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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THUE8DAY EVE., SEPT. 20, 1883.
aivA niihibiirYdatgflnu tU6 clrcnla
tlon, each weolc of the daily and Wkkkly
EUTiXiKTIM. .Advertisers are Invited to call
and assure themselves of the truth of the
statement, and they nre requested to bear lu
"Ml!tHLluat for advertising jnr'thf
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La8t night tho young gentlemen and
ladieg.,of Maysvillo anil their gueatB, were
gathered at tho. Riverside Hotel in at-
Irtendaaco upon one of the most elegant
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xiops tuat nave uepn givuii iiiamjuuuu
in,a long time. No pains had been spared
to malce our visitors enjoy themselves
and the efforts of our young men were
rewarded with perfect success. Prof.
Michael, of Newport, with his best corps
Of musicians, has boon secured for tho
Assemblies and thoso who heard him
last night did not wonder at his well
earned reputation, for his music seemed
ta inspire dancing to tho feet pi those
even who did not como even with tho intention
of dancing. At the late hour of
half past ten the thirty couples
into tho bull room, tho cornet
soun led and at once tho dance began.
"While there wero only about thirty
louples of tho dancers, tho parlor waB
filled with a handsomely dressed crowd of
lookers on, young and old, and froih the
ball loom they presented a pretty sight
as Jhe mellow gaslight foil on rosy cheeks
aid lips and sparkling eyes and sheeny
silks, moving' plumes and swiftly moving
fans. Bht still more pleasing was tho
hall room, as over its glossy floor tho
winkling feet glided noiselessly while
the swaying bodies gave to the spectator
an idea of wiiat is meant by
u poetry of motion." There was no
crowd, no jam, round dance succeeded
quadrille with now and then tho graceful
Lanciers; and all so easily and so
swiftly that you wondered how it was
done, until you saw tho indofatigable
floor managers, or rather two or three of
them, for the rest did not do much, silently
and effectively performing their
duties. Beautiful programmes told the
order of dancing, and there was no confusion,
no interruption, and tiio young
folks gave themselves up to the enjoyment
of the dance, and at half-past two
tho divine "Home, Sweet Home" was
exquisitely rendered, and the hop was
Tho Assembly to-morrow evening will
glegant, and a much larger
crowd will be present. The following
were in attendance :
Miss Clay, of Paris white nun veiling
satin trlmmlugs oinameulh, diamonds,
Miss liurgt , oi Louisville, brocaded caidlnal
sitln, laco trimmings diamonds. ,
MlssStnckstlll. of Dvvlon. Ohio, black silk.
1 polka-dot Suunisli lace, pe.icool; fciuliei&.
Mis-, Lull Unguis, ot Hhaipsburg, ICy.,
black biociuled s ulu diamonds
Miss Hettle Dudley, oi Flemlngsuurg, Ky.,
plnksa'ln, NnuiMi lace
Miss Li Hie Given, o' Covington, blue nun
vel lug with 11
Miss Carrie Newton, ol Covington, white
muslin and luce.
Miss Holmes,' of Covlna'on, black
silk with caulinnl satin tilmmlnus diamonds.
Miss Mollie Holme-, of Covington, pink
Miss Etna Smoot, of Mllleisburg, white
muslin and lno diamonds.
Miss Ida Collier, oi Millersburg, lavender
Anna Povntz Anderson, of Newport, pink
silk, lace trimmings diamonds.
Miss Kauulouu ens, white mull,
Miss May Moigan, of lllue Lick, ted satin
trimmings ornaments lloweis.
Miss Lizzie Mooies, white muslin diamonds.
. Miss Llda Mitchell, white muslin, lace
Miss Mary Lizzie Power, blue embroidered
Miss Bell Davis Phister, cream satin, lace
Miss Anna Stockton, blue satin, SpanUh
MIUs Mary Lee Wood, of Washington, car
dlnal Hiit In, pink cashmere trimmings.
Miss Julhi Wood, of Washington, caidlual
sit In, lhce trimmings diamonds.
Miss Daruall, embroidered mull,
point luce diamonds
Miss Salllo Wilson, lave'ndor embroidered
satin diamonds. .
Miss Julia Everett, white mull, lace
Miss Etta Everett, polka-dot mull, lace
Miss Judith Keith, white sutln,
Miss Lucille Sulser, cieam brocaded satin-roses,
MlssSudloTrow, black Mlk point lace dl
Mrs. Wal'er Blatttmian, black sllk,Bpan
ish luce diamonds.
Mrs, Henry cneiioiveth, cream nun's veil
lug, lace trimmings.
A inoui other guests pteseut'wero Mi. Geo
T. Hunter, .Vi. Laura Dlmmltt, Ml. W. II.
"iancey, Mrs. Sam. Poynfz, Mis. Win, Gelel,
Bliss Nannie hall, Mls EvaTouj, Mr. Redmond,
together with a huge uumuer whose
names we fulled to goi.
Sales of La mi.
Tho following changes in the ownership
of land have been recorded at the
office of tho Clork of tho County Court,
eiuco our last i eport :
Annie M. I'hUtor and husband to John
HnOey. lot feet on douiIi side ol the
Maysvillo and Mt. Sterling Turnpike; consideration,
Edward Myall, wife, and otiieis to Thomas
Jackson, house and lot on west side ol button
street, between Front nnd Second ;
$1,170 und othor consldeintlon,
tarJohu Portoi nnd wile lo Moso- Moore, 7S
iicios of land on the Ohio river near Ripley
ferry landing; consideration, U 0W.
M try H. Dlmm tt ami husband and trustee
to F. A. Lashurooke, '1 acres, 2 loods, 23
poles or land ; consideration, Sl.Sll.
Same to James Lashbiooke, 01 acres, 2
roods, 15 poles of laud; consideration, fl,lSS.
Peter Splller to Maysvlllo and Big Bandy
Hallroad Co., ilghtof.wuy; consideration,
Thomas Drlscoll to William Drlscoll,
one-half Interest lu lot on Maysvllle
and Lexington Turnpike; consideration,
Mary C. Duko to Omar Dodson, house nnd
Jot on Front stroel, botweon Market aud
Lilmestouet consldeiatlou, M,500.
Martha I). .Gault and husband to Josoph
llest and others, grantors' Interest lu tho estate
of Joseph Best, sr., deceased ;
Jennie Morau to Maysvllle & Big Sandy
Bullroad Company, ;
George R. Uumphroys to John Mnlouo, 187
tfores, 3 roods, lu poles of Jaud on Strodo's
Hun and tlie North Fork of Licking river ;
John Marshall to Thomas Higsinn sr., 1
ncro, IS roods, 11 poles of laud on Kenton
Station Turnpike; consideration, 8125,
Rev. F. S. Poplitt will preach at Stone
Xick Oliurch, next Sunday morning at 11 '
o'clock nnd at Chester at night
Advertisements Inserted under thl& heading
10c per line for each Insertion.
For now goods go to Glascoclc"Si Co.
Try Langdon'B 0.ityJ3uUJr0rackprs.
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For tho best goods go to Glascock & Co.
For novelties in dress goods go to Glascock
Mosquito bars ready-made and made
to otder at Hunt & Doyle's. .
Ladies' -and children's Jerseys, all
colors and sizes, 'at Hunt & Doyle's.
The reduction of letter postage to two
cents per half ounce" goes into effect on
the 1st of next month'. '
Premium baby can have ono' dozen
cabinet pictures taken by the lightning
process at KackloV's gallery free. 18d
Ayer's Ague CUna acts directly on tho
liver and biliary apparatus, nnd drives
out the malarial poison which induces
liver complaints and bilious disorders.
"Warranted to cure,' or money refunded.
Combined pocket book and
in French and Persian Morocco.
Salesmen's books in American, Russia,
and AJligator leather. Call and see them
at Harry Taylor's, 23, Market street.
"A Vlg on Ice Poor Tiling."
Tho Maysvillo Artificial Ico Company
will have on exhibition at the Floral
Hall, on Friday, Sept. 21st. ono of Stanton's
Maysvllle pigs killed by tho street
cars and frozen by the Maysvillo Artificial
Ice and Refrigerator Company.
Fresli ' Oysters.
I am receiving daily the best brands of
fresh oysters, which will bo Berved in
any stylo desired day or night. I will
also supply them by tho can or half can.
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Among the many attractions at the Ripley
fair, which begins on tho 25th inst. and
continues until tho 28th inst., will bo a
live buffalo and also a' self-binding reaping
machine. This' machine will be put
in operation on tho grounds and its workings
fully explained by the exhibitor.
New Cash Dry Hoods House.
Ladies who are prepared to pay cash
for their purchases should not fail to examine
the black and colored silks and
cashmeres, linen hnndkercheifs, collars,
hosiery, gloves, corsets, hoop skirts, jerseys,
&c, at Hunyon'a. sl8d3t
Fresh Baltimore oysters of the best
grades, and the finest of the season.'just
received. As usual, my prices will be
as fair and reasonable as I can make
them. John Wiuelek,
sup3tf Market street.
Men's and boys' canvas button and
front lace shoes, cheap. Misses side lace,
75 cents. Ladies opera slippers, SI. Men's
ewed calf bals and congress gaiters,
London' toe, $1.60, and a large stock of
boots and shoes at prices to suit any one.
Call and investigate at '
augldtf . C. S. Miner & Bko's.
For all kinds of goods go to Glascock
k Co. sl8d0t
An announcement having been made
that certain base ball clubs will pluy a
game at tho fair grounds next Sunday,
notice is hereby given that the advertisement
was made without consulting, the
fair company and that jio such arrangements
has been made and the grounds
will positively not be used for tho purpose
as state 1. By order of the board.
There are several reasons why the
Equitable life takes the lead of all others
doing business in the United States. One
reason is tho promptness with which
losses are paid, tho society not taking
tho usual sixty to ninety days time.
This is the, rule nnd not an exception.
Below is a sample. Any person desiring
life insurance would do well to applv to
Jos. F. Brodrick, Agent, Maysvillo, Ky.:
New York, July 31, 16S3.
Mr. T. 1), Teuton, Uencral Agent Dear Sir :
Accept our thanks for tho piomptness with
which the Equitable. Life Assurance Society
has paid to the estate, without rebate, tho
amount of insurance Upon the life of Joseph
Keckondorfer, late of tills city, SW.U00 lmtiio
dlutely on presentation of the policies
O. A. Uoldsjuth, Executor.
WitititASi Sthauss. Kxecutor.
78 ACRES OF LAND
On the Mt.Caimol turnpike, four miles from
Muysvlhe. The placo has ou It u good
and outbuildings, Will sell cheap. Apply
to s:0vvlt MICHAEL PKTEUS.
At EAST END PARK by Haucko's Reed aud
KBTlto finest programme over rendered by
them has been arranged for the occasion.
IDanoing. Good Order.
3J"Tho public is assured that no lmpiopor
characters will bo admitted to tho grounds,
Como everybody. Admission 10 cents. Ladles
Free. Concert begins at 6 o'clock sharp.
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A large proportion of the diseases which causs
human sulering result from derangement of the
stomach, bowels, and liver. AyehIs Cathartic
Pills act directly upon theao organs, and are
especially designed to cure tho diseases caused
by their deraugomeut, including Constipation,
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Headache, Dysentery,
and a host of other ailments, for all of
which they are a safo, sure, prompt, and pleasant
remedy. The extensive uso of theso Pills by
emhient physicians in regular practice, shows
unmistakably tho estimation in which they are
held by the medical profession.
Theso Pills are compounded of vegetable substances
only, and are absolutely free from calomel
or any other injurious lugredlout.
A Sufferer from Headache writes :
"Ayeii'8 Pills are invaluable to me, and are
my constant companion. I have been a sovoro
sulfercr from Headache, and your Pills are tho
only thing I could look to for relief. One doso
will quickly move my bowels ami free my head
from pain. They are the most oll'ectlve and the
easiest physio I have ever found. It is a pleasure
to mo to lu their praise, aud 1 alnays do so
wliou occasion olfers.
W. L. P.voE.of W. L. Page & Bro."
Franklin St., Richmond, Va., Juno 3, 182.
"I have used Aykii's Pills lu numberless In.
stances ns recommended by you. aud have novor
known thorn to fall to accomplish tho desired result.
"Wo constantly keep them on baud at our
liomo, and prize thorn as a tueneaut. sate, ami
reliable family medicine. 1'OU DYSPEPSIA
they are Invaluable. J. T. Hayes."
Moxla, Toxas, Juno 17, 182.
The Ri:v. PiiAijjB B. HAttLOwn, writing from
Atlanta, Oct., sajflP&For some jears past 1 huye
been subject tojtcomtlpatlon, from which, In
spite of the use of medicines of various kinds,
1 sullered Increasing Inconvenience, uutll some
months ago I began taking A veil's Pills. They
have entirely corrected tho costive habit, aud
have vastly improved my geueral health."
Aykii's Catjiahtio Pills correct irregularities
of the bowels, stimulate the appetite and
digestion, and by tholr prompt and thorough
action glvo tone aud vigor to the whole physical
Dp. J. C. Ayor &. Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
All experience the wonderful beneficial
Children with Sore Eyes. Soro Ears,
or anv scrofulous or svnhllltlo taint.
may bo made healthy and strong by Its uso.
Sold by all Druggists ; SI, six bottles for $S.
Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts.
.Lkwib Vanpbw, Proprietor,
I J rpi 'PVir! lWn
The Mammoth Establishment
O. It. JVLABIjE x
,S jt ffthceet, Opposite the
BSTPooplo living within a hundred miloa of our store can 9 AVE THEIR RAILROAD PARE to Cincinnati
by buying a suit of, Clothing or an Ovorcbat.from. us when in the oity. . '
OUR PRIPES ARE THE LOWEST IN THE WORLD.
J&ST Our Mammoth Stores have THOUSAND SQUARE FEET OP PLOOR ROOM Groaning
beneath the .wjoight of . , . , ,
ONE MILLION DOLLARS' WORTH OF STOCK!
Ri.' 1 0 jl ; Which
iiiiW ksH' sksV 'ksB isH'' m 'iisB tjH Risr isA mBm
stapK;. bMUHH HilsV' bHbW afaLHHH "tEnMI nHisHtfB KiJHhM MiSHiiH HLBLLILKfc
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Ladies', tiss6s MenJ1lnffoytSi.Bo(fta and Shoes, ffieh'sW'
ancl CMfdren's Hats, Men's aiid Boys' Furnishing Goodsr ; J
BSTEvory artiolo or garment sold by us' is WARRANTED to bo LOWER IN PRICE than same quality
and make oan be bought elsewhere. '
TJie MAMMOTH CLOTHIERS, HATTZBS
Fifth Street, Opposite the FotuSMin,
required for our fall
ces wmen win convince iuo moat snupuu mat. tnoy win s& v xi xau jm jx x Dy giving
us a call before purchasing.
No. 8 Omldia, coal or wood Stove, worth $35 00 for S30 00
No. s Charter,
No. 8 Lender,
No. 7 "
835 The above prices include all all the trimmings usually given with
Stoves. Porsons visiting tho Pair are requested to call and examine our stock.
Wo have reduced prices in all departments and desire tho public to boar in
mind that wo WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. Call and bo convinced that we
have tho most complete and CHEAPEST stock of STOVES, TINWARE, &c,
in Northeastern Kentucky. BIKKBOWER .Ss CO.,
No. 30, Market St., East side, (Tudor's old standi,
tep30ti&v Maysvillo, Ky.
OB. STRONGS PILLS
Thd Old, Well Tried, -Wonderful Health
STRONG'S SANATIVK I'lliLS for llio
1.1 vo. A speedy euro for Uver Complaint.
Ueguluilng the Uowels, Purifying too Blood,
CleaUhluR trom Malarial Taint. A porfoct
cure fur Nlolt llcadnclio, Coiistiimtloii
M'KONU'it 1'KCTOltAI. PILI.S lnsino
healthy appetite, good digestion, regulailty
ot the bow'H. A sure remedy lor Colds and
Rheumatism. A iirccloun boon to
fomiilvN, boothlDg and bracing the nervous
system, and glvlnt? vluor and health to
every fibre of the body. Hold by Druggists.
For etc., address U. E. Hull & Co.
box 650, Oow York city.
publicity: residents ol auy
State. Desertion, Non-Support. Advice
aud applications for stamp. W. H. LEE,
Att'y, 230 B'way, N.Y.
DVERTISER9 1 send for our 8elecl List
of Local Newspapers. Geo. P. Rowell &
Co., 10, Spruce, street., N. Y.
TAYLOKSVlLLIi P. O.
CO I.. lllIiAltY I JONKS 51. A.
SION BEGINS SEPrEMHER 26.
S'PECIAL PROVISION FOR SMALL BOYS.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
A. R. GLASCOCK & CO J
-Is tho best place to get bargains lu
14,508 Boxes sold in a your by OWE
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Act Directly on tlie ILivcr.
t'UBKH CUIJ.LS ASII FEVKU, DVHlTl'SM,
Hick HKincirE. Bilious Colio,
TION, HlfKUMATISM. VlI.KS, 1'ALI'ITAIIOM
of tiik IIeaut, Dizziness, Toniun Liveii,
Coated Tongue, Riuepi.ew.nes'j, and ai.
Diseases oe tub Ltvr.n and bxoMACir. If
you do not" feel very well." ft single pill at
beMlme stimulates the stomach, restores
the appetite Imparts vigor to the system.
R.E. SELLERS & CO., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Number 43, Seconfl .Btreot, three, doors helmj
Market Btreetj MayVlllQ, Ky. npllBdly
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iw WMawuunw tMfyJA vw J '"" 'V...
wo0B(ail at regular WHOLESALE
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order to make room for an' immense
STOVES ) GRATES )
trade, we will offer the following
JO' 00 for
SO 00 for
80 (0 for
25 00 for
30 00 lor
35 00 for
M COME AT LAST! 3S
:The grcitot re luctlon ever known lu the history of:
Farm Wagons, Wheat Drills,
Cider Mills, Wire Fencing Fan Mills, Etc.,
But the most remarkable of all is the"astouudlng LOW PRICE ol the GENUINE
Manufactured Expressly For Us
From the best material found in America, thus ennbllng us to warrant It equal to any made
lu this or nny other country. Large Invoices are now being received for tne,Falr. All are
luvlted to call 'and seo tho work whether they deslro to purchase or not. .
MYALL, EILEY & PORTER,
No. 7, Sooond, and 18, Sutton Sts.,
Tuesday, Wednesday, . Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
September 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 1883.
$6,000 IN PREMIUMS.
isrj.iiir.K.viiiMtK.Hiu.n.s oxall ages and classes or show stock,-
OO ON FINEST I3A.I3Y, $60 ON TOBACCO.
$50 ON WHEAT, $30 ON BUTTER,
Othor artUles In proportion. The management have determined that It shall no longer
bo said that this Is not a fair of Intorest to tue farinor, stoolc raiser aud meohanlc. They have
added ovory attraction and hone tho nooplo will see the neceslty of Hustalnlng tho ontorprlso'
EVEKVUODV WILL BE ADMITTED AT HALF PHIOE ON.TIIE FlltSi1 DAY. Wrlto for
pronrammes. ST. w'. "SJVSJTy&OJST, DEarosi5to?a.t,
O". 3D. 151331X033. Soorotary. yiUd&wtd
9m ! Am
R O FT FOrCemotorles and Yards.
Fowtaift. .- '
PRICES. . .
COOK STOVES at pri
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.-
hundred nnd six acres of good, land
ONE land on Lowrouoo Creole. Two dwellings
and two tobacco barns. Flije urollards
aud au abundance ot wator. Oapubls of sub-division
Into two and
acres each. Price low. Apply to
1 Is5d&wlm 3, S, "WALL, court street.
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