TJII: DAILY BULLETIN.
FIJDAY KVE.. APIilL in. 1S83.
isa'TKHMS Kvknino Hullktix Is
pubilsheil ilaily, and served free of postage- nl
0 cent per wnek; 25 cents per mouth; 75 cents
per three months ; Sl.oOper six months, and
S3 per year, payable In advance
OUR AGENTS. -The foilowliiK poisons
jte tlieauihoiized agents for the Daii.v IJui.
i.ktjn al the places named. Contracts lor
subscilptlon or adveitlslni: nin.v bo made
Shannon m Clnrv.
Mt. Peter Myers.
J. A .IncKnn.
Feks Lkak IPirry Huruovne.
Ueismantown T. .1. Kucltley & Co.
WamiinotoN Ml-s Anna Thomas-.
.tiiiyy !' a SSL OH)
Vfit) We& kJj&O dLdt
Thonboyr number represents tho circulation,
each week ot the Daii.v and Vi:i:ki.y
llui.i.v.Tis. Advertisers are Invited to call
and assure tl emselves ol the truth of the
MHtcinent, mul tiny nieicri nested to I ear In
mind that our rues lor advertising are Hit
wwmwiwwyrfwiiw .mjiai m.li.m.MW
Le.m.vuton claims to have a population
of over 25,000. The census report of 1880
eive 1ms than 17,000.
Thk Kussell License Bill has passed
the Ohio .Senate by a strict party vote,
tho ltepublicans favoring it ami the
Democrats opposing it. An unimportant
amendment was made in the Senate in
which the House is expected to concur.
The measure takes effect from its passage.
The strike by the cigar makers of
does not promise to be of long
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tiuruuon. .vnumoeroi me lesser man-1
lifaeintf.re liovo itrrriwil in llio tnrms. Mm. I
, . , . . ., , .Sunilny iitleiiiooii Mavsvllle's mo4
jiosod una otheis, it is said, are only i nent iippoiioV weiuiepiueiitcd in full
i " Aberdeen. No doubt the Honoring i
.:.; tnr .l,,!:,,;.,, ,,,rmnciilim fmni rays
w.uin' loi .1 uennile lioin
pioposilion , ()f thoMin was suiiielunt indueeinent.
the strikers concerning the division of1 Lust Saturday evening four gentlemen tin1
ii.om,.,i ..,.'..! f, . eiemude laeieineol Miiysvlllo, tripped it olf '
the asKed for.
amount W,i, ,tKht oImmic the dnVeiion of
-- Mss Mooio's. On their return, the eliouis of
C. Dak.t, the well known vileps heard "Oft in tho stilly nibt"wasj
,,.,,. ,. '. , ,,, . I pioot of the pleasant evening they had.
Ohio Indy journalist, died at Chicago on spent.
tho 12l!iinst. At tho time of her death Mimi. vouiik ladles who weie recently ills.
. , ,.,.,.,, ousslni: I he subject, uhowuro Hie ,
Hio was m control ot the Circleville 1 1 or-1 kuuiIoiiibii of Aboiduen. a erlierlon in re-'
i - , i..,, i :. .. .! u. !:... cm I cards to beauty gave the I
nml conducted with Hie
aid, it ability. j ,,, , nr. oiPhrie. Mi. tyie Fulton, Mr. s.
wnsalso Knsros?ins Clerk of the Ohio 'i'lttt
Semite, and was a great favorite in othVial I when having her piciuro taken. that be-,.
i ,, , ,, , , wltehing smile which she thought would
(IIC108. Her death wah cuu.sed by nervous Wu-o hearts to mrther alven her
iirontratinii u llluhtllll idnt.e expicwlon all, lltr wound-
juwimiiuii. ed vanity,
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fllM - N. L 4 1. '
llilU'iacj 1)1 Kl'lllllCUy. i
Tlio Covin-ton Uominonwenlth wivs: !
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It Id not true that one-fourth ot Kentucky's
population can not write. The
population of Kentmky is 1,1548,30!); tho
nuniher that can not write 35S.U3 loss
than one-sixth of the entire population.
'Even this is deplorahle. Is there no redeeming
feature'.' Does Kentucky head
the list of illiterate States? Let us see. I
Census p..,ii..ii,. v.. ('i f,.,.,.!.!,,... i... i
10 yrs of age
nml over who can
SuUifli. not read.
Vllvllllii. llijii.llij '
Nw York Uid.iWj
rnisyi vnnln l n.ifis
The number of negroes in the
Southern States accounts in a good
for the high rate of illiteracy in
New York, Pennsylvania, nud Massachusetts
have comparatively few colored
eoj)le. In Massachusetts there are only
13,-1 10 of 10 yearri of age and upward,
while in Kentucky there aro lOO.Si':), ami
tho per cent of these that can not write
is 70.4. The reader will at once seo how
enormously this swells the nggregito illiteracy
of Kentucky. In view of tho
lecent emnicipotion of tho blacks wo do
not think the State iscensurable for .heir
illiteracy. Jt will take u generation to
overcome tho died of tho slave law prohibiting
the education of tho blacks.
5ut look a: Massachusetts. "There
sjnj stands," a.s her most distinguished
Senator suid on a ineinorablo occasion-hold
up as a model State in educational
matters, with a small negro population, a
compulsory law, heavy school taxes, costly
school-houses, and well-paid teachers,
nud yot she letums (in round numbers)
70,000 persons above ten years of ngo
who can not rend, and 011,000 who cannot
iiut let up go nlieml in promoting common
school education in Kentucky.
The Opening Game llettrocn the St.
Louis mill C'iucliiiintls.
St. Louis, April 12. Tho Chronicle says:
"As it is conceded on all sides that tho St.
Louis and Cincinnati teams of this year arc
very evenly matched, much Interest is felt
in their opening contoal, which takes placo
at Cincinnati during the first week in Aloy.
Many queries havo been made as to who is
to umpire those games, and as to whether
St. Louis Is to have a Hipiuro deal in this
direction. In roply to these questions, it
may be stated that W. II, Becannon, of
Xew York, has been selected to perform
this onerous taxk. Ho is an old ball player,
and as an umpiro he has acquirod an enviable
reputation for honesty and impartiality.
As he hails from the far East, his
feelings, if he has any, must bo neutral,
and will have no bearing on his decisions,"
Vroi'gln IJeniorrntlc .State Convention.
Atlanta, April 12. In the Democratic
State Convention yesterday twelve ballots
were taken for a candidate for Governor
without result. Tho first ballot stood:
Boynton 141, Bacon 144, McDaniol 8.1,
Cook 111, Simmons 4. The Inst, or the
seventeenth since the convention opened,
stood: Bacon 165, Boynton 118, Mc Daniel
31, Cook, 15. Every side presents an almost
solid front, and tho result can not be
Peter Cooper's 'Will.
New York, April 12. The will of Pctct
Cooper lias been filed in the Surrogate's
office. The estate amounts to nbout $2,000,-000.
About $200,000 will bo required to
meet tho apccial bequests. One hundred
thousand dollars is given to tho Cooper Institute.
The remainder goes to his relatives.
i m i
0., April 12. Governor Fostei
to-day nominated Henry A. Luskey, ol
Hamilton County, to he Commissioner ot
Statistios of Labor for two yours from April
12, and Samuel A. Baxter, of Allen County,
and Gcorgo W. )!oereilcr. of Fairfield
County, to ho Trustee of the Dayton
Asylum fur the term of livo years from
No doubt n ceitnlu blonde ws astonished.
when he saw It was a Otrmuntoivn belle he
liiul eaolivaleil liiMead ol a (larhliu: IxOle of
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imiijinuniii v- iiiimi iiiiiivu ttiiiiviilli I'
n,r tim wear and tear ot u comoosiioi's
' illl llllll IIIUU'IIIU' MlllM, .III'MUU lit"
avoided by nil iuuiiiim especially when on the
V'I: ,1 H'l"?':l1.!aumU,llf ulul caUH'HUn
Wouldn't some of the Mnvsvlllo belles,
open their eyes In anKtoiiishmeiit, could
they have seen their sweethearts engaged In
the exelMng uame ol base bull. Sunday alter-noon
on the Aberdeen pike. It was only tho
approach ol a Rev. Llvine, lliut lemiiidod
them it wns Sii da;.
I nst Saturday night at 12 o'clock the Aberdeen
orcheMora, cum in.S"d of the best
lit'ent ot the town woieout seieunilluu
nml somoof the biluht ami sparkling pieces
wie simply rnvNiing,
wutuiay neing miuii a neauiimi warm oay
Slnunoiis niediealed well water was well
tested lor Its vli tiles.
Mailuiii rumor snys Mrs. Roht. Hiookover's
musical eiiteitalliliieut, was the lecheietio
ol Ihe season. Mi's. U. dlpenses the gr ices as
a hosloss in u most winning manner.
Wo have heard a great many express tluir
legret" at Mr, T. Y. Hill's retiring Horn the
giocery business, ds accommodating man
ner won him m.iiiy irleiids C.I l.C.
Sav the Now York Sun : Tho Democrats
can secure the next 1'iesident only
by carrying some of the States that voted
for Garfield. Tho lidal wave of last fall
gave them six or eight such. They must
manage their party so as to hold onough
to meet tho emergencies of the campaign
of 18SI. On tho conduct of the majority
in the next .House of
dopend whether tho Democrats shall
go into tho next Presidential contest
strong and united.
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Mr. Charles Hubbard1, of Illinois, is
his parents in this city.
Miss Mary Jolly, of Itiploy, is the
guest of Mis Mary
Mrs. Kato Taylor; of Cincinnati, and
Mrs. Ella Cochran, of Covington, who
havo been tho guests of Mrs. S. 1$. Poyntz
will return homo to-day.
Now York Herald,
In London short hair is going out of
Tho dudo is a narrow gnu go swoll.
Fashionable colors aro and
shades of and
Parasol handles hrtvo u sorpentino
crook. Tho ribbon near tho handles is
of tho samo Bhiidoas the cover.
Enormous hats overloa 'ed with feathers
or dowers, are much utfectcd by Russian
and American ladies i Europe.
Of the Kentucky Central Railroad.
STATIONS Ex. AC.
A.M. 1. M
Lve.Maysvllle. 0 (XI 12 4 1
" Sum'ltt tl 1112 03
" Clurk's.. 0 20 1 (X)
' Alnm'IL. (I 27 l 01
" Helena. 0 3 I 15
" John'u.. 0 17 1 23
' ElU'lle 0 M 1 lid
" Ewlng... 0 58 1 ;K
' Cuwuu.. 7 M 1 :m
" IWul'y. 7 II 1 H
' Meyers.. 7 i'2 l fin
" Carlisle. 7 37 2 10
" MIl'hu'R 8 00 2ao
Air. Paris 8 25 2 63
Arr.Lex'ton 9 2.5 0 3.5
Arr.Cov'ton II 55 0 13
a.m. l. M
A.M V. M
Lvo Lex'ton 600
Lve.PurK.... 0 20 5 5.5
" Mll'b'g.. II 15 "020
" Carlisle 07 0 40
" Meyers. 22 0 57
" P.Vul'y 7 29 703
" Uowun. 7 39 7 12
" Kwlng.. 7 45 7 18
" Ellz'llo. 7 50 7 21
" .lolin'ii. 7 67 7 27
" Helena. 8 05 731
" Mars' L 8 1 7 45
" Clark's 8 23 7 .511
Hum'ltt 8 :iu 730
Vrr. Maysville 8 8 10
Connects nt Lexington with the C, A O. It.
It. lor Ashlund, HuntliiKtnn and nil points
In tho East and Southeast with the C. N. O. ,
&. T. P. It. II., for ChnttunoKU nnd the South,
with, tho L. A- N. It. It, for Franlclort unit
ttovluglon, Fleiniiigsbui'tf and round
Uup Knilronil. I
Connecting with Trains on K. C. It. R.
Leave Fi.KMiNfiSL'Unofor Johiihon blutlon: !
5:13 a. m, Clucinniitl Express. I 1
0:13 n. m. .Muysvllle Accommodation
3:25 p. m. Lexington.
7:02 p. m. Muysvillo Express.
LeaveJoiiNsoN .Station lor Fleminipunugou J
tho nnlviil of Trains on the K. C. U. R.:
0:2.1 a. m. 1:00 p. m.
0:18 .i. m. V:ri" v. in.
VniK'i'hurc, Konio. Cotiportl. .ilitni'livs
tor nul JIa.VHViMe Dully ljieKot,
UAMy HltUCE REDUKN.tiipl.
R. L. RitucK, Clerk.
I,eves VniieebuiK dally nt
!ntfln!n ... rAHM..i..i.ni(i .
jLviR I 'I It .LH,t It. . 111. 1IJ1 ... .11.1 IV I.IJ.
l'. .L.M. 1 -- ..-.-.
aZSOXSiKMmJaBEiiMU lAiVUA AUIJSVI1IO HW p. 111.
does to Ripley Mondays, Wednesdays and
Friday. Connects at Manchester with Mime
tor est Union. For freight or passage apply
Cliteliinntt, 1'orifiii'Uilli, lllix haml.v V
JOHN KYLE. President.
Lkwi.s (JLUNN, Seeietaiy and Tieasurer. ,
. nud o. it. it. PACKirs 1
Tor Huntington. J.uiiitliit. nil wn.V ,
TELEORAPII, Motid's and Thursdays 5 p. m.
FLEETWOOD, Tuesdays nud Frl lays, 5 p. in.
BttoToNA.WulnesdnyMUul Saturday.. 3 p.m.
Mall mid Way Landings
Mavsvllle, All Mall and Way Lniultiius.
SIORMNO MAIL, ilaily (Sumhiysexcepted)
Leave ('iiielnuntl l:I0a. in. Maysvlllo, I p. m.
r - "n ?1V eieigni teeeiveii on
Oil. II. t, .U JHJJIliUH.l 1 ,
J. C. Kackloy & Co.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes,
Hats Caps ant! Clothing.
Goods always what they are leccomnieiided
to be Main Street, Germantown, Ky,
P. S. MYERS,
Groceries, Hats, Caps,
Hoots and Shoes, Queeiiswnro andllardwnre.
Highest cash price paid loi grain and country
Produce. jyir.d Mt. OLIVET
WHM Ml MmMMW I
ir The following are among the leading t
Business EstahlMimeiitN of .Mavsvllle. Customers '
will llnd these houses lellableand occupying
a commanding position in their respective
r VNK A IVOUItlCK,
Contractors, Architects, Builders.
Plans nml lpclllculions furnished an reasonable
terms mid all work .satisfactorily and
done. Olllce on Third street, between
Wall nud Sutton. apUldly
'11 F. KII'l",
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY, j
OPEM AT ALL HOURS. j
Work promptly and satisfactorily done. .
Teuns reasonable. Front street, be' ween ,
MiiiketundSutton. npllOdly I
! AXLT.Y A- AMIXANKKH,
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES,
Vehicles ol all kinds, good stock and careful
ill Ivor. Horses kept by the day, or week on
reasonable terms. Second st.,,between Market
I'INOII A- CO.,
J DEALERS IN
GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP.
Cbr. Third and fiutton Street,
nichSOly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Full lino of Hurlal Robes nml all artlclos
by tho undertaking trade. Orders
piomptly attended to day or night.
inSllly A'o. 0L Knt Second Street,
No. 0, West Second Street.
Monumonts, 'J'nblets nud Ilendsiones
on Iruul. Orders by mall will iceelvo
tho same prompt attention us if delivered in
0 t a .n .ii ox,
Second street, noxt door lo Dr Martin's
nplOdly MA YSVILLE, ICY.
r W. UAL11KA1TU,
Olllce Third street, near Court Houso. Represents
L'oulsvlllo Underwriters' Kire mid
Murine company, insures ttKultistlUhtnlmr
and wind. incli281y
i S. JU1I,
ATTOItNEY AT LAW.
Ileal Kstntc unci Collecting Agency.
Court St., (npUMly) MAYSVILLE. KY.
TOIIX II. 1M)TTZ, J ll.,
Oldest nml best Companies. Insures fori
full valuo. Low rates. Losses promptly pnld. i
No discounts No delays. Olllce corner Third I
nud Market streels. nplOdly
U ' F.51AKSI1. "j
JiiMiro oT the I'encv,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. I
Will advertise and sell real estate. No charges
whatever unless u sale Is consummated.
Deeds, niorluaizes &c. written at rates as low as
any oue'.s. Olllce Library Building, Hut ton
J AS. H.SAI.I.EK, CLAItKNCE I..SALI.KK.
Sullee A- Sollee,
ATTtMl.VEYH AT J.AW
INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS, ,
Court .Street, (seplOdly) MAY8VILLE,KY I
p.Vtll. 1. AM)KltSO.,
So.il Market St., neutlyop). Central Hotel, i
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Office Open at all Hour. MAYSVILLK.AV
T lt.T. ll.. M.UITII,
Will devote his whole time to the
Hon of the natural teeth. Or. C. W. Wiudlo
will lake charge ol all the mechanical woik.
sueli as gold, siiver.coniinuousguiii.eeiiuioiu
T c. owi:s v- co.
This space has been lesorved for their ad-;
LOOK OUT FOR IT. i
tit i xr p. . iiiri'fiitf
Manufacturer of PIcturo Frames and dealer
In .Miscellaneous Goods. I
mch.'W y MAYhVILLE, KY.
OKItlSOX A- kackii:y,
.W'hnlMiiln ., .. .. ...w iiiiiI ...... rtntull ....... ! !
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. ,
SWoml Street, (mli28ly) MAYSVILI.K, KY.
"jiritS. A. .1. WILLIAMS.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will be sold CHEAP for the next thlity days. ,
Call and see them.
inchiMy A'o. '.".I, East Second Street.
r T VST A- l.OVLi:,
new shade in
JUrXJLA4hm9m2 XKSJrJLJ?K2 '
Crushed Strawberry, Electric nine, Egyptian '
etc.. and new 'I'rlnimlng.'i to mulch
Second St., mchatly MAYSVILLE, ICY
T W. SJ'VUlfS A- Itltt).,
A'o. "I, MARKET STREET.
NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS i
and Window Shades. Good Carpets at .). 3. !
li!, 43, W, (W, 3, 70, 1 and 0J cts., Sl.oo an 1 SI i".
per yiuil. mch:ildly I
vriss A'rri it: aim,
Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, i
Feathers. Trimmings etc., of the lalen.stvles. j
Prices Low. mch:ildly
pts. .n.viti' i:. tiio.iias, :
Dealer In i
Millinery and Notions,
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Announces that she ins lust received inr
!v,!!f. X!" ,L' f!!Ly .'.: '
i.i.iiiwiiiiii iimvciiu iim.i dint i tr iliu fm
vices of an itecompllshed trimmer from j
(iiunatl. One pi Ico only, ;
13 E. fcecond st., aii.lly MAYSVILLE, ICY.
Dealers In Staple and Fancy
meh3lly MAYSVILLE, KY,
No. 0, Second Street.
received dally. All seasonable goods In stock.
Pilcesns low s the lowest. iipl.Sdly
T)UK(Jr.SS A- XOI.I.V,
-Dealers In Staple nml Fancy
No. , Enterprise Illoclc. Second Street.
Jily MAYSVILLE. CY.
I UltltlSIIIXO ()OI)S niul
iPKum.MtsjusiioLoiiui. T,,e 'l !
MnrketSL, apUldly MAYSVILLE, ICY.
W. r. i.ycji,
Mnnulnctuicr of and Dealor In
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Lndles'and children's flneNhoes a specialty.
Custom work iiindetooriler. Repnlrtnunoutly
and promptly done at moderate oharges.
No. II Mnrkolsteett, East side.
r N. MINKK A IlltO,
Boots, Shoos, Leather
No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets,
jiicli.'tldly MAY.SVILLE, KY.
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
41 K. Sec, St, inchHOly JIM YSVlI.r.bKT
II ON AX'S
BOOT ND SHOE STORE.
Custom work a specialty. Large stock. All
kinds nt lowest prices. ,
No. 17, Mnrket stree'.two doors below D. A.
Richardson & Uo.'.s giocery.
aldAwly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Dealer In Staple and Fancy
i,s REMOVED from his old stand to the
hulldliiR on Second slieet lately occupied by
Charles II. Finnic. uplUdly
We will not be undersold by any linuc In
Kenluclcy or nlCliicLiiAiti, ll wo have hull a
.....i.oi.ii.. MAlSl JLLIi, J.l.
ru'Miuu: out, j it.,
Is recolvlng dally tho latost styles of
Red loom, parlor and dining room sets In
great vailety. Prices very low.
Sutton street, niSIdly UUllUIiSS 11T.OQ1'.
Sanitary Engineer, Gas and
Dealer In plumber's goods, Pumps, Hose,
Sewer Pipes, Lead and Iron Piping, Steam
and Water Gauges. No. K west Second sticet,
Opposite Golsol's glOCCIV.
w -. ,
..,.,-,,1.. r T. r
"'"'. .'l.V lfS llaljl!., IV I.
Manufacturer and dealer In hand. unHrnl
STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS,
Dates ite. Guns, Pistols, Trunks, Vallsos and
Sewing .Machines ropalied. Trumpets put up
bells hung, and Icujh made to order. Stencil
cutting a soeclaliv.
Sll Ht- l'17dlv MAYSVILLE, KY.
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Manulacturer and oilglnutor of the celebrated
Silver Dollar. Win. Hunt's Dark Horse, Han-
iiy Smoko, Throe Huautles, Cordwood and
uom 3,l,Si coim Jstreot, Maysvlllo, Ky.
tl;cporPlf1Vi0W,,',,ra,,1 ",""!? "o!lt
the I'oit, Parlor Queen and Motlior Hubbuid.
j moSie Cuticles'0 "1',"Ut, Fu" Vur,el3r f
Second street, ally M .V YS VI LLE, ICY.
p M. WII.LIA.1I8.
Contractor antl Builder
fInilH nlllI S(uclftcatlons lunMm; anA
i npuidly MAYSVILLE. KY.
T it. sol's Li:y,
Arctlitsct and Builder.
PI'iuh and SpeclllcatloiH furnished nromhtlv
o,...,L ..'. ..'".''.lif
nml mi V.u....
"!... 'i Mi:
iipllldly MAYSVILLE, ICY.
Building and Dressed Lumber,
Laths, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash,
Staves, ! end ng. Tobacco Hojjsheuds, &o.
inctifJOly MA YS VILLE, KY.
ATOSK IAIILTOX ri7lTo
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full llnoof nil kinds of vohlcles on hand
for sale, hire or oxehane. Horses kept by
day, week or month. Largest, and best
Livery Stable in the west. Prices ns
low us any. Host attention to vehicles Htoied.
tolophono connection. No. ID and 41 west
Second St., npl7dly M AY'S VILLE', KY.
BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(Successors to Coopor fc Rlssot,
Denleis in .Stoves, ItuuoH, Jlnrliloljscil
MituloN, anil uiiitiuruuturoi'M ofTlu,
Copper unit Shoot Iron Warp;
Special attention paid to tin roofllng.BUtler
niiil ai.A.ttl.i,. II....V.II....1 nlillUl 'U. 1TIIH llllll
tw W St iron "anff lead pipes
,&(J( AH worlE nno'i to promptly and
Second st aOJly MAYSVILLE, KY.
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