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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
monday eve., march 2g, 1883.
rosseb & McCarthy,
rUHLIHUKKS AND PROPRIKTOUS.
Again old MaysvluVaoretty girls.
Arrangements have begun,
To give us circus men would say,
"Three flrst class shows In ouo."
And If you've got the hardihood,
A ticket not to buy,
You might as well go mako your will
And choone a plnco to die.
There was a false fito alarm sounded
The Grand Army Post in Chester now
has a membership of fifty.
Entkhtainmknts are now in order to
a tone for the forty days of self-denial.
'' ' i
Tuo Bostona and Scotia are due up to
nicht. They will arrive about midnight,
Tiik Bulletin's owl is indebted for a
high compliment to three of the most
charming ladies in the city.
Pkter Cunklikg, of Ripley, the well
known clown, has gone to Mexico, Mo.,
to join James Robinson's circus.
Owners of stock ar6 informed that
they can have their bills printed at this
office on the most favorable terms. Give
us a call.
Tub sixty inch saw accidentally broken
at the Kentucky Saw Mills last week cost
Messrs. Collin's Rudy fc Co., $213. Tlio
entire loss by tho acccident was about
Tub Rev. Mr. Beckwith, of Atlanta,
.Ga., who was offered tho chargo of tho
Church of the Nativity, in this city, wo
regret to say has not been able to accept
As soon as the weather will permit,
Mr. S. W. Meyer will begin tho erection
of a one-story brick warehouse on ono
of his lots near Robinson & Cos flour
mill. It will be used for storage purposes.
Tub decayed grain on Wall street referred
to in a former article in this
is not in tho collars of tho buildings
there, but upon tho street. It shouid
nevertheless bo removed, and that immediately.
Mr. Nkwton Cooper has decided, wo
are informed, to build a large brick grain
and tobacco warehouse on his lots on
Front street, near Market. The building
will be a valuable addition to tho
business property of the city.
Tub Spoors Brothers of Aberdeen, have
lately bought crops of tobacco from tho
following persons: D, M. King and W.
Harding at 10 cents a pound and S. B.
Ellis at 11 cents. Joseph Chain sold his
crop to Dryden & Flaugher, of Manchester,
for 10 cents a pound.
Lecture at Aberdeen.
There will bo a lecturo at the Methodist
church, in Abordeon, this evening at
halfjpast seven o'clock,by Mr. Rathbone,
of Washington, D. 0., Past Supremo
Chancellor of tho Grand Lodge of
Knights of Pythias. Tho subject will bo
Two largo and handsome stables, more
commodious than any of those destroyed
by lire recently, aro to bo put up at tho
Fair Grounds, work on thora beginning
this morning. Tho two buildings will
coat $1,8(55, and will bo built by Messrs.
Lano & Warrick.
Mil Jno. A. Bkan, of this county thinks
ho has been fortunato enough to discover
on his farm load and possibly silver ore.
Ho proposes at any rato to open a mine
and offers one-half of whatever may bo
developed to any person who will furnish
tho capital to work it.
WfTU tho exception of our yearly subscribers
tho accounts of all who tako tho
Daily Bullbtin will hereafter be considered
duo overy week. Wo therefor
request that our readers will mako it
convenient to pay tho amount duo to
tho carriers every Saturday afternoon
whoa they call to deliver tho paper.
Mb. A, B. Gukbnwood, of tho firm of
A. B. Greenwood & Son, tho well known
painters left for Charleston, W. Va., last
Thursday ovoning to mako a bid for tho
painting of tho Custom House, Poatofllco,
Revenue office and other publ'o buildings
ntthat place. Tho fact that Mr. Greenwood
was sent for speaks w M of the
reputation of Mayaville artbai j abroad.
TO OUR FRIENDS.
Wo send out to our readers to-day tho
Daily Bulletin in an enlarged form and
with a considerable partof its space filled
with the latest and most interesting telegraphic
news. The market reports are
from thoroughly reliable sources and embrace
the latest information on that subject
it has been possible to obtain. These
reports will be worth to tho farming and
trading community a great many times
the cost of tho paper in tho course of the
year. We therefore hope to largely increase
the circulation of tho Bullbtin in
tho country and among those who areto
bo benefitted by the information wo shall
print every day. Wo begin with six-hundred
subscribers which embrace the
best people in the.city and county, and
this number will certainly bo largely added
to as time goes by. Distributing as we
do each week in tho homes of Maysvillo
and tho county thirty-six hundred copies
of the Daily Bulletin, with a certainty
enlarging tho number, it is hardly
necessary to speak of its value as a medium
for advertisements. The advantage
tho Bulletin has in that respect is apparent
to all. And while this advantage
is on the side of tho Bulletin, its rates
for advertisingare at the same time the
In the matterof gathering and presenting
in a readablo form tho local news of
the city and county, tho Bulletin will
bo found as alert and enterprisingasany,
and whatever happens that is worth
knowing will be found in its columns. In
the enterprise in which wo have engaged
we ask the sympathy and aid and comfort
of tho goodpeoplo of Maysvillo and
of this and tho neighboring counties and
wherever tho Bulletin finds a reader.
James S. Armstrong.
The following notice of tho late James
Armstrong is from tho Cincinnati Enquirer:
Hrlof mention has been made of tho death
In Paris, France. u few days ago, of James B.
Armstrong a wealthy American, who hud
resided In that city for many years. Hut few
Cluclnnntlans recognized In him a prominent
banker of this clly of forty years ago. James
S. Armstrong was horn In Maysvillo. Ky.,
eighty-three years ago and came to this city
when qulto young, There la no ouo now living
hero who can tell much of his earlier
days, and but little Is known of hts sube
(tient career, beyond the faet ho was the
second President of tho Commercial Hank,
succeeding Kobert Iluohannn, shortly after
tho bank referred to succeeded the old United
States Hank. Hero and abroad Mr. Arm
strong wits romarknbly fortunate, and had In
181.1 accumulated what then was a vast estate
and which has proportionately Increased la
value since. Iu 1S13 ho retired from business,
and leaving his real estate la tho care of
William Miller, who had been Ids couUden
tint clerk lor years, he romoved to Paris,
whero he lived in elegant style until his death
entertaining his friends from this city when
ever they had occasion to visit tho French
Capital. Mr. Araistroag was a widower ami
had, It H understood, no children. Ill- nearest
relative living, as far as Is known, Is Frank
W. Armstrong, a half brother, residing In
Hlllsboro, Ohio, and who, since Mr. Miller'
departure from this country, has had charge
oi the Interests of thoestate In this city.
Mr. Frank W. Armstrong is not the
only or tho nearest Wood relatives of the
deceased. Ho has two full sisters living,
Mrs. Richard Henry Leo, of Maryland,
and Mrs. U. G. Dohyns, of this city,
Mrs.. A. A. Mannon, of Maysvillo, also is
a half sister.
Tho young ladies of Maysvillo have
decided to present nt tho Opera House
next Friday evening tho 30th inst., an entertainment
that promises to he of the
larest interest and is in reality three separate
eutortertainments in one. There will
bo an Old Folks Concert; a concert by tho
well known and popular "Smith Family,"
and tho " Sleeping Car Farce" by a troupe
of moro than ordinarily gifted amateurs.
If you should miss witnessing all this,
you will bo sure afterwards to stamp
yoursolf as wanting in appreciation of a
most highly refined and at tho same timo
a most amu8ingentertaimont. Tho price
for reserved seats is 75 cents and the general
admission CO conts.
Another attempt was made last Saturday
night to wreck tho train duo in this
city that evening. Three pieces of iron
were placed on tho track near Myers'
Station, but by good luck they were
by a laborer who romoved
them beforo the train arrived. Two efforts
to wreck trains woro made last week
on tho Louisville and Nashville division,
two miles from Lexington. This kind of
work is getting to lo very common
and stringent measures will bo required
to put it at an end. Wehn caught
in tho act the perpetrators of such outrages
as tfieso should promptly dangle at ropo's
Point About PcopI o ere and Else-
Mrs. O. M. Dodson, we regret to announce,
is very ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Aiken, of Pittsburg,
aro tho guests of Robert Bissett.
Mr, Brainnard T. Smith, of Cincinnati,
spent Sunday with his friends in this
Hon. E. C. Fluster will leave this afternoon
to attend Circuit Court at Carlisle.
Mrs. Imogene Ficklin is visiting her
brother Mr. W. P. McLaughlin, at Covington.
Miss Mary Leverman, of Georgetown.
Ohio, is tho guest of tho Misses Greenwood,
of this city.
Tho many friends of Mr. John J. Mulling
will bo pleased to learn that he is
much better this morning.
Rev. J. G. Hunter, of Georgetown, has
been invited to take charge of the Presbyterian
Church at Frankfort.
Tho latest news received from Winchester,
Ohio, of Mrs. Joseph Varian's
condition, is that she is better.
Mrs. James Williams, of Orangeburg,
is sick and not expected to live. She i3 a
daughter of Mr. James Curtis.
Mr. Charles Wilson an aged and respected
citizen of Wilson Bottom died last
week after a painful illness.
Uncle Lewis Tolle, of the Orangeburg
neighborhood, now in his ninetyeighth
year is very sick and not expected to live.
He is probably tho oldest man in the
Mrs. Calvert, better known as "Aunt
Katie" who lives in the neighborhood of
Mt. Gilead, is dangerously sick. She is the
widow of the late Allison Calvert, and o
woman much beloved by her many
Mrs. and Mrs. George Fleminp.of Kast
Maysville, on Friday ovoning last entertained
a large number of their friends
the occasion being the celebration oflellallti The loss amounted to about $;-
thoir woolen wedding The
passed very pleasantly and will long be
remembered by those who were
nte enomrn to 00 present. 1 ue iumnwng
is u list ot tho guts received :
Mr. Levi Plomluis two dresses.
Mrs. Jacob Miller pair of linen loweK
Mrs, John of llnn toweis.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D.iultou cake statu!.
Mrs. Levi Fleming two calces.
Mr. Thomas Hnvcopulr of linen towels.
Mrs. Win. McUhuiahan fancy basket.
Mrs. A. Jaznl cream pitcher,
Mrs. Win. Wills-yarn.
Mrs H. J. Daugherly ono dies.
Miss Grace bowl.
Mrs. Ann Williams 0110
MNsarah Frouian fruit howl.
Mrs. K11.JI O.tu'Mm pair linen towels and
Miss Lottie Owens honey stand .
Mr. Wm. Davis-duster.
Miss Xannlo Conrad p ilr of 1iom
Mr. and Mrs. U. pickle
Miss SalHe Dumhorty silk lamp mat.
Mrs. Georuo Danlton cotton.
Mr. Wm. Htalleup uhlun lea pot.
Mrs. JonnUiawloid shawl.
MNs Marv WhlttlmUon cream pitcher.
Miss Julia DunuluKton Gingham.
Mr. ami Mrs. William of linen
Mr. and Airs. G. V. cako
Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Mrs. U. Daulton setof cups and saucers.
Mrs. it, Kvaus cotton.
Master Hubert Lane handkerchief
Mr. James pair of hose.
Mr. W, B. Dawson pey.
M r. Taylor backet.
Miss Harriet Johnson, colored two pans
Thomas Hohlnson pair of socks.
Mr. and Mrs. K. II.
M r. Wm. Conrad dress.
Mr. Lewis pair of hose.
Mr, John Cobb uluss candlestick.
Mr. Daniel Sheafer Klas candlotick.
Mr. A. L. Franklin cako pan aud tea-pot.
Mr. Wm. and Hlinon
Miss Mary Fowler Majolica cako dish.
Miss Emma ICute
Mrs. A. II.
Miss LIsssle Conrad-dress.
Mrs. Mary Holliday-two pair ot How,
Mrs, Mary Htuwart haulc aud hose.
Mrs.Carno Davis handkerchlof.
Mr. Wallliifcford shawl.
Mrs. Kt Maddox-two pair of hose,
Miss Luttlo Dawson palrtcloves.
Miss Kmma HollUUy llannol.
Mr. H. D. Hto wart two books,
Miss May Kshoin, toweling.
Mrs. Asher Uoyce, pair hose.
Misses Haltle Naden and Hurtle Rudy, majolica
Mr. Chas. Davis, silk handkerchlof.
Mrs. MollleSheppord, trultstaud.
Mrs. Trlplett, lace,
Mrs, Luclnda Crawford, llannol.
Mrs. Belle Kdglngton. dress.
Miss Anna Froinau, fruit stand.
Miss Ida Htallcup. pair hose.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L.Tudor, majolica pickle
Miss Fannlo WhltUngton, Riigar bowl.
Miss Hello Clark, pair gloves.
Miss Julia Smith, pair Hobo.
Miss Jenule Vazel, pair hose.
Mr. John Fleming, pair towels.
Miss Bettlo Chirk, yarn.
Mrs. John Dlllmau, calico.
Mlsti Annie Austin, pair hose.
Mr. Wm. Holiday, box cigars.
Uait. J. W, Fiiosts' now boat, nt Ports
mouth, is receiving hor machinery and
will bo ready to run by the first of April.
If there Is anybody ao thick headed as
to believe newspaper men aro not on tho
high toad to fortune ho is referred to
Oharlcs A. Dana, of tho Now York Sun,
who has just bought with his spare
chango a Iioubo worth $150,000, They
all do it at ono timo or another,
Mr. J. M. Haiiiieson's roMdence, at
Augusta, was slightly damaged by fire
Ox Mondays there will, of course, he
no market report. It will be printed
during each weok beginning Tuesday.
I.v addition to the improvements In
the Bulletin to bo noticed to-day, we
nre pleased to announce that there will
be others to follow very soon.
Am. the steamboats are now enforcing
the law which forbids passengers visiting
tho pilot house while the boat is under
way. A notice to thut effect has been
conspicuously posted on all the steamers.
Tiik Cincinnati and Pittsburg lino of
steamers do not now land atltipley unless
hailed, on account of the high wharfage
charged there. Tho Ripley freight is put
ofr at this city and sent to its destination
by the Morning Mail. Our Ripley friends
seem to ho cutting oil their noses to spite
Charles Rnmsey, who was arrested
near Ripley last week and brought to
Maysvillo to answer the charge of robbery,
was examined before the Mayor
Friday and promptly discharged, It
seems that ho was sleeping on one of the
coal boats with Ilcka Ramsey, who next
day missed from his pocket Si 1.90. Tho
evidence showed that there was no just
ground for belit ving that Clnrles Ramsey
was in any way connected with the
disappearance of the money.
Tire at Washington.
Sunduv morning between ouo ami two
o'clock a large tobacco barn, corucrib and
a stable on tho farm of W. II. Durrett,
near Washington were totally destroyed
hv fire. Tho barn contained about fifteen
thousand pounds of tobacco. In
addition to this about four hundred bushels
of corn, two bmrgios, a reaper and
mower, farming implements and other
pioperty were burned. The buildings
belonged to Mr, Durrett and the tobacco,
etc., to himself and Mr. Frank Berrv, a
i50l) JIMll WIR oovore( bv $0 ,400 insurance
,n ikj Loni(n iinii Liverpool and (1 lobe
j Company. The origin of the lire is not
knmvn j)Ut by some persons it is thought
to have been the work of an incendiary.
Advertisements Inserted under this head-
inline per line for each Insertion.
Thy LuntnlonV City Butter Crackers.
Fok rubber stamps of all kinds, call on
A. Soeries & Son. Prices very low.
Ik you want the best ten cent ci;;ar
made try Childs, Robinson it Co.'s Ban
Lawks, call and feee our cheap Tables
ami get bargains.
4 A. U. Glasscock A Co.
Asskts of Kquitable Life Insurance
Company, $18,000,000, a sum never
equaled by any life company in this
country in twenty-four years.
Jos. F. Hkooick, Agent,
ltdecw Maysvillo, Ky.
Corrected dully by G. V. Gkiskl, rooer,
aecond street, Maysvillo, Ky,
Limestone S 7 25
Maysvillo Family G
Maysvillo City - 75
MaHon County - 9 '"
Kentuoky Mllla 0 LO
Uutter.Him - W30S&
KUUH.doz - 1
Aleal W peclc, .... . v
iMoias5cs, fancy. .... . ............ . 7.')
Coal Oil, V sal. 1!0
Hugar, granulated V lb 11
" A.S tt - 10
" yellow Htt,. 1. .... 1 .... 1
Hams, sugar cured "H & 15
Hacon, hrealcfast V tb. 15
Hominy, ualiou 2U
Heans fy gallon 5(j
t'olatoes V peclc 25
Cotl'ee . Walfi
To buy a pair of second hand
WANTKIl scales In good order. Apply to
mGdlw Maysville, Ky,
homo for a good girl sixteen
YV years old, to do general Housework. Ap
ply at mSd&wtf THISOFF1CK.
knocked out of prices
In wagon making. J amesM.Frazler desires
the people to know that he Is prepared to
do all kluds, or wagon work, otther ropalrlng
or new work, at reasonable prices, Forsoua do
Blrlngu good Job will please call.
JAM KB M. KKAZIBR,
ra20dAwlm Helena, Ky.
TOH walnut desk uoarlynyw
X2 cost $18, will behold for 912. Apply at
ralSdtf THIS OFFICE,
,XOB double barrollod gun with
JC 'accoutrement! Lamluatod steel; cost 846,
will no sold for 1 12. ADldv t
Lml8dtf. XHIb JKFIGK.
jiOK HA f ;! UKVr A house in Cheste
I coninlnlnuo rooms and a kitchen, garden
und heuery for a largo lot of poultry, stable
and mme for buggy Apply to
marl2dtt J A MEH JACOBS
lj"H HA of 111 acres near Prince"-JT
ton. Caldwell county, Ky, Kailrood run
through the county ifce70U, wlllexchang
lor Texas Jaad or other properly.
luttMIW M.F. MARSH,
Library Building. Mutton Street.
;OK NAI.K and lot. corner of
F Wall and story buck corner
Market and Fruut. two residences on Second,
and one on Fourth street. Apply to
VMut UAUHK1TS. WALL.
OK second hand Sphnr fc
17 Lo's.briek; 50 Matures roofing tin nearly
new: 2-5,0 ufee of nearly new lumber of differ
eat kinds. Apply to
mlOd&wtr (J. M. WILLIAMH.
? AIE-A Frame cottage of 3 rooms
IOH kitchen, , aero of ground attached,
one mile from Maysville, on the Fleming
pike Apply on the premises to
mfl MU8. MAKOAitKT OH I LPS.
One hundred acres of best land
X70KK county, with good dwelling and
flue tobacco ham. Twent acies of new land.
Situated on Fleming plko live miles Irom
Maysvlue. Apply to
ml'uKtwlm GAKKBTTS. WALL.
17OK MA I: A desirable cottage of 5 rooms,
V on Third str.et. Aberdeen, O. Tho rooms
are all on one with a nice basemont.
There 1 aa abundance of fruit-trees, a good
well of wrater la the yaid and a good stable.
Apply to UMIUKlitiRT,
mmUJi&it'lm Aberdeen, Ohio.
70K KI;M' i'wo cottage' In goood rapalr
Apply at iirtldlw THIS OFFICE.
ok for rent In the central
17 pattuf the city. Inquire at the
127 HULLKTiy OKF1CE.
NAM' Severiil of the best building
J70II In Chester. l'rlco4lr0tn$irU in weekly
or monthly payments. Apply to
M. F. MAUSII,
Library Building, Sutton Street.
OK fu;T About six acres of pioductlvo
17 tobacco laud, with a good barn and tobacco
stick .wlthpusture, Theie Is a good brlclc
huuoou the land. Apply to
iiilll&wn THW OFFICE.
Ab nit a week qgo, a plain gold
LOST a gentleman's breast pin. Tho finder
will please return muuo to tnls office and
be liberally rewarded. mKMIw
tho afternoon of Mrs.
hell's funeral. In Aberdeen, a lady's fur
capo. Keturn to Thomas Hill's slor, In Aberdeen,
or this office and receive reward. m2i:t
Tha Fino HARNESS. STALLION,
Will make the present seanon, which has com
moncedaud wlllfxpiroon the first of July, at
theMuhleoUohn H. Fields, ou tlio
and turnpike road, four and a
halt mile notth of Flemlngshurg, two mile
south ol Mt.Gilead, four miles weuot
and two miles east of Millwood, at
$10 to Insure a LIVING COLT,
$S to insure a mare In Foal. Money duo In
uh eases wlieii the mare Is removed or parted
with buioie the met Is ahcerlalned.
DESCkSPTlON ArD PEDIGREE.
KHNTITHCY (MU10F,Jr,lsn heantlfuf dark
tnntioiti) hu or brown sixteen and one-half
hands tiuh, uhieeai old this spring. Ho
waMred by the celebrated premium horse,
Kentucky Chief, he by The world drouowned
premium horse, ihlrs Indian Chief, he by
blood's Vermont Ulacklmwk (half brother to
Klhan Allen) he by HUP Hl.iekhawk, ho by
Sherman Morgan, he by Justin Morgan, the
original Moriran horse; Ko uueky Chief, Jr.'s
ditiu was by lleilair, Jr. he by Thomas liowis
IteUalr, lie by Horace Mcnlaii's Dlomede, ho
bv (Quicksilver, he b Cudet, he by Johnston's
MedieV, he by Medley, he by llnl, he by Sir
Hany IUlah.Jr,Vdiin by Black Hahbit.u
thoroughbred hoie. Kenuicky Chief's dam
was by Amerle.m.he by nn;)on'd Yorkslitre;
2nd dam by S11 Charles, he by Sir Archie;
data washy It. A.Alexander's
Importtd Kd in Foriest, hobyyoium llashaw
lie by Arahlnu liashaw; Voting llnshaw's dam
was by first Consul, second dam by Imported
Mcsstmuer, third dam by Uodclngham; Nod
Forrest's dam by Saltpetre, out of a Hlack
hak wmaie: Sherman Morgans dam by Young
Hambletoniau, by illshnp's Hamtdetoulan,
he by Imported messenger, (thoroughbred),
Mambrluo, the thorouglibred of Kugluud.
A No. I SPANISH JACK
$8 to Insure a LIVING COLT.
Wo retain a lion on all colls for the soason
money. Gieat care will be taken to prevent
accidents, but no responsibility should any
occur, umilwdm h. U. A K. W. FIELD.
The Fine Saddle and Harness Stallion,
Will stand tho present Season at my Btablo,
Two Miles wet ui Mnysllek, on the Maysllck
aud Sardis l'Jke, and will bepormlted to nerve
$10 to Insuro a Maro With FOAL.
Is a bay colt,
foaled In the spring ol 1H7J, by Chlofialn or
Calaban. His dam was Uell by Solferlno; bo
by Imported Yorkshire. Ills dam was St.
Mary by Hamlet: and Ills great dam
itomp by Laugar; Hell's dam wasKato
Corted he by American Kcllpso; he by
Old Duroo aud Imnoited Dlomede. Bolrs
grand dam washy Audallah; her great grand
dam was by Engineer; her gr. gr. gr. dam was
ROLO, Prince of Jacks,
IUnok, fifteen hinds high, meaty noso. For
length, muscle and style, he challongoa
Ho will servo mares at the above
place, ut tho low price of
$10 to Insuro a Maro With Foal.
A Hen will bo retained on all colts got by tho
ubovollorseor Jack, until the season monoy
Is paid. Mares kept on reasonable terms,
(me taken to prevent aooldeuU, but not re
sponsible should any oocur.
I J, M. PIPER,
1 March fitu.lttSJ. atfwU