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DAILY RVb NING BULLETIN.
TIIUKSDAY EVE., MARCH 20. 1&S3.
1 'viC'V' UiLLb MBAf
mtTkhmk :-Tho Kvknino Uullktin Is
published dully, ami served tree of poMnue nl
B -outs per week : li"i rents por tnonth;76 cents
nr throe months : 81.")0 ner hIx months, mid
.1 per yeur. payable In advance. .
OUR following person
are ttieuutlioiliMl intents for the Daily Hul
lktin at the places named. Contractu for
subscription or advertising niuy be inatlo
with tliem :
.shannon Win i lury.
Mt.Oi.ivkt ruler Myors.
Maysi.icic .1. A JacKson.
Kkiin I.kak Hurry Hurixoyiie.
.J. Kuckloy & Co.
Washington Mrs. Anun Thomas.
The above number represents tho circulation,
eacli wpt'le ol tlm Daily and Wekki.v
IU'i.i.ktin Advertisers are Invited to call
and a-Mire tlomselves oi the truth nl tlm
etateinoiit, anil they ate rco.ne.sted to beer In
mind that o.ir ra es for advertising aro tlw
Tin; Democrats of (Mtuk county hive
nominuU'il Thomas G. Stuart for tho
Thus far twenty-two names hnve been
mentioned as possible successors of Postmaster
Tim Million Dollar Hill was defeated
in the Ohio Senate on Tuesday by a vote
of fifteen to seventeen.
Tnit total number of acres of land in
the State listed for taxation is 25,'i:W,403,
and the value thereof is $18S),858,U5o.
Feckktaky Tiar.Kii has confirmed tho
order debarring Sam. McKee, of
, fiom further practice before tho
Department of the Interior.
Tin: Acting Secretary of tho Treasury
has decided to anticipate the payment of
tiie fifteen million dollar bond call, in installments
of five million dollars each,
beginning with April .
Tuk Slate Educational Convention is
to meet in Frankfort Thursday, April oth.
Everybody in favor of increaing the
cttional advantages of the State is cordially
invited to attend. Tho Frankfort
hotels will entertain delegates to the convention
at $!.."() per day.
A biMMicii from Wusliinyton says: In
tho event of a reiliiclion beini: imuhi in
t'ie number of Internal Revenue
PistrietH, those of Mnriettii,
and lU'll'ontniiie, in Oliio; Mays-ville,
in Kentucky, and Warsaw,
and either EvnnsvilleorTerre Haute,
in Indinuii, tire the ones that will he
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j. iiiitii ui.iin in nil a llilii'lllill'lll
political tnoveinent in tiiis State, comes
from Washington by telegraph to tho
New York Sun : "A number of tho very
best men in Kentucky, without regard to
party, have united in milium a meeting nt
the Citpital of the State, to set in motion
an independent movement for next
election. Tlm luvolt against tho
cimbiiiationH which have ho long ruled
theState is extending. The school system
if. becoming an important question. Tho
free navigation of tho rivers of the Statu
iri a oucMion of v.ist moment. The most
important :u theState, tho Green River,
was navigable by a system of locks and i
dams many years ago. Since the war tho j
Legislature has leaded out tho river and
harbor improvements to a corporation,
whoco management hnsshut out njl com- J
petition on that river to tho great
ment of tho fairest portion of Kentucky.
Last winter the Legislature tried to leaso
the Ujiiier it 1 1 Kiver Jvinjj ' '.
within tho borders i of the State and creato
another monoply, nnd inf cting even a ....
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greater injury on the Sate. Tho press of, ... . . . . . , '
ipohces against datnugo by tornadoes,
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tho State hits tnken new'1.
hold of tho f , , , . insure
movement, nnd general feeling is arising.
For Boino time party linefl have been
weakening in Kentucky. Tho large Republican
vote and tho dissatisfied portion
of the Democrats are expected to prove a
fiUong backing to tho independent movement.
Persons from Kentucky represent that
it is likely to become formidable and
bring into tho field now and able men, of
whom thero are plonty, who of late havo
been out of politics."
Tho diumincrs vote the T lor
Hotelauuly. ultlioiili It present i a som
exterior lioin the hiuI and tilclcllng tonr. A
coat of piiint would ottiice the furiows caused
by many years weeping.
It behooves 'Squire lleasly to keep on Ids
foot to a'tend to the numerous wedding
couples ui they never tuliid the weather.
Mr. Murphy, ol Georgetown, was the (most
ol Mr. Oiivkt Clieesimui, Itirst week.
A tioop of our enterprising young men nre
going lo heok thoh lorlunes In raising
Wo would'nt he sui prised to hear of one of
our popular Second street vomit? ladles stepping
ntr soon with n Mnysvllllau in seat el: of
What Is more dlfllcult to perform than to
ascend the grades win u the wind In on a ruin-paRo:
Insipid of we need a
cable attached to us to prevent our landing
Into the river.
Wo hope the young lady and gentleman,
who weie leoontly tiiKlngnslroll, with their
heads souring moon ward, weren't hurt from
their fall, orange peeling Is capable of bringing
oursuhllmcst thoughts earthward.
Some of tho young ladles who seem to he
deeply Interested In agitating the Question,
why 1k II, that the" three morry old bachelors"
uieso opposed to matrimony.
hath clmrins to sootlio the snvagc
breast," In certainly verified, by tin iirll.dle
andsuhduilng mulo leudercd byMl.iH.Mau
clii Hold lo and our popular muiclnti Mr. P.
Tho lecture delivered by Mr. Ralhbone,
was nltendcd byu largo and
" KI'ITAPU ON A COQUKITIC."
Hero lies one whbllved anddled,
And left the world unsatisfied;
Like, yet iiullko. the valiant Greek,
or whom the ancient aiinali spcul:.
She conquered every wheru and then,
Sighed lor niw woildv? o. no, new men,
If far above tlieio Is nnllhlliig,
What can she Uud at all diverting
It Issttangn thero aro so many young men,
who when they call upon young ladles, don't
know whou to go home. If they only knew
how their lurouslduratlon subject these
younR ladlci lo tedious curtain lectures,
they would tear themselves away earllei.
Occupation In life l bear llolal both physl
cally anl mentally a puijioie In Hie causes
tnoio Into tuippluess than a life ot Idleness.
Train yaurstll lo a u.ielul occupation, remember
It Is wicked to waste. I line.
To maintain an amiable, dispn' itlnn,
tlm dally Utile crosses wl I h patience and
cheerfulness. And wo will soon learn thai
trials accented In this manner, teach us a
lesson of wisdom.
Prom another correspondent.
School clones to-morrow. Miss Ululr will
Immediately oj.on a summer school.
TbeSonsof Temperance hadu baun.net last
Specr Hros. bought this weok 75.000 pounds
Several new buildings will ho put up hero
Langhorn Tabb.of your clty.passed through
here this week puichasliiR tobacco.
ri. C. Riitsniiil Enoch Berry, Jr., have returned
irom a vllt to frlond.s In .Meullte
The llrst number ol tho enlarged Daily
IIui.IiRTIN recelvod many compliments hoie.
About twenty horses pissed through here
Monday uud Tuesday. They wero
lioui'lit In Fleming county for tho Cincinnati
ami Eastern iMaikets.
Tob.ieeo ale since our last report . nonry
Climiowoth and II. MnDaulol to A. K. .Marshall,
pi tee 10'4 eonts all around. Charles
Cook to Pioetor.t Collins, prlca n cen;s fiotn
crouu t up Isaao llolluni'i mid J. N. Leo to
Collins, prlco 11 cents for all.
MIm Lulu Thompson, of Bath, is visiting
the tanilly of J. M, Alex.inder.
Tho Lowlshuti! Keadlin; Club has jiostpoued
I's mcet'iiKS until next tall.
U. It. Jokimi.
INiinls Ahniit People H etc him! Else-
Hon. John 1). White is soon to wed a
Itev. .1. K. Pace will leave for his new
homo at Batesbnrg, .South Carolina, next
Mks Cora Amiss, of Luray, Va., will
nrrive in Muysvillo this oveniiig,ou a visit
to the family of Judge Stanton.
Messrs. Holt and Wilson Kicheson went
to Cincinnati last night, to buy
for their respective, establishment?.
dipt. Bruce liedden is making a trip
on tho Virgie Lee in place of Captain
Thotnpkins, who is. temporarily absent
from his post.
Midn. Dan. Morgan, who is now attached
to tho U. S. steamer Lickawana,
is now on his way to C.ilao, Peru. Ho is
oxpeoted at lioirie on le.ivo of abionco
Mr. Edward Dillon, who has been for
sotno time past u clerk ut IT. B. Ranson's
boot and shoo storo, lias boon omployod
by J. M. Porter, one of tho leading boot
and shoe dealers of Cincinnati.
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in another is br
printed 111 UllUWlUi column, ia U'JIll 1 -M
r . ... TT , .. consohda
.tl10 rxmlsvillo Underwriters, a
Hon of several solid insurance companies.
storms and cyclones, and also to
horses, cattle and all kinds of farm property.
Tho company ho represents , has
assets which aggregato $590,480.82.
William Wormald, who has beon for
Bovoral years connected with Foropaugh's
circus, is now with Robinson's show and
this season will go to England, Australia
and 8outh America.
Money is reported to bo easier at tho
groat financial coutora,
I'lTTrtuuno, Pa., March 84. Hirer 4 feet 8
Incite and atnndaiR. - z
Wiiirttso, W. Va Maruh 23. Hirer 7 fcot
0 Indies ami stationary.
Cincinnati, March 'iA, Hirer 10 feet 8 Inolici
Lomiimi., March 28. Hirer 8 feel 4 Inehei In
canal, and 6 feet 'i iuohc in chute. Stationary.
Utansullk, March 28. Hirer li foet and fall
'Caiko, III., March 21. Rlrer 34 feet and falling.
Mrs. Laiijrtrjr and Dear Freddie.
Cleveland, March 27. Froddio
and Mrs. Lang try spent tho cntiro
day yesterday in each other's company.
Freddie was in hor rooms from 10 o'olook
antll G, and they dined together. He ooou
pied a box at the Opera-house last night,
and sent his usual quota of bouquets upon
the stage. Mrs. Lang try appears as
"Galatea," in Pygmalion and Galatea the
Crst tlmo on any stage to-night.
TIio Rednklna in Arlxonn.
Tomiisto.vk, Arizona, March 28. J. E.
lames and C. N. Thorndyko report having
ivcr twenty men killed. Thoy confirm tho
tilling of George Woodward and William
lobistndt, Indians wero seen yesterday at
bvisstlichn's, forty miloa from hero, whero
hoy will probably concentrate. They havo
let firo to the grays, nnd tho country for
alios around is in iv blaze.
Death or Jin, 5Iary Itronson.
B.u.TiMoitK, Md., March 28. Mrs. Mary
Branson, who boarded Payne, one of tha
Lincoln assassination conspirators, and
who was a prominent witness at tho trial,
is dead, aged eighty-three. Pnyno is said
to havo been engaged to her duughtor.
Oravo Kobbers Frustrated.
Indianai'OLIS, March 28. David S. Boa-ton,
a prominent moinber of the Jowish society,
died from pyemia, nnd was huried
Saturday. Suuday night an attempt way
mndo to rob tho grave, tlio ghouls being
discovered whilo at their work by tha
In answer to several inquiries we condense
directions for making an aquarium.
A tank of ten by eighteen inches
will import about twenty fish. Thco
shou'd be nearly of a si.e, and not mro
than three or four inches lonj. Lizards,
eels', tadpolos. several species ol beautiful
snails, and some kindi ot' b'vnlves.
which aro valuable us scavengers, should
not be omitted. The tank should he
filled with clean pebbles and aiiud to tho
depth of about throe inches. A few larger
stones arranged so as to form caves
and grottoes produce u pleasing effect,
and most fishes lovo such hiding-places.
Nearly all plants found growing under
water aio suitable for a tank; yot tlioy
should be sought in
streams and ponds rather than in rapid-running
brooks None but soft spring
or rain water -should be used for tilling.
It is a mistake to suppose that it is necessary
to ohango the water froquendy.
The contrary is true, as fishes can not
thrie whou subjected to frequent
changes of water In an aquarium, as
well as in lakes and ponds, the water is
ktqit pure by tho action of the plants
giOA'ing benea'h the sujiace. The tank
should s'and near a window or skylight,
and not in direct sunlight for any length
of time. If the glass becomes eoatod
with e mfervm or Siimu, it otii easily be
cleaned with a sponge fastened to a
stick. The plants and animals should
bo so selected and disposed that they
becomu mutually self-supporting and
lloiirish as well as in their native
forming a littlo world of their own.
Tiiu S.i'.vi li ii.iJ lj.
The author of the well-known son;;.
The Swot By and By," d. FHliinru
Bennett, denies in tho Uhic.ijp Inflhnlor
that ho and tho composer wore drunk
when they wrote tho words anil musiu
of that son;, as has been charged.
Neither of them wore drunk. Bonnott
was at his place of business when Web
stor, who was of a nervous and sensitive
nature and easily suscoptiblo to depression,
came in, in one of his melancholy
moods. " What's tho matter now?"
asked Bonnott. " It's no matter," lie
answered; "it will bo all right by and
by." Tho idea of tho hymn catno to
mo liko a Hash," says Bonnott, " and I
ropliod: 'Tho Sweot By and ItyP Why
would that not make a good hymn?"
AWv bo it would," ho said indifferently.
Turning to tho desk Bonnott then
wrote tho tho three vorsos of tho hymn.
14 In tho meantime, two friends, N. II.
Carswoll and S. E. Bright, had come
in," says Bonnott. I handod tho hymn
to Mr. Wobstor. As ho road it his eyes
kindled and his wholo demeanor
changed. Stopping to tho desk ho began
writing tho notes in a moment.
I'rosontly ho requested his violin, and
played the melody. In a few momonta
moro ho had tho notes for tho four parts
of tho chorus jotted down. I think it
was not ovor thirty minutes from tho
time I took my pon'to writo tho words
before tho two gentlemen boforo named,
myself and Mr. Web jtor, wero singing
the hymn, in tho saruo form in which It
afterward appoared. While singing it,
Mr. R. R. Crosby, now a resident of
Richmond, 111., carao in, nnd after
awhile, with tears in his oyos,
tho predlotlon : That' h vmn is
immortal.' I think it was sung in
shortly after, for within two wooka
almost every child on tho streets was
singing it." It was translated into several
languages, and " sung in ovory land
under the sun." -Detroit Free Vns9,
Vniirrbiirx'. ltom, Concord
and Mn.yVHIc Inllv Incl(et.
UA.VDY .HllUOK JtKDDK.N, tapt.
11. Ll. iikuck, uierit.
I.oves ancelnirc dally nt
r o'clock a.m. for Maysvlllo. ;
I.miiVi'M MiiVKVllln I '.'III n. in. 1
Goes to Hlpley Mondays. VVednesdayB and i
Friday. Connects at Manchester with stage
ror West Union. For freight or passage apply :
on board. (
Vliiclmiatl, I'oriNinonth. Ills NniHty A
l'omoroy I'ackct Company,
JOHN KYLE. President.
Lewis (Alksx. Hecrctnry and Treasurer.
O. and . R. It. PACKETS
For Huntington, I'omeroy.nud nil way
TKLEaitAPH, Mond's nnd Thursdays 5 p. m.
FLEETWOOD, Tuesdays nnd Fridays, C p. m.
lib tun A.wednesdnysaiici waiuruays. 6 p.m.
I'orismnuin.nii Aiauanu Way .unuuiugs
BONANZA, Tuesdays.Thursdayslsnt'ys, rim.
Mayavlllo. All Mall nnd Way Landings.
MOKNINO MAIL, dully (Sundays excepted)
Leave Cincinnati 4:.'i0a. m. Maysvlllo, t p. m.
Frcmnt received on
U, M. HOLLOWAY.
ORRINON A KACKliEY,
Wholesale and Retail
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
Second Street, (mh23ly) MAYSVILLE, HI'.
T W. UAI.1IUA1TH,
Ollleo Third street, near Court Home. Ite-resents
Louisville Underwriters File and (
Marine company. Insures agalustlluhtnliig
nnd wind. mch'Jtily
Manufacturer and originator of the
b) filed brands of
Sliver Dollar, Win. Hunt's Dark Horse.
ny Smoke, Tlneo Beauties, Cordwood and '
Gold Slug. Second Stieet, Maysvlllo, Ky. ,
TA8. H.SALI.KK, CI.AHENCi: W 3ALI.KU.
Nullee .fc Niilloo,
ATTOKNKYN AT I,AW
INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Court Street, (soplCdly) MAYSVII.LE, KY
vr F, MAUSII.
ATTORN KT AT Ii.lW,
JuNlloo of thn Fence,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
Will advertise and sell renl estate. No charses
whatever unless n Milo is consummated.
Deeds, &a, wilt ten nl rates as low as
any ono's. Ohice Llbiary liuildiug, Sutton
pAUI. O. ANDKRNON,
iVo. 21 Market St., newly opp. Central Hotel,
ALL of tho latest stylo colors of Casluuoro
Dress Go rds at
m'.'AUw MBS. A. J. WILLIAMS'.
J. It. DODSON. D. C. VHA7.KK.
TNTSW Firm ! Fresh Cna,l !
D01)0N & KRAKEE, successors to J. H.
Dodson. Wo ato now ollerlnir tho besi
ol I'onioroy Coal, ilollvunM to customers In
nut city or in wagons ai our yarn, wo also
Ueep constantly on hand Youuliloi;henyCo(il
tor blael;siiilth laimoses: HemICaunel and
Salt Olllce and scales Front Hi reel, between
Wall and Short. Orders left at J. H.Dodou'
gialu warehouse piomptly attendod to. !
I'UUSU.I iV niAiKK,
m'J.'l dim Coal and Leal Tobacco Dealers.
Shis t""E !
rpilE Best brand of Shirts at LOW llaures.
1 i 'nil and examine.
I n Aid lw M RS. A. J. WILLIAMS.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will bo sold CHEAP for tho next thirty dnys.
Call and see them.
inUJdlw MRS. A. J. WILLIAMS.
Tlmotliy Hlorloy'sadm'r Plauitlu". ,
vs. Notice to Creditors. I
Timothy Hlerloy's Heirs Ac. Defendants.
lu pursuance otan order In thoabovoactlon
made by the clerk In vacation, the creditors of
Timothy Hlerley. deceased, will present tholr
claims and prove samo on or boforo April 1st,
ihsj, ui my oiiico on uouri isireei, Miiysviuti,
Ky. GARRIUT S. WALL,
in'ihvilt Master Commissioner M. 0. C.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of tho Kidnoys.
TJ A8 been used with most gratifying
cess In many obstinate cases. Prof, F.
W.Clark, professor of Chomlstry at the university
of Cincinnati says this water "belongs
to the samo olass with that of tho Alleehany
Sprlims, ot Virginia," tbo medicinal virtues
of which are too well leuown tobestatod here.
Tlioso who deslro to try this famous water
ore referred to Captain (J. W. Boyd, Levanna
Ohio: Cantaln O. M. Hollowav. Cincinnati.
Ohio; .1. J.Ralpo, Clnolnnatl, Ohio. For salo i
UUil. SIJ4MONS, Proprietor,
m23dkwU Aberdeen, Ohio.
O. W. GEISEL,
W. 0,W. Second St., Opp.oporn Home,
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jc jfcs. ac .
Prultsuud VegeUibleslu season. Your patron-
n-iv lufjifiuiuuy souciletl. JI4UIV
P. H. TRAXEL,
Baker and Confectioner
JPKKSH OYNTKRS A HI'FXIAI.TT,
Tho onlv mnnufncturnr of PllitR HTinic
OANDYin Hih city. Orderator weddings and
parties riMttn n a. n.l 4-. K..2.1 1..
promptly attended to. myodly
P. S. MYERS,
Groceries, Hats, Caps.
Boots nnd Shoes, Quceimwnro and Hardware,'
Highest cash price paid fui yruln and country
Produce. Jyt&d in. OLIVET
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter.
Keeps constantly on hand Bath Tubs. Water
Closets, Wash Stands, Force nnd Lift I'unipH,
Wrought Iron and Lead PIpo.GloboAUglouud
Check valves. Stenm uud Water OaiiRes. Deal-or
In tho celebrnled Calumet brand of Sowor
and Drain Pine. Johblnu nromntlr attended
to and all work warranted. Second street, two
uoors aoovo Uto. T, Wood's. UPdSiu
PINE APPLE HAMS,
Home-made Yeast Cakes.
myOdly GEORGE I1EISER.
Manufacturer nnd Inventor of
Mado Double or Slnt;lo for mon or boys. AU
dress WILLIAM CAUDLE,
care T. K. Ball & Son,
upHdawly Maysvlllo, Ky.
jTc. Kacidey & Co.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes.
Hats Caps and Clothing.
Goods always what they aro reccommonded
to bo. Main Street, Gorinantowu, Ky.
G. A. MoCARTHEYhas removed
his Quocnswaro storo to tho build-
ing on Sutton atreot, two doors
low Second stroot. inyGdly
SPRING MILLINERY GOODS
I HAVE Just received n handomosupplyjof
Millinery Goods lor tho SpiliiK trade Stow
Bonn ats. Tint a and Neckwear
ces. nuu in nici everyiiuim oi iiieiaiestNiyies,
and beautllul to behold 1 ik1: the ladles to
call n nd examluo my stock and compare prices
mlOditwlm .MISS LOU BOWLING.
and SILVERWARE at
No. , Second Street, doors West of Market.
D AILY MARKET .
Rccolves ovory day River, Lako nnd Saltwater
Priooa tla.o XnO'VCTXSJSrP.
FARM FOR SAIE.
ADESIRAHLK iarm of ono hundred atid
twenty eight aores.wlth it resldonco,8tnblo
good tobacco barn and other buildings, situated
on tho Maysvlllo and Germantown pike,
iiiiuui, seven nines irom .Maysvilie. Apply lo
Wm. ISiuoot,ou the promises, or to
kouiywhu uAiiiiwrrs, waijIj,
J MTU EXECUTED Kji
A. SORRIES & SON,
WALKING CA1VKS, Ac.
AJ.HO.KEPAIRKRNpf Guns; Looks, Umbrellas,
wVKoys on band and Made to Order.
Htescll CuUIbs ft Specialty.
WeepHd Street, bet. Market A Llmostono
M AYS VILLE, KY