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44 Floor OIL CLOTHS at 25, 30, 35, 40, 45
THE; VAlbY' BULLETIN. THURSDAY EVE., APRIL 20, 1883. lights, and railway cms, The busy factories humming, Majco It yory plain to nil There Is a good time coming. If ypu cat) hIjow n liver town Than, tills wo talk ubout, Wo ask you inpst rcspectlully To simply trot It out. Tiikkk wub niiother liyht frost last night. T. A. Nkidkh, Augnslu, has boon granted a patent for a loop for carriage cur- tains. - . ... RoiiKitT Stickxky the most graceful rider in the world is now with S. II. & Co's. cirquq. Elpkr J. C, Finnic will preach at the Beasloy Creek Church, tlio first Sunday in May, instead of April L'Oth as announced. Tin; ladies should go and look at the display in George Cox & Sons windows of French steel cut buttons. They are very handsome. ---- IIauckk'h Heed and Brass Band have ordered three handsome triple plated Bilver horns from tlio well-known firm of Conn &. Dupont, at Elkhart, Ind. The report that the business of the lato R. Albert is in an embarrassed condition is incorrect, as the assets largely exceed the liabilities. The business will be conducted as usual in the Interest of the heirs. Tun following marriage licenses have been issued in Brown County, Obio, since our last report: J. !). Edwnrds and E. E. Callahan. Win. D. Hrooksaud Ella Smith. M. Il.Hendrlxson und Susie Metzger. Jesse James Foster and Mary McCluln. Tun cars for tlio street railway, six in num.ber,'have been ordered from a firm at Schenectady, N. Y. The work of building the road will begin, wo have learned, early in May, and will bo under the charge of Mr. Burke, a civil engineer, from Cincinnati. A ik3P..tci from Lexington s.tvs at a meeting held thero April 2lth the following named fairs arranged a trotting circuit, beginning at Sbarpsburg, August 7th, and continuing weekly at Richmond, Cynthiana, Lexington, Paris, Falmouth and Maysville, in succession. Gexhr.yi. J. P. Nuckoi.3, Adjutant General of tho Kentucky State Guard, has issued an order for riflo and target practice Jo begin on the 1st of May and end on the 1st of July. A prize medal worth $23 will bo awarded for the best score of ten shots, tho distance to be 400 yards. Tiik congregation of tho Southern Presbyterian Church will hold services at the church, Saturday evening, at half-past seven o'clock. Services Sunday morning and evening. Communion Sunday morning. Preaching by Rev. S. II. Chester. All are cordially invited. Tun Paris Kentuckian says: of this city, who established tho Paris gas works, and gas works in Maysville and several other places, is now at Maysville endeavoring to establish tho electric lights in that city. " Let thero bo light, and there was light," can soon be said for Salomon when he undertakes to light up a city. . - - -- Death of Mrs. Joseph K. Vurlnn. It is our painful duty to announce tho death this morning at six o'clock, of Mrs. Joseph E. Varian, aftor a long and painful illness. Slio hadheon brought to by her husband from Winchester, Ohio, Bovorul weeks ago, with tlio hope that tho ehango would provo bonoficial, to her health but tho hopes woro fruitless. Mr. Varian was much beloved in MaysvUlo and her death will be generally regretted. PERSONALS. Captains Harvey and Thomas Redden have gone to Colorado, to look after their mining intorests. Mr. V. M. Motcalfo. of Ilopkinsville, Ky., general agont for tho Homestead fertilizers, is in tho city. Mr, Robert A. Garrison, of Bowling Green, and formorly a resident of this county, is said to bo lying at tho point of death. Mr.S. M. McC.ill, a prominent farmor living near Buena Vista, Ohio, diod suddenly of heart disoaso on tho 22nd inst. Ho was tho father of Mr. Roby McCall, of tho steamer Bonanza. Maysville Hoy Murdered. Tho intelligence has jst bepn received in this city that John Murphy, a' nephew lof Mr. Win, O'Mara, whp lety Maysville about four years, ago was killed on the 5th inst., at Portland, Oregon. Tho details of his death aro given as follows : lie was a conductor on a passenger train that ran from Portland to Pendleton, Montana, and sonio time previous to his death had had trouble with a man w ho was a passenger on his train. Shortly afterward Murphy attended a ball given at Portland, and as he entered tho room tho man with whom he had had trouble drew a revolver and shot at lum three times. Two of the balls took effect, one about an inch below tho heart and one ovor tho right eye. He died instantly. A letter received by Murphy's friends in Maysville says that the people of Portland and also the officers of tho road on which ho was employed, speak of him as a sober and industrious young man, whose death is much regretted. His murderer will have his trial at tho next term of the court and tlio opinion is expressed that he will be promptlyconvictedrtnd hanged. Epncw & Allen. Messrs. F.gnew & Allen, proprietors of tho new stove and tinwaro establishment, corner of Market and Third streets, have opened with an entirely new stock of goods. The celebrated Omaha and Leader stoves and also tho Hot Blast, Charter, Splendor, Aladin, Dictator, Magont.i, Dixie, National, Kentuckian, Arcade, My Choice and Treaty stoves will bo found in stock, together with a largo and elegant assortment of grates, slate and iron mantels, toilet sets, bird cages, hollow iron and stoneware, granite ironware, woodonwaro, etc. They also keep a full lino of odd plates for all tho various stoves sold in this market at manufacturers' prices, and aro prepared to do tin roofing and guttering promptly and in tho best style. Read the advertisement elsewhere. . To-day is the 04th anniversary of Odd Fellowship in America. COUNTY I'OliNlh. Washington. Miss Ulrdle Adnlr is visiting friends in Mnysville. Mrs. Albert Kanklns, of Augusta, 1h tlio guest of Airs. A. 15. Ward. Mrs. Lizzie Stlllwetl, of Hannibal, Mo., arrived Friday night to spend (several weiks with her ninny lrionds here. . Mss Annn Hhonilo.s. of tho Mlllersburg Female College, is spending a week nt homo Mis. Martha Chambers and daughter, Miss Mary, left Saturday to spend several weeks in Cincinnati. Mlsslmogenc Atrhur, of Lnwlsburg, is the pleasant guest of Mrs. Win. .Mcllvalnc. Mrs. Jonnlo Taylor, nt Tollesboro, Is visiting her mother, Mis. Elizabeth Taylor. Mrs. John Tnte. of Cincinnati, returned home lust week after atpleusnnt visit to her uncle, Mr. John Marshall. Horn, to the wife of J. 11. Huntley, u Hue sou, Francis Multlaml. 'Squire Rynn Is helping himself to n new fence, which Improves his giouuds wonderfully. Uaiiknkssand Uaymoht. THK MOSELLE. A Brief Review of the Terrible Accident Which Occurred Forty-live Years Ago. Cincinnati Enquirer, April 25th To-day is tho forty-fifth anniversary of tho greatest and most terrible steamboat disaster in the way of a boiler explosion that ever occurred on tho Western waters. Tho steamboat Mossello was blown to pieces, and in the neighborhood ot 200 souls ushered into eternity without a moment's warning, on tho afternoon of Wednesday, April 25, 1S38. The accident occurred on tho Ohio River nt a point nearly oppo'ito the Maiine Dry Docks, on Eistern avenue. This anniversary is especially interesting from tho fact that tho recurrence of years again brings it back to exactly the same day of tho week as well as the day of month. It may also bo remarked upon s in the nature of coincidence that tho fatal day was a cold blustering one, being nearly a counterpart of the weatbor that Iiiib prevailed the most part of this week. The Mosello was regarded as tho very paragon of Western 6teambeats. She was perfect in form and construction, elegant and superb in oil her equipments, and enjoyed a reputation for speed that admitted of no rivalship. She was regarded as tho fastest steamboat in America, and her quick trips were without competition at that time, and rarely equaled at the present day. The doomed boat was booked to leave tho landing at the foot of Broadway between four and live o'clock on the afternoon of April 25, 18BS, for a trip to St. Louis. She did not start direct for her destination, but steamed up the river about a milo and a half to take on board a number of emigrants, who had come down tho river that far on a Pittsburg boat. Tilosuporior accommodations of tho Mose loand her renown us the finest and swiftest boat on the river woro great attractions for tlio traveling pnuuc, and passengers contined to board hor up until tho last moment, so that at tho time of her departure she had, In addition to her cargo, ovor three nunureu passengers on between her decks. Just as she wus pulling away from the shore, after taking on board tho and 50c. per Yard at grants, the explosion took place. Tho whole of the vessel forward of the wheels wa blown to splinters. Every timber appeared to be twisted, as trees sometimes nre when struck by lightning. Fragments of the boilers and human bodies were thrown both to the Ohio anl Kentucky shores, although tho distance to the former was a quarter of a mile. Tho disabled boat floated down stream for about one hundred yards, where she sunk, leaving the upper post of the cabin out of water, and tho burgage together with many human beings, floating on the surface. All (ho boilers, four in number, burst simultaneously, and it is said that tlio force of the explosion was unprecedented In the history of steam. One person was blown to the distance of one hundred yards, and with such force that his head and part of his body penetrated the roof of a house. Captain Perin, master of the Moselle, and a relative of the late Oliver I'erin, was blown quite a distance up a Bteep embankment and killed. Verv few of the large number of escaped injury, and 170 persons perished by the explosion. Intelligence of the awful calamity spread rapidly through the city, and thousands visited the spot and rendered all the aid possible. Formany weeks after the explosion the attendant loss of life was one absorbing topic of conversation. It cast a feeling of gloom over the whole community, and nearly all the business bouses in the. city were closed for several days while the living paid tribute to tho dead and attended the sad interments of many near and beloved ones removed so suddenly by tho terrible explosion. On the day after the accident a public meeting was called in this eity, and among other resolutions passed was one deprecntitu "the great and iuereiwim: in the navigation of ste.uu vessels," and urgint.' this subject upon the consideration of Congress. The Moselle was built in Cincinnati. Sbo was quite a new hu.it, h.ivintr been begun on the 1st of Di cember. 18:17. and completed on the Jllst of March, l.s:5S. less than one month before her destruction. The cause of the accident wundue undoubtedlv to the defective iron fiom which her boilers were built. A number of other boilers, which were c uistiuu'cd from the name batch of iron mi equent! blew up, also entailing a heavy lo.v. o life. Ki ri:s, balls and hammocks ut Phistt'i s. Advertisements inserted under heading 10c per lino lor each insei tlmi TttY Laugdoii's City liuttert rcckeis. Toiiacto c ittous, yard wide, at Hunt & Doyle's. u.JJl.lly Xkw carpets, Hoot oil clotln and rugs at Hunt it Doyle's. niDldly Domkstic Reviews, fashion plates, catalogues, patterns, at Hunt & Doyle's, mindly Foil S.v lb Two desirable lots on the Fleming pike. Terms reasonable. Apply to nSJdlm William O'Biuilv. Notice. Persons indebted toC. II. Frank & Co. will please call and pay their accounts at Egnew & Allen's new stove store, corner of Third and Market streets, where I will bo found to receipt in full. nSodtff C. H. FitANK. Tiik enervation ami lassitude of spring time nre but indications of tho sluggish action of the blood, overloaded with carbonates accumulated by the u.o of heating food in winter. This condition may be remedied by tho use of Ayer's It is the best of all blood medicine. IX 31KH01UAH. Mr. and .Mrs. W J. Hoes, in their have the sympathy of a hugu clicluof relatives and friends. At their homo noar Maysllck. at three o'clock Sunday morning, Apt 11 15. lH3,aliorn Ion Illness marked liy great sullerlng, their little daughter .able breathed her last, and the next day was laid away to rest in tho bountiful church yard ut Shannon. Less than a year this little one has gladdened their home. &o early was tho tender bud transplanted Itoni em th to bloom lu "tlelds of light above." They will ni'ss tho clasp ol those baby lingers; they will long lor the tones of that volro so stilt ; in vain thoy will sigh for a glauce of those beautiful eyes eyes tliat wcro us hluuas the skies by day and as solt as tho stars by night; yet tho all-wise Father knows what is tho nest lor his children and deals such strokes, not lu cruelty and anger, but in his Inllnlto tenderness and loving kindness and whatever else may this comforting thought remains. Little .ible is sale Com present grlols and lutiuo unkiinw harms. Uemoinbor "earth hath no sorrow thnt heaven cannot heal." Amy iho angel of walk ever with tho parent and all who mourn for their darling, whispering In gentle accents: " Ho resigned. Pear up, the end shall tell. The dear Lord ordoipth all things Well." On Tuokuboo Rhlgo on tlio 8th of April while Walter S. Carpouter, n sweet timid child of woven summers, was on a visit to bis grand parents tho angel of death came with hi. Icy breath and siolo him Irom our midst. Scarcely had his puto young lllo been given to cheer his fond parent, when Ood chosohlm forlilHown.taklugona more ol our Idols from this earth to his own bilghthomo, but Josiii said: ' Of such Ih tho Kingdom of Heaven," and with unfaltering faith wo consign htm 10 Ills hands, knowing Ho dooth all tilings well. A fow days previous to his death while both hound his grandpa were lingering on tho shores of time, wo not i.iiowlug which would loavo us llrst, ho J. W. SPARKS & BRO.'S, 24 Market St. wound his precious iirmsaiotind his mother's neck and with a luce all ladlant with smiles dxelnlnled: "Oh, won't giandpa ho'glnd to 1 4ee us when wo gel heaven." A prem6nltlon I no doubt, of what was In store (or him. Ills sw'ep(. piesehce'wlll be sadly irtlHsed In tip? rhbine circle, consisting only of patents mid I Mters. tiuii denr angel Waller Is not lost, Just gone before. Farewell, dear lovely chilU to God whoul thou Invest, wo give him. One1 moit? little oul has taken lis flight, Fioui this cold world of care and Minowk I To the heiiutllul home beyond Hie sky to i blight, 1 Where ever shines the long unfading morrow." A Fiuknij. Tribute of Rcopcct. C'ONKIDENCK L()1)()K Nn.M, F. AND A M.l Maysvii.lk. Kv . Amll'ii. ItSJJ. J WllKKKAS, Ityumstctl ihsdlpeiisatlnn of an all-wise Providence, Ilioiher It. Allien has been taken irom us and tils loving family alter a long lite of uselulnoss ; be It Jiaolveil, That by tho death oi our brother, the lodge has lost a zealous and devoted member, his liimily a kind, iitlecllonutu ami ever Indulgent faiher, and the community an active enterprising and worthy citizen. Jcoli't'd, That wo tender o r warmest sympathy to his sorrowing family In this t(ie deepest atlllctlou that can befall them, and slnreiely hope that time and Hip memory of many actsol devotion of that ! lug husband and lather may sotten the agony of their grief Jirwlvctl, That these resolutions be spread upon the minutes, that a copy be furnished this lamlly under the seal ol the Loige, and ine request eu m puiiiisn mem I HOS. J. I'HhMiWI.TU. I OAimr.rr .-. Vall. p"'"' ska,. KHI'AlL.UAltKKT. Corrected dally by O. W Or.mcL, grocei, He und street. Maysville, Ky FLOCK. 8 7 lii Maysville Family Atnvsvllle City ti 7 Mason Comity 1 ' Kentucicy .Mills KM) tiutUn.Vtt' 'Sva'Au iird, fet tf ir Eggs, "jji ilo: 1.1 Meal'rf peeii j) Chickens .'iuru.Vi I Molasses, funoy Coal Oil, V f 'JO Miigai.giunulated p lb 11 " A. Vlt' 10 ' JellowVtb Hums, sugar euro,! i 'fc. .. J.i Hnoiiii, hre.iluusi ty N n iiimiuiy.l1 jiii, on Mean- V gallop i peelf.. , " - hm WATS. iif ii,u. i jl.'iit), on tlist. aiiuc on reiil -unit.- In tliecny ty. A ply at iC'iidlw THIS uFFIt.'1 . i ' A. N ';i A goo, I second lined Win x V ,v (j I :,!) Viiloinatic sewluu maeidtie. Ap.l.vnt n2iMllu Til IS i" v.n good c ''. iToIoieJ woman 7 pi ! ned. (I'm,, wages ana a , e.ii iiuaiiin . A til) ai TIIISiiFFit K TW r.O . a. b iiikkceper or i I, iy a limn ol expel lento. Applj d. .iL'hitt Tilly IIFFICK. T Aeed ll.leais. Aiflvul alSdif THIS OFFICIO. Jh'fift MHjK. Oidl .s.tl.l. Walnut et ol turultiui. 1 1 loom chuliNnudtaiilc, vitas, hat rack, coal oil smve, eic. Apply al ii'Jndlw THISOFFICK. F" l N I.K A iood bii'.'gy ,r work hoi se, l.X e.iis old. Also a coveud uauon. Appl to iilMdlw l W. 11IKIILF. ;iok .N.vl sicnml hand Splmr A I1 1 o's.bilck; 50 looting tin nearly new:uv i leei ot mnriy new lumber of kinds Apply to JilUMAvm U. M.WU.L1AMH. I.iOK .s T.a: A spfendld lanii of !7,l"acies. Mtualed at Clink's Stuilon on the M.ainl L. H. It., live miles fiom Uaysvllle. Good dwelliuu and out bull.llnH, two tenant house", two taige tobacco bums twenty live acres ol now iuiid. plenty of water, and on .Strode Run 'urnplke. Sold entire, or as two farms. Apply to Hen. It. lliiinplunys on piemNes or to oAHHF.TI' S. 'A LL. a2ldtwlin .Maysville, Ky. nTKMw &'oai RJ3ST. 17OK It i:T-Three or tlve rooms to small lamlly. Apply at alildtf THIS OFFICIO, baroatx directory. Bi:vrati:i:.v thn iu to 7ic, best rn. vely Vlimnla Chewing Touncco h0 cents 11 pound. UF.O. 1". WOOU,li7, Second Mieet. ICII 111"! TON' MIO; BritMIAK'D' miwciI, f j.'x ; piitent leather, latest stylus Ladles', nnd ChlldionV Fancy Sllpporsoi'c. to J2.60. A. M. HOU hKS. lt,l". IiAI., 7Cc, women's j Kid lluttou SI 01, men's Call London Toe button, tiA'u F. H. HANSON, Secoiid St. C1.U Kl'II'l'N iVt ?0, 31, 10, 6u, 00. 70, 8(1, 0 laud Sf J Oil Cloths four (pun tew ui'il, :, HI and CO. J W. SPA HKS A HHO., HI, .Mat ket St. I.O I'll .! WlllMJMts lllHUOUUd lOs. CI Keiikomiblo Hiudwaieat low pi Ices. OWKNS&Mll'CHPX, 1 dd Fellows' Hall EGNEW -Manufacturers STOVES, GRATES, TINWABE, HOLLOW. West Comer of Market and OMAHA, - LEADER pfcLr fiiaMr monies SPLENDOR, . CHARTER, ARCADE. SlATE and IRON GRATES and MAN- iTEl ol all Kinds. i-i mm fii r CIIILIHtKN'N WHITi: COTTON HONK J luC, cost 25c; Ladies' hose '1m., tormerly Ouc. Uonimuiis of half wool drew goods ny. to Wc. 11 U'T A DOYLIC, second street GIIA.MHKK HKVH ?X) and upward, Chillis SliMstund upwaid, lluttai) Hocking Chairs tU.oU and upward. Uugest stouk of Parlor dulUMu jilatoHl to UW. Will 1'E & OUT. C1UOfUKT sets'hTu). KriiiiU'd Chromos j Sl.ifj One dozen lead pencils H)c, l oiling hoops, kites, hammocks, balls and bats nt ulU l'lllal KH'8 CtAXKKI) tomutoes 10c, com lu and l&c. ) peaches, three pound, 10 and 'Jllc. Jellies, two pounds, Ou. JOHiS WHfcfclLli.H, "1U Ma t kel .street DINNKK A.V TKV SKI'S to 87G. Uhamber .-sets $2.75 to Slo, tt Plates aio., U L u ps and Saucois Hie, q Tumblers iiue., I set of Kinvtiiuml FoiksO c. O. A. Mct'AUTIlEY. I.I.ASTIO KOOF PAINT. (X) n wjuare Hi for'lln. Iron clad paim, brown or black, S.'.OOu Kpttire lor shlni;les lOiKpilie at olllco. L.. It. AUMMl'ltONO. GKKSTKU CLOTH, the new dress goods", all now shades, warranted not to fade. fi ice 'S, cents. NfcSlH fT A MOKKFIjL. GOl7n WATt'HIM lor 8ij and upward; Hllvor Watches 35 and upward; bllvcr Plated Hpoons per set SI and upward, at HEK.MANN IjAyQK'ri Jewelry Htore. !, Huddles Si, Whips 15c. and up, lirldles til. 0, furry Combs. Hoimj Hrushes, etc. It. A.TOUI. lSecon(tslreet. IAvi'IXJ nil. Side Luce and Button j shoes -Wc, Kid and Pebble Hide Lace, 73c. Until Top Button, SI (HI. Misses' Grain iluttoii UAH. F. 15. HANSON, Second Stieoi. f ATKtl' styles o Ladles' .Men's and j dren's shoes at great bargains. A. HO.VAN, Market streett. I.ANTIXU NIIOKN elevens to LAIMKN' threes, ode. Children's Sldo Lace Mxes to elevens 75c. Women's Oral u lials i!C,s toMvs SI. Ladles' KI 1 Button Si!. C. It. (.'LIFT. MKVN M'lTSf.land upvvTinl, IJoys1 Suits 32 and upwind. Lingo stock of Qeuts' Fuuilsblng Uoods. VICHOY& LKE. AMi l'APCIlS, Mouldings and l'lcttfro T Franus at nianu'actuieis' prices. 5e. Two nice I'lctiucs lor 2o cents, at MOUIllSON A- K CKLK 'S bookstore. WARNING. ( bm nhe ntKnti - flm mit.llrt (Itnt ,i ' ' v j try nvirijj ni il tw uiv itii until i I will not be responsible tor any debts Inclined on my account, by any poison, except myfelf, my wile ami my dnughleis. Apiil'Jl.lSM. n'Jldlw JAMES UASBON. HERMAIVIN LAW"GE 'imi JB fin ""3 ilirMMiomlsiiiHl Work W V JtU.lTi:i). Number It, Second tluee doors below Mai lie street, Maysville, Ky. nplllldly SIMMONS' " feiGflra Well-water. A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases of the Kidneys. HAS been used with most mnllfylng in many obstinate cases. Prof. F. W. Clark, at tho ol 1 lncltiuatl sas this water ''belongs to tho same class with that of the Alleghany Sprlnus, 01 Virginia," the medicinal vlitues oiwhlch aretoo well known to he slated here. Those who de-l e to try this fuinous water are refened to Captain C. W. lioyd, Levanua Ohio: Captain C. M. Holloway. ( lnelnnatl, O lo; .1. J. Halpo, Cincinnati, Ohio. For sale lu half barielsand Jugs by GU-. SIi MONS, Proprietor, mSiMAwtf Aberdeen, Ohio. , BiEMOViiL. G. A. McGARTHEYhas romovod his Quoonswaro storo to tho building on Sutton street, two doors j low SOGOnd StrOOt. inyodly Windhorst & Blum, FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS, Have Just received their SpiingS'ock of Imported and iJomeHtleOoodM)! tho laieststyles. rices reasonable and work tlio bust. uiUiy F. H. TRAXEL, Baker and Confectioner X'UKHll OYSTKUN .1 hl'KCIALTY. The only manufacturer or PUKE STICK OANUY in the city. Orderstor weddings and parties promptly attended t. myodly & AIX.EN and Dealers In- MANTELS, COPPER, WOOD and STONEWARE. Third Streets, Maysville, Ky. f$fiiliiSr Bird Caae8' Woodon and Willow Ware. Ornullo Iron Wuroiil'iiUVii. netics, jrrn:it. ofuiikluds.