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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 18, 1883.
IlKiniiEi) lightning, "io uh fato
And 'gainst tho strings a pallor,
Was whit tho people,
All found tholr Uniito Fuller.
The way tlml pucer heat the dht,
And with tlio greatest ease,
Seemed like tlio trunk was slick as slnss,
Or coated o'er with gieao.
A w.uion factory in among tlio new enterprises
talked of nt Lexinjzton.
I Tin: attendance at the race course today
will be tho largest of the week.
Mn8sits. A. 0. Spiiaii & Co. have about
one million first-class brick for sale.
Wokkmijn' ate enyaed to-day removing
tho pavement of tho old market-house.
As this spring, thousands will
attempt to palm 'oil' laziness as tho malarial
FinsT communion and confirmation
Toils and suitings, best variety, at Hunt
You can drive a horse without reins
quite ns easy as you can push business
Tin: Lexington Transcript says thnt
Neal ami Graft hold priyor meetings
every evening in their cell.
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Our friends at Fonnan's Springs, Lewis
county, can hereafter obtain tho Daiiv
Bullktin from Mr. J. M. Hawley, who
is our agent at that place.
Messrs. Myall, Uilky & Pouteii received
a steamboat load of agricultural
implements yesterday. Their trade is
larger than ever this season.
The Vancoburg reed and braes band
arrived by the Handy, this morning, to
attend the races. They aro a fine looking
set of men and are good musicians.
The steamer Handy, with Capt. Bruce
Redden in command, will leavo tho wharf-boat
this afternoon at one o'clock for the
race track. The fare is only five cents
Tiieiik have been ton additions by confession
and baptism at the Mayslick
Christian Church in the meeting still in
progress under the preaching of Ho v. A
Raw S. B. Aldkhhon preaches nt the
Presbyterian Church, on Third street,
'i Sundav morning and evening. In the
. morning he will deliver his " Tenth anniversary
Mk. Jos. Shkkman, of Orangeburg, was
at Cincinnati, this week, and sold hiserop
of tobacco at the following prices : Fine
leaf $21. '25, red leaf SKS, lugs and trash
$10.30 and flyings $4.1)0.
Tin: meeting of the Generil Assembly
of the Presbyterian CliurcUof Kentucky,
at Lexington, on tho 17th inst., was
' tended by one hundred and fifty-two
clerical and lav delegates.
The large shipment of fruit cans to tho
interior part of the Stnto was made by
Egnew & Allen and not by A. J. Egnow
k Co., us stated. Thoy also shipped a
large lot of tin and stone ware.
You can bonofit your financial circumstances
and greatly improve your appearance
by buying one of those handsome
ready made suits at M. Davis'
clothing ompoaium on Market street.
The prices aro very low.
The steamer Queen City will leave
Maysvillo to-night at 10 o'clock for Cincinnati
and will take passengers and
stock. This boat is provided with good
accommodations and all who go by her
may rely upon being made comfortable.
The State Convention at Louisvillo, on
Thursday afternoon chose Hon. J. Proctor
Knott as the candidate for Governor
on the eleventh ballot, by nix votes over
Col. Jones. A full account of the proceedings
will be found in our telegraph
In the pools last nigiitattheCentral
in the 2.10 race Minnie R. was tho
and? sold for $10. Deck Wright
was second choice and brought $o.
as third choice for So and the field
for $2. In the 2:10 race Sothttm bold as
tho favorite bringing S10 to $',).
The Sunday night lecture at tho
Christian Church, by Rev. A. 7s. Gilbert,
will take up "The Wide-spread Sin of
Stealing," as its theme. The following
is a sjllabus of its diversions: Thefts of
commerce, of tho professions, from the
State, of tho stock and grain brokers, of
the social circle. Theso will all bo treated
in tho lecturer's usual independent
and practical manner. W. II. Tiller,
pastor of the Mayslick church, will
preach in the morning.
Rev. J. F. "Wiieelek, pastor of tho colored
Baptist Church at Murphysvillo, has
requested tho Bulletin to return his sin-cero
thanks to tho gonerous citizens of
Maysvillo for their liberal contributions,
in aid of tho new church in that placo.
He also desires us to say that tho churcli
is still in dobt to tho amount of $150
which tho congregation aro unable to
pay, and they will bo very grateful for any
further aid that may bo given. Ho will
bo in Maysvillo next wcokin tho interest
of tho church. .
Third Day A Large Crowd and
Fino Sport Tony Newell takes
the Purse In the 2:30 Trot.
Fuller Winner In tlio Free-for-all Puce
Tiini i!:l mo Secoiuls Slower
Tlinii Lit le Brown Jug, the
Fastest Pucer in the World.
The track, though a trifle dusty, wns in
excellent condition. Tho programme
opened with the 2:130 class inilo heats-three
best in five, for a purso of $800,
S400 to the first hoise, $200 to the second,
$120 to tho third and $80 to tho fourth.
There were seven entries, all started.
Tony Newoll was tho favorite, selling at
the rate of $20 to $12 for tho field.
Nannie Talbot won the pole for tho start,
with Rigolette, Willis Woods, Brown
Wilkes, Tony' Newell, ' Sanfoid Keitli
and Zulu in theorder nnnied.
after much scoring, tho were
finally sent oil", with Bnwn Wilkes in
the lead, the rest following in a bunch,
some breaking badly and falling to the
rear. At tho first quarter Wilkes still led,
with Woods, Higolette and Newell
up,Zulu and Keith several lengths behind.
Going down the back stretch Rigolette
dropped back to fifth place, Zulu sixth
and Keith out of the race. Coming into
the homo stretch, the'fiivorito gradually
closed upon Wilkes, and passing him, led
under tho wire by a length, Rigoletto,
third, the rest trailing after. Ki'ith
Time, 2.2.5$. Second heat, after
seven or eight attempts, tho horses got
ofi'in a crowd, at the Hrstquarter, Newell
led, with Wilkes and Rigolette at his
wheel, the rest several lengths in the
renr. In the second quarter, Rigolette
broke and run, lapping tho favorite,
Wilkes breaking badly and going to the
reur. Tho third quarter was passed in
indian file, Woods slowly closing upon
tho favotite. Coming down the home
stretch Newell, ,Woods and Rigolette
were neck and neck, each struggling for
tho lead. The favorite, however, was too
much for them und led under the wire
half a neck ahead of Woods, Rigolette
next. The heat, was given to Woods,
however, Newell having run a short
distance before coming under the wire.
Time, 2:201. Third heat. Wilkes led
with Woods and Newell at his wheel,
Woods soon took the lead. Newell breaking
and Wilkes dropping back, in this
order they continued till the last quarter
was reached, when Newell went forward
and led for a short distance, but again
leaving his feet, Woods went forward and
won in a jog. Time, 2:25. Fourth heat.
Horses got off easily, Zulu and Rigolette
in the rear. Newell took the lead from the
start and held it to the finish, Woods
working hard all the time. Time, 2:20.
Fifth heat, this was almost a repetition
of the last, the favorite leading from tin-start,
winning by several lengths. Time,
The second race was the
pace, for a purse of SS00, divided. Tliere
were four entries, with Fuller, Flora
Btllo and Gem to start. In tho pools
the Belle was the favorile, but Fuller had
a large number of ndmirers. First heat,
Flora Bollo led from the start, Gem
breaking badly and getting clear out of
the race before the second quarter was
passed. Fuller worked hard all the Wiy
through for the lead, but tho favorite got
tho heat by hulf a length. Time 2:10.
Second heat. Flora Belle had the advantage
by a full length in tho start, but
Fuller lapped at tho first quarter. In
second quarter tho little bay broke and
fell three lengths behind. Gaining his
feet he gradually closed up and again
lapped coming into the last quarter. The
favorite did her best und won the heat
by only half a neck. Time 2:10.
Third heat. Tho Bollo again had tl o
advantage in the start, and led till hall
through the second quarter when Fuller
went forward leaving tho favorite in the
dust. They wore both now doing their
level best, so it seemed from tho stand,
tho little black worked hard, and tho two
came down tho last quartor neck and
neck. Fuller again wont firwurd and
led under tho wire by several lengths,
amid tho shouts of his admirers. Time
2:13?. Fourth heat. Tho Bello led again
from tlio tho start till tho third quarter
was passed, Fuller left his feot in second
quarter und was several lengths in rear,
but recovering, lie went steadily forward
and lapped on coining into tlio homo
strotch. Approaching tho wiro, it was a
grand struggle between tho two, but Fuller
again won by half a length. Time
2:21 J. Fifth heat. The favorite seemed
diblieartoned but led at tho start. Fullor
went steadily forward, however, and at
first quarter left hor in tlio dust. Having
onco got tho lead the little bay held it to
tho lust and won tho heat just half a
second ahead of tho favorite. Time 2:19.
Fuller, tho winner of tho abovo race, is
a light bay horse nnd had a record heretofore
of 2:14. He was entered in this
raco by A. W. Campbell, of Texas, and
is tho property of that gontleman. In
this raco ho wins a record of 2:13, which
is just two seconds slower than Littlo
Brown Jug, tho fastest nicer in tho world.
FIRST HACK SUMMAUY.
TonyNowell 13 2 11
Willis Woods 0X125
Hrown Wilkes 2 4 8 5 2
RLuiletto 3 a 0 4 4
Zulu . 5 fl 4 3 3
Nannlo Talbot 4 5 5 0 0
Biintord Keith Distanced,
Time, 2:25r, 2:2 2:25, Z:20, 2:20.
SECOND HACK SUMMARY.
Fuller 2 2 111
Floru llolle 112 2 2
Gem. . . . a ., Dlstuuced,
Time, 2:10, 2:U 2:13,2.1, 2:10.
The room of Mr. Robert G. Lynn, at tho
Central Hotel wns entered by u thief- on
Thursday morning between five and six
o'clock and $300 and a gold watch .were
stolen. His room-mute, Mr. Cochran,
was robbed of a gold watch also. The
matter is in. tho builds of the officers, but
thus far they have been unable to obtain
any clue that promises to lead to un arrest.
Accidents will happen in all occupations
nnd situations. They will happen
whether you travel or not. Thev cost
money, valuab.lo'..tiino und even life.
Accident Insurance costs but u small
premium. It guarantees $1,000 to $10,-000
iu case of uccidental death, or n
weekly indemnity. $3,000 tickets nt 23
cents u day 30 days for$l 50 Apply to
M F. Maiisii, Agent,
Library Building, Sutton Street.
Mr. Lewis II. L un is in tho city as a
spectator of the races.
Mr. Allen Bishfird, of Paris, is in
Maysville, attending the races.
Mrs. Joseph H, Dodon, though still
very sick, is thought bo bette to-day.
Mr. Ollie Smith, of the firm of Pearce,
Duke k Smith, of Cincinnati, is iu the
Miss Emma Collins, of is
the guest of Miss Nannie Conrad, of East
Mr. B. A. St. Charles, Mo.,
is visiting his son iu this city, Rev. S. B.
Misses Mary Mcllvaine and Mary P.
Warder are tho guests of the Misses Burrows,
of Sutton street.
Mr. FA. Dillon, of Cincinnati, who has
bicn visiting his friends .n Maysville, returned
home on Tliursdav.
8an FnANCisco, May 17. List Fridny,
it tho railroad crimp on the bank of rbe
two stuwly dinoiplcs of Confucius
wore boasting of their ability to
swim the river, ouch that ho
could do to quicker tliun lita opponent. At
Inst they do crtuined to lest their powers,
nul so confident wcie tliey of tneir ability
that each bei tin ee dallnr.s he would win.
Tliey then swain ncms the Sacramento,
nnd cue, chilled by the cald water, concluded
to rest and warm himself; but tht
other, anxious to Incicasc hid woil 11 v store,
immediately started bftck on tho" homestretch,
but. sal to rc'ate, tho strength of
(lie almond-eyed tailed, nnd he sank lo rise
no more, when lrieuds stood upon the
bank nnd hunnhed. taking tho fatal
of the contest ns n good joke. The
other contestant, niter enjoying a iesl, re-crossed
the river and received the stakiM.
Tlio Cincinnati champions were defeated
again Wednesday by the local team, and
iu the pioscnco of li.tldO .people, ticoic,
Si. Louis, !; Cincinnati. 4.
At C!e eland the homo team defeated the
Bostons (1 to 2.
At Chicago the home team beat the New
Yorkers li to 2.
At Detroit the home team mado a score
of 11 to Philadelphia's 10.
At Philadelphia tho Athletics beat the
Daltimoies by a scoic of 10 to 4.
New Youk, May 17. Tho fourth game
in the billiard tournament was played yesterday
afternoon, anil Thomas Wallace, the
Chicago Boy," defeated Joseph Dion, the
vanquisher of Vignatix, by a score of 60"
Bkrmx, My 17. It is semi-officially
announced that the reply of Prussia to tho
last noto of the Vatican makes no refer-once
to an organic rovislon of the May
laws. It is stated that Bismarck has informed
tho friends of tho Vatican that it
will never again receive such favorable
offers from Prussia as those now under
consideration, ulid it will surely repent if
it rejects them.
Advertisements Insetted under tills heading
H)c per line for each Insertion.
Tuv Luugdou's City Uutter Crackers.
Mkn's .straw hats, best stock in town,
at Hunt & Doyle's. matSldly
Foit Sam:. Two desirable lots on the
Fleming pike. Terms reasonable. Apply
to "Wii.mam O'BitiEN.
Li.vijn and Mohair ulsters, largo lot'
also Jap parasols 15 cents each, at Hunt
Ir you wish tho whitest nnd most delightful
bread, ask your grocer for " Old
Gold Patent Flour," made by Robinson
& Co.'s Now Process Roller Mill, mlo
Madami: Haynks Riley can bo pro
fessionully consulted Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturduys at tho Hill IIouso in
this city, until tho first of September.
Missns. Bisset, McClanahan & Shea
have just received u largo stock of tho
latest styles slate und iron mantels. Prices
low. Call and seo them. mlod3twlt
Thy "Old Gold Pntent," tho finest,
whitest and most satisfactory flour ever
offered in this market. Manufactured
by Robinson & Co.'s Now Process Roller
Mr. S. B. Oldham has a now gas burner
which mtikes a wonderful saving in gas.
It gives a broad, clear flame and consumes
less gas than any other burner in
use. and can bo regulated to burn low or
high without moving tho keys on tho
fixtures. Givo thorn a trial. mlGdlw
Diamond Ring Lost.
On Tuesday, a Solitaire Diamond Ring
inscribed, "V. O. G. to J. L. C, 1881.
Mizpah, online bun tun Dei donuin." A
good reward will bo paid for its return
to Major Thos. J. Chenoweth at
& Go's, drug stoic. ml ld.'Jt
By land or at sea, out on the prairie,
or in the crowded city, Ayer's Cathartic
Pills aae the best for purgative purposes,
everywhere alike convenient, efficacious
and safe. For sluggish bowels, torpid
liver, indigestion, bad breath, ilutulency,
and sick heuduehe,thoy nre n stun remedy.
Notwithstanding much hits said
about tho importance of a
medicine, it may be possiblo that the
matter has never seriously claimed your
attention. Think of it now ! If, by tho
use of a few bottles of Aj er's Sarsapaiilhi
you avoid the evils of scrofula, and trims-mil
a healthy constitution to your
thank us for the suggestion.
lo Buyers of Clollilng.
I take this method of informing my
friends in Maysville und vicinity thnt I
am now with C. R. Mnbley it Co. The
mammoth clothiers of Cincinnati. All
orders forsuits, goods &., sent in my care
will receive my personal attention.
Goods will he sent on approval to responsible
parties otherwise C. 0. D.
Gpods will bo exchanged, if not satisfactory,
or money refunded. Fine dress
stfits to hire for balls, weddings, &c.
N. B. Maiisii,
With C. R. Mub'ley Co., Cincinnati, O.
lo the Public.
The undersigned, proprietors of tlio
Maysville Foundry, announce that they
are prepared to furnish till kinds of castings
of the best quality and on short
notice. They have employed four experienced
molders, who will give particular
attention to custom work und will
(ill all orders promptly. They aro also
preparing patterns tor "a line of cannon
heating stoves, which they expect to
manufacture in quantity and will he able
to supply to the public at the lowest
ml2 I5twlt Bm.l, Mitchei. & Co.
At AiiKUMii, Ky. to tho the wife of Mr.J.S:
n i mit. it.
Mnv 17, lts.l, hi tliul'lirlsttHii Church, this
city, Ml, i ErilE i. Itlth.EE, m ttiaeken
foiinty, Ky.. lo Mr.
t Miimiii cituniy, Ky.
At AiiKUMii, Ky.. May lo. 1881, nt tho
Chinch, by llev. hnthur Os lunh ik Mlts
MA-: FA Kit VKto Sr. FKANK UK iFF.
Corseted dully by ij JW Ukiski., urocer,
sin et, Mnsvilli, Ky.
Litnertoiie $ 7 2o
Mnv - HI- Fiuull fa as
Old Ooltl 7 in)
iason i ouuty 8 25
Kontiickx MUIn 0 CO
.nni. t m IB
Ei?s. "iuloz 15
Meal'trt peck V(J
Mol'isses. fancy 7a
Coal Oil, 13 gal l!0
Sueur iiruuuhued "tA tb II
" yellow V in 8i
Hnins.siiKar curoil 1) tb IS
Hiicon, breakfast 1)1 tt 15
Hominy. uallou 2
Henus Vtiullon I'
Potatoes V peck '2H
On Thirty Dujs'Trinl.
The Voltaic DolrCo., Mnrnhall. Mich., will
moii'I Dr.Do'a Celebrated EleclroVoltalc Holts
nnd Electric Appliances on trial for thirty
diiys to men (younu or old) who are nllllcted
'with nervous debility, lost vitality nud manhood
and kindred troubles, guaranteeing
speedy nnd complute restoration of health
unci ninnly vlKur. Address as abovo. N. 15.
No risk Is incurred, u.s thirty dujs' trial Is
position un bookkeeper or
snleMiniiu by u nmn of experience. Can-give
good reference Apply at.
naiiitf THIS OFFICE.
IOU lapd near churches on Ltiw'enct)
cieek, lor a iiouseano lot In Chester. Apply
to 'M.F. MARSH,
in 12 Llbiuiy IJulldlng, rjulton Stieet.
lr.l'ri;i makers. Good wages
) and steaily employuicnl. Apply tit
once by letter or In poison.
PEHKINH, I'AMPDCLL Je CO.
niSdAwfit WniulOI Main Si., ".Inciiiiiall. O.
FotiUecn nice dwellings. All
1 well located. Al-o, u tiiunber of building
lots lu Chester. For prices and terms. Apply
lo M. F. MARSH,
mlbdtf Library Building, Sutton street.
0 IFSA I. !; I (wNFcndsT leddlngi stu lugs',
1,1 china dishes, looking glusios and other
pioperiy. Apply to
mSdiiw FRRP. S''H T7.M vv.
,i(0. n,tui .v jiiU cuuuu g o uvi. ..,.u
Jt; utensils. Call nt Thomas Tudoi's tin stoiu
Second stieet, balween .Market and
second hand Sphur it
Co's.bilck; 50 squiiie looting tin. neirly
nuw:2o,U Ofeeiot nearly new lumber ol
kinds. Apply lo
mltJd&wtr O. M. WILLIAMS.
"70 It SAi.K A splendid limn or Via noies
I 1 situated r,t Clin k'k Station on the M.nud
L. It. R., live mllus from Maysville. Good
dwelling and out buildings, two tenant
houhOf, two huge tobacco bums, twenty live
noies ol now landt plenty or water, and on
Strodes Run turnpike. Sold etulie, or as two
fauns. Apply to Ueo. R. Humphreys ou
piemlsosorlo uARRETt'S. WALL,
a2ld&wlm Aluysville, Ky.
1.10H IlKNT Two or three rooms. Apply
Jb- to MRS. ELLEN HEIRLEV,
in lDd 1 w xiiuubireei, oppoaiio wan
itKIHT A frame house on Vino s reot,
T7011 three rooms nnd a kitcheu.
Apply to CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL.
flvo rooms to small
? family. Apply at atiodtf THIS OFFICE.
O.ST On Friday, 9. gold brucolot with
I j bangle attached and marked J. R. T. The
Under will please return to thin ottlco and bo
On Monday morning between tlio
j .First National Rank and Daulton &
llros.'H livery stable, n new flvo dollar bill.
Please leavo at tlio fiu.KTiN ofllco and bo
- ' inl5dtf
THE m INTERESTING. IS ALWAYS
Fiom morning to morning nnd fioin.week
to wtvk THE SUV pilots a continued story
of the lives of i enl men and women, uii'i of
llielrdeuds, plans, lovos, Imtos. ntnl doubles
'hi story h more interesting han a ) romance
that wat ever itcviica. Huovcrlplion : Ijaiia
(1 tumes ), hj mull, 6x'. anion in, or ear;
(8 piiKcs). st.w pei year; Wekkly
6 piigtNl, 1 iHi.iteryeiir.
1. V. UNO LAND, Puljlls'ier. N. Y. City.
I) Jt. W,H. Hooi-os, IHMitlit.
pi'LijSisr or VKr.rii $io.
aw; .ciiv'pKKTll drawn by rtPHA Y.
fll V7J V(.rI 1 flco old Htaiid, Second street.
CIGARS and CONFECTIONERY.
I'KI'NU STOCK! IMtlCI'S lAtXV I
Second .Street, KAHT MAYHVILLE.
RESIDENCE F0S SALE.
'PURDG'irablc HtMrtence on .Second H teet
I If ItriUMl flw (lift Pi (jutitfiflti it i.,t.....,,... lu
otliMMl for saloon reisoaiihlo fi'im. Tho lot
i nueei imiiii iino cxiuiiiih uuok IW fpet to an
Hllev. T in limiu contains 7 looms, kitchen,
pnutrviiud thuieuiu twoelsfrns on the lot.
A X?'. i . J J A M KH W OO D.
u I20d A W I in . . T. ( 'OX.
Mil OlIAftLKS II COOPEH has mixle an
usHltfiiinimi to a. M. Judd, for the henetlt
ot ills uiedllors, who are herehy notified to
tile with thensslKiiee thflr demands ugtilnst
the ostnto. properly verllled.
miiyjd&wlm O.H.JUDI), Assignee.
riillE undersized hnvlng been duly np
i ted by tho Mason County Oourt as
mlmlulstrutor of the estnto ol Airs. Lizzie
Stnllcup,deeeasd, nud qualified ns such, till
i.t..i.,im,,MB uiiiiiui Minium nercsuuo nre
liereby notified to prenent them properly
meut. uillwlm 0. 8. J HDD. Adni'r.
Before INSURING YOUR LIFE
Savings Fund Plan
IFE fisSUBflNBE gOQIETY.
Tnnlnn.l .rl....n..I...I.... .... . ..
'""niu tn til vt'SllllK 11' iliiCKH, III)' IIS Or Olll
urstcuililcs or depositing In Suvoigs Ranks
EXAMINE THiS PLAN
of Insuiunre. which ot only ylolds a leturn
as an liivtMtuiH.il. inn gives Immediate Indemnity
lu case ol death.
JOS. P. 23aODICl:,
Second stieet, MAYSVILLE, KY.
SAMUEL J. DAUGHERTY,
Second STOiroaiTE Myall & Rii.ky'8,
Freestone Pavements and nil hinds ot
HulldlugStoneon hand. Having had an experience
of thirty-two years lu tlio business,
I offer myservices to the public, confident ot
tendering satisfaction, lunSU
BURGESS & NOUN!
Wholesale and Retail Denlersln
Dry Goods, Notions, &c
Notice To Tax-payers.
tllHE books of the City Assessor returned
1 lor the your 18SI basing been uxitiiliifd
mid corrected by the Uoaid of Eo.imllz.itlon,
nie now lu my hands will be o.eu lot lu
spcctlou until '
Thursday, Mty 24t7i, 1S83,
at 7::t0 o'clock 11. in., nt which time the
Unaid of Coiiuelliiion will hold a ineuellng
lo levy the tnx 101 the year and lo lioiu
appeaN nl that date only fioin these who
leel theiuselves loved by tho ptesont
Ify oidei 01 the Ho.utl.
inli)vyt HARRY TAYLOR. Hoik.
Application fur Incorporation.
VTOTlCEls heieby given that application
1 has been made to. the Miisop County
Court for the Incorpouition o the Muyslllo
Meut no Light Company, lu puisuaneo of
chapter Hi, ot the Uoueiul stiiiutes ot Ken.
tucky and by that name to have perpetual
succession, and power to sue and bo sued, Ac.
The amount of capital stock to bo ,1 ,01H), each
shine of which Is to be ol tho value of Wu,
Thopilnelpul place of business ol tho snld
eorpoiiitlon Is 10 bo the city ot Mujsvllle.
The object or tho said Company Is to lurnish
lUht.gonornted by electilcliy to Individuals
and corporation! within theclty of Maysville,
and adjacent thereto, and to the said city tor
publlo purposes by contiact wllh tho same,
and al&o for the purpose 01 supplying motive
power, generated by steam 01 elect t laity,
within tho said tonltory. Tho
or tho Individual stockholders hi the
snld Com puny Is to be exempt from nil liability
for the debts 01 tho said Company. The
busltiet.8 of hald Company Is to bo managed
by a bonid of seven dlreciois, to bo olected by
the stockholders uunutilly, and the Hist
boiud of dl lectors to be elected whon tho sum
of not less than Slp.UOO shall have been subscribed
to tho capital stock of said Company.
Tho board of dlrectois from their own unmoor
shall elect a PreMdont. Vice Piesldent,
Secretary and Trensinor.nntl may elect other
otllcoiH as may bo necessary. Tho company
piay Issue Its bonds for nn amount not exceeding
the maximum Indebtedness which
shall bo fixed nt SO.WO, with Interest coupons
thereto uttnehed bearing interest atn tuto not
to exceed six per cent, per annum, which Interest
shall becomo duo nud payable semiannually
and to secure said bouds nnd Interest
the company may execute u niditsiigu
upou Its propeityof every kind. Tho said,
corporation may commence on tho 7th day
of May, 18h3, ana continue porpetually. Tl)o
following named persons nio tho corporators;
W. H. Wacl.sworth,,Ohfts. 11. l'earce, W. 'Hi
McGrannghau.II.C. llnrkleyA. R. Glascock,
O.Shultz Loach, D. Weohlnijor, G. V. Hulser.
Maysvillo, Ky., May D, Ib83, m8d&vm
A Specific for Dyspopsia and Diseases
of tho Kidneys.
I I AS bepi) used w'th most gratifying sur-
"i ct's In many obstinate cast's Prof, F.
W.Cliuk. prinusiorofCheinl tiy u tho
Cliiuiiinntl sins tills water "helniiKS
to tho same class with that or the Alleghany
SprinuH. ol Virginia," the medlclii'il viituts
01 which nre too woll Itnowii lobe staled
Those who de 1 lo try tnN ruinous water
an riiO'ned to Captain C. o(l. Levanna
Ohio; Captain O. M. Hollo way Ciiiflntiiitl.
O lo; I. J. Rnlpe, Cluclniiatl, Ohio, For miIq
In half hiuielsnndjtigsby
GU-i. SIMMONS, Proprietor,
m2Jf1Awtf Abardei'u. Ohio.
"wtv. Infliiinmiition of Kldnoys Liver and
Udcri Jrl U dti't derslii'. nnd Diabetes,
laatlle f the Unnnry Or. ft
'.uis; Torpid Llvi Indlm.lou.je V
urupalcul 3f X&
Atleetions, Uyspejfclu Zrt
fJ6 "Dosos for ?X$V CCurc8.Gouti
81.00. iT CA niicumutlsra ol
A S the Joints. Vomit,
SW Infliunmntlon ol
Yfcs thoUrethrn. A Specific foi
fm92? Stone In tUo bladder ; Luco&
Tlt V rhoeu. ol the ProstaU
lirlght's Dboiueol ihoKldney3
s J. T. IiEE, Cincinnati, O. '
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.
'IHIERE ill bonmeotli'K or the RuUdliig
1 Commlttco at Orungeburg on Saturdoy,
May the I-th. 1883. fon tho purpose or receiving
bids for the building ofStouoLlck Chutch
Musou county. Ky. Speclflcatlous made
known on day abovo mentioned.'
A. SORRIES & S0Nr
1 I n t
ParanojH, Sowing Machines. tc, &a.
tf"Koys on hand and Made to Order.
Stencil (Jutting a Specialty.
Second Street, bet. Market A Llmestouo
NESBITT & McKRELL
No. ao.'surrosr mtkeex'.
Spring Diess Goods. All new slmtlos
NEW Silk uud wool. Ulnck Goods in new
elleots. loth, tho new, all wool filled,
mnlerlnl, now colors, wan an ted not to fade.
Pi Ice 23 cents. New line of Spring cnsslmered
ut low pi Ices. Complete stock lu every department.
Cheaper than tho Call
HAVING mnde an ngieement with W. L.
.Moran ot Mils date, nil knowing
iheinelves indebted to Eugene lleiry or myself
or any one, for tho services of Red Norman
lor the year IbhJ. nie instructed to pay
the amount of their bills to silu Moino.
April 28th, 1SS.'. u'JUwtf
O R "sale7
--I ofler for sale a
HOUSE and LOT
In the Fifth Wnrd of Maysville, on tho northeast
cornel ol Fourth stieet and lliuce Alley,
l lie lot Homing sixty feot on Foiir'h street,
limning north to Strawbeiry Alley, being
leet wide ntthnt end; Uince Alley
being on tho west. The house Is n neat, com
tollable fiame, In good lepa r. A Largo,
Gooi' Stable Is on the lot ali.o.
Will mako deed wlUi generally wniranty.
Inqulie of W. H. WADSWOKTH.
Muysvlle. Apiil 21, 18SI. wit
I have lemoved my
To No. 24, Sutton Street,
One door fiom Gray's corner, nnd will ba
pleased lo have all my friends cnll nud
LA KG F STOCK. As my lent Is very
low I am able to glv buyers special bargains.
TI19 Fine HARNESS STALI ON,
Will make tho piesent season, which hns commenced
and will expire on thntlist o July, nt
thestiibli'ot.lubii II. Fields. On the Flemings-bin
gaud Mllli'ieek tin n pike 1 und, lourand a
halt miles 1101 th ol l''lemlngsbuig, two miles
south ol Mt. Gth.Md, lour miles west ol Mt. Cur-mol,
and two miles east of .Millwood, at
$10 to Insure a LIVING COLT,
5H to Insuio a tnnro In Foal. Money duo In
all cases when the mniu Is icinoved or parted
with beloro tho fact Is ascertained.
DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE.
KENTUCKY UHIEF.Jr.lsn b'eautlful dark
mahogany buj or brown sixteen and
hands high, uluojeiiLs old this spring. Hu
was sued by the celebrated premium liorso,
Kentucky Cbler, ho by the world dronowned.
piemlum horso, Dill's Indian Chief, ho by
blood's Vermont Rlackhawk (half brother to
ht ban Allen) he by Hill's Rlackhawk, ho by
Sherman Morgan, hu by Justin Morgan, tho
original Monmn hoiso; Kentucky Ch lor, J r.'s
dam was by llellalr, Jr . ho by Thomas Lowls
Uellalr, he by Horace Uonton's Ulnmedo, ho
by Quicksilver, ho by Ondet.hoby Johnston's
Medley, he by Medley, he by Uul, liobySlr
Harry. Uolalro.Jr.'sdam by lilack Rabbit, a
thoroughbred boio. Kentucky Chief's dam
was by Amcilcaii.he by Imported Yorkshire;
2nd dam by Sir Charles, ho by sir Archie ; In-
dlau Chlei's 1 dam was by R. A. Alexander's
Imported Ed ln Forrest, ho byyoungllashaw
noiiy Aiiioian uasuaw; roung uasunw's dam
wasoy ttrst CohhuI, second dam by Imported
Messenger, third dam by Rockingham; Ned
Forrest's dam by Baltpetre, out of u
wtnarc; Sherman Morgans drm by Young
Hnmbletonlan, by Rlshop's Hamblotonlan,
ho by Imported messenger, (thoroughbred),
Mambrino, tho thoroughbred of Euland.
A No. I SPANISH JACK
$8 io Insure a LIVING COLT..
Wo retain a Hon on all colts mr tim mn
money. Great caro will bo takon to preyi
uccldonts, but po should J
occur, uinriwiiiu t u. u, s as, y, FiEI