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MONDAY EVENING APRIL 3, 1882. ADVERTISING RATES. C !? S C B i C H Space. S a a a a a One Inch 50 00 70 801 00 1.00 Twoinolies 70-85 1.00 1.15 1.30 1.45 Three inches yo 1.10 1.80 1.50 1.70 1.00 Four Inches 1.20 1.45 1.70 1.95 2.20 2.45 Half col,, 1.80 2.20 2.60 3.00 3 40 3.80 One col 3.00 3.50 4.00 4,50 5.00 5.50 Local notices ton cents a lino; subsequent Insertions five cents a line. Wants, threo lines, ten cents, subsequent Insertions live cents. Special rates where advertisers use both the daily and weekly. Its come to pass, and lie will stay; You know we told you so ; The President has too much sense To fire out Uncle Roe. So firo the big guns, bang the drums, And shout it. from the steeple, Your Uncle Roe is going to stay, And that's what suits the people. The small-pox is increasing at Cincinnati. There were forty new cases reported in one day recently. The steamer Return was at the landing yesterday. Capt. Agnew says his boat is better than a National bank. A new and reliable Kid Glove Cleaner is for sale at Pecor's drug store. It is odorless and works like a charm. mllml The Hopkinsville New Era says : The editor of the Maysville Bulletin occasionally "drops into poetry" and gracefully displays his ability to crawl out without assistance. A cuuiositv in the shape of a Japanese newspaper may be seen in the show window at Mr. Albert's store on Second street. Vicroy & Lee received another lot of spring clothing this morning. Go and see what a handsome suit you can buy for a few dollars. Six persons who hae lately united with the church at Chester were immersed at the river, at Holliday's grade, last night about nine o'clock. A house and lot in East Maysville, belonging to Miss Louisa C. Blackerby, was sold Saturday by G. S. Judd, real estate agent, to W. W. Ball, for $G50. The Portsmouth (Ohio) Times appears this week in a handsome new dress. It is one ot the soundest Democratic papers in the land and is entirely worthy of the prosperity it enjoys. Capt. George M. Thomas, the pleasant proprietor of the Arcade, has remodeled the interior of the premises, and it is now one of the handsomest finished rooms in the city. The painting and decorating was done by Frank Haucke, who has no superior in his line of business, in the town. The Magistrates composing the Court of Claims met this morning to consider the jail question, but nothing of importance was done. There was some talk of repairing the old building and continuing it in use. The court adjourned about eleven o'clock to make an examination of the building. The court met again at one o'clock, and is in session ae we go to press. - Mr. Daniel Scott is pasturing his stock on his wheat fields, to prevent the grain from jointing. For some time past on one hundred and fifty acres ho has had four head of horses, sixty-seven sheep and twenty seven cattle, and all of them are now in the best condition and fat enough to be sent to market. The wheat, he thinks,has been improved and is safe from danger by freezing. The open wintor has made the wheat grow more rapidly than was ever known before in this neighborhood. Millitarr Matters. The following special orders concerning the Mason County Guards have been received from Frankfort : IiEABQUAllTKRS KY. STATE GDARD3. Adjutant General's Office Wl.J Fjrankfokt, Ky., March 31, opeciai uraer, jno.ijm. 1. The following resignations are accepted by order ol the Governor to take effect this day : Augustino C. Respess, Captain Mason Coun- l ly uuaras, jv. e. u. i Robert A. Cochran, Jr., 1st Lieutenant Mason I County Guards, K. S. G. I Frederick Bressell, 2nd Lieutenant Mason County Guards, K. S. G. 2. Major John R. Allen commanding 3rd Battalion K. S. G., will cause an election to bo held by the Mason County Guards, Co. ,,C," at their armory in Maysville on the evening of the 5th of April. Proxies for one Captain, one First Lieutenant and one Second Lieutenant. Vice Augustine C. Respess, Robert A. Cochran, Jr., and Frederick Dressell, resigned, and he will make one report to this office. First J. H. Salle will take command of the company until said officers shall have been elected. By order of the Governor: J. P. Nuckols, Adjutant General, The .following telegram was received this morning: Lexington, Ky., April 1. J. H. Salleo, 1st Sargeant: Order your company to assemble at your armory next Wednesday evening, lor the purpose of electing officers. Orders have been mailed to you by ordor of Major Allen. H. P.KlNKEAD.Sgt. Major. In obedience to the foregoing orders the following notice to the company has been made by 1st Sargeant James H. Saliee, the ranking officer: MAYSViLiiE, Ky., April 3, 1832. The members ol the Mason Coui ty Guards are hereby notified to meet at their Armory on next Wednesday oveuing, Aprill 5th. 18S2, at lxi o'clock to olect tluee commissioned officers, viz.: One Captain, ono 1st Lieutenant and one 2nd Lieutenant. By order of Mnjor John R. Allen. JA3tS H.SAIitiEE, Orderly Sargeant Commanding. Clarence Stanton, the present incumbent, will be reappointed Postmaster, at Maysville, Ky. Cincinnati Enquirer. Representative Phister has assurances which seem lobe very well founded that Stanton will be as Postmaster at Maysville. Courier-Journal. If the name Stockton is inserted in the above paragraphs in place of Stanton, they will read as it was probably intended they should. It is not likely the President will go beating across the border among the Democrats for officer-holders when there are in his own party so many hungry patriots, with their hats in their hands wait ing for crumbs of patronage, though he would show his good sense by doing so if he really desires to give to the country first-class officers. The democrats can supply them. bettor than any other political organization in the country. Social Hop. Tho members of the Emmet Guards have arranged to give a social hop at Neptune Hall, on Monday evening April 10th, which they intend shall afford much pleasure to those who are present. The following committees have been appointed : Arrange vents E. W. Fitzgerald, M. F. Wm. Fitzgerald, John Archdeacon, M. Lynch. Invitations P. J. Clark, Dan McCarthy, M. Swift, John Lynch, T. J. Hickoy. Floor Managers M. J. McCarthy, Mark Brannon, Wm. Moran, Jack Moore, W. Conley, J. N. Kohoo, John McNamara. Tell Dead. The Portsmouth Times says: Wm. II. Rotroff, living six miles west of Jasper and well-known in this city as agent for the Maysville, Ky., nursery, went home Tuesday evening complaining of not feeling well, and upon sitting down, to the horror of his family, fell over on the floor dead. He was about filty years of age, and leaves a wife and one child. PERSONALS. Points Abont People Hero and Elsewhere. Mrs. 0. L. Stanton and Miss Daisy Stanton left by the Ohio, Sunday, for Covington. Thk attention of our readers is called to the advertisement of T. J. Curley, printed elsewhere. He has removed his plumbing and gas fitting establishment from Sutton street to Second, opposite White & Orl's furniture store. Mr. Curley is an excellent workman and will render satisfactory service to the public. Communication. Editor Bulletin: The following quotation from Rev. Dr. Van Dyke, an eminent Presbyterian Divine may be read with profit just now : " We need not connect the observance of Lent (though l see no harm In doing so with tho forty days of Christ's fasting in the wilderness, nor with the forty daysof Moses on tho nor with tho forty days granted to Nineveh to repent. We need not last in tho literal sense of the word: but we must fast from sin, and from worldllness, and to some extent from lawful worldly business, that we may fill ourselves with Divine truth. The season referred to is favorable for suoh spiritual because there is, in all our large communities, a lull in the spirit and an ebb in the tide of worldllness. We deal with this simply as a fact, withoutgoing largely into the discussion of its causes, it will be sufficient to observe that these causes are twofold ; and fixed obser vance of this season by the Episcopal church, I and courteous respect which Christians of I 7c FOK SA&E. IjiOK SALE No. 1 Seed Oats, No. 1 Corn for JU feed. At JOS II. DODSON'S mnr7tfd Grain Warehouse, 19 and 21 Sutton St. FOK RISKY. other denominations pay to their wishes and pmuQ, foc QfoQm FiHni anr habits. Oursoclal circles are made up and our I rlUllllJer, Uttb dllU OLCdlM rilier, public amusements arranged without regard to t sectaiian differences; and it is a mark of good breeding, not to say ot Christian cnarity, to do oi 1 Ihey nothing that would exclude tno presence, wound tho feeling of any, even though may constitute a minority. And hence it comes to pass, that, at the beginning of Lent, there is a sudden cessation of social entertainments, and of all kinds of muscments, good, bad and indifferent. The music and dancing cease, the church bells ling, audthorc is a hush in thecommunUy." Why Maysville societies would decline to extend the "courteous respect" of which the Dr. speaks I do not quite understand. It does seem the postponement of an would be scarcely more th.m due deference to pay a respectable factor of the community. Episcopalians are hearty supporters of both the Musical Society and the Historical Society, and the societies, even if they think a forty days separation from worldly things, and devotion to worship heretical and obnoxious, might show some appreciation, make some return. At least they could fix their time for the Sorcerer that Episcopalians could attend and forward the purpose which they, in common with both societies, have at heart. A custom generally observed since the first century, and perhaps established by the Apo; t'cs, is worthy of more than passing mention and respect. A season devoted to penitence and prayers is certainly worthy of courteous respect. The children of the bride chamber mourn and fast, but do not let that deprive them of privileges afforded others. And in this connection I would ask the Sunday Morning Call, take notice that such paragraphs as "We did not perceive that the general, observance of lent limited to any alarming extent the attendance upon the " Muldoon Picnic," are not necessary, do not tend toward elevating morality, do not teach respect for religion. speak not favorably for a newspaper, and reflect upon a class and numbers of its friends it should not desire to lose. A church with the history, work and devotion to God that the Episcopal Church shows (vide the record of nearly 1900 years) it seems to me deserves more than common courtesy. Yours, An Observer ok Lent. ttoitrw. AtaMlton.Ky., March 2b, 1882totho wife of Dr. U A Allen, formerly MissUosaStlne, a son. At his residence In this city, April 2nd, 18S2, of dropsy, Mr. JACOB DlEHL,aged years. At Fern Leaf, Mason county, Ky., March SO. 1882, IDA BUKGESS, daughter ol James W. and Sallle J. Evans, aged eleven months and nineteen days. Little Burgle thou hast left us, Hero thy loss we deeply feel ; But 'Us God that hath bereft us, Ho can all our sorrows heal. TO-DAY'S lUAKKEl'S. CHICAGO. May wheat 31 KO " pork 17 5j lard 11 flu May corn 71 Markets strong. KtiTAIL MARKET. Corrected daily by G. W. Geiski,, grocer, Second street, Maysville, Ky. FLOUR. Limestone 8 8 25 Maysville Family ; ,.. 7 CO Maysville City 8 00 Mason County .. 7 60 Ellzuvillo Family 7 25 Buttorai lb m 3540 i.ard.ltb U16 Eggs, 1 doz M 15 Meall peck .. 25 Chickens .' 20tf8HO Turkeys dressed lb 1012 Buckwheat, $ lb 4b Molasses, fancy 80 Coal Oil, Tfl gal 2u Sugar, granulated lb J1K A.$ lb it yellow $ lb 910 Hams, sugar curcl lb 141S Bucon, br&akfa $lb M15 Hominy, $) tiallou 25 Beans $) gallon , 50 Potatoes peck ;.. 40 Coffeo... 15&20 KENT A good farm of 200 acres of IjiOR ' excellent tobacco laud with good dwelling and tobacco barn. Apply at mar2!)d&w2w THIS OFFICE. I uo not 1 LOST. TOST! LOST! good fit if you JU leave your orders with the Filth Ward Tailor. mar3ltf J. H. WEDDING. T. J, CURLEY, dealer in Bath Tubs, Hj'drant Pumps, Iron and Lead Pipe, Globe, Angle and Cheek Vnlvet?, Kubber Hose and Sewer Pipe. All work warranted and done when promised. .Second street, opposite White fc Ort's. ap3 JOHH WHESLER, -LE..LER IN- OyHters. Fisli, Unmc, Foroisrn imil fruits, Canned ools,ctc. FRESH FISH at 0. 8 and 10 cents a pound, DAILY. Canned goods at ureatly reduced prices. apltfd. Bathing PRICES Reduced ! IMtOM and after this dote the ptlce for a sin- ; glo bath will be FIFTEEN CENTS instead of Twenty-live cents hs litr jtol'oto. JJ&rEight Tickot3 will be sold fcr $1.00, instead of five. March 30th, 182. T. F. KIKK. d.'ltltw; OPERA HOUSE. Tuesday Eve., April 4th. GRAND EVENT OF THE SEASON. -TH E- MAYSVILLE MUSICAL CLUB In Gilbert and Sullivan's Popular Opera, THE SORCERER Given for the benefit of the MAYSVILLE LIBRARY, Introducing the largest chorus evi seeu the stage in this city, under the dlitcLion ol Dr.J.T. S'IRUDE. Sir Mnrmaduko Polntdextre W. II. January Alexis E. It. Blaine Dr. Daly V. C. Miner N itary G. B. Thomas John Wellington Wells It. A. Cochran, Jr Lady Miss Nellie Albert Aline Miss Anna Douglas Januarr Mrs. Partlot Miss Lucie Sulser Constance Miss Lizzie Cox Chorus of Peasantry. Act IGrounds of Sir Marmaduke's Mansion Act II Market Place of Plovorle.gh. Time Tho Present Day. Accompanist Miss Katy Blalterman. General Admission 50 cents. Reserved Seats, 75 cents. Tickets for sale and seats reserved at John Taylor's PostofUce News Depot. Desirable Residence FOR saxje: On easy terms. The house contains 8 rooms with good cistern and woll and two aeresof ground. Also A DOUBLE COTTAGE Containing 0 rooms now. Anoth. r house, A Two-Story House, with 8 rooms. Persons desiring information M to the above property will call at mar30w2t THIS OFFICE. CRAWFORD HOUSE, Cor. Sixth and "Walnut Sta. O X TO O I 3NT 3NT -A. I , O Lbwu Vandkn, Proprietor.