him it ho was photographing.
Tho greater part of tho wheat crop Is destroyed
by tho freezing tho past winter. A
good deal ol tho ground will be seeded to oats.
Uncle Campbell King was housed last week
with rheumatism. He Is about
years old and never was sick u day before Unit
A gentleman romarkod tho other day tint
theio was ono imssauo of scrlnturo that he be
lieved and that was "Bo sure you aro right
aud go ahead. He had mlMakeu Davy
Crocket for Paul.
Mr. Henry P. Summer and wife, who lmvo
been visiting his ststor, Mrs. J. W. Walling-ford,
have gone to Tilton to visit Airs. D. H.
Housley, his sister.
Mrs. Summers Is visiting her daughtor,
Mrs. J. W. Walllngford.
Elder Win. A. Morrls.in preached at Lawrence
Creek Saturday and Suudiiy last.
Mrs. Jullna Morrison, of Nepton, with her
daughter aud son, are visiting tho family ot
H. U. Stone.
Mr. Thomas illdgloy sold hits lino saddlo
lllly for 8150.
Mr. Thomas Brown sold n four yoar old
Ally for 512).
Mr. Joo Walllngtord was vtHltlng his undo
J. PI. Walllngford, this week.
A now saw-mill Is being put upon tho farm
of Mr. Shipley, near Oraugoburg.
Messrs. Charles Walllngford and Charley
T.Calvert, of Kern Leaf, wore at Mr. W. T.
Calvert's last wook. They cumo up on business.
No light has yet been thrown upon
tho Royalton double murder near Indianapolis.
Tho reward that has been offered
has caused tho wholo neighborhood
to become detectives, and is hindering
rather than hastening the apprehension
of the murderers.
SiNt'K Representative Ochiltree cannot
get his salary for his services in Congress,
because he is short $12,000 on account
of his former oflioial relations with
the Government, tho hot has been developed
that a large number of prominent
Republican statesmen are in tho
samo fix. Among these is the President,
who is behind $S,43d.88 as Collector of
tho port of New York, tho office from
which Llayes and John Sherman removed
him "in order that it might bo
honestly administered." But as Mr. A.
has, notwithstanding, drawn his salary
regularly, Ochiltree insists that the lino
should not be drawn on him.
Boston was threatened with rival fairs,
but the two are to bo givcifewith more
amity than was expected. The ono under
the auspices of the New England
Manufacturers' and Mechanics' Institute
will be specially devoted to the products
of the arts and the soil in tho Southern
States and Mexico. Tho other, promoted
by the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic?'
Association, will be restricted
to foreign things. Tho managers have
so far secured the countenance of the
National Government that our diplomatic
representatives abroad h.ivo been instructed
to call attention to the matter
and to furnish intending exhibitors with
all needed' information. Goods will he
admitted to remain in bond free of duty
while on exhibition, and at the close
they may be sold upon payment of tarill'
Advertisements Insorted under this head-lug
10c per lino lor each Insertion.
Tuy Langdon's City liuttei Crnckeis.
Fou rubber stamps of all kinds, call on
A. Soeries & Son. Prices very low.
If you want the best ten. cent ciar
made try Childs, Robinson & Co.'s " Han-
11a vk you a cough ? Sleepless nightH
need no longer trouble you. The u.se of
Ayer's Cherry Pector.tl before lut'iiing,
wiir.soothe the couh to quiet, allay tho
inflamation, ijnd allow the needed repose.
It will, moreover, speedily heal the pulmonary
organs, and yive you health.
Assists of lCquitable Lite Insurance
i Company, $18,000,001), a sum never
equaled by any life company in this
country in vears.
Jos. F. Buoiuok, Agent,
ltdifcw Maysville, Ky.
If you aro sullcring from a souse of extreme
weariness, try one bottle of Ayer'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 now life and energy.
At Manchester Ohio, to tho wife of Mr.
Harvey Larnall, a claiiguter.
At Ftomlngsburg, Ivy , to tho wife of Mr.
Pi Irani Jones, a daughter.
A t Manchostor.O., SALLIK l FLAUUHKlt
daughter o( Joint aud Matlle Flaughor.
At Manchester, O., March 19, 1833. FANNIM
L. BdAW, daughter of D. C. and A, L.Heam.
Corrected dally by G. W. Ukibkl, grocer, .
Soond street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone 8 7 2fi
Maysville Fumlly 1 25
Maysvillo City - 0 75
Mason County - 'J 2f
Kentucky Mills 0 00
Butter, V to S0.
Lard, W to 15
Monlty peok 29
Molasses, fancy . - 75
Coal Oil, If) gal. , .. !M
Sugar, grauulated $ tb M .11
' A.f to M
yellow V to ,... 8
Hams, sugar cured V to.. , IS
Bacon, breakfast V to ....... 16
Hominy, 1R gallon . .-. B9
UeaoH V)gallon..... 6i
Potato V peclc........... .. ...... .......... 36
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