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P s h fi THE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY KVE.. APRIL 12, 1883. Evkninq Uuli.ktin Is published ilnlly, ami served tree of postage nt u rents perweek;H3 cents per nionth;7Tconts .... ll.t.w. tunllf llU I 91 Kf I ..... Dlv ..., till II Till (ici linn umiii ii' i ii'iv j'vi n liiuiiiiiiiixuM $3 per j ear, payable In advnnoe. following persons are thonuthorl.cd agents for the Daily Mn. i.etin at I lie places named. Contractu lor hubscrlptlon or ml vei Using may be made with them: W.Sult. Shannon Win. Clary. .MiNKiiVA W. II. Hawes. Mt. OI.IVKT I'eter Myers. A Jackson. Fkkn Lkak Hurry Hurgoyne. (iKKMANTOWN T. J. Kliclcley ik CO. Washington MUs Anna Thomas. fiyiir SIRS Tho above number represents (he circulation, each week of the Daily and Wkkki.y lU'r.t.Krtv. Advertisers aie Invited to call ntul assure tlcinselves oi the tiutli of tlio .statement, and they are requested to bear In mind that our a es for advertising are tin? lowest. Tun Ohio I.eyislutuio will niljonrn on Monday. Cob. W. 0. 1'iiaim.ky, of Kentucky is nt "Washington to peek n. foreign Tun reunion of Morgan's men will be held on the Kentucky Association Grounds, in Lexington on July LMtli. Jofl'orson Davis will be invited to make an nddrofe?. GovurKon Ri.ackiiuhn' 1ms made n statement in which he emphatically ies that pardon brokers had attempted to influence him in extending tho Executive clomone.y to the persons indicted not long ago at Lexington. Tint Democrats of Georgia are balloting for a candidote for Governor. The names before tho convention are J. S. Noynton, A. 0. Nnccii, A. D. MuDaniel, Phillip Conk and K.J. Simmons. At last accounts Roynton was leading. Tint Cochran Inspection Dill is said to have but a poor prospect of passing tho Ohio Senate. A canvass of that body shows th it nt present only fourteen votes cm he musteied for it, and there in no doubt that the opponents of the measure will tako immediate Mops to force it to a vote which they are confident will result in its defeat. A movi:mijni' is on foot at Cincinnati to rr.'nni.e an association to be known as ''The Foieimi and Domestic Warehouse ! Company." It is to haven paid up t.d of SItfO.OOO and its object is to afford j relief to the whiskv men from the hard-' ships under the existing laws. The stops taken, althouuh only informal, have met with favor and the whisky men in other cities will be invited to join in the movement. J'KltSONALS. Mr. J. C. Groves will leave this week, fr Washington City. Mr. Charles D. Sulser left yesterday evening for Tombstone, Arizona. Mrs. Sarepta Thompson tnd ter, M'ws Delia Tliompsou, of German-1 town, arc visiting the family of Mr. K.I Thompson, of Kant Maysvillu. Prof. D. Corwino Stevenson, son of Rev. 1). W. Stevenson. D. D.,of Augusta, Ky died recently, of consumption at Aiken, S. C, where he had gono for his health. He was a young man of fine attainments and was a professor in the Female College at Augusta, of which his father was President. The remains weie taken to Lexington for interment. nnwrfYuiyis. M VYSMCk. Worthlngion Is on the sick list. Mr, William A. I'tod, or Sharpsburg, was In our inldul litis week. Mis M iry Mchval 1, of Charleston Hot-toil), Is visiting the family of .Mr. Flank Lay-It) a in, 'A young child of .Mr. Chain, died Monday night. Mrs. Matilda Wllloiuihby, ufler a llngoilng IJliiojiH dli'd Moi.day night, she was seventy-six i curs old. J. A. Jackson Is at Cincinnati, tills, week, purulinMug a st ek ol spiing goods. Col. A. K. liowen, of Clucniiatl, was In onr town sovorul days ibis wook. Tho Colonel Is a real Jovial allow. William Thompson, of the Konlucky who has Utun ut homo 011 a visit, has iturued to school, Our town recently roolec l a board of trustees. Now under the " now board" we will have good streets, clean alleys and a general clean, nloe, orderly town. Duke Scott Iihh unite a novelty In the way of a chicken trnp. On II on him and he will take great pleasuio In explaining tho modus 'operandi' John W. Story, of this place has cone to Cltuk county, to build several bams for Mr. Hlley Goidon and others. Romeo. MT. nil.KAI). Several crops of tobacco have leen .sold In this neighborhood. 11. C Hione for S1U, and 81. Joo WiillliigfoniroiXSI'J Horn the ground no. Hodov Ityion for Slu niul il. Alexander Oilveit was the purchaser. Mrs. Howard Km row, who has been quite 111 for some tlmo Is convalescing. Mrs Summers, of Tllton is the guest of the family of Mi. loo Wulllnford. Miss Molllo Par row has gone to Cincinnati, where, she will remain for awhile visiting friends and relatives, Tho long talked of wedding takes Dlaco May 1st. a young gentleman of this neighborhood, and a charming young lady of Falmouth. Preaching at tho old school Biptlsl Church next Saturday and Sunday, by Elder J. II. Wnlllngiord. HKK.CIl (Jit .VK. Tho prospect for Halt Is good so far Thero has been moroontssowed than usual, Tho public school at (Jas l'olnt will uloso next week. Prof. Davis Is teaching the spring term of school nt Hrldgovllle. Tho spirit of Improvement Is fast developing Itself In our community. Tho woikorgiadlugand tuned am I zing the tho Two Lick ami -Ml. Olivet road tlnoly. Tobacco Is selling at fair pi Ices. Henry Gallagher sold hisciopat frlfilioin theground up, the Pagan Hio. in Si;i.fi(inl! louud, II. M. Pepper at $15, John Con ley at f 11 all lound. Died, on Friday, Mulch SI, ISS.'t. alter a lingering Illness oi .some weoks, Mi. James aged ninety years. shannon. Tho friends of Mrs. Maltha will no doubt rejut to hear, Mioimio holler. Shu is not expected to i cover. Uncle Hilly Kormun, we are glad to chronicle, Is much botlei. Sonio fowcropiof tnbaceo wetesold In this vlclnltv lust week. W. T. Hrownlng sold to Stiles Hios., ut 312 unil J3; W. It. Hiownlng to P. N. & 11. I). WatMin at 10 from the ground up, and Jack Andeison to sanio at jlU and J.". Mrs. Kilns Collins has been 111 lor some weeks past and we logiel to slate that she Is no bettor. Sunday school nt Shannon ('hutch every Sunday alternoon nt .'( o'clock.' Pienehlng evory flisi mid thlid Sunday. W. L. (Jmilt botiuht of Win. Ch'inslor. a llnee year old huddle and harness horse lor JlU"i. Thoa. Hrownlnc. "Mnernl a''enl for the pat ent fence, has contiacted to build scveinl hundred panels of said imico f.u Dr. Mo.'giiu ' on -. .. bis . fat .... in near ... ,, Vnslililiin. .. ... ...n..-.. I The fluj.i.r.TiN has had a meat many I1I4I1 comnllinenls n.issed on It since It tvus en larged. Wegi'tall the news ihioughl Its columns, nud haVH Iimmi taking it .so Ions; would ' bo lo.st now without tlio dully. Cinwoinit. 1 XSX33 STAIt TXCtAI.. An Uiiununlly Dull lu Very i:nl'rliilliiin'iil. YAflIlT',TON, April 10. It is said, upon tlio best of authority, Unit the Attorney General stated the other day to a tiiemi that the Government has spent ifti'io.OOO in tho Star Kouto case?, anil that the lost ho can hope for now is n Biewsder haa damned Merrick ami Kcr for their action in iiuding mtiteriul for the Kellogg indictment, mid the curHiiigs they aro receiving from tho press of tho country now, and tho fact of tho ultimate failure in theuo trials, make thorn anxious to got out of tlio cases at onco. Tho leading fcaturo of tho trial yesterday was tho announcement made from tho jury box by Juior Hughes. It having been printed in a Philadelphia paper that Hughes has a cancer on his neck, which will likoly tako his life before tlio close of tho trial, and tliat tho defendants were of prolonging the case until ho would die, ho arose and denounced tho wholo " statement. John K. "iner, one of tho defendants, an Ohio man, by the way, was en tlio stand yesterday. Ho contradicted Hordell, and denied all charges of conspiracies and fraud. Ho is a style of witness. Ks-Senator Kollogg said to a reporter, with an emphasis that mennt sincerity : " I don't know or euro what may bo tlio Jresult of tho pending trials, but I intend to institute a suit for perjury against John A. Walsh, and I will laud him in the penitentiary. I havo already consulted attorneys, and they say I havo a clear case." , I VASEI3?GTOf ItrtXRFS. II. M. Carr, of Louisville, Ky., hns boen disbarred fiom practicing before tho Indian Department for taking illegal fees ia cases. Tlio light-house authorities havo recoived specifications for examination of tlio proposed three now range light cribs for Bay, O. Proposals for building them will soon bo advertised. Tlio District Attorney will Jssuo an execution to-day against tho property of Kd-win Devlin, for payment of tho forfeituro of tlio bond of Houry A. Dowcn, tho government Star Routo jury fixor. Tho colored pooplo hold a mnss meeting last night at Mount l'isgah Churoh, and denounced tlio practice of govorniaont bureau officers compelling tlio colored omployos to do their priveuto work in addition to their ptihlio duties. Judgo Mellctt, of Nowcastle, Ind., is prominently spoken of uh Judge Ureshain's successor, lie is a lawyer of oininent ability, nud would mako an cxcollent United States Judge. Judgo Grosliam or Senator Harrison will arbitrate tlio appointment. Secretary Folgcr was at his desk ia tho Treasury Department yesterday. Ho has nearly recovered from his recont attack of illness, and wears a groon shado 'over tlio loft eye. Ho roniarkod that his appotito j was good, and ho thought tho olfcots of h'u 1 sickness would soon disuppoar. 1 Iiynclicssl In Georcrt Atlanta, April 11. Sam Lewis, colored, murderer of Dink Woeins, colored, Iras taken from jail last night by 'a mob of blacks and six wbitb3 'arid liangod. Ho confessed. Aiiiolnttiieiit of an Inilliiulnn. Washinoton, April 11. Professor II. W. "Wiley, (of the Purdue University, of Lafayette, Ind., has been appointed Chief Chemist of the Agricultural Department. Fntul Powder Explosion. BosTO.f, Ajtrll 11. One building of tho American Powder Company at Acton, Mass., cxplodod this forenoou, killing two men. L033 to property light. 1 1 1 A.v Indianapolis cerrcsiiondent says Postmnstcr Oenoral Oresl.am declined tho use of a prlvnto car tendered him for his journey to Washington, (Satisfying himself with a scat ina regular car and paying his "own fare. . Tin: losj by the destruction of Messrs. Taylor & I'oge's foundries at Cleveland is ct'iiiiiitt'd at $50,000; insurance, 50.000. Two hundred and fifty men tiro thrown out of work. The lronclnd Paint Company lose SPJ.OOO. A viuk at Westminster, Mil., destroyed sixteen houses ami stores, and aKo the Lutheran Church. Two men. Hob Thompson ami Anron Shaofl'er, employed in Jacob Thompson's livery Htnl lo, whoic tho fire originated, and thirty hordes, perished in tho ll.itucs. Tiik seventh annual meeting of the Grand Lodgo for Kentucky of the Knights of Honor is in session nt Louisville, 115 lodges being represented. The first lodge of the order was established at Louisville in 137!!, ninco which the older lias extended throughout the Union, and numbers 110,000 members. Tin. explosion of a package in the New York posloltice, addressed la .Mis.s Tannic tiould, created gieal excitement. The report first had it that the package was an in form I iiiiichitic, and wm addressed 10 Mi--s .Nellie Gould, u daughter of .(in ('mid. An investigatiim proed the ticks', tn be n plaj toy. nunam wca urtwrw msm VuiieetMirjj, I(ti:i. 'oiiconl. .vm.vsillc Unilj I'aeket, JIAM HHUCK Itl.DDK.N, Uipl. II, l. JSIIUCK, I lent. 'Lrjs$'k m Loves Viinccbuig dally at MKwm . o'clock a.m. for .Mtiy.svillc. Leaves Mavsvllle I:IW mm. Ones to ltlploy Mnudays. Wedncsdiiys ami Fildny, Connects at Manchester with stage for West Union, For fielght or pnswigoapjili on board. CJitcliinutf, l'oriKiiii'iitli, ltlir Sniuly A l'omecoy I'nt'ltoi Company. JOHN KYLE. President. Ia win Ulknn. sstcieluiy and 'fieasuitr. V. mill O. K. It. l'ACCf ;TS for CIniiliii;loii.l'oniero,v,uiid all it ay l.illKlillgS. TELEOIt M'H, Moiid'siitidThursday.r, p. m. r LEKTWOOI), Tuesdays and Fil.luys, j p. 111. llus TONA .Wednesdays and mi tin days. 0 p.m. Poilsinotiih.iiU Mull anil Wnj Landings I'ilii. iMii.vsviite.Ali i'iiiii tuiii ..'.,, banilim MrItNlN5 MAIL, dully (Sundaysexcepted) Leave Clncinniiii m. Maysvllle, 1 p. in. 1 -vi". --, K.eliiht lecelved on J boat. C. M.linLI.OWAY. .OSSMiixM. Supei Intendetil. R US r NESS HOUSES. M- Tho following are among tho leudlng Uuslness Kslabllshuients of Maysvllle. Customers Will 11 nd these houses lolliihlennd occupying a commanding pos'tlon In their lines. r ink 01c kick. Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans and spec'Ilcallons (uriilshel an reasonable terms and all work siitlslacloilly and p oui)th done. OHIcm on Thl.d street, between Wull and Sutton. apllhlly ry V. KIJ'F, BATH ROOMS anil LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALL HOURS. Work promptly and satlsfacloilly done. Tonus reasonable. Krout street, bo' ween Murlut andSutlon. apllOdly 'ANCKY .V.VU:X,l.K!i:H, OI,( KKI.IAItl.n LIVRY) SALE AND FEED STABLES. Vehicles of all kinds, good stock and careful di I veis. Horses kept by the day, or week on leasonublpleims. Second st,hetween Mniket and Limestone. n.voii a- co., A. DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOTJR and HEMP. Cur. Third and Sutton Street , liichllOly MAYSVILLK, KY. r A, SIKANH, FINISHING UNDERTAKER. Full llne,of Hurl nl Robes and all articles requited by iho iiuilei Inking tiade. Outers piomptly altuuded to day or night. inliOly No. 01, Knit Sfcond Street, y'i. IAUHIITY, No. 0, West Second Stieet. lUOi:frUBL.2 irXFm. Moniinionls, Tablets and Hendslones always on li'iiid. Oidonj by mall will tecnlve tho sauiopiompt attention as 11 delivered in porson. nplildly . 1.1 - ' r a 31 n o.N, ''PHOTOGRAPHEE, Heeond street, next door to Div Martin's i.pludly .MAYSVILLE, ICY. r W.GAXUU.V1TII, INSURANCE AGENT. Ofllco Third street, nenr Court House. Ito,)-resent Louisville Underwriters' Flro and Marino company. Insures against liithtnlug nmlj'hid. inoh28ly (i H. .IV It It, ATTOK.VKY AT IiAW. Heal KMtHfMiiilC'ollceUii?AjfMic.y. Com I St., (apl2dly) MAYHVILLE. ICY, -1 TOIIN . I'OYMZ, Jal., INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and best Companies. Insuics fori full value. Low rates. Losses promptly paid. 1 No discounts No delays. Olllco eOinerThhd 1 j and .Market streets. aplOdly I vfV.MAKSII. I AITORSKY AT LAW, .Tnsllce of I lie Pence, , REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. I Will advertlsoand sell real estate. No charges ' whatever unless a Mile Is consummated. Deeds, mortgages Ac written at rates as low as any one's. Olllco Library nnlldlng, Sill ton sticet, TAS. U..SAI.I.KK. Cl.AKKNCKI,. SALI.KK. , Sill lee .fc Sallec, I ATTOHNJCYN A I' I AW INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Court Street, (soplGdly) itAYSVlLLK, Id' OAtll I. AMKKNN, JuAhq&flw' BJESNTTIST, A'o.'il Market St., nearly o;m. Central Hotel, OJJke Open at nil our. MAYSVILLK, KY nnyl;tld. jyt.T. ii. .. Hi! nit, DENTIST, Wllldevole his whole tlmo to the preservation of the naliiial teeth. Dr. C. W. Wardle Will tnke charge ol all the mechanical woik, such as gold, sll ver.coiitlnuonsgiiiii, celluloid and rubber plates. iiichMldly C. OW'ilNS A CO. j: This space has been ierved for their LOOIC Ol'T IT. .siaml it. rmi.sTiut, I BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, Mnmificliirer of Picture Kiames and dealer In Miscellaneous Goods. ( nichJW y MAYSVILLE, KY. , TOHHISO.V .V: KACHI.KV, M Wholesale and Uetull BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. ' Steond Street, (inh2sly) MAYSVJLL17, KY. US. A. .1. WaLI.SA.US. M OABPET Rugs, Oil Cloths ant! Mattings; Will be sold CHEAP for tho next thlity days. Cull and seo them. I mcliIMy A'o. i, Eait Second Street, rrWNT v ym:, Every new shndo lu DRESS GOODS, Clashed SI rn wherry, Electric Hlue, Egypllun etc., and new Trimming' to mutch. Second St., inchUtly MAYSVILLE, ICY. J. U'.SI'AKKS .V- IlltO,, .v uiketstuj::'. NEW CARPETS OILCLOTHS 1 and Window Shades Good Carnets at :!i), A. 1 K-', r, 01), tiu, 0.J, 70, 75. and 0'J cts 3l.n0 an I f I i'i , 1 per yaid. nich.'lldly .HATTIK OAK It, Stcund it reel, January' Jllock, Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, I'Valhois.Tiitiimlngsotc., of tho latest stvlcs. Pi Ices Low. nich.'lldly ITKN. MAKY K. YItOailN, Dealer In Millinery and Notions, Announces that she has Just recoived hoi spring Mock, which will be found thatsho has also secured tho services of an accomplished trimmer from Cincinnati, One price Only. 1U K. teeeond bt., nO.lly MAYSVILLE, KY. i r.o. cox .t'so.v, Dealors In Staple and Fancy DBY SECOND STREET, mchllly MAYSVILLE, KY. vrri)uui.i: a.- uoiiov, No. 'J, Second Street. TOBACCO COTTONS received dally. All seasonable goods In stock. Prlccsas low as tho lowest. upMdly TlVltir,SSitN(U,I.V1 Dealers lu Staple and Fancy D'K" j No. fl. Knterprlso Hlock, Second Street, lipu'ilty .MAYSVIJUljli, KY, M:i,AV.S, 1 uiiitiiiiAW iiooo.s ana Unts, Caps,Tnmks and Valises. Tho latest spring Hlylosjuht iccclved. KMurketBt., MAYSVILLE, KY. UT W. I.YACU, Manulncturor of and Dealer In BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladles' and children's fine shoeH a sneclalt v. , Custom work innde to order. Hepalrlngneatly llliu prouipiiy uuuuiti uiuiiciiiiuuuiiiticn. No. 11 Mat ketsteett, East side, ally MAYSJVU.LK.KY. 1 S. MINEU'&'IIKO, c. Dealers In- Boots, Shoes, Leather Anil FmDIXGS, No. 1, Second, cor. Sintton streets, jnchaidly MAYSV1LLEJCY. A M. KOUKItS, DEALKK IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. II K. Sec. St, mcliSOly .W.I YSV1I.LE, ICY, A. uox?s BOOT kW SHOE STORE. Custom woik a specialty. Large stock. All kinds at lowest prices. No. 47, Market strpot.two doors bolow D. A. Klehaidson A Co.'.s grocery. atdAwly MAYSVILLE, KY. ri oii' mciiKsoN, Dealer in Staple and Kuncy GBOCEEIES, has KR.MOVKI) from his old stand to the building on Second siieel lately occupied by Charles II. Krank. apl.'ldly UrniTLA OUT. We will not bo undersold by anv houo In Koniueky oral Clneliinutl, 11 we have hall a chance meliMldly MAYSVll.LE, KY. i Koitci: out, j it., Is receUlng dally tho latest slylos of Ilcd 100:11, pallor and dining room sots In great vmleti. Prices vory low. Sutto.i street, mildly JiUIlVHSS IlLOCK. It. OI.OII.V.M, PLUMBER, Sanltaiy linglneer.v Gas and Dealer ill oliimbi'i's uoods. Piinins. Ilosn. Hewer Pipes, Lead and Iron Piping, Steam and Water Gausjes. No. 8 west Second street, opposite Oelsel's grocery. aplTdly MAYSVILLE, IvY. T F. KYAN. Mniuifactuier and dealer In hand, pocket and pencil STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS, Dates Ac. Guns. Pistols, Trunks, Vidlses and Sowing Machines repaired. Trumpets put up bells hung, and kojs made to order. Stonoll cutting 11 special! v. Second St., aplTilly MAYSVILLE, KY. riLMAII IJILVr. Y Manutacttiier and oilglimtor of the brands of Silver Dollar, Win. Hunt's Dark Horse, Happy Smoke, Three Uuiutles, Cord wood and Gold Slugs. Second Stieet, M lysvlllo, Ky. IjMtA.VJC i:yixi: Muniifacluiei of Proprietor of the colebinted hiands: Hold the !ort, Parloi (ueeu and Mother Hubbard, lest clg.us in the niurkol. Full variety of smokers ai tides. Second street, ally MA YSVILLE, KY. 'Contractor and Builder t IMuns nnd Specifications furnished and all work piomptly nud .sutlsructorlly done. Shop on second street, opposite Hlvh school. aplOdly MAY.SVILLK.KY. T icsou.si.kV, Architect and Builder. Plans and Siieelllcatlons fiirnlslied promptly and on leasonablo terms. Olllceou Foutth street between .Market and Limestone. ' MAYSVILLE, KY. y k.matiikwITa: tio.". -Manufacturers and Dealers In Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Dorirs, Sash, Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac. mcn.lQly MAYSVILLK, KY. IX OSi: IAIJI,T ituo., GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full llnoofall kinds of vehicles on hand for sale, hlro or exchange. Horsos kept by day, week or month. Largest and best appointed Livery Stable In the west. Prices im (owns any. Host attention to vehicles stoied. Telephone, connection. No. . and 42 west Second St., apl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. BI3SET, flcCLANAHAN & SHEA, (Successors to Coopor & Iilssot, Dealers in ,So vos, Untitfos, Marblolzed .Ii.ulfl.,atil ii.iioiiluutiiriirN otTlu, Copper hhi. Sheet Iron U'nru. Special attention paid to tin roofllng, gutter and spouting. Piuctieal plumbers, gas nnd stoutn fitters. Wrought1 Iron and load' pipes, Ac. AH work attended to promptly and warranted, 123 E. Second St., n9.11y 'MAYSVILLI KY.