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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY EVE., OCTOBER 1, 1883.
Publishers and Proprietors,
TO WlIOK ABDRB8S A 11 CqOTXICATIOWS
Found-Bag of coffee.
Spark & HroR. Barjiftlns In dry goods.
All broke up,
We must say,
We saw to-day.
Knocked us flat,
In a tnlnute
Woman in it.
Tub streot cars continue to bo liberally
Amm a raise of about four feet the
river is falling aain.
Tub now two-cent postage stamp was
issued to the public for the first time
The Handy No. 2, now building at Cincinnati,
will be finished, it is expected,
by the first day of November.
About $225 were raised at tho meeting
Saturday evening for the relief of the
colored people who lost their dwellings
on Hord'a Hill by fire.
Mn. D. A. Fiuskczi, of this county, sold a
few days ago, three short-horn bulls to
Messrs. Long & Ferguson, of Nebraska.
They wore very fine animals.
Tho Handy arrived this morning with
nine hundred bags of wheat and a large
lot of miscellaneous freight beside. This
was the blue ribbon trip of tho season.
Maysville contributed $1,000 for the
relief of destitute persons in Chicago,
hdw let us see what she will do for her
own citizens under similar circumstances.
Try Ayer9 Pills and bo cured. Misery
is a mild word to describe tho mischief
to body and mind caused by habitual
constipation Tho regular use of Ayer's
Cathartic Pills in mild doses wilj restore
the torpid viscera to healthy action.
Judge "Wall received tho following
dispatch this morning and left by tr,ln
at noon to-day to respond to the invitation
Cincinnati, October 1, 18R3.
Judge G. 8. Wall: Tlio bar entertains
Chief Justice Coleridge tomorrow night, and
an invitation for you is here.
J, C. Underwood.
In giving a list of tho little folks who
attended Miss Mary Cox's birthday party
wo accidentally omitted the following:
Miss Nettie Smith, darned lace overdress.
Miss Lucy Wardlo Smith, darned lace overdress.
Miss Llda Lowry, white mull.
These little ladies were very charming
and received many compliments.
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Mn. Geo. C. Goguin, on Saturday, sold
the following property for W. S. Clift :
l horse. t. .. ...' o"
1 horse 150 0(J
1 cow and calf . ' W
1 cow 10 00
1 calf 22 w)
4 hogs ........ . ...... w Ml
1 sow and pigs 0 50
The farm was bid up to $S0an acre
At tho meeting of tho Confederate
Survivors' Association, held on Saturday
evening, only regular routine business
' was attended to. Members who have
not paid their initiation fees or annual
dues are requested to forward the
amounts, to A. B. Orum, tho treasurer of
tho association, as tho money will bo
needed to pay for printing tho constitu
tion and by-laws. Tho initiation fee is
SI, and tho annual dues $2.
Capt. Samuel Rogers, who shot his
two brothers, William and Tom, in the
room in which they were born, in the eld
homestead, near Blue Lick Springs, used
two pistols and flred ten shots in all. Two
others, loaded, were found on the floor
after the shooting ceased, William was
shot through tho bowels and is dead.
Tom was struck iu the head and is dying.
Both Tom and Will had killed their men.
Sam claims to have shot in self-defense.
The celebration in Cincinnati of tho
establishment of tho ilrst German settlement
in America will bo of such largo
proportions that it has been wisely concluded
to divido tho programme, so that
it will cover two days instead of one.
According to tho new arrangement tho
torchlight procession (there will bo ten
thousand men in line) will occur on tho
evening of tho 17th, and tho Music Hall
demonstration on tho evening of tho ISth.
Tun troubles of tho judges at tho baby
show aro thus noticed by tho Louisville
Post, To all of theso gentlemen lifo has
since been a burden : There wore sixteen
entries in tho baby ring at tho Maysvillo
fair, lust Friday, Mrs. Dayid Conway's
baby took tho premium. There wore
five thousand persons present, and among
them fifteen very angry mothers. It was
thought afono timo that tho militia
would have to bo called out to protect
tho judges, but their friends succeeded
in smuggling them across tho river."
Citizens' Rrllef Meeting.
At a meeting of citizens at the Courthouse,
Saturday night, to consider tho
conditional tho colored sufferers by the
date fir a on J&ard't Hilt:
On motion, Robert A. Cochran was
appointed Chairman, and George W.
On motion, Win, Wormald was appointed
Treasurer of whatever funds
may bo collected, and on further motion
an opportunity was offered to those present
at this meeting to mako contributions
and thereupon sundry subscriptions
On motion of A. T. Cox, a committee
of three citizens from each ward of the
city was appointed to solicit subscriptions.
Said committee was appointed as
SKlrst Ward-Fred Bendel, Win. 8. Frank,
Second Ward James C. Owens, T.J.
J. M. Stockton.
Third Ward-H. C. Barkley, R. II. Lovel,
Fourth Waid-Dr. J. P. PhlHter, Henry
Newell, A. T. Cox.
Fifth Ward W. B. Mathews, John R. Rudy,
George T. Wood.
Said committee, in connection with the
Treasurer, were made a permanent committee
to attend to the disbursement of
It was voted that tho President and
Secretary of this meeting be instructed
to address a communication to the City
Council and County Judge, requesting
them to make appropriations to the fund.
On motion, it was ordered that the
fund collected bo expended in rebuilding
tho houses destroyed, under supervision
of the committee.
On motion, it was voted that all persons
desiring to contribute bed clothes,
clothing, or other things to tho colored
sufferers, be requested to deliver them at
Wm. Wormald's coal office, and the
clergymen of tho city are requested to
givo notice of same from their pulpits on
next Sunday, and that notice of same be
also given in the city papers.
On motion, the committee on contributions
was requested to immediately appoint
a of three as a
building committee, to ascertain the
losses, and the cost of rebuilding the
On motion, the meeting adjourned
until next Wednesday night at half-past
Mr. Henry Dinger is visiting the Cin
Mr. John O'Ksefe, has gone to St.
Louis on a visit to friends.
Mies Sue Jenkins, of Indianapolis, is
visiting her cousin, Miss Aikman, of the
Mr. George Altmeyer, who has been
at Covington for seveial weeks, has re
Miss Belle Aikman, of Maysville, has
gone to visit friends at Tilton and her
grand parents at Elizaville.
Messrs, P. T. Murphy, Charles Bland
and M. A. Swift, left yesterday to visit
the exposition at Cincinnati.
Mr. M. F. Kehoe, who has been at
Toronto, Canada, attending the Cigar
Makers' Convention, arrived at home on
Misses Nora Kelly and Nettie A. Fris-toe
returned homo on Saturday, after a
pleasant visit to friends in Kennedy's
Judge G. S. Wall and Dr. H. K.
left to-day for Newport, Ky., to
take proof in tho case of Dr. G. W. Keith
vs. Jns. A. Keith's executors.
Mr. Henry Green and wife left for St.
Louis this morning. Mr. Lon Haloy, of
Lexington, will have charge of Mr.
Green's train during his absence.
Mr. Robert Humphreys, who has
reached the venerable ago of eighty-nine
years, is dangerously sick at the residence
of his daughter, Mrs. M. A.Wood,
Tho tenacity with which people abide
by their faith in Ayer's Sarsaparilla can
only bo explained by tho fact that it is
tho best blood medicine ever used, nnd
is not approached in excellence by any
new candidate for public favor.
Senator Bayaiid reiterates his unwillingness
to tolerate Ben. Butler's political
action, or to see public power placed in
MlssMottlo Rhoades is visiting Mrs. Mor-ford,
Mrs. Joseph Rankins has returned homo
from Georgetown, Ohio.
Mr. Lneien Wheeler, of Snrdls, visited his
friend, Mr. Hilas Frist oe last weok,
MlsoJEvelva Smith spent Saturday aud Sun
day with Miss Carrie McAtee, of Fern Leaf.
Misses Emma aud Lena Means, of
visited tho Misses Frlstoo last week.
Messrs. W, R, GUI and Lawrence Horton
took in the Cinaluuatl Exposition last week.
Miss Annie powers will leave this weok for
Indiana, whose sho expects to spend boveral
mouths with friends.
Misses Sarah Taylor, Alice Forman and
Phebo Forman have returned from a visit to
friends at Louisville,
Harry Burgoynoand Mrs. John Thompson,
of Fern Loaf, visited tho family of Mr. A.
Burgoyno on Suuday.
Mrs. Henry Pangburn, ot Dallas, Toxas, has
returned home after a protracted visit to nor
sister, Airs, Thomas Powers.
Tho Misses Haydon and Roddy and Master
Forest Hoyden havo returned to Ashland,
Mo,, after a dollghtml visit-to tho family of
Rev. F.8. Pollitt has returned to his old
post horo, tho M, E. Church. Ho preached his
flrat sermon laut Sunday, will preach Again
next Sabbath morning and evening.
Rev. E. Erwln preached his farewell sermon
Sunday night In th Presbyterian Church at
this place. He expects to make his future
,ln Carroll county. He ha made many warm
jri9nutsueru, wuu regret iuh uupnriurt?.
The late tobacco luu grown aud looks much
batter since the recant rains.
tTricId IJbVTerltuufc no rides iu the finest
baroubhe on TuofcahoeRtdjre.
bi H. "Wilson) of Brooklrn. npent several
daya.at" f oodlawn," last "week.
MiKriliollte Xiiiytham, of Helena, has been
visiting tho fatuity of Ji J. Perrluo.
Elder' Jones will preach al Beasley Creek
Church the first Sunday in October.
If all reports are true, we aro soon to
have a wedding lri this neighborhood.
Mle Belle KveMtt Reynolds Jolo and
LI trie Uacou attended lite Ripley fair last
Little Maggie, daughter of H. W. Smoot.
fell from a stable loft last Wednesday and
was badly hurt.
M n Jacova Bacon, who Is teaching In the
Onborne neighborhood, has u flourishing
school of thirty pupils.
During the nuance of W. H. Hilt, some
one attempted, aleiv nights since, to break
into thvhouso of Mrs. Elijah Llojd, but was
A Colorado rouish proudly wears a ring
throuvrh a hole which was made in his
ear by the bullet of a barroom adversary's
A locomotive of the International Railroad
was used to pull down the telephone
wires between San Marcos and
About one hundred thousand
are engaged in the lumber business
The total product of lumber in Canada
in 18S1 was $3S,541,752.
Philadelphia is to have a street car
with a patent snnng motor. The inventor
says that after the snruur is wound
up it will propel the car eight mile?.
Judge Greer, in charging the grand
jury of Shelby county, Tonn., laid special
stress upon dealing in futures, and upon
keeping gaming houses and selling pools
Dr. Jfiles, of Jacksonville, does not
understand his well. It is SOOfoet above
th high water mark of tlie Florida coast
is but sixteen feet deep, yields a full
supply of pure, coldfresh water, ami vut
ii rises aim luus m u uiu uiuau tiif es.
Ho wants it explained.
Advertisements Inserted under Hit- nend
ln lUc per Hue tor each Insertion,
Try Langdon's City Darter v. ruukera.
Insure with Sallee & bailee. h2Sdlm
Buy your nnderwe.tr truui feptrks A
Bro's.,24 Market ftieet.
Mosquito bar.s and uuute
to older at Hunt & Dovle'a.
Yarns all colore at factory prices at
Sparks & Bro's., 24 Market Kieet.
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Best black for Si and S1.25 per
yard, nt Sparks & IWs.,24 Market street.
Best canton flannel drawers for fifty
cents a pair at Sparks & lira's., 24
m o m -
Bargains in carpets, rugs, oil clohs
and window shades at Spark's A Bro's.,
24 Market stieet.
A. K. Glascock tfc C). have ju: t
ceived a new stock of ladies' and
dren's Jersevs in nil colors. s291t
Hats and caps cheap at Sparks
Bro's,, 24 Market street. octldlw
I am receiving daily the best brands of
fresh oysters, which will be served in
any style desired, day or night. I will
also supply them by tho can or half can.
F. II. Traxel,
s2Gdlw No. 2G( Second Street.
m .m m -...,-
One thousand unlaundried shirts, linen
bosoms and bands, fifty cents each, at
Sparks & Bros., 24 Market street.
Combined pocket book and
in French nnd Persian Morocco.
Salesmen's hooks in American, Russia,
and Alligator leather. Call and see them
'at Harry Taylor's, 23, Market streot.
Fresh Baltimore oysters of tho best
grades, and tho finest of the season, just
received. As .usual, my prices will bo
as fair and reasonable as I can make
them. John Wheeler,
sep3tf Market street.
In this city, September 30th, 1SS3, to the
wiio ot Mr. James Stewart, a line daughter.
In thi city, September 20th, 1SS3, MARY
71A8SON, iiliaut daughter of Mr. and Mr.
Corrected dally by Q. W. Gkiskl, procer,
Second streot, Maysvllle, Ky.
Limestone 8 7 00
MayHville Family G 25
Old Gold 7 00
Mason vouiiij ......... . " o
Kentucky Mills 6 PC
Maguolla, new 6 75
ljtirU v C ......... t. ...(... ..... Xm
lSf fl) (10ZiMIIIIIMIIIIl ..tMM.tl.M.M .... ... U
Meai if) p6ciC(.v.....i !. ... ... ........ .v
LUlCU6U8lllHMIt illKIUtlMMHtMHIIIIMMMMH IDQjfcO
oioi asses, ianoy. . i ..... ..... ....... uu
.. ...... .... "
uoai wii, p (j'',"""m,'mm" t.i
Sugar, granulated ty lb 10
yellow V to 8(39
Comb Honey 15
Btralued Honey 12K
Hams, sugar cured ty lb lo
Hucon, breakfast fy Vb w 14
Hominy, ty call on J5
Heans w gallon 40
Potatoes $ peck, now ... 15
TTfrANTED A purshatser for aJerney Bull
YV alf, leglstord in American Jersey
Hard Book. Cull t wy otllce.
&a W. 11. HOLMES, Maysvllte.Ky
I?ORSALE Houhold and kitchen
tnre, couAlstlu Of parlor set, waldrobe,
marble top bureau, wash sUnds, dining
room table, chairs, Ice chest and other articles
too numerous in mention. Persons desiring
any of the above named articles can uet
them by calling on MRS. MARGARET
FRAN KLIN, Wah St., Maysvllle, Ky. sSSIw
ITIOR BALE Mason county farms A No. 1,
; containing 223 acres, 180 acre-, 131 acres,-112
acres, ltG uores. SO acres. All improved.
Apply k GARRETT B. WALL, MavsTtlle,
fJOR SALE A good Domestic newlm; ma-JP
chine. luqulreof J. J. McCartney, oi the
ilt. Curmel 'bus for price. aSUtf
T?OR two-story hrlclc ware
i7 hou, corner hort and Second streets.
Size uf rooms thirty-two by one hundred feet.
Well adapted for grain or tobacco, Apply at
ZWEIG ART'S meat store. sUd
T OST Al the lair ground on Friday even-
ju ms;. a uecKince cuaiu wltli ti Cnnipo mtt.
The tinder wilt please leave it at this omce.
STRAYED From my farm, a gray mnre,
tame hi left fore loot, with a kuot on her
rl.ht hip. Any one finding her will
p'eabeletve herat Yaucev a Alexander
stable, oldl w TOBIAS GRIFFITH.
Saturday, half a suck of cofTee.
1 It had probably 1 een dtopped from some
wagon. Apnly to ALEX sruART, colore,
or to this otllce. old
W are authorized to announce that M. F.
MARSH Naeandi bite tor the office of Mayor
ot the c'ty ol .Maysville at the Jauuary election,
We are nuthorlzed tountinunce that HORACE
JANUARY N a candidate for
a Mayor of Maysvllle, at the eu&uiiiK
Wenrenuthoiized to announce Mr. W. W
WA'tKIXtiaoamudidate for Marshal at the
ensuing January election, 181.
We are authorized to announce JaMES
H ASSoX, rtr., as u cmdldate Cor city marshal
hi the January election. N t one cent tor
electioneer! in; purposes.
W are authorized to announce that W. B.
DAWSON Ha candidate i"rtlieotllce of City
Marshal, at the onutn: J:tuuaty election.
He MdliMts the import of hi frfend.
Wu:e; authorized toannoivuWflnl JAMES
RhDMOND i a ca iltdau to' re election a.
Marshal or Maysvllle at thee ulfi January
lection. The support o h trleiid 1st solicited.
MR. ROBERT W. RROWMSG announces
that helsacmdldate lor city Mar-dud at ihe
enulir.' Januuiy election, oiithortrt
in January, P)l. Your supjioit Ino1c
reeelviimdary thehet brand of
IAM which will heervwl Inull M1.n. For
ale hIm) by the can, half-can oi in hu'k at
it;t.inablt price. T. J. NOLIN".
at illeiiey'scoutecllonery to-e, Second St.
niiwrrr c. fuaSkTi n
iTirNext door to Bank of
Boots, Shoes, Leather
Xo. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets.
iuchSldly MASV1LLK, KY.
O. XV. GEISEL,
No, 9,W, Second St., 0i. Opera IIouno,
Fruits ami Vetcetablesln season. Your patronage
respectfully sollclteil. lUdlv
Two-Story BRICK House,
ContalntuK seven orelht rooms, in the city
of Maysvllle. Will sell cheap and upon tenns
to bull puichaser. Call on or address
S. E. MITCHELL, M. D.f
aSdtf Sharpsburg, Ky.
prepared to paint Dulles and Furniture
of all klmWou motoreasouahlo terms
than any other painter In the cltv will otter.
I guarantee my work to be hist class. Leave
orders at Hall, Mitchell ACos.
Jyhttm C. II. PEAL.
SUtcA Monroo Sts.(ChlcaQO.
Will tend rrr tl 1 to ny vMiw lhir
iDUrUUtili, ,.IW, I'lt. ik'M,
ii. .Sun.lrtf lit! l (J it nu. i et'tirni
In-fm (lonati.l L i
irciirt i or Anrnvir iHuoi U4 .i.WkU.
tf ChoLUic4 MuiU
KIHK has opened a dally meat mar-
RC. on Market street, next door to It. 11.
LovelV, and will keo( all kinds of lreMi meat
at reasonable prices and will deliver It lu any
part ot the city. Call aud bee me.
Propilctor of the celebrated brands: Hold
tho Fort, Parlor Queen aud Mother Hubbard.
Best cigars lu the market. Full variety of
Hecoud stieet, ally MAYSVILLE, KY.
yrXXVEY A AIiEXAXDfilt,
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES.
Vehicles of all kinds, good stock nnd eareful
drivers. Horses kept by tho day, or week on
reasonable terms. Second Bt., between Market
THIS PiiACKTOGKT CHEAP
GEORGE OR1, Jr.'s,
mch31dly BUTTON STREET.
fPHE splendid farm of Lewis F.
JL Brooks, near Minerva, and on the Dover
and Minerva Turnpike, containing 223J acres
An elegant brick dwelling, two good tenant
houses, two of the finest tobacco barns in
Mason county, Rood stables, orchards, and an
abundance of water, and lenty of fine tobacco
land. Apply to UARRETT 9. WALL,
sepSdAwlm Muysviile, Ky.
Old BROWN'S PILE Ct RE will cure any
case of protrudlug or ulcerated bleeding Piles
by a few applications. A trial will convince
any one who Is suflerlng with this loathsome
disease that what we soy Is true. For sale by
Je30d&wJm Maysvllle, Ky.
ROBINSON & CO.
Are still grinding corn and are prepared to
grind your own coin or exchange at uuy time.
Wheat CUSTOM Grinding
Will be done as heretofore, when good wheat
is brought to them. aCdSwSni
Keep constantly on hand a nill supply of
School and Blank
Pencil". Pens, Copy Bootes Slate. Satchels,
Inks, Writing Paper, Envelopes, Ac. Carpet
aud building paper always In stock.
Wall Paper, Window Shades,
Pure rrugs Tens Sidces Patent Medicines,
DyeStutN, OIN nnd and Tobacco.
Periumery, Toilet At tides Ac, Ac.
F. L. TRAYSER,
:DeaIer lu flistcla:
PIANOS ! ORGANS.
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED !
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED!
Front Street, Maysvllle
tepone to a very penra1 reqaet we
have been induced to put upon the market
a lull line ot the bet makes ot
which weotTerat leduceil rates. Needle, Oils,
aud Attachment tor all kinds of Machines
constantly on hand.
IWPECIA L NOTirK, A i ompetent wofk
man lu the otllce will tepalrnuykirdof Sew.
1 UK nmchlne promptly aud satMact ully,
uiukluu them a good hn nw.
East Second utreet, Maysville, Ky.
$30,000 FOR $2.
Vvffiilur Monthly Itmulii;? will
MQtake place lu the Masonic Hall,
Uulldln, LnuNville, Ky.
X l.invl'ul liOitery iiikI Fair UriiuiniTH
chartered by the Legislature ot Ky. ami twice
declined leal by the hUhet roiut in the
Houd ulwn t H"my county iu the
sum of StiHVXHJiur the ptompt payment of all
X IUvlnlloti In Slnitle Xiuuher
KirKvery ticket holdei hi own supervisor,
can call out thu munher on tils ticket and ?ee
theconehpoudlu numiter on tiietau placed
lu the wheel in his presence, Theediawlni!s
will occur on the last Thursday of evety
month. Head the maultlcent
1 Prize ?fiif0CO
i x i'i!ce.itD. ).. .... .... . 1ui'"ai
1 Prize S,0w
li Prizes S,60t) ejeh 5,wi)
5 Prizes, 1,(10 ouch 5,no0
y Prizes, 3i0 eoch, Appiox'n Prizes.... i,70u
n Prizes, aw each, l,S(W
I) Prizes, lno each, " " IH.MJ
21 Prizes, aw each 10,ti0
100 Prizes, ioo each 10,u00
200 Prizes, 50 each llon
&H) Prizes, 20 each 10tf 00
louO Prizes iu each iu,0oo
1,837 Prizes, 'subHoO
Wliolo Tickets, St. lluir Tlekom, 91.
U7 TUItols, 80. H5 TleketH 8100.
Remit money or bank draft In letter, or
tend hy express. DON'T SKNI) RY REGIS.
TKUEb LETTER OR POSTOFFiOE ORDER,
until lurther notice. Onlersof :5and upwartf
by ox pi ess, can be sent at our own expense
Address nil orders to J, J. DOUGLAS,
soplTdAwly LouUvllle, Ky,
J. WcOAUTIIET, Licensed Auctioneer
a for Mason and adjolnlug counties. Or
tiers left at the DuLiiKTiN oillco will receive
prompt attention, 1. O. address Mt. Carmei,