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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY EVE., . OCTOBER 9, 1883.
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BOSSBBf & KobABfiTT"'
TO WHOH XSDKESd ALL COMittTiaCATIOKg
W.B. Mathows A Co. Carpenters wanted.
U. A. sets, etc.
Lost Pair of Hlioew
Moses Daulton & Bro.-Stallion John Bur-dine.
For sale A cottage.
PAHKRRsnana, no doubt Is rich,
In coal, and staves aud logs,
But alio can't hold a candle to
This town, regarding nous.
Our city pots are up to snuff,
In each and all their movements,
Aud then tho town Is one vast sty,
With all the late Improvements.
The Pittsburg coal fleet I's passing
The stcamor Condor arrived this morning
with coal for this city.
The river came up several feet last
night. It is now in good boating condition.
S. B. Poyntz's warehouse at the corner
of Market and Third streets, is receiving
a now roof.
The case of pearl-handled knives and
forks, etc., raflled recently, was won by
Mr. David Hechingor.
A postal card from Rev. M. M. Riley
states that services will certainly bo held
in the BaptistlChurch at Mayslick next
Sunday, the 14th inst.
W. A. Stockdale rested well last
night, and his condition is considered no
worse to-day. Tho chances seem to be
in favor of his recoverv.
Tjje Kentucky Central Railroad publishes
a now time card by which the
morning train leavesMaysville at 10
o'clock, heretofore 0:10, and the evenlinr
train at 12:40 instead of one o'clock as
George McDonald, a ten-year-old
grandson of Mrs. Hoeflich, of Second
street, broke his arm, Monday, by falling
from a fence at tho stock yards on Limestone
street. . The broken limb was set
by Dr. Cartmell.
The entertainment by McWade at the
Opera House lust night drew a good
sized audience, who were very pleasantly
ontert lined. The play was well
rendered, and pave the opportunity for
some good hits of acting
The ice company are putting in an
eight ton machine, which will increase
tho capacity of the works to eighteen
tons every twenty-four hours. Tho popularity
of Maysvilleico and tho increased
demand for it has made the change necessary.
" My daughter has taken the medicine
faithfully, according to directions, and
her health and spirits aro now perfect.
The humor is all gone from her face. I
wish every anxious mother might know
what a blessing Ayer's Sarsaparilla is in
The Germantown fair begins to-morrow
and continues during the week including
Saturday. Tho grounds are in
the best condition, the premium list is
much larger than usual, aud tho attractions
aro greater than ever. Tyler's
omnibus will leave this city every morning
for the grounds at half-past seven
Mn. Frank Jones, who is about to remove
to Emporia, Kansas, will oiler at
public sale on the 11th inst., at his residence
on Poplar Avenue, East Maysville,
Ins household aud kitchen furniture and
other property. The sale will take place
at 2 o'clock, p. m. Mr. Jones is a good
citizen and will be missed from the community.
East Maysville is in some respects
rivaling tho old town. Commerce street
now has as good a hog wallow as will bo
found on Second or any of tho other
leading thoroughfares of tho city. It is
about ten feet in diameter, and contains
filth that stinks as loud as any in the
oldest and most frequented wallows in
Beginning to-morrow excursion tickets
from this place to Louisville by the 'Kentucky
Central and Louisville and Nashville
railroads will bo sold at tho very
low rate of S3 for the round trip. These
tickets will be good returning on all regular
trains for five days from tho dato of
sale. Under this liberal arrangement it
will bo possiblo for all Jo see the great
exposition at iho Falls City.
A Muysrille Girl Abroad.
Philadelphia. Oct. 5th, 1883.
JStf. Bulletin : According to promise. I
I havo undertaken to write you another
letter, Lost sunaay we took tne steamer
Champion rind cfo&cd the Delaware
fiver to Camden, tye then took the
seven a. m. train for Atlantic City, ahd
arrived there at nine a. ni9. Then mo
proceeded to tho beach to pay" our respects
to Neptune. The weather was
just cool enough to bo pleasant. This
was one 6t tho grandest sights that I
over witnessed.. It was indeed a grand
sight to watch the breakers roll in on the
beach, and the roaring which they produce
can be heard for some distance.
When the sea is rouph tho breakers rise
to the height of ten feet. The sand
along the beach is white and numerous
shells and sea moss is washed upon the
beach by tho tide. Tho water, here is
shoal for some distance out so that no
vessel can vmture any t, oarer than
one mile from the shore. but we noticed
far out numerous sailing vessels aud two
or three steamers. At this place there
are three piers which project out into tho
sea at the distance of one thousand feet.
Out on these iers telescopes can-be obtained,
and there you can see for a great
distuuco out on tho ocean. South Atlantic
City is about five miles from Atlantic
City. At this place there is a hotel
built in the form of an elephant, which
is a great curiosity, and is called the Elephant
Hotel. Sir. Barnes, the proprietor,
is a gentleman of the old school, and
understands how to keep a first-class
hotel. After dinner and a rest, we took
another stroll along the beach, and
amused ourselves some time in gathering
shells and sea moss. "We returned
to tho hotel about half-past four o'clock,
and after a short rest boarded the train
and arrived at Camden at seven p. in.,
aud took tho Oceania and crossed over to
On Monday wo visited Girard College.
This is Situated on Ridge avenue and
College Place. On entering we presented
our tickets to tho door-keeper, and then
we proceeded to the main building. This
is built of white marble in tho Grecian
style, and contains fourteen school
rooms. In tho fourth story of this
building can be seen all the old relics of
Stephen Girard, including a copy of his
will, his furniture, gig, and inanv other
things too numerous to mention. We
then went upon tho roof of tho building,
and from this point wo had a good view
of the city. Then, on passing out of
this building, we proceeded to the Chapel,
where services aro held twice a day.
This building is made of white marble
also. After leaving hero wo visited
tho boys' play-ground. This
inclosure contains four acres. After leaving
here wo w ent into the dining room and
dormitory. Here eveiything is furnished
the scliolats in the way of food and
clothing. There are in tins institution
1,100 scholars, twenty-five teachers and
three professors. There are altogether
sixteen buildings, all of white marble.
On Tuesday we visited tho Masonic
Temple situated at the corner of Broad
and Filbert streets. This is one of the
Quest and largest buildimrs of tho kind
in the United States. The rooms on the
first floor are used as committee rooms.
The first one we entered was St. John's
Commander No. 4. In this room there
was a lovelv banner with tho motto on
it ' Be Thou Faithful Unto Death." The
next committee room wo passed into
contained a great manv interesting
things, among which were the portraits of
some of the noted men belonging to tho
order, as George M. Dallas, John M.
Read and others, also the bronze InM of
James A. Garfield and many costly emblems
of tho Masonic order inlaid with
precious stones. This loom alsocont .ins
a large library. On ascending to the
second story wo were admitted into the
Chapter room. This room is hamUomely
furnished with costly furniture. Then
on leaving this room we proceeded to
the Grand Lodge room or blue room.
This room is also furnished handsomely.
From here we went into tho Norman
Hall. This is furnished after the ancient
style of the Normons. Then wo went
into Egyptian Hall. This is furnished
after tho style of the Egyptians. Ascending
to tho third story" we entered the
Knight Templars' Hull. This room is
furnished with costly and elegant furniture.
After leaving hero we visited the
Academy of Fine Arts. This is entered
on Btoad above Arch and contains
many valuable and costly paintings some
of which were on exhibition at the
Centennial building in 1S70. It also contains
some very tine statuary in marble
Mr. Editor, I have now given you a
description to tho best of my ability and
will try to give you a more interesting
letter next time. S. G. D.
Mr. John Parker has returned from an
extended visit to tho West.
Mr. Frank Wheatloy, who bus been
ill at Notre Dauio, Ind., is much better.
Win. Talbott, one of tho oldest citizens
of Lexington, died of paralysis on Monday.
Mrs. C. M. Dodson has returned from
a pleasant visit to her relatives in Virginia.
Mr. Porry Bonar and family, of Falmouth,
Ky., aro tho guests of Mr. William
Miss Lido Berry, who is now at Louisville,
will leturn in a few days and resume
work with her music class.
Miss Lizzio Altiuoyer, after a pleasant
visit to relatives at Newport, Ky., and
Cincinnati, O., has returned home.
Mr. J, C. Grove, of Dover, started on
tho 0th lust, for Washington and other
points in tho east. IIo will bo absent
for several weeks.
The following sales wero made
County Court day, by W.E. Wells:
3 heifers 8 71 (.0
3 heifers 05 75
2 small steers 31 GO
ldry cow i&7 00
smaii muiOi. ... ...... .. ou uu
3 suckling mules 175 to
Advertisements Inserted under this heading
10c per Hue for each insertion.
Try Langdon'a City Butter Crackers.
Insure with Saliee & Salleo. s28dlm
Mosquito bar ready-made and mado
to otiler at Hunt & Doyle's.
Ladies' and children's Jerseys, all
colors and sizes, 'at Hiiht & Doyle's.
Combined pocket book and
in French and Persian Morocco.
Salesmen's books in American, Russia,
and Alligator leather. Call and see them
at Harry Taylor's, 23, Market street.
ii .- ' "
I am receiving daily the best brands of
fresh oysters, which will he served in
any style desired day or night. I will
also supply them by tho can or half can.
slSdlm John Heiseu,
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 Wheelek,
sepiltf Market street.
I am receiving daily the best brands of
fresh oysters, which will be served in
any tyle desired, day or night. I will
also supply them by the can or half can.
oSdtf No. 33 Second St.
Sufferers from the effec's of quinine,
used as a teuiedy for chills and fever,
will appreciate Ayer's Ague Cure, a powerful
tonic bitter, composed wholly of
vegetable substances, without a particle
of any noxious drug. Its action is peculiar,
prompt and poweiful, breaking up
tho chill, curing the fever, and expelling
tho poison from the system, yet leaving
no harmful or unpleasant effect upon the
October 8, ISM, at tli residence nf M.
Campbell King, Mi REBECCA KING o
Mr. CALVIN STERRhTi, all of Mason
RETAIL .MA KK Li,
Corrected dally by G. W. Ukiskl, teroo
street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone 3 7 uO
Maysville Family 6 25
Old Gold 7 Oi)
Mason County J J5
Kentucky Mills H oc
Magnolia, new 5 75
Butter. " to C5r(;w
fjinl.ia J .. ... 12!6
Em's. doz, tM ....i . . . . 20
Meal $ peck...., ft..'...) i. . . . .... 10
Chickens . I5uaa
'.. I a... Mt.tt.l.
Molaves. fancy.. . !. . OH
Coal Oil. Hull... :o
Sugar, granulated - it 10
j p i't...i 10
" yellow lb. ......
romu uoney (4lt. . .(.... 15
Sti allied Honey ... 12K
llams, sugar cuied t It( la
Uacon. breakfast h tt ttl H
Hominy, ty uallou :o
Means gallou 4
Potatoes V peck, new 15
Wearenuthoiled to announce that M. K.
MARSH is u candidate tor the omce of Mayor
ol the city of Maysville at the Jauuury election,
We are nuthoilzed to announce that HORACE
JANUARY N a candidate for
a Mayor of Maysville, at the eusuiug
Wo aie authorized to announce that
LANOHORNE M. TAJ1B is a candidate for
theotllceot CltyCleik at the ensuing January
We are authorized to announce that
HARRY TAYLOR is a candidate tor re-election
as City Clerk at tho ensuing January
For Collector ituil Treasurer.
We are authorized to auuouuce that E. E,
PEARCK Is a candidate for re-election as
Collector. and Treasmer of May&villo at the
eusulug January electlou.
Wo aie authorized to announce Mr. W. W
W ATKINS as a candidate lor Marshal at tho
ensuing January election,
We nre authorized to announce JaMRS
HASSON, Sr., as a candidate for city marshal
at the Jauuary election. Not oue cent lor
Wo aro nuthoilzed to announce that W. 11.
DAWSON is a candidate for tho otllce of City
Marshal, at the ensuing Jauuary electlou,
He solicits the support ot his friends.
We aro authorized to announce that JAMES
REDMOND Is a candidate tor reflection as
Maishnl of Maysvllloat tho ensuing Januaiy
election. Thesupnoit ol hlsfiiends is solicited.
MR. ROBERT W. DROWNING announces
that holsaoiudldate lor City Marshal at the
t'liwuiin: Januaiy election, on the ilrt Monday
iuJanuaty, lbM. Your supnoit
"ixrANTED Two or thieo good carpenters
to go to Maysllck, For further Information
call ou W. ii. MATHEWS & CO,, or at
this otllce. o9d2t
SALE A Iramo cottage,
1 near II, E. Pogue's distillery. Containing
two rooms, kitchen aud cellar, with lot, &J
k'ot wide. The house is new aud in the best
repair. Apply at this otllce. oOddt
SALE-A gootTbomestlo sewing machine.
Inqulie of J. J, McCarthey, ol the
Mt. Carmol 'bus for pi Ice. nitf
17 OK RENT In tho town of Chester, near
: the new Methodist Church, a frame cottage
three rooms and kitchen, with a good
supply of water. Garden and stablo on tho
piomises. Apply to J, D. THOMPSON, on
the promises. odCt
17OR RENT My two-story brick
house, corner Short aud Second streets.
Hizo of rooms thirty-two by one hundred leet.
Well adapted forgralu or tobacco. Apply at
ZWEIGAUT'S meat storo.
BP-NEW CASH DRY GOODS HOUSE.
will offer on Monday, Octobku 8, the following special bargains:
1 0.000 Yards New Style Fancy Prints
(all 1 Btnndanl qualltv, worth 1 cents at C' cents, others at 5 cent. WHITE
u&u ouAn.r.iQ ci .) tier pair; neuer nwz.w
at all prices. Large and complete assortment
PILLOWCASES, COTTONS, CANTON FLANNELS At,., at the very lowest price. KEN-TUCK
JEANH, full assortment, SM cents and up. Ladles' Gent's ami Children's HOSIERY
and UNDERWEAR in lull assortment ut Lowei prices than elsewhere.
Ladies' KID Gloves
of reliable maUes. HOOP SKIRTS, CORSETS, JERSEYS and HANDKERCHIEFS, in large
assortment. Special lot of three-row hemstitcn.all linen. 1 cents, worth forty cents. Special
di Ives In black and coloied CASHMERES, low priced DKEbS GOODS Jmt lecelved. Wear-
warranted to give satisfaction, -The attoutlou
quested to this sale.
IOST On Sunday, between the residence of
j Mr. W.J. Ntcholl, on Sutton stieet and
Richardson A Rueh's corner, a old and
cur.d hreatplu. Please return to Mr.
or this otllce aud be rewarded.
Somewhere between MlneFi Iho.'s
JOST stoie aud the depot, a new pair of
dies' kid shoes number P.. will
please leave them at Miner JL'Riu.'s store or
at thlsoiUce. It
WIMJAMKnfABE 4fc CO.
Nos.204andW Wet Baltimore Street, Baltimore.
Ko. liSi'ifth Avenue. Kow York. I
rVO ADVERTISERS.-Lowest Rate- for d-1
veitNlm: in WI7 uood newspapers sent fie
Addiesn GEO. P. KOYELLlO., Ief Spruce
stieet, N. Y.
17. Seeoud street Mn.VHvJlle. Ky.
AZ - rTlrr -TT
rlAllUo SHU UumAIIO,'
aT.Neooinl snort. Mii.vh1I, Ky,
L. F. MKTZGKKAgt,
lo see the ivoiy fltilsh Clllton and Avalon
Ont Meal Sets MuMi and Milk Sets IMtchei,
Vhn and other new uo'kN now beiim ill-i)hived
lu the show wlndouotO. A. McCAR
THI'S China Sfoie. No. -.4, Sutton St. Uw
I!.1U IX M1XI) THAT
will stand for mnte fioni Oclober 1. to No
veinher 10. at MOE DACLTON A 1IRO.S
Lively, Sale tu d Feed stables at 5J5 to tubule
a maie in Coal. John Murdtne Is by Annont,
the leading she of trotters rtrst dam by
Ilrown chief. the houol Mainbiluo Chle ,
secoi d dam by Heitratu! Ac.
CYCLONE in PRICES.
CLOAKS, tho nnest In the city. Flannels
J l'c, 10; .c and upwauls. )m buudieu
ot Ii illno Calico, 7c. (iii:haiiis. oc , i
h'wC. and 10c. Fifty pieces of Cashmere will
he' sold ata hargaln. Blankets, il.O11, fl.'Jonnd ,
up to S10. oSlw MliS. 31. A. WILLIAMS, j
rEwill pay the above rewaul tor thede
W tectlon of auv neisou uslnu our name
for the nurposo of obtaining featheis 10 renovate.
Our place of buiiuesls nt the corner of
Wall oud Fiout siieets, and, as we aie
of Maysville. we will be found there at
all times. oSdtf J. D. EASION A CO.
rnilEmateilal of the bilck building ou the
X Jll lot, together with two denlcksa lot
of ropes and heavy blocks.
oSd'Jt L J. W.H1N1CLEY.
MASON CIRCUI r COTRT.
John C.Tate and )n .,,,.....,,
Fiancls C. Tate, his wife, f n l)etllUm .1V
Notice is lieiebv given that John C.Tate,
and Fiancls C. Tate, his wife, tiled in the
cleik's otllce ot the Miwm county court, on
thebthday of October, lbs, a petition asUim:
that the said Fiancls C. Tate beempoweied
bv the said cjuit to act as a feme sole, with
all tho i lights pilvlleuesand Iminuultles
by Sec. 0, of iiitlele 12, chapter 5'J, of the
geneial statutes of Kentucky.
Witness: Ren. I). Parrv, cleil: of cald coutt,
thefilh day ot October. Ihs.
oMUOt DEN. D. PARRY, Cleik M. C. C.
&&MllGooai nuil Work WARHATKO.
Number 13, Secoud stieet three doors below
Manceisueei, .Maysville, Ky. apumiiy
TEACHER f r tho public school In Dis.
A trict No, 23, Helena, Ky. Must bo well
ti.uuiu, will be read S for occu
pancy by November 1st. Add i ess olv3tdiw
J. C.A.KING. I
FOR SALE OR RENT.
puichased the blacksmith shop,
tools, and leMdenceof Robert Dudley, at
Mt. Carmel, I oiler the properly for sale privately,
or wilt rent tho saino to a good black
smith. Tho tools aie tho best, ami, in good
older. Address for further partlculais,
o5ditw2w Mt. Curmol, Ky.
per jmirup. vvinie. Red auu uray liiautteM
of brown and lack
of closo CASH BUYERS is earnestly re.
i State & Monroe Sts.. Chicago
S III f tnd rrrI t "? 4!ru tarir
i tor 13J. .0) pws ! httfrav uji I
lof iDttruuunU. SuIU, Cn IMts t r JiK
SUti.li. Drum Mftinr'i Sti. tl
i nu unlry rvu Uiinu, i;tpnnaj
ipiaum.S ftUOlDCTBM laumci'rjn n i c
ef CiwL laJ iluiio.
AM receiving dally the best brands of Oysters
I which will be served in all styles. For
sale alNo by the can, half-can or in bulk at
reasonable prices T. J. NOLIN,
at Blerley'scoulectlouery store, Second St.
Ftult, Fish, Ac, H. F. HEMINGWAY & CO.'S
l.V. XJVU XJIVXXli
S..ouart Cms ..
FA VORITE, quart cans Wo
ANCHOR, s andaixl. quart cans M 40o
ny. SADDLE RolV.'quaVt cTuCVr.V7."'fi0c
plln' per qllarl Annliin!!
Keep constantly ou hand a full supply of
School and Itlanlc
Pencil. P ns Copv Hooks. Slates Satchels,
Inks. Wrtlim P.ipei, KnvelopisAc. carpet
auu ) uildiug paper always lu stock.
Wall Paper, Window Shades,
Pmi, T,llllN r il4, Patent Medicines,
' . ' r u nK !i VnruiU s1 luarsanu lo-
h.aco. 1 ermmeo , Toile Ait Icle Ac., Ac.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
i . W. Cor. Main & Filth,
j CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Invito attention to their ntock W Dragi,
lyv .StuiT. They an
me proiirieiors or ino original ana genuine
Allener ot Uono Liniment. TUoordera of
cuaUuudshort ttmo buyers particularly solicited..
Piles! Piles!! Piles!!!
Old BROWN'S PILE orilE will cure any
cae of protruding or ulcerated bleeding Piles
by a few applications. A trial will convince
auy one who Is suffering with this loathsome
disease that what we say is true. For sale by
JeSOd&wltn Maysville, Ky.
FEATHER CLEANING MACHINE,
J. D. EASTON fit CO.,
Corner Willi and Front Ms.
Feather beds cleaned of all 1 annuities on
shoit notice. All beds weighed and
after cleaning. You aio Invited to call and
see your own woik done.
oct3dAwt( J. D. EASTON & CO.
the im,aci:toi;t cheap
GEORGE O Rl9 Jt8
mch31dly SUTTON STREET.
U, GLASCOCK k CO i!
Is tho best place to got bargains In