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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY KVFNING.MAY10, 1833.
: The Evknino Bulletin 1
published dally, and served Iree ot postage nt
0 cents per week ;2o cents nerinontii;75 cents
per thico months ; 31.50 per six months, and
S3 per year, pa able In advance.
OUR AGENTS. -The following persons
are ttioauihoilzed audits forthe Daily Bon
i.eti.v nt the places named, Contrncts for
hubscrlptlon or advertising may be mntle
Shannon Win Clary.
Mr, S. HlcRlns.
Lewishi'ug W. T. Horry.
Minkkva W. H. llawes.
Mt, Olivet Peter Myers.
Helena. It. M. Harrison.
MaysmckI. a .faclcon.
Oranoehuho It. P. Tollo.
Tuckahoe. W. L. Hollon.
Slack's P. O, M. V. Moran.
Kliwtllk W. H.Stewart.
Fakkow'k Stoke S. T. Farrow.
-Mt. Caioiel T. A. Henderson.
Fkkn Lkaf Hiirrv Burgoyno
MCKl'HYSVIl.LK. W. T. Toillllll.
(iKUMANTown T J. Kockley & Co.
Washington MM Anna Thomas.
Johnson J i'nction. Scruggs it BQ.
The above number represents the. circulation,
each week ot the Daily and Weekly
r.ULLLTiN. Advertisers are Invited to call
and assiue themselves ot the truth of the
statement, anil they aio requested to bear In
mind that our ra es for advertising are the
Tii EitE are fourteen million gallons of
whisky in the bonded warehouses in the
The oldest living States
is Judao .7. P. Kin, of Augusta, Ga.
lie was born in Barren county, Ivy.
Tar. Legislature of Massachusetts has
passed a hill which provides for a bounty
r.f one dollar a ton on beets raised for
Htjar making purposes.
Tin: Kentucky Purmaceutical Association
will meet at Lexington on the 22nd
inst. All the druggists in the State aro
urgently invited to be present.
Tin: Democrats of Lewis county at
their late convention instructed for only
cne of the candidates, Prof. H. K. Taylor,
of Yanceburg, for Superintendent of
Both Iouse of the Massachusetts Legislature
have adopted a resolution recognizing
the ability, services and integrity
of Oakes Ames, and asking for like recognition
on the part of Congress.
The State Guard encampment will bo
held his year in Frankfort beginning
Sept. 1st and ending Sept. Sept. 5th.
and the troops will take part in the cere
monies of inaunurating the new Governor.
All the various commands in the State
will be present.
The Supreme Court of the United
States has decided that a city can compel
a stieet railway company to pave and
keep in order the street between the
tracks. A company that endeavored to
defy the Washington City authorities in
regard to the matter did so at a cost of
510,000. m .
The premature publication of the civil
service rules, which President Arthur
and Cabinet had under consideration, is
regarded by the Ptesident as an net of extreme
disc-out tesy. Should it be learned
that the rules were given to the public by
one of the commission, his lesignation
will be asked for at once.
GovKit.voii Ui.ACKUintx has just returned
from a tour of inspection of the convict
camps on various lines of railway building
in the State and is very strong in his
expression of dissatisfaction with the
Hystem of convict labor. Asa consequence
of his visit he has pardoned eleven convicts
and it is said will pardon others.
Di: B. ItAxiiou'it Kkim who has been
ptit forward as a suitable head for the
civil service reform system, is shown by
the 'United States Oflicicial Register to
have been a clerk in the ofllco of the
Third Auditor of theTreasuiy, and after
a short service was dropped on account
of ineuieioncy. It is also shown by the
tecords at Washington that ho presented
and collected a false account for his
traveling expenses uliilo on duty for the
Government. It is very probable this
model reformer will bo obliged to step
down and out as other rascals have done
f i k ! a
xhk uovernmeiu in its April report i
places the condition of the Kentucky
wheat at 80, Ohio 70, Michigan 93, Indiana,
7(5, Illinois 80, Missouri 83 and
Kansas 85. The various State Departments
of Agriculture, in late reports in
which they make May estimates, place
Kentucky at 00, Ohio 50, Michigan 85,
Indiana 70, Illinois 75, Missouri 70 and
Kansas 70. These eight large winter
wheat States show a decrease of 8 per
cent, between the Government April report
and the States May report. From
these facts it hardly looks possible for
the Government to show much, if any,
improvement in the forthcoming report.
The price of beef and other fresh,
meats, has for some time been unreasonably
high, and tho meat as a general
thing, of tho poorest quality. Good beef
sells in Now York, Chicago and St. Louis
at seven cents only a pound. The Capital
Hotel, at Frankfort, supplies itself
regularly with fresh beef from Chicago.
Why cannot some enterprising man in
Maysvillo arrango for the shipment of
beef from St. Louis, Chicago or Cincinnati
to supply our peoplo? We have been
paying exorbitant prices for poor beef
Tun Louisville Evening Post is splendidly
equipped, free of debt and has a
circulation that varies between 10,000
and 15,000 dnily. It is an honest and able
journal and has won a place at the front
under circumstances that would have
discouraged many less plucky journalists.
It is destined to be a power in the State
and its influence is already sensibly felt
in several quarters.
Electric Light fur the New Capitol nt
Albany, New York.
During tho past year the initiatory
measures have been taken toward lighting
the capitol bv electricity, tho apparatus
for which has been completed in
tho dt'partments of Secretary of State
and of the Attorney General, tho room
constructed for the Court of Appeals, the
golden corridor and adjacent suite of
rooms, and the corridors of the main
floor. The maximum incandescent light is
the one adopted for the departments. I
This is a steady, clear white light, per-!
fectly natural anil eay for the eye, which I
burns in a hermelicafly sealed exhausted 1
glass bulb, entirely without combustion,
and therefoie does not consume the ox-1
ygen or in any manner vitiate tho atmosphere.
The results have been of the
most satisfactory character. The Weston
Arc light is used in the principal
corridois which has also proved entirely
The advantages derived from tho use of
the electric light are not only in the fact
that the light is steadier, clearer, more
healthful und in every way more desirable
than ga, but it is mote economical.
It is estimated from tho experience of
the past that when all the departments
of tho capitol are occupied, the cost of
lighting it by gas will not fall short of
1,000 per month. The boiler and steam
power is already in the capitol for heating
and other purposes. The introduction
of the electric lighting apparatus
will increase the running expenses of
that department but very little, so that
the expense of lighting the capitol by
electricity will be merely nominal, comparatively,
after the apparatus and fixtures
aro in place. The operation of the
electric light, so far as used in the building,
has been so 'satisfactory that tho
Commissioners would have introduced
it into tho Legislative Departments and
their suites of rooms, had it not been for
the fact that the clerks of these bodies
aro the recognized authority in charge
of the same.
In view of the economy in cost, and
the healthful and perfect character of
the light, tho subject is respectfully submitted
to your respective bodies.
Tho above is taken from the report of
tho New Capitol Commissioners, made
No Country Hills Need Apply.
Cincinnati Satuulay Night.
" I called to collect this little account,"
said a gentleman to the bookkeeper of a
former Cincinnati wholesale house.
"City bills paid on tho 10th," sententious!'
ronlied the bookkeeper.
"But this isn't a city bill, this is a
country hill," remonstrated tho collector.
" Oh, it's a country bill, is it? Well,
that settles it. We don't pay our country
bills at all."
And that did settle it, for a few days
later tho firm made an assignment and
paid nothing on the dollar.
To Buyers of Clothing.
I take this method of informing my
friends in Maysville and vicinity that I
am now with C. R. Mabley & Co. Tho
mammoth clothiers of Cincinnati. All
orders forsuits, goods &c, sent in my caro
will receive my personal attontion.
Goods will bo sent on approval to responsible
parties otherwise C. O. D.
Goods will be exchanged, if not satisfactory,
or money refunded. Fine dress
suits to hire for balls, weddings, &c.
N. B. Maush,
With C. R. Mabley & Co., Cincinnati, 0.
m 3d 2 in.
Mn.v's btraw lints, best stock in town,
nt Hunt & Doyle's. niarSldlv
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.
rpHERE 111 bo a meeting of tho Building
1 Committee at Orungeburg on Saturday,
May the 12th. 1883. for the purpose of
bids for tho building of Stone Lick Chinch
.Mason county. Ky. Specifications made
known on day above mentioned.
r The following nro among the leading
Business Establishments of Mavsvllle. Customers
Will find these houses leliablennd occupying
a commanding position hi their
A . HltOWMXi;, ML .,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OIIlco and lesldonce south-east corner of
Thlid and Sutton streets,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. ,
HE. Sec. St, mchUOly 31AYSVILLE, KY,
FINCH A CO., J
A. -DEALERS IN- J
GRAIN, FLOUR and eroou,
Cor. Third und Sutton Streets, THE BOSS
mCll30'yj MAYSVILLE, KY. jWALTHAM WATCH STORE.
AIIONAN'S I ncn(i,lUnrtors for'Jlocks, Silver Goods, Jow-
lelrvetc. All work promptly and
BOOT A.ND SHOE STORE. !!Ld!
Custom woi lea soecialty. Laige stock. All . T W. SPARKS A RRO.,
KmSSSSmwo doois below D. A. , A. 21. UdXKBTSTREBT.
RIchanNon Co.', Fftfe,. Ky. , NW CARpETS OILCLOTHS
A NOI.IN, , and Window Shades. Good Carpets at 30. ?!,
BURGESS 1 10, , 50, 00, Co, 70, "o. and iW cts., 51.00 an I Sl.l!5
Dealers In Staple and Faucy , per yard. mch31dly
(.Successors to Thomas Jackson,)
No. 3. Enterprise Block, Second Street,
apUdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Second street, next door to Dr. Martln'.s
apllklly MAYSVILLE, KY.
S.MINER A- lino,
Boots, Siloes, Leather I
.iii7 7r"vn7AVS.e. .
.,,,, i,.. mwuvittf k-v
Tll.T. II. N. SMITH,
Will devote his whole time to the
Hon of tho natural teeth. Dr. C. V. W'aidlo
Will take charge ol all tho mechanical work,
such as sold, sllver.coutluuousgum, celluloid
rjHJXEW.fc AEEEN, IU ' O MKA
' BAI(ER AND CONFECTIONER.
stoves, grates, tinware,
1 Ice cream 'and soda water. Fresh In end .. ,,,,,, , ,, ...
mantels, etc. Sole agents for tho celebrated . and cakes. Paitles and wedding-. turuUhed Full lino of UurlaVItobes and all aitle.les re-Omaha
and Lea ler stoves. Hooting and gut- i, short notice. qulied by the undertaking trade. Oiders
lei lug promptly and snttsfnctoilly done. Cor- 35 Second St., may3dly MAYSVILLE, KY. I l1,om,l)t,v attended 10 day m night,
nerof Market and Thltd A. . 1 mSOly i'o. (11, Last Second Street,
cock's old hUimi. apuuuiw
rr -" :
T.I 11. IKA.Vt.li,
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ice cieam parlors open for the season. Ah.
solutely pure candles. Fresh bread of all
klnd Furnishing weddings and parties a
specialty. 1'ilces low. muyjuiy
"PRANK R. PII1STER,
Manufacturer of Picture Frames and dealer
in .Miscellaneous uooui),
mchSO y MAYSVILLE, KY.
. Proprietor of the colebrated brands: Hold
the Foit, Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard.
iiest cigars In tho market. Full variety of
Second street, a41y MAYSVILLE, KY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Real Entnto ami
Court St., (apl2dly) MAYSVILLE. KY.
Contractor and Builder.
Plans and Specifications furnished and
all work promptly nud satisfactorily done.
Shop on socouJ street, opposite High sohool.
aplOdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
I EO. COX tf SON,
Dealers In Staplo and Fancy
mchaily MAYSVLLE, KY.
O OI.T RIOIIESON,
Dealer In Staplo and Fancy
has RRMOVED from his old stand to tho
building on Second street lately ocoupled by
Oluules II. Frank. uplydly
TTU.NT A IXIYlil!,
-Every now shade In-
Crushed Strawberry, Electrlo Blue, Egyptian
1 etc., and new Trlmmlngi to match.
! Second St., moliUUy MAYSVILLE, KY.
T C. OWENS A CO.
This spaco has been reserved for their ad
LOOK OUT FOR IT.
Daily FISH Market.
River, Loko and salt water fish. Prices reduced
this day to 8 and ID cents a pound
Market stieet, al8 MAYSVILLE, KY.
T it. souseev,
Architect and Builder.
Plans and Specifications furnished promptly
and on leasonable terms. Olllcu on Fourth
street between Market and Limestone.
upUklly MAYSVILLE, KY.
JOHN It. I'OYXTZ.JK.,
. . . , . . ,
Oldest and best Companies. Insures for i
full value. Low rates. Losses nromutly paid
No discounts No delays. Olllco coiner Thlid
and Market streets. aplfldly
7 AS. II. SALLKE, CLAKKNCK I.. 8ALI.KK. ,
Snllco A Sallce,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
' Court Street, (seplOdly) MAYSVILLE, KY
j Livery, Sale and Feed Stables
Street ilaek orders promptly attended to at
all times. Finest and latest stylo Turnouts.
Horses bought and sold on Commission. Mar-
ket St., four doors below Central Hotel. al23
I JOHN T. ri.EMIXd.
1 Represents the London and Liverpool and .
' !!i.. f JAfiii.nt tuftsin i nt Vit Viclr nml I
! PhoniV nt Hrnkivn. ' a kn n.fiinf.
Lick Water. Ortlce corner of Front and Sut-
ton streets. upllTdly
,,.,. ,,,.,, , , I
I Mnmifacturer and dealer In hand, pocket
STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS,!
Dates Ac Onus, Pistols, Trunks, Valises and
'Sowing Machines repalied. Trumpets put up
bells hung, and keys mudo to order. Stencil
cutting a specialty.
Second St., apl.dly MAiSMLLE, Ki.
y w. MAMIRA1T1I,
ATTORNEY AT EAW,
Real Estate niu! C'ollecllns: Agency.
Third stieet, near Court house,
mylOly MAYSVILLE, KY.
t am; a ivorrick,
Contractors, Architects, Builders.
IMaus andspeclflcitloiis furnished an reasonable
torins and all work satisfactorily and
iDiomotlv done. Olllco 011 Third street, he.
tween Wall and Sutton. apllldly
TITORRISON A KACKEEY,
Wholesale and Retail
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
Second Street, (mhUSly) MAYSVILLE, XV.
yjt IMS eou rowEiNU,
Latest spring styles of Hats. Bonnets, Ribbons,
Flowers and Millinery Goods generally.
Entire satisfaction uuarnuteed In all cases.
Second, opposite Opoia House, maylly
jITRS. I', R. COEMXS.
MILLINERY and DRESSfdAKlNG.
Litest styles of Hats, Bonnets, Laces and
Millinery Notions. Prlceslow. Second street,
Mrs. George Burrows' old stand. upllOdly
IfuDOUULU A IIOETON,
5,000 STANDARD PRINTS
at 5 cents Lawns from 5 conts to 15 cents.
Parasols and woolen goods in proportion, just
TISS .HATTIE OARR,
Second street, January's Ulock,
Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces,
Feathers, Trimmings otc, of the latest stvles.
Pi Ices Low. tnchSUlly
rilRNISIIINO CSOORS inul
Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises, Tho latest
spring st vies J ust received
.unmet hi., upiuuiy MAYSVILLE, KY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Justice of the l'eace,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
Will advertise and soli real estate. No charges
whatever unless a (-ale Is consummated,
Deeds, mortgages &o. written at rates as low as
any one's. Olllco Library Building, Sutton
Manufacturer and originator of the celebrated
Silver Dollar, Win. Hunt's Dark Horse, Happy
Smoke, Throe Beauties, Cordwood and
Gold Slugs. Second Stieet, Maysvlllo, Ky.
TlTItS. A. J. WIMilAHN.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will be sold CHEAP for tho next thirty days,
Call and see them.
incliSUly ivb. 20, East Second Street,
KS. 31. ARCHDEACON,
(Foimerly MIssMagglo Hasp,)
has Just received a full supply of all of tho
latest styles In Millinery Goods. Hats, Bon-
Laces. Trimmings and all scabouablo
novelties. Tho ladies aro inviicn to can.
Market stieet, al23ly MAYSVILLE.
RS. MARY E. THOMAS,
Millinery and Notions,
Announces that she lias Just recolved lior
sprint? stock, which will be found very at
tractive ana inai sno nns nisii secureu iiiu our-vices
of an accomplished trimmer from Cincinnati.
One price only.
13 E. Second St., aOdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
osi: oAUiroN a imo.,
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full Hue of all kinds of vehicles on hand
forsalo, hire or exchange. Horses kopt by
day, week or month. Largest and best appointed
Livery Stable In tho west. Prices as
iow as any. Best attention to vehicles stoicd.
Telephone connection. No. W and 42 west
Second St., aplTdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(Successors to Cooper & Blsset,
Icn1nrs In Stoves, Kances, Mnrblolzcil
Mtuitvl.ftnil iiiiuiiiliiclurers ofTin,
Copper urn'. Slivcl Iron Ware.
Special attention paid to tin rootling, gutter
and spoutlm.'. Practical plumbers, gas and
steam litters. Wrought Iron and lead pipes,
Ac. All work attended to promptly und
J3E. Second st aOJly MAYSVILLE. KY.
WENS lV RARKEEY,
N'os. 57 and 50 Second and 10 Sutton streets
"vo Just lecolved a lare stock of Improved
VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS,
tho greatest labor-saving Implement ever
lered to farmers,, Tho best tobacco hoes and
tobacco barn hard waro of all kinds. apllO
p- . anoerson,
dentist; JJ T Ij
No. 21 Market St., nearly opp. Central Hotel,
Office Open at all Hours. MA YS VILLE, KY
QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE,
Glass. Cutlery. Notions, etc No. 13 Maiket
Street, East side, botweon Second and Third,
O J. OAUOIIERTY,
No. G, West Second Street.
Monuments, Tablets and Headstones always
on hand. Orders by mall will recelvo
tiio sumo prompt attention as If delivered lu
O U. OE01IA.il,
Sanitary Engineer. Gas and
Dealer In pluinbor's goods, Pumps, Hose,
Sower Pipes, Lead and Iron Piping, Steam
and Wator Ganges. No. 8 west Second street,
opposite Gelsol's grocery,
apl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY".
'II F. K1FF,
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work promptly and satisfactorily done,
loims reasonable. Frout stieet, between
Market and Sutton. apUOdly
yHITETt ORT. "
We will not bo undersold by any house in
Kentucky or at Cincinnati, It we havohalta
iuch31dly MA YS VI L L E, KY.
TIT II. MATHEWS A CoT
and Doalors In
Building and Dressed Lumber,
Laths, Rhlnglos, blinds, Framos, Doors, Sash,
Staves, Fencing. Tobacco Hogsheads, &c.
mcn301y MAYSVILLE, KY.
Ar W. LYNCH,
Manufacturer of and Dealor In
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladles' and children's flno shoes a specialty.
Custom work mado to ordor. Repairing ueatly
and promptly done at moderate charges.
No. 41 Market steett, East side.
atly MAYSVILLE, KY.
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES.
Vehicles ol nil kinds, good stock and careful
drivers. Horsos kopt by tho day, or wook on
reasonable terms. Second st.,,botwcou Markot