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. r I! Hi ;i n fi' I , '! I ! t GOOD CARPETS at 30,35.40,45,50,60, 70, 75, 90c, $1 and $1.25 per Yard at J. W. SPARKS & BRO.'S. THE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY EVE.. APRIL 20, 1S83. ftBTKKMS : The KvKjrma Bulletin Is published dally, unci served Iroo of postage nl 6 rents per week ; 2."i oontR por montli;75 cents per three month-' ; SI. 50 por hIx mouths, and 83 per yenr.poynbloln ndvance. OUR AGENTS. Tho following persons are theauthnilzed agent for the Daily Hul I.KTIN nl the plnces named, Contracts for ubscrlptlon or advertising may be mtulo with them: W. Suit. Clary. LF.wisni'iiO W. T. Berry. Minkkva W. VI. Huwes. Mt. Myers. a Jackson. Okanokhuiio R. P. Tolle. Tuckahoh:. V. L. Hollon. Slack's P. O. M. V. Monui. Mt. Caumkl T. A. Henderson. Fkkn Lkaf Hnrrv Hurgoyne Muni'HYsvn.T.K. W. T. Tomlin. Gkkmantown T. J. Kackloy & Co. Washington Miss Anna Thomas. W!i,tkjidtjii boUldi The above number represents tho circulation, each week ot the Daily and Wkkki.y HUMiKTiN. Advertiser are Invited to call and assure themselves oi the truth of the statement, and they are requested to hear in mind that our ra es for advertising nre thf lowest. Sen.vtou Anthony is still dangerously sick. i TmtEK hundred Mormons from abroad have arrived at New York. Kr.M.OGG, who was lately indicted at Washington for corrupt practices while a Senator of the United States has been released on $10,000 bail. The Executive Committee of the Cotton Planters' Association have decided to hold "The World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial" at New Orleans. infantry companies, five batteries of artillery and several noted military binds have entered for the competitive drill at Nashville, May 21. It will take about $7,000,000 woith of the new re-venue stamps to supply tho place of those rendered valueless by the recent reduction of tho stamp tax. Tun Grand Commandery of Knights Templar of Kentucky, will hold the annual conclave at Louisville on the 18th of M,iy. The change was made from the loth in order not to conflict with tho State Democratic Convention which meets there on the Kith of May. Says the : Tho late K. B. Hayes has been recommended for the position vacated by tho defaulting Postmaster at Fremont, Ohio. As it pays 2,500 a year he would, no doubt, accept the appointment, but it is doubtful if ho has backbone enough to keep the stamp account straight. hales or Luna. The following changes in tho ownership of land have been recorded at the office of the Clerk of the County Court, since our last report : Thomas O'ttiloii to Nannie O'Brien Snero, Sioodnaiul id polos of laud noar .Minerva: consideration Si'iU OvoigeS. Hancock and wile to Mary Dim-mitt, house and lot on north corner ol Mud So ond stieets; consldemtlon S.'.lio. Mary C'raomft to A. II. Gilford, quit claim to 10 acres of laud on .Shannon Cieek; Jil. Saiiio and husband to snmo, grantors' Interest In 10 acres ollaud on .Shannon Creek; consldeiallon i'M. Man- K. Shacltk'ford and other to Kama A. Moss, twolois In Lewisbuig; J.iOO, Geo mo M. Campbell and others to "Win. T. Calveit, lotof ground near Helena consideration 5 1, out,. Thk Cincinnati Commercial says: Tho stockholders of tho Cincinnati and Eastern voted unanimously that tho extension of their road from Portsmouthshould bo to Gallipolis. This is an important decision, and will givo great satisfaction to not only tho citizens of Gallipolis, who have been very anxious to secure this result, but also to tho Ohio River Company, now ongaged in building a road from Wheeling to Point Pleasant. By tho titno tho C. and E, reaches Gallipolis tho Ohio rivor road will be completed, and tho 0. and E. will becomo a trunk linoof much importance, as it will not only serve as an outlet for tho Ohio rivor road, but will also have important connections with tho Ohesapeako and Ohio and roads by way of tho Scioto Valley road. THE COTTON EXPOSITION. It Will t Held in New Orleans, and Will Embrace AH the Aria and In. dnntrte. VicKsnuno, Miss., April 25. Tho Executive Committees of tho National Cotton Planters' Association mot lioro to-day with a full attendance After declaring the Exposition, though cotton in name, yat universal in fnct. to embraco all tho arts and industries, a resolution was adopted, awarding tho location to Now Orleans ort tho ground of its being tho great metropolis of the cotton country, and because Colonel Kiohardson offorod as an inducement a list of nearly 1,600 names of business firms, cmbraoing a majority of tho members of the Cotton Exchange, pledging tho necessary funds to mako the exposition a success. Tho committee thanked Prcsidont Morehcad for his great work, and indorsed him cordially. Colonel Richardson was recommended for President of tho Exposition. .The offer of Boston, the invitation to visit Cincinnati, an offer from Now York business men pledging $600,000 cash and a sito for the buildings, were all respectfully doclinod in favor of New Orleans. Governor Foster's Father Dying. Fostoiua, O. April 25. Governor Foster, who was called here yesterday by tho illness of his father, Chas. W. Foster, telegraphed his Secretary that thero is no hope of recovory dntertnincd. He is entirely paralyzed and unconsoious, and such a condition at his advanced ago years) renders recovery improbable. Fears are expressed that in tho event of his death tho Governor's mother, who has been ill for somo time, will not survive the blow. The old couple havo been married fifty-two years. Murders tlio Woman rrlio Robbed Her or Her Husband. Lansing, Mich,, April 25. Mrs. Clark, wifo of a wealthy real estate dealer, of Battle Creek, enmo here last night, found hor husband stopping at tho Chapman Houso wilh Frankio Carr, a woman well known in Chicago theatrical circles. Mrs. Clark gained an interview with her husband, nnd with hor two babies in her arms besought his return. Ho ropulsod her, an altercation ensued and Mh. Clark shot Frankio CaiT through tho head. Sho wus jailod this morning. The viotim is dying. Superintendent Pickett's Report Views t of Judge Mullock. Tho following letter is from the Hon. W. F. liulluck, tho distinguished author of the Common School System of Kentucky : Loimsvii.i h, January o, 1SSI5. My Dnvn Sin: I havo read" your able and exhaustive report, nnd as a citizen of tho State, keenly alivo to its highest interests, I am unpolled, by a sense of duty, to tendor you my perhonal thanks, not only for your thorough exposition of our system of Common Schools, but for your practical and wise suggestions for its more complete development. Permit me to s-iy that it is a StHte paper which cannot fail, if read and studied by an enlightened public, to awaken a deeper interest in the cause of popular education. The statistics so carefully and accurately presented are facts, in reference to which, the public needed to be fully informed. It is true our system has been in operation since 1842, and its resources greatly increased, and its hold on public sentiment much strengthened, yet there has been a great lack of practicil knowledge as to its real condition and actual wants. Your admirable report has furnished this much needed information. It should be the property of the reading public, and placed in thohands of every man who aspires to represent the people. Tho Department of Public Instruction is, in my estimation, the most important department of the State government. Our public men ought to realize this fact, and lie made to understand not only tho theory but the practical details of the system. To educate the public mind, I understand to bo tho high duty of the Superintendent. To disehargo'this important trust, he needs the exjieiience of the practical Teacher, the high attainments of the Scholar, nnd tho practical wisdom of the Statesman. Your report which lies before me, is a striking illustration of (ho importuned of these essential requisites. You have done a good work, and one especially nettled at tho present crisis. It is obvious tbnt a quickening impulso has been given to the causo of popular education throughout our land. Enlightened and thoughtful statesmen everywhere now look upon tho Common School as an urgent public necessity. Kentucky cannot afford to stand still on this work of national defense. Wo havo done much, but much yot remains to bo done. I cherish tho belief that Kentucky is equal to tho undertaking, and nil her children will be afforded the means of education, and illiteracy will be unknown within her borders. I congratulato you on the successful performance of a public duty, nnd sincerely trust that you wilj seo its results in Iho complete development and efficiency of our System of Common Schools. Very trulv your friend, W. F. P.UU.OCK. As ft superb hair dressing renovator Ayers's Hair Vigor is universally commended. It eradicates scurf and dandruff, cures all eruptions and itchings of tho scalp, promotes tho renewed growth of tho hair, and surely prevents its fading or turning gray. City Property For Sale. brick on Mnrket street, X two-story brick on comer of Third and Limestone, two-story framo an Third street, two vacant lots on south side of Fourth street, Small brick house op Cathollo alley, vacant lot on the Fleming pike. uOdlm H.J. POWELL. IT ! llffil BUSINESS HOUSES. W3 The following nro among tho leading Business Establishments of Maysvllle. Customers will find those houses reliable nnd occupying a commanding position In their respective lines. , Vf ItS. M. ARCHDEACON, (Formerly Miss Maggie Hasp,) FASHIONABLE MILLINER. has Just received u full supply of nil o'f the latest styles In Millinery Gooilt. Huts, Bonnets. Laces, Trimmings nnd all seasonable novelties. Tho ladles nre invited to call. Market street, nia3ly MAYSVILLE. TAME 4 !AKK, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Sale and Feed Stables Street Hack orders promptly attended to nt nil times. Finest anil latest style Turnouts. Horses bought and sold on Commission. Market St., four doors below Central Hotel. nl23 O HJIOX, Dealer In QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Glass, Cutlery. Notions, etc No. 4." Mnikct Street. East side, between .Second and Third, nUldilm MAYSVILLE, ICY. T RLAKEIJOROUGH, THEBOSS WALTHAM WATCH STORE. Headquarters for Clocks, Sliver Goods, Jewelry etc. All work piompily and satisfactorily done. Second St., East ol Market. ap!7 I L HOTEL. Miss KATE JAMES, Proprietor. Hoard by tbeday or week. Prices Coiner ol Sutton and Front Sts. alio TOIIX T. FLEMING. INSURANCE AGENCY. Represents the London and Liverpool nnd Globe. German A met loan, of New York, and I'luunix. ol lliooklyii. Olllco at Hechinger Hros. & Co's. npUTdiy 14 T RS. I', H, COLLINS, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Hats. Uonnets, Lnces and Mllllneiy Notions. Prices low. Second street, Mrs. George Hurrows' old stand. apllOdly PGXKW A ALL EX, STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, mantels, etc. Sole agents for tho celebrated Omaha and Le.i lor stove. Hoofing and ptomptlyand sutlsfactorily done. Corner of Mxiket and Third Hreets, A. It. Glascock's old stand. npUOdlw A, . imOWNIXU, Jl. !., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Olllee and residence south-east corner of Third and Sutton streets, aplUdly MAYSVILLE. r ani: A WOR1CIOK, Contractors, Architocts, Builders. .Plans ntid specifications furnished an reasonable terms nnd all work satisfactorily and P'omptlv done. Olllee on Third street, between Wall and Sutton. npl'.ldly T. F. KIIT, BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALL HOURS. Work promptly and satisfactorily done. Tonus reasonable Market and Sutton. FINCH A CO., l'roni street, no' ween DEALERS IN apllOdly 1EO. ORT, JR.,' Sole agont for the Perfection BOOT Cleaner, Which Is both a door mitt nnd boot scraper. Price only 81.50. Rest thing of the kind over invented, meh'lldly Hurgess Block, Sutton Street. Y ANOEY A ALEXANDER, OLI REMARLE LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES. Vehicles ol nil kinds, good stocknndeareful drivers. Horses kept by tho day, or week on reasonable terms. Second st., between .Murket nml Limestone. A. GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor. Third and Sutton Streets, mcli301y MAYSVILLE, KY. " r A, MEANS, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full lino of Hurlal Hobos nnd all articles required by tho undertaking trade. Gidors' piomptly attended to day or nlghi. m'JOly JVo. 01, East Second Street, JOHN VHEELE1L Daily PISH Market. River, Lalco and snlt water llsh. Prices reduced this day to 8 and u cents a pound. .Market street, n8 MAYSVILLE, KY. 'photographer, Second street, next door to Dr. .Martin's 1 nplOdly MAYSVILLE, KY. f W.OALBRAITH, INSURANCE AGENT. Ofllco Third street, near Court House. Represents Louisville Underwriters' Flro and Marine company. Insures against lluhtnlug and wind. mch28ly QH. JUDD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Rent Entntc nnd Collecting Agency. Court St., (npl2dly) MAYSVILLE, If Y. JOHN M. INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and best Companies. Insures for full vuluo. Low rates. Losses promptly paid. No discounts No delays. Ol'leo corner Third ntid Market streots. nplOdly M. F, MARSH. ATTORNEY AT LVW, JiiNllce of (he Ponce, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. Will ndvertlsoHndsellroal estate, No charges whatever unless a alo is consummated. Deeds, mortgages &a. written at rates as low as any one's. OUice Library Building, Sutton street. T A8. U. HAM.Fltt, CLAttKNCB I,. HALT.KK. Nnllce fc Snllco, ATTORNEYS A I' LAW INSURANCE and. REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Court Street, (sepllidly) MAYSVILLE, KY PAUL D. ANDERSON, J. DEIXTTISY, A'o. 21 Market St., nearly opp. Central Hotel, Onice Open at all Hours. MA YS VILLE, KY miylSly.d. 1AR.T. II. N. SMITH, DENTIST, Will devote his wliold time to the of tho natural teeth. Dr. C. w. Wardlo will take charge ol all the mechanical work, such as gold, sllver.contlnuousgum, celluloid and rubber plates, meh'lldly c. owi::vs co. This space has been reserved for their ad j vevtlbemcut. ' LOOK OUT FOR IT. 7UANK it. rmsxKit, s : BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, Manufacturer of Plctiwo Frames and dealer iln Miscellaneous Goods. mch.'iO y MAYSVILLE, KY. VrORRISOX &. HACK LEY, Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, (mb2Sly) 1 YSVJLLE, li Y. jVTKS. A. J. WILLIAMS. CARPETS, Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will be sold CII HA P for the next thirty days. Call and see them. mcli3,Hy ivb. '.MJ, East Second Slreet. M elKWGLi: A IIOLTOX, Wholesale and Dry Goods and Notions. I W New Goods received this week. No. 9. Second Stieet, Alaysvllle, Ky. npl&lly H UXT A DOYLE, Every new shade DRESS GOODS, Crusbed Strawberry, Electric .Blue, Egyptian etc., and newTilmmlug to match. Second St., mcliUlly MAYSVILLE, KY. T W. SPARKS A IIRO., Wo. 21, MAItKETSTllEET. ! NEW CARPETS OILCLOTHS! nnd Window Shades. Good Carpets at 30. fi. iu, to, ou, w, v,i, iu, io. auu tiu cis 3i."J an i si.o per yard. mcti3ldly jtTISS .1IATTIE CARR, j Stconditreet, January's Jllock. Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc., of tho Intest stvles. Prices Low. meh'lldly TITRS. MARY E. 'MI !( Aft) Dealer In Millinery and Notions, Announces that she has Just received. hor spring srocK, which will ho loiiud very attractive and that she has also secured the services of an accomplished trimmer from Cln oinuatl. One pi Ice only. 13 E. Second St., aOdly MAYSVILLE, KY. pEO.COX&SON, Dealers In Staplo and Fancy IDIRy SECOND STREET. mch?lly MAYSVILLE, KY. T) VUG ESS A- N it LI N, Donlers In Slapleand Fancy IDIRIT No, 3. Enterprise Block, Second Street, uphfdly MAYSVILLE, KY. O J.DAVHHDK'IY, No, 0, "West Second Stroet. Monuments, Tablets and Hondstones on hand. Orders by mall will receive the sumo prompt attention ns If delivered in person. np!3dlv jyj DAVIS, FURNISHING GOODS npd Hats, Cftps, Trunks and .VaUses. Tlio latest spring stylus J ust received. Murket St., nplOdly MAYSVILLE, KY. AWENS&nAKKIiET, Nos. 57 and J9 Second nnd Id Sutton etrects, havo Just received u lar.je stock of improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, the greatest Implement over offered to farmers. The best lobacco hoes nnd tobacco barn hardware of all kinds. npUQ W. w. lVncii, Mojiitlncttucr of and Dealer In BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladled npd children's flue sboes a specialty. Custom work made to order, Repairing peatfy and promptly douont moderate charges. No. '4 1 Market rfteutt, East side'. ally MAYHVtLLE, KY. p 8. MINER nilO, Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Leather Ana mimiyGS, No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets, mcliljldly MAYSVILLE, KY. A M. ROGERS, DEAL"ER IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. U E. Sec. St, mch.lOly MA YSV1LLE, KY, A HONAN'S BOOT 4ND SHOE STORE. Custom woik a soeelnlty. Large stock. All kinds at lowest prices. I No. 47, Mnrket stren'.two doors below D. A. Rlcliardsoif A Co.'s gioeery. ituUSwIy MAYSVILLE, KY. fl OLT KICIIESOX, Dealer In Staple and Fancy GEOOERIES, has REMOVED from Ills old stand to tho building on Second stieet lately occupied by Charles II. Frank. apl.'idly iTIIITE.fc OUT. ! We will not be undersold by nuv houso in Kentucky or at Cincinnati, it wo havo lmll a chance. nichnidly MAYSVILLE, KY. It. OLIUIAM, ""PLUMBER, Sanitary Engineer. Gns and Dealer In plumber's goods, Pumps, Ilos-e, Sosi'or Pipes. Lead unci Iron Piping, Steam and Water Gauges. No. 8 west Second stroet, opposlto Geisorn grocery, apUdly MAYSVILLE, ICY. T F. RYAN. Mnnufacturer nnd dealer In bund, pocket and pencil STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS, Dates &c. Guns, Pistols, Trnnks, Valises and Sewing Machine repaiied. Trumpets put up bolls hung, and keys mado to order. Stonoll cutting u specially. Second St., apI7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. rlLLIAM HUNT. ManuNoturer and originator of tho cole. Ira ted br.iudsof Sliver Dollar. Win. Hunt's Dark Horso, tf Smoke, Three lleuutles, Cordwood and oiu iugs. aeconu street, Mnysville, Ky. rjUtA.VK DEVINE, Manufacturer of i Proprietor of the celebrated brands: Hold I the Fort, Parlor Queen and .Mother Hubbard. I Best cigars In the market. Full variety of I smokeis' articles. Second stieet, nlly MAYSVILLE, KY. ri n. WiLI.IA.1IH. Contractor and Builder Plans nnd Specifications furnished and promptly and satlsfnetoilly done. Shop on second street, opposite lllili school. uplOdly MAYSVILLE. KY. T It. SOUSLEY, Architect and Builder. Plans and Specification furnished promptly unci on reasonable1 terms. Olllee on Fouitli street between .Market and Limestone. "PlOdly .MAYSVILLE, KY. W R.MATHEWS A CO.. -Manufacturers and Doulors In Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash, Staves, Fonclng, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac. io3')ly MAYSVILLE, ICV. jyrosi: daultox a mho.) GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full Hneof nil kinds of vobloles on baud for sale, hire or exohango. florsos kopt by day, weok or month. Largest and best appointed Livery Stable In the west. Prlcos as ow as any. Hest attention to vehlolos Htoted. Telophono connection. No. 40 and 41 west Second St., apHdly MAYSVILLE, KY. ATEW F1R31C, BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA, (Successors to L'oopor & Illssot, Deulers In Htovos, Rimires, Mnrblolated JKituti,,Hiii iianniimoturei'H ofTIn, Cojir unci. Slioot I run Wiro. Bpoolul attention natd to tip rootling. gutter nnd Hpoutlh'. Praotloal plumbern, gas and Hleam Utters. Wrought Iron aiid lead plpos. SfC AH work attended to promptly and E. Becloud st aOdly MAYSVILLE, KY.