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THE DAILY BULLETIN!
WEDNESDAY ,ETE., JUNE27,?.1883.
OUR following persons
nre uieiuuhuitacd agents Tor the Daily IIol
liETiy nl tlio plnccs named. Contracts for
subscription or advertising may be made
Shannon Win. Clnrv.
Lewisiiukg W. T. Berry
Mineuva W. H. Hawe.
Mt. Olivut Peter Myers.
Helena. R. M.HarrNou.
Mayslick J A JllCksoil.
Oranokiiuko H. P. Tolle.
Mt. h. HUglns.
Tockahoe. W. L. Hottou.
Slack's P. 0. M. V. Mornn.
Geumantown Rlcdon fc llro.
Fauhow'sStokk S. T. Fartow.
Mt. Caksikl T. A. Henderson.
Kekn Leaf Hurry Uuriroyno
Moki'IIY&villk. W. T. Tomlln.
Fouman'S Sr:iNas. J M. Hawley.
Washington Miss Anna Thomas.
Johnson Junction. Scruggs ,5: Bro.
IliLLSHOito. Kev. W. H. Harksdalo.
The above number represents tho circulation,
each week ot tho Daily and Weekly
Bulletin. AdvertUers are invited to call
and nssuro themselves or the truth of the
statement, nnd they are requested to bear In
mind that our ru es lor advertising nre the
Virginia has 5,587 schools, and of this
number over 1,500 nre for colored children.
Hon. John G. Oaiilisle has formally
announced himself as a candidate for
United States Senator.
The Republicans of Clark county have
nominated A. G. Bush for Representative
in tho Legislature.
General Gkesham is reported to be
contemplating important changes in post
oflice department officials.
The Kentucky Central extension from
Paris to Winchester has been finished. It
was in progress for two years.
Advices from Galveston state that the
reports of the terrible ravages of yellow
fever at Vera Cruz have not been exaggerated.
Adams county, 0, has nine prospective
candidates for Sheriff on the Democratic
ticket, with several townships to
General Crook has been ordered to
Washington by the Secretary of War,
for a consultation as to the final disposition
of the captured Apaches.
Hon. J. R. Hindman, Democratic candidate
for Lieutenant Governor, will address
the citizens of thii county, at the
Court House, in this city, on Monday
evening, July 16.
The Denver Tribune siys: It is said
that the Yankees are getting even with
the English by c itching the pesterous
sparrows, painting them yellow and then
shipping them across the water and
selling them as American canaries.
A direct charge of blackmail has been
placed in the President's hands against
Horton, whom Commissioner Evans has
made room for in the Internal Revenue
Department for tho purpose of improving
tho seryice. The charge is made by
Carter, Harris & Hawley, of Boston.
Mn. Georok Hancock, who lately re
tired from the hotel business at Mt.
Olivet, is about to embark in a
venture at that place. He was at
Cincinnati a few days ago and bought the
necessary outfit for a seven column paper,
which will appear in about two
weeks as tho Ilobortson County Democrat.
The Bulletin extends its best
Colonel II. E. Edmonson, of Lexington,
has bought 1,100 Short-horn high-grade
bulls for tho Franklin Land and
C.ittlo Company, composed .of B. B.
Groomes & Son, lato of Lexington, and
associated with an English syndicate,
and having 500,000 acres of land on the
Texas Pan-handle, stocked with 100,000
Texas cattle, for tho improvement of
which herd these build ate secured.
This is perhaps tho largest deal in cattle
ever known in this country.
The plan for tho consolidation of tho
Revenue distinct has at last been approved
by tho President and will go into
effect on tho first of July. Under the
arrangement tho six collection districts
in this State will bo reduced to four.
General Johh W. Finnell, of tho Sixth
(Covington) district, which is consolidated
with other districts, will bo rqtired.
This, tho Ninth district; is abolished ulso
by consolidation. Those who retain their
officers aro Snmuol It. Cumbaugh, of tho
Second district; Lewis Bucknor, of tho
Fifth (tho Louisville) district;-A M.
Swope, of tho Seventh, :and "W.'J.
of tho Eighth district.
Ad Address to Them. From a Committee
Appointed for tho Purpose.
At a meeting of some four hundred, ex-Confederate
Boldiers, who served in (Jen.
John H. Morgan's division of cavalry,
held at Lexington, Ky., Nov. 13, 1882, it
was resolved that an eflort ehould bo
made to assemble all tho surviving members
of that command. Lexington wns
designated as, tho pltce, and July 24, 25
and 20 as tho time of this re-union, bv
the coinmitteo empowered to make such
selection. At the same meeting an organization
will be adop'ed. Officers
were elected, nnd a coinmitteo charged
with the completion of all necessary arrangements
One of ,tho duties devolved upon this
committee was tho publication of nn address
to the the survivors of tho ten regiments
which Gen. Morgan commanded,
notifying them of the tune and place of
the re-union, and urging their attendance.
An invitation was alfo extended,
andjisheiebyrepeated to all who faith fu ly
served the Confederacy in any capacity,
ami to our fellow citizens generally.
We feel that we need do no more in
execution of the instructions given us to
urge our comrades to be upon
an occasion of such interest to tham all,
than simply bring it to their attention.
We feel sure that no one of them, who
can possibly come, will fail to lespond to
such a call. The names of nearly 5,000
men were borne upon the regimental
muster rolls of Morgan's div.sion. What
number of these yet live wo have no
means of estimating. We have reason
to think that about one thousand lost
their lives in the service or died in
prison. But of those who passed unharmed
through tho ordeals of battle,
sickness and captivity, a large p 'opoition
must still survive. "While these veter
ans are widely scatteicd and live in
every Southern State, the greatest, number
of them reside in Kentucky. It has
been thought fitting, therefore that they
should reassemble in Kentucky; that
t le Mc r.'an men of Kentucky should
send greeting and proffer hdspitality to
their comrades elsewhere. And we believe
that Lexington, the homo of Morgan,
the place where the nucleus of his
command was raised; and where his
body lies buried amid tho remains of
kinsmen and comrades who also gave
their lives to the South, is the place
where those who followed him will prefer
Many years have elapsed since in camp
and field wo were nearer each other than
brethren. Nearly half the life of a generation
has passed since serving a cause
which inspired a devotion admitting no
rival sentiment, we shared the hivounc
and rode together to battle. Events vivid
at the time may have grown dim in our
memories; much which impressed us
then is forgotten now. But the associa
tions connected with that thrilling penod
can perish only with life, and the friendships
formed then in the glow of earlv
manhood nnd amid influences which
made friendship intense and unselfish,
are eternal. If this re-union be generally
attended, it will afford an opportunity redo
a work too long nedee'ed It will
not only revive tho warm affiliation
which should obtain between those who
are living, and provide means by which
they may at all times hold communication,
but we can pay proper tribute to
those who died. We are ignorant of the
fate of a great many of our comrades,
except that they fell. They sacrificed
their lives for cause and country, and yet
we know not how nor where" they met
death and they sleep in nameless graves.
Ourofficiiil reports with their lists of casualties
commemorated th fate of those
who wore slain in the combats whose his
tory bus been preserved, but some of our
bravest went down inobs ureskirmishe?
a id desperate, yetunmentioned, conflicts
and the places of their last rest, unmarked
and unknown, line the track of Morgan's
marches from regions south of the
Tennessee to that north of the Ohio.
Although ignorant of their fate, we know
their courage and devotion, and we know
that wherever and in what shape en
countered, their deaths wero as gallant
as their lives. When wo aro together
again we may gather from general recital
facts which mav entihln tia rr mirmise
with purtial accuracy what became of
these bravo men. Enough to enable us
to give somo answer to the anxious and
ever-recurring inquiries of their friends.
and to yet more nearly complete that
record tne south owes those who died in
We ask you, therefore, comrades, to
come to this and aid m the
work. Especially do we invito you who
live in other States. You wero not wont
to dread long marches, and you know the
way to Kentucky. It will bo pleasant to
meet again, and wo lmy bo able to serve
the living and do tardy justice to tho
dead. Basil V. Duke,
James E. Cantrill,
Stephen G. Sharp.
Satin fans are very fashionable.
All shades of gray aro in high favor.
The pelisso is all tho rage for children.
Peaked brimmed bonnets grow in favor.
Gold-colored stockings are in high favor.
Shot silks and satins will be worn in
Faille will will be the leading dress
fabric next winter.
Largo collars, cape3 and pelerines are
Pleated brim and cap-crown bonnets
are much worn.
Tiie Bhort, glace kid glove is almost a
thing of tho past.
French gray and Egyptian red combine
well in costumes.
Long wristed tan colored and buff
gloves are all tho rage.
Lace is tho correct trimming for all
one fabric thin dresses.
Hats aro worn far back on tho. head,
bonnets tip tilted forward.
"Waistcoats for ladies aro revived, and
worn under cut-away jackets.
Children's muslin' ,c'aps have wide
brims or borders of embroidery.
Or th Ke.HtackTcoBtral Ballrbad.
Time table In effect May 20, 1883.J
10 12 11 f 9
stations. Ex AC, STATIONS. c.Ex.
A.M. P. M A.M P.M
Live.Maysrllle. 60Q 13 30 lire Lex'ton 145
Hum'ltt 13 43 Lvo juov'tntt 3(10
" Clark's., 6 17 12 4S Lve.Parln.... 'Til 635
Afars'll..! 623 12 63 " JPJu'c'n
" Helena. 6 3.) 1 US " Mll'b'g.. "i"m 600
" Johu'n.. 6 43 1 18 " Carlisle 730 020
6 43 1 20 " Meyers. 7 45 6 36
i Ewlng... 6 63 1 25 " P.Val'y 7 61 6 42
i Co wan.. 65S 1 80 " Cowan- 8 01 6 52
I. P.Vnl'y. 7 1)8 i as " Ewlng.. 807 6 68
" Meyers.. 7 15 1 45 " Ellz'lFe. 8 11 702
uarusie, 7 30 2 00 " John'u. 8 17 7 08
Millers. " Helena. 8 2-1 7 15
" Mil'bu'g "750 2 18 " Man'll.. 837 720
" 1IU'0'U " Clark's 8 42 7 80
Arr. Paris 8 15 2 40 8nm'ltt 8 47 730
Arr. Lex'ton 0 10 3 4) Arr. Maysville 0 00 760
Arr. Cov'ton 11 30 6(10 A.M. P.M
A.M. P. M
Connects at Lexington with the C. &0. It.
R. for Ashland, Huntington nnd nil points
In the East nnd Southeast with the C. N. O.
&. T. P. R. H., for Chnttuuoga nnd the South,
with, tho L. & N. R. It. lor Fruukfort uud
V. C. SADLER, Agent,
C. L. BROWN,
G. P. nnd T. A.
Covington, Flcnilngslmrg nnd Pound
Connecting with Trains on K. C. R. It.
neave Fj.emisqsi!I7HGI tor Johnson Station:
5:45 n.m. Cincinnati Express.
iu. Maysville Accommodation
3:25 p. m. Lexington.
7:02 p. m. Mnysvllle Express.
LenveJoiiNsoN Station lor Flemlmjslmrgon
luo ttrilvm of Trains on the K. C. K. R.:
0:23 a. m. 4:00 p. m.
!):4S n. in. 7:37 o. m.
We put on salo this
Dozen Unlaundried Shirts,
Linen Bosoms and Cuffs open
and closed fronts at 81.00 eaeh.
These shirts are made for us and
branded " Tho Best" and are justly
entitled to tho name, THE BEST.
J. W. SPARKS & BRO.,
14d2w No. 24, Market St.
a The following are among the lending
Business Establishments of Maysville. Customers
will And these houses reliable nnd occupying
a commanding position lu their
Locksmiths and Bell-Hangers.
Are prepared to put up Electric House Bells
which are not exposed iu the loom Illto tho
old style. Prices low. Call nnd see wimples.
SecondStreot, myl4 MAYSVILLE, KY.
i . imoivauxu, m. i.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Oftlce and lestdence south-east corner of
Third and Sutton stieeti. Will uive special
attention to diseases peculiar to females.
riNcii t co.,
GRAIN, FLOTJR and HEMP.
Cor. Ttitrd and Sutton titreet),
meh301y MAYSVILLE, KY.
A M. KOGEK.S,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
41 E. Sec. St. mcliSOly MA YS V1LLE, ICY,
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Custom work a specialty. Large stock. All
kluds at lowest prices.
No. 47, Market stree ,two doors below D. A.
& Co.'s grocery.
a4dJfcwly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Dealers In Staple aud Fancy
No. 3. Enterprise Block, Secoud Street,
apUdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Second street, next door to Dr. Martin's
apWdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
pi ROIiEIir DAWSON A CO..
CIGARS and CONFECTIONERY.
ICE CKEA31 A SPECIALTY.
FRESH ROLLS AND CAKES EVERY DAY.
Second Stre EAST MAYSVILLE.
N. MINEK A IlltO,
Boots, Shoes, Leather
No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets.
mchaidly MAYSVILLE, KY.
D K.T.H.X. SHITII,
Will devote his whole time to the preservation
of the natural teeth. Dr. C. v, Wardle
will take charge ot all tho mechanical work,
such as gold, sllver.contlnuousguin, celluloid
and rubber plates. mchaidly
pONEW fc AXiIiEX,
STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE,
mantels, etc. Bole agents for the celebrated
Omaha and Loader stoves. Rooting aud guttering
promptly and satisfactorily done. Corner
of Market and Third streets, A. R. Glascock's
old stand. apUOdlw
pi II. TitAXEIi,
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ice cream parlors open for the season. Absolutely
puro caudles. Fresh bread of all
kinds. Furnishing weddings aud parties a
specialty. Prices low. may4dly
Proprietor of the celobrated brands : Hod
the Fort, Parlor Queen Hubbard.
Best cigars in tho market. Full varloty of
Secoud street, ally MAYSVILLE, KY.
Contractor and Builder.
PInns and Specifications furnished and
nil work promptly and satisfactorily done.
Shop on second street, opposite Hteh school.
apl6dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
p IOnUE 1C. IIEIMER,
Pineapple Hams. Home-made feast Cakes:
maySOdly SECOND STREET.
i h. judi,
ATTOKNET AT LAW.
Real Entntonml Collecting Agency.
Court St., (nplSdly) MAYSVILLE, KY.
pi EO. COX ANON,
Dealers In Staple nnd Fancy
mch311y MAYSVILLE, KY.
Tl OIiT HICHKSOX,
Dealer In Staple and Fancy
has REMOVED from his old stand to the
building on Second street lately occupied by
Charles H. Frank. upl3dly
J UNT fc DOYliE,
Every now shade In
Crushed Strawberry, Electric Blue, Egyptian
etc., and new Trimmings to mnlch.
.Second St., mchUlly MAYSVILLE, KY.
C. OWE.V4 fc CO.
This space has been reserved tor their advertisement.
LOOK OUT FOR IT.
Daily FISH Market.
River, Lake aud salt water fish. Prices reduced
this day to 8 nnd 10 cents a pound.
Market street, aI8 MAYSVILLE, K.
TOIIX ll.POYXTZ, J K.,
Oldest, and best Companies. Insures for
full value. Low rates. Losses promptly paid.
No discounts No delays. OHlco corner Third
and Market streets. aplGdly
TAS. U. SAIiliEE, GLAKENCK i. 8ALLEE.
Hnlloc A Snllcc,
ATTORNEYS AT Uff
INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Court Street, (seplOdly) MAYSVILLE, KY
WALTHAM WATOH STORE.
Headquarters for Clocks, Silver Goods, Jewelry
etc. All work promptly and satisfactorily
done. Second St., East of Market, apl"
T W. SPARKS A- llltd.,
Ko.Vi, MARKET STREET.
NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS
and Window Shades. Good Carpets at 30. :'5,
40, 45, ol), 00, Oo, 70, 75. nud DO cts., 81.00 au-l S1.25
per yard. mchSldly
(Successors to Thomas Jackson,)
Livery, Sale and Feed Stables
Street Hack orders promptly attended to at
all times. Fiuest nud latest style Turnouts.
Horses bought and soldou Commission. Market
St., four doors below Central Hotel. al23
TOIIX T. FEEMIXG.
Represents the London aud Liverpool and
Globe. Qermau American, of Now York, aud
Pheulx. ot Brooklyn. Also agent lor Blue
Lick Water. Oltlco corner of Front and Sutton
T F. RYAN.
Manufacturer and dealer lu hand, pocket
STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS,
Dates &c. Onus, Pistol?, Trunks, Valises and
Sewing Machine repaired. Trumpets put up
bells huug, nud keys made to order. Stencil
cutting a specialty.
Second St., apl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ice cream and soda water. Fresh bread
aud cakes. Paitles and weddings luruished
ou short notice.
35 Second St., may3dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
I- W. UAEURA1TH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Real Estate nuI Collecting
Third street, near Court house,
mylOly MAYSVILLE, KY.
T AXE it WOKUICIi,
Contractors, Architects, Builders.
Plans and specifications furnished nn reasonable
terms nud all work satisfactorily nud
promptly done. Otllceou Third street, between
wall and Suttou. aplildly
vrORUISOX A KACKIiEY,
Wholesale and Retail
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
Second Street, (mh2Sly) MAYSVILLE, KY.
YIS EOU vowiaxu,
Latestsprlng styles of Hats. Ilonuots, Ribbons,
Flowers and Millinery Goods generally.
Entire satisfaction uuurauteed In ull cases.
Secoud, opposite Opera House, miiylly
M RS. F, H.COIililXS,
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING.
Latest styles of Hats, Bonnets. Laces and
Millinery Notions. Prices low, Second street,
Mrs. GporgoJlurroyrH' old stand. npllOdly
lyrcDOUGIiE A UOI.TOX,
5,000 STANDARD PRINTS
at 5 cents Job lot of seasonablogoodsjust received,
Prints, Lawns, Ginghams, Parasols
and Fans at bottom prices. apiadly
VTISS MATTIE OARR,
Second street', January's Block,
Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces,
Feathers, Triramlugs etc, of thellatost styles.
Prices Low. mch31dly
i ; r , ,
ATTAR NKY 'AT MW
Jatrtilce r tho Peace,
REAL ESTATTand INSURANCE AGENT.
Will ad vertlse and sell real estate. No charges
whatever unless a sale Is consummated.
Deeds, mortgages Ac. written at rates as low as
any one's. Office Library Building, Sutton
FURNISHING GOODS ami
Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises. The latest
spring stylesjust received.
Market St., aplOdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
TITRS. A. J. WIIiMAMS
Rugs, Oil Cloths, and Mattings
Will be sold CHEAP for tho next thirty days,
Call aud see them.
mcu301y JXo. 29, East Second Street.
jyrns. m. archdeacon,
(Formerly Miss Maggie Rasp,)
has Just received a full supply of all of tho
latest styles in Millinery Goods. Hats, Bonnets.
Laces. Trimmings and all seasonable
novelties. The ladles are invited to call.
Market street, ai'.'3ly MAYSVILLE.
JITRS. MAR YE. THOMAS,
Millinery and Notions,
Announces that she has Just received her
spring stock, which will bo found very attractive
and that she has also secured the services
of an accomplished trimmer from Cincinnati.
Ono price only.
13 E. Second St., ndly MAYSVILLE, KY.
jlTOSE DAUETOX A WHO.,
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full line of all kinds of vehicles ou hand
for sale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by
day, week or month. Largest and best appointed
Livery Stablo In the west. Prices as
ipwasany. Best attention to vehicles stoied.
Telephone connection. No. 411 nud 42 west
Second St., apl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(Successors to Cooper Jt 13issot,
DcnlcrH In Stoves, RmiKCH, Mnrlilelzed
Miuiti,nml inniiulactiirerH ofTtu,
Copper ami Sheet Iron Ware.
Special attention paid to tin rootling, gutter
and spouting. Practical plumbers, gas and
steam fitters. Wrought iron and lead pipes,
vc. All work attended to promptly and
23 E. Secoud St., aOdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
O WENS fc HARKLEY,
Nos.57nnd 59 Second and 10 Sutton streets,
have Just received a lare stock of Improved
VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS,
the greatest labor-saving Implement ever offered
to farmers. The best tobacco hoes and
tobacco barn hardware of all kinds. apllG
pAlTE J. AXWERSOX, .ii j
A'o. 21 Mttrket St., nearly opp. Central Hotel,
Ojpice Open at all Hours. MATS VILLE, KY
1 Q A, MEANS,
FlllI .... lllin .... rf Unvtnl TCnVtaa nn.1 nit n.A1A
v ut -. M. JJ-- UUU 111! (It Ul.lCl ItJ
quired by the undertaking trade. Oiders
piomptly attended to day or night
touiy iVo. 01, East Second Street,
QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE,
Glass. Cutlery, Notions, eto No. 45 Market
Street. East side, between Second and Third,
aiildUm MAYSVILLE, KY.
O J. UA17GHERTY,
No. 0, West Second Street.
Mminmontu Tnhlnta nml Kiuilitnnoi i
ways on hand. Orders by mail will receive
the sumo prompt attention us if delivered In
Sanitary Engineer, Gas and Steam-fitter, i
Dealer lu plumber's goods, Pumps, Hose,
and Water Gauges. No. H west Second street,,,
tlmiltn nlnnl'n amAna "U
ufiwiiiv VTViaci a giuvui
apl'dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
T. F. KIFF,
jBATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work promptly nnd satisfactorily 'done.!
'leims reasonable. Front street, betweeuJ
Market nud Suttou. npllOdly
AfniinfnntlirflP nnd nrlrrlnntni rf iA aaIa
irntoil ltiii mil tf l
Silver Dollar, Win. Hunt's Dark Horse, Hap-1
raiiiusio, xiiiuu ueuuues, Luiuwoou an
Jold Slugs. Secoud Street, Maysville, Ky,
Wo will not bo undersold by auy house In!
Kentucky or at Clucl.inatl, if we have halt a
mchSldly MAYSVILLE, KY,
W. 11. MATHEWS .V CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers
Building and Dressed Lumber,!
Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Doors, SashS
Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, &o. I
iiiuuoui j Msi 18 YlULtE, KX.
W J XV. EYXCH,
Manufacturer of aud Dealor In
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladles' and children's fine shoes a specialty
Custom work made to order. Itepalrlug neatly
uuu pruiupuy uoue at, mouerateouarges.
No. 41 Market steett,East side,
ally MAYSVILLE, KY
TANOEY A ALEXANUEK,
LIVERY, SALE 'AND FEED STABLES.
Vehicles otall kinds, good stock and eareful
drivers. .Horses' kopt by tho day, or week on
reasonable terms. Secoud st,, between Market