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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. .. - ii i -...--- i-- ..i I i MONDAY EVE., MARCH 20, 1882. 'Mid swelling buds and bursting bloom, Wliero creeping vines festoon, Tnero'll be a given by-Oar Irish friend Muldoon. And everybody in the town, Aberdeon and Chester, Are asked most cordially to como And see the famous Jester. St. Patrick's Church is receiving a coat of paint. George "VVhebler received fourteen carloads of lake ice, last week. ,Thk safe of the wharfboat at Augusta, was robbed one day last week, of about $75. The thief is not known. ' A new and reliable Kid Glove Cleaner is for sale at Pecor's drug store. It is odorless and works like a charm. mllual Emma. Powers, the little daughther of John Powers, of West Union, 0., was dangerously burned last week by her clothing catching fire at a grate. Key. M. M. BENTON,forraerly pastor of the Nativity Church, of this city, has been appointed by Bishop Dudley, editor of the Kentucky Church Chronicle. Oxe hundred and seventy-five reserved seats for the Muldoon Picnic entertainment tomorrow evening were sold up to noon to-day." There will be a large attendance by the ladies. The very latest and most fashionable styles of gentlemen's furnishing goods in great variety at unequaled low prices may be found at H. G. Smoot's. He makes . specialty of these goods and keeps a very large stock. Go and see him. The ferryboat Gretna Green will leave Aberdeen to-morrow evening precisely at halfpast seven o'clock, returning after the performance at the opera house. This , will enable our friends there who desire to do so, to attend the famous Muldoon Picnic. Wb trust the art Loan Exhibition suggested by the Republican is not intended to interfere with the exhibition for the benefit of the historical Society, projected by Mr. Hixson, the Secretary. The features named by the Eepublican are included in Mr. H.'s programme. Pedestrlanism. At the Trotting Park last Sunday, in a running race by boys under thirteen years of age one mile was made in the following time : M.S. Geo. D. Yuong 8:53 iPierco Mills 8:55 Bennle Davis 8:58 The same day R. L. Dawson ran a mile in 7:15, George Brown 8:30, Win. Ramsey 10, Geo. Schatzmannn. 10:15. James Stewart walked a mile in 12:30. Running and walking races will take place at the Park next Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. ii One of the nicest recipes for cake is here given. A pleasing peculiarity of it is that it obviates tho neced3ityof having -more than one kind on the table : One .coffee cup of sugar, three-quarters of a cup of butter, two cups of flour, the whites of fire eggs, three teaspoonfuls of baking power; flavor with vanilla. Take from this one large tablespoon ful ; bake the rest in two cakes, as for jelly cake. To this tablespoonful add half a cup each of chopped raisins, chopped citron, of flour, ' and of molasses ; two teaspoonsful of half ateaspoonfa). of cloves, and one wine-glass of brandy. Bake this in one layer. Put the cake together with soft frosting the fruit layer, in the middle. 'The top m ay bo frosted or not. as you .piea8. Mr. Keiiok, from the Committee on Printing, has reported the following bill relating to advertising. Such laws are in successful operation in other states and have been found beneficial. The measure now before the Legislature has been carefully prepared, is practicable, and seems to be such a law as i3 needed in this state : An Act to establish legal advertising in this Commonwealth. . Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, That hereuf tor In all suits now pending, or which may be brought In courts of record in this it shall be the duty of the presiding Judge to order all public sales to bo made under decree of court by administrators, executors, trustees, assignees, commissioners, receivers, agents, or other persons authorized to make such sales, when tho amount Involved Is 8150 or more, exclusive of interest and costs to be fiublished once a week for two weeks before he ray of sale in a newspaper printed In the county, and posting a notice of time and place ofsuld sale on the court house door, and If sulci sale be made more than two miles from the county seat, by posting a notice of the same on the premises on which the sale is to be made. 2. All sales mnde without such advertising shall beset aside, on motion, by the court to which tho exeoution is returnable. 3. The officer who lovles upon goods and chattels by virtue of an exection issued by a court of record where tho amount involved is 850 or upwards, exclusive of interests and costs shall, boforo he proceeds to sell the same, cause public notice to be given of the time and place of sale, for at least ten days before the day of sale, which notice shall be given in a paper published in the county, or If no newspaper Is printed therein, by posting advertisements in five public places In the county, two of which shall be put up iu the precinct where the sale is to beheld. 4. Newspaper publishers may charge and receive for the publication of advertisements required to be published by any public officer of the State, or of a county, city, village, precinct, or other public institution, or by trustee, assignee, executor, administrator, receiver, commissioner, agent, or other officer, the following sums, to-wit: For the first insertion, one dollar for tach inch ; and for each additional insertion authorized by law, fifty cents for each inch, fractional inches to be estimated at amo rate per space occupied. Said charges to be collected at tho same time and in the same and in the manner that other costs are now collected ; and all legal advertising shall be set up in nonpareil type, in compact form, without any unnecessary leads, blanks, or head lines. 5. Every proclamation for an election, notice of rates of taxation, unrecorded deeds, delinquent tax-lists, and such other matters of geral interest to the tax-payer as the court of claims, county Judge, slier Iff or mayor of zny corooratlon may deem proper, shall be published. It shall be sufficient to publish any notice or advertisment required by law In a paper when ono side ofjald paper is printed In the county in which the advertising is required to be printed. ij5. AH general special, or local acts or parts of acts, In conflict herewith, are hereby repealed. 7. This act to take effect from Its passage. 1 . m PERSONALS. Points About People Here and Elsewhere. Rev. Jos. C. Frank is in Maysville today. Mrs. Robert Fieklin is visiting her father at Covington. ' Miss Maggie A. Gallagher, of Columbus, .0.,'i.s visiting the Sisters at. the Convent. Mr. John Green has returned home from Louisville and take a place on the editorial staff of the Eagle. i Cards have been sent out announcing the marriage of Miss Maggie A. Lewis, of Circleville Ohio, to Mr. J. K. Dunbar, of Manchester, to-morrow the 21st., inst. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Stockton, of Georgetown, Ky., arrived Saturday, night, on a short visit to tho family of Col. J. M. Stockton. They returned home this morning. The senior proprietor of the Bulletin went to Cincinnati this morning, as uncle Roe Stockton suggests, for the purpose of Drum-Majoring Currier's Orchestra, on the way up the river. C. M. Currier Coming. Prof. C. M. Currier, tho head of Currier's celebrated Cincinnati band will be here Tuesday evening, and lead the orchestra, at the Muldoon Pic-Nic entertainment. He will bring with him several of his best musicians, with a view to making the music the occasion a most attractive feature. This new addition to the interest of the evening may be taken as an earnest of the desire on the part of the combination to give the best entertainment ever presented in Maysville. The Mite Society, of the M. E. Church, South, will meet at the residence of Mrs. Simon Newell, on Second street, next Thursday afternoon. E -a. The following is from the Richmond (Vai) Dispatch of the 16th inst: Miss Mildred Ryan, sister of Mr. William Ryan, of the State, died at the residence ot her mother,. Adamsstreet between Main and Cary, yesterduy morning about ti'M o'clock. She wus a member of the Second Presbyterian (Dr. Hoge's) church. Altogether lovely inheriilo, she met death with the subllmest faith and comforted her weeping relatives by assurances of the perfect peace into which she felt she was entering. A young lady of excellent attainments and great attractiveness, sho had long been the victim of dlseasertnd the object of the most afToctionato solitude of tho household. Her venerable mother and her loying brothers and s!a ers have tho Jenderest sympathies of their many friends. Her body, was taken by last night's train to Maysville, Ky., there to be buried beside her father and brother. Dr. Hogef in his services lasjt night alluded (without mentioning the name) to the death of Miss Ryan as one of the most peaceful he had ever seen. Ho said that there was no perturbation: no apprehensions, and as near as anything he had ever known it realized the words of the Psalmist "Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for thou art with me ; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me." . . '. TO-DAY'S 31AIiKElS. CHICAGO. iiay wiieni ci &vy& " pork a: 17 3 1 " lard .:. 10 77K May corn 07 Markets steady. -- RETAIL MARKET. Corrected daily by G. W. Gkisel, grocer, Second street, Maysville, Ky. FLOUR. Limestone 8 K 25 Maysville Family 7 50 Maysville City 8 00 Mason County 7 50 Elizavllle Family 7 25 Butter, ' lb 3540 Lard.lSUD U&lo Eggs, $ doz - 15 Meal$) peck 2-5 Chickens ZMM Turkeys dressed $ U 1012 Buckwheat, ft lb . V5 Molasses, fancy &0 Coal Oil, gal i 20 Sugar, granulated lb 11 " A.f tb ;. H " yellow ft lb 910 Hams, sugar cured ft tt H15 Bacon, breakfast ft lb H15 Hominy, ft gallon 25 Beans, ft gallon 50 Potatoes ft peck 40 Coffee... 15(320 E. F. CLEVELAND, Architect and Builder, DOVER, KY. rj H STtMATESof work and building plans fur- ulsned promptly ana on tne mosi reason able terms. marl33m TO THE PUBLIC- undersigned having sold out their livery THE business to Messrs. Brooks & Parker, they request that all persons who are indebted to the undersigned call and pay their accounts and that all persons havinu demands against them present them for payment. They thank their patrons for past favors, and ask tor the new firm a continuance of their patronage, being able to recommend them us reliable gentlemen and business men. CARR& REESE. Maysvlllo. Kv March 8. 1W2. ml5w ANNUAL MEETING. nnHE annual mooting of the stockholders of X tho Lewis and Mason County Turnpike Road Company will bo held on Saturday, April 1st, at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho Sherifl's office in the Court House, Maysville, Ky., for the purpose of elocting officers for the ensuing year. in 16-3 ww G. W. HULL. President. Administrator's Notice. persons having claims against the estate ALL of John Brown, deceased, will please present them properly authenticated at once, ru oil ninimu n mi I nut until oatnfn must hft nrn. sented by tho 1st day ol next April. All persona knowing themselves indebted to the estate must come forward and settle Immediately. ml63tw J. JAMES WOOD, Adm. LEGAL NOTICE. Mason Circuit Court. Sarah B.Thompson, Plaintiff. VS. iruuuon iu equity. Robert A. Thompson, Defendant. Notice is hereby given that Sarah filed in the Clerk's office of the Ma- ...... nix.mU I nnit -n Mm IKfh flni7 ft fnroYi OUU J11UU1I. UUUll., UU V..UAU... v.j . .... V,.., 1882. a petition against Robert A. Thompson, her husbund. praying for an order of Bald court empowering &ne sum ouruii a. uoinpsuu io "sell and convey any property she may now own or ever after acquire, to ruako contracts in har own name, to suo and bo sued and trade as a single woman. Given under my hand as Clerk of said Court. Uoons a nanee, Attorneys. m232ww Atttest: BEN.D PARRY, Clerk Mason Clroult Court. WANTS, 1 will do merchant tailoring a d requiring in the best style and on short no-notice. Leave orders at George Cox & Son's dry goods store and at my shop in the fifth ward. flOtf. HENRY WEDDING. F OR feed. At mar7tfd FOR SALE. -No, 1 Seed Oats, No. t Corn for JOS. H. DODSON'S Grain Warehouse, 10 and 21 Sutton St. SALE A lot of nice shoulders of my FOlt curing, at wholesale or retail. W. H. POLLITT, mar!8dlw. East Maysville. PILES! FILES! PILES? A Sure Cure Found at Suffer! No Ono A sure cure for blind, bleeding, Itching and ulcerated ulles has been discovered by Dr. William, (an Indian remedy,) called Dr. Williams' Indian Ointment. A single box bus cured the worst chronic cases of twenty-five or thirty years standing. No one need suffer five minutes after applying this wonderful soothing medicine. Lotions Instruments and do more harm than good. Williams' Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the Itching, (particularly at night alter getting warm In bed,) acts as a poultice, gives and painless relief, and is preparded only for piles, Itching of the private parts, and nothing else. Read what the Hon. J. M. Colli nberry, of Cleveland, says about Dr. William's Pile Ointment; I have used scores of pile cures, audit affords me pleasure to say that I have never found anything which gave me such immediate and permanent relief us Dr. Williams' Indian Ointment. For sale by George T. Wood or mailed on receipt of price, 51. HENRY & CO., Sole Prop'rs, 02 Vesey Street, N. Y. Dr. Frazier's Root Kilters. Frazler's Root Bitters are not a drum-shop whisky beverage, but are strictly medicinal in every sense. They acts) rougi upon the liver and kidneys, keep the bowels open and regular, make the weak strong, heal the lungs, build up the nerves and cleun.se the blood and system of every Impurity. For dizziness, rush of I) ood to t le head tending to apoplexy, dyspfpsln, fever and ague, dropsy, pimples and blotches, scrofulous humors and sores, tetter, ring worm, white swelling, erysipelas, sore ees and for young men suffering from weakness or debility caused from Imprudence, and to females in delicate health, Frazler's Root Bittois are especially recommended. Dr. Frazier : I have used two bottles of your Root Bitters tor dyspepsia, dizziness, weakness and kidney disease, and they did me more good than tho doctors ami all the medicine I. ever used. From tho first dose I took I began to mend, and I am now in perfect health, and feel as well as I ever did. I consider your medicine one of the greatest blessings. Mns. M. MAKTiy, Cleveland, O. Sold by George T. Wood ut 81 per bottle. HENRY & CO., Sole Prop'rs, 62 Vesey St raet, N. Y. Skin Diseases Cured By Dr. Fhazikr's Magic Ointmbnt. Cure as if by magic, pimples, black head or grubs, blotches and eruptions on the fuce, leaving the skin clear, healthy and beautiful. Also cures itch, barber's Itch, salt rheum, tetter.ringworm, scald head, chapped hands, sore nipples, sore lips, old obstinate ulcers and sores, Ac. SKIN DISEASE. F. Drake, Esq., Cleveland, 0., suffered beyond all description from a. skin disease which appeared on his hands, head and face, and nearly destroyed his eyes. The most careful doctoring failed to help him, and after all hau laueu no used Dr. Frazler's Magic Ointment and was cured by a few applications. Tho first and positive cure for skin diseases ever discovered. Sent by mall on receipt of prlco, fifty cents. HENRY & CO., Sole Prop'rs, G'2 Vesey Street, N. Y. For blind, bleeding, Itching or ulcerated plle. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile OlntmeutSls a sure cure. Price 81, by mall. For salo by George T Wood, druggist. CRAWFORD HOUSE. Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts. O 1 3M OI 3Sf 3M A. T I , O. Lkwis Vaptden, Proprietor.., m