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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATUHDAY EVE., MAY 10, 1S83. aavft T&BM1 Tick rnecs now nro itt an end, The bojs have hnd their sport, So let our win thy Justices, Stop oui nnd liold their court. Ami Monday when they gather In With wlo and solemn faces Lot's hope thnt each nud ovoryone, 11ns had his till of inccs. Tub latest quotatiion of hump at Lexington is So.L'o. STnAWUKimiKs have been sold tit fifteen cents n quart this week. ' . The wheat crop, everywhere in tins county, is said to be looking well. Mkssiis. Myai.1., Kiley & Pouter received several car loads of farm wagons yesterdav. . o Tun Manchester Signal says that the steamer Rickot will soon enter and Viincubunr trade. mm A paste of equal parts ot sifted ashes, clay and salt and a little water, cements cracks in stoves and ovens. The earnings of the Kentucky Central Railroad for the first two weeks of May show a gain of $12,500, over the same time List year. -- The Knights of I'ythias of Aberdeen, and the band of that placo, will go to Cincinnati on Monday to attend the meeting of the Grand Lodge of that order. Rev. S. 1). Aldeiison preaches at the Presbyterian Church, on Third street, Sunday morning and evening. In the morning he will deliver his " Tenth anniversary sermon." The Flemingsburg limes-Democrat kindly says : The Muysvillo Daily Bulletin has been enlarged to six columns to the page. It is creditable to its publishers and to the city. One of our observing citizens has suggested to the Bulletin- that the reason the trotting races were not a success, is that there are not enough church members in Maysville to sustain an Association. A new public school building for the use of the primary deportment is to be built at Aberdeen, on Main street, opposite the Methodiht Church. An advertisement for proposals to erect the tuie will be found elsewhere. Capt. J. R. I Iikdma.v, the nominee, of the Louisville Convention for Lieutenant Governor, is a native of Adair county and a lifelong Democrat. He was an officer in the Federal army and served with distinction ilurins: the late war. Mr. S. Salomon received notice, yesterday, that the fifteen light incandescent machine ordered for the knitting works has been shipped from New York, and as soon as it arrives, an agent from Louisville will be sent to put it in operation. The change in the time schedule of the Kentucky Central goes into oflect next Monday. Hereafter the Lexington express will arrive at 9 a. in., and leave at l'J:30 p. m. The Lexington accomodation will reach Maysville at 7:30 p. m. and depart at 0 a. in. By the time a man dodges the pnint on the front door, the wash bucket in the entry, the lounge in the sitting room filled with cuspadores, pictures, window' curtains, etc., a bucket of limo in the back yard, and the broom stick for daring to intrude at all, he is a fit subject for the sympathy of all mankind. Mr. S. Salomon, on Thursday, by invitation, visited the school room of Miss J. R. Parke, for tho purpose of hearing the pupils read and speak the Germun language. He inform' us that they use a pure German accent and are remarkably well advanced. Ho was much entertained aud considers Miss Parke a careful and entirely capable teacher. . . - To cook asparagus: ftferape clean and cut in pieces one inch long. Put all in two quarts of water, in which a half of salt has been placed. B )il until tender. When done, place on tiast, and pour over the whole a gravy made of one pint of milk, seasoned with salt, pepper and but'er, and thickened with flour stiried in cold water. The Sunday night lecture at the Christian Chuivh, by Rev. A. . Gilbert, will take up "Tho Widespread Sin of Stealing," as its theme. Tho following is a sjllabus of its diversions: Thefts of commeicc, of the professions, from tho S'ttte, of tho stock and grain brokers, of tho social circle. These will all bo treated in the lecturer's usual independent and practical manner. W. II. Tiller, pastor of tho M.iysliok church, will preach in tho morning. Mh. John E. Blaine, who has been the Internal Revonuo Collector of this district for tho past ten years, has sent in his resignation to tho Department, to take oflect on tho first of next July. lie has been an obliging and efficient officer, whoso work has rated high nt Washington, and has from thno to time received complimentiary notices from tho Government. Mr. Blaino will remove to Peoria, 111,, and engago in tho book and stationery business with Mr. E. D. Nulo. His friends in Maysvillo wish him sue- THE RACES. Last Weather and Large Attendance-Excellent Sport Sotham Takes the Purse in the 2:40, and Alexander Wins the Prizs . in the 2:19. X GLORIOUS I) AY 1'OR THE FIELD. The closing day of the spring meeting of the Maysville Trotting Association, although threatening in the forenoon, was all that could be desired. When tho races c.une round, a gentle breeze blew off towards tho river banks the dust that was thrown in the air by tho fleet flyers. " Old Probs " was determined to do all in his power to help the association out of its financial embarrassments. No one could complain of the attandance because the largest crowd of the week was present. The vast being comfortably filled with as fine and gay an audience as ever witnessed a r.ice. The race in the 2:40 class was not above thu average, as Sothatn, the hivirlto in the pools had it all his own way from the word "go" in every heat. Tho only excitement in this class was caused by tho stru.'gle between Castinar.i, Raynard and Tom Coons for second pl.ice. It was u fierce struggle between Castinara and Rajnard, the latter, although he got of! well in every heat, didn't seem to have the strength to hold his place in the finish, lie had to content himself with third money, Castinara coining out second in the first and third heats and taking second money. Tho two Wilkes', Minnie and Bonnie, were of no account at all, being distanced in the first heat, the judges, however, letting them for some reason finish the race. Sodium won tho purse in this class in three straight heats, and lowered his record to 2:2(JL This black stallion is a noble looking animal, resembling in a marked de gree in color, size and motion the famous Alexander. He. is a Kentucky horse, being owned by Mr. Alex. Lewis, of Louisville. From present indications Sothnm will surely rank among the fleetest trotters ere long. It was the contest in the 2:10 class that roused the enthusiasm of the audience to the highest pitch. In the pools the night, before the bay mare Minnie R. was a hot favorite, selling for $10, Deck Wright was second choice, bringing So, Ewing 54, leaving Alexander and Troubadour in the field, which hud a slow sale at $2. No one seetnd to have any doubt that Minnie R. would carry off thu prize, if any one-had taken Alexander, or Troubadour night before, as first, choice, he would undoubtedly have been " laughed" out of the room. The knowing ones knew, of course, just how it was going, and put up big money on their favorite Minnie R. When Troubadour came in winner oi the first heat the faith in Minnie R. was not shaken. Deck Wright won the second heat and still Minnie R. sold as the favorite, bringing $10, Wright $8. In the two first heats Alexander had behaved badly, in the first quarter both times, and coming in last on the first, and fourth, on the second heat. When the horses were sent off in tho third heat, one of the blacks took the lead, by several lengths before the firbt quarter was finished. Most everyone thought at first, that it was Troubadour, but soon could be heard on every hand. " It's Alexander," " look at Alexander. " Did ever you see the like" &e.&c. It was indeed a grand sight. Alexander was the noblest looking animal in tho crowd, nnd he never left his feet from the word "go" till the heat was finished. Wright struggled hard, but seemed flustrated by the black stallion's success, and broke into a run several times in his effort to get out of tho dust left in tho trail of that animal. Alexander won tho heat in 2:21. Minnie R. was still the favoiite in the pools. In tho fonrMi heat Alexander led from tho start, and in a smooth, even but fleet gait finished tho heat in 2:20J amid tho shouts of tho spectators. Wright contested this heat, wonderfully from the beginjug to thu end, but his efforts to recover tho lost ground woro fu ilo. Tho f.iitli of the knowing ones in Minnie R. was now shaken and " hedging" was the order of tho hour. Minnie It. dropped to $5. Alexander sold for $10. Wright $S. Tho crowd woro in a torriblo muddle and Alexander, who had Bold tho night before for$l, now brought "big monoy." Tho fifth heat was a repetition of tho fourth; and when Alexander went under" the wire, winner of tho purso, tho shout that went up from the audience must havo made the noble animal's heart beat with prido. FIItST Sothini Casiluara Raynaid .'. Tom Coo us M lun to Willises nonnio winces 1 1 1 2 1 2 H 2 4 13 5 5 0 3 (I SD. TIiuo2:31hi2:3li -:-M. SECOND Alexander i 6-111 Deck Wrlcht 2 12 2 Troubadour 12 3 1 Kwlim 3 3-15 MluuioR 1 5 5 J 5 Time 2:2 2:20J4, 2:21, 2:20, 2:21. - m m m -! ! Thk Rejiublicun's tables nro not to tho point. Wo made no complaint as to tho apportionment of tho city ndvortit Ing in 1882. AVo claim that it lias not been "justly nntl equitably apportioned-" in 1883, If tho Republican thinks other wise it is invited to produco tho proof, or cess and will pari with liiiu with regret. I stand convicted of "gobbling." A of the Manchester Signal writing from Concord says: Our town can boast of having published tho first paper printed in Lewis county, "Tho Concord Pioneer of Progrtss," published in 1805, by Holderness, a few copies of which are kept as relics .by Burns. ' m Although tho races this week attracted to our course some of the m st celebrated trotting horses of the country, and the meeting was ono of rare interest, we regret to say it was not a success financially. The Association have left nothing undone to make their meetings equal in interest to any held in the United States, and are much discouraged that their efforts havo not bcon appreciated. At present it seems doubtful whether another meeting will be held by the Association. Accident Insurance. Accidents will happen in all occupations and situations. They will happen whether you travel or not. They cost money, valuable time and even life. Accident Insurance costs but a small premium. It guarantees $1,000 to $10,-000 in case of accidental deith, or a weekly indemnity. SD.OOO tickets at 2." cents a day !50 days for $4 50 Apply to M F. Maksii, Agent, Library Building, Sutton Street. HalhviP Excursion Olllcc. Pers n to visit points in the west and northwest, will ,ave time, trouble and est, by ciHim: on or addressing Go 'ige M. Abbott, Excursion Airent, 402 Scut street, Cuvinulon, Ky. Round nip tickets on m'e to principal points in Colorado, Minnesota, etc. Special attention uiven to excursion parties and special rates made to all important gatherings. Remember the direction, Geo. M. Abbott, 402 Scott street, Covington, Ky. The Church s. Servic 's will he a- usual at St. Patrick's Chuicli to-morrow. There will le s it 'he Cnnrch of the N tivity, in truing and evening. Rev. S. H. rhetor, of the Southern Presbyterian C unvh will In M rent the R.iptist morn ing and cveniuu. Rev. M. I). Reynold-, wi I pn'ach it the M. E. Chinch. South, nt II ji. in. and 7:4.") p. in. for evening : '" Religion 1). with KYfcivnce to the Supposed Conflict with im:kmial. Mr Robert C. McNoely, of Cincinnati, is in the city. Dr. Robert L.Cooper, of Scott Station. Shelby county, is in the city. Miss Lucy McL'Ughlin, of Covington, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Robt. Kicklin Miss Mattie Green, of Augusta, is the guebt of the family of Judge V. P. Coons. Mis Cor.i Amiss left to-day to visit friends at Louisville. She will be for several weeks. Mr. Sidenor 1J. Hall, who has been in Mayfrville attending the races, returned to Covington to-day. Captain J: L. Botsford and family and Mr. Henry Bonnell, of Youngstown, 0., who have been visiting friends in Maysville, havo returned home. Mr. II. C. Rarkley left for Boston aud other eastern cities, yesterday, on business. Whilo he is nbsen the will, by Mr. S.Salomon, make a thorough investigation of the United States Electric Light Works in Boston and other cities. The Station House Shooting. ilohn Moore, tho colored man alleged to havo been shot and seriously wounded at the station house, recently, received no injuiies beyond a slight scratch on the neck, and has made no complaint against Deputy Marshal Browning, the otlicer charged with doing the shooting. Tho particulars, as wo havo learned them from officer Browning, nro as follows : Moore, who is a verv powerful man physically, was drunk aud resisted arrest. Browning had gotten him into tho center cell and was in tho act of transferring him to the end cell, when Mooro ilammed tho iron door upon Browning's fingers, aud at the sumo time exclaimed : " G d dn you, I've had enough of you," and seizing him by the throat pushed him back against tho wall. Browning tried to call for help, but was so choked he could uot do it, and being unable to resist Mooro, ho drew his pistol and fired, inflicting a slight scratch on Moore's neck. Marshal Browning says that he is ready to answor to tho charge in the courts whenever a complaint is made against him. oxfrisr Advertisements Inserted under this head ing 10c per lino for eacu insertion. Tuv Lungdon's Oity Butter Crackers. Mkn's straw hats, best stock in town, at Hunt & Doylo's. maiSldly m Fon Sam:.- Two desirablo lots on tho Fleming pike. Terras reasonable. Apply to a23dlm "William O'Biuen. Linen nnd Mohair ulsters, largo lot' also Jnp parasols 15 cents each, at Hunt & Doylo's. If you wish tho whitest and most delightful broa'd, ask yonrgrocor for-" Old Gold Patent Flour," made by Robinson & Co.'s Now Process Roller Mill. ipl5 Madame Hawses Riley can bo pro fessionally consulted Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at tho Hill House in this city, until tho first of September. Messrs. Bismtt, McClanahan & Shka have just received a large of the lateststylesslateand iron mantels. Prices low. Call and see them. mlodOtwlt Try "Old Gold Patent," the finest, whitest nlid most satisfactory flour ever nfi'ered in this market. Manufactured by Robinson & Co.'s New Process Roller Mill. may 14 Ma. S. B. Oldham has a new gas burner which makes a wonderful saving in gas. It gives a broad, clear flame and consumes less gas than any other burner in use, nnd can bo regulated to burn low or high without moving the keys on the fixtures. Give them a trial. mlGdlw Diamond Ring Lost. On Tuesday, a Solitaire Diamond Ring insciibed, "V. C. G. to J. L. C, 18S1. Mizpnh, omine bonum Dei donutn." A good reward will be paid for its return to Major Thos. J. Chenoweth at it Co's. drug stote. ml4d3t Hoy Wanted. A suitable boy who can afford to learn the printing husines", will be given an opportunity by application to tnl9 J. D. Kr.HOE, Piinter. By land or at sea, out on the prairie, or in the crowded city, Ayer's Cathartic Pills aae the best for purgative purposes, everywhere alike convenient, eflicacious and safe. For sluggish bowels, torpid liver, indigestion, bad breath, flatulency, and sick headache.they are a sure remedy. Notwithstanding much has ben said iibout the importance of a medicine, it may be possible that the matter has never setiously churned your mention. Think of it now ! If, by the use of a few bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla you avoid the evils of fccrofula, and transmit a healthy constitution to your thank us for the suggestion. I'o Buyers of Cloth fag. I take this method of informing my friends in Maysville and vicinity that I im now with C. R. Mabloy &. Co. The mammoth clothier- of Cincinnati. All irders for suits, goods &c, sent in my care will receive my personal attention. Goods will he sent on approval to responsible parties otherwise C. O. D. Goods will be exchanged, if not satisfactory, or money refunded. Fine dress uits to hire for balls, weddings, &. N. B. Maiwii, U'ithC. It. Mabley & Co., Cincinnati, O ui3d2ui. In the Public. The undersigned, proprietors of the Maysville Foundry, announce that they at e prepared to furnish all kinds of cast- iims of the best quality and on short notice. They have employed font experienced tnolders, who will give particular attention to custom work and will till all orders promptly. They are also preparing patterns for "a line of cannon heating stoves, which they expect to manufacture in quantity and will be able to supply to the public at ihe lowest market price. ml2dotwlt Bam., Mitchki, k Co. W.A.1TTS. i7AXrEI A position as bookkeeper or TT salesman by a man of experience. Can- lve good reterence aiuti 1 Apply at. THIS OFFICE. It exchange 11 acres of land nea churches on Lawrence creek, tor u nouso una lot In Chester. Apply to M.F. MARSH, ml2 Library Building, Sutton Street. rAXTEI Harness niakors. Good wages and steady employment. Apply ui ouco by letter or In peruon. PERKINS. CAMPBELL & CO. ni8diVv5t ft! nnil 01 Main St.. Cincinnati. O. FOK N.tlLIO. Fourteen nice dwellings. All 7 well located. Also, a number 01 building lots In Chester. For terms. Apply to .M.F. MAKSII, mlbdtf Iilbvnry Building, Sutton street. 7OH SAI.K redding, springs L china dishes, looUlny glasses and otliei property. Apply to 1118 ll!w FKEO. Si'IIATMANN. l A fiuud .'iolCiiig Siovo null . uteuMls. Call at Thomas Tudor's tin store second street, between Marltet and Limestone. ma7dtf 170KS.I.K7o7WH) secoiiir liiuicl Sphtir it : Co's.brlclc; 50 oquares ruotlim tin. nearly newiiVJ 0 feel of nearly new lumber oi kinds. Apply 10 mlOditwtf G. MnLLl.VM.S. h Vl.K A splendid hum oflTfl ncifs ; situated HtClurlc'R Station on the M.aud 1j. h. It., live nines irom naynvine. uooo dwellluu and out buildings, two teuaul hous.es, two tin ge tobacco burns, twuntj live acies ol new land, plenty of water, and on Strodes Hun 'urnplUe. hold entire, or us two farms. Annl.v to Geo. It. Humphreys on pieinW'sor lo lUUUVWIUl UAHKMIS. WrtUU Maysville, Ky. f:i KKWT. 1 ,Mlt UILN'T Twoorthreo r6oms. Apply to uil&dlw .MKS. ELLEN 11E1KLEY. Till id street, opposite Wall. KKXT A fiaino house on Vino h' root, containing three rooms ami a Ultchon. Apply to CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL. It HUNT Throe or live loonisto small tumliy. Apply at n'iWtt THIS OFFICE. XiOST. Friday, a gold bracelet with j bangle attaehed and marked J. II. T. The tinder will pleuso return to this otllco and bo lewurded mlOdlw. On Monday morning between tho j First Nation il Bank and Daulton & lhos.'s livery stablo, a now ilvo dollar bill. Please leave at tho Bulletin olllco and bo rewarded. inl5dtf NOTICE- TROPOSALS will JL 28th tor erecting bo recolved until May a primary sciiooi uuiiu Ohio. For specifications cull Ing at Aberdeon, on or address tho undersigned, J. W.OIIEESMAN, m is tin 1 O, II. PERRY. Building Com, BARGAIN DIRECTORY. BUUinjEM, latest styles, 357.00 to 5133: farm wagons. ,,7.to to Sti"; double shovel nlows, including extra tongues. $2 iO to S.t.'i"). at MYALL.. RILE & I'ORTKll'S. BIIUHOO.U KIM'S S20 to 8150. Chillis per sol i,1 and upward. Camp Oliulis s2 nud upward. Pcrluciion Hoot and Shoo Cleaner 31 50. GEO. ORT.Jit. tkv.n to to 7io.. best Bi:st(jhi:i: Chewing Tobacco 80 cents u pound. UEO. T. WOOD, 'Si, Second sticot. ri:r:iivuT kii mnrro.v JL $3 fit), Hand S.Vi'; patent leuthel, inicst stylus Ladles', nud Chlldien's Fuuoy Slippers aw. to 32.00. A. M. ROGERS. I'LANTHKNTo cents to ?37.r0: two Cons cultivators 310 to S20 ; coi n drills 811, heictotoreSIS.nl MYALL, KILKY ,t POUTER'S. II II, It'S HitAtS HALS, 75c, women's C Kid lluttou SI t)ii, men's Calf Loudon Toe Button, Sli.'Jo. F. li. Ha NSON, Second St. j li'c, cost 2.3c; Liulle.s' hose 2uc furinerl iiosk OUc. Remnants of null wool ure.ss goods i Viy, iiUNTifc DOYLE, seeont to 20c. stieet. " plIAMIlKlt NF.TM 820 and upward. Chairs J i'i sol and upwind, Uiiituu Hocking Chair. sO.50 and upward, Largest stock of Parlor Suits In Htule $13 to S200. WHITE & OUT. 1UKlUI"I' S1.00, Framed Clnouios KJ Sl.'Jo One dozen lend pencils I Do. i oiling hoops, kites, liuininock.s, balls and bats at uli) PlIlwTEH'S bookstore. C1AXXKU tomatoes 10c, corn 111 and loc. J peaches, three pound, 10 and 20c. Jellies, two pounds, 20c. JOHN WHKELEH, a 10 Mniket street. DISSKH ASO TKV NIJVS S.'t to $75 Olminber Sels S2.75 to SI5. 0 Plates 5c, 0 Uups and Saucers aSc U Tumbler 20c, 1 set ot Knives aud FoiksOue. O. A. McCAUTHEY. ELASTIC HOOT I'AIXT. J1.00 a square for ilii. Iron clad paint, brown or black, fcAUOu square lor bhlnules. Enqulie at Hul-LETIN olllce. L. H. ARMSTRONG. (XlKl'ETM at P0, 3.3 JO, 50, GO. 70,80,00 nnd SI. j Oil Cloths four quarters at '3, 35, 40 and 60. J. W. Sl'AHKS & URO., 21, Market St. Ci.orilEN WHINCJKK nt $1.00 and less. Hensoiiablo Haul ware at low prices. OWENS &M1TCHEL, Odd Fellows' Hall Para Rubber hose 25 to 30 cents GEXITIN'E a foot and warruutcd. Fitting up bath rooms a specialty. T. J. UUHLEY, Sanitary Engineer, Second street. CLOTH, the new dress goods, GEKNTER shades, warranted not to fade. Price 25 cents. NESBITT & MclvRFLL. WATCHES for S25 and upward; GOLD Watches & and upward: Silver Plated Spoons per set SI nnd upward, nt HERMAN N LANOE'S Jewelry Store. CENTS' Sewed Congress and English Hals, T London toe, 81.00; Opera Slippers 81,00 Misses and Womoii's grain and button kid $1.2 j and $1.10. Cheap tables. O.d. MINER A BRO. RAKNESs, 58, Saddles 8), Whips 15c. and up, bridles Sl.'O. Curry Combs. Horse Brushes, etc. R. A. TOUP, 45. Second street. 11 VI., Side Lace and Button rASTINU j shoes inc., Kid and Pfltihle Side Luce, 75c. Cloth Top Button, 51 50. Misses' Urn In Button J1.00. F. B. HANSON, Secoud Street. styles of Ladles' Men's and chll dren's shoes at ureal bargains. A. HONAN, Market streett. I,ASTINJ SIIOK.S elevens 10 IAIHr.N' j threes, 50c. Children's Side Luce sixes to elevens 75c. l. Ladles' K Women's Uraiu Hals 'Zy, to Hs :il Mutton 52. ( B.CL1KT. K.V.N .UlT.s Siiuml upward, B ys' suits M ii and upward. Linge stocl? of Gents' Fumlshins UomK VICR()V: LEE. 'IMMVKI.S oc. to Sfvtt; HimdkeiPhlefs 5e. to 1 75c, Ladles' hose sc. lo S1.25. Cheapest Table Lluou In the city. BURGESS & NOLIN. U'AM, IMI'KltS Mouldings and Picture V Frames tit inanufnotiuers' iirlces. Pictures 5c. Two nice Pictures for 2o cents, nt MORRISON & KCKLEY'S bookstore. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. TUP 3BISU IS ALWAYS ln dUFI INTERESTING. Frnmmornlne to morning and tiom week to week THE SUN pilots a continued story of the lives ot leal men and women, and ol their deeds, plans, loves, hates, and tioubles rhix atory it more interesting hanu y romance that was ever devised. Subscription: Daily (4 pages), b mall, 55c. a montti,pr$0 50n venr; Sunday (8 pages), Sl.20 per year; Weekly (S pages), S1.00 per year. 1. W. ENGLAND, Publisher, N. Y. City. C. KOIIEHT DAWSOX A CO.. :Dealeis In: CIGARS and CONFECTIONERY. FKF.SII STOCK ! l' KICKS LOW ! Second Street, EAST MAYSVILLE. BLONDINE Abiolutclrharmleii! Rtlmn. Uteihalr. IfJrumlit liun't It, end tuKmeuiuu.l'erfumtr, m'fr.l54W.4tli8t.,Cin, Tse. u uuiuiti , exproti tua, u. Before INSURING YOUR LIFE EXAMINE THE TONTINE Savings IFtind Plan -OF THE- EQUITABLE jlFE flsSURflHG 0GIETY. InMeod of In vesting In stocks, bonds or oth ersecuilttes or depositing in Savings Ranks, EXAMINE THIS PLAN of Insurance, which not only yields a return as an Investment, but gives linnieilluto In demnity 111 case 01 ueatu. Assets $48,000,000. jos. f. buoduxck:, Second Street MAYSVILLE, KY. Notice To Tax-payers. f nilE books of tho City Assessor returned JL for tho year 188:1 having been exaiulued nnd corrected by the Hoard of Equalization, are now in my hands will bo open for lu spectlon until Thursday, May ZdtJi, IS 83, at 7:30 o'clock p. in., at which tlmo tho Boaid of Councilman will hold a meeetlng to levy tho tax lor the year 1883, and to hear appeals at that dato only from thoso who icei themselves aggrloved by tho prcsoni assessment. By order ot tho Board. mlOwSt HARRY TAYLOR, Clerk. CRAWFORD HOUSE. Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts. o. Lewis Vandkn. t'ropnetor. LEGAL NOTICE rpllE undersigned having been duly up. JL pointed by thu Mason County Oourt as lutnilnlstinfor ol tho estate ol Mis. LU.lo Stallcup, deceased, and qualified as sucli, all nelsons having claims against her estate nro hereby notified 10 piesent them nioperly I 11 oven to 1 he said udminisiiaipr lor pay- nielli. mllwliu G. S.JUDD. Adm'r. LEGAL NOTICE. CHARLES H. COOPER has mndo tin MR. 10 G. S; Juihl, for the benefit otlilseiedllors, who are hereby notltled to llle with tho assignee their demands agulust tho estate, rioptrly verified. ..., mayJW&vvlni G. S.JUDD, Assignee. RESIDENCE FOR SALE. rpHR Desirable Residence on Second S'reet I. known as the I'lesbyterlan pursonngu Is olleretl forsuleon icusounblo terms, rno lot is feO leel fiont and extends back 120 feot to nu alley. The house coutalns 7 rooms, kitchen, pantry and tlieiu me two cisterns on the i lot. Apnlv to J. JAMES W OOD, iil2Ud&vlin A. TJL'OX. THE l'LAt'l.TOOLT CHEAP BED-ROOM SUITS IS AT GEORGE O 111, Jr.'s, mchnidly SUTTON STREET. PINE APPLE HAMS, Home-made Yeast Cakes, myOdly GEORGE REISER. SAMUEL J. DAUGHERTY7 MANUFACTUIIEK OF ToeUBoxooldin a year by OWE I Act Dlrcctlv on the Liver. CWIIKH CllILLH AMD FKVKB, DYSMPSI, HICK HKADACIIK, BILIOUS COLIC, CONSTIPATION, HiiKUHATisM, Vilis, Palpitation OF THK IlKAHT, JIIZZINKM. TOItPID LIVKB, COVTKIlTOSfHUB, SLi:KPLE!MNKS8, AND AM. DlSEASKSOK TUK LlVKIi AND STOMACH. If you do uot " reel very well." a single pill at stimulates llie stomnch, restores the nputlte. imparts visor to tho gyitgm. R.E. SELLERS & CO., Pittsburgh, Pa. WMim. TOMBSTONES, K Second 8t Opposite Myall & Riley's, MATHVlIiLE, KT. Freestone Pavements nnd nil kinds of Building Stone on hand. Having thirty-two years In tho business, j oiler myscrvlces to the public, confident or rendering satisfaction lauS" FRANK R. PHISTER Ilus ust received 500 copies of A Treatise on the Horse Ami HISMSEASES, By Dr. B. J. KENDALL. P LlICE 25c. The best work for the money published. Add,e.ssmal.o.de.?itovNKupnIsTEUi myOd&wtf Maysville, Ky. A SpeoiUw .or all Dlaeaaoa of tlie G KIDNEYS. ? LIVER. CRAVELINA. I URINAnY iitAuuiiR, j organs. A Pills, 36 Dosoa, $1.00 3. T. LEE, Lebanon Pllce. Clnclnnntl, O. Bent by mall postpaid on receipt of price. FOR SA.L21). I otter for sale u HOUSE and LOT In the Fifth Waul of Maysville, on tho northeast corner ol Fourth stieet and Bruce Alloy, the lot minting sixty feet on FoiuMi street, runnlus! 1101th to strawboiry Alley, being lect wide at that end; Bruce Alley being nn the west. The house is a neat.com I01 table liaine, In good lupa.r. A Largo, Uooi stable Is on the lot also. Will iiiaku deed with ueneially warranty. Ilioulre ot W. II. V ADSWOKTII. ltlyvlle. A pi It 21, issa. wit Application far Incorporation. VTOTICE Is heieby given that, application i has been made to the .Mason County Court for tho lncorpoiatlon ot the Jlaysvlllo Electric Light Company, In puisuanco of chapter U, ol the Oonoial Statutes oi Kentucky and by thnt nuuie to havo perpetual succession, and power to sue and bo sued, Ac. The amount of capital stock to bo :U,00U, each hharoof Which is to lie ot tho value of 850, Thopilnclpal placo of business ot tho said corporation Is to bo tho city of Maysville. The object of tho said Company is to lurulsh lUht, generated by olectiiclty to Individuals and coi poratlons within thoclty of Maysville, and adjacent thoroto, and to tho said city for pUUUC purposes uj euuuuui. wiui mu duiu, and also tor the purpose of supplying mptlvo power, gonoraieu oy steam 01 electricity, within the said territory. The private property of the Individual stockholders In the Midi c'niiinniiv Is to bo exoinnt from all Ha blllty for tho debts oi thosalu Company. Tho liusluessot said Company Is to be munagod by a board of seven dlrectois, to bo elected by the stockholders auuually, nnd the llrst board of directors to bo elected whon tho sum of notlesa than 810,000 shall hnvo been subscribed to tho capital stock of said Company. Tho board of directors from their own number shall elect n President, Vlco President, Secretary and Treasurer, and may elect othor oillcors ns may bo necessary. Tlio.company may issue Its bonds lor an amount uot exceeding tho maximum Indebtedness which sbull bo tlxed at 80,000, with Interest coupons thoroto attached bearing Interest at a rate uot looxcoedslx per cant, per annum, which interest shall becomo duo nud payublo semiannually nnd to secure said bonds nud Interest ttio company may oxecuto a mortgaco upon Its proporty of every kind. Tho said corporation may commence- on tho 7th day of May, 1883, aud coutluuu perpetually. Tho following named persons are the corporators : W. IL Wadsworth, Ohas. B. Pearco, W. 11. Mcaranaghun.II.C. Hartley A. R. Olascook, O. Shulta Leach, D. Hechlnger, a. W. Sulser. Maysvillo, Ky., May 6, 1883, mSd&wlra ,V