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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 4, 1883.
The English spnrrows have resolved
In very caustic words
Tlint Oulten has beon RUllty of
Bad treatmont of tho birds;
And he lnid bettor mind his oyo
For fiom tho hills and levels
They're coming down in leglmonts
These little feathered devils.
Butteu hag declined in price to fifteen
and twenty cents a pound.
The river has been rising for Eevernl
days but is going back to-day.
t m '
Sappers and miners are engaged digging
rifle-pits in the re.ir of Owens'
block on Myall Avenue.
Mr. Bower, the bridge builder, has invented
an extension ladder, which is said
to be useful and ingenious.
The street railway ties have been laid
as far as the railroad crossing in Chester,
which is to bo tho present terminus of
Master Casey Tate, who has beon
visiting his relatives at Washington, on
Saturday, fell in tho street and broke the
bones of his leg.
Mr. Geo. C. Goooin sold on Saturday,
at public vendue, a house and lot in
Clifton belonging to Mr. G. A. McCracken
to Edward Leonard for $1,425.
The Kentucky Central Railroad Company
will locato their new car shops at
Paris if they can secure fifty acres of
ground which will be required. Why
not como to Maysvillo ?
During tho return of the excursion on
Sunday from Cynthiana to Lexington a
yonng man of tho name of Fehan was
shot in tho hand by another named Martin.
Tho wound was a slight one.
The coroner's jury at Riploy, has decided
that Charles Boyd, who was found
in a dying condition on one of the streets
of that place last week, came to his death
by a shot fired by some unknown person.
We are endeavoring to have the Daily
Bulletin delivered promptly and regularly
to every subscriber in the city.
Thoso who fail to receivo it on time will
confer a favor by leaving word at this
Messrs. A. R. Glascock & Co. have
just received n very choice lino of ladies'
dress goods which is attracting much
attention. Some very handsome styles
may be seen by those who call, at unusually
Prof. W. W. Richeson, who has for
many years been famous as a grower of
mammoth strawberries, has kindly sent
to this office specimens of the Sharpless
variety, one of which weighs an ounce.
They are certainly the finest we have
The Flemingsbur Times-Democrat
says: Wo learn that Mrs. Catherine
Poyntz, of Maysville, has bought the
property of L. C. Keal, on Spanish Hill,
now occupied by G. A. Cassidy for $825.
We learn that she will remove hero as
soon as Mr. Cassidy can give possession.
The Fountain Gas Burner, just received
by Owens& Barkley, is something new
and useful. If gives more light at the
same cost than any burner in the market
and is ananged to heat and expand the
gas boforo it can come in contact with the
flame, and is provided with a burnished
globe which acts as a reflector. Go and
Tun English sparrpws were formally
evicted this morning from tho roof and
cornice of the Bank of Maysville. Capt.
Sam Outten acted as bailiff and served
the notice in n decidedly practical'
way. The sparrows have since been
holding an indignation meeting and judging
from their impassioned 'utterances,
they are mad all over.
Gen. U. S. Grant anived at Lexington
Dr. and Mrs. Wardle, of Cincinnati
are the gusts of Mr. W. II. Wallingford,
of East Maysville.
Mr. Jacob Arbogast, an old and respected
German citizen of Ripley, died'
suddenly last week. Ho was about
years of age.
Judge Cole, wo regret to hear, was
taken suddenly ill last week, while holding
court at Flemingsburg, and at last
accounts had not recovered sufficiently
to bo able to resume his seat on tho
, Mr. G. Bruce Merriman, representing
tho Western Tobacco Journal, is in the
city. It is one of our most valued exchanges
and is a paper that ought to bo
in the hands of every tobacco growor in,
t)Us part of tho State. It gives a mass of
information in each issue that is worth
-to tho farmer-all thattUerpaper cosfor
a year. t
An Old flutter Kerlrcd.
The original boundaries of tho city of
Maysville, wero twico extended by acts
of the Legislature, ono Fobruary 11, 1854,
and again January 23, 1807. By these
acts the new territory added to the
city was to bo forever exempt from tho
payment of any debt, in the first instance
imposed by a tx voted by tho old city;
and in tho aecoiul instance from tho old
railroad debt of the city. For some rears
after annexation a proper discrimination
was exercised in levying taxes for
tho city, and tho people of the new territory
were not required to pay any of the
old railroad debt, and were not assessed
for that purpose. But tho old railroad
debt was funded, and new bonds issued
therefor, and this it is claimed, tho city
council deemed n proper occasion to
change its policy and make the newly
admitted territory pay precisely the same
tax as the old, though forbidden to do so
by the terms of annexation. East
it is alleged, for ten years or more
has been paying as heavy tax to the city
as tho old city itself, when by the terms
of its annexation it was made exempt
from tho payment of any pait of the "old
railroad debt." The ''old railroad debt"
was $100,000 or more at the time of annexation,
and a large part of it yet re-remains
unpaid, and the people of
East Maysville, are contrary to law, as
they claim, contiibutingby their taxes to
pay it, and have been for many years di
s,o. The ground taken is that issuiiin
new bonds for an old debt did not discharge
the old obligation and no mitter
how the form of the liability may be
changed, it remains etill the " old railroad
debt," no part of which the people
of East Maysville claim, are they bound
We are informed tint the mitter U to
be investigated by proceedings which certain
tax payers of Eist Maysvillo are
about to institute for that purpose.
Daily Stusre Line.
Mr. Joseph H. Brown, the veteran
stage driver, has established a daily line
between this city and tho Lower Blue
Licks, and it is now in operation. Under
the arrangement a stage will leave the
Blue Licks every morning at 5 o'clock,
and returning leave Maysville at 2:30
in the afternoon.
The street railway workmen are engaged
to-day, building the culvert at Sec
ond and Market streets.
BOSS SHEPHERD'S MINES
Tho Fortune Which Ho I I)iirirlnc
Out or Ills Ini'luicnl in
Wasainctov, Juno 3. Frank Burr, in n
gossipy letter regarding tho fortunes n'
Washington's ox-Governor, says: Y.-Governor
Shepherd a few days since sent
to Mr. Scott, his agent in Chihuahua, $30
000 worth of silver bars, the product of
few of his mines over at Batopilos, for r
portion of tho month of March. I gaw lii
superintendent, and ho told mo something,
of mining in this district. " Wo had u
hard .trip over the mountains this time," he
said. It usually takes us nine day
to come fiom the mines with a load o!
silver, but this trip it took eleven.
It is about 270 miles to where
the Governor is working, and it is over th
mountain all tho way, and right in th
heart of them.' -Thore is nothhiE but silvrr
and mountains. We bring tho sllvor on
pack-mules 135 miles over a mountain
path to a road, and then load it on wagons
'and haul it to Chihuahua. We oxpect -to
make on and sometimes two trips a
monfh. Supposo we bring over $80,000
eaoh month, or nearly $1,000,000 in a year.
You can imagine how rich the mines nre
when I toll you that this is but a fraction
'of what they yield, and yet pjany oft the
mines that the Governor is managing arc
scarcoly developed. Tho machinery for
properly working them is not even in place
yot, but will be soon."
" How are tho Govornor and his family 7"
.' IIo is vory well, but his fafmlly have
returned to civilization, and ho .expects to
bo In New York in about two months. Ho
is getting the mines in splendid condition,
lie has worked very hard, but will soon
have his property in such a condition
that it will not require so much of
Ids attention. Then ho expects to enjoy
tho fruits of his labor and seclusion.
Ho is indulging in his old propensity
for building and making thing handsome
about tho mines, and, when ho gets
through, will have not only the richest, but
also tho most complete mining villago on
" How many millions per annum will ho
tako out of tho mines which he is managing?"
' I Bhould think that $6,000,000 a year
would bo a low estimate after he gets his
A new plan of tho distlllors to got rid of
tho Government tax on bonded whisky is
to send the liquor to Canada in tank cars,
much iSVo those used for carrying oil, and
then, without unloading, to returu it as imported
i' i i
New Orleans, June 3. In making ex
cavations for new building on llivcr
stroot, the remains of a boat eighty feet
long were found about eight feet below tl e
surface of the ground. Within its hull
lay imbodded a number of human bones,
Tho place whore it wus found was probably
once a part of the Mississippi rivorj but
there is nothing known about the loss of
uoh a boat, ' i
Jefferson' Ijitit Letter.
Baltijioue, Juno 3. What is bellovcd
to bo tho last letter over written by
Thomas Jofloison to Mayor Wclghtman,
of Washington, declining, becauso of sickness,
an invitation to attend the Fourth of
July oxcroiscs in that city in 1820 has
just been found in an old family biblo in
this city. Referring to tho ovont
about to bo commemorated, it runs
as follows: "May it bo to the
world what I boliovo It will bo (to some
parts soonor, to others later, out finally to
nil), the signal of arousing men to burst
tho chains under which monkish ignorance
and superstition had persuaded them to
bind themselves, and to assume the blessings
and security of Tho form
which wo have substituted restores the freo
right to the unbounded oxeroiso of reason
and freedom of opinion. All eyes are
opened or opening to tho rights of man.
Tho goncral spread of the lights of sclonco
has already laid open to ovory view tho
palpable truth that tho mass of mankind
has not been born with saddles on their
backs, nor a favored few booted and
spurred, ready to rido them legitimately,
by tho graco of God. Theso aro tho
grounds of hope for others for ourselves,
let tho annual, return of this day forever
rofresh our recollection i of their righti
ndan undiminished dovotion to them."
Spread or tho Opium Unhit.
New Yoilc Mall.
People nil itvei th mmitry need w.ikinir
up to the f.ift ih it the opium h bit i not
confined to the (J in- fee nor to tlu gre.it
hut i- insid.ouly bpieading over
3Iiv Ator u a ifallit luueer.
From u New Yoilc
Mi.s C.riie As'or. duighter Win.
B. Astor, hnireM "xpectant t iiiiiions
upon nnllio.iS pel in o'w most
has Income a bal ot d incur Her
debut was in the e of a jammed
croA'd of curer spectator-. Tne d.iiiCe
was a Dutch reel, elaborated by new and
pictiues'iue movements Ml-s Astoi
wore a Hutch peasant costume,
uonsixtuisr of a red merino skirt and
white inus in waist ; her I air a braided
behind and banded with an ornamental
siold deviee. wlule her cup inodele 1 -'ft r
those worn by theirinsoi the Provid n e
of Friesl.iud, vuis cqu "ti .
She had he w uol I lets ii -1
linked chain a di r o d b o eh
and di.imoud She n ed
gracefully t of zither., ml was
applauded with imiiki s nt
No perfotmiui,"b ill exper Ci a i 'Z.i,
the ballet prem o' gr.in o r.i at
the Acalleiny of evvr .a e I n f
the approbation. O eous Mis- Ator
didn't dt this on the sr tho guiub
snow .t wh uu, SI -a n
fee wus charged. T.ii hopi a ei It e
K rmes, or D itch F&tlv tl, ive.i i r a
oh irit ioIe o')jt ct. '
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Advertisements Inverted uniler tills tiend.
Ing 10c per Hue for each lser Ion.
Try Laturdon's Citv Butter Crackeis.
New style Stockinette Jerseys at Hunt
& Doyle's. liurSMly
New style l.ice curtain poles, red Scotch
shading, shade' fixtures, &c., at
Linen and Mohair ulsters, lare lot,
also Jap parasols 13 cents each, at Hunr
Notice to Tevcheri. The finost and
cheapest line of reward cards for school
and Sunday schools ever offered to the
trade, at Morrison & Kackley'a. Call and
see them. juneldjw
If you wish the whitest and most delightful
bread, ask your grocer for M Old
Gold Patent Flour," made by Robinson
& Co.'s New Process Roller Mill. m!5
Try "Old Gold Patent," the finest,
whitest and most satisfactory flour ever
offered in this market. Manufactured
by Robinson &, Co.'s New Process Roller
Ayek'8 Hamiparilla is a highly concentrated
extract of SarsapariIJa and
other blood-purifying roots, combined
with Iodine of Potassium and Iron. Its
control over scrofulous diseases is unequalled
by any other medicine.,
Backache, btitches.in the side, inflation
soreness of the bowels, are symptoms of
a disordered state of the digestive aud as
similative oigans, which can be promptly
and thoroughly corrected by the use of
Ayer's Cathai tic Pills. As dinner pills,
and as aids to digestion, they have no
equal. They cure constipation.
The luminous match safe is a novelty
just introduced in Maysville. It is coat
ed with a composition that possesses the-
property of gi ing light in the daik. Tho
luminous propeity is warranted permanent
and lasting. It is a curious thing
and will cettainly be in much demand.
They are sold at G. A. McCarthey's
queens ware store on Sutton stieet. J4d2t
To Buyers of Clothing.
I tako this method of informing my
fiiends in Maysville and vicinity that I
am now with O. R. Mabley & Co. The
mammoth clothiers of Cincinnati. All
orders for suits, goods &c, sent in my caro
will receive my personal attention!
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. Marsh,
WithC. R, Mabley & Co., Cincinnati, O.
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The now instrumental folio of music,
tho latest book out has 100 pieces of the
latest and most popular instrumental
at Morris in & Kackley's book
It is generally known that we have
been rebuilding our mill and equipping
It with thecomplet' Gradual Reduction
Holler System, und t a strict uuaiantee
from the manufacturers, that we would
make ns good grades, of flour us are made
in the United States from tho same grades
of wheat. The superior qu ility of Mason
county wheat is too well known to require
comment from us.
Our now mill has been In operation
since about May 1st, with the most satisfactory
results, as numerous testimonials
from parties who have given our new
fi uirs a trial will attest.
We claim for our flours now on tho
m irket that they are second to none produced
from winter wheat.
Our Mason County and Kentucky
Brands wo continue to use, and are confident
that ihe quality of flour put out
under these Brands now are far superior
t our old stone mill flour. Wo have
substituted for our Maysville City Fancy,
the new name of ', Old Gold" patent.
To those who have tiied our new flours
we will say, that we will continue to improve
them gradually, as a new mill
natuially should. It is our aim and object
to place upon tho maiket, flour that
can be relied upon tho year around for
re'ular'ty and uniformity in quality.
We advise all who have not yot tried
our R"ller Flours to test their merits and
judge for themselves. Our flour of all
grades will be for sale at all Maysville
groceries by the pack or barrel.
RoniN80N & Co.
At P.lplev. Ohio, to the wife of Mr. John H.
glutei, u daughter.
or'ted dally by G.'w" Geihkl, grocer.
4 ond trejt, Maysville, Ky.
h tiixtone. ,., t 7 23
M Family . b !ii
Ot I O'lld ,. . 7 IK)
M 'oi, County i 2ft
K.Utueb MIIU B U0
L r. H5 IB
E . WA
C debits 2oin
M'l v fancy 75
C ml Oil, V ijal 20
"uiar, urauulated V tb II
" A. "$ 11)
" yellow tb 8a
Hams, sugar curel V lb 15
Bicou, bleak lust V IS
Hominy. V gallon 21)
UeatiH b gallon 4
Potatoes V peclc 15
DAILY .VrAUK MNK.
I.ini'i'r Licks to Dully.
I.eiv Blue Licks nt 5 o'clock n. m., and re
turning will leavn Maysville
a 2:30 o. m. Good stnxe and Vffigyjfr
caieful drivers. JOSEPH Hlilt'iWjN.
i'luctininti, 1'oriHni' ntli. His: Handy A
Vomcrxy I'ackot Coiupuny.
JOHN KYLE. Pi evident.
Lewis Glenn, Secietary and Tieasuier.
C. mid O. K. K. PACKETS
For MtuitiiiKtit,IoiiiroylHul an
TELEGRAPH, Moud's and Thursdays 5 p. m.
FLEETWOOD. Tuesdays and Frl mys, .'5 p. m.
BuSTOXA, Wednesdays and dntuiduyn. 0 p.m.
Portsmouth. all Mull and Why Landlugs,
BONANZA, Tuesdays,Thurdays Sat'ys, l.'ni.
Maysllle,AU Mall aud Way Landings.
MOKNING MAIL, dally (Sundays excepted)
Leave Cincinnati 4:30 a. in. Maysville, I p. m.
FielLht recelvod on wharf-
boat. C, M. HOLLOWAY.
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VtincebtiriCt Koni. i'oucortl. Sfnucfaeii.
ler aiidMHtyNyillo lnlly.Packot,
IIANOY ....'. .BRtfOE REDDEN. Capt.
Leves Vancebure daily at
5 o'clock a.m. tor Maysville.'
weaves .iavsviue i:au d. m.
'Conueets' at .Manchester with stage lor west
uuiou. rur ir'inuior puMige uppiynu ooaru.
J ANTED-Twenty head ot good Horses
1 and Mares, to he used 011 the Street
Ralliond. Apply to W. H. YANUE ,
at lauvey & Alexander's livery stable.
KENT The old Jllerbower home,
FOIl Ave rooms and kitchen, basement,
pantry and cellar. Lately leuovated
and In complete epalr. Apply to
in31d2v U. S. JUDD, Com t street.
Olt KENT Tin eeoi Ave rooms to hinall
F lamlly. Apply at a'JSdtf THIS OFFICE.
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liKA. No. 1, Champion Reaper
1?oit good lopalr. Will be sold at n bargain.
inSOdAwlw MYALL, RILEY Jfc PJRTER.
UO exchange 11?
JO ncies ot land near churches on Lawrence
creek, lor u noUse and lot in Chester. Apply
lp M. F. MARSH,
ml2 Library Building, Sutton StieeU
TUMI HAl.K A desliable resldeiico" in
J? Maysville, well located, tor 83,000,
m28dlw COCHRAN & SON.
orlck resldeuco on
i Second streot, containing nine rooms and
kitchen, with yaul attached, 0Q teet front by
lltideop m23d2w JXO. C. ADAMSON.
T?oit SA LE-A good Cooklnii Stove nnd
Jj utensllH. Call at Thomas Tuclor's tin stoie
Second street, between Market and Limestone.
NOTICE BRIDGE BUILDERS.
1 1 5 1 i-n 1
jijrjatu3 iii "o icvi.tv.
i date till the 15th ot June for building a
bridge on tho Blue Run and Audorson's Ferry;
XUriipiItU tvuitu uvot uiwti miivg u.uwn. ...,.t
miles below Maysville, Ky., at which time it,
will be glveu to tho lowest aud best bidder.
Each proposal munt be accompanied wl(u a
plau of the bridge. The company reserves the
right to reject all bids If not satisfactory. I
.will show tho situation to any ouedeshlng It.
'' ISAAC PEGfQSi President.
' .Ripley Bee copy until the I5tu and send bill
to this otUce.J. ...
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THE SUN 0"f &jy."
Decided opinion's expressed In Inngnneo
that can he under mod; Urn promptest, fullest
and most neuiiitetmulllaence of whatever
In the wide world N worth attention. That
Iswliatewrvhody w sure to llml In nny edition
of THE i-UN. Huhseilpttoii: 1)ait,y,
H puces), hj mail, 5) 11 month. 50a year:
Sunday 18 panes), pur year; Weekly
l.W. ENGLAND, PubllRher. N. Y. City.
PERFECTION SAVESPR1CE IN ONCE USING.
WINnnU Iteinoves drudgery of win-
UIIIUUVT ,w cleaning. Ask your
H I F A N F R merchant for it, orKendySo
..T,,rt " r (.amnio by mall. .
PEUPECTION WINDOW ULEANKH CO.,
Jid&wlmo Chicago, ill.
Cor. Sixth and Walnul Sts.
LKW18 VAnden, Proprietor. ,
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
JOSEPH H.DODSON will lomovo his grain
buslnes", on the 1st of July, from the present
stand on Sutton stteel, where ho has been
engatred the past ten yeais, to the grange
waiehousp, coiner of Second and Wall streets
opposite Daultou's sfible, where it will bo
conducted by his successors, DODSON & FRA-ZEE.
The new tlrm will continue the Grain,
Leaf Tobacco and Coal business in all of its
branches nnd keep on hand the best grades of
Pomeioy, and' Raymond City
Kaiiawiianud Blacksmith coal. Ofllops: corner
ol Wall and Second and coal ofllco and
yard Front street above lower grade.
Jfdlm DODSON &. FRAZEE.
J"E will offer at Publlo Sale on Tuesday,
TT , June 26th, at two o'clock, p. in., at.our
Carnage Factoiy. A Trotting Sulky, the
ol Frank Camden. It will be sold to pay
for the repairs. WILSON A DIETRICH.
THE PLACE TO GET CHEAP
IS ATi "
mch31dly SUTTON STREET.
Is the best place to get bargains in
G. W. GEISEL,
o. 9,H . feecoml St., Opi. Oporu Hotmc,
KiulUand Vecotableslu season. Your patronage
respectfully solicited. Iwdlv
BLONDINE lL.lt.llil ti.l. ru.niiii.lWnin.,. Ifdrugilithua't
m'fr. 154 V.4ih St.,CIn, tic
x voiun; i, eiiiren gut, I J.
14,508 .Boxes sold in a year, gy OWE
Act Directly on the Uvcr.
Cubks Chills and Tkvkr, DvsrKrsiJt,
Sick Hkadchbi Bilious Coi.ic,
TION, HltKUMATIM, PlLKS, PALPITATION
or tick Hkaiit, Pizzink&s, ToiU'iD I.ivkb,
COATKIlTONflUE, .SLKKl'MCViNKHrt, AND ALI.
Disk isksok" the Livkb and Stomach. It
you da not " feel very well." a single pill at
stlmuistes the stomach, restores
the appatlte. Imparts vigor to the system.
Hi E. SELLERS&, CO.; Pittsburgh, Pi.
--I ofler for sale a
in the Fifth Wnrd of Maysville, on tho northeast
corner of Fourth street and I) nice Alley,
tho lot troutlng sixty feet on Fourth street,
running uotth to Strawberiy Alley, being
feet wide at that end; Hruce Alley
being 011 the west. The house Is a neat.com
fottaole frame, in good tepair. A Large,
Good Stable is on tho lot alio.
Will make deed with generally warranty.
Inquire of W. H. WADMVORTH.
Muysvile, April 21, 18s3. wit
Miss KATE JAMES, Proprietor.
Bonry d the day or week. Pries reasonable.
Corner ot Sutton aud Frout Sts. al 10
w Ta n ." ' ' ,
r. . t.,1! nt Kirtnevs. L,ivcr anu
iv..i.iA.. umii. .ii.fc nnnvlis. nnd Diabetes.
utautlle of the Urinary Or- ,.
fans: To.pid Liver Imllgeailon, s! YJfs
jourStonuih, notit WropIcal si.X
iffectlous, Dspcplu Ji(
30 Doses for urcsuoui.
ihn .lnlnts. Vomit
tlin ITr..thrn. A SnpplflO fOI
Stnno In the Wndder: Luco&
i.n.... ni.nou'c iif ihn Prostntt
Gland, Brlght's Dlseaseol tho Kidneys)
J.T.LEE, Clnotnnatl, O. v
FRANK R. PHISTER
Has lust tecelved 500 copies of
A Treatise on the Horse
Ami HIS DISEASES,
By Dr. B. J. KENDALL.
Tho best work for tho money publish od.
Address mall ordora to .,, i,.a.
. s FRANK R. PHISTER,
"' tv ' iMayavIlle,
myOd&wtf - Ky.
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