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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY EVE., JULY 12, 1833.
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Lewisiiuho W. T. Berry.
MiNKitVA W. 11. Ilnwes
Mt.oi.ivkt Peter Myers.
Helena. ft. M. HnrrKon.
J. A Juclfon.
OitANOKnuKn It. P. Tolle.
Mt. s. mollis.
Tuckahok. V. L. Holton,
Slack's P. O M. V. Mornn.
Elizavillk W. H. Stewart.
Gkkmantown Itlgdou & Bro.
Fakhow' T. Farrow.
Mt. Caumkl T. A. Henderson.
Fkkn Leak Harry Burgoyne
MUUl'IIYSVILLK. w. T. Tomlln.
FOKMAN'S Sl'KINGS. I M. HaWlej.
Washington Miss Anna Thomas.
Johnson Junction. Scruggs ifc Bro.
IliLLSiioitn. Kev. W. II. Hnrksdalo.
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Elam, tlie wounded Virginia duelist,
The pension list now being printed at
"Washington contains 300,000 names.
Provisions are about exhausted at
Damietta.and starvation threatens to supplement
the raging cholera epidemic.
The Surgeon General is informed that
tho steamship City of Mexico left Havana
on the 7th for New York with supposed
cases of yellow fever on board.
The committee to secure works of art
in the East for the Southern Exposition
has been very successful and t e art exhibit
will rival the best ever seen in the
Tin: window glass makers, who are in
session in Pittsburg, say the new tariff
has reduced their profits ten per cent.
They want to reduce tho wages of their
Believing that the next Congress will
extend the bonded whisky period, the
ownoin of that article will go on exporting
it, just as though the Attorney General
hud rendered no opinion.
A ituMon is current nt Washington
that the Secretary of tho Treasury will
recommend tho purchase of the trade
dollar by tho Government nt its bullion
value, which is eighty-five cents.
The now Postmaster General has decided
that postmasters who fail to notify
publishers when sub?cribers remove or
fail to take papers from tho postofiice,
shall be responsible for the subscription.
Tiiiiei: hundred pounds of fish were
recently taken from a single run of trot
line in Green rivor, at the mouth of Richland
creek. Tho haul consisted of thirteen
fish, weighing from fifteen to sixty-eight
On account of difficulty in getting tho
right of way through Louisville, C. P.
Huntington has decided to build from
Lexington to Elizabethtown, and work
on the new line, which will be a short
cut, will be begun nt once.
Reports from one thousand points in
the West'and Northwest show a marked
improvement in the crops during the
warm weather of the last two weeks. The
July report from tho Agricultural Department
in Washington is of the same
A delegation from Georgia have had
nn interview with tho President regarding
tho removal of Genet al Longstreet,
on the ground that ho is not in symp. -thy
with the Republicans. They were
given no encouragement, it being tho
President's purpose to mako no removals
for political purposes.
Tin: Riploy 13eo and Times says: A
terrible tragedy was enacted Sunday by
George Ayers, a wealthy farmer living
half n mile from Salom Station, Rroivn
county, on the Cincinnati & Eastern
Railroad. Mr. Ayers, who is about sixty
years old, shot his grandson, Charles
Preston, a young man, while in bed that
morning, and then set tho house- on fire,
shot himself, and was burned up in tho
fire. Young Preston was rescuod from
Iho fire but died a few minutes lator.
Ayrcs was an Englishman by birth, is
thought to have been insane from tho
death of his wife about a year ago.
Ayres' daughter-in-law kept houso for
him. Another grandchild lay beside the
ono shot, but was not harmed by 'tho insane
WHITE HURLEY T01WCCO.
How to Cultivate nnd Raise a
A correspondent of tho Georgetown
(Ky.) Tiini's, writing from Owen county,
in it recent issue wild ; As tho people in
your county are interested in tobacco, a
tow thouirlits BUiigestod by practical ex
perience and by the way in which some
ot our best tobacco planters cultivate anu
handle tho weed, will bo given with tho
hope that they mar be of service to some
of your readers. Wo aro often told that
no two planters will agree upon the same
way of cultivating and handling tho
crop. This mav he so to a certain extent
in minor details, in some Communities.
The right method of cultivating tho crop
is the" same with intelligent tobneed
raisers everywhere, adopted after careful
thought and observation. In the vicinity
of Dallasburg and on 'Possum Ridge, ih
this county, the fine leaf is Inndo a specialty,
hence the Cultivation varies to
some extent with that of other localities
where the coarser grades are raised. It
is a common rule with nil raisers of fine
tobacco to top the plant high, from twenty
to twenty-four leaves, and set it as
close together as possible, three nnd a
half feet by eighteen inches. This is the
way Mr. Ben. K. Davis, of Dallas, raised
his premium hogshead, which brought
S05 per hundred in Cincinnati. On the
other hand where the coarser leaf is desired,
it is set three and a half feet by
two and a half, and topped from fourteen
to sixteen leaves.
The soil also affects to some extent the
color and texture of the leaf ; new ground
being better adapted to liner grades than
old ground. It is held by many that sugar
tree and walnut land will bring only
tho heavy, dark leaf, but I have heforo
me a sample as fine and as bright as I
ever saw raised upon this kind of land
in tho Greenun Church neighborhood,
where any ono familiar with the country
knows that sugar tree and walnut land
predominates. Locust land, in my judgment,
will bring as fine tobacco upon
tair trial, as any soil, hi tho neighborhood
ofj Kincatd Station, Scott county,
is a body of this kind of land, which, "if
properly set and cultivated, would bring
as fine a grade of tobacco as the soil of
In cutting, let the leaf get thoroughly
ripe, otherwise you lose in both colo'r
and weight. Many good crops have been
spoiled through the timidity of the planter.
As soon as it begins to get a little
cool the averago farmer gets on a big
scare and cuts his tobacqo green, forgetting
that tho damage thus done to the
crop is equal, if not greater, than Jack
Frost could do, were he to come. To be
a successful tobocco raiser requires a deal
of courage, and great patience. In handling
it is bettor to cut and lay the plant,
and then carefully hang after it is wilted,
and then haul immediately and put upon
t.ie scaffold or in the barn. The tobacco
would be brighter could it bo put in the
house at once, but this would require
more room than most men could afford.
It is brighter because the dews or rain
it may get upon the scaffold darken tho
In stripping, never mix the grades,
butassort carefully, and keep each kind
to itself. To assort properly requires
judgment and experience, and can't be
learned from papers. The tobacco planter
ought to keep pasted in his hat tho
motto not to overcrop himself. Two and
a half acres to the hand is u good
and will keep him busv. In common
parlance he can "tend at'' more,
but not properly cultivate it. Unlike
other crops, tobacco requires constant
attention from the time it is "t until it
i in the house, and the man h talks of
pitching a field of tobacco as lightly as if
lie were sowing a field of wheat or planting
a field of corn, will find out his ink-take,
and in duo time the magnitude of
What the Camulian Prophet Has to Say
About the Weather iu July and An-gust.
the storm rnnions or july.
1st and 2nd W et nnd stormy in most
sections ; very high winds.
3rd and 4th Unsettled, showery,
south of lakes and in Middle Stated ; unsettled
up to thoith.
7th and 8th Sultry and windy ; storm
9th and 10th Sultry and windy; storm
clouds; evenings cool.
Uth and 12th Sultry and windy; storm
cluds; evenings cool." About tho same
up to tho lGth or 17th.
17th and 18th Storms and floods in
Kansas and Missouri.
J 9th and 20th Very heavy rains and
generally sultry weather, with thunder
and wind storms through Middle and
21st and 22nd More settled and cooler:
frosty in New York State and nt points'
2I5rd and 24th Heat and sultriness;;
drouths in portions of Pennsylvania and
adjacent States. j
24th and 25ih Groat heat with scat-i
tercd rain storms and thunder, with '
hail; hottest part of the month. I
27th and 2Sth Cooler; storms along
tho Hudson to New York; heavy rains
in Northern sections. I
29th to 31st Cooler for brief period,
with pretty general storms at close of i
month ami entry oi August ; heavy rains
and floods at Western points.
The first week of tho month is likely
to give heat and some severe local storms
where these wero experienced Inst year.
Hail should be guarded against in Western
sections. I think tho fore portion of'
this month will be characterized by wide-!
spread heat. First change to cooler!
weather after the 10th, when a very de-
elded relapse to cool weather may take
place, with oven snowfalls in mountainous
To most children tho bnro suggestion
of a dose of castor oil is nauseating. Why
not, then, when physic is necessary for
tho little ones, uso Ayor's Cathartic Pills?
Thoy combine overy essential nnd valuable
principle of a cathartic medicine,
and being sugar coated are easily taken.
" Tho following are among the leading
Business Establishments of Mnysvlllo. Customers
will And these houses reliable nnd occupying
a commanding position lu, their respective
" , I r
Locksmiths and Bell-Hangers.
' ' I 1 ! ' 1
up Electric House Bolls
which are not exposed In tho room llko tho
old style. Prices low. Call and see samples.
SecondStreet, myH MAYSVILLE, KY.
A G. DROWNING, M. D
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OIllco and residence south-east comer of
Third and Suttou streets. Will slve special
attention to dlienses peculiar to females.
A FINCH A CO ,
GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP.
Cor. Thfrd and Sutton Streets,
mchSOly MAYSVILLE, KY.
A 31. ROGERS,
DEALER IN ,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
41 E. Sec. St, nichaniy MA YSVILLE, KY,
A IIONAN'S ,
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
Custom work a specialty. Large stock. All
kinds at lowest prices.
No. 47, Market streo ,two doors below D. A.
Richardson & Co.'s giocery.
nld&wly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Dealers In Staple and Faucy
No. 3. -Enterprise Block. Second Street,
uplAtly MAYSVILLE, KY.
a AM 31 OX,
Second street, next door to Dr. Martin's ' ,
nplfidly MAYSVILLE. KY.
1 RODERT DAWSON fc CO..
CIGARS and CONFECTIONERY.
ICECREAM A SPECIALTY.
FKESH ROLLS AND CAKES EVERY DAY.
Second Street, EAST MAYSVILLE.
p S. MINER t& RRO,
Boots, Shoes, Leather
No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets,
mch31dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
D R.T.II. N. SMITH,-
Will devote his whola time to tho preservation
of the natural teeth. Dr. C. W. Waidlo
will take charge ot nil the mechanical work,
such as gold, sllver.coutlnuousgum, celluloid
and rubber plates. inch31dly
pittXEW A ALLE.V,
STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE,
mantels, etc. Solo agents for tho celebrated
Omaha and stoves. Rooting and guttering
promptly nnd satisfactorily done. Corner
ot Market and Third itreets, A. R. Glascock's
old stand. npHHdlw
Proprietor of the celebrated brands: Hold
the Fort, Parlor Queen and .Mother Hubbard.
Best cigars lu the market. Full variety ol
Hecoud street, ally MAYSVILLE. KY.
P II. TltAXEE,
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ice cream parlors open for the season. Absolutely
pure candles. Fresh bread of nil
iuuiis. lumusiung weuuiugs anu parties n
specialty. Prices low. may -Idly
1 M. WILLIAMS,
Contractor and Builder.
Plnus and Specifications furnished nnd
all work promptly and satisfactorily done.
Shoponsecoud street, opposite High school.
aplGdly MAYSVILLE. KY.
pKOIKJK II. IIEISEK,
Pineapple Hams. Home-made Yeast Cakes.
mny30dly SECOND STREET.
p S. JU1)I,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ileal Estate mul Collecting' AKeiicj.
Court St., (npl2dly) MAYSVILLE. KY.
pEO. COX tV SOX,
Dealers lu Staple ami Fancy
inchSlly MAYSVILLE, ICY.
ri OLT KICIIESOX,
-Dealer lu Staple and Fancy
has REMOVED from his old .stand to the
building on Second streut lately occupied by
Charles II. Frank. nptfdly
Every new shnde In
Crushed Strawberry, Electric lllue, Egyptian
etc., and new Trim tilings to mntch.
Second St., nichatly .MAYSVILLE, KY.
Daily FISH Market.
River, Lake nnd salt water fish. Prices reduced
this day to 8 and lu cents n pound.
Market street, al8 MAYSVILLE, KY.
TOIIN a. POYNTZ, JR.,
Oldest nnd best Companies. Insures for
full value, Low rates. Losses promptly paid.
No discounts No delays, Olllce corner Third
uud Market streets. aplOdly
TAS. H. BAI.IjKK, OLARKNOB h.
Nnllee A Nallee,
ATTORN ETN AT LAW
INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Court Street, (seplGdly) MAYSVILLE, KY
WALTHAM WATCH STORE.
Headquarters for Clocks, Sliver (jfoods, Jewelry
etc. All work promptly and satisfactorily
done. Second St., East of Market. apI7
T W. SPARKS MHO.,
Xo. 21, MARKET STREET.
NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS
and Window Similes. Good Carwets nt 30. "5,
W, 45, W, (JO, 0-5, 70, 75. nud 90 cts., Sl.00 nn I 51.2o
per yard. ruchflldly
TAJIKS tt: CAR It,
(Successors to Thomas Jncltsou,)
Livery, Sale and Feed Stables
Street riark oivlers promptly attended to nt
all tliues. Finest and latest style Turnouts.
Horses bought nnd sold on Commission. Market
St. four doors below Central Hotel. n!2a
TOIIN T. 1'LE.UIXG.
Represents the London nnd Liverpool and
(Jlobe, German American, ol New York, and
Pheulx, of Brooklyn. A Wo agent lor Ulue
Lick Water. Olllce corner of Front and Sutton
T '. RYAX.
Manufacturer and dealer Iu baud, pocket
STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS,
Dhtes &c. Guns, Pistol"., Trunks, Valises and
Sewing Machine-; repaired. Trumpets put up
bells hung, and koys mnde to order, steucll
cutting a specialty.
Second St., np!7dly MAYSVILLE, ICY.
r Aeon lixx,
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ice" cream and soda waten Fresh- bread
and cakes. Parties and weddlugs furnished
on short notice.
55 Second St., inay3dly MAYSVILLE, ICY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Real Estate mail Collecting- Agency.
Third street, near Court house,
niylOly MAYSVILLE. KY.
r AXE di WORRICH,
Contractors, Architects, Builders.
Plans and specifications furnished nn reasonable
terms and all work satisfactorily nud
promptly done. Ofllcuou Third street,
Wnll aud Sutton. npllldly
ATOURIHOX de KACKLEY.
Wholesale and Retail
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
SecondStreet, (nihSSly) MAYSVILLE, KY.
VTIliS LOU 1'OWLIXG,
Latest spring styles of Hats. Bonnets, Ribbons,
Flower and Millinery Goods generally.
Entires'itUfactlou uuarnuteed lu all cases.
Second, opposite Opera House. muyHy
jTRS. I', U. COLLIXS,
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING.
Latest styles of Hots, Bonnets, Laces and
Millinery otlons. Prices low. SecondStreet,
Mrs. George Burrows' old stand. npllOdly
'JITcDOUULE fc IIOLTOX,
5,000 STANDARD PRINTS
at 5 cent Job lot of seasoiiablenoods lust re-
celvel, Pi hits, Lawns, Ginghams, Parasols
and Fans nt bottom prices. npiadly i
yrWW .UATTIE CARK,
SecondStreet, January's Block.
Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces,
Feathers, Trimmings etc., ol the latest styles.
Prices Low. iuch3ldly
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
JnHtlce of the Pence,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
Will advertise and hell real estate. No charges
whatever unless a sale Is consummated.
Deeds, mortgages c. written at rates us low as
any ouo's. Olllce Library Bulldlug, Sutton
FURNISHING GOODS nud
Hats. Caps, Trunks nnd Valises. The latest
spring stylesjust received.
Market St., aplGdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
A. J. WILLIAMS.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will bo sold CHEAP for the next thirty days,
Call nud see them.
mcli301y Jo. 29, East Second Street.
ritS. jr. ARCHDEACON,
(Formerly Miss Maggie Rasp,)
hns Just received a full supply of nil of the
latest styles In Millinery Goods. Hats, Bonnets,
Laces, Trimmings nud nil seasonable
novelties. The ladles are Invited to rail.
Mnrkot street, nl'.'3ly MAYSVILLE.
M RM. MARY E. TIIO.UAS,
Millinery and Notions,
Announces that she has Just received her
spring stock, which will be found very attractive
aud that she has also secured the services
of an accomplished trimmer from Cincinnati.
One price only.
18 E. Second st., nlUly MAYSVILLE, KY.
A TONE DACLTON A HMO.,
GOOD INTENT .
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full Mile of all kind's of vehicles on hand
forsalo, hire or exchange. .Horses kept by
day, weelc or month. Largest and best np
pointed Livery Stnblo In the west. Prices ns
io w ns any. Best attention to vehicles stoied.
Telephone connection. No. 40 nnd 42 west
Second St., npl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Nos.57nnd 69 Second and 10 Sutton streets,
have Just received n lanjo stock of Improved
VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS,
the greatost labor-saving Implement ever offered
to fnrmerH. The best tobacco' hoes aud
tobacco barn hardwaie of nil kinds. npUO
BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(Successors to Cooper & Blssot,
DenletH in 8toveq, Range, Mnrblelsed
iiinntil'nctnrerft of Tin,
Copper Rial Sheet-Iron Ware.
Special attention paid to tlu rootling, gutter
and spouting. Practical plumbers, gas and
steam fitters. Wrought Iron and lead pipes,
Ac. All work utteuded to promptly uud
23 E. Second St., nOdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
AUL D. AXOERNOX,
iS'o. 21 Mmrfcet St., nearly opp. Central Hotel,
Office Open nt all Hours. MAYSVILLE, KY
Q A, MEANS,
Full line of Burial Robes nnd all articles required
by the undertaking trade. Orders
promptly ntteuded to day or night.
i:)Uly io. 01, Edit Second Street,
QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE,
Glass. Cutlerv. Notions, etc No. Market
htreet, hnst side, between Second and Third,
u21dm MAYSVILLE, KY.
O J. UAVG1IERTY,
No. G, West Second Htieet.
Monumehts, Tablets nud Headstones always
on hand. Orders by mull will receive
the same prompt attention as 11 delivered in
O R. OLDIIA.1I,
Snnttnry Engineer. Gns and Steam-fitter.
Dealer in plumber's goods, Pumps, Hose,
Sewer Pipes, Lead nnd Iron Piping, Stenm
nnd Water Gauges. No. H west Second street,
opposite Gelsel's grocery,
nplTdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
T 1 KIEF,
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work promptly nnd satisfactorily done.
Teims renouablo. Front street, toween
Market nud Sutton. npllOdly
WILLI AMUFl VST.
Manufacturer and originator of the celo
brated brands of
Silver Dollar. Wm. Hunt's bark Horse. Han-
py Smoke, Three Beauties, Cordwood and
Gold Slugs. Second Street. Maysvllle. Ky.
lirlllTE Oi ORT.
We will not be undersold by nuy home in
Kentucky or at Clucluuatl, ii we have halt a
incU31dly MA YSVILLE, KY.
r B. MATHEWS A CO..
Mnuufacturers nnd Dealers lu
Building and Dressed Lumber,
Laths, Shlugles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash,
Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads. Ac.
mcu30ly MAYSVILLE, KY.
ir W. LYNClT
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladles and children's fine shoes n specialty
Custom work mnde to order. Repairing ueutly
and promptly done at moderate chanjes.
No. 41 Market steett,East side.
n4)y MAYSVILLE, KY
"VTA.NCEY A ALEXANDER,
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES,
Vehicles of nil kinds, good stock nnd earef ul
drivers. Horses kept by iho day, or week on
reasonable terms. Second st., between Market
Windhorst & Blum,
FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have Just received their Sprlug Stock
Domestic Goods ofthe lateststyles.
prices reasonable and work the best, aully
ram prepared to Buggies nnd
of all kinds on more reasonable terms
than any other painter In iho cltv will oiler.
I guarantee my work to be first class. Leave
orders at Hall, Mitchell & Co.'s.
BB-RUGGIES PAINTED FOR $10.?
Jyld3in C. H. DEAL.
C ATAREH CURE
Is plenaut to tnko aud will euro any caso of
Catiuvh. For sale by
Jyld&w4m GEOHOE T.WOOD.
Before INSURING YOUR LIFE
Savings Fund Plan
I ife Assurance Society.
Instead of Investing In stocks, bonds or other
securities or depositing lu Savings Ilnuks,
EXAMINE THIS PLAN
of Insurance, wiilch not'ouiy yields n return
us an Investment, but gives Immediate Indemnity
lu case or death.
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'r ?..'V '. .11 vhil ,y.u .-1