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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, 1883.
The river's nt Its tricks ngnlii,
Ami wo nr pained to say,
Hnsthrown tho lallwuy out of Joint
And stopped tlio work
At dovllmciit tlio blasted tiling
Is uovor known to lull,
And uowfroin fcimplocinsedncss
It kl vers up tlio rail.
The muster roll.of the ex-Con federates
now contains fifty-one names.
The Bullletin is indebted to Hon.
Garrett S. Wall for late ChicaRo papers.
J. W. Bkain, Mnrslml of Cross Roads,
Rowan county, was shot and wounded
in the hand on Thursday, by Marion
Tolliver, who was resisting arrest.
It is reported that tho wheat crop of
Indiana will not amount to more than
one-third of what it was last year in con-
eequenco of tho ravages of the fly.
A little child of Mr. II. J. B. Marshall,
waB run over by a wagon at Manchester,
a few days ngo, and seriously injured.
One of the child's legs was badly
The Hon. Jefferson Davis and Governor
Luke P. Blackburn have been invited
by tho ex-Confederates to attend
the Memorial seryices at the cemetery on
tho 12th inst.
At Paris some colored children, alleged
to bo the illegitimate offspring of tho late
James A. Case are suing the administrator
for the possession, of the estate which
is valued at $30,000.
It is stated that a place to hang Craft
has been selected at Grayson, midway
between the court house and 'the jail,
nnd that there is a promise that the execution
shall be as public as possible.
The work of laying the iron of the
street railway track has been delayed by
a sudden rise in the river which has submerged
the rails deposited on the upper
grade. Had this not occurred tho road
would havo been finished to-day or Monday.
The firm of Dodson & Frazee, successors
to Jos. II. Dodson, have rented the
grange warehouse at tho corner of Second
and Wall streets where they will continue
conducting the grain, leaf tobacco and
coal business. They will keep on hand at
all times a full supply of the best grades of
Fomeroy, Semi-cannel, Raymond City,
Kanawha and blacksmith coal. See
their advertisement elsewhere.
The Owen News says, that the expenses
of the delegates from that county
who attempted to violate instructions and
fraudulently nominate Col. Jones and
have the nomination hurriedly announced
while their wrong was in process'of
correction were paid.
"Expenses" is an equivocal word and
implies nt best, a singular way of getting
But who paid such expenses and how
much was disguised under that phrase?
The following persons qualified Friday
as Justices of tho Peace for Mason
county, to-wit: "W. D. Coryell, with R.
P. Tollo as surety ; M. F. Marsh, with S.
R. Brooks as surety ; Wesley Vicrov, with
C. B. Pearce, Jr., as surety ; C. W. Williams,
with J. D. Raymond as surety ;
Joseph M. Alexander, with John W. Alexander
as surety ; J. D. Raymond, with
C. W. Williams as surety ; Robt. Hunter,
with Omar Dodson and M. C. Hutch-ins
as sureties; J. L. Mcllvaine, with
W. Dobyns as surety; John E. Wells,
with Robert Hunter as surety ; M. D.
Farrow, with Champe Farrow, as surety.
An exchange says: The following recipe
for washing fruit trees and a preventive
of borers, has been given us by a
gentleman of this vicinity who has used
it with great success for years: Tho
present is the best time for using it as tho
eggs are deposited at this time. Tako four
quarts of lime, two pounds of concentrated
lye, 15 pounds of sulphur, one pound
of good tobacco, two of soot, thoroughly
dissolve each seprarately, and then mix
together with about 00 gallons of water.
This makes enough for thoroughly washing
BOO trees of about six inches inches
in diameter, and gives a fine smooth
fresh bark to tho trees.
Two Clnuircs For Nearly Nothing.
The magnificent new Catholic Church
at Cynthiana is to bo dedicated Sunday,
Juno 3rd, with imposing ceremonies.
A camp meeting is now in progress at
Canton Grove, on the K. O. R. R., which
is very largely attended. Eminent ministers
are present. The grounds aro ample,
groves delightful, refreshments
abundant, and a special excursion
train will leave Maysvillo at 0 a. m.
Sunday for these places. Faro for round
trip from Maysvillo, will bo &3 follows :
Cynthianand return $1.00; Canton Grovo
and return $2.0,0. Thicket office open nt
5 a. in.
For tlio RULLETIN.
HE HATH GIVEN IIEK REST.
BY MAUDK MOLDEN.
Close down the eyelids, God hath given her
Fold the hands gently over her breast,
Smooth back the tresses fiom her white brow.
Love's tearful duties can't waken her now.
Tread lightly, speak softly, n silent guest
Hath enterod unbidden, your elyslum of rest,
On the fullest, the dearest, tho Hlgnet has set.
So calmly, so softly, you bellovo It not yet.
Shut out tho sunlight, Its ruys cannot now
Give warmth to that beautllul
But gather tlio flowers and lay on her breast
That In life sho hath cherished nnd loved the
Speak her name softly, angels are now
Wreathing lninortolles to garland her brow,
Weep if you will, but think of her where
Never shall reach her, sorrow or care.
Beautiful, beautiful, drennilcs and cold-Round
hor death's drapery sadly we fold,
Gazo on her long, and press tho last kiss
On tho lips that nro smiling, but passionless
He hath given her rest, It Is her's to sleep,
Ho hath given you grief, It Is yours to weop,
Then lay her to rest for n few brief year,
Thou wilt behold lu Joy what was burled In
Services will bo held at St. Patrick's
Church to-morrow as usual.
The services of Mr. Frank Elli have
been secured for the choir at the Southern
A meeting will be held at Beaslcy
Creek Church, beginning June 10th, and
continuing several days. Elders. R. M.
Gano and Jos. C. Frank will conduct the
Services will be held at the M. E.
Church to-morrow morning and evening
by the pastor, at the usual hours. Subject
for morning: John xvi:22, and for
evening: Phillipians ii:ll
Rev. S. H. Chester, the Southern
Presbyterian pastor, will hold services
at tho Baptist Church to-morrow morning.
Rev. J. J. Burnett, of the Baptist
Church, as announced elsewhere, will
preach in the evening.
Rev. M. D. Reynolds, pastor of the M.
E. Church, South, will preach to-morrow
morning, on the following subject : "One
thing thou lackest." Subject for the
evening discourse : "Tho Bible idea of
Conversion." The services will begin
promptly at 11 a. m. and 7:43 p. in.
Rev. J. J. Buhnett, of Tennessee, will
preach at tho Baptist Church Sunday
night at 7:45 o'clock. The members of
the church are especially requested to bo
present and the public generally are
cordially invited to attend. The appointment
in the afternoon has been recalled.
Preaching to-morrow in the Presbyterian
Church by the pastor, Rev. S. B.
Alderson. In tho morning a sermon to
young men on the gospel ministry, the
"highest office in tho gift of God. The
young men of the congregation are
urgently invited. Evening subject: "Self
Services will bo held at the Church of
the Nativity to-morrow morning and
evening by Right Rev. Bishop, T. U.
Dudley, who has recovered from his recovered
from his recent illness sufficiently
to meet all his appointments. Confirmation
services will be held and the
communion of the Lord's supper will be
Rev. A.N. Gilbert will occupy tho pulpit
of tho Christian Church as usual, tomorrow
morning and night. The Subject
of tho morning sermon will be "The
Lord's Supper,', discussing the following
questions; what is it? why, where, when,
how should it be obsoived ? Tho subject
of tho lec.turo at night will be "Christ
or Barubbas, which ?" Every momber
is requested to bo present at both services,
and tho public will bo cordially
Julius Simon is now assisting Mr. II.
B. Northcott at the express office.
Miss Nannio "Warder, of Jacksonville,
Fla., is the guest of Miss Delia Wood.
Miss Lulu McGranaghan is at homo
after a pleasant visit nt Peoria, 111
Miss Sallio Trouts, of Covington, is the
guest of Miss Emma Trouts, of Market
Mr, Thomas Keith has gone to Frankfort
to visit his brother at tho Kentucky
Miss Fannie Owens has been tho guest
tho past week of tho family of Dr. II. L.
Parry, of Mayslick.
Mr. S. J. Pugh, county attorney of
Lewis, was in Maysvillo, on Friday, and
favored tho Bulletin with a call. He is
ono of tho most popular officials in his
Miss Annio Stockton left on Friday
evening by tho Bonanza to visit friends
at Georgetown, Ky. Sho was accompanied
by Mrs. Sudio Trow as far as Cincinnati.
The opinion of tho goneral public in
regard to Ayor's Cherry Pectoral is confirmed
by clergymen, lawyers, public
speakers nnd actors. All say it is the best
remedy that can bo procured for nil affections
of the vocal organs, throat and lungs.
MitiAN, Juno 1. By tho upsetting of a
crowded ferryboat on UioJVilloiiHi Canal
near this city last ovening, twenty-two
workingmen who wcro on their way home
to supper wore drowned. Some of the
bodies havo been recovored. and search l'oi
tlio others is in progress amid tlio lamentations
of the funiilios of the victims, who are
gathered at the wharf.
Taws, Jund 1. Tlio Gnulois, in nn
of the attack of tho Annamites oi.
the French force near Hanoi, says:
Captain Hlviorc, on leaving tho fort, advanced
with 150 marines, leaving a reserve
of 250 men.
These, however, remained too far in the
rear to bo of service to Captain Riviere's
advance guard, which was surprised by a
largo force of Anunmites nnd almost annihilated.
On the rear guard arriving ai
tho scene tho Aunaiuites tied, carrying o:
Captain ltivicro and fifteen marines, all o
whom were impaled tlio next day".
1'aius, Juno 1. The long published
officers who wcro killed ahd wounde.
during the sortio from Hanoi has caused t.
great sensation to French readers of tin
dispatches, to whom tlioy came as a surprise
Tho news was as painful m unexpected,
and the press now demands the publication
of a full Ut of the privates who
were killed and wounded.
The French have retreated to tlio citadel
of Hanoi, and tho gun-boats on tho rivei
have stationed themselves so as to proven I
tlio approach of tho black Hags. It is not
believed that any further serious danger
can reach the French troops or flotilla until
the arrival of the reinforcements already
ou the way.
London, Juno 1. The dynnmito conspirators,
Dr. Gall.ighor, Bernard Gallagher.
Ansburgh, Cuitin, Whitehead, and Wilson.
aguinst whom true bills wore found yesterday,
were arraigned in the Old Bailey thic
morning before Justice Hawkins.
not guilty, and their trial wus uxct
for tho 11th iust.
BKNmiAKi, June 1. Turkish troop ha'
succeeded in completely sub luing tin- Aral'
who refused to pay taxes, after killLg o
wounding forty of them.
The Men In Train ins; lor I lie I) J .Tim-cut
St. Louis, Juno 1. Tom Cannon, T
Connor and Clarence Whistler, tho wre
lers, who aro horo and in training '
tho tournament which takoj p In i- .
the Sportsman's Park June d, i' mi I
evidently mean business. Wt.iatler, .
generally weighs from ItfO to
pounds, has trained down to 1 '
and looks as fino its e
and a perfect picture of phv
cal manhood. Connor looks ue
ly as heavy as lie did on nnival 1m
but Cannon has gotten rid of a lot of lie.
and now weighs hut 145. Cautuni l
sombles Acton in build, and like the " L
tie Tgrror," relies more upon science tint
bruto force. Monday night Connor a.
Cannon wrestled a bout at their
Cannon got Connor's head i
his grip and carao very near breaking hi
neck. All three of thoso men take daii,
walks. This morning, had the went.ieV
been fair, thoy would have walked
to Corondolet and return. Kd-win
Bibby, who wrestled wit
Muldoon here, has left New
York for St. Louis, and will be here by tomorrow
morning. Audio Christol ami
Biscermos telegraph that they will leave
Boston to-morrow morning, reaching here
by Sunday next. Joe Aoton, tho littl
Englishman, who so far has floored all
comers but Whistler, and wrestled a draw
with him, leaves Philadelphia on Saturday
night with his trainer, Benny Jones, and
will be here Monday morning at tho latest.
Whistler expressed confidonco in winning
the first prize, but to do this he will have
to dofoat tho best man in tho world.
Mr. Edward Hunter will occupy his now
house by the first oi July.
Dr. Hunter's house bus been much Improved
by a new Addition und u coat of paint.
Rev. J. S. Sims, of Flomlugsburg, In company
with Rev. F. S. Polllt', spent Thursday
night at the hospltuble home of Miss Emma
Goggln. Preachers ulwuys rind a welcome
Miss Nellla Wood has returned homo after
a pleasant visit to Lexington.
Miss M. E. Holmes and Miss Emma Goggln
attended conference ut Hebton.
Rev, M. M. Riley passsd through our town
yotetday. Weuruglnd ttTweleoniehlm back.
He has ninny, warm friends lieie.
Rev. F. 8. Pollltt will nil his appointment
June Did, mornluii uud evening.
Mrs. Lou Maisball, of Augusta, tins returned
homo alter a pleasant visit to her many
frleudi. Dr.w Dkop,
A protracted meeting Is helm; held nt
Omngobuig, conducted by Elders Morrison
and Keiidrlek. Two have beon baptized nnd
several more additions.
J. It. Renn, who has been visiting his relations
and li lends in his own nelghboihood,
lias returned home.
Mrs. Amanda Walllngford has returned
from Clurk county, whoio she has, been visiting
her mother, wno Is much lmuroved In
Elder J. II. Wnlllngford will preach in
Hooue county Saturduy and Sunday next.
Miss Durnnt, of Illinois, Is visltlug her
cousin, Miss Dannie Culvert, near
Mr. J. II. Wnlllngford is about to build n
Severnl cattle have died tho past wool: from
Born, to tho wife of Mr. Sherman, a girl.
Dr. R. L. Cooper has returned homo from a
visit to his relations. Ue preached at Mill-lord
Sunday night last.
Rev. Duvld Cooper, who has been attending
confoionce, has returned home, alter visiting
his aged mother, at Mt. Olivet.
The contract fin- building our new meeting
house at Stone Lick, has neon let out.
A Cnrpot Files Fifteen Miles
A carpet which was blown from tho
houso occupied by Mr. Allen, who was
killed by tho recent cyclone nt Sun City,
Iowa, was found n day or two since in
tho sand hill:; fifteen miles from which it
started, and, strange to say, but littlo
injured by its long journey through tho
Tlio Sardine Mystery
The continued disappearance of the
sardines, once so abundant on tlio coast
of Britiany, has become a serious calamity
to the people of that part, where the
catching bus been wont to give employment
to 1,500 boats nnd more than 9,000
fishermen, while the curing anil pnekinir
for home consumption and exportation
have furnished a living to a very la nro
number of mnle nnd femalo hands. Tho
reason of the disappearance is believed
to bo the great chnngo of temperature
during iho season, the weather having
for tho last two or three yo.irs been not
only more variable, but at times, even
duringthe summer months, comparatively
speaking, cold and stormy. These
changes, it is believed, have driven the
sardines toward other coasts; and up to
tho prosetit time thero is no token of
Advertisements Inserted under this heading
luc per lino for ench insertion.
TitY Langdon's City Butter Crackers.
New style Stockinette Jerseys nt Hunt
& Doyle's. mar31dly
New style luce curtain poles, red Scotch
shading, shade fixtures, !fec, at
Hunt & Doyle's.
Linen nnd Mohair ulsters, largo lot,
also Jap parasols 15 cents each, nt Hunt
Notice to Teacueus. Tho finest and
cheapest line of reward cards for schojl
and Sunday schools ever offered to the
trade, at Morrison & Kackley's. Call and
s '0 them. juneldlw
Boils, blotches, pimples, ahd all skin
diseases, are quickest cured by cleansing
the blood with Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
If you wish the whitest and most de-
liuhtful bread, ask your grocer for " Old
Gold Patent Flour," made by Robinson
ok Co. '8 New Process Roller Mill. ml5
Try "Old Gold Patent," tho finest,
whitest and most satisfactory flour ever
tiered in this market. Manufactured
i iy Robinson & Co.'s Now Process Roller
Tun new instrumental folio of music,
the lutt'dt book out has 100 pieces of the
latest ami nrist popular instrumental
pieces, at Mirrison & Kackley's book
Accidents will happen in all occupations
and situations. They will happen
whether you travel or not. They cost
money, valuable time and even life.
Accident Insuranco costs but a small
premium. It guarantees $1,000 to
in caso of accidental death, or a
weekly indemnity. 33,000 tickets nt 25
cents u day 30 days for $4 50 Apply to
M. F. Marsh, Agent,
Library Building, Sutton Street.
To Buyers of Clothing.
1 take this method of informing my
Iriends in Maysville and vicinity that I
am now with C. R. Mabley & Co. The
mammoth clothiers of Cincinnati. All
orders forsuits, goods &c, sent in my care
will receive my personal attention.
Goods will be 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. Marsh,
WithC. R. Mabley & Co., Cincinnati, O.
At Flemlngsburg. Ky May 29, 183J, to tho
witeot Mr. i. .VI. Vansant.a due sou.
At Manchester. Ohio, May 29,183, to tho
wife of Mr. Alva Cooper, a sou.
Corrected dnlly by G. W. Gkisel, grocer,
Second street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone 8 7 25
Maysville Family 6 25
Old Gold 7 no
Mason County 6 25
Kentucky Mills 0 U0
l.nrd,'tf ? 15
MenlV peclc W
Molasses, fancy 75
Cnal Oil, fl gal. 10
Sugar, granulated It 11
" A.p 10
" yelfoW lb 89
Haint, sugar cureil V tt 15
Hacon, breakfast It 15
Hominy, uallou 20
Reaus gallon 40
Potatoes V peck 25
ANTED Twenty head of good Horses
nnu Mares, to no useu on tno wireet
Rallr oad. Aunlvto W.H.YANCEY.
at Yancey & Alexander's livery stable.
FOB SAX 10.
HAIjE A No. 1, Champion Reaper
FOU good repnlr. Will bo sold nt a bargain.
mSOdiwlw MYALLRILEY & PORTER.
Oil exchange HJi
17 acres of land near churches on Lawrence
cieoic, lor a uouse nnu jui in Annlv
' M. F. M IISII,
ml2 Library Building, Sultoi "jet.
SAfiE A desirable rosldeuco lu
Maysville, well located, for S3,(W0.
m28dlw . COOHRA k BON.
."-7. Second . ... streot. containing m .... nine n, "ooras x and
kltcuou, Willi yarn nitnoneu, w iu ini oy
llOdoop. m23d2w JNO. C. Al ON.
II A good Cooking ' 1 and
1 utensils. Call at Thomas Tudoi . 'tore
Hecond street, between Markot i mo-
lOU It EXT The- old Blerbower homo.
X Contnins flvo rooms and kitchen,
pantry nnd collar. Lately renovated
and In complete repair. Apply to
inld2w G. a, J UUD, Court street.
I 7011 KENT Three or flvo rooms to small
lamlly. Auplynt i2odtf THIS OFFICE.
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dow cleaning. Ask your
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NOTICE OF REMOVAL,
JOSEPH II, DODSON will removo his grain
business, on the 1st of July, from the present
stand on Sutton street, where ho hns beon
engaged the past ten ycius, to the grange
waiehouse, corner of Second and Wall streets
opposite Daulton's stnble, where It will be
conducted by his successors, DODSON it FRA-ZEE.
Tho new tlrm will continue the Grain,
Leaf Tobacco nnd Coal business in nil of Its
branches nnd keep ou baud the best grades of
Pomeroy, nnd Raymond City
Knuawiiannd Blacksmith coal. Otllres: cor.
nor of Wall and Second nnd coal olllce and
yard Front street above lower grudo.
Jfdlm DODSON &. FRAZEE.
WE will ofTer nt Public Sale ou Tuesday,
Juno 20th, at two o'clock, p.m., at our
Currlage Factory, a Trotting Sulky, tho property
ol Frank Camden. It will bet-old to pay
for the repairs. WIL.SUIN K U1.C.TUJ.UU.
THE 1MLACETO GET CHEAP
mch31dly SUTTON STREET.
A. R, GLASCOCK & CO I!
Is tho best place to get bnrgalus In
Esta.Tollsl5.ecL 1865. '
G. W. GEISEL,
No. 0,W. Second Nt.,0p.Ocrii Ilonse,
Frultsand Vegetableslu season. Your patronage
respectfully solicited. illdly
Windhorst & Blum,
FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have Just received their Spring Stock of Imported
and DomestloGoodsot tho lateststyles.
prices reasonable and work the best. au'JIy
iiMfnair. 11 aruggui
BLONDINE It, lend toKreemau.l'crfumer,
m'tr. 1M V.4tli St.,Cin, tso.
1 Lottie; 4, expreii p&M, J.
NOTICE BRIDGE BUILDERS.
will bo lecelved from this
PROPOSALS 15th ot Juno for building a
bridge on tlio Blue Run nnd Anderson's Ferry
Turnpike Rond over Lawronco creek four
miles holow Maysville, Ky., at which time it.
will be given to the lowest and best bidder.
Each proposal must be accompanied with a
plon of the bridge. The company reserves the
right to reject all bids if u'it satisfactory. 1
will show the situation to any one debiting it.
ISAAC PEGGS, President.
(Ripley Ree copy until the IStli and send bill
Cun-a InlMininatlou oiKinneys, ,i,ivcranu
'Udder: deposits, ana uiuoeua,
ufantllc 01 me unnnryw
ans: Torpid Liver inuigesuuu,
jourStomach, ffout urupiiCal
36 TJoaos for CiirivifJnnt.
81.UU. Rheumatism ol
tho Joints. Vomlti
ine. Inflammation ol
tlinlTrcthm. A SnociflC fOI
Stnnu in tlio Hladder! LUCOD
v.,., m.,m,.i n( ilm Prnstatl
Gland, Uri'ght's Dljcuseof the Kidneys,
J. T. LEE, Cincinnati, O.
14,508 JJoxes sold in a year by OJME
Int nlvonttv ri flirt U Ivor.
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OT TUB IlKAHT, r IZZINESS. TOIU'ID LlVKK,
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Diseases or tub Livkii and Stomach. If
you do not " feel very well." a single pill at
stimulates the stomach, restores
the appetite, Imparts vigor to tho system.
R. E. SELLERS & CO., Pittsburgh, Pa.
FRANK R. PHISTER
Has lust received 5t)0 copies of
A Treatise on the Horse
Ami HIS DISEASES,
By Dr. B. J. KENDALL.
The best work for tho mouey published.
Address mall orders to '.
FRANK It. PHISTER,
myOd&wtf Maysvillo, Ky.'