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TJIK 1MILV BULLETIN.
TUKSOAY KVK.. APRIL 10, 1883.
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statement, him' they are requested to hear In
mind that our ni'us lor advertising are tilt
.p.wnill I' l .I.IIH.l u
Di'itirtcrulU' Stale Convention.
In pursuance of the resolutions of tho
State Kxeentlvc Committee, adopted at
Louisville, Ky., January 10, 1SS3, the
Democratic vutoru of Vinson county will
meet in mass convention at the courthouse
in Muysville. Ky., on Saturday,
May 3, 1SSJ!, at one o'clock p. in., for the
purpose of .selecting delegates to
tl.c county in the State Convention
to be held in Louisville, Ky.. on May 10,
liSo, at 12 m., to nominate a candidate
for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney
General, Auditor, State Treasurer,
kupcrintoiideiit of Public Instruction and
Rejrister of Land Office. On the bais of
representation Mason will be entitled
to thirteen delegates.
Oaiirkit S. Wall, Ch'n I). K. C.
J.vo. W.Ai.kwn'dku, Secretary.
iKNATonDr.i Kit's bill creatine a board
of tax conindfMoneis has pas?ed the
TiiKOflirial count of the vote at Cincinnati
shows that Stephens' majority
lor Mayor isS.LMIJ.
Tuh river is higher at Xesv Oilcans
t'.iuu was ever known before and a part of
the city is inundated.
Tin: New York Sun describes the tariff
bill which "went through" Congress at
t ie lust hour as a bill which increases
tiie cot of the negro's hoec ike and cotton
overalls, and takes the stamps oil' of bank
checks, patent nied'u inc- and tobacco.
.Tenon L.T. M x, of Nicholas county
litis been nominated by the Democrats
as a candidate- for the Legislature over
John I. Norvcll, by about seventy-five
majority. L. V. Martin, of Harrison
cjunty was nominated as the candidato
Tuk bill which has passed the
e LogMuture for the punishment of
wife boaters provides that the whipping
post shall be erected in a public place,
and tint the number of lashes to be laid
on shall boflxtid by the jury before whom
tie oH'endt'i shall be tried.
A llKi'iin.n.uN negro was sent forth
from the Navy Depaitmcnt the other day
because he refused to black the boots of a
white olllcinl. "Evidently," sayH the
Atlanta Constitution, " he is not a Southern
negto. In this climate the negro lie-publicans
have been carrying out spittoons
and blacking boots for the white
ever since the war."
Juwii! Touiiam:, of the Continent,
speaking of public tchools, says: "I dislike
to say aiiNthing against the public
peliool; but 1 see in its present development
that the best is linked with the
worst; tho growth with the decay; ami
thedeuay will ovoicome. I havo thought
tho fatheis and mothers enter too little
into tho lite of their children. A baby
is taken from its cradle and tinned over
to tho care of tho ichool master and into
a book btforo it gets over winking from
burptiso. Standing a boy on end liko a
tuusage and stuffing him full of factB is
not a vay tuimke men."
A DK.sfATCii from Frankfort, Ky., fiu:
A very important order, promising much
future vexation and litigation, and in.
volving the consideration of large sums
of money, was entered on the Order
Book of the County Court to-day by
Judge XI. A. Thomson, in tho case of the
Commonwealth, forthe county of Franklin,
vs. the Farmers' Bank and the Deposit
Bank, of this city. Under the general
tax law, and in many instances,
special clauses in their charters, the
banks pay directly to the State Auditor
a tax of fifty cents on each $100 worth of
capital stock, claiming thereby exemption
from the payment of all city and
county taxes. The matter of a tax
against corporations for county levy purposes
has never been tested before, and
to that end tho sheriff of this county reported
these banks delinquent from 1870
to 1882, inclusive. The case was flist
brought to the attention of Judge Thomson
last summer, since which time he
has been diligently examining the merits
of tho defendants' answers to the sheriffs
rule, citing them to list their property
for assessment, and in the order entered
to-day he decides that the capital stock
and all other property of these banks are
liable for taxation for countv lew
, poses. If the Court of Appeals, where it
i is the intention to carry the suit, nflirmn
this decision, it will spring a new source
of county revenue in every county in the
State, such bulks only being exempted
that have special clauses in their charters
relating to this distinctive feature of
Tun postal legislation enacted by the
last Congress is of much importance and
benefit to tho public. It provides that
on and after July 1st of the current year
postal notes, in sums of $3 and under,
may bo bad at any office on
payment of a fee of three cents. These
notes will be payable to bearer upon presentation,
within thiee months from date,
at any money order oilico in the country.
After three months they will be redeemed
at thoir face in "Washington. Another
provision of the new law provides for the
tesue of nionoy orders in a sum as large
as $100, whereas the maxim now is $30.
On and after July 1, next, fees for orders
will be as follows :
Not exceeding S10 8 routs
Fiom SHI to 316 Ill cents
Ftom Sir. to SiW 13 cents
From S.'fc) to gl I 'Jn cents
From SW to 2." cents
Sou to SfiO HUconN
From Slid to $70 3.) cents
Kioui 370 to S8II !) cents
Plow Sod to 310(1 13 cents
It is thought that there will be a very
large and widespread ue of tho postal
notes fnun tho start and that the large
number of persons who now habitually
send currency in ordinary letters will prefer
to purchase a postal note.
Ok the distinguished weather prophets
of recent vears, the ground-hog is the
only ono that has any standing to-day.
Prof. Tice subsided years ago, leaving
nothing behind but a " blizzard. lie will
long be remembered as the oriirinator of
that term or at any rate, ono of the first
to use it. Of the two Canadians, Vennor
and Wiggins nothing whatever is left.
They are a utterly squelched as old
Mother Shipton or Parson Miller. The
probable reason why the hog has come
out ahead of the other prophets is that
ho had the " gumption " not to fix upon
any particular day or days when he proposed
to havo good or bad weather, hut
said in a goneral way, in tho old almanacs
used to do : " Look out for a change
about this time." A little more
might have saved the others as it
did tho hog.
rAY.svii,i.c wns a busy plaou Monday.
'i'boro wore ninny more poisons in town
than is usual en County Court days ami
business generally was brisk ovnr town.
The First National Bank especially
ed to bo n favorite jxlaco of resort ami
much bus.ines.i was tr.insacted thero
ini,' iho day. The stock miles wore- well
attended and while thero was not much
stock on the market the bidding was
brisk and tho prices good. Mr. W. E.
Wells reports tho following sales:
1 two year old mulo 3 02 00
J two year old mules 170 00
1 eow ami calf. li OH
! th rue yoar aid sleurs 85 U)
0 two year old stecis 31100
1 hay limso 71 IK)
1 hay mare WHO
1 sorrel mine 05 00
1 old saddlo 'J 00
Tun attention of tho Democracy of tho
county is specially called to tho notice of
tho Muss Convention to bo held in this
city on May 5th, to select delegates to
tho Stuto Convention at Louisville, on
May lflth, 18S3. An entiro State ticket
will bo nominated at tho latter place,
and ns Mason Ins a largo vote, sbo should
bo represented by her leading and best
num. 'We hope for a full attendance.
Jnmes Runiell Lowell on Dynnmlte.
London, April 9. A banquet was glYen
by tho corporation of clril engineers at
Kensington. Mr. James Itussoll Lowell,
the United States Minister, was among tho
guests, and replied to the toast of " Our
visitors." In tho course of his remarks
Mr. Lowell said:
" A more important function of diplomacy
is to maintain good humor, good will, and
an understanding between nations. In tho
way wo look at certain fundamental questions,
thero is very little difference botween
tho yiows of an Englishman and thoso of
an Amorican. Though I may not venture
to allude to delicato topics, I can say that
no American, any moro than an Englishman,
boliercs that assnssinatlon is war, or
that dynamito is tho raw matorial of policy."
Merrick Will A'ot Retire.
Washington, April 9. It has been rumored
that Mr. Mcrrlok would withdraw,
at the earliest possiblo momont, from tho
prosecution of tho Star Routo caso
upon tho ground, ostensibly, that ho can
not longer neglect his private practice The
rumor was predicated upon tho belief that
tho jury would acquit, and ho docs not
wish to assume further responsibility, leaving
it to Mr. Bliss. Whon your correspondent
spoke of the report to Mr. Merrick, that
gentleman laughed and said thero was not
tho slightest bit of truth in it.
H i ii KJ lt R ii i v i
PEARL OF SUIT, '
Ilirse Unll nt St. I.ouls.
St. Louis, April 0. No less than 10,000
persons witnessed yostorday's game between
tho St. Louis club and tho Springfiolds, of
tho Northwestern League. The St. Louis
club won by a scoro of four to nothing.
Keliellor (o lie Arrnicneil
Milwackek, Wis., April 9. To-morrow
Georgo Scheller will be arraigned in the
Municipal Court upon the preliminary
chargo of arson in connection with tho
burning of the Newhnll House.
Aslird to Uesln.
Chicago, April 9. Mayor liunlson has
asked tho heads of all his Departments to
Bign, and their resignition will bo hnnded
OWE NSGHT ONLY.
WEDNESDAY, April II.'
Engagement o! the IVcrl.ss Conudlaniie,
Mupiioitt'd bv tlic .steriliiiiyoungactor,
aul a supcih eonitmny of Metropolitan artists
In Ihectlehraled ion antic play,
piodueed with be'Uitlail scenery, costumes
Admission flo and Tie. Heats on sale at Taylor's.
i? U U I n XJKJ C I ! I KJ J r,D
Tne following are among the leao'.ig
Business KstaltllshmcniK of Maysvllle. i
will find these houses lellableand
a couiiiiandlng position In their
'r i. icirr,
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work promptly ami satisfactorily done.
Teims leasouahlu Mom street, iie'ween
Maiket and Sutton apllOdly
vr axi:y a lex vxdeu,
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES.
Vehicles ot all kinds, good stock and careful
drlveis. Hordes Icopt hy Hied ly, or wcok on
rf asonahle terms. Second st.,. between Market
GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP.
Cvr. Third and Sutton Slreett,
nicliIIOly MAYSVILLE, KY.
r a, aiEAXN,
Full lino of liuilal Itohes ami all aitleles re-qui.
t.l hy tho undcrtaUiiiK trade. iJidors
piomptly altendcd to day or nlht.
lufJly No. 01, EaU Second Sit eel.
2 J, OAUHIIUKTY.
No. 0, West Second Stieet.
Monumeiits, Tablets and Headstones always
on hand. Orders by mall will iccetve
thoHamopiomplattuiitlou as If dullvcicd In
r a. u si ox,
Second street, next door to Dr. Marllu'n
r W. OAIiBUAITII,
Olllce Third strvet. near Court House.
Louisville Underwriters' Flto nnd
Murine company. Insures against llahtnlng
nnd wind. mch2SIy
1 H. JUII,
ATTOKNKY AT I,AW.
Itenl Kslulc mid Collecting Aroiic.
Court St., (npl2dly) MAYSVILLE, KY.
TOIf X II. POYMZ .1 it.,
Oldest, and best Companies. Insuies for
full value. Low rates. Losses promptly paid.
No discounts No delays. Olllco corner Third
and Market streets. nplGdly
' .lusllre of the Pence,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
I Will ndverllooiind sell real estate. No charges
I whatever tin lews a halo Is consummated. I
1 Deeds, moi twine1 &u. writ ten nt rates ns low5 as
unyono'N. Olllce Library Uulldlng, Button
AS. II. SALI.KK, CI.AKKNCK L. 8AM.KK.
Niilloe fc Sullee,
ATTORNEYS XV UXXV
I INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Court Mreet, (seplOdly) MAYSVILLE,KY
jVUJ. 1. AMKKSO.V,
iVo. 'Jl Market St. , nearly opp. Central Hotel,
Office Open at alt Hours. MA YS VILLE, KY
i m tyl3ly.il.
H.T. U. .. S.IIITII,
Will devoto his whole time to tho preservation
of tho natural teeth. Dr. C. w. Waulle
will take charge ol all the mechanical worlc.
such ns sold, sllvur.coutlnuousgum, celluloid
and rubber plates muhUldly
O.OWENS i CO.
This space lias been reserved for their iul
LOOK OUT FOR IT.
.Manufacturer of lMcturo Frames nnd dealer
iu Miscellaneous (joods.
mchSO'y MAYSVILLE, KY.
VrOUHISON it UACKI.EY,
Wholesale and Retail
booksellers and stationers.
Second Street, (mliQSly) MAYSVILLE, KY.
riLS. A. J. WILLIAMS.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattinys
Will he sold CHEAT for the next thirty days.
Call anil see them.
mcli3 ly A'o. LI), En it Second Street.
ITU.Y1' A DOVI.E,
Every new shade In
Crushed Strawberry, IClectrlc lUue, Egyptian
etc., and new Ti liiimiug', to mnleh.
Second St., mcliUlly MAYSVILLF, KY.
r W.. ST A it IiS iV into.,
M IRKET STREET.
iEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS1, 1'H.prlclor of the celebrated brands: Hold
the Fort, Tailor Queen and .Mother Huhlmnl.
,,.! W'lt.il.i,., Clttl.u fltn.l i"..M.vn.U ni l 1 :'?.
10, 1.-,, fill, W, ."), 70, 7i. and Oil cts., 1.00 an I 51.M
1 per yaid. incli.'lldly
iM I.SS MATTIK CVKK,
Second Urcet,Januury's Rlook.
Millinery Gootte Hats, Laces,
Feathers, Tilmmlngs etc., ol the latest stvles.
Ti Ices Low. mchilidly
vrits. JIAICY E. TJ(at AS,
Millinery and Notions,
Announces that cho has Just recolveil her
sprlnu stock, which will ho found very
and that shu has also seemed the services
of an accomplished trimmer from Cincinnati.
Ono pilcii only.
UK. teecond st., nOJIy MAYSVILLE, KY.
r v.o. cox a- sox,
-Denims In Staple nnd Fancy-
Jy I vJ V V7 -3- w,
nichSlly MAYSVILLE, ICY.
tvtcioum: a noirox,
No. 0, Second Street.
received dully. All seasonnblo yoods In stock.
Tilcesas low as tho lowest. apliidly
B ui;i:ss a xoiax,
Dealers Iu Staple and Fancy-
No. H. Entoriirlso Hlock, Second Street,
npl.fdly MAVSVJLLE, ICY.
jyr 4 davIn,
iviuii.smxn (ioi)iiN umi
Hats. Cans. Trunks nnd Vnllses. Tlin Infest
spriiitf stylesjult received.
Market St., nplOdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
BOOT &ND SHOE STORE,
Custom work a. specialty. Large stock. All
kinds at lowest prices.
No, 47, Market streo'.two doors bolow D. A.
Klcliiirilnoii & Co 's Kiocery.
jr W. I.YKCH,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Lndles'nnd children's fine slioes a specialty.
Custom work made to order. ItepalriiiK neatly
and promptly dono nt inodernlechnnjeN.
No. 11 Market stcett.Kast side.
p N.JII.VKKA IIRO,
Boots, Shoes, Leather
No. I, Second, cor. Mutton streets,
mch:)ldly MAYSViLLH, K
A 91. ItOGEIlN,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
MK.Scc.St. mehHOly MAYSVII.I,E KY,
Dealer in Staple and Fancy
has ItRMOVED from his old stand to tho
building on Second htreet lntely occupied hy
Charles JI. Frank. aplUdly
white & out.
Wo will not be timlcroM hv anv In
IContucky oral Clucl.iiiatl, li wo havo halt
nichSldly MAYS VILLE, KY.
TiEonca: out, j.,
Is recelvlnt? dally tho latu.L styles of
lied loom, parlor and dining room sets In
great vailety. Trices very low.
I Sutton t reel, m3ldly JiUJtU ESS Jl LOCK.
Q It. OMIIAH,
Sanitary Engineer. Gas and
Dealer In plumber's goods, Tumps, Hose,
Sower Pipes, Lead and Jion Piping, Steam
and Water UuiigeH. No. 8 west Second street,
opposite (Julbol'ii giocery.
"PlTdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
T F. ItYAX.
Manufacturer and dealer in hand, pocket
STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS,
Dates Ac. Guns, Pistols, Trunlcs, Vallsos and
Sewing Machines repaired. Trumpets put up
hells hung, and keys mado to order. Stencil
cutting u special! v.
Second Hi , aplTdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
lyiLMAM Jill XT.
Mauutacturer and oilglnator of the
1 rated brands of
Silver Dollar. Win. Hunt's Dark Horse,
Sinoke, Thioo Heautles, Coidwood and
Gold Slugs. Second Street, Maysvllle, Ky.
Uest cigars in tho market. Full variety of
Miuokeis' ui tides.
Hecond street. ally MA YSVILLE, ICY.
p M.WI I.I.I A.1IS,
Contractor and Builder.
Tlans and Specifications furnished and
all worlc promptly and satisfactorily done.
Shop on second street, opposite Illuh school.
Pllly MAYSVILLF. ICY.
r It. .SO USEE V,
Arcllitect and Builder.
Mans nnd Specification? fnniMicd nromptly
and on leasonablo terms. Olllco on Foiulh
i nuui winuuiLiiuriaii aim liimestOUO.
npHJUly MANHV1LLE, ICY.
W ..MATHi:WN A-CO.,
and Dealeis in
Building and Dressed Lumber,
Aminos, Doors. Sash,
Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, &a,
inci.Mly MAYSVILLE, KY.
XY osr. iiaum'o.v a nm
Livery and Sale Stable.
AfulllliiQofall kinds or vehicles on Hand
fprsalo, hire or oxchainje. Horses kept tiy
lay, weok or month. Largest and best ap.
poinled Llvory Stahlo In the west. Trlcos as
M'Vl"? ,wy' Hest "Itentlon to vohlclesstoted.
reloplionu connection. No. -in mid 12 west
Second St., iipl7dly MAYSVILLE, ICY.
BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(Successors to Connor A lllssot,
Oealoes In .StovoH.KiuiKTCH, .llurblelzed
Jliiiifk,aMt iiiuiiiitncf uroru ol'Tlu,
Cnr Jitit. .Sheet Iron Ware.1
Special attention paid to tin rootling, gutter
and spouting. Trnctlcal plumhors, (," anil
stoam Utters. Wrounht Iron and load pipes,
fiO. All work uttouded to promptly and
23 E. Second bt n!Mly MAYSVILLE, ICY.