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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
SATUKDAY, EVE., JULY 8, 1SS2.
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To-morrow morn sweet Sabbath bells,
Their welcome will be ringing.
And saint and sinner, young and old,
To worship will be bringing.
And some who are thus churchward lolled,
A friendly seer now tells,
Just go along intent to ring
Their own sweet Sabbath belles.
Butter is up again to 30 cents a pound.
Potatoes to-day sell for 25 cents a peck,
Hunt & Doyle have made some
reductions in the price of dry
goods. See notice elsewhere.
Many of our citizens are taking advantage
of the decline in the price ol coal, and
are storing away the winter supply.
The music stand is to be removed from
the court house yard to the foot of Sutton
street. The change is a welcome one.
The proposed appointment of night police
in Maysville is a good move. Such
guardians of the peace have long been
Capt. Joe Browx's new omnibus, which
is one of the handsomest on the road, will
start .Sut to-day. It is large, comfortable,
well furnished and safe. The enterprising
owner has a right to be proud of it.
The Bourbon News says: Mrs. Sallie
Howell, widow of Pete Howell, has gone
to take up her abode with the Shakers, of
Shakertown. Paris has added nearly a
dozen recruits to that place tluHng the
last three months.
On the occasion of the meeting of the
colored Baptist Association at Cynthiana
on Sunday July 16th, a special train will
leave this city at 6 o'clock, a. m., and arrive
at its destination at 9 a. m. The fare
from Maysville for the round trip is $2.
Tickets may be had at the depot.
One of the most interesting publications
now appearing in serial form and sold by
subscription The World's Great Nations,
a work containing forty lull page steel engravings
and five hundred smaller ones. It
is issued twice a month and is sold at 25
cents a number. No library is complete
without this excellent book.
A moonlight fete will be given next
Monday evening at the pavilion corner of
Second and Short streets, that is promised
shall be most enjoyable of the season.
Prof. Venie's string band will furnish the
music and there will be all kinds of refreshments
provided. Everybody is invited
to bo present. See the advertisement,
A report was received hereto-day, that
several new cases of small-pox have appeared
at Ripley and three deaths have
.already occurred. If this report should
unfortunately prove toJbe true, steps
should be taken immediately to prevent
the introduction of the diease here. No
time should be lost in taking the precautionary
Rev. M. W. Taylor. D. DM presiding elder
of the Ohio, District, Lexington Conference
will preach at the M. E. Church, on Third
street to-morrow at 11 o'clock a. m.
Owing to the Union Service of the two
Presbyterian churches there will be no
service at the Chapel in East Maysville,
Rev. J. . Pace will hold service) in the
Church here, to-morrow morning and
evening as usual, and will preach at the
Baptist Church, Washington, at four
o'clock in the afternoon.
There will be no service to-morrow
morning or evening at the Church of the
Nativity, on account of the absence of the
pastor, Rev. W.'D. Powers.
Services will be held as usual at the
Christian Church to-morrow.;
The usual morning services will be held
at St. Patrick's Church to-morrow at 7:30,
9 and 10:30 o'clock and Benediction at 3:15
o'clock p. m.
Services will be held to-morrow morning
and in the evening at the M. E.
Church, South, by the pastor Rev. M. D.
The two Presbyterian Churches will
unite in communion service to-morrow
Points About People Here and Elsewhere.
Master Stockton Wood is visiting friends
at New Richmond, Ohio.
Miss Maggie Branch, of Lewisburg, is !
the guest of the family of Mr. S. R. Brooks.
Fred. Bailey, of Manchester, is the
father of twins, a boy and girl. They arrived
on the 5th inst.
Mr. J. W. Wallace, one of the enterprising
business men of Bloomington, 111., is
in Maysville, to-day, on a visit to friends.
Mr. Thomas Donovan, of the Clark
County "(Ky.) Democrat is in Maysville,
Mr. J. H. Rogers, of the firm of T. W.
Wheatley & Co., is out west on business.
He will be absent several weeks.
Mr. Henry P. Ayres, of the firm of Cal-lender,
Ayres & Co., of Peoria, 111., was in
Maysville, this week. He lived here about
twenty-five years ago.
Mr. W. W. Bean, of Dayton, KyM son of
Mr. John R. Bean, late of this countv, is in
Maysville on a visit to his old friends. He
is the president of the Newport and Dayton
Street Railway Company, and a director
of the German National Bank of New
The Times says that Allen Keal, of
Fleming county, recently sentenced to
four years jn the penitentiary for stealing
a horse in Fayette county, has escaped
and is reported to be in that neighborhood.
War Declared ou High Prices !
Read this and then form your own conclusion:
15c. lawns reduced to 8.
10c. lawns reduced to 5c.
Best calicoes made 5c.
Two pairs men's 15c. socks for 15c.
One pair men's 10c. socks for 5c.
Yard wide bleached cotton worth 10c,
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( c. hunt ix uoyle, oecona street.
At a meeting of the Neptune Fire Company
held Friday evening, the following
officers were chosen to serve the ensuing
President H.L. Newell.
Vice Piesident T. Lowry. ,$
Secretary Jame) Purueil.
Treasurer Robeit Ficlulu, si
Messenger Thomas Wallace.
Chief ot Hose James Creighbaum.
First Director Lady of Lake Robt. Sheppard.
Second Director V. S. Cady.
First Director of Uncle Bob-W. W. Watklns.
Second Director Paul Crane.
First Director of H. L. Newell Robt. Brown-ins?.
Second Director Sol. Kinsler.
Standing Committee James Creighbaum fW.
S. Cady, $lmou Davis, Isaac Watklns and T.
morning. The sermon will be preached j The workmen on the new jail have en-by
Rev. H. M. Scudder, of Elizaville. Ev-, counteredaseriousobstaclein theoldsewer
erybody is invited to be present,
will be no service at night.
port. He is accompanied by his wife,
formerly Miss Keith, of Augusta.
WAS IT WHISKY
That Caused the Awful Accident at Mingo
Junction I Latest From the Wreck.
Seubenville, O., JulyS, 1882. It is now
believed that whisky was at the bottom of
the Scioto steamboat disaster, as some of
the officers and many of the passengers
had freely circulated the bottle before the
collision and were drunk at the time. It
is conceded on every hand the number of
lost will reach fully one hundred. The
scene about the wreck is agonizing, and at
the recovery of each body a wail of anguish
gDes up from friends who have been
watching now three days for their loved
The Flemingsburg Times siiys :
We are sorry to record the sadden death of
the babe of Mr. ana Mrs, A. P. Horu, Qp Thursday
they speut the day at the residence of Mrs,
Mary Horn and while there the child in some
way received a blow on the head, which was
not thought much of at the time, but as they
wore orr their wayhonie the child went into
spasms.f and tiny stopped at the residence of
Dr UMQDQeJljlnXtWpTRlace, where the child
died about 4 o'clock Friday morning; Tt was
aged about eight months. It will bo burled in
the Mayavillo cemetery to-day, Saturday.
that runs through the lot. Instead of taking
a direct course, as supposed, it winds
about like the meanderings of a stream,
and is so near the surface it cannot be
arched and at the same time have a cellar
to the building. The impression now is
that the county will have to buy part of
an adjoining lot and change the course of
the sewer in that direction. In the meantime
work has been discontinued, the
contractor telegraphed for and the magistrates
notified to assemble here on Monday
to consult about the matter.
August wheat .$
" lard 12 00
44 com 80lA
Corrected dally by G. W. Geisel, grocer, Second
street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone 8 7 75
Mnysviue iaimiy u to
Maysville City .. 7 60
Mason County 7 10
Kentucky Mills G 75
Butter. Tji lb 25(53
Lard, WD 15
Eggs, doz 12,5
Meal peck su
Molasses, fancy fcO
Coal Oil, W gal 20
Sugar, granulated "ft lb lfy
A.$ tb ll
jt..w.F Vj . "'' "?Y
Hams, sugar cured tb
Bacon, breakfast "$ Jb 1(
Homluy, gallon lu
Beans i guiiou to
Potatoes peck 25
Dried Peaches 8
THE LATEST SENSATION.
4000 Yard Lawn, choice styles and fast colors
at 5 cents per yard. ofO yards India Linen
at 10 cents per yard. 240 pains regular made
men's half hose at 10 cents per pair. Other
goods proportionately low.
July 6, 1882.
riHJS certifies that the advertisement which
JL appeared in the last two issues of this paper
by Cvrus Russell, were made without any authority
granted him by the terms ol the partnership
of Dodson, Hugging fc Co. He (Russell)
not owning a dollar of Its cash capital only
an interest In Its teams, floats and tools, and
was on a salary, and the late Arm of Dodson,
Huggins & Co., do not in any way hold themselves
bound by any contract made by said
Cyrus Russell, JOS. H. DOD.-ON,
GEO. W. HUGUINS.
'PHE Arm of DODSON, HUGGINS & CO., is
JL this day dissolved by mutual consent, Cyrus
Russell retiring. The business will be continued
at the same place by Jos. H. Dodson and
Geo. V. Hugcins, under the Arm name of DODSON
& HUGGINS. JOS. H. DODSON,
Maysville, Ky., July 7, lbi. JySdtf
Four Doors Below the Postoffice
HAS OPENED HH-
ICE CREAM PARLORS.
ice Cream forale by the gallon or half gallon.
Wedding Parties furnished on .short notice,
THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST.
Up ill the ItlouiitniuH of North-Fas torn
Kentucky, LowiM County, 100 Jltics
from Cincinnati, itiiq action -
ably i he most desirable
SUMMER AND HEALTH RESORT
For Families and Invalids.
NOW OPEN FOR GUESTS.
Ladies and children can here spend a most
enjoyable season without being subjected to
any annoyances of a bar 10 m, as no viues or
liquors of any kind aie sold on or about the
premises. The nivhts are delightfully
Cool. The hotel accommodation) are ample
and supeiior ot their class. The cooks and
attendants have been carefully elected.
A. V. Wood's celebrated string Band and
Jubilee Minstrels have been engaged for the
season. Dancing every night (Sunuay
The finest ot White Sulphur at d Chalybeate
Spilng Wateis, pure mountain air and
' no mosquitoes " Guests ma rely on eveiy
comfort and attention that could leasonnbly
be expected. J N .S & S r ACY,
0vner ui.il Proprietors.
D. E. George, Clei k.
Post-office In Hotel: alo. Bell Telpphone
connection with Western Union Telegraph
Company, for all parts ufu.ecnuu ry
For dtsctipllve circulars in. d term address as
above, or to No. 2M Racestuet Cincinnati
CHINA, GLASS and QUEENSWARE
at a small margin above COST. I have Just received
a large stock ot new goods Horn New
York and Europe, which I propose to sell out
at a very small margin above cost.
KNIVES AND FORKS,
Clocks and Silverware a specialty.
G. A. AlcCARTHEY, China Depot,
No. a0 Secoud Street.
T. J.CASSIDY. F.M.YOUKO
Wholesale and Retail
Produce and Commission Merchants,! Market
Street, (B. F.Thomas &, Co.'s old stand.) mays
vllle, Ky. Dealers lu all kinds ot Field and
Garden Seeds, Flour, Fruits, Potatoes, Bacon
and Lard, pure Liquors otrall kind, Canned
Goods a specialty. Highest market price paid
either in cash or trade lor all kinds of Country
Pioduce. Consignments solicited. f23Iy
MUSIC and DANCING!
THE BEST OF THE SEASON.
MONDAY, JULY 10th.
At the PAVILION, CORNER OF.SECOND AND SHORT STREETS; music hy Prof. VENiE'S
CELEBRATED STRING .HAND., All kinds of refreshments. Perfect, order maintained and
e very-Attention' ' paid to the comfort antTontertainmeut ol visitors.
COME EVERYBODY AND JOIN IN THE MERRIMENT.