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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY EVE., JULY 21, 1883.
OUR AGENTS. -The following persons
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Lkwisiiuho W. T. Berry,
MlNKKVA V. H. Hawe.
Helena. It. M. llnnlson.
J. A Jnckon.
Mt. Gilead-.T. s. H trains.
TUCKAIWE. W. L. Holton.
Slack's P. O. M. V. Moran.
ELIZAYILLK W. II. Stewait.
GEIIMANTOWN Klgdoil A Bro.
T. Kni.ro w.
Mt. Cahmel T. A.Hendeisou.
Feiin Leaf Hiirrv Buruovne
Mrjm'Hisvii.LE. W. T. Tomlln.
FOIIMAN'H SlMtlNOS. M. HllWley.
Washington Miss Anna Thomas.
Johnson Junction. Scruggs A Hro.
IIillsuouo. Kev. W. II. Barksdale.
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Bulletin. Advertisers nre Invited to call
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inluii that our raies lor advertising nre the
Alp Burnet has gone to England.
Mrts. Langthy will sail for Europe on
The Indiana State board will consider
measures for preventing a cholera visitation.
The cattle diive this season in the
southwest is expected to reach 1,000,000
The Secretary of War has been asked
by Gen. Du!:e to permit the use of tents
from the Jeffersonville army depot at
the Morgan Reunion.
The Surgeon General has been notified
that the ship Buteshine, from Vera Cruz,
has arrived at New Orleans with six
cases of vellow fever aboard.
Ex-Senator Tabor is losing money rapidly,
and the prediction is that in five
years he will he as poor as ho was when
ho went across the plains in a wagon.
At Lexington, Ky., Pepper, a distiller,
was fined $20 and costs for assault on
Auditor's Agent Harrison, growing out
of a dispute over the State whisky tux.
Harrison was dismissed.
The Philadelphia Ledger says : Trade
dollars are quoted in this city at SGi and
87 cent?. In New York SO cents is the
best offer for them. The brokers' selling
price in both cities is nominal, there being
no demand for them.
DczENnonp has been made Chairman
of the Virginiii Republican Central Committee.
A resolution has been adopted
by the Committee condemning Arthur's
administration for following the beck of
Mahone, and declaring for Blaine for the
There is a report that the cholera has
aieared on the coast of Austria. In
Cairo the number of daily deaths has
risen to sixty-eight. In London measures
of precaution are enjoined against
the introduction of the disease into the
Wholesale prices of matches have declined
from $1.50 to 7o cents per gross,
owing to the removal of the stamp duty.
"Parlor" niatches sell for more money,
but thoro is a sharp decline in all grades,
and matches which sold for letail for 15
and 20 cents per box, can now be obtained
for five cents in borne places.
The signal of the Biotherhood of Tel
egraphers sent out from New York, di-
lecting the strike was, "Gen. Grant
dropped dead." On its reception every
member of the Biotherhood left his
key, and the stiiko was begun. The Associated
Pi oss sent out later on explanatory
dispatch announcing that the General
was all right.
A despatch from Ashland says : The
Independent to-morrow will leitenlto its
statement of last week, that William
Neal wroto a letter to his mother, requesting
her piesenco at Lexington, and,
but for Mrs. Neal's ill health and novelty,
she would have complied with the
request. The lady showed the letter to
several of her neighbors, which said ho
(Noal) had important matters to communicate
to hor. There is an impression
hero also that Neal will withdraw his
ploa of not guilty when his trial occurs,
ontor a plea of guilty and throw himself
upon the mercy of tho court. There nro
good reasons for beliovirtg that some
startling developments may be oxpected
in tho case within a few weeks.
WHAT I'D DO FOB HER.
I'd swear for hor
I'd tear for her
Tho Lord knows what I'd bear for her ;
I'd lie for hor
I'd sigh for her
I'd drink tho Ohio river dry for hof J
I'd cuss for her
Do for her
I'd kick up u thundering muss for her r
I'd weep for hor
I'd leap for hor
I'd go without any sleep lor her ;
I'd fight for her
I'd bite for her
I'd walk the streets all night for her;
I'd plead for her
I'd bleed for her
I'd do without out my teed for her ;
I'd boot for hor
I'd shoot for het
A rival who'd come to suit for hor ;
I'd kneel for hei
I'd ste il for her
Such is the lovo I feel lor her ;
I'd swim against the wind' nud tldo for her;
I'd try for her '
I'd cry lor hor
But hnng mo If I'd dlo lor hei
Or any other woman.
Miss Mary If. Clieesniun has tcturned lrom
n delightful visit at Mlv Com Fulton's.
MKs Ella Ridge way, n most popular young
lady, ol Hlploy, O., Is visiting .Mrs. Dr. B. G.
Main street business men'aro having somo
necessary ltnpioveinents douo liitholnjlug
of now side walks.
That suburban blonde and brunotto never
falls to attrnct attention on tho boulevard,
when mounted on their beautiful steeds.
The Orpheus Club gave an open air concert
on tho boulevard several evenings ago. Wo
were not home, thereby losing u gteat treat.
The nubile nlwa.vs will booonosed to hav
ing women as preachers, but the mnjorlty of
nusoauus spetutiinm experience wnon tuoy
say that women take tho lead as lecturers.
They say a dead snako can bo brought to
life with u pint of whisky. You drink tho
whisky and look at the snake. It very often
causes them to seo mote than one live snake.
The singing nt tho Methodist Church continues
to bo an attinctlve leaturo in Urawlue
a number of gentlemen to chinch. There
must always be some bait held out as an Inducement
for their appeiuance.
Mrs H says she always believes In help
ing In every chatltablo cause, but her husband
always refuses to glvo towaids such
purposes, on tho ploj, "chaiitv begin at
home." And If we are not mistaken, generally
Ho headed It: ' .uy deor," and that endearing
lovo letter tecolved a speedy response. Mr.
Huntor.you are mistaken If you think deers
rove these woods. No doubt it was Intended
asacompllmoiit to resemble a deer, but she
didn't fancy tho Implied comparison of resembling
an nulmal, even if It was a deor.
A respectable looking, talkative witness In
a New York court of Justice declared that he
was acquainted wltn all classes of men,
from lawyers up to the most respectable citizens.
Wo nro not sut prlspd that ho had such
a high opinion of lawyers when they work
so haul to make ouo believe black Is white,
so when a follow goes at the back ot you to
shoot you In the head, they plead it Is that
A good Idea to do llkowlse .Two young ladies
weio taking a rural ramble, when one
exclaimed "Oh, my, there is n snake, and
you walked right over it. Do kill It, then
you will conquer your enemies." " Ah, no,"
she replied, ' lot It llvo.aud eujoy the sun. I
always step over my enemies in Hie as 1
would a snake. Silent contemnt Is as useful
a wenpon, and can glvo as deadly a blow as
Wo heard of a young lady who wns In the
habit of dressing principally in black mid
white, who, when asked by a Jollv editor.
" Why do you wear those colors? You look
as If you was In mourning," replied : " I am
In mourning tor a wweetheait who never appeared."
Mile certainly hud a truer cause lor
mourning his than If he
had appealed and dleit. " It Is better to have
loved and lost, than never to have loved at
Life oi I om. Thumb.
The deceased was born at Bridgeport,
Conn., January 3, 1S37. At the age of
five years he was not two feet hinh and
weighed less than sixteen pounds, and
hejiod grown but very littlo in three or
four years. He had fine talents, and was
remarkable for agility and symmetry,
while his lively sense of the "ludicrous
gave him excellent success in performances
suited to his character. In 1842 he
was exhibited in New York, his ago
being eleven years. At tho age of fourteen
he entered tho service of P. T.
and bos ever since been before the
public. In 1847 ho visited England, and
was several times exhibited to the Queen
and court at Buckingham PaVace; he nko
cave leveesjand was invited to parties
riven bv the nobility. In Paris ho wps
siccessful, and gained applause as an
actor. He returned to the united States
in 1847, and was exhibited in tho principal
cities of this country and in Havana.
Ten years later ho again visited
England. In 1803 he was married to
Lavinia Warren, also a dwarf, who was
born at Middleborongh, Mass, in 1812,
and had been placed on exhibition in
1802. Since their mairiugo tho couple
had traveled extensively in tho United
States and Europe.
Prince Krnpotkin, despite imprisonment
and weak health, lias begun an
I'labor.ite work op Finland.
It is noticed that John Biiht's speeches
are marked by two pleasant featutes
frequent allusions to children and
quotations from English poets,
especially By ion and Milton.
It is claimed that Ex-Senator T3ruco is
the wealthiest colored man in tins
try. Among other possessions ho owns
two large plantations in Mississippi
worth moro than $100,000 each.
Colonel Ed. Richardson, of Georgia,
probably tho largest cotton plantor in
tho world, has an excellent crop this
year. Ilo has about seventeen thousand
acres in cotton, and if there is an
season will ship 15,000 bales.
Poach(l egps and toast: Pour somo
boiling water into a frying pan ; then
brenk tho oinjinto a saucer vory carefully,
and slido it off into tho hot water. Tho
water must not bo boiling hard, or tho
egjjs would fly in pieces. Tho water
rauBt be boiling hot to begin with, but
afterwards merely siuimor until tho
white is cooked so that no limpid part
remains; thon tho yolk will bo
dono. Toast and butter somo evenly-cut
slices of bread, and lay thorn on a
plate; thon with a skimmer carofully
lift out tho eggs, and place ono on each
piece of toast. Boston Post.
The following nre anions' the leading
Business Establishments of Maysvllle. Customers
will find these houses reliable and occupying
n commanding position In their respective
A HURRIES A SON,
Locksmiths and Ball-Hangers.
Are prepared to put up Electric House Jlolls
which nte not exposed In tho room like tho
old style. Prices low. Call and seo samples.
SocondStreet, myU MAYSVILLE, KYJ
A O. BROWNING, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office and residence south-east corner of
Thlid and Button streets. Will slvo special
attention to diseases peculiar to females.
A FINCH t CO.,
GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP.
Oor. Third and Sutton Streets,
mchSOly MAYSVILLE, KY.
A 91. ROGERS,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
11 E. Sec. St, nichUOly MAYSVILLE, KY,
BOOT km SHOE STORE,
Custom woik a specialty. Large stock. All
kinds at lowest prices.
No. -17, Market streo ,two doors uelow D. A.
Klchnrdsou ifc Co.'s giocery.
atdiwly MAYSVILLE, KY.
TUJtGESS A NOI'IN,
Dealers lu Staploand Fancy
No. 3. Enterprise lllock, Second Street,
aplrfdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Becond street, next door to Dr. Martin's
aplOdly MAYSVILLE. KY.
p ROUERT DAWSON de CO..
CIGARS and CONFECTIONERY.
ICECREAM A SPECIALTY.
FRESH ROLLS AND CAKES EVEUY DAY.
Second Streot, EAST MAYSVILLE.
p 8. MINER fc BRO,
Boots, Shoes, Leather
No. 1, Second, oor. Suttou streets.
tuchSldly ' MAYSVILLE, KY.
D It. T.H.N. SMITH,
Will devote his whole time to the preservation
of the untural teeth. Dr. C. W. VVaidlo
will take charge ol all tho mechanical work,
Such as Kold, silver, continuous gum, celluloid
and rubber platen. mchSldly
G1GNEW V ALLEN,
STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE,
mantels, etc. Sole agonts for the celebrated
Omaha and stoves. Roofing and
promptly and satisfactorily done. Corner
ot Mai Iceland Thlid streets, A. R. Glascock's
old stand. npllCdlw
Proprietor of the celebrated biands: Hold
tho Fort, Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard.
Best cigars In the market. Full variety of
Second stieet. ally MAYSVILLE. KY.
El II. TRAXEIi,
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ice cream parlors open for the season. Absolutely
pure candles. Fresh bread of all
kinds. Furnishing weddings and parties a
specialty. Pilcos low.
p M. WILLIAMS,
Contractor and Builder.
Plans and Specifications furnished and
all work promptly and satisfactorily done.
Shop on second street, opposite High school.
aplOdly MAYSVILLE, KY'.
Pineapple Hams. Home-made east Cakes.
nay30dly SECOND STREET.
p S. JUUD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Real Entitle mill Collecting AKeney.
CouitSt., (ap!2dly) MAYSVILLE, KY.
p EO. COX A SON,
Dealers lu Staple and Fancy
mch3lly MAYSVILLE, KY.
a OLT RICH ESONJ
Dealer lu Staple nud Fancy-
s nr -x pen" "T3 "TTT'Q.
vj Ju v-J Kj XL tj JLJLlik!5,
has REMOVED from his old stand to the
building on Second stieet lately occupied by
Chailei H. Frauk. aplldly
-Every now shade In
Crushed Strawbeiry, Eloctrlo Blue, Egyptian
etc., and new to match.
Second St., mcli3lly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Daily FISH Market.
Rlvor, Lako nnd salt water nsh. Prices reduced
this day to 8 and 1U cents a pound.
Market street, al8 MAYSVILLE, KY,
TOIIN 11, I'OYNTZ, JR.,
Oldest and best Companies. Insures for
full vnlue. Low rates. Losses promptly paid.
No dlscouuts No delays. Olllco comer Third
aud Alarkot streets. aplOdly
TAS. H. 8AI.LKK, CLARENCE L. 8ALLKK"
Sallee A Bailee,
ATTORZf KTN AT LAW V
INSURANCE and REAL E3TATE AGENTS,
Court Street, (seplBdly) &1AY8VILLE, KY
WALTHAM WATCH STORE.
Headquarters for Clocks, Sliver Goods, Jewelry
etc. All work promptly and satisfactorily
done. Second 8t.( East of Market. apl7
T W. SPARKS 1JRO.,
No. 2, MARKET STREET.
NEW CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
nnd Window Shades. Good Carpets at 30. ,
10, -15, &), 60, Ho, 70, 75. nud 90 cts., 81.00 an I 81.2o
per yard. mch31dly
(Successors to Thomas Jackson,)
Livery, Sale and Feed Stables
Street rlaok orders piomptly attended to at
all times. Finest and latest style Turnouts.
Hotses bought andsoldou Commission. Market
St. four doots below Central Hotel. nl2j
TOIIN T. FLEMING.
Repiesents the Lnuilou nuil Liverpool nnd
Globe. German Amet lean, of New York, nnd
Piicuix, ot lliooklyn. aUo ni?ent lor Hlue
Lick Water. Oiliue cornet of Fioiit nnd Sutton
Manufacturer and dealer lu hand, pocket
STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS
Dates &c. Gnus, Pistols, Tiunks, Valises and
Hewing Machines tepitlred. Tmmpetsput up
bells hung, and keys made to older. Stencil
cutting a specialty.
Second St., apl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
r ACOR LINN,
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ice cream and soda water. Fresh bread
and cakes. Paitles and weddings turiilshed
on short notice.
Si Second at., may3dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
T W. UALDRA1T1I,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Real Estate nuil Collecting; Agency.
Third stieet, near Couit house.
mylOly MAYSVILLE. KY.
r ANE fc WORRICK,
Contractors, Architects, Builders.
Plans and specifications furnished an reasonable
terms and all work satisfactorily aud
promptly done. Otllce ou Third street, between
wall and Suttou. npllldly
Wholesale aud Retail
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
Second Street, (mh'JSly) MAYSVILLE, KY.
TIRS LOU 1'OWLING,
Latestsprlng styles of Hats. Bonnets, Ribbons,
Flowersnnd Milllneiy Goods generally.
Entire satisfaction cuarauteed lu nil cases.
Second, opposite Opera House.
VTRS. F, H. COLLINS,
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING.
Latest styles of Hits, Bonnets, Laces nnd
Millinery J.otlons.Pilces low. Second street.
Mis. George Burrows' old stand. apllfMly
CDOUMLC & HOI-TON,
5,000 STANDARD PRINTS
at5 cents Job lot ofseasonablegoodsjust received,
Prints, Lawns, Ginghams, Parasols
aud Fans at bottom pilces. aplttdly
VTISS .1IATTIE CARR,
Second street, January '3 Stock.
Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces,
Feathers, Trimmings etc., of the latest styles.
Prices Low, rncnaiuiy
ATrORNEY AT LAW,
Justice of tUtt Pence,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
Will advertise and sell real estate. No charges
whatever unless a sale Is consummated.
Deeds, mortgages &c. written at rates as low as
any one's. Otllce Library Building, Sutton
FURNISHING GOODS nnd
Hats, Caps, Trunks aud Valises. Tho latest
spring stylesjust lecelved.
Market St., aplGdly MAYSVILLE, KY'.
VTRS. A. J. WILLIAMS.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will bo sold CHEAP for tho next thlity days,
Call and seo them.
mcliMly iS'o. 29, East Second Street.
VptS. M. ARCHDEACON,
(Formerly Miss Maygle Rasp.)
has Just received a full supply of all of the
latest styles In Mllllnety Goods. Hats, Bon-nets.
Laces. Trimmings nnd all seasonable
novelties. Tho ladles me lnviteil to call
Maiket stieet, uU31y MAYSVILLE.
TITRS. MARY E. THOMAS,
Millinery and Notions,
Announces that she has Just received her
spilnii stock, which will be found veiy attractive
and that she has also wowed the services
of an accomplished tilmmor from Clu
clnnatl. Ono price only.
13 E. Second St., uOdly MAY'SVILLE, KY.
DAULTON & BRO.,
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full Hue of all kinds of vehicles on hand
for salo, hire or exchange. Horsos kept by
day, week or month. Largest and best appointed
Livery Stable In the west. Prices ns
low ns any. Dost attention1 to vehicles stoted.
Telephone counectton. No. 40 and 42 west
Second St., npHdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
"WENS A MARKLEY,
Nos.67and 50 Second aud 16 Sutton streets,
have Just rocolved a largo stock of improved
VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS,
the createst labor-saving Implement ever offered
to farmers. The best tobacco hoes and
tobacco barn hardware of all kinds. ap!16
BISSET, McCLANAHAN L SHEA,
(Successors to Cooper Blsset,
Dealers In 8te ves, RftMfre, Mnrfelelsed
Mantel, and manufacturer of Tin,
Copper and Sheet Iron Ware.
Special attention paid to tin rootling, gutter
and spoutlug. Practical plntnbern, gas and
steam fitters. Wrought Iron and lead pipes,
Ac. All work attended to promptly and
23 E. Second St., a9dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
DAUL D. ANDERSON,
A'o. 21 Market St. , nearly opp. Central Hotel,
Office Open at all Hours. MAYSVILLE, KY
f A, MEANN,
Full lino of Burial Hobes nud all ai tides requited
by the undertaking trade. Orders
piomptly attended to day or night.
nrioly A'o. 01, Eart Second Street,
QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE,
Glass. Cutlery. Notions, etc No. -15 Market
Stieet. East side, between Second and Thlid,
O J. RAUGIIERTY, 4
No. 0, West Second Street.
Monuments, Tnblets nnd Headstones always
on hnnd. Oideis by mail will lecelvo
the same piompt attention as If dellveied In
C R. OLDHAM,
Sanitary Engineer. Gas and Steam-Utter.
Denlei1 In plumber's goods, Pumps, Hoo,
hewer Pipes, Lead and lion Piping, Steam
and Wnter Gauges. No. H west Second street,
opposite Gelbel's gioceiy,
npl'dly MAY'SVILLE, KY.
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work promptly aud satisfactorily done.
Tetms reasonable. Front street, between
Market aud Sutton. npllOdly
Manufacturer and originator of the cele
brated brands of
Sliver Dollar, Wm. Hunt's Dnrk Horse, Happy
Smoke, Three Beauties, Cordwood nud
Gold Slugs. Second Street. Maysvllle, Ky.
llflllTE fc OUT.
We will not be undersold by auy house In
Kentucky or nt Cincinnati, It we nave half a
mchjJldly. MA YSVILLE, KY.
TIT D. MATHEWS A CO..
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Building and Dressed Lumber,
Laths, Shlugles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash,
Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac.
nicn3uly MAYSVILLE, KY.
y W. I7YNCH,
Manufacturer of and Denier in
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladles' ami chlldien's fine shoes a specialty
Custom woik made to order. Repairing neatly
and piomptly done nt moderate charges.
No. -il Market steetUEast side.
ally MAYSVILLE, KY
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES.
Vehicles of all kiuds, good stock and eareful
drivers. Horses kept by the day, or week on
reasonable terms. Second st., between Market
Windhorst & Blum,
FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have received their Summer Stock of Imported
nnd Domestic Goods of the latest styles,
prices reasonable and work the best. au'Jly
Inra prepared to paint Buggies and
ull kinds on more reasonable tonus
than any other painter In tho city will offer.
I guarautee my work to be flist class. Leave
orders at Ball, Mitchell & Co.'s.
eiTMUOGIES FAINTED FOR 810.-SV
Jyld3m C. H. DEAL.
Is pleasant to take and will euro auy case of
Catairh. For sale by
Jyld&wJm GEORGE T. WOOD.
Before INSURING YOUR LIFE
Sayings Fund Plan
jfe Assurance Society
lustend of stocks, bonds or oth
er securities or depositing lu Savings Rauks
EXAMINE THIS PLAN
of Insurance, which notlouly yields a return
as an Investment, but gives Immediate Indemnity
lu case of death,
JOS. F. BROBBiXCK,
Second Street, MAYSVILLE, KY.