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THE DAILY BULLETIN,
FRIDAY EVE., AUGUST 24, 1883.
EOSSEE & MoCAETHY,
Publishers nutl Proprietors,
To Whom Add'huss ali communications
Wnntod Situation as clerk.
Wanted - Ten plasterers.
Harry Taylor News depot.
Limestone Uase Ball Club Chnllenco.
Niqiit draws her sablo mantle 'round,
And plus It with a star;
The music of a caterwaul
Is wafted from .a fur,
And rlulit next door a teething babe
Is howling for Us mar,
While o'er tho way a loud' voiced mnlil
Is singing operar.
Two handsomu new billiard tables
were received at the Central Hotel rooms
Get your ico money ready. An excuse
that .will puss muster will have to
be n good one.
The last examination of tho teachers
of the public schools take3 place at the
library rooms to-morrow.
Mas. A. J. Williams has just received
somo very handsotno Brussels and velvet
rugs, which are very low in price.
Rkv. F. S. Pollitt will preach in tho
church in Chester, Sunday evening at
eight o'clock. Street cars pass tho door.
Tim tomato crop is an excellent one
this season. They were offered in
this week at thirty-five cents a
The best preventives against disease
are fresh air, pure water cleanliness and
plain living, and these remedies are
within tho reach of all.
We hear considerable complaint of tho
condition of the street at tho foot of
Market. It needs repair badly and ought
to have attention immediately.
Our dealers have had this season, watermelons
from Tennessee, Georgia, Indiana
and from our own patches, and we are
proud to say tho latter are the best.
TtuniE will bo preaching at the Christian
Church in Washington next Sunday
afternoon at four o'clock, by Rev. A. N.
Gilbort, who has returned to tho citv.
It is said that a little lime scattered
about stables, vaults and sinks every day
will completely destroy flics. Lime is
cheap, and the use of it healthy. Try it.
A house belonging to Mr. Thomas F.
Jones, on Fourth street, East Maysville,
was sold on Thursday by Mr. G. S. Judd,
real estato agont, to Mrs. Lida Watkins,
The ico supplied by the Maysville
factory is made of water from which
all mineral or other matter has been removed
by distilling. It is therefore absolutely
A little son of Mr. Fted Weaver had
several of his Angers taken off in a cutting
box at tho residence of Mr. Frank
Keublo, in the lower part of the city on
Thursday about noon.
The Jersoy now so much worn by tho
ladies, is a very becoming garment, especially
when it is well filled, and Maysville
girls can do that better than any
others in tho United States.
Miss Anna Frazier has rented the
business house on Second street lately
occupied by C. II. Cooper, and will open,
in a few days, a largo stock of dry goods.
Tho public is invited to give her a call.
Rev. A. N. Gilbert will preach at the
Christian Church next Sunday morning
and ovening, having returned from Harrison
county, whoro ho has been holding
a protracted meeting with great crowds
There will be a basket meeting at Stono
Church, on Lawrence Creek, next Sunday,
and preaching at 11 a. m. and 2:30
p. m. by Itev. F. S. Pollitt. Tho people
aro invited to come and bring thoir baskets
All persons who have subscribed to
tho capital stock of tho Electric Light
Company and those who desiro to do so,
aro invited to attend a meeting to bo
hold at tho County Clerk's oflico this
evening at eight o'clock.
The steamer G. "V. Thompson encountered
a violont galo of wind, near
Manchester, on tho afternoon of tho 22nd
inst., and, wo aro informed, lost a quantity
of freight overboard. A houso at
Manchester was struck by lightning and
The Kentucky Central advertises that
an oxcursion train will leavo Covington
for Old Point Comfort and "Washington
Tuesday, September 4, at 4:30 p. m. Tho
faro from all stations on tho road will bo
$11 to tho former place, and $12.50 to
MiLLKnsnuita, Ky., Aug. 23, 1883.
The Bracken Association of United
Baptists met this morning in tho Christian
Church in this plnce.
Quito a number of visitors nro present.
The introductory sermon was preached
by Rev. It. B. Garrett, of Carlisle, from
the toxt: "I magnify my office. The
sermon was an able exposition of tho
duties of the ministry in relation to tho
world, their churches and to each other.
The balance of tho thy was devoted to
organization, reading letters and business
of littlo interest to tho t?oneral public.
The following oflicors were elected for
one yenr: It. B. Yancoy, of Mnyslick,
Moderator; O.J. Hall, Maysville, Clerk;
R. B. Garrett, Carlisle, Treasurer.
Itev. W. M. Pratt, of Lxini:ton, will
preach to-night, and bo followed by Rev.
0. H. Parrish, colored, ot Louisville, on
" Education of Colored Ministry.
Wo note the presence of Itev. W. M.
Pratt, S. L. Helen. J. S. Kirily. J. A.
French, Prof Rucker, of Georgetown.
Mrs. M. E. Pierce and Miss Phebo
Pierce are the guests of Mr. J. J. Wood.
Mrs. C. M. Dodson will leave next
Monday to visit her relatives in Virginia.
Miss Delia Wood will leave for Min-
don, La., next Tuesday to bo absent
all tho winter.
Mr. Thomas Stockton, who lias been
visiting fiiends at Georgetown and Lexington,
has returned home.
Mrs. Thomas Dickson died at tho residence
of Mr. W. II. Wallingford, in East
Maysville, at an early hour this morning.
Mr. W. A. Parker, the genial Secretary
of the Bourbon county fair, is in the
city today, looking after the interest of
that institution, and called to see the
Miss Maggie Redmond, of Covington,
who has been visiting her uncle, Mr.
James Redmond, of this city, returned
home Thursday, accompanied by her
cousin, Miss Marcellia Redmond.
It was a very affecting scene, and was
witnessed by several citizens last night
at a residence on Second street. They
were a, young but very devoted couple,
and were "tearing themselves from each
other" for an unknown period; she
burst into a sort of
cry, and with tears in his eyes and a
choked voice ho said " farewell." Then
the lookers-on helped them out by singing,
with feeling, " Good-bye, My Lover,
How sad I
The ice company expect to be able to
deliver ice to their customers in this
city probably on Saturday next, and
certainly on tho following Monday. To
give the enterprise a boom everybody in
the city should arrange to have ice left
at their respective residences. All who
wish to see enterprises of this kind prosper
in Maysville will certainly do so.
The street cars continue to be generously
used. Tho have been for several days
past carrying about a thousaiul persons
each day. There seem? to be no doubt that
it is going to be a successful enterprise,
thanks to the good feeling the citizens of
Maysville have manifested toward it.
Now let them show tho same good feeling
in respect to the ice factory.
An exchange says: People go to a
watering place, take a bath, and feel
better. At home it rarely occurs to them
to benefit themselves in that way. They
go to Hot Springs, quit drinking, livo
like christians and grow young. They
will not do that much for themselves at
home, and tho springs get tho' credit for
The fair company has doubled the capacity
of floral hall and will therefore
be able to assign a limited space to such
of tho Maysville merchant as may
wish to make displays of their stocks,
and to others for a similar purposo. It is
an opportunity that our business men
ought to tako advantage of.
Senatok Wade Hampton, who is in
New York, expresses tho opinion that it
is too soon 'to speculate about tho next
Presidential campaign. "Who tho candidates
will be no man can say 5 and as for
the issues, Senator Hampton says they
will be formed when tho next Congress
Notice is hereby give that tho Limestone
Baso Dull Club, of Maysville, challenges
any picked nine in the city to plav
a game to-morrow afternoon at two
o'clock, at the grounds in Chester.
W. W. Lynch, Manager.
See Hunt & Doyle's $1.35 heavy black
silk for $1.10 a yard, tho best goods you
ever bought fortho money. alGd&w2w
Rev. S. II. Chestkk will preach at
Washington Hall Sunday morning. Subject:
I desiro to rotum thanks to tho proprietor
of tho St. James Hotel, formerly St.
Charles, for tho kindness shown tho band
boys during their stay at Manchester. I
would adviso tho traveling public to stop
with him whenever thoy visit tho town.
Respectfully, G. W. Tunou,
Advertisements Inserted under this head-lug
10c por Hue for each insertion.
Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers.
Mardle Beauties are not colored.
Mariile Beauties are not flavored.
Smoke Marblo Beauties, for sale by
Geo. T. Wood. at4d2w
Ladies' and children's Jerseys, all
colors and sizes, at Hunt & Doyle's.
Dark ground lawns, yard wide, worth
12jc, per yard, for 5c., at Hunt& Doyle's.
Received at Morrison & Kackley's to-day.
A large and attractive line for the full
tr.ide at greatly reduced prices. Call
and see them: k
Latest papers a'nd periodicals at publishers'
prices. Stationery of all kinds.
Cheap literatuie a .specialty. Now stock
just received. Marry Taylor,
24dlv Market street helow Second.
Men's and boys' canvas button and
front lace shoes, cheap. Misses side laco,
75 cents. L lilies' opera slippers, SI. Men's
sewed calf bals and congress gaiters,
London toe, SI. 150, and a large stock of
boots and shoes at prices to suit any one.
Call and investigate at
uugldtf C. S. Miner & Buo's.
Or Interest to You. Take the yellow
line cars to Morrison & Kackley's photograph
gallery, and iret pictures of yofir
little ones by the new and wonderful instantaneous
process Tit every purchaser
to the amount of one dollar a street car
ticket will be presented. nlfulw
Do vou wish a beautiful complexion?
Then nse Ayer's Sarsaiui'ill.i. It clean -
es and purifies the blood, and thereby
removes blotches and pimples from t e
skin, making it smooth ami c en , ami
giving it a bright and healthy appearance.
The best medical authorities
the great value of Aver". Cathartic
Pills, and frequently prescribe tneir use
with the utmost confident', well knowing
that they are the tin effectual ten -
edy ever devised fr di a-e- by
derangements of the stonmcti, liver and
Cmp Fire. Ileiser No.
13. G. A. Ii., will have a Camp Fuo on
.Saturday night, August 25, 1SS3, in
Chester. In addition to the Camp Fire
there will be erected a larje platform for
dancing, Prof. Venie's Strum Bund is
engaged and will be there. Good order
will be maintained, and even body is invited
to attend. A sutler's tent filled
with choice refreshments will be one oi
the features of the A good
time is promised all who 1n.1V come.
There are several reasons why the
Equitable life takes the lead of all others
doing business in the United States. One
reason is the promptness with which
losses ate paid, the society not taking
the usual sixty to ninety days time
This is the rulejind not an exception.
Below is a sample. Any person desiring
life insurance would do well to apply to
Jos. F. Brodrick, Agont, Maysville, Ky.:
New Youk, July .11, m
Mr. T.J. Penton. Ueneral Agent Dear Sir:
Accept our thanks for the piomptness with
which tho Equitable Life Assurance Society
has paid to tho estate, without rebate, the
amountof Insurance upon the life of Joseph
Keckendorfer, late of this city. 8JO,i;00 Immediately
on presentation of the policies
G. A. Goldsmith. Executor.
William Strauss, Executor.
Tn this cltv, Thursday, August 2, 1SS3, to
the who of John J. Kllpp.adaughter, AXNIE
McCALL weight ten pounds
Corrected dally by G. W. Geiskl, urocei.
Sei oud street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone ,3 " 00
Maysville Family e 25
Old Gold 7 0.)
Mason County 'J 25
Kentucky Mills 0 W
Magnolia, now 5 75
llutteret id 'J.Vii,')
Lard, Til 9 12V4
Ei;s. ) do I'.'K
MealTl peck 'JO
Molasses, fancy.. 70
Coal Oil. tl uaf..., 'JO
Simur, granulated $ lb lou
" A. Bit. 10
Comb Honey 13
Strained Honey 12M
Hums, sugar cured V tn.. 10
Hacon, breakfast 13 k.. 15
Hominy, 11 gallon 15
nouns w pulton. I'
Potatoes V peck, now., 15
sltuntlon ns clerk In a
y Htoie. Best of reierences ulven. Ad-
diess " Adveitlsor," care Uulletin olllce.
"ITrAXTKI Ton plasterers. Wanes 83.50
T T por day. Annlv to Lawrence Grace.
Builders' Exchange, 55 West Fourth street,
Cincinnati, O. n'.Mdlt
rent a farm to raise tobacco,
or will raise tobacco on Hlmies. The
best of reference given.
PERRY GR AYBILL,
n20difcw2w Mluerva, Ky.
To bo delivered ,lu Maysville In
flvo pound lots or more evety Saturduy.
Leavo orders at tho Bulletin otlleo.
n22dlw W. T. BERRY. North Fork. Ky.
A fow day boarders nud lodgers.
WANTED also furnish families with
meals, Moals furnished to transient custom,
MRS. A. E. PERRIE.
al7d&w2w Coruor Third aud Sutton.
"TjiOK hkji dwelling house lormerly
JT. occuplud'by Dr. Adamsou. The house Is
In complete repair with water and gas
inrougn me nuuuiug. Appiy 10
ulldtf JA MES WHITE.
T?lt NAEE moqullo bars,
jl cneap, ui J. W. SPARKS & uUO.'S..
n2'ld!2w No. I .Mill Itet street
VOIt vacant lots In Woou
1. vine must Mill. Apply to
M. F, MARSH, Sutton street.
bosom-mid Reinfoiced fronts,
l educed fiom Too to cOc each. Guaranteed to
be the best shirt ever otlered In this market
fur oca J. W. SPARKS & HHO.,
n2:)d2w No. 'Jl .Market street.
pAU TICKET niKK -A ear ticket will
j be given to everybody who bins one dollars
worth ol groceiles i mm me, for cash.
iilSdlw East .tuiysvllie.
TMtEE HIDE. During the present week
. toeveiy buyer of one dollar's woith or
over of etc.. I will a
-Meet car tl ket. My stock Is lingo, fresh and
every department lull Pi lees low.
O. A. X'cCAUTHKV,
alotf 21 Simon Shift.
170 .1 NAI.E A good Domestic sewlm.!
chine I nulreuf .1. J.McCiuthey, m the
Mt. (')irinel 'bus lor pi lee. f
1.liK SALE A lafg Hue ot Bicycfe
at price- numlng irom $1.23 to $2.25. Call
and examine them.
. . NESHITTA McKREL'j.
nl3d2w No. Si, Sutton mieot.
17011 .naee Vncaiitlotsou Flemlnir pike.
J- Appij 10 iilSdliu G. S. JUDD.
t Saunilay, on Maiket a 1
ji j iweniy uoimr mil.
and be lewaided.
a Odlw J A M KS S PAN PI FORD.
Necklace ami locket either In sheet
TOST or butv een second mid steam
burtt landing. Ttietlntlei wfll pleavo leave It
nt Hits nille nud lie rew'inled. n21
..! uii lasi ftiitunlay nllit, 11 litilliltiit
1 j book. The tinder will be re-
wuiiImI by leaving It at
a'jiitiiw THIS OFFICE.
IOT Satuidiiy between the Central
j Hotel and the residence of Mrs. Glvens,
on Thlid sheet, a pink c uneo rl ir. 1 he
tlndet will please return It to this olllce and
Keep constantly on hand a full xupuly of
School mid Blank
IViuMls Pens, Copy Hooks. ines Satchel-,
Inks. Wining Paper, Envelop-, Ac. larpei
uiki 1 uiHlinn paper in .stock.
Wall Paper, Window Shades,
Pure prills Tea-, s- leis Pa'ent Medicines,
Dye Su.its, Oils nud .il I'o
bacco, P01 turnery, Tollo' Ac.
-am- IRON FENCING,
X 2R. O KT iForCemelerlesaad Yards.
J'Oll GOOD .l.V7 CHEAP
T A. COOK Sc CO.,
u'J3dlw Mt.C.unii'l. Flemlui! County, Ky.
a rits. 31, j. .noitroKi,
Third St., opposite Church.
Millinery and Notions.
A NEW STOCK Just received and prices
VERY LOW. Bonnets aud Hats made over
In the latest styles, aS.tld
A CHEAP SALE !
A S A. R. BURGESS HAS BOUGHT THE
IX. stock of Dry Goods ot Harness A Nolin.
and will continue the business at the same
stand, will close out the lollowlug goods regardless
of cost :
500 PIECES OF
DRESS - GOODS
At half their original cost. ALL WOOL
EMPRESS CLOTHS in good shades tor 25
cents ier yaul. ALL WOOL FILLING
JEANS, extra heavy and good colors, worth
50 cents, tor 35 cents per yard. A largo lot ot
GOOD STYLES IX
For S1 cents por yaitl. Also, a largo lot of
Splendid prints for 5 cents per yard. A lot
ot RIHilONS, nice colois, at halt cost. Regular
niado Fleece and Lisle LADIES' WHITE
HOSE, worth 50 cents per pair, for 10 cents.
MISSES REGULAR MADE WHITE COP-TON
HOSE for 10 cents per pair. Also,
Hoso for 5 cents per pair. JIEN'.s
SEAMLESS HALF HOSE, extra weight and
uood colors, for 5 cents per pair. HATH
TOWELS, laruo and heavy, tor 30 cents per
pair. Just lecelved, a lull supply of
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
And Domestics at corresponding low pries.
Misses' Gosslnicr Cl'culurs, all sizes, SI j
Ladles' Gossltnor Clrculurs, all sizes, 51 25.
KID GLOVES nt v5 cents por pair. Fans
at half price, and many other nt tides too
ti 11 nuirAiic tninnnllnn ( 'n It 11 ml ftvnm 1 iii t li
(III411VIWMO l l'JliiVJi Vrf(, i.t u.iitu hu
stoclc befoio purchasing.
A. R. BURGESS.
LYDE BERRY will open, about the
MISS of September, a music class, at her
mother's residence. Persons wishing Instructions
011 the piano should apply to her
for tonus. n'JAritf LYDE HRIlllY.
HRINEY.of this county, having
WM.W. a deed of assignment to the undersigned
for tho benefit of all his creditors,
they will pleaso provo and file their demands
witn tuo assignee as soon ns practicauio.
I nltdlm G.S. JUDD.Asslgueo.
SMOKE the "O H " Cigar, manufactured by
lt.il HINTON&C'., Tltlid street, next
door to the Neptune Hall. WJTFor sale by all
tobneco dealers. aulNdtf
C. KIHK has opened 11 dally meat
ket on Market street, next door to R. U.
hovel's, and will keep all kinds ot tieshmeat
atiea oitiih e (trices and will deliver It In any
pint ot the city, fall and see me.
aUdOm K. C. KIHK.
ENGLISH AND FRENCH SCHOOL
I'oit Yor.vo i.ai)ii:s.
A. HAKKISON. Tempoittiy looms
over chapel if the Chinch,
(titens Holiday, .Scpl.tl. 1S:J. Terms HD
jl't and jOu per yeni (payable quarterly In advance).
Fuel and Incidentals cOc. per quarter.
A liter ry club will be lonued to meet
winter evening''. Private In Litem
tine and aiOlmd
xrrc will oiler nt public ale on Saturday.
Septeiimer Iftth, lfes.!, tin the
the farm lour miles nonh of May-lick, late-
ly occupied by Mr-. Maria Wardet. It contains
Is well lmpioved, and has on
It 11 uood of eluht loom-, two tobacco
barns all nece aiy
n water. The land Is Rtiperlor tobacco lntiu.
Terms made known outlay of ale. Sa'oat
2 p. in. if.M. WAKOFH,
.J I). I'KKD.Auo'r. W. H. W'AKDKU.
lOTICE Is hereby given that tho fltm of
HUKGESS A NOL1N has tuN day beeu dissolved
by mutual conseut, J. M. Xollu with
draw-In?. Either member of the old firm Is
nutlioilz'd tocoPectthedebtsof theold firm.
ASA It. BURGESS,
Aiwist 15. J. M. NOLIN.
Wills' World Worm Candy.
H !! ! .11.-
'PHE remedy known for woims Put
1 up In a delicious stick of candy. C'IiIHihU
love to take it. No ci ytne. or scolding or
or punishing. It your child Is fretful or
neivoiis or ha any symptoms of worms, trv
thU icinedy. It Is perfectly All
dtnuKlsts keep t GEO. T. WOOD,
ul lm Wholesale Agent, Ky.
-PHE ot the firm of SULSER.
L PETRV A CO., Cigar niaiiufiictureis. of
Maysville, Ky., will exulre by llml'atlon on
November 1st, iw. The machnieiy, nileo
uinltuie, cop light-, -lock and gonl will of
the business ate otleied lor .-ale. For years
ti'e tit 111 tin- enjoyed the confidence ut the
tiadeaud have nmv booked an exceptionally
tine llneoicusioineis tluouuhout the country
on their numeious and very popular br.mds
ot uoods. This I-11 must excellent opportunity
tor nnv on to enmig lti tho
niunutactiire ot cl.ars to -ten Into an old
established busine, fully equipped with nil
maciil ery and nppliauces inr u larue and
piofltnble business. Term can be made lor a
lea-e tor a teim of on the factory buildings.
For p.irtlcnl'iis call on or
PETRY A CO..
nOtlliu Maysville. Ky.
Pilesl Piles!! Piles!!!
Old BROWN'S PILE Ci RE wlllcuieany
case of piotitullng or ulcerated bleedlug Plies
by a few applications. A tilal will convince
any one who Is sutleriug with this loathsome
disease that what we say Is ttue. For sale by
GEORGE T. WOOD,
JeSOdAwhn Maysville, Ky.
Two-Story BlilCK House,
Containing seven or eight rooms. In the city
of Maysville. Will sell cheap and upon terms
to suit purchaser. Call on or address
S. E.MITCHELL, M. D.,
n2dtf Shurpsburg, Ky.
XTOTICE Is hereby ulveu, that the firm of
1 A'HEATLEY & CO. has this day beeu dissolved
by mutual T. W. Wheatley
withdrawing. The tlriu name In the future
will bo J. H. ROGERS it CO , who will assume
all the liabilities, mid collect nil debw
duetheoldllrm. T. W. WHEATLEY
J AMEo H.ROGERS.
August Ut, 1SSJ, nug3dlm
JFov IVTsison County.
rnHE following of the Eclectic Educational
L Sei lus have been otlli'lally adopted by the
County Hoard of Examiners for exclusive use
In the public schools of Mason Lounty, viz:
.llcl.iifH'y'H Knitters, inul Chart
ltn.vN Arithmetic mid AlKt'ltrns,
Elocl't lieoruplilcH. Kciiiucky
i:tl( Ion : Elecilt system len
oil lie Culled states 11ml
Fiunlsheil nt Publisher's rates by
.MORRISON & KACKLEY.
nSiliVwlm Maysville, Ky.
ROBINSON & CO.
Are still grinding corn and nro propared to
yt Ind your own corn or exchaugo at any time.
Wheat CUSTOM Grinding
Will bo done ns heretofore, when good wheat
Is brought to them. atkl&w2m
J J. KIcCAIlTlIET, Licensed Auctioneer
a for Mason and niljnlulng counties. Orders
left at tho HULI.ETIN olllce will receive
prompt attention. I O. address Mt. Carruol.