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Daily evening bulletin. [volume] (Maysville [Ky.]) 1881-1882, December 10, 1881, Image 4

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Guatemala Women in the Surf
San Francisco Chronicle
Wc landed at Clinmperco Its thatched
huts sheltered by royal palms and sur
rounded by orange groves presented the
ideal tropical picture which was well con
firmed by the fervent heat of the sun
Our curiosity being soon gratified we
strolled down the beach Several hun
dred men women maids youths and
flourishing in the foamy surf the large
majority of tliem being unemcumbered
by even so much as a linen collar
Theres your bright bronzed maidens
of the sun exclaimed our poet in rap
tures
How about the sharks inquired a
more practical traveler when it was pro
posed that we join the bothers
Ohthey wont touch you in the surf
a jolly -tar replied lV6 never heard of
anybody being hurt by a shark in the
surf They- cant see in the surf
Confiding in this pleasant theory we
partipipated in the general enjoyment
The brown senoritas manifested no sur
prise or disapproval and assumed no pru
dish airs They laughed shouted and
Plunged into the roaring breakers with as
much indifference as though they wore
the most elegant bathing costumes ever
manufactured The women of Central
America are famous for beauty of form
which is due chiefly to the fact that they
ignore those appliances of civilization
that twist the paler sisters out of shape
A young man and his sister were hired
to teach a school in Clay county Ky in
partnership the young lady to teach the
first half of the school and her brother the
other Very soon after the young lady
began teaching one of her largest male
students became her fellow and in a
very short time they married Not long
however after they were married the
young groom and another of the brides
students engaged in a little knock down
Each of the offenders was brought before
the fair disciple of the rod was given an
impartial trial and the young groom was
proven to be equally guilty with the other
and was given his choice of leaving the
school or taking a whipping He chose
the latter so his newly made bride did
herself fair justice in the use of the rod
gave her husband not a few stripes and
cuttfng the blood out in not a few places
Since then everything has passed off
smoothly
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Madison Courier Bill Hood who form
erly lived in this dty died at his home in
Jackson county near Seymour recently
aged seventy years Hood was a remark
able man in many particulars and for
strength was perhaps without an equal in
the State thirty years ago He was a team
ster and often while engaged in hauling
rock would lift with perfect ease and place
on his wagon flagstones that would require
the strength of three ordinary men When
his team would stall in chock holes he
would place his back under the axle of
the wagon and boost the load out of the
hole When in his cups he was some
what quarrelsome and conscious of his
strength would defy the officers of the
law and their poises Upon more than
one occasion the officers had to shoot and
disable him before they could arrest him
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A man put his head and some stones
into a bflg at Constantino Mich tied the
open end closely around his neck and
leaped into a pond The inference is he
was drowned
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Kirkto ood is to stay in the Cabinet
Chester Land For Sale
OFFER for sale an undivided one filth of
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the pint of 10 ACRES of LAND in the town
of Chester nnd near the limits of theHcity of
Maysvllle which belonged to the rotate of
Judge Lewis Collins It is situated between
the turnpike or Second street and the old
County Road In front of the residence of J J
Wood It will when sub divided embrace
about THIRTYLOTSPrice SI
cash balunce In one two and three years with
Interest annually
RICHARD H COLLINS
at at G W Blattermans Drug Stoi c
J G PEGOR G0
Just received on exhibition and for sale u
beautiful line of Elegant presents such as
HOLIDAY GOODS
Gift Book Sciap Autograph Photograph
Albums Plush Goods Miscellaneous
JUVENILE TOY BOOKS
EnglishAmerican and Scotch Poets
Christmas Cards
ChristmasBooks
Elegant BibleB
Fine Frames
Papeteries
Musical Instruments
Alphabet Blocks
Writing Desks
SZfli Games in greatvariety
Odor Cases
Cut Glass Bottles
Celluloid Russia Shell Pearl Plmh
Morrocco Card Cases
and
Pocket Books
Fine Extracts
Hair Brushes
Celluloid and Rubber Setts
Work Boxes
Work Baskets
Chromos
Ebony Frames
Fine Lamps
Stereoscopes
Spy Glasses
Give Us a Call and Examine Our Good
No trouble to show goods Remember our
Motto Quick Sales and Small Profits
J C PECOH CO
WII01E3AIiE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOKS STATIONERY and DRUGS
Januarys Block Second Street
Are ihformdd that you areoverlookiugyour
best Interests when you pass by
JOHN WHEELER
Ho has more goddthlngdlban anybpdyelsfrin
LOW3ER PICBS
Seb lieteMnir friend liow dpes
wewjXorkvouniUyfitera arora two tq three
rincneB i0HgvesapepKe iiay juysters taropua
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occasionally cmnqa uoqud confectioner
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and see irib v m j
JOHN WHEELER
Market Street
CALL AND SEE THE
Latest Styles and Cheapest Stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES
AND
HATS and CAPS
for the winter season We keep the best in the
market as those who have bought of us can
testify
HARD PAN PRICES
We will not be underpaid Call and see us
Exclusive sale of the Danbury Silk Hat
n521md A M ROGERS
T MENDELL
Baker and Confectioner
Wo 13 Second Street
rn he boss plooefor fresh bread and cakes also
jl iresn candies nuts irnits ana a carefully
selected assortment of Christmas tricks The
very best quality of goods and t lie lowest prices
inthocity Dont forget the place No 13Sec
street
Spareribs Tenderloins
AND
SAUSAGE MEAT
From
the pork packinc
establishment
of
Hechinger Thomas Co for sale at their
Meat Depot on Maiket street one door below
Paul Hceillchs dry goods store n24tfd
Miss LOU ROWLINGS
Second street opp Washington Opera House
Is the Best Place
To obtain the latest styles of
Hats Bonnets Ribbons French
Flowers and Millinery Goods
In general
ZEPHYRS in all colors
Holiday buyers will And at my establish
ment many desirable goods suitable for gifts at
prices that defy competition Befpre buying
elsewhere eive me ri call lmd
WILLARD HOTEL Lottery Drawing
1 1TII FEBRUARY1882
or MONEY REFUNDED
LouisviMiE Ky November 10 1881
Mesolved That the Board of rommlssioners
consent to a postponement of the drawing
of the Willard Hotel Lottery until the Nth day
of February 1882 and they will not consent to
any lurther postponement of the same
Rodt Maliouy Chairman
By the above resolution this drawing must
and will be hgd on1 the day fixed or money
distributed back to ticket holders
If enough tickets are sold before date fixed
the drawing will bo hud and notice of same
will be given through the papers
IilSTPF PRISSESx
The Willard Hotel with all its ttOKfi fff
Fixtnresaud Furniture J QvfUUUU
One Residence on Green Street 816uu0
One Residence on Green Street 15000
Two Cush Prizes each 85000 100110
Two Cash Prizes each 82000 40011
Five Cash Prizes each 2000 500i
Five Cosh Prizes each 850n 2500
Filty Cash Prizes each 8100 5000
One Hundred Cush Prizes each r0 5000
Five Hundred Cash Prizes each 20 10000
One Set of Bar Furniture lono
One Fine Piano 500
One Handsome Silver Tea Set 100
400 Boxes Old Bourbon Whisky 833 11400
10 Baskets Champagne 835 350
Five Hundred Cash Prizes each 810 5M O
400 Boxes Fine Wines 3U 12000
200 Boxes Robertson County Whisky 830 0 0
400 Boxes Havana Chrars 10 4000
Five Hundred Cash Prizes each 810 5100
AMOUNTING TO 9309850
Tickets 8 Halven 4 Qnnrtcra 82
Remittances may bo mode by Bank Check
Express Postal Money Order or Registered
Mall
Responsible agents wanted all polntB For
circulara giving full Information and for tlckr
ets addrew WCJ WHIPS
j u u WillaVd Hotel LouisvilleiKy
NEW MARBLE YARX
4 n r if i i n t iM fJt T- r
riXT respeotf ullya nriounco la tbaipublidth at
stteetVrilidvoance ifcAlexajatforfcblejand
are prepared to rurnisn MonuncmghpraD
Stones Freestone Pavements and bnlldjng
work or an Kinds promptly on snort uouce
marlO ly COOK CLARK
CITY AM COUNTY DIRECTORY
Courts Circuit Conrt
Judge A E Cole
Commonwealths Attorney T A Curran
Clerk B D Parry
Sheriir JC Pickett
Ian PeiG
Deputies j Jg HRice
Jailer Ed Gault
Tuesday after second Monday in January
April July and October in each year
Comity court
Judgp G 8 Wall
ounty Attorney J L Whitaker
Clerk W V Ball
Second Monday oi each month
Quarterly Court
Tuesday after second Monday In March Juno
September and December In each year
IngistrntcN Courts
Maysvllle No 1 W IT Pollock and J L
Grant flratand third Tuesdays in March June
September and December
Maysvllle No 2 Win Pepper and W L
Ilolton first Saturday and fourth Tuesday
same months
Dover No 3 A A Gibbon and A F Dobyns
first and third Wednesday same month
Minerva No 4 0 N Weaver and JHWat
son first and third Tuesdays same months
GennantownNo5 S F Pollock and James
Fegnn first and third Satuidays same months
Saidis No G J M Ball and J W Tilton
second and fourth Saturdays same months
Mnvsliek No 7 C W Williams and JD
Raymond second and fourth Fridays same
months
Lewlsbuvg No 8 J M Alexander and
Abner llord second and fourth Thursdays
same months
Orangeburg No 0 W D Coryell and WJ
Tully first Saturday and last Monday same
months
Washington No 10 John Ryan and James
Smitheis fourth Tuesday and third Wednes
day same months
Murphysville No 11 Lewis Jefferson and
E L Gault fourth Monday and third Thurs
day same months
Fern Leaf No 12 S E Mastin and J B
Burgess second and fourth Saturdays same
months
Constables
Maysville No 1 J P Wallace
Maysvllle No 2 W L Moran
Dover No 3 W 11 McMillan
Minerva No 4 James Runyon
German town No 5 Isaac Woodward
Sardis No fi J A Collins
Maysliclc No 7 Thomas Murphy
Lewisburg No 8 S M Strode
Orangeburg No 0- Thomas Hise
Washington No 10 James Gault
Murphysville No 11 W R Frather
Fern Leaf No 12 B W Wood
Society BleetJngs Mosonic
Confidence Lodge No 52 first Monday oi
each month
Mason Lodge No 342 third Monday of each
month
Maysvllle Chapter No 9 second Monday of
each month
Maysvllle Commandery No 10 fourth Mon
day of each month
1 O O F
PiFgah Encampment No 9 second and
fourth Mondays in each months at 7 oclock
DeKalb Lodge No 12 Tuesday night each
week at 7 oclock
Ringgold No 27 Wednesday night each
week at 7 oclock
K of P
Limestone Lodge No 30 Friday night of
each week
t o w jr
Wednesday night each week at their hall on
Second street
Sodality BVM
Second and fourth Sundays in each month
at their hall on Limestone street
Father MathowT A S
First Sunday night in each month at their
hall on Limestone street
St Patricks Benevolent Society
Second Sunday night in each month at their
hall on Limestone street
Cigar Makers Union
First Saturday night in each mouth
I OGT
Monday night of eacli week
Mails
K C R R arrives at 930 a m and 815 p m
Departs at 545 a m and 12 ra
Bonanza down Monday Wednesday and
Fridays at 0 p m Up Tuesday Thursday and
Saturday at 8 p m
City of Poiitsmouth down Tuesday Thurs
day Thursday and Saturday at 11 am Up
Monday W Idnesday and Friday at 10 p m
til GOVERNMENT
The Board ot Council meets the first Thurs
day evening in oach month
Major Horace January
Council
Presidont John P Phister
First Ward W S Frank E D Nuto LEd
Pearco
Second Ward Dr G W Martin Thomas J
Chcnoweth RI C Hutchlns
Third Ward J N Thomas Richard Dawson
David Hechinger
Fourth Wait Dr J P Phister B A Wal
llngford John W Alexander
Fifth Ward R F Means Wm B Mathews
Edward Myall
Treasurer and Collector E E Pearce
Clerk Harry Taylor
Marshal U W Fltzcera d
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