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THE DALLY BULLETIN.
MONDAY KVKNING. MAY 7, 1883.
mtTkkmi : Tho Kvuntna is
published dally, and served Iree of postngo nt
Uitents per week ;'2) cents per month; 75 cents
per three months ; $l.i0 per six months, nnd
S3 per year, payable In advnnce.
OUR AGENTS. -Tho following persons
nro thenuthoilzpd agents for the Daily Hul
lktin nt tho places iinnit'il. Cqntrncts for
Kubscilptlon or advertising may be innde
Shannon Win. Clary.
ilT. S. HlgglllS.
I.kwihhuwi W. T. Uerry.
MinkkVA W. II. Huwes.
XIt. Omvkt Peter Myers.
IIelkna, It. M. Harrison.
MAYSMCK.I A Jackson.
Okancifhuiki K. P. Tolle.
Tockaiiok. W. L. Holton.
SLACKS P. (). M. V. Mnrnn.
Et.iZAVtr.r.r. W. II. Stewart.
FAKHOW'sSroHK S. T. Farrow.
M r. Cakmrl T. A. Henderson.
Fkkn Lkak liarrv Uurgoyne
Mcni'iiYSViLLK. W. T. Totnlln.
J. ICncklev & Co.
Washington MKs Anna Thomas.
Johnson Junction. Scruggs A Bio.
m MqS5 5.446.
Tlie above number represents tho circulation,
each week of tho Daily nnd Wkkkly
JlULi.irriN. Advertisers nro invited to call
and assure tin involves ol tlui tiutli of the
statement, nnd they aio requested to bear In
mind that our ru eh for advertising are the
Thk Lexington board of council hnve
contracted for ton electric liKhta to illuminate
The New York Legislature lins passed
a bill retiring ccliool teachers on lmlf pay
upon reaching tho age of seventy years.
A.v immenhe amount of building is in
prog i ess uMYushinglon. Many Government
employes at from $2,."i00 toS4,000 a
year own handsome houses in more or
less fashionable quarters, and invito the
reflection that they must be marvelously
good managers to do it.
Tiik Covington Commonwealth says:
In New York City good Western beef is
seven cents a pound. At Frankfort, in
the midst of a cattle growing country, tho
average price ia fifteen cents a pound.
Kentucky sends her best beef to the
East, and sells her worst at home for a
larger price than tho best brings in this
Tire Philadelphia Times says: It will
be remembered as an impressive fact
that the two chief witnesses to sustain
the flagrant Louisiana, electoral burglary
of were James E. Anderson and
Eliza Pinkston. Anderson was recently
killed in a Western brawl and I'inkston
has just died a convict in the Canton
Thk oflicers of tho National Board of
Health are busily engaged in transmitting
instructions, recommendations, etc.,
to the Southern health authorities i dative
to the immediate establishment of
iiuarantino sections at Southern ports.
It is thought that eight or ten days will
elapse before the refugee stations of the
board will be open for the reception of
A Nriiraska paper says: "1 lie ease
with which divorces can be obtained in
Nebraska, is scandalous. We are beating
Indiana's record in her palmiest days.
Our law on divorces requires a residence
of onlv six months in tho Statu before be
ginning suit, and the consequence is that
hundred's of men come to Nebraska every
year with no other view than to get a
h'jeret di voice in tho quickest possible
time for spot c.ish. Notices of the suit
are published in obtcuro papers, and the
defendanti, in nine cases out of ton, never
know of tho application until the decree
- ' i..i.
Owing to the fact that tho Presbyterian
Synod meets at Lexington on May loth,
the Democratic State Convention at
Louisville on tho Kith, tho Knights Templar
in Grand Commandery at Louisville
on tho 18th, and tho Spring Trotting
llaces at Maysville from the 15th to the
19th of May, the Court of Claims will
meet on May 14th and transact the usual
routine business for that day, and then
adjourn to tho LMst of May. This will
not cost the county one cent and will enable
tho members of that body and those
having business boforo it, to attend any
of tho above meetings. Wo presume that
the most of thorn will attend the Svnod.
J. G. HOLLAND'S LAST POEM.
Oh, sweet ate the scents and songs of spring,
And bravo aro tho summer flowers.
And chill ate the autumn wind.; that bilng
Tho winter's lingoilng hours.
And tho world goes loutid and round,
And the sun siiikslnto tho sea ;
Anil on or under the giound,
Tho woild cares little tor me.
Tho hawk sails over the sunny hill,
Tho brook rolls on In the shade ;
Hut tho n lends I lmvo lost. He cold nnd still
Where their sttlcken tonus weie laid,
Aud tho world goes round and round,
And the sun sinks Into the sea ;
And whether I'm "it or under the ground,
Tho world cates little lornto.
Oh life, why art thou so bt Ight a boon ?
Oh bteath, why ait thou so sweet?
Oh friend, It v can you foiget so hoou
The loved ont'S who lie at your feet.
Hut the woid goes round and loutid,
And the Mtu diopsiuto the sea ;
And whether I'm on or under the ground,
Tho world cares little for me.
Tho ways of men nro busy and bright,
Tho oyo of the woman Is kind :
It Is meet for the oyes to behold tho light,
But thr dyltu nnd dead are blind.
And tho world goes round and round,
And the sun tails Into the sea :
And whether I'm on or under the ground,
The world cares little for mo.
But If llfenwako, and will never ecaso
On tho futuio's distant shore:
And tho rose of lovo nnd Illy or peace,
Shnll bloom thero foreverinote.
Let tho world go round and round,
And tho sun sink Into tho sea;
For whether I'm on or under tho ground,
Oh, what will It matter to me,
A (Jootl Agriculture Creed.
According to tho Canada Farmer, tho
agriculturists of Canada met in convention
and adopted for themselves tho following
creed : " We believe in small
farms and thorough cultivation ; we believe
that tho soil lives to eat as well
as the owner, and ought therefore,
to bo well tnanuted; we believe in
going to the bottom of things, and, therefore,
deep ploughing, and enough of it,
nil the better if it be a subsoil plow; wo
believe in largo crops which leave the
land better than they found it, making
both tho farm and tho farmer rich at
once; we believe that every farm should
own a good farmer; wo believo that tho
fertilizer of any soil is a spirit of industry,
and enterprise and intelligence;
without these lime, gypsum and guano
would bo of litttleuse; wo believe in good
fences, good farm house good orchards,
and good children enough to gather tho
fruit; wo believe in a clean kitchen, a
neat wife in it, a clean cupboard, a clean
dairy, and a clean conscience; wo believe
that to ask a man's advice is not stooping,
but of much benefit; we believe that
to keep a place for everything, and everything
in its place, saves many a step aiid
is pretty sure to lead to good tools and to
keeping them in order; we believe that
kindness to sock, like good shelter, is
saving of fodder ; wo believe that it is a
good thing to keep an eye on experiments,
and note all, nooil and bad ; wo
believe that it is a good rule to sell grain
when it is ready; we believe in producing
the best butter and cheese, and marketing
it when it is leady."
Horn, to tho wlte of Mr. Owen McGlnley, a
son, weight iwelvo pounds.
A little child, of Mrs Mnigaret Clllt. has
been vorv sick with whooping cough but Is
now slowly Improving.
Mr. John Hrooklug has been on the sick
list fur soveinl mouths, and Is quite 111 at this
Wo hopo our school "Dads" have not forgotten,
that the Murphysvllle Nchool district,
is greatly lu need of a new school house, nnd
some of our largest tax p.tyerh, mto In lavor
of voting a tax, lor tho purpose of building
thehouse. Now, Mr. Tiusiees, glveusn show
us wo can't mote than fall.
Wo woro pleased to hnnr from our vounsj
friend" One KyoOpen," through tin columns
of the Bum.kti.n, and hope ho will still remember
Wo ugiet to announce the death of Mr. A.
Stephenson, on the V!nd. Inst He was an
houtst.hard woiklug man, a kind husband
and indulgent father. He leaves a wlte and
hlxchlldiento mount his loss.
The cold snap Is past aud It Is now warm
anddiy. Flint, has not been Injuied much
so laras wo can leant.
Fanners nro bu.y planting corn, some bo
Ingdone, nnd wishing tor tain, hut not a lloud
such as we have had soeral times last winter.
Wheat Is Improving, oats looks well,
and never looked better at this time ol
the year. Thero seems to bo a good ciop of
lings'und sheep, but beef eattlo Isscarce.
The woolen mil Is, of this place, ate now
ready nnd lu oider for tho usual Milliliter
work, under the Miporvjslon ol G. Wright,
who has had a long expetlence In the business.
Curding, spinning and weaving, will receive
ptompt attention by tho proprietor, Mr. Geo.
Wood, who is always on liana.
Ilemy Verdict Aunlitil n llnlli mid,
CillOAtio, May (J Tito jury in tin
Ciicuit Court yi'stculiiy gave a vonlict
of Sl.'t.OOO (litniapos in favor ol' Willi tin
J Cornell airaiiKst the Pennsylvania
Company. The nhintifF on Peooinhet
7 bought in Onutlij u through ticket to
New Vork over the Wabash Baltimore
& Ohio and Pennsylvania roads
Tho Pennsylvania Company, December
1, had notified tho Wabash they would
not recognize its coupons, nnd Cornell,
when a littlo cast of Philadelphia,
was violently ejected, as claimed, owing
to his refusal to pay fare.
Defying Ijnclc Nam.
New Yohic, May C The private
postal deliveries, raided Saturday, arc
again in operation. Actions have been
begun against the managers for the re
covery of penalties. The Postmaster
General was usked for further instructions.
I'olli Still LmiKtilsltlna:.
Nashville, May G. Ex-State
Treasurer Polk is still in jail, being
' unable to give the $35,000 bond
eu oy uuuo.,.'iien.
ir Tho following are among tho leading
Business Establishments of MuyHVllle.
will 11 nd these houses rellablonnd occupying
u commanding position lu their respective
a . rrowmxci, .ii. .,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Oflleo and residence south-east comer of
Third nnd Button stieets,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
41 E. Sec. St, mchUOly MA YSVILLE, KY,
A FINCH A CO.,
GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP.
Cbr. Third and Sutton Streets,
mch301y MAYSVILLE, KY.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Custom work a specialty. Largo stock. All
kinds nt lowest prices.
No. 47, Market stree ,two doors below D, A.
Itlchatdsou & Co.'s grocery.
lUdvfcwly MAYSVILLE. KY.
Dealers in Stnploaud Fancy-
No. .1. Enterprise Block. Second Street,
aplidly MAYSVILLE, KY.
p am: h ox,
Second street, uext door to Dr. Martin's
apKidly MAYSVILLE, ICY.
c N. MIX Kit A- RKO,
Boots, Shoos, Leather
No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets,
jnchMdly MAYSVILLK, KY.
TIt. T. II. . sjiriu,
Will devote his whole time lo tho preservation I ,
of the natural teeth. Dr. C. W. Watdlo (
Will takeehntueol all the mechanical work.
such asuold, sllver,coiitliiuoiisguni, celluloid
aud rubber inch3)dly
rjixi:w a Ai.Mfix,
STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE,
mantoN, etc. Solo ngonts for the celobrnted
Uinaha and Loader stoves. Hooting nud
ptomptly nnd sTtlsfactorlly done. Corner
of Maiketsind Thlid stieets. A. K. Glas
cock's old stand. npllUdlw
Vji II. TRAXKI.,
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. I
Ie cteatn parlors opeu for the senson. Absolutely
ptno candles. Fresh bread of all
Kinus luiiiusuiug weuutugs ami jiniues a
specially, l'rlces low. may Idly
TnitANK It. PH1STKK,
Manufacturer of Picture Frames and dealer
In .Miscellaneous Goods.
incltSO y MAYSVILLE, KY.
Proprietor of the celebrated brands: Hold I
the Fort, Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbatd.
Best cigars In tho markot. Full vurlety of I
Second stteet, nlly MAYSVILLE, KY.
r s. .iuii),
ATroitXKT AT LAW.
Rent Kstate mid Collecting Agency.
CouitSt., (nplSdly) MAYSVILLE. ICY.
r 31. WZI.I.IA3IS,
Contractor and Builder i
Plans and Specifications furnished nnd
nil work ptomptly and satlstactorlly done.
Shop on second street, opposite Htuh school.
npllidly MAYSVILLE, ICY.
Donlors In Stnplo and Fnttoy
inch311y MAYSVILLE, ICY.
r i:o. ort, jr.,
Solo ngont for the
Perfection BOOT Cleaner,
Which is both a door mat nnd boot scraper.
Prlcoonly 41.50. Host thing of tho kind over
mchSldly Hurgess Hlock, Sutton Street.
O OI.T RICIir.NOX,
Dealer in Staple and Fancy
has UKMOVED from his old stand to the
building on Second street lately occupied by
Charles II. Frank. aplJktly
O uxt & inYi,i:,
Every new shade lit
Crushed Strawberry, Electrlo nine, Egyptian
etc., nud new Tiimmlngi to match.
Second St., mohSUy MAYSVILLE, ICY.
T C. OWEXS A CO.
This spaco has been reserved for their
LOOK OUT FOR IT.
Daily FISH Market.
Itlvor, Lake nnd salt water fish. Prices reduced
this day to 8 and 10 cents n pound.
Mniket street, it IS MAYSVILLE, KY.
T It. SOUSM'.V,
Architect and Builder.
Plans and Specifications furnished promptly
nnd on reasonable terms. Olllcoon Fotiith
slteet between Matket anil Limestone.
npI'Jdly MAYSVILLE. KY.
TOHX II. IOYXTZ,.IH.,
, . , . , . , , ,
Oldest and best Compnnles. lustres for.
full value. Low rates. Losses promptly paid.
No discounts No delays. Olllco corner Third
aud Market streets. apludly
1 AH. 1I.SAI.LEK, CLAKKNCK L. SALT.KK.
Notice fc SnIIcc,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
' latest siyies in .Millinery uoous. nais,
, hf Trimmings and all seasonable
nnveUies. Tho ladies aro invited to call.
Market street, nlMly MAYSVILLE.
' Stock, Which Will 1)0 found Very
rnurt . (seplUUIJ) VAYRVTTT.K A r spring f'llIlt
..,,,,, Kll lln ,.isow.niiri.il the sor.
WALTHAM "WATOH STORE, i
Headquaitors forClocks, Silver Goods, Jew -
liyfrmeBecoiid st East of Market. aPi7
Jff. SVAKKS fc IIRO.,
iVo.21, MARKET STREET.
....... k . . m . -i. ..
NEW jArsrtrS U L ULU I HK i
and Window Shades. Good Cnrpeta nt3(W5.
J, 15, 5U, (JO, Do, 70, 73. and 9U cts., Sl.iW nn I SI.'Jj
per yatd. mchllldly
t,y.iii;h a car it,
Un rtxtn rj n rPlik r TnnlfCAU
!....-"." l X..V,.....-, O..V..VOW..,,
Livery, Sale and Feed Stables
Street rinck orders nroiaptly attended to at
all times. Mnest anil latest stylo Tuinouts'
Hotses bought and sold on Commission. Mar-
ket St., four doors below Oontral Hotel. a'2.i
TOIIX T. FI.K.UIXO.
Ropresonts tho London mid Liverpool nnd
(Jlobe. Get titan Ainet lean, of New York, and
Phenlx. . of Ilrooklyn. ,... Also agent . tor Hluo .. '
Lick Water. Olllco corner of Front nnd Sut-
ton stieets. apll7dly
Mnnufacturer and dealer In handt pocket
STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS
Dates itc. Guns, Pistols, Trunks, Valises and
Sewing Mnchluo'i repaired. Trumpets put up
bolls hung, aud keys mado to order. Stencil
cutting a .specialty.
Second St., ap!7dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ico cream and soda water. Fresh btead
and cakes. Paitles aud weddings lurnlshed
on short notice.
33 Second St., maySdly MAYSVILLE, ICY.
. - . 1
INSURANCE AGENT. !
street, near Court IIoie. Hop-
tesents Loulsvlllo Undorwrlters' Fire and
Mamie company. Insures against lUhtnlng
anu inn. ,
r axk a woititicit, .
Jj ' '
Contractors, Architects, Builders.'
Plans and specifications furnished nn
ouablo terms and all work satisfactorily and '
P'ontptlN done. Olllce on Thlul stteet. he-.
tween Wall and Sutton. npllidly
a ronstiNov ir 'if t.kv. '
Wholesale and Retail ,
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
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jf 1SS I.OU POWI.1XG,
a.m.avaia&.iu iui.uui.nM, ,
L.aiesi spring siyies oi tints, uonnets,
boils, Flowers and Millinery Goods generally
ruiuire saiisinciton uuarauieeu in an cases.
Second, onnoslte Onoiu House. miivllv
ATRS. l 11. C'OM.IXS,
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING.
Latest styles of Hats, Donuets, Laces and
.Miiiun'iyoiions. rricesiow. second street,
Mrs. Ueorgo Hurrows' old stand. npllCdly
llTcROUUIii: it IIOIiTOX,
5.O00 STANDARD PRINTS
at 3 cents Lawns from 5 cents to 15 cents.
Parasols and woolon goods In ptopoition.iust
VTISS 3IATTIE C'AREt,
Second Ureet, January's Mock,
Millinery Goods; Hats, Laces,
Feathers, Trimmings etc, of tho latest stvles.
I URXISIII.VO GOODS and
Hats, Caps, Tt links and Valises. Tho latest
spring styles! list received.
MurketSt., aplOdly MAYSVILLE, ICY.
M F, HARSH.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
JiiNtleo of Hie Vcnce,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
Will advortlRoaud sell real ostato. No charges
whatever unless a sale Is consummated.
Deeds, mortgages &o. written nt rates ns low as
any one's, Olllco Library Building, Suttbn
Manutaoturer and originator of tho
Silver Dollar, Win. Hunt's Dark Horse, Happy
Smoke, Tin oo Hoautles, Cordwood nud
Gold Slugs. Second Slroot, Maysville, Ky.
irKS. A. J. WIMilAMS.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will bo sold CHEAP for tho next thirty days,
Call and .see them.
nich301y iVo. 29, East Second Street.
(Formerly Miss Maggie Hasp,)
has Just received u full supply of all of tho
MAUY K. THOMAS,
Millinery and Notions,
Announces that she has Just received her
vices of an accomplished trimmer from Cin
13 E. Second si., aOJIy MAYSVILLE, ICY.
a.wi.tox a- nm.,
Livery and Sale Stable.
a full llnoof all kinds of vehicles on hand
for sale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by
day, week or month. Largest and best
pointeu iiivery amine in mo wesi. as
ownsany. Host attention to vehicles stoted.
relenhonu connection. No. II) and 12 west
'Second St., npl.dly M A.SMLLE, KY.
BISSET, NicCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(Successors to Coopor & Blsset,
on wr in sioves, riuikos, ninriiioincii
fopiier aiul Miiset Iron Ware.
Special attention paid to tin rootling, gutter
nnd spoutlii1.'. Practical plumbers, gas and
steam niters, winugni iron anu ieau pipes,
Ac. All work attended to promptly and
123 E. Second St., nOJly MAYSVILLE. ICY.
QWKXS t IIARKIiEV,
s? , , ,
N-5' and ,n Second and 10 Sutton streets.
have llldl lecelved till, stock
Just u lare ot improved
VICTOR HANfl CORN PLANTERS.
tho eteatest lniDlenient ever
feted to farm etx Tho best tobacco hoes and
tonacco Darn harawaro of all Kinds. npllG
p.llll. I). AXDKRNUX,
No. 21 Market St., nearly opp. Central Hotel,
OJJlce Open at all 1 fours. MA YS VJLLE, KY
f A; 3IKA.NS,
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F.u11 1,uo of Ibirlal Hobes and all attlcles re-
quired by the undertaking trade. Older
lnoiuptly attended to day or night.
ni3uly iXo.01, Ent Street,
0.UEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE,
uw.. rM..rv vnii .., v- nw,.i,.t
u21dUm MAYSVILLE, ICY.
n. o, west second stteet.
Monuinoiits, Tablets and Headstones always
on hand. Ciders by mall will rccelvo
the same prompt atteutlon as if dollveied iu
C R. OI.RlIA.il,
sanitary Engineer. Gns and
uenier In plumber's goods, Pumps, Hose,
ouwur j.cau ami iron I'ipiiig, steam
mul VUntnuMoimnu X-v U u "i
apl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
T. v. icirr,
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work promptly and satisfactory done.
Tetins reasonable. Front street, botweeu
Market and Sutton. upUUdly
We will not bo undersold by auv house in
Kentucky or at Cincinnati, if wo havo halt ti
nich31dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Vy II. MATHEWS .V CO.,
Manufacturers and Deulors in
Building and Dressed Lumber,
Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash,
Staves, I' encliig, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac.
i"Ch3'Jly MAYSVILLK, KY.
y W. LYNCH,
Manulactuter of and Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladles' and children's fl no shoes a. specialty.
Custom work mndotoordor. Kepalilnguoatly
and promptly done nt moderate charges.
No. 41 Market steett, East side.
"ly MAYSVILLE, ICY.
yAXCEY A ALEXANDER,
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES,
Vehicles ot nil kinds, good stock and careful
drivers. Hoisos kept by tho day, or week on
reasonable terms. Second St., botwoon Markot