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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY -EVE., AUGUST 31, 1883. BOSSEB & MoOABTHY, Publishers and Proprietors, To Whom Address Au Communications The other day wo felt Impelled To freo confr ssslou make, Thnt when our girls got Jerseys ou They simply tako the Ciike. But now our beat I'd nil broken np, On tenter hooks It hangs, Hccanso we've seen some pretty girls With cute three-story bangs. Bulgiir's father spent some time with him yesterday nt tho jail. PnoaiiAMMES of the Maysville, Paris niul Germantown fairs can he had nt this office. Tub street ears carried twelve hundred passengers yesterday. That is good work for three cars. t Ri:v. M. D. Ri:ykolds will take for his subject Sunday morning, "Tho Ministry of Human Suffering." Dn. Bash. 0. Duke, who has been ill for many months, died at his home in Mayslick yesterday afternoon at one o'clock. The funeral will take pluco this afternoon at four o'clock. The Southern Presbyterian congregation will hold BeVvices in tho Presbyterian Church, on Third street, Sunday morning, conducted by Rev. S. II. Ches ter. Subject: '"The Resurrection of the Body." " bungs " is the latest stylo of wearing the hair in vogue among tho young ladies of this city. To have the hair properly cut in that stylo the ladies say it is necessary that it should bo done by n barber. The case of John Crawford, charged with an assault upon Miss Eliza Jackson, was called before Magistrates Marsh and Grant this morning, and was dismissed on account of tho failuro of the principal witness to appear. Mr. En. Dillon, of this city, who has been for several months past connected with tho house of J. M. Putter, of Cincinnati, has accepted a position in tho establishment of C. It. Mabloy & Co., of that city. Ho loft to enter upon his duties yesterday. The outlook now is that tho neighboring towns which havo'heretofore obtained their supplies of ice from Covington and Cincinnati, will bo furnished by the factory lately established in this city." Inquiries have already been received Irorn many of them. Mn. S. Salomon, having successfully inaugurated his electric light enterprise in Maysvillo. left to-day for Paris, for tho purpose of organizing a company for the manufacture of ice in that city. He will return about tho 5th of September to finish up what work remains to be done hero in. connectian with electric light business. A union servico will bo held at the Presbyterian Church Sunday night in tho interest of tho State Sunday School Union and of tho Sunday school work generally. Short addresses will be delivered by tho following brothron . Elder A. N. Gilbert, Rev. S. B. Alderson and Row M. D. Reynolds. Rev. S. H. Chester will preside over the meeting. The Mnysvlllo fair Is going to bo n grand success this year. President Watson and Hecretary Koiion woro at Cynthlnna fair lust week, and nro at Lexington this week look-1 ig after stock for exhibition, and otherwise pushing tho Interests of their association. Carlisle .Mercury. It is going to bo a puccess if tho most liberal premiums over offered and attractions nevor before presented can make it so. Tho managers have been untiring in their work, and tho prospects now are that it is going to bo tho best fair in tho State this season. The scaffold on which Bulger will hang is to bo put togother in tho jail yard ejther on Saturday afternoon or Monday. It was brought from Lexington and is tho samo on which Timberlake, tho colored rapist, was hanged something over a month ago. Tho platform on which Bulger will stand is twelve feet long, ton feet wido, and is eight feet above tho ground. Tho trap is in tho center and tho rope is attached to a frame work above. Tlio drop will bo about seven feet. Tho rope that will bo used on tho occasion was made by Vonderheid, of Covington, and was received several days ago by Sheriff Jefforson. It is of great strength and cost ten dollars. Bulger will bo taken on Tuesday morning into ono of tho colls in the second story of tho jail and will there bo prepared for his execution. "When tho timo fixed arrives ho will stop from his coll to tho platform in tho rear of tho jail, aud from there to tho scaffold which will bo on a lovol with it. Bulger seoms to bo reconciled to his fate, and it is believed will havo very little to say at tho last mo ment. Household Hints. A good rule to use in making currant jelly is to put ono pound of granulated sugar to ono pint of juico. A pretty loungo quilt is rnado of blue silesia. Tuft and Saxon yarn, with a thread of yellow worsted in the center. Tho design of tuft is a small water lily, though it must bo confessed it doesn't look much liko it. An elegant panel for a screen is of black velvet with peacocks' feather embroidered on it. If tired of flowors and the ordinary applique work, this will bo a particularly pleasing design, and it is handsome if done on felt for the ends of a table scarf. A decorative articlo may bo made in various ways is shaped liko the genuine George Washington hatchet ; it should be ol seasoned white wood, and may bo covered with plush, velvet or satin ; it may bo painted or embroidered upon, or it may servo as a frame for a hollywood panel. Corn fritters, or " oysters, as some humbug loving cooky call them, aro now in season. To six ears of grated corn add ono well beaten egg, a little salt and a teaspoonful of sweet milk, with enough flour to mako a stiff batter. Drop in hot lard and fry a delicate brown. Since fans still become as popular as fan decorations, they can be made at homo at small expense. For foundation gut tho cheap figured paper fans, paint or gild tho handles and cover the fan with silk, satin or any othor handsome material. Theso may be decorated with ribbon of Kingston embroidery. Fruit cake for a wedding or largo party can bo made some weeks, and even months, before using, and will improve with ago if it is taken care of. Last year tho fruit cake for a December wedding was made in September, and was especially and noticeably nice. Three times that would bo about once a month brandy was poured over it, a small quantity of course, and it was allowed to absorb it. PERGONALS. Miss Anna Grant has returned home after a pleasant visit to the family of W. H. Homer, of Newport, Ky. Mrs. II. Duke Watson and her sisler, Mrs. Alice It. Dallas nnd Mrs. Amanda Watson, have been spei.dingthe past ten days at the Blue Lick Springs. The Ashland Independent says: Miss Bessie Wads worth, of Maysvillo, who has been visiting tho family of Mr. John Means, left for a visit to friends in to-day. Tho Bulletin has received a card announcing tho wedding, at San Antonio, Texas, on the 4th of September, of Miss Heslop Beckwith Armstead, of that place, to Mr. Charles E. Calvert, formerly of this city. Miss Helen Duval Robinson, of Wash ington City, with her cousin, Mr. J. B. Hutton, of Indianapolis, who havo been visiting tho familv of Mr. W. 0. Hut- ton, on Tuckahoe Ridge for a few days, left Thursday noon for their respective homes. Military Notice. Tho members of tho Emmet Rifles aro notified to meet at their Armory this evening at 7:30 o'clqck for tho purpose of electing a Second Lieutenant, and for tho consideration of other business. A full attendance is desired. E. W. Fitzgerald, Captain. Trips Extended. During the low water tho steamer G. W. Thompson will extend her trips to Portsmouth, leaving Maysvillo at 12"30 p. in. each day, and returning leaves Portsmouth at midnight. For freight or passage apply on board. n20dlw The following sjtecial order concerning tho election of a Major of tho First Battalion has been recived by Capt. Fitzgerald. llKADGUUTKiis Second Regiment, ) K. S. G., Aug. 30, lbS3.j" Special Older. No ono having recolved a majority of tho votes of each comoany on tho first ballot for Major of the Fiist battalion, Second Hegl. meat, K, b. G., hold Tuesday night, August 2rith, tho commissioned ollleors of each of the companies composing said liattallou will assemble at their respective armories on Friday, Augustai, 1SS), and proceed to the election of a Major ol said Battalion, and repot t their action Immediately to them headquarters, llyoidor. John U. Allen, Colonel Commanding Second Keg. K. S. G. As tho Bulletin predicted, tho matter has been roforred to tho commissioned oflicers of tho command, notwithstanding tho fact that Captain Fitzgorald was fairly elected to tho position, tho vote being as follows : Johnsou. Fltz. Lexington 30 0 Mavsvllle 1 51 Nuckols 3 211 McUieary, 2U (I Total 61 Johnson's vote, 54 Fitzgerald's majority 35 Tho Emmet Rifles will hold no dec tion this evening, as directed by tho order, and tho matter will thcroforo go to tho. Adjutant General of tho State for settlement. Malarial poiso.i can bo entirely re moved from tho system by tho use of Ayor's Ague Cure, which contains a sure specific, in tho form of a vcgetablo product, used in no othor remedy. OITY Advertisements Inserted under this heading lOo per Hue for each lnsortlon. Try Langdon's City Butter Crackeis. Mosquito bars ready-made and made to otder at Hunt & Doyle's. Ladies' and children's Jerseys, all colors and sizes, at Hunt & Doyle's. Dark ground lawns, yard wido, worth 12Jc, per yard, foroc, at Hunt & Doyle's. ' A usnrui. present given away to those that buy their school books of J. C. n30d3t Go to J. C. Pecor & Co. for your school books and school supplies, and get a useful present free. nJJOdot Wall Paper Received at Morrison & Kackley's to-day. A largo and attractive lino for the fall trade at greatly reduced prices. Call and see them. For the prompt and certain cure of erysipelas, use Ayer's HaMapurill.i, w Inch is the specific endorsed by the most eminent medical authorities. Morrison & Kackley will cover all school bonks free with Holden's patent book cover, and give nn interesting present to all those buying their school bookn of them. uJJOdlw Kiifkley's (Jnllcry. Bring on the babies for thirty days', and I will make all photos at the old price, by the celebrated process as quick as liizhtniii'.;. The renowned Prof. Gtegory will as operator. , aSOdlw ' Italllo. A fine edition Collier's Encyclopia of commercial and social infoi million, quarto, cloth, stamped in black and gold, to be raffled at cents a eh mo at Hairy Taylor's Stationery fctore. street. Tin: best medical authorities acknowledge the great value of Ayer's Cathartic Pills, and frequently tlicir use with the utmost confidence, wtdl knowing that they are the most effectual remedy ever I fur iicae. ran ed h derangements ot tile btoinaeh, liver and bowels. Men's and boys' canvas button and front lace shoes, cheap. Misses 75 cents. Lidies opera slippers, Si. Men's sewed calf bals and congress gaiters, London toe, $1.(30, and a large stock of boots and shoes at prices to suit any one. Call and investigate at augldtf C. S. Miner & Biro's. Sewing Machine .Motors. The ladies are invited to call and see a sewing machine in operation, propelled by water power, furnishe 1 by Todd's motor. It is inexpensive and every lady should have one. T. J. Cl'KLKV, a2Sd2v Second street, near Market. There are several reasons why the Equitable lifo takes the lead of all others doing business in the United Slates. One reason is tho promptness with which losses are paid, the society not taking the usual sixty to ninety days time. This is the rule and not an exception. Below is a sample. Any person desiring life insurance would do well to apply to Jos. F. Brodrick, Agent, Maysville, Ky.: Nkw Youk, July 31, iss.1. Mr. T.li. Penton, (Jeneral Agent Dear Sir: Accept our thanks for the piomptuess with which the Equitable Lifo Assurance Society has paid to the estate, without rebate, tho amount of Insurance upon the life of Joseph Keckendorfer, late of tills city, S50.I.00 Immediately on piesentatlon of the pQllcIo. O. A. Goldsmith, Kxecutor. William Stuauss, Executor. RETAIL MARKET. Corrected dally by G. Gkisel, grocer. street, Maysvillo, Ky. FLOUK. Limestone S 7 00 Maysvillo Family (i 25 Old Gold 7 Oil Mason County 'J 25 Kentucky Mills 0 iv Magnolia, now , 5 75 Mutter, 1)Ut 25(c3U Lurd.W 3 J2V, Eggs,doz 12 Meal 11 peck 20 Chickens 15025 Molasses, laucy "0 Coal Oil, gal 20 Sugar, granulated ty lb W3 " A.'tftb lu " yellow 11 tb 8(S.9 Comb Honey 15 Strained Honey V1K Hams, sugar cured liMb Hi Uncou, breakfast ) lb 15 Hominy, tfl gallon J5 Beans ) gallon iu Potatoes' peck, new 15 Oollee... 12r15 W4.1TTS. Twenty children to form a WANTi: depattment in Mls Park's school, under tho bupervlston of MlssSalllo H a. a2Sdlw the agency In this city tor the Cincinnati and Loulsvlllo dally papers. A rare chance to mako 11 good Income. Ilcasou for selling dosiro to change business. For terms apply to a25dllw CHARLES WALZ. situation as cleric in a store. Best of retorences given. " Advoitlsor," euro Uullktin olllce. a2ldlw ront a farm to raise or will ralso tobacco ou shares. The best of refercuco given. PERRY GRAYMLL, n20d&w2w Mlneryu, Ky. A fow day boardors nnd lodgers. WANTED also furnish families with meals. Meals furnished to transient custom. v MRS. A. E. PERRIE. nl7d&w2w Cornor Third and Sutton. - - . FOR IlEW. ItKN I'-The dwelling house formerly Ij-OH 1 occupied by Dr. Adumsou. The house N In complete repair with water and gas through the building. Apply to nHdtf JAMES WHITE. FOPt MALE. feet ol hem-" ITMHt lock lumber, 2x1, '2x0, 'ixH, 2x10 mid 'Jxl2 Inches. Also boards 12, M, HI, Vi nnd 2 leut long, cheap. HOL DAY & MCDONALD, uWdlw O. farm of th lily-three IjiOK ? and ono halt acres on the Fleming pike, six miles from Muysvillc. Good dwelling, stable, corn cilb, biwgy and wagon house, small oicluud aud nnver lulling well mid spilntr. Add i ess JOHN GHAYLISH, n2Sdifcw2vv Xorth Fork, Ky. 1?OKNAI.i: Two first class Aldorney guide ; milch cows, onuof them im-a cilf thiee weeks old. Applv for a short lime to uHldlw lilt. W. H. McGRANAGHAN. 1701c NAI.l' Itcady made moMinllo bars. V cheap, at J. V. SPARKS it HKO.'S., u2ld2w No. 21 Mm ket street lMK 1 en bosom and eulN. Reinforced lionts, leduct'd Irom 73o to cUc each. Guuiantced to be Ihe best, shirt ever oilered In this market lor Sue. J. w. HP AUKS & liliu., n2.Jd2w No. 21 Market street. IOU NAM' A good DonuMlc sewlm: chine. Ii.nulreol J. J. McCaitlie.v. ol the v.t. Cuimel 'bus nn pi lee. II..U I 701c NAM' Vacant loisou pike. r Applv to ubldltn G.s..IlTDD. MXNT. Jom'Un Thuisday evening, between J. j J. WnudVi duu Mote and the corner o Limestone stieel on 'IMid, a to a a watch chut in. I'lense letuin t n3ldJt THIS OFFICE. rONT On Saturday, on .Second stuei, t n child's gold ring. Plea-e leitun to n2d.!t TIUHOFF'CE. LE&AL NOTICE. rpHOS. M. FOWLER, ot tliN county, having 1 made a deed ot alignment to the under Igued, lor the benelli 01 all hlscredltors they will piove and ille their iletu mds with tne as oou as practicable. August 21, lasl. 3;d2w GEO. MYALL. MADAM HALL, the gieat Flench nsttnlo and planet leader, can be consulted it Iter tooms at tlfo Hill House, corner ol Front aud Sutton slicct, troin Da. m. toll p. 11. Co saltation fee liirgeutlemaoSi and lor ladles i) cuts. M mIiimi Hall conn's well .ec ommemled aud guarantees satisfaction. nu2iuiw MEAT STORE. RC. KIRK has o)nued 11 dall.v tin at n kei di I irket stleet, ne.Vl iloor to R. H. .ind win ki'e,i all iciuilsDt ti.siiiu,.ai it lea onnb e pilce mid ulll dellvei It liianj pan mi 1 he city. Lull aud ste 1 e. uUdOm R. C. KIRK. FOB. SALE. BRICK Mouse, Contal ilng seven or eight mollis. In the city of daysville. Will -H c leapand dpouteiins tosuli pu. chasm. Cut on 01 iiildiess S. E. MITCHELL, M. D., u2dtf Sh.irpsOiirg, Ky. Carriages antT Buggies FOR S A.IiS. account of our dissolution, we otrer for ON sale 11 line lot ol new Iluggles ot out own make. We also have lor sale a lot ol secondhand liniouchcsnud Hugules. Wu Invite per ons who need iinvthlng In our Hue to call and ex unlno our stock. idld&wJm WILSON A- DIErUHCH. DISSOLUTION MOTICE. N'OTICE Is hereby clven, Hint the firm ol A' II E A T LEY A- CO. has this day been ills-solved by mutual consent, T. W. Wbeatley withdrawing. The firm name In the futuie will bo J. H. ROGERS A- CO., who will as. sumo all the liabilities, and collect nil debt duo the old linn. T. W. WHEATLEY JAMES H.ROGERS. August 1st, 188), uugSdlm LEftAL NOTICE. "ItpLW. HRINEY. of this county, having V matle n tleetl of assignment to the undersigned for the benelli of all his cieilltors, they will please provo ami tile their demands with the asslgueo us soon as practicable. uMdlm G. S. JUDD. Assignee. Esta'tolisih.eta. 1SS5. EQUITY GROCERY. Gi. W. GEISEJL, Su. 0,W. NccoihI St.,Opii.Oprit House, Frultsnnd Vegotnbleslu season. Your resppctfullv solicited. LYON&HEA lyS Stato & Monroe Sts.,Chlcan 3. Sa Ut Will 1. nil prpnl I to ny Umt thilr vvrrJf BAND UAILUUt, for lnJ, 1U1) !".. lu hi jra.lns, 1 "Sa of imtruiiwiiti. Miln, C-i, Ulu. m I'mniMjut, Fpanliu, li-Liui. i.n li. nrutil Ml! r'a s..,!rt. aul Mull. Snnilry Hii'il Outtiti, lirMlrt' d&ik Ut.Hli. ol'O Im lu.'n liiitru. tlon "! I Icrrlit for AmaU ir 1 iu,.., aud A ca;.v, of CbchtllaaJ .Vuitc. leblCil&wly A. R, GLftSCOCK & CO i! -Is tho best plnco to get baigalns In PRY siraiioNS9 EDIGATED WELL-WATER. A Spocific for Dyspepsia and Diseases of tho Kidneys. been used with most gratifying success HAS In many obstlnato cases. Prof, F. W.Clark, professor of Chemistry at the University ol Cincinnati sa s this water "belongs to the samo clnss with thnt of tho Alleghany Springs, ol Virginia," tho medicinal virtues of which aro too well known to bo stated hero. Those who deslro to try this famous water are referred to Captain C. W. Hoyd, Lovannu Ohio; Captoln O. M. Hollowny, Cinclunntl, Ohio; J, J. Ralpe, Cincinnati, Ohio. For sale lu half bunolB and jugs by GUS. SIMMONS, Proprietor, m23diwtf Aberdeen, Ohio. A CHEAP SALE ! AS A. R. HURGES HAS NOUGHT THE stock of Dry Goods o' Ilutgess & Ndlln, and will continue the business at the same stand, will close out the lollowlng goods regardless or cost : 5011 I'IKCESOF DRESS - GOODS At half their original cost. ALL WOOL EMPRESS CLOTHS In good shades for 25 cents i,cr yard. ALL WOOL KILLING JEAN5, extra heavy and good colors worth 50 cents, lor 35 cents per yiud. A huge lot of ;ooo NTyi.i: is DRESS GINGHAMS For 8' cents per yard. Also, a large lot of Splendid pilots tor 3 cents per yard. A lot 01 KlHiJONS, nice colon, at hull Regular in ale Klewv and Lisle LADIES' Will IE HOSE, worth 30 cents pel pair, for lu cent. MISE-' R KG IT LA R MADE WHITE COT-TON UOSK (or Id cents per nail. A No, MUses IloM" for 3 cents per pair. MEN'n SEAMLESS HALK HOSE, weight and wood eolois, tor 3 cent per pair. HATH TOWEL, laigf and heavy, tor 30 cent" pel pair. Just a lull xuppiy ol lames' axi i:xii.i:ni:Ns UNDERWEAR And PoineMles at coriesponding low (tiles. Mloxc' Uossimir CI culm , all .!.", il ; Liulle' (jovdiuor Cliculai, all sizes, SI 25. KIIJ (iLO 1CS at :5 cenlx jter pair. Fans at hall pi Ice, and many o'lier 111 tides too nutueioiisto uti'ntlon Call and examine the stnel; heiore purchasing. 1120.1II111 A. R. T. Lowry, :Denler In: FAHLY Teas, Qiivcn.sware. Cigars. Glassware, Tobaccos. Xolioits. Highest cash price paid for country pioduce. Jyl3 ill Corner Fourth aud Plum stieets. HERMANN LANCE (Sri -J MA c Hork WAKKAMKI). Number IS. Second stieet. three doois below Maiket Muysvllle, Ky. apllHdly PAU1 axkuss. DENTIST, Vo. 21 Market St. , nearly opp. Ce ilrat Hotel, Oj)ke Open nt all Hours. MA YS VILLE, KY in yl3!y.d. it. math i:ws A- CO., w. ManiMietureis and Deider.s lu Building and Dressed Lumber, Liths, shingles, blinds. Fi unit's. Doors, Sash, Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hosbeails, a-p uicn3ily MAYSVILLE, KY. vEtt I'lKJl, BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA, iSiifcessois to looper V Mlset, Uenlers in Sinvcs, ItnnupH, .llnrlilo izetl Mttiitt'l .Hiwl iiiiiniilni' liii'frs ol'S'lti, t oiK'r iiih1. .slit-el Iron Wnri. Special attention paid to tin motllim. gutter nutl spoiitiiiL'. Puu'ilcal iMUiubeis, mis nnd .team dtleis. Wiounht lion in d lead pipes, Ac. ll work alteiideil to piomptly and win ranted. .'3 E. Second si., a'Jdly MAYSVILLE. KY. Vegetable Sicilian HAIR RENEWER was the first preparation perfectly adapted to cure diseases of the scalp, and the first successful restorer of faded or gray hair to its natural color, growth, aud youthful beauty. It has had many Imitators, but none have so fully met all tho requirements needful for the proper treatment of tholmiraiiil scalp. Hall's IIaiu Rcxuwkii has steadily grown in favor, and spread Its fame and usefulness to every quarter of the globe. Its unparalleled success can be attributed to but ouo cause: the entire fulfilment of Us promises. The proprietors have often been surprised at tho receipt of orders from reinoto countries, whero they had never mado au eHort for Its Introduction. The uso for n short time of Hall's ILvin RuNuwnit wonderfully improves tho personal appearance. It cleanses the scalp from all impurities, cures nil humors, fever, and dryness, and thus prevents baldness. It stimulates tho weakened glands, and enables them to push forward a new and vigorous giow th. Tho effects of this articlo aro not transient, liko those of alcoholic preparations, but remain a long time, which makes its use a matter of economy. BUCKING-HAM'S DYE roit tiii: WHISKERS Will change tho board to a natural brown, or black, as desired. It produces a permanent color thnt will not wash away. Consisting of a sltiglo preparation, it is applied without trouble. PREPARED BY It. P. HALL & CO., Nashua, N.H. Sold by all Dealers in Medicines. FOR ALL THE FORMS OF Scrofulous, Mercurial, nnd lllood Disorders, tho best remedy, because tho most searching aud thorough blood-purifier, is Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Sold by all Druggists ; $1, six bottles, $5. J. SleVARTIIKY, Licensed Auctioneer J a lor Mason and atljoluing counties. left at the Bui.I.ktin olllco will recelvo I prompt attention. P. O. uddress Mt. Gunnel.