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h If! n 4 i h i l"i li'. Si. a ft "il h " t S 'ii! if it THE DAILY BULLETiN. FRIDAY BVK.. APRIL 27, 1883. mtTkhms :The Kvknino IIui.t.kti.n Is published dully, and served tree6f poxtngont 6 cents per week J ii coals per monlh;75 cents p'erthree montlW; gl.iiOpur six months, and IS'per year, payable In advance. OUR AGENTS. The following persons are tUenuthotUed agents fortheDAllr Hui. lbtik al the places named, Contracts for tubcrlptlnn or advertising may be made with tliem: W.Sult. Shannon Win. Cl.iry. LKWtsntJHG W. T. Herry. Mi.nkkVA W. II. Havre. Mt. Omvkt Peter Myers. .1, A JlCkwUl. P. 1'olle. L. Ilolton. Slack's I'. O. M. V Moran. Mt. Caumki. T. A. Henderson. Fkiin Lkak Harrv Hurgoyne Muhi'Hysvu.i.k. W. T. Toinlln. UKkmantown T. .7. Kackley A Co. Washington MKs Anna Thomas. MfcfifisF WkWZ& r orva iJPaJ'KJP9 The above number represents t ho each week ot thf D.ui.v and Wkkkly I.Ui.i.irriN. Adversers aro invited to call and nhine tlfmselves ol the truth of the statement, and they me rennesled to her r In inlml that our ra e Tor advertising arc thf lowest. Tiuj prohibition amendment to the Constitution was defeated by the Michigan Legislature. Tun else of Branhaw against Berry from Lewis county, has been affirmed by the Superior Court. . - - Tim Governor of Wisconsin says his State lists trees enough already and refuses to appoint an arbor day. Tiik Minnesota State Board of Health contracted $12,000 of debts in a small-pox epidemic, and has but f 5,000 to pay them with. Gov. OanwAY,of Dakota, is threatened with impeachment by some of his political opponents who charge him with corrupt practices in his official conduct. IIk.vkv W.vTTr.nso.v says that "as for Butler for President, he could not carry Kentucky against Chester A. Arthur or any other decent Republican, Stalwart or Half-breed." 'Ki.iza Pinkcton, the negro woman, who figured prominently as a witness for the Bepublieans in JS7o and ISTft, died in jail at Cariton, La., and was buried as a pauper. Tub Superior Court of Ke"htui ky has decided in a suit against a railroad for damages for killingstock that the burden U on the defendant to show that it was done without any fault on his part. "Wiik.v the Tennessee papers sent in their bills for advertising, according to published rates, the State authorities cut down the charge. fifty percent. This was a. taste of the sweets of repudiation. . -- m i t Coi.. Bowman, the State Commissioner of Agriculture, is going to endeavor to introduce the silk worm industry in Kentucky. It is a li;j;ht and pleasant pursuit and particularly well-adapted for ladies. In some of the Southern States this industry has proved very profitable. Tiik CominisMonor of internal revenue lias received a report of the operations of tlje service of his bureau, in connection with illicit distilation from July 1, 1870, ta March 1, 13$.", as fallows: Stills soized 0,371; persons airested, S.020; ofiicors and employes killed, .'52; olllcersand wounded. 5(i. Thk survivors of the Fifth Virginia Confederate regiment have arranged for a grand re-union May iiiinl, with the Twenty-eighth New York Volunteers whose battle llug they captured during the war. The widow and daughtor of General Stonewall Jackson have been invited to bo present. A Philadelphia girl says: "I am not a 'blighted thing,1 but the' more 1 see and know the loss I care for married life. If there were any of the right kind of voung men young men with noble principles and superior intoUiireueo as well as personal graces it might bo different ; but the race fecetns dying out. With my present tastes and views I am not Jikely to marry anyone, bo I just dance because I get more enjoyment out of that than anything else. "There is no difficulty in gettiiig partnors, and that is all I think society young men are good for to dance with." FOOTWEAR OF ACTRESSES. Shoes and Dainty Slippers That Twinkle Before the Footlights. Chicago Time. " Talking of small feet," said a Stuto street dealer in ladies' fancy and theatrical shoes yesterday, ." I am making now two ot the smallest pairs of shoes that' were ever seen upon a public stago. They aro for the Midcets, one pair for each of them. They will be No. 5J infant's size, and will cost $13 a pair. ."That will bo rather more than $5 an inch, won't?" ' Yes, the shoes will be about as long as your finger." ' How small a size did you ever know a full grown actress to wear?" " I think a No. 13 is about the smallest slipper that I ever had the pleasure of selling to be flourished over the heads of an orchestra" '' What are the favorite shoes with feminine stars just now ?" " Brocaded satin, either boots or (slippers, and made with high Louis XV. heels. The- boots costs $25 u pair and slippers importod from .Paris, I do not think that these, however, will Rta.tdstago use very well, and they aro not likely to be permanently popular. Just now they are all the rage. Then we have real dressed sealskin low-quartered shoes, which are quite popular. It makes very little difference what character a lady assumes, she will generally prefer a stvlish modern boot to one perhaps more historically correct. The Sultan's wife and the Utah settler's daughter are bound to come on the stage in the latest French slippers, for the reason that these look much smaller and prettier, and witball cause more palpitation in the region of the front row of the parquette. For gentlemen, where the characters assumed allow it, the gondola slippers are very showy. Thov are made of bufr alligator skin and in the shape of a gondola. Robson and Crane bought gondolas when tlioy were hero for the 'Two Dromios.' Robson takes a No. 0. which is small for him." " How can the poorly paid subordinates and chorus girls afford to buy $25 satin boots, which will quickly soil and spoil." "They do not. They buy white canvas or jeans boots, which thny can be covered with silk or even cambric, as desired. The canvas shoes will outlast several coverings, and their first cost is only $2 or $3." " What do you conider a small foot for a large woman ?" "A large woman who can comfortably wear a No. ! may he said to have a small foot. 1 have, however, seen such who only take a No. 1. A medium sized woman, to have a small foot, would requite about a No. 2, and a small woman a No. I or No. 1A. But you take the smallest ladies, as "they average, and not one in the hundred can wear a No. 1. It is not once a week that we have a call for a No. 1, and very rarely indeed is u No. 13 wanted." The EiikIIhIi Races. London, April 20. The race to-day for 2,000 guineas stakes for' three years olds, was won by Lord Falmouth's Golliavd, Lord 'Cmlngan's Goldfield second, G. Blan-ton's The Prince, third. Golliard won by a neck. Tliero was oidy a head between the socoatl anil third horses. Winner's time, 1:60. Dotting nt the start was nine to two against Golliard, ono to one against five to one against The Prince. Kelly to lie Trim! Asaln. Dunu.v, April 20. Kolly is to he tried .again. His third trial begins Monday. In tho'meuntirao tho Government will sift the alibi evidence. Fagan's trial is still on. Four alibi witnesses aro ready for the English Races. London, April 20. la tho raco for the second Cambridge biennial stakes for tlireo year old's at tho Now Market spring meeting, Lorillard's Massasso-it had a walkover, no other horses appearing. A Nlcmner Aslioro. Halifax, April 20. The steamer went ashore on Muck Rock, Port Maton Island, last night, and is, with her cargo, a total wreak and loss. It is not known whethor tho crew were lost or not. Tho steamer had just come from the docks whero alio had been repaired at a cost of $35,000, and bound for St. Johns and Capo llieton. Tho First lrlie. Washington, April 20. Andrew Mason, of Now York, lias been appointed Superintendent of tho Now York Assay Office Ho is the first to reap the bonelU of the Civil Servico Roforni more. Ho lias been in tho Philadelphia mint for ' years. ... .i-.. i i i i I, It I'll limit Fruit Prospects. St. Louis, April 20. Dispatches from tho fruit growing regions of Southern' Illinois, say tho lato frost did very little damage The country south of Carbondale is described as a liugo flower garden, all tho fruit troos being full of bloom, and largo crimps of all kinds of fruits are expected. . -i ' ' Tiik enervation and lassitude of spring time aro but indications of the sluggish action of the blood, overloaded with carbonates accumulated by tho use of heating food in winter. This condition may bo remedied by tho use of Ayer's It is the best of all blood medicine. City Property For Sale. brick on Market street, I two-story brick on corner of Third and Limestone, two-story fram an 'Third street, two vacant lots on Honth side of Fortrth street, small brick house on Catholic alley, vacant lot on tho Fleming pike. aOdlm It. J. POWELT. v REMOVAL. G. A. MoCAETHEY has removed his Queonsware store to tho building on Sutton street, two doors below Second street. ihy5dly F. P. THAXEJjT Baker and B uu(a:ss.fc noein, Dealers lu Staple and Fancy er FRESH OYSTERS A HPEckALTT. Tire only manufacturer of PUUE STICK CANDY In the city. Orders tor weddings and parties promptly Attended to. myodly BUSINESS HOUSES. r The following aro among the leading Business Establishments of Maysvllle. Customer will find these houhes reliable and occupying a commanding position lu their respective lines. a a. uumvM.vu, pi. ., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ofilco and resldonco south-east corner of Thlid and Sutton htieets, nplUdly MAYbVlLLE. A 31. HOG) KUH, DEALER IX Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. 11 Ii. Sec. St. mehaoiy MA YSV1LLE, KY, A FINCH d-CO., DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor. Third and Sutton Streets, mchllOly MAYSVJLLK, KY. A IIONAN'N BOOT km SHOE STORE. Custom worlc n peclalty. Large stock. All kinds at lowest prices. No. -17, Mnrket stree , two doors below D. A. Hichardsou it Co.'s uiocery. iHd&wly MAYSVILLE, KY. IDIRST No. fl. Enterprise Block, Second Street, npMdly MAYSVILLE, KY. p A.H.1JON, PHOTOGRAPHER, Second street, next door to Dr. Martin's upWdiy MAYSVILLE, KY. C 1 S. MI.VKB d: JtUO, Dealers Boots, Shoes, Leather And FINDINGS, No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets, inchUldly MAYSVILLE, KYL 7lt.T. H.N. SMITH, DENTIST, Will devote his wholo tlmo to tho preset of tho natural teeth. Dr. C. V. Wardlo will take charge ol all the mechanical work, such as uold, sllver,contluuous(,utn, celluloid and rubber plates. inchSldly m:waahj;n, STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, inantels, etc. Solo aRonts for tho celebrated Omaha and Lea lor stoves. Uonflnu and promptly nnd sutlsfaclorllydono. Market and Third htrcuts, A. It. Glascock's old stand. aplliidlw K. I'HISTEK, j BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, ManufActurer of Picture Frames and dealer i In Miscellaneous Uuods. inchSO y MAYSVILLE, KY. " IjMlAXK IEVINE, Manufacturer of OIGABS, I'roprfcl or of tho celebrated brnnds: riold tho Fort, Parlor Queen aud Mother Hubbard. Host cigars In tho markot, Full vurloty ol smokers' nrticles. Second street, ally MAYSVILLE, KY. r s. jui, ATTORNEY AT EAW. Real Estate and Collecting Agency. Court St., (apl2dly) MAYSVILLE, KY. p SI. WIEI.IASIS, Contractor and Builder Plans nnd Specifications furnished nnd nil work promptly nnd satisfactorily dono. Shop on second street, opposite Hlih school. aplOdly MAYSVILLE. KY. p EO. COX it SON, Dea'.ers.iri Stnplo nnd Fanoy JDttlt SECOND STREET, mchatly MAYSVILLE, KY. " ' p EO. (HIT, JR., So'lb agont for tlio Perfection JiQOX Cleaner, Which Is both n door mat nnd boot scraper, Price only )JI. 50. Host thing of tho kind ever Invented. moh3ldly Hurgess fllock, Sutton Street. CI OLT KICIIEMON, , . Dealer In Staple and Fancy GROOEEIES, has REMOVED from his old stand to tho building on Second street lately occuplod by Charles II. Frank. nplUdly TT UNT fc llOYI.E, new shado In DRESS GOODS, Crushed Strawberry, Electric Blue, Egyptian, etc., and uew'i'rlmmlngs tn match. Second St., InchSUy MAYSVILLE, KY. T C. OWENS A CO Tills space has been reserved for their advertisement. LOOK OUT FOR IT. J OIIN WIIEEIiEK. Daily PISH Market. River, Lake and salt water fish. Prices reduced this day to 8 and 10 cents a pound. Market street, n!8 MAYSVILLE, KY. T It. NOUSI.EV, Architect and Builder. Plans aud Specifications furnlshedpromptly and on reasonable terms. Ofllceon Foiuth street botweeu .Market and Limestone. aplCdly MAYSVILLE, KY. JOHN B, POTNTZ, JR., INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest nnd best Companies. Insures for full value. Low rates. Losses promptly paid. No discounts No delays. Otllce corner Third and Market street1. oplOdly TAS. II. HAI.LKK, CLAKKNCK I.. SAIil.KF. Bailee A Snlloe, ATTOttNEYN AT l-AW INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Court Street, (sepl6dly) MAYSVILLE, KY J 1II.AIKIIOKOUH, THE BOSS WALTHAM WATCH STORE. Headquarters forCIocks, Silver etc. All work ptomptly and Second St., East of Market. apl7 T W.S1MKKN .t 1IKU., Xo.li.MARKE? STREET. NEW CARPETS OILCLOTHS and Window Shade. Good Carnets at .10, ?5. 10. t.'i. 50. GO. 03. 70. 75. and 00 cts.. Sl.flO an I SI .'Si per yarn. mcu.nuiy A.ULS a; i mk, i I (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) 'Livery, Sale and Feed Stables i Street Hack orders nromntl.v attended tn nt I all times. Finest ami latest stylo Turnouts, i Horses bouuht and sold on Commission. Mar j ket St., four doors below Central Hotel. nl2't JOHN T. EEE.HINO. j INSURANCE AGEIJOY. I Represents the London nnd Liverpool nnd ! Globe. German American, of New York, and ! Phonlx. ot Brooklyn. Also nuont lor lllue Lick Water. corner of Front nnd Sut-I ton streets. apl!7dly T F. RYAN. Manufacturer and dealer In hand, pocket and pencil STAMPS, RU9BER TYPE. STENCILS i Oat os &c. Guns, Pistols, Trunks, Valises and Sewing Machine' repaired. Trumpets put up bells hung, and keys made to order. Stencil CUttliiKa speclaliv. SecoudSt., apl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. r W.UAI.URA1TH, INSURANCE AGHNT. Otrice Third street, near Court Hou-e. Louisville Underwriters' Fire aud Marine company. Insures agnlustlliihtnliiK and wind. mch'JSly ; T" ANE At WORUICIi, Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans nnd specifications furnished nn reas. ouable terms and all work satisfactorily and piomptlv done. Ulflco on Third street, between Wall and Sutton. npllldly M' ORRINON M HACKI.EY, Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, (mli28ly) MA YSVILLE, Ii V. ITJtS. F, It. COLMNS, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest .styles of tints, Ronnotfl, Lncesnnd Millinery Notions. PrlceSlow. Second street, Mih. Georfo Hurrows' old stund. npllOdly jXrclMfUULE t IIOSION, Wholesalo and retail Dry Goods and Notions. New Goods received this week. No. .9, Second Stieot, Maysvllle, Ky. aplSdly ITISS MATTIE I'.tltn, Second street, January's Mock, Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, B'eathors, Trimmings oto ol tho latest stvles. Prices Low. inchUldly iavis, FURNISHING! ClOOIKSniHl OLOTHIITGr, lints, Caps, Trunks nnd Valises, tfho latest spring Htylesjust roeolvod. MurketSt., aplOdly MAYSVILLE, KY. M f, ma ami, A1TOIINEY AT I.WV. . .JnNtluo ofllio Fouco, REAL ESTATE anclNSURAtJOE AGENT. Will ndvertlsoaud sell real os tato. No ohnrgos whatovcr .ynless. a bale is consummated, Deeds, mortuauoVtfce, written at rates as low as any one's. OIUco Library UulhUng, Sutton street, M o T. KS. A. J. WIM.IAMN. OABPETS, Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will be sold CHEAP for the next thirty days, Call and see them. mchSuly Xo. 29, Eait Second Street. TITRR. M. AKCHOEACON, (Formerly Miss Mapgle Hasp,) FASHIONABLE MILLINER. has Just received a full supply of nil ot tho latest styles In Millinery Ooodn. Hats, Bonnets. Laces. Trimmings aud all.hcasouablo novelties. Tho ladles are Invited to call. Alarket street, aW3ly MAYSVILLE. M1 i lis. MAKY E. THOMAS, Dealer In- Millinery and Notions, i'ii , i - Announces that she has Just received her spring stock, which will bo found and that she has also secured tjie services of An accomplished trimmer from Cincinnati. Ope price only; K ... 13 E. Second s aOuly, MAYSVILLE, KY. iAUitoN nno., GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full line of all kinds of vehicles on liand for sale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by day, week or month. Largest and' best appointed Livery Stablo lu the west. Prices as owns any. Bestntteutl6n to vehlulnsstoicd. Telephone connection. No. in and 1J went SecoudSt., apl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. "MEW riKM, BISSET, McCLAWAHAN & SHEA, (Successors to Cooper & BKot, Dealers In Slovos, Jinnies, .llnrhlviiscrt .liaii(ol',Hii(l iiiniititiiuturorN oi'Tiii, Copper nm! Sbcot Iron Warp, Special attention paid to tin roollluK, gutter and spouting. Practical plumbers, gas. nnd steam (ltter.s. Wrought iron ni.d lead pipe, &c. All work attended to promptly and warranted. 23 E. Second st., aOdly MAYSVILLE. KY. WENS ik ItAKICIiEY, Nos. 57 and CO Second and 10 Sutton streets, have Just iccolved a laro stock of Improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, the jireatest labor-saving implement ever offered to farmer. The best tobacco hoes and tobacco bat u hardware of all kinds. apllU O.VUI. i. ANIEUSON, A'o.21 Market St., nearly opp. Central Hotel, -. Office Open at all Hours. MA YS VILLE, KY m.iyuiy.o. r A, .UEANS, FURNISHING UPJDERTAKER. Full line of Huilal Robes and all articles required by tho undertaking trade. Orders ptomptly attended lo clay or nlnlit. m301y A'o. 01, Eait Second Street, 081MON, Dealer In QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Glass, Cutloiy. Notions, etc No. 13 Mnrket Stieet, East side, between Second and Third, inildOm MAYSVILLE, KY. O J.OAUKJHEKTY, No. 0, West Second Street. Alonumonts, Tablets and Headstones' on hand. Orders by mall will receive tho samo prompt attention us It delivered in person. upl&lly y II. OEIMIAM, "PLUMBER, Snnltaiy Engineer. Gas and Dealer in plumber's goods, Pumps, J lose, Sower Pipes, Lead and Iton Piping, Steam and Water Gauges. No. S west Second street, opposite Gelsol's gtocery, opl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. t'.KlFF, BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALL HOURS. Work promptly and satisfactorily done. Toims reasonable. Front street, boiweou Market aud Sutton. npllOdly lyiUTEifc ORT. Wo will not be undorsold by nuv house In Kentucky or at Cincinnati, It wo have hall a chance, inchSldly MAYSVILLE, KY. Vyn.EIA.lI HUNT. Manutacturer and originator of tho celebrated brands of Sliver Dollar, Win. Hunt's Dark Horso, Happy Smoke, Throo Ueuutlos, Cordwood and Gold Slugs. Second Street, Maysvlllo, Ky. Vy It. MATHEWS & CoTi -Manufacturers and Dealors in Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths, Shingles, blinds, Fratnos, Doors, Sash, Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac. , mcnSOly MAYSVILLE, KY. w XV. LYNCH, Mnuulaqturor of nnd Dealor In BOOTS A1TD SHOES. 'Ladles' ahd'chlldren's'fino shoos a sjife'olnlty. Custom worlc inndo to order, Repairing neatly and promptly douoat Jiioderatuoharges. No. II Market steett, East sldb. . ally MAYSVILLE, KY. XTANUKV fc AEEXAN0ER, OII tEEIAREi: LIVERY, SALE AND, FED STABLES. Vohtclos o all kljiaa.'Bood s'tookniutooroful drivers. Horbos kepi by tte day, or week on roasonablo terms. Second St., between Market and Limestone.