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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 10, 1883". BOSSER & MoOABTHY, Fublisbors and Proprietors, To whom Address nil Communications. At carlj candle light shut up, And straightway homoward go. For thus you'll benefit yourself, And give the clerks a show. You'll get a very needed rest, And thou tho good wife, maybe, Providing you behave yourself, Will lot you nurse the baby. And If you've got no little one, This shnplo tiling go try-Close at six, and we will hot There'll be ono Circuit Court is in session to-day. Hemp ia quoted at $5 in the Lexington market. Eev. M. M. Riley will preach at Mays-lick next Sabbath on tho subject of "The Now Birth." Charles Alexander, son of Octavius Alexander, died in East Maysvillo yesterday afternoon. Tnu outside of tho new court houso at Lexington is to be entirely of stone, making the additional cost about $1,500. - ii. ii i i. Mr. J. C. Owens' famous dog " Brownie" is no more. lie departed for tho happy land by tho poison route. His master is inconsolable. It is now very probable that the Kentucky Central machine shops will not bo removed from Covington at all. It is, of course a great disappointment to Paris. Messrs. Geo. Cox & Son haye a job lot of unlaundried shirts which they are selling for 75 cents. They are equal to any offered in. this city and originally sold for $1. - i Walter McDowell, who lived in this county some thirty years ago, or his heirs, will be interested in an advertisement printed by Judge Coons elsewhere in this paper. m m m J. J. Malloy is homo again from Notre Dame, Ind., where ho graduated with the highest honors in the classical coins0, and received the degroo of A. B. from that University. . . Col. Fred. Otto has' received a horse to take the place of old " Charles " in the beer wagon. " Charles " has faithfully performed tho duties for twenty-two venrs and has been made a pensioner for life. The Yeoman shvh: Maysvillo has a patent flour called ' Old Gold, which is as fino as any wo have tried. It is probably from tho same mill that has been supplying Queen Victoria for tho last five or six years. Mr. S. R. Anderson, who has an Italian apiary at Washington, has kindly sent to tho Bulletin samples of his honoy of this season. It is of the best quality and equal to any wo have over seen. The crop tho present year, we learn, will be a very good one. Samuel Bulger will be brought to Maysvillo after an indictment has been reported on his caso by the grand-jury, which is now in session. As ho will be tried immediately and justice promptly administered, there is no excuse for any undue excitement or lawless demonstration, and thoro should bo nono. The following sales were made on Monday, County Court day, by Mr. Geo. 0. Goggin : a small cnttlo $ Cfl.OO l cow 47.00 1 cow 4).0J 1 cow 82.00 1 cow 03.00 1 bull 2U0 1 old horse 41.00 1 old horse 37.0o 1 horse 12.5.00 1 coal oil stove SOU 1 water cooler 2.75 1 colt , Oli.OO The Steamer Ohio is now o'ling round trip tickets from Cincinnati to Pittsburg for $8, which affords excursionists a fine opportunity to visit an interesting and attractive region of country, at a pmall cost. Captain John S. Jones, ono of tho most obliging and popular clerks on the river is in tho oflico of tho Ohio, and will givo his best attention to the comfort and pleasure of all who may go by this boat. An excursion party might bo gotten up hero with litflo offort, and the trip'would bo a very enjoyablo ono. Messrs. A. R. Glascock & Co., in closing their business houso at half past six o'clock every evening are setting an example to tho business men of Maysville that ought to bo generally followed. Thero can bo nothing lost by early closing, as thero is very littlo business dono after six o'clock, and what-there is might just aB well bo transacted beforo that hour. Tho employes will bo benefitted by such a movo and tho employers as well., Both, by reason of the oxtra rest from labor that they got, will be ablo to do hotter work and moro of it. Lot tho experiment bo tried. County Court Proceedings. London Grover resigned au overseer of roads in road district No. , in Sardis precinct, and Frank Tuel was appointed in his stcud. It was ordered that tho following parties be appointed as oflicors of election for the election to bo held Monday, August 0, 1883, Porry Jefferson, Sheriff of Mason county, making .tho appointment of sheriffs of Baid elections, viz : Maysvillo No. 1. Wosloy Vlcroy and S. R. Powell, Judges; 8. P. Campbell, clerk: Julius Gulbertson. sheriff ; Goo. Vf. Wulzand Unas. Phlster, tollers. Maysvillo No. 2. Jamos Chamberlain and J. D, Bridges, Judges C. W. McClanahnn, cleric; W. L. Mornn, sheriff; John R. and John M. Stockton, tellers. Dover No. 3. Lnnghorue Tubb and A. F. Dobyns, Judges; A. F. Ourran, clerk; W. B. MuMllluu, sheriff; Gntowood S. Anderson and Johnson Peek, tollers. Minerva No. 4. John Oregon and O. N. Weaver, Judges; A. A. North, cleik; it. L. Sownrd, sherlll ; J. H. Watson, and R. L. Wilson, tellers. Qiiriuantown No. 5. S. M. Woodward and Charles Bradbury, Judgos; Leon Patterson, clerk; r. M. Woodward, sheriff; W. O. Johnson and Win, Hill, tellers. Burdls No 0.-John M. Wall and J. II. Grigs-by, 'Judges: P. W. Suit, clerk; A. O. White, sherlfr; Allen Grover and John Collins, tol lers. Mayslick No 7.-C. w. Williams and J. D. Raymond, Judges; R.S. Wen vor, clerk; CO. Worthlngton, sheriff; Thomas Ward and Ii. M. Groves, tellers. Lcwlsburg No. 8. J. M. Alexander and Hairy Walker, .ludues: Enoch Berry. Mr.. dork; S. :. Strode, sheiltlj J, L. Mcllvalne and Ct. M. Campbell, tellers. OrnngebuigNo. 0. M. D Fan ow and Scott Fletcher, Judge: G. U. Bullock, clerk ;Tno. Hlso, sheriff; Cornelius Coryell and W. J. Tully, tellers. Washington No. 10. Robt. Hunter and Jn. Smlthers, judges; J. E Hunter, clerk: Geo. Taylor, sheriff ; G. Ii. Gog 4I11 and John Ryan, leiieis. Murphysvllle No. II. Lewis JeHorson and Jns.S. Prather, Judges; A. H. Brooking, clerk; W. R. Prather. sheriff ; John E. Wells and A. IX, Howard, tellers. Fern Leaf No. 1.. J. B. Burgess and S. E. Mnstin, Judges: J. C. Sivago, dork ; II. W. Wood, sheriff: John J. Chandler and Johu J. Thompson, tellers. Tho sheriff was ordered to notify said oflicors of the election to hold said election and make return thereof according to law, also said tellers, to make ji statement of all thecitizensin thier respective districts entitled to vote lor representation at said election, under act of April 24, 18S2. Daniel P. Judd was appointed and qualified as constable in Maysville district No. 1, to fill the vacancy in that office until his successor is elected and qualifies. S. N. Newell, and A. Honan sureties. . On petition it was ordered that the question as to whether license be granted for the sale of spiritous liquors, &c, in Dover precinct, be submitted to the voters therein at the coining August election. Perry Jefferson, sheriff, executed bond with Charles B. Pearco, John H. Wilson, H. D. Watson, John T. Wilson and J. F. Perrio sureties for the collection of the sinking fund of Mason county for the present year. Elizabeth F. Johnson qualified, as guardian of Bettie P. Johnson, a minor over 14 years of age. Same, qualified as guardian of Win. Johnson, Ethel Johnson, and Harriett Johnson, minors uudor fourteen years of age. The following named pupils attending the Academy of the Visitation were awarded premiums for excellence in their s-tidies: An elegant gold pen fur attention In penmanship, first class, was drawn for by Misses H. Owens, N. Byrne, S. Christie. A. Hord, B. Morgan, It. Lucas, M. Scott, T. Malloy K. Bledsoe, M. Ryan, L. Watson, L. Sadler, M. Durrett.T. Cllft, B. Hackett and S. Coburn. Miss Lucy Watson being the successful one. The gold nen In tho second class for atten tlon In ponianslilp was drawn for by Misses M. O'Donuel.M.Cummlngs, A. Alexander, R. Hechlnger, J Gleason, M. McHugh, M. O'Mara, M. Archdeacon, M. Conley and E. Sparks. MUs E, Sparks bolug tho winner. Crowns for tho observance of rules wero awarded to Misses 21. Owens, Reua Small, N. Byrne, A. Hord, H. Coburn, J. Gleason, M. McHugh, B. Morgan, L. Sadlor, K. Lucas, T. Cliftnnd J. Fr.zeo. Premiums tor dilllgence wore awnrdod to Misses H.Owens, N.Byrne, A. Hord, M Scott, B. Morgan, K. Lucas, S. Chilstlo, M. itynn, E. Hackett, K. Bledsoe, T. Cllft, S. Coburn, L. Sadlor, L. Watson, M. Durett, M. Walton, M. McHugh. J. Gle.ison, A. Aloxauder, M. N. Hlzgoinld, M. Lucas, M. Conley, B. Schaefer, M. Gieen, M. Cummlngs, K Sparks. A.O. Durrrett, B. Piatt, M. N Hand and A. Conley. Premiums for improvement wore awarded to Misses R. Small, Toresa Malloy, Laura Holmes, LUIle Thomas, L. Cox, II. M. O'Donnell, M. Murphy, M. O'Mnra, N. Wat kins. JX, McCartney, Ivu Frederick, J. Frazeo and L. McDanlol. Pioinlums tor music to Misses M. O'Donnel, J. Frazeo and L. McDanlel. Premiums lor domestic economy to Misses B. Sclmoier and J. Gleason. Premium lor rapidity in addition was drawn- by .Miss A. Grant. l'USUiALS. Mrs. I. Brotherton will leave to-day for Esuulapia Springs. Mi 33 Anna Stockton is visiting the f tmilv ' of Major II. T. Stanton, at Miss Maggie Redmond and Mr. John Redmond, of Covington, aro tho guests of Mr. Jas. Redmond, of this city. Mr. J. W. Kobb, of Vancoburg, was in M.WBville, Monday, and called to see the. Bulletin. lie ia a welcome visitor. Mr. John Hunt will leavo to-day for Esculapia Springs, whoro ho expects to qpond several weeks for tho bonefit of his health. m The improvements in electric lighting made by tho United States Electric Light Company have lately strengthened its position greatly ; and tho franchises are daily growing more valuable. Money invested in electric lighting promises to bo exceedingly profitable. Excursionists, got your accident insurance ticket beforo you leave. It costs but 25 conts a day for a $3,000 ticket. M. F. MAnsir, Agont; ABERDEEN ITEMS. Who was that lovely blondo with the queenly mlon who passed usou Second streol and gave Us such a melting smile? Mrs. Genrgo Schlltz. of Ohio nvenuo, Is expecting a young lady friend from Ripley who, no doubt, will have a charming time. Wo have Just enough roltglon to make us unto, but not enough to make us love one another. Ills awtul, but true, ull tho saino. Moonlight feto's aro no longer In voguo In Aberdeou, having become too common in our neighboring city to bo uuy longer appreciated. Wo won't say nny moro about tho Orphous Club, for our oxplanatlous got somewhat confused and it makes It worse, worser, t. A Chicago editor wrote ' pnulo stricken citizens," tlie typos made it "prairie chicken citizens. No matter iiow thoy flatter themselves they certainly can make some comical blundeis. Fred. Deltrlch drives ono of tho nobbiest littlo gigs on our boulevard, with tho of a certain suburban blonde who drives a dapple gray with the Juuntlness of au experienced horsewoman. 'Squlro Beasloy will never get through with his Improvements. White-washing and papering h ive been going on last uvelc, place ono of the most attrac Km on tho pike. What does It all mean, anyway. Mrs. Robert Hroofcover gave one of her charmlngsoclals Friday night. Altaic and the sparkling convoisatlon added to the entertainment, as the night was veo warm the reheshmeuts weiu mure thnu refreshing. The ctreglous vanity of Nome people is Thov apply to themselves any compliment not at all lnteudisl tor them, thiough their egotistical v nliy they cannot think any ono but could ha meant. Tho Improvement." to the new school house would be greatly enhanced by tho election of a tower, Having n town clock pi seen in it, and thus enable the people hete ot ivgulatlu their time, Independent of Mnysvllle's su peib clock. Tho suppor given on the 4th and 5th or July was largely attended. They were packed in that hall like box of sardines. It was all theyoung could do to sot ve ice crd.uu to the wilted oiowd One gentleman ate so much h co in pa led himself to a frozen Icicle. He Is still standing in ihesuu to thaw out. That rooorter who writes for tho Daily. Bulletin and signs himself "One Eyo Open," wo wou'd think he certainly uedd both eye open and ears too, tor tl)ut in liter to he a reporter. At least, we s eak fioin nud II ml it a task with both eyes opon to see anything to furnish Items ot au luteicsllng character. In year gone by severnl young ladles became animated in a lint discussion concern-lug tho cupola mi the Methodist Church, as they viewed It rro.n the MajsvlUe hillside. Ono had It that it wasa woman on top of the church with n white skirt, ted basque a id green sun bonnet o . The others s ild tt was nothing ot the kind It cmied as hot an argument as politics. or vn poms. SHANNON We had a line lain Snunlay night and Sunday. Kv i thing he o iglng to the veget able kli gdom Is looking v r lunch let-e-he . A number of our hi.ys took In the Blue Licks last Sunday. The.o bid g mi young ladles In the party we would 1 uagi'ie It was a very dry party. A veiy pleasant littlo tmr'v eonltliig n Misses Dora Beiry a d PI echo Heiudon. Messrs. W.T. Biownlng mid . r. Cliansior, left hoi e Saturday tor n visit to l)r C. W. and wife, of Fleming coin t.v. Many thanks to the Us correspondent for the compliment whlc 1 he pild to our Sundav School. Would be glad to I nve him attend oiteu. J. X. L. OLKNVII.LK. Miss Alice McClure has returned homo from school at Portsmouth, Ohio. Mr. Henry Barkleyand wife, of Maysville, were visiting James B irkley Sunday. Born At Glenville, Ky., July 3rd, 1S3, to to the wlfo of Mr. Johu J. Farrati, twins, a sou and daughter. Prof Rust, of Danville, Ky, will deliver a tempeinuce lectuie at toe Piosbvteil in Church, Friday night, July II. to couio. Elder J. F. Browne was hero last week renewing 1 he work lor the Glenvl lo Academy. The committee hnveappoliiind It. A. Marshall to attend to the present work, which he lsdolug with good success. The boaid of ofll cers will meet next, Saturday evening to arrange lor putting up the house. Wo are glad to ceo this enterprise once mnrosptlng up in our community. Thnnks bo to the people of Maysvillo and Mancheiter who are helping us with our institution. C(tizkn. MUlU'HYhVII.I.E. Dear (hurley: When you lelt this village some two weeks ago you requested me to wiite and give the uows. i will do It, and In n veiy short time, as theiols not a gioatsUht of that aiticlo around hero. The colored folks had a " festlbal " In Ihelr new church ono evening shortly after you loft, and raked in tho shekels, us it were, to a great extent. I did not learn who walked away with the )i lze cake. Oh, you missed the picnic 011 tho 'on rtli. So did the rest. 01 the young men ; all because about a dozen young ladles went to Tom Worthlugton'sou that day, to and uover said a word to us fellows. All right; wo will get even with them by getting up a crowd of boys and go to the Blue Licks some Sunday. Miss Maggie Northcutt, n veiy prepossessing young lady of Maysville, Is visiting at Mrs. Blggers'. Rev. Han-ford was on time Sunday morning so was the rain ; But some thought tho rain was needed about as bad as the preaching, at that tune, tnoretoro wero not uiseourngou very much. The Sunday School, lately organized, is lu n pi osperous condition. Mr. makes a splendid Superintendent, mid more thnu do ought to attend the school. Miss Coin Kimball, of Manchester. Ohio, is a guest of some young lady here, I have who now. Miss Hill, of Neville, Ohio, was vlsltlug rolatlvos here last week. Did you hear about Will Worthlngton ? Well when you come back, Just hollow "tutors" at him. Ho will know what you mean. Say, that saino follow from Maysvillo was out heio again Sunday, and hu wanted to trade me tils straw hat for my overcoat. How did you get tho foolish idea Into your head that wo weregolng to have a now school house? Why, of course not. No, never! I mean not suou. The one we have is good 0 llio wood, With a littlo patching up it will stilt bo a veiy good place tor the school chlldieu to play next winter; and then we want to keep it for the good it has done. No, Charley, we will not build a new houso thlsunim r .son 0 other summer, perhaps. Let the olu siieil stand, and when It tumbles down wo will take tho children to some tobacco bain or shod, whoro thoro Is plenty of 100m, ami where they cannot slip thiough the holes lu the building, and cany on tho school as it sJftnldbe done. Thavo not neurd of much slckuos. Wheat harvest Is ended, most of tho corn has had its last plowing, and now for the weeds in tho tobacco. 1 have been at work so close, Charley, that I have not had tlino to go any piaco or near anyiuing, out nave 10m you au the news 1 could Hud with Onk Eye Oi'en. Trotting Race Thero will bo a trotting race at tho Maysvillo course next Saturday nftornoon, whirh will bo conducted under tho rules of tho National Association. Tho following horses hiwo been entered and will start: Thompson & Fox enters Lizzie T. Harper Bros, enters Charles Walker. Clltt Bros, enters Dick Cllft. Mr, Fowlor enters Nannie Fowler. Bon. Myall enters Straight Goods. Jesslo Culvert enters Jim Piper. Ed. Berry enters Dr. Keistou. Thoro will bo pool soiling at Mayslick on Friday night and at tho grounds on Saturday afternoon. 0, G. "WonTHINQTON, General Manager. 1 Book Bindery. Persons desiring book binding will leave it at any of the book stores. J21d2vv H. H.Cox. It is tho opinion of John G. Carlisle that the prospects pi tho Democrats have not been as good since 1850 as they are tho present year. Ho says the election in Ohio this fall will show that tho revolution is not goini: backward. RETAIL MARKET. Corrected dally by G. W. Gkisei., grocer, Second street, MnyRVllle, Ky. FLOUR. Limestone. 8 7 00 Maysvillo Family :. G 25 Old Gold 7 (XI Mason County M 1 25 Kentucky Mills 0 00 Butter.m 15g20 Lard,$ 3 16 Eggs, Tjl doz 15 Meal 18 peck 20 Chickens 1325 Molasses, fancy "U Coal Oil, '&, gal. l!0 sugar, granulated f tr . ll " A.lb 10 ' yellow tb tj(p Hams, sugar cured tt 15 Bacon, breakfast IB Tt 15 gallon a Beans i3 gallon 4 Potntoo8Vpeclt,new , 25 Onllee... Mnilb TIME TABLE Of tlie Kentucky Central Railrontl. Time table In 1 fleet May go, lfch.3. I 10 12 11 tt HTATlON". I Ex. Ae. STATIONS. AcEx. A.M.IP. M AMl'.M Lve.Maysvlllo. 0 m 12 3u Lve Lex'tou 4 45 " Sum'ltt 0 111 12 3 no " ClarkV. 0 17 12 -in Lve.Pari 0 -Ti Oii " Mars'll.. 6 i3 12 ail " PJu'c'u " Helena. (J Mi 1 (. " MU'b'g.. 7 0S (100 " Jolin'u. a I.J 1 13 " Carlisle 7 3n 0 20 " Ellz'lle OsS 120 " Meyers. 7 45 HUB. " Ewlllg... 0 53 1 25 " P.Val'y 7 51 (1 12 " Cowan.. 0 5S I 30 " Cowan.. 8 01 (152 " P.Val'y. 7(18 1 H8 " Ewlug.. S 1)7 0 58 " Meyers.. 7 15 1 45 Ellz'lle. 8 11 7 H2 " Cm lisle. 7 30 2 00 " John'n. H 17 7 08 Millers Helena. 8 25 7 15 " Mli'tm'g 7 50 2 18 " Mnrs'll.. 8 37 7 20 " P.Ju'c'n " Clark's 8 42 7 3d Arr Paris 8 15 2 40 ' Sum'ltt 8 47 7 3(1 Arr. Lex'tou 0 10 3 4" Arr. Maysville 0 00 7 60 Arr.Cov'ton 11 30 (l 00 a.m. i.ji A.M. i. m Connects at Lexlimton with tlie C. Ao. it. R. tor Ashland, Huntington and all points In the East and Southeast with the C. N. O. &. T. P. R. H., for Chattanoga and the South, with, the L. & N. R. R, lor Frankloit and Louisville. W. C.SADLER. Acent., Maysville, Ky. C. L. BROWN, G. P. and f. A. TIME-TAULE ovitigtnu, Flemiug.olmrg and round (tap Knllfoml. 1 nuuecttnu with Trains on K. C. R. R. MVe Ki.KMiNOSKuno tor Johnson Statlou: 5:45 a. 111. Cincinnati Express. "Ion. m. Maysville Accommodation 3:2i p. 111. Lexington. 7:02 p. in. Maysville Express, a Station tor Fleiulngsbui goti 1 he at rival ol Trains on tlie K. C. K. it.: i:23 a. m. 4:00 p. m. 1:1s a m. "'.X! r. m. STEAMBOATS, Vitiieeliiiru, Ittiint. Concord. .MaiM'lieH ictiiikI HayNVllU Oally I'aeltft. II AN II V BllUCK RKDDRy.Cnpt. Leves VaucebuiK daily at isi 5 o'clock a.m. for .lnysvilie. f.inv'H MiivhvIIIm 'Mt 11. 111. at Manchester with stage tor West Union. For trelghtor passage applyon board. (.'liiclmintl, 1'ortHiiioiitli, ltiif Sandy A l'oniiTi.y I'acUct CNinipiiny. JOHN KYLE, Presldeut. Lewis Glenn, Secretary and Treasurer. C. mill O. It. IC. PACKETS For Huntingdon, I'oiiieroy.nnd nil 'ny J.niidlns''. TELKGRAPII, Mood's nnilTnursdays.i p. in. h LEETWOOD, Tue-days aud Fililays, 5 p. in. BoaTONA, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 5 p.m. Portsmouth, all Mall aud Way Landings. BONANZA, Tuesdays.Thursdoys Sat'ys, 12 m. Maysville, All Mail and Way Landings. MORNING MAIL, dally (Sundays excepted) Leavo Cincinnati 4:30 a. in. Maysville, 1 it. in. s Freight tecelved on wharf- JmiQpelMlJ at. C, M. HOLLOWAY. J.mnrMMWrfc Supeiluteudeut. NOTICE. THROUGH TO PARKERSBURG, Tliursdays, Fridays and Saturdays Steamers ltodtoiia, KIcetu'od nnd 'lelejf nili. THROUGH TO PITTSBURG, Every Sunday Tho reuular weekly packet steamer Ohio. These boats are all nnd we solicit tho patrnuago of the public nt low rates. j. m. auiiLUWAi, aupuumeuueiu. BLACK BEARDED CENTENNIAL WHEAT. SHALL havo for salo a smnll quantity of I this celebrated wheat at the following rates : Twenty bushels at 37.00 per bushel : ten bushels at 37.50 per bushel ; live bushels nt 81.00 per bushel; one bushel tor $0.00; one peck for fi.50. This wheat Is a new vaiiety introduced from Austiallu In 187U,nnd Is very productive. The yield last year being over fifty bushels per acre. Pleace send outers accompanied by cash to L.J.HALL, JylSwli Maysville, hy. Commissioner's Notice. J. R. Sousloy's Adm'x. Plnlntill. vs. Notice to creditors. Celeste B. Sousley et nls. Defeudnnts. Tho ci editors or J. R. Sousley, deceased, will present their claims to mo properly pi oven, at my olllco on t'ouit stieet, on or hemro tho 18th of July, ISs3. GARRETT S. WALL, Jy5w2t Mitsier Coininlssloner. nr.niriLi :. DYSPEPSIA -AND- Indtesliou Care 1 has nevor failed to relieve and CURE any case of Indlgosllon or uyspopsln. Try It. For salo by GEORGE T..WOOD, Maysville, Ky. NOTICE to CONTRACTORS. "vrOTICE is hbreby given that sealed pro-JA( posals for tlio construction of a now Catholic Church at Mayslick, will be received until Sunday, July 15th. Tho building Is to bo lorty feet wido and sovonty feet long nud will bo n frumo structure The plans aud specifications can bo seen by calling on John Maysvillo, Ky. All bids should bo addressed to the undorslgued, REV.J.HICKEY, JyOd&wlw Mnysllok, Ky. STAGE f.IXE. Maysville nud 9ft. Cariucl. Daily, line Leaves Mt. Cnrmel at 6 a. m arrlvealit Maysville at 9:30a. m., and returns at 2:30 p. m. Leave orders at W. A. P. Second St. J.J. McCARTHElT. SfnyHvllIo nnd Hnrtoiivllle. , Trl-weekly line Tuesday, Thursday nnd Satuidat. Leave Burtouvlllo at U a. in. Returning, leaves Masvllleat 2:30 p. m. Orders should Deleft at Yancey Jt Alexander's livery stable. S. E. POLLITT. Maysvillo mid Mt. Olivet. Arrives nt 10 a. m. Leaves at 2 p. m. Leave orders at Yancey a Alexander's live y stable. R. H. POLLI1T, Piop'r. WAXTTS. vrOTICK Walter McDowell, who resided lu Mason county about thirty vensauo. or his heirs, will learn something greatly to their advantage by WM.P. COONS. J10d&w2w County Judge, Maysville, Ky. good cook inn small family. 4.iu viisiiiiiu in iiuiiiiii; in uu uinit?. i.ij ply to umy THISlFFICE. "vrA"l'Kl A position bv n young man T I eighteen yenisold. Would prefer a clerkship. Apply at JOdlw THIS OFFICE. situation to do 1 geuernl ) liousework by n Germnu gl rl who can uivpnood references. Addiess J5dlw CARRIE SWOPE, Maysville, Ky. FOB WA1L.F,. l?Olt SAI.K A lot of old papers. Apply at THIS OFFICE. 10,000 No. 1 half-Inch Poplar J7IOKSAK.E Address J. B.GLASCOCK, Alt, uarme). LMK NALi: A No. 5 Mosler Safe. new. Ati- X. oress J.U.GLASCOCK. JlOdlw Mt. Carmel. Oil SAM: Three second-hand Pianos. 17 Prices S15 and SJ0. Apply nt SiKtwlw ALBERT'S CHINA PALACE. 17011 SAIjK The hauiNoiiie residence nud JO grounds on the southwest corner of 4th and .Mnikei streets in tins city, tor terms apply to K. L. WORTHINOTON. I'dlw Court street. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DON'T OltOEIt HAM) or Orchestral In struments, or Musical goods of auv kind, be-lore sending for net prices to ALLEN R. DOD-WORTH, 47, Lafayette place, New Y'ork. An excellent B Flat Piston Coronet, 813.50; Best B Flat Comet, S3); Solo E Flat Alto Trombone, 320 Sent C. O. D., with pi of trial. No publicity: residents of any DIVORCES Non-Support. Advice and applications for stamp. V. H. LEE, Att'y, 231) B'way. N. Y. send for our Select Llt ot Local New.soapers. Geo. P. Rowell & Co., 10, Spruce sticet., N. Y. STUART'S FEMALE COLLEGKE opens Its annual Sjsslon Sept. tt, I'iS. PeiNuus liavlui: daimhters to eiiucate will do well to examine Its catalogue befoie selecting a school. ADVANTAGEOUS ; LOCA-TION HEALTHFUL; ThRMS MODERATE. For catalomie nddies XV. II. STEWART, Principal, JyOdifcwSm Shelbyvllle, Ky. M C T F. L. TRAYSER, :Denler lu PIANOS I ORGANS. ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED ! PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED! Front Street, Maysville. LAND FOR SALK sell at a reasonable price, a smnll IWII.L twenty-five acres of wood land in Lewis county, now accupled by H. P. Adams between the forks of Cabin Creek, nud a few miles from Tollesboro. Applvtomein Maysville or to StanKiM A Larow, my lawyers. Jy6d2w ELIZABETH M.J. ADAMS. A.X 1 M. F.RIDDICK will sell nt deuce 011 Second street, her school aud Household Furniture, privately, Slonday, and the balance at public auction on Tut'iday, July loth, at teu o'clock n. 111. tine 17. S.Typograiihlcal Map, Black Board-, etc., Piano, 7 1 yanN ot Brussels Carpet, Parlor Set, htoves. Chairs, Table, Bod-stead-., etc. Parties wishing to puichuseare Invited to call. Pjugglps Qamp Meeting. rpHE Eleventh Session of this Camp Meet-1 lug will begin August Dili. Theie will be pre-tint dnrliiu the meeting Di. Stevenson, of Augusta Coleglate Institute; Rov. BIdwell Lane, C.J. Howes nnd s. G. Pollaid, of Covington ; Rov. Tlios. Hanfoid, A. M., of Saulls Rev. John IX. Eul, of Augusta, and many other inlnKters of the Covington and DMilct. AKo Dr. Joyce, of Cincinnati, ami other dUiingulshed ministers Horn abroad. Bids Will be Received for tho pilvllesoofthoconfectloiiery, stabling and baggage tents, up to the UOfli of July. The sale ot tobacco and clgais is piohlblted on tho Sabbath. cottages, 12 x 20 loot, neat and comfortable, will bo routed for tho term of tho meeting at SO each, for which apply lo I. M. Lane, of Maysville; Dr. Win. Bowman, of Tolloboro; or H. C. Northcott, Vancoburg, Ky. Tho Board ol Directors will decide upon bids received at tho Camp Grounds July 20th, at 2 o'clock p. m. Theio will bo DAILY CONVEYANCE connecting with tho Morning Mall aud other morning boats and Kentucky Central Railroad trom Maysville to tho Camp Grounds. DR. Wftl. BOWMAN, Seo'y, Tollesboro. MATT TOLLE.Pies., Sand Hill, Ky. July 2nd, 18S3.