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THE DAILY BULLETIN,
FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST; 3, 1883.
HdSSER & MoOABTHY,
Publlshora nnd Proprietors,
To Whom Address Au Communications.
You'REsuro to havo n peck of lun
Should you dccldo to go,
To-morrow nttornoon and night,
To seo tho mammoth show.
And you will meet a Jrloud whoso hetid
Is frosted o'er with snow,
But ho Is still the samo old " Dan "
You knew long years ago.
Hung jury told you so.
Two (Jar loads of Iron work arrived yesterday
for tho now jail.
A soap factory on an uxtonsive scalo is
talked of in Mayaville.
Fkom a call of tho yeas ami nays it
seems that tho hogs have it and mean to
try to keep it.
Col. J. M. Stockton is remodeling the
old postoflko with a view of converting
it into a handsome husiness house.
Messrs. Ball, Mitciiel & Co., of this
city, have bought and removed tho machinery
recently used at tho Augusta
The speaking at tho Court House last
night by Mr. Silas A. Clift and Hon. E.
0. Phister, attracted a largo audience,
which was pleasantly and instructively
Ir wo can't get rid of tho hogs, for
goodness sake, let tho council have the
yeas and nays called on tho Bubject of
tho introduction in Maysvillo of a now
kind of flea.
"Wr expected to announce ' tho arrival
of several brand now babies in Maysvillo
this week, but unexpectedly 'further
time" has been aSked. This is a resul
of the bad examplo of tho city council.
Frank It. Pjiistkh has an unusually
handsome lot of picture frames of all sizes.
Thoy have been selected with rare good
taste and can not fail to pleaso tho most
exacting. A list of prices will bo found in
A notice is printed elsewhere of the
dissolution of the firm of Wheatley &
Co. Mr. T. "W. "Wheatley retires and is
succeeded by Messrs. J. II. Rogers &
Co., who collect all the debts duo the old
firm and assume all liabilities.
Mr. Seamon Simon, tho enterprising
Market street queenswaro dealer, is astonishing
tho natives with some very low
prices. His store is a veritable cheap
emporium in all departments. You can
get anything in tho queensware line, almost
at your own price. Seo his advertisement.
Mr. H. T. McCloskey, of Galena, 111.,
writes asking information concerning
John McCloskey, or any of his children,
if ho is dead. He is supposed to have
removed to this county between tho
years 1810 and 1825, and had a brother
of tho name of James M. McCloskey,
who went to Detroit, Mich., about 1812
and is now dead.
One of the Bulletin's carriers reported
for duty tho other morning, with
closed eyes and n head on him big enough
for two boys of his ago.
" What's tho matter," he was asked,
"been kicked by a mule?"
"Been talking on tho hog question ?"
" Been asking' when tho .street cars
" Well, what in tho nation is tho matter?"
" Nothing in particular only I called
on some bumble-bees and found 'em at
Decring Camp Meeting.
A representative of tho Bulletin visited
tho grounds yesterday, and found
that a vast improvement has been made
since last year. Tho grounds are neatly
arranged, a largo numbor of now and
convenient cottages havo been constructed,
whilo tho dining hall has been increased
in size, and other things done
that will add to tho attractions and increase
tho comfort of visitors. Tho restaurant
arrangements are under tho direction
of Mr. Thomas J. Nolin, who
has had many years experience as a caterer,
and understands thoroughly how to
pleaso tho appotito. His tables will be
supplied abundantly, and with tho best
food that'ean bo obtained. Tho Rov. T.
Dowitt Talmago will preach on Tuesday
and Wednesday next, on which occasion
and during tho ontiro meeting, tho trains
will leavo this city at 0:10 a. m.. 0:30 a.
m., and at 1 p. m., and carry visitors at
half faro rates, returning at 7:20 p. m.
and 0:45 p. m. On Sunday, August 8th,
a special train will leavo this city at 8:30
, a. m., and returning will leavo the camp
ground promptly, at 4 p. m.
Tho Board met at tho usual hour on
Thursday evening, with President
in tho chair, and all tho members
present oxcopt Mr. Wal ingford.
Tho monthly reports of tho city officers
were presented as follows :
Fines assessed by Mayor .9132.01
Fines collected by .Murslial 132.nl
Net wharfage m.5
Tho following claims were presented
and allowed :
Gas Co 9214.01
J. Urophy mid others, woilc 12.U0
J. C'olleo, woik It.jS
J. Culthun, woik lL'.on
li. Lnlly, work -1.0)
M. Hotilucn, woik 2.2.5
T. Kelblo. lock 0.2D
N. U. Smith, woi k 14.2o
J. Ciinibols, lock 4H.10
Mot an fe O'Hrlen, roclc 08.60
Man' llolllday, uroceiles 8.00
U. W' Oldhniii, luivoitMiiK, etc 11.00
Telephone Uo 61.00
Koer& .McU.iith, advertising ID.oO
Cooper & 1! issett, work. etc 211) OS
II. January, relief 2,00
Mis. S. A. .Mills, ho.udliiK naupors 0j)
Mrs. Ktoino, keffplug child 8.00
H. A. WnllliiKtoid, ensh 8.0'l
G. Oit, jr., chairs aiw
Levi Fleming, woik j. 12 60
B. U. Wads worth, rock 21.00
Total SO 11.8I
The claim of Lane & Worriek was
Ileflin claim further time.
Committee on bridge further time.
Lamp post, First Ward further time.
Light at railroad bridge further time.
Huggiti8 claim further time.
Plat of Bridge street further time.
Ash Committee further lime.
The following report from tho
on Laws and Ordinances was adopted :
Tho Comniltteoon Laws and Oidlnancesto
whom was lolerred a proposed ordinance for
repealing nn ordinance entitled an oidluaneo
In relation to concealed weapons, report that
having examined the law concerning the authority
of this body to pass anv law for the
good government of this city, find that tho
City Council or Maysvillo havo full power to
pass any law " as they shall from time to tlmo
deem expedient, not contrary to the Condi
tion or this State," ami that they hud lull
power to puss the otdlnanco aforesaid, concerning
tho peuulty for carrying concealed
weapons, and that said oidluauco being In
full lorce and effect, tho proposed ordinance
to repeul It is not lecouimcnded.
A. V. Wadswoutii,
T. M. Pkarck,
V. H. Mathews.
Drainage of lot near pump house-stricken
from tho minutes.
Modification of pedding ordinance
Cemetery fence further time.
City printing further time.
Ferry matter further time.
Street railway further time.
Petition of Robinson & Co further
Petition of Watson Bro's. & Co. fur
Tho Committee on' Laws and Ordinances
asked for further time on tho hog,
&c, matter, which was refused.
Walk across railroad further time.
Guttering and grading Second street
from Sutton to Market further time.
Assessment of hoirs further time.
Petition of S. B. Poynlz & Son work
dono and committee discharged.
Willows on river bank further t!me.
An election to fill the vacancies caused
by the resignation of Councilmen Pearco
and Hutchins was ordered to bo held
August 13th, and tho following inspectors
First Ward "W. II. Campbell, Win.
John Hrldires, at Onten's shop.
fc?oeo d Wnnl James Ktiiklns, Charles H.
Hill, Wm. illxson, at Washington Hull.
Permits were granted as follows:
Frank Haucke, slan.
T. Lowry, to tnp sewer on Plum street.
Lump post on Front street at January's"
alley, to be put up by II. January, and
lighted by tho city.
Petition of Mrs. Franklin was referred
to the Health Committee.
W. S. Frank was appointed Chairman
of the Committee on Education.
An ordinance prohibiting street walking
was unanimously adopted.
A motion to suspend tho rulds and pass
the ordinance prohibiting hogs, dogs and
bitches from running at large in the
streets of Maysville, was made nnd seconded.
Mr. Aloxander moved to lay tho wholo
matter on tho table lost.
Tho motion to suspend tho rules was
thon lost by tho following voto :
Bondel, Chonoweth, llechlnger, Fitzgerald,
Phister, Wnrtsworth, Martin, Pearce, Alexander,
It was ordered that a lamp post bo put
up at tho corner of Fifth and Limestone
The Committee on Ways and Means
reported that tho indebtedness of tho
city now due, was about $10,000. It
was ordered that the Ticasuror pay tho
bonds and accrued interest as far as possible.
Tho amount available for the purpose
was reported to bo about $18,000.
Messrs. "W. B. Mathews & Co. are furnishing
tho entire bill of lumber for tho
erection of a fino largo two story house
for Mr. J. W. Parish, at Maiden, Kanawha
county, W. Vn who is a nephew
of Mr. A. B. Greenwood, of Maysville.
Mr. Homer Frederick has tho contract
for tho building, and tho painting will
bo dono by Mr.Greenwood. It is tho excellence
of Maysvillo work, of courso,
that brings these orders from abroad.
Col. John M. Stockton, wo aro informed,
will bo a candidato for Councilman
from tho Second Ward, at tho special
olection to bo hold on tho 13th iust.
Tomorrow's lll'g Show.
Advertising enr No. 2, of Nathans o:
Company's eight big consolidated shows
arrived in this city yesterday morning
from Richmond, Ky., and tho forco of
oxpert pasto manipulators belonging
thereto wore for tho day busily engaged
in billing tho vicinity of Maysvillo for
tho prospoctivo appearanco of tho foregoing
'tented enterprise on August 4th.
Nathans & Company's Show is
to bo ono of the most attractive exhibitions
on tho road, and has everywhere
been highly complimented for tho refreshing
originality which characterizes
every department of their establishment.
Their menagerie comprises all the
high priced specimens of tho zoological
world, each representative of the many
different species being carefully -elected
for its rarity and worth. Among their
sevural leading aspirants for menagerial
notoriety are a herd of umbrella-cared
elephants, a pair of snow-white buffii
Iocs, a gigantic Sahara camel, said to In
taller than tho Jumbo,
a id tho only living in
captivity, who, in
s, will bo a complete surprise to the
students of natural history.
The museum is replete with giant?,
dwarfs, etc., and also contains the celebrated
tattooed Greek nobleman, Capt.
Costentenus, whose skin lias been cruelly
punctured with the points of a million
The circus performance will be strikingly
interesting for the roster of
contained in the arenio programme,
comprising many of the greatest artist
of both tho old world and the new, including
among its prominent
peerless performers ns Mnlanii
Dockrill, Dan Rice, Fred Bui clay, tin
Ashton brothers, and M'lle Lefevre.
A maifnirlcent fiee street parade, of an
unwontcdly brilliant character, will b
given at 10 a. in.
Mrs. J. W. Pierce and si-n rt'tuine.
home to Covington, j estcrd iv.
Mrs. O. II. P. Thomas mid Mr. It. F.
Thomas are at Crab Oicl nrd
Mr. John A. Miller and wife, Atlanta,
Ga., aro visiting the family of Mi.
James II. Hall.
Miss H.ittio Walker, of T.dlesboio, is
visiting Misses Emma and Lena Means,
of East Maysville.
Mrs. Jessie McD.tniel and daughter,
Miss Jennie, of Carlisle, arc visiting her
mother, Mrs. King, of Third street.
Mr. George dinger 1ms just finished a
handsome two-story biick dwelling in
Clietter, which is very conveii'ont and
Well appointed. It contains eight rooms,
two halls and has a cellar under the entile
Messrs. Ilollidiy & McDonald aie
building a neat frame cottage in Chester.
Prof. B. F. Williams is putting up a
commodious double frame dwelling in
Advertisements Inserted under this head'
lug 10c per line for each insertion.
Tuv Langdon's City Butter Crackers.
Mosquito bars and made
to Older at Hunt & Doyle's.
This curative power of Ayer's
is too well known to acquiro the
specious aid of any exaggerated or fictitious
certificate. Witnesses of its marvelous
cures are to-day living in every city
and hamlet of tho land. Write for names
if you want homo evidence.
Men's and boys' canvas button and
front laco shoes, cheap. Misses side laco,
75conts. Ladiesoperaslippors,$l. Men's
sowed calf bals and congress gaiters,
London toe, $1.00, and a largo stock of
boots and shoes at prices to suit any one.
Call and investigate at
augldtf O. S. Miner & Bno's.
The most deadly foe to all malarial disease
is Ayer's Ague Cure, a combination
of vegetable ingredients only, of
which tho most valuable is used in no
other known preparation. This remedy
is nn absolute and certain specific, and
succeeds when all other medicines fail.
A euro is warranted. .
Faded nnd gono is our darllntr,
Many tho tears that wo shed,
Dark Is our homo onco so bright,
For our dear llttlo waiter Is dead.
It was on a bright January morning,
Hut sovon short years nuo,
Ouruugol Waltorcaine to us,
Now in death la lying low.
Wo lovod our precious darling,
Wo loved him far too woll,
And thogilef we felt at parting,
No moital tongue can tell.
Ho was tho light of the house, Its music;
Oh God whon tho birds flrst w nUo
In tho gray nnd chill of tho morning
Its a wonder our hearts don't break.
But remembor nil ho suffered,
Komborlng all I havo known,
And calling the angels to witness
Wo love him, our lost one, our own.
80 with sorrowing honrts wo turn us to our
dally occupation. Ono more noiosweot an-gel
londs his soarohlng glanco to spy out all
our ways nnd gnldo us to that place whore ho
has gono beforo, whore with angel throng re
leased from earthly pains he beckons us,
with radiant smiles to realms ot light and
The Avalanche will be Upon You.
NOT YE3TEKD.VY OR NSXT WEEK, BUT IUGHT HERE AT MAY8VILE,
t o - im: o :r, ie, o 'w,
Saturday, August 4.
Sriic Crowning Conception or (lie Amusement Worhl.TTa
Nathans S& Co.'s
8 MONSTER CONSOLIDATED SHOWS 8
Crowned and Reentered with a universal popularity and 1 even whfie lecosnlzed as tho
FEATL'HE HHOW OK TIIK WuKM). Pay no hied to the oelu ve advertisements
ol contwnptnble cross lo.ul show which Is announced to appear
In this part of God's talrest euith, as talk Is very cheap and deceitful
pioinNes mo easily nnule but help to .well the mlvriitv thwnig
Who uie comli ir to HATUPOA Y, Al't.TST i,
to eu efcs CD.'&
BASEST SHOW OH EAB.TH.
The very head nid summit of tented excellence, whoe pnst lecoid 1 n guiuoiiteeof
and wotth. Comparison Mjltclteri. t'lltlclsm inl ed. .Moie
Rare Sensational Surprises,
Than me contained In all other shows on earth.
A Famous-Featured and World-Gathered
Embracing the most valuable specimens nf the Zoological Kingdom. A far-tamed cm
'onunlsesnll the famous Inanimate and llvlug curioslths of both Hemispheres, and on all-
TRIPLE CIRCUS COMPANY,
ONE GIGANTIC RING.
iWT N'o coalition Willi ocouINts to ruin people's oyeslaht. i;vr.yiul percent-
nble from Clio most fur tllstiuit point In
(00 Invincible Performers,
10 Champion Bare-back Riders,
20 Aerial Specialties.
Wonderful. DOG- Circus,
Greatest Iogs on
SENOR ROMERO'S '
GOAT and PONY iCongress.
T A CO si.inr.s 11 v hku math
mfKKmJ from tlio Annex of tlie
eiMiviiM to the kcoiiikI.
An Army of Tumblers,
Leapers, Gymnasts etc.,
Wonderful Performing Dogs.
I f I f J'KAPH TIIKOUflll
tmJ tarnXJ leef ol spiUM',
ulililiiiK 011 a tfossiiiiicre is t eel wlro,
On tho Show Grounds nt eloven n. m., by MadiunoslUo Georgula, the queen of the orerlal art
who win, wane many leei aoove lerra iirma, execute mo most iniiiung tenor-Inspiring
feats over witnessed. A Uient, Uloilousnud Ulltteilng
FREE STREET PARADE !
IO O'CLOCK A.
A liowitclilusr, IlewlIrtcrltiK, Spectacle of Mngrulflccncc.
EXHIBITIONS DAILY. -
Performance Beojns as Usual. "Prices as of Yore.