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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY EVE., OCTOBER 2. 1833.
BOSSEB & MoOABTHY,
Publishers and Proprietors,
To Whom Address All Cohxumicatxons
Jack Browning Spectacles lost.
E. E. Pearce Announcement,
W. Knabe fe Co. Pianos.
G. P. Rowell & Co. To advertisers.
G. B. Wall Commissioner's notice.
Hall, Mltchel & Co. Kettles for Hule.
J. M. Stockton Cottage for sale.
A very certain sign of rain,
And never known to fall.
Is when the clothing men hang out
Tho rubber coats for sale.
Twelve persons in Bath county have
been indicted for seining in the streams
contrary to law.
Miss Annie Albert is making another
display of fine queonswnre and glassware.
Tho windows are very attractive.
Two bargC3 of coal arrived on Monday
evening for theMaysville Coal Elevators.
It is sold at twelve cents a bushel delivered.
m 1. i
A good birthday present for your little
ones is a dollars worth of street car tickets.
Tho juveniles enjoy riding in the
cars quite as much as tho grown-ups.
General R. M.Gano is assisting Elder
J. 0. Frank in a protracted meeting at
tho Christian church in Flemingsburg.
The meeting begad last Sunday and will
continue two weeks.
Country merchants will And large
stocks of merchandise in Maysville this
season, and the prices of many articles
lower than usual. Our business men
have made special preparations for a
brisk fall trade.
It is thought that Craft will commit
suicide, and consequently ho is to be
closely watched. It is said that his family
are very much opposed to his making
a confession at the last moment. The
execution will take place October 12.
A man named Kelly, and Mrs. Luretta
Mungle, a fascinating widow, whose conduct
was not approved by the people of
Hillsboro, Fleming county, and being so
notified, had refused to heed the warning,
were visited at night by a mob, who
tied them to trees and gave them an old-fashioned
whipping, tho lash being laid
heaviest on tho man.
A "Woodford county farmer estimates
that it costs S7.S9 to raise an acre of
wheat, from plowing to threshing, $7.15
to raise an aero of corn, and $14 to raise
an acre of potatoes. Eighteen bushels
to tho acre, at $1 per bushel, tho wheat
will net $10.1G; eight barrels of corn, nt
$2 per barrel, will net $S.S5, and 150
bushels of potatoes, at 25 cents per
bushel, will net $23.50.
Another citizens' relief meeting will
be held at the Court-house to-morrow
evening at half-past seven o'clock, at
which time tho special soliciting committees
will make their report. Tho prospects
are that a very handsome sum of
money will bo raised. In tho meantime
all persons who desire to contribute
clothing and other articles, are notified
to send them to Sir. Win. Wormuld's
coal office on Wall street.
A correspondent of tho Courier-Journal
writing from Frankfort says: Tho
Governor of Kentucky was inspired yesterday,
either in tho eearch among old
manuscripts on lilo in his office or else in
the authorship, which he disclaims. The
following lines were said to have been
found by him, as a part of tho original
manuscript of Maj. Stanton's
Man," and it is supposed they were
suppressed by the author out of a tender
regard for tho feeling3 of hi3 personal
friends : $
Go Into you bar-room, where tho liquor Is
"Good Bourbon," "old ryo," peach brnudy
aud wl nowhere
tho bottles uro labolcd In letters of
Where tho "mint" Is so flagrant and Juleps"
ho cold ;
Where the " punches " are gorgeous and cut
All illled with the rarest at ten cents adilnk.
Go in, my hearty I and find If you can,
Who'll fjot 'em up " for a Mouoyle&s Man.
The oyster liar has superceded thesnako
aud llsh liar. Tho Philadelphia Times tolls
of an oyster that weighed 2o0
Our esteomed contemporary is not as
well posted regarding bivalves as ho
ought to bo. The one referred to abovo
is a small one compared with that described
in the following by tho Now Orleans
Visitors to New Oi loans havo for soveral
yeais azed with wonderment at the mammoth
oyster shells in front or Borgcs'
on street. Those aio
Mild to bo exceeded lu size by one recentlv
received In California, Tho State Museum o'f
Califoi nla has becomo tho owner of tho shell
of an enormous bivalve or the trldaona
species, which weighs 528 pounds. It
was purchasod at Singapore, and Ha gift to
tho Museum, A similar shell sout by tho
Republic or Vouiceto Francis I. now serves
as a holy water lout In the Church or St.
A gontleman, now in this city, who
was nt Now Orleans recently, informs us
that ho saw there threo half shells that
weighed respectively 154, 190, and 204
Registered Jersey Sale
Messrs. A. McClintock'& Son, tho well
known Bourbon county stock breeders,
will offer at public salo October 10th and
11th, one hundred and twenty-five head of
registered Jersey cattle mostly young cows
and heifers in calf to choice bulls. In the
list to be sold aro six Signal heifers, an
imported daughter and a double grand
daughter of the famous Lo Brocou's
Prize, a daughter of Count St. George, a
son and several grand-daughters of the
Coomassio Bull Cataino, two granddaughters
of Polonius, the in-bred Signal
bull, Jessup, 8449, a daughter of Alinah
of Oakland, record sixteen pounds and
fourteen ounces in seven days, and others
of individual excellence and good
breeding from such families as the
Rejuhs Alpheas, Uexs, etc. These
cattle will bo in fine ordor by the day of
sale, when it is proposed to show the
largest and best lot over sold in the South
or West. It is the tenth semi-annual
salo of Jersey cattle by this firm and it is
with much plaesure that they refer those
who intend to purchase to their former
patrons, among whom they have never
yet known a single case of dissatifaction.
Tho sale will be positive and without
reserve or by bidding. For catalogues
address R. Michael, at Lexington.
Mr. E. R. Blaine returned to Lexington
Mr. George D. Berry, of Missouri, is
visiting the family of Mrs. T. K. Berry,
Mrs. Andrews' family, who have been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sam. Smith, have
returned home. Miss Belle Smith
There is considerable uinount or sickness In
Farmers are busy seeding. A large acreage
will bo sown.
Judge Kenton, tho contractor for the abutments
of the bridge, Is pushiug things on
The Red Ranger club aud the Locust Stats
played a game at Uermantown last Saturday
afternoon. The latter club scored nineteen
to nine. Homo.
Cam. King and wife aud Miss Mollle Chandler
were lu Cincinnati last week attending
W. O. Cord Is very proud of his line boy.
Mrs. Xannle Uoodpuster and her two Interesting
children, ot Ovvlnsvllle, aiu visiting
her mother, Mrs. Dick Wells.
Mrs. Keciots, of Carlisle, Is visiting Miss Ada
Mr. Thomas Harilson, or Tollesboro, spent
Saturday and Suuday with his daughter.
Mis, James.Cord. Angel.
A Detroit Romance.
Detroit Free Press. .
" What's that for?" asked a Freo Press
man, as he saw a car driver on Woodward
avenue take a nickel from his
pocket and pass it into the faro box.
41 What her?"
Tho car stopped and tho driver got
down with a "good morning mammy,"
and assiftcd an old woman oi seventy to
enter the car.
44 Did vou pay for her?"
" Weft, the stoiy runs back for almost
two years," ho said us ho picked
up his lines. "I reckon vou know Bill?
II Well, two years ago ho was ono of
tho toughest men in Detroit. He drank,
swore, gambled and had all tho other
vices lying around loose. I tell you he
was a terror when oil' duty on a" spree.
He was getting so bad on his car that
another week would have bounced him,
but something happened."
" He was coming up one evening half
drunk and full of evil, and somewhere
about Davenport street he lurched over
tho dash-board. He caught and was
dragged and the horse began to kick and
run. That old woman there was tho
only passenger on the car, and when she
saw tho accident she came out, grabbed
the flying lines with ono hand and tho
brake with the other, and looking down
upon Bill sho called out:
" Oh! Lord ! help me save him! He's
a wicked young man, and not fit to die !"
" Well, she stopped tho car and held to
tho horse until some one came along and
helped Bill out of his fik, and sho was
all tho time calling him ' poor boy ' and
1 my son ' and thanking Good ho was not
kilfed. He had a close call, though, and
it was a solemn warning. From that
night ho hasn't takou a drink, and no
driver on this lino has a cleaner mouth
or is taking better care of himself."
" And tho old woman ?"
"Sho lives away out, along with a
daughter. Mauy's tho dollar Bill has
sent after her bince that night in tho way
of clothes and provisions, and he'll never
forget her. Tho story came to tho rest
of us after awhile, and we've sort of
a lopted her as " Our Old Mammy," We
nolp her on and olf, pay her nickel out
of our own pockets, and when tho car
isn't too full wo havo a minute's chat
with her. Sho likes us all, and wo
wouldn't trade her ofF for tho whole lino.
It's a bit of romanco among ourselves,
" Yes. Did sho ever talk to you ? "
"Did sho! Sho sat right thoro on
that stooi one day two months ago and
III My son, let drink alone! It robs
tho pocket, cheats the brain and leaves
you friendless. Don't swear! Oaths go
with a vicious soul! Keep your temper.
The man who can't control his temper is
no bettor than a caged wolf.'
"Sho said that with .her bluo oyes
reading my soul and her old voice
trembling with earnestness, and every
word wont right to my heart and lodged
thoro. She's had something to say to
most of tho boys, and I reckon each ono
is tho bettor for it. Curious, ain't it,
how wo found our old mammy, and may
bo you'll bolievo with some of tho rest
of us that Providence had a hand in it."
Advertisements inserted uuder this head-lug
luc per lino for each Insertion.
Try Langdon's Oity Butter Crackers.
Insure with Salleo & Sallee. s23dlm
Buy your underwear from Sparks &
Bro's.,24 Market street.
Mosquito bars ready-made and made
to otder at Hunt & Doyle's.
Yarns all colors at factory prjees at
Sparks & Bro's., 24 Market street.
Best black silks for SI and S1.25 per
yard, at Sparks & Bro's.,24 Market street.
Bargains in carpets, rugs, oil clo:hs
and window shades at Spark's & Bro's.,
24 .Market street.
Hats and caps cheap at Sparks &
Bro'8 24 Market street. octldlw
Onethousaud unlaundried shirts, linen
bosoms and bands, fifty ctMits each, at
Sparks & Bro's., 24 Market street.
Try Ayer's Pills and be cured. Misery
is a mild word to describe the mischief
to body and mind caused by habitual
constipation. The regular use of Ayer's
Cathartic Pills in mild dopes will lestore
the torpid viscera to healthv action,
The tenacity with which people abide
by their faith in Ayer's Sarsaparilla can
only be explained by the fact that it is
the best blood medicine ever used, and
is not approached in excellence by any
new candidate for public favor,
Combined pocket hook and
in French ami Persian Morocco.
Salesmen's books in American, Russia,
and Alligator leather. Call and see then,
at Harry TaylorV, 23, Market street.
Fresh Baltimore uyters of the hst
grades, and th finest of the sMS'n. just
received. As usual, my prices will be
as fair and reasonable cs F nn make
them. Joitv Whkei.ku,
In lid- city, to the win- of M r. .) u
oy and gli .
WVaienuthoiled to thnt V. K.
MAIlbtl 1 a candid ithn tlinirrlCM of ltI
ol the city of MaysvUleal tho Jtiuuuiy eiei
Wo ate nuthoiled toanounv that HORACE
JANUARY is a candidate toi infection
as Mayor of Masvltie, at tne ensiling
For Collector and Trvosuror.
We m e authorized to announce that E. E.
PKARCK Is a rnndldate foi ie tdetiou us
Collector and Treasiuer of Mnysville at the
eiiMiiug Januaiy eleciiou.
"Weaienuthol7A'd to annouuee Mr. W. W
WATKINH as a candidate flu Matshal at the
ensuing January election, Is I.
We aio authorized to announce JaME
IIASSON,Sr as a coidtdatt lor city mntMml
at the .January election. Not one cnt lor
We are authorized to announce Miat W. B.
DAWSON is a candidate for the otUee ot City
Marshal, at the etisutuu January election,
lie. solicits tho lUopoit ot his friends.
Wo me authorized to announce that J AMES
REDMOND is a ca dldate tor leeleetlou as
Matshal of May.svilleat theeosulm: January
"lection. Thchuppoit oi hNlrlends Is .solicited.
MR.ROHERT W. BROWNING announces
thnt he N a c uulldate tor City Mar-dial at the
eumiutf Januaiy election, on the rtrt Monday
In Januaiy, 11. Your support Is .solicited.
purchaser for a Jersey Bull
T calf, ieUtered lu American Jersey
Herd Book. Call at my oillce.
sO W. H. HOIiMEfs, Maywvllle, Ky
BALE Cottage on Street Railway,
; Fifth Ward, at a great hamaln. Payments
can he mrnle at not more than the
rent. It J. M. STOCK'lUN, Aent.
Household and kitchen
tuie, couslstiui; ol pallor M?t, waidrohe,
marble top buieaus, wash stands, dlnlni;
room tables ehults, Ice chest and other articles
too numerous to mention. Persons desiring
any of the above named articles can uct
them by calling on AIU. MARGARET
FRANKLIN, Wall St., Maysville, Ky. s'JJlw
OR SALE A good Domestic sewlni; ma-?
IT chine. Inqulieof J. J.McCarthey, ol the
Mt. Carmel 'bus lor price. niTJU
RENT My two.-story brick ware-i
house, corner Stunt aud Second stieet.
Hlzo of teet.
Well adapted for Kraln or lobacco. Applv at
KWEIGAitTS mealhtoie. hHil
Suuday nijibt, on Second
tweou Short aud Limestone, a pair of
sliver spectacles, lu a led case. Leavo at
Jack Browning's blacksmith shop, corner
Limeritonenud Second; reward. o2d3t
TRAYED From my farm, a may mare,
lame In lefr 1010 loot, with a knot on her
llnht bin. Am ono iludlmr her will
pleasolortvohevat Yancovtte Alexander's 11 v
evry stable, oldlw TOBIAS UUIKFITH.
WB-All Goods nnil Work WAUlt AM'Kl).
Number 43, Second street, three doors below
Market btreot, Mnysvtllo, Ky. upUOdly
UNEt 7ALLED IN
Tone, Toucli, Worlonansliip & Durability.
TVHXIAIK KWABB A. CO.
Ko. 204 ami 206 Weit Baltimore Street, Baltimore.
Ho. 112 Fifth Avenue. New York.
rro ADVERTISER.-Lowest Rates for ad-X
verthlnsc In 997 uood newspaper sent free
Addreu GEO. P. HOWELL & CO., 10, Spruce
Dry Goods and Notions,
Furnishing Goods Hooks, Stationery and
for small children ni.d gtowu persons a specialty,
A laiye stock of
Hand-Made Knit Goods
of nil Kind. Nowltlof all kmds and PRICES
VEUY LOW. My Mock is complete in
all lines and I stinrautee satisfaction In all
eases. The puhllc pationaire 1 solicited
l3dtl MIfcS ANXA FRAZAR.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of the Kidneys.
HAS been iimM with most gratifying
in npitij obstinate casts. Prof. F.
W.CIaWc.pn fesvn ofi'hemMry at th University
ot Cincinnati mi s this water 'blougp
to the vime class with that of the Alleghany
sprint, oi Virginia," tli medicinal viuue
of which areioo well known t'betated heie.
Thtiie who del h to try thl famous water
me iffnrred to Cantuin C. W, tiovil. Levaunn
uiiio; lapuuii v. M. Hoiiowav iinclnuHtl.
O. to: I. J. Ralpe. Cincinnati, Ohio For half
In half ImneisnndjiJgs by
utTt. l..MuNS, proprietor,
tnWdAwrf berdneu. Ohio.
14,o0b Soxes aold in a yeur cy uAE
, Act IMrcctly on tlic
lirKll dache.Bl: s t. LI
ITIIV, lZ.l, PVLI'ITTI'N
OV TltK KPAIIT, I I.ZlXlhS, ToiU'lD I.lVEIt,
I ' MTI ti liVi'L SLt KI'Ll"oNE.ANI ALL
I I'nSMO THE Li 1 H AXP T 1.AC1I. 11
, ion - nnr'fe vt" u ? ni? pll! all
sf,r n utes te tij! nch " lores
, the app e li j. rt9lof t ilv rei;
R.E.SELLEOS&CO,, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Henry Seals Adnn. Ae., Plalntltr.
vs. y Notice tociedlt i.
John T. eai and al, Ueiendants,
All peisons bavin? claims niauust the
above estate will pient them to me,
proven.at inyotlleeou Couit .stieer, irom
the 1st lo loth ol October, ls,
g uiabTTs. wall,
s'JTwlt Master Commissioner M. C. C.
MASON CIRCUIT COURT.
Elizabeth JohnsonVs Amn'r. Plalntlfl.
vs. Notice toCietUlnrs.
S. S. Rlley et. aU. Detendauts.
Theciedltotsot Elizabeth Johnson, coloied.
will present and provo their claim against
her estate on ot before October 15, Its, at my
otllce in Maysville, Ky.
GARRETT S, WALL,
receiving dally the best brands of Oys.
JAM which will be served In all htyles. hot
Mile also by the can, hall-can or in hu k at
leasonable prices. T. J. NOLIN.
at BleileyNcouiectlonety toie, second M.
TwoStovu BBICK House,
Containing soven oreIiht looms, In the city
of Maysville. Will .sell cheap ami upon teim
lo hull puichaser. Call on or address
S. E. MITCHELL, M. D.,
a2dtf Sharpsburg, Ky.
$Jk n Ua yOW&HEALY
w KJ.Vr.'i kt Slato & Monroe Sts.iChlcago.
RAWM CATALOGUE, '( aJrfSl
for ls '
i, f ip l.iu , xtJiSf,J
Sl&nili. Pruni Mnor sffj, I rTV
luti. S m.'fv it. 1 it "tit, .eriinnz
JMi UtKs(. M.oln.lu '! In.tru. tIouiii 1 li JLM
rrift ir AinMvtir riuat. ftua WAt.u.wr
hundred and six acies of eood land
ONE land on Lawionce Creek. Two dwellings
ami two tobacco barns. Fine orchards
and an abundauco ol water. Capabls of subdivision
Into two tuims sixty and fortyslx
acres each. Price low. Apply to
i&Iifcwlm U, S, WALL, Court stieet.
A, R. GLASCOCK&CO M
Is tho best place to get bargains
Cor, Sixth and Walnut Sts,
Lewis Vandkn, Proprietor,
TIIK I'X.ACKTO GET C II BAP
mch31dly BUTTON STREET.
rpHE splendid blugrass farm of Lewis F.
JL Brooks, near Minerva, and on the Dover
and Minerva Turnpike, containing 2i!3J acres
An elegant brick dwelling, two good tenant
houses two of the tluest tobacco barns lu
Mason county, good btables, orchards, and an
abundance of water, and ulenty of fine tobacco
laiul. Apply to GARRETT S, WALL,
sepSdAwlm Maysville, Ky.
Old BROWN'S PILE Cl RE wlllcureany
case of protrudiug or ulcerated bleeding Piles
by a few applications. A trial will convince
any one who Is suflerlng with this loathsome
disease that what we ?ay Is true. For sale by
GEORGE T. WOOD,
Je30d&wim Mav&ville, Ky.
ROBINSON & CO.
Are tlll grinding corn and a:e prepared to
ailudyourowu coin orexchnuge atauy time.
Wheat CUSTOM Grinding
Will be done as heretofore, when good wheat
Is biought to them. uOd A w'Jm
Keep constantly ou hand a full supply of
School and Blank
Pencils Pens, Copy Hooks. Slates, Satchels,
Inks, Wruin Paper, Envelopes, Ac. Carpet
and building aper always lu stock.
Wall Paper, Window Shades,
Pure Dmgs, Teas-, Snlces, Patent Medicines,
OyeStutls ulNand Varnishes Clears and Tobacco,
Periumeiy, Toilet Articles Ac, Ac.
M F KM
F. L. TRAYSER,
ALL UlSTRUMEtJTS WARRANTED !
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED!
Front Sircol. Maysville.
A General Eequest.
IN tesponse to a very ncral te(iiest wo
have bi-on Induced to 1 ut upon the market
n full line ot the best makes of
wl ioh weollerat leduced iatcs. Needles, Oils,
and Attachments tor all kluils ot Machines
constantly on hand.
UTs.PECLL Nol'ICE. A competent work,
man in tho otllce will tepalr any kind ot Hew.
1 i: machine pionipily and hatlsiactorily,
making them as ood it new.
East Second Mitet, Maysville, Ky.
IrBuKHBiMiWni im TI jb BB
830,000 FOR S2.
3Iuflily Drnivliir will
2- MJltaUe jlace lu the Masonic Hail,
liulldluy, Louisville, Ky.
j JLML tilOiAl X, JUl c09 iOOO,
A I.awlul Lottory and Kali Hmwlim
chartered by the Legislature ot ICv. ami twice
dvclaidi leal by the Muhet court lu tho
State. Bond ulven to Uuiry county lu the
sum of liM.ujutor the piompt payment of all
A Revolution In Nluirlo Xuiulier
ticket holder his own supervisor,
can call out the unmber ou his ticket ami ea
the corU'spohdlm; number on tne ta placed
lu the wheel In his pieeuce. These niawtutss
will occui ou the last Thursday of every
mouth. Read the lnaLcuinceiit
1 Prix inborn
1 1 llit ..................'..... l"''l'U
1 Prize 5f00o
'J PiUest,oOi eacn 6,000
6 Pilzes, each 5,000
3 Prizes, 3'H) ench, Approx'n Prizes.... 2.700
Prizes, 2iX) each, l.soo
b Pilzes, loo ench, " W0
2i Prizes, VW each 10,000
HU) 1K) ench lO.t'OO
at) Prizes, Ou ench 10,000
5'KJ Prizes-, 2u enCh 10,(00
luoo Prizes lu each 10,000
I7sw Prizes, SlIbTlOU
WholoTleliets, S.1, llnlf Tlokots, $1.
7 TleKvIs, 80. H5 Tirlit'ts; 100.
Remit money or bank diaft In letter, or
send by express. DON'T SKND BY REGIS
TKUKU LETTKR OR POSTOFK1UK ORDER,
until iurther notice. Orders of $5 and upward
by exiuess, can bo sent at our own expeuse
Address all oulei to J, J. DOUGLAS,
bepl7d&wly Louisville, Ky.
J J. McOARTUKY.Ltceused Auctioneer
for Mason and adjolnlnu counties, Or
doisleft at the Rullktin otllco will receive
prompt attoutlou, P. O, address Ml, Carmel.