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THE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY EVENING, SEKT. 3, 1883. BOWSER Bb MoOARTHY, Publishers and Proprietors, To Wnoit ADDnBsa Am. Communications TO-DAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. J. M.Btockton House for sale. Lost-Gold bracelet. Tom. Sptirlook Excursion. Geo, 1. Howell A Co. Miscellaneous advertisements. JInrry Taylor School hooks, etc. G. A. McCnrthcyHerkshlre Hour. Johu Wheeler Fiesh oyster.1. Huron Heemun Exhibition. It. 0. Confesdou . No verse to-day; We pass It by, Hecause, for once, The well lsdrv. Notice. Tho Bulletin, to-morrow, will contain a full account of the execution of Samuel Bulger, n history of the crime he committed, his trial and conviction and an account of his life from childhood up. An extra number of tho paper will be sent to our agents in the country from whom it may bo obtained. It will be for sale by carriers on the street. Price one 2 8 cent. tJ Fat cattle are worth $5.73 at Lexing 7 ton. Go and see for yourself the lino of Seeman. A company is being formed nfc Ripley for tho purpose of manufacturing ice by machinery. Mn. Isaac Hoffman, of Lewisburg, has a cow .that gives eight gallons of milk at each milking. The attention of Bteamboatmen is called to a dangerous snag in tho river, opposite Wall street. m Mn. Bamioub Russell while getting off train Sunday moming.was unfortunate enough to sprain his arm by a fall. The Vance-burg Courier says that in tho absence of forest fires the crop of rattle snakes in Lewis county is immense. Mas. Eliza. 'McDaniel, of this city, has received, on account of her late husband's arrearages of pension, the sum of $3,7G0. The Concord ball club arrived th:s morning, and will meet the Maysvillo club this afternoon at Chester Park at two o'clock. The members of the Maysvslle Assembly will meet at nine o'clock to-night at tho First National Bank. Every one is requested to bo present. m Messhs. Egnew & Allen have just finished putting a tin roof on a fine large tobacco barn, for Dr. H. C. Morgan at his farm near this city. The work was well done. - m Mb. A. C. Simiar will begin in a few days tho erection of a lumdsomo two-story brick residence on his lot-in East Maysville. The carpenter work will be done by Messrs. Lane & Worrick. John G. Thompson and ex-Congressman John P. Leedom, of Ohio, are in "Washington looking after the position of Sargeant-at-Arms of the next House. Both are confident of getting a majority of tho Ohio delegation. - m TiiEromainsof Mr. John Dillon, formerly of this city, who died at Louisville on Friday morning at two o'clock, arrived by tho train to-day, and after services at St. Patrick's Church, wero interred at Washington. Theiie will ho a Mum " social at the residence of Mr. C. P. Shockley, of East Maysville, this evenimr, for the benefit of the Third Street M. E. Church. There will bo an abundance of refreshments. Everybody is invited. The handsome steamer Spurlock will leave this city on Wednesday, tho 5th inst., at 0 o'clock a. m., and arrive nt Cin- cinnati at 1 p. m., giving passengers nn opportunity to witness tho carnival procession. Seo advertisement. The front and other iron woi k of tho now tobacco warohouso on Front street will bo supplied by tho well-known firm of L. Schriber cc Sons, ot Cincinnati. Their representatives are in tho city today, propariug to begin tho work. Messrs. Windhorst & Blum, the well known merchant tailors are receiving their fall stock of domestic and imported cassimeres to which they invito public attention. Tho stock has boon selected with great caro and will bo found very attractive. Mil. Henry Maksii, of Charleston Bottom, has kindly sent to tho Bulletin, a specimen of the watermelon, which, without oxcoption, is tho finest wo have tasted this season and wo feol safe in Baying that no better has boon produced in this neighborhood this year. Tho Now Steamboat Company. Tho stockholders of tho Vunceburg, Manchester and Maysvillo Packet Company held their regular mooting at Vanceburgon Saturday, tho 1st Inst., and organized tho company. Tho capital stock was very fully represented at the meetilig and tho following oilicers of tho ompany were elected for the ensuing year : President David Gibson. Vice President II. O. Bruce. Secretary George W. Sulsor. Treasurer T. J, Henry. Superintendent II. M. Redden. The new steamboat of the compnny is now in process of construction by the Covington Marine Way Co., and will be flnihf(l and enter tho trade in place of the steamer Handy, November 1st. She will be n handsome, stylish, fust steamer, handsomely furnished, with every convenience and comfort that the traveling public and shippers may require. Tho fact that Commodore David Gibson and tho I'edden Brothers, old and experienced steamboat men, are connected with tho enterprise, will insure its success. The name of the new steamer, we learn, will be Daisy, and that she will bo all the name implies. Sale. Mr. George C. Gorgin on Saturday, tho 1st inst, sold the following for Mr. U. C. Kirk : sows S.'O Oi sows M 10 10 shout 11 ) shouts '.'I 60 shouts 'i mi 1 buck IS .V) 1 buck 8 -V) 1 cow 10 00 1 cow M .VI 1 cow 11 00 I cow itj 00 1 cow colt 71 00 1 heifer :w oo 1 three months old calf ii 70 1 three months old calf 'is 00 1 small calf 17 '25 l cow 01 60 l yearling colt 7u oo l mule & i'i I horse o0 -" 10 mountain sheep 32 50 IS mountain sheep 40 .VI I old mare and colt t0 7.') PEUM03ALS. Judge G. S. Wall returned home yesterday. Miss Julia Lovel, of this city, is visiting friends at Flemingsburg. Mr. Dennis King, of Louisville, Ky., is visiting his parents in this city. Mr. David Doyle, of the firm of Hunt ec Doyle, left this morning on a business trip to New York. Mrs. Wilson Kicheson, of the city accompanied by her sister, Mrs. John Cox, is visiting relatives in St. Louis. Accident to u Lady. On S iturday afternoon while on the way to Lewis county to visit friends, Mrs. John Walsh, with her babe, was thrown from a spiing wagon and severely bruised on the back and head, but fortunately no bones were broken. The infant escaped with a few scratches on the face. Mrs. Walsh is confined to hor bed unable to sit or stand. Wit. William Wormald lost a horse valued at $200 by colic on Sunday night. . Person's wishing a copy of Bulger's Confession can obtain them at the book stores. An EugllNlinmn who visited our fair yesterday wild ho was disappointed lu the horses shown. They were lare ot limb, with thick muscle. Lexington 1 ransm lpt. Let him visit the Maysville fair and we will guarantee ho will not be disappointed. A horse attached to a phaeton belonging to Mr. Charles II. White became frighted yesterday on the street and rati away. Tho occupants of tiio vehicle escaped uninjured. Tho phaeton was badly broken up. The crowd in attendance at Barnum's circus ut Lexington is estimated at 125,000. During the day it is thought at least 50,000 persons were in the city. The circus people must have received a good impression of what a Kentucky mob is. On Saturday night about ten o'clock John McDaniel and James Fisher had a misunderstanding with Thos.,Kirtland, in East Maysville, and tho latter was badly beaten by them. During tho difficulty Kittland drew a pistol anil shot McDaniel in the fleshy part of the arm. McDaniel and Fisher appeared before tho Mayor this morning and plead 'guilty to a breach of the peace and were fined $10 each. Samuel Bulger, who has been receiving jeligious instruction for some time past from tho Catholic clergy of this city, was baptized yesterday morning at ten o'clock, in his cell at tho jail, by Rev. J. B. Glorieux, in tho presence of tho jailer and Mr. Patrick Fox. lie will receive Holv Communion to-morrow morning about seven o'clock, after which he will partake of breakfast, and receive such persons as ho desires shall bo admitted to his cell. Ho will then be removed to tho room in tho second story of tho building, and be prepared for his execution. Ho will bo attended on the scaffold by Ilovs. Fathers Glorious and Gory. Bulger is in good health, and is seemingly calm. Ho expresses himsolf as prepared for death, and does not think ho will break down at tho last minuto. Tho execution will takoplaco as near noon as possible. Success on tho Stage. Nat. Goodwin writes tho Spirit : " I have had no time to struggle with grammar and join nnd tho other great tragedians in tho North American tteviow In publishing my views on the subject of 'Success on the Stage.' To a beginner I should advise ono of two things: First ho may join a good old stock company, if ho can find ono in the woods anywhere, and remain a member of it for about forty years. By that time he will have bo worked himsolf up as to receive a living salary, support stars, and bo prepared for a testimonial on his liltieth anniversary, whacking up with tho manager, of course. This reward of merit virtually amounts to a half clear benefit every fifty years. If very healthy and successful, "an actor mav catch two ol them and die. Second if the beginner does not fancy that way, he can join some variety show ; purchase a sparkling comic song from some good writer; have it ct to get W. C.irloton, Charles Gavler, M Donald or McClosky to write a plot around the son.', and ho will be engaged for a fortv weeks' season, and maybe longer, at a huh salary. But if the be ginner take the second w.iy, he must never own that success was easy. I Had th'it all the really actors, who liuw been boosted to the top of the ttee hy chance, notoriety, or money, are very fond of refening totiieir dnysnnd nights of toil and struggle, and ot hinting bow very hard they work now. I have hail those toils and" struggles and hard w ork myself; but it was generally after the performance was over, rnd I" might better have been at home in bed. Tin midnight oil theory is beautiful ; but I neer saw it in practice did you V It is so easy to and struggle when you feci the Dank of California at your back. 1 believe that an actor should study act ing; attend to his business like "other people; enjoy himself like other people, and, when he draws a prize in the lot tory of the profession, thank Heaven for it, endeavor to deserve it, and keep quiet about the price of midnight oil, and his wrestles with tho wick. Tne Review may copy, if you please." Leonard Huxley, the eldest son of Prof. Huxley, has taken the highc.it honor in classical studies at Oxford. KETA1L AlAKKKT. Corrected dally by G. V. Gkimkl. roci Se'oud street, .Maysville, Ky. FLOOK. Llmestoue 3 7 HI Maysvillo Family l) -. Old Gold T 0 la.sou County I - Kentucky Mills It n Magnolia, new o "." Hutter.'sim :T) .:J I.urd.W 5 11!' Ei?as, cdoz I'i Meal peck :'i Chickens lovll" Moiasse.s. lauey 7 Coal OH, ft Raf ja rtugur, rnnulntcil 'rl lb 1U', A.rri II' yellow :l it Sjii' Comb lii Strained Honey Hams, suiiiir cuied y a, Uncoil, breakliisi V b.... V-lo Hominy, "t3 uallou KeatiH fU;allon -I Potatoes V pocl?, new 15 Cotlee WANTED. r ANTED Twenty children to ioim a jirlinury in Miss I'mk'n school, uuiler tun .supervision ol Mis- sail It Hull. u2s'dlw x 7" ANTED To vent a farm tomlse co, or will ral.se tobacco on slimes. '1 ho best of releiisuco jjlveu. 1'EIlHYtUtAYHILL, nC0d&w2w .Mlnervu, Ky. FOR SALE. Oil SALE A handsome, residence on I, Kiontstieet. In thebest lepulr. Apply to J. M. tsToCKTON, Ileal Estate Audit. It .I OK SALE -A thoroughbred "Berkshire I " boar, ready for soi vice. U. A. McOAUTHEY, sep3d&wlw Sutton stieet. leet ot tlist cluss hem-; 17.OR lumber, 'J.0, 'in, 2x10 and 'IxVZ Inched. Also boards 12, 1 1, hi, IS and 2U left Ioiik, cheap. HOLIDAY & McDONALl), nlWdlw Chester P.O. FOIl SALE-A itood farm of thirty-three and ono half acres on the Fleming pike, six miles t ro i n Maysville. Good dwelling, stable, corn crib, imuuy and Wilson house , small oichard and never falling well ami sprlmr. Addiess JOHN GUAYLIrSH, u'JSdi&w'Jw North Fork, Ky. 1?OU MALE Two tlrst class Alderneyiirade . milch cows, one of them lias a call' three weeks old. Apply for a short time to a'Jlidlw Dlt.NW H.MCU11ANAUHAN. 170R SALE Heady mudo mosquito bars A cheai). at J. W. Sl'AHKS A liHO.'H.. Jl2.'idiw No. 21 Market street. SALE-1,000 uiilaundrled 17OII bosoms nnd cutis. Reinforced Iront.s, i educed from 7fic to 50c each. Ouarunteed to bo the best shirt ever otlered In this maiket lor 50C J. W. SPARKS & llltO., n23d2w No. 21 .Market btreet. SALE A wood Domestic sewlni; 11111-' IOll Inquire of J. J.McCurthey, ol tho ,vi t, Curiuel 'bus for pi Ice n22lf SALE Vuc.int lots on Flomlm pike. 17011 to uliidlm G. S.JUDD. SALE One 'hundred acres of No. 1 T7OR and tobacco laud, three miles Iroui Vuucebui'K. Log house, burn and miodsprlm: on the promises, Terms easy. Price sl,50u. Addiess HENRY RIEIILEY, J20wtf Aberdeen, O. FOR RENT. T7OR RENT The dwelllnu houso lormerly 1; occupied by Dr. Aduinson. Tho house Is In complete repair with water ami gus through tne niiuuing. Appiy to aUdtf jA.Mi iS WHITE. LOST. On Sunday, August 10, betweoii IOST nnd Haggles camp Ground, a goal bracelet, curved 011 tho outside. Return to J. M. ALEXANDER, Lewisburg, or this olllco and receive rewurd. s3diwlw On Thursday evening, between J. IOST ilriii stoie and tho cornor of Llmestono htreot on Third, n cameo set to a a watch charm. Plensn return to n31d3t THIS OFFICE. LEGAL NOTICE. rpiIOS. M. FOWLER, of this county, having X iniulo 11 deed of assignment to the undersigned, for tho benclltot all his creditors, they will prove aud illo their demands with the usslgneo us toon an practicable. Augllbt 21,18. 3X12v GEO. MYALL. Special Announcement. THE FLAG SHIP AS and TOM SPURLOGK, Will leave Maysville At KM rents Wednesday, Sept. 5th, J V nt six a, in. SHAUP arriving at at one o'clock p. in., lvtnu uti opportunity to witness the nrilvul of Foi ot "KING BEX." TON ic Sale of a SMALL FARM ' IO I"4,1' V'T T T-. T T-. X"l- JjAU JJJ.2 lljjjl., JV 1 , i i On MONDAY, September 17th. I And 12 in.. I will sell at miction In the 'own AT ol Diiuvillt', Ky., a I .c. lailil of eii:lil. I. ilirei ni'rs one mile train Ianvllle, It li wrllltii,itil lor u bnedlng place tor .J'rey at or hordes, well wuteied, with good stabler and oulhulldlm:, good yoiiiigniciiuid,and lorsuiiill fainll.v;Is (lolnihle us u place to e(luiMte.sonsanddaiii!htei. MaiiiV Kucllsh will show tho place to un. wlshlru tc buy. sldAwtd Jo H.N 1. UOOl'.lK fpHK annual ineetlimof the stockholders ol , JL ihe iiajsviileGus Company wld b hold p al the ollk'c ol the company on the (hud -Nit ' I uiiluv ol septeiuber, at. ton o'cloelc . m . lor , f" he election ol a and thieedliectois ui'd the trunsju'Mou ot any other buslucs pioperly beioie the uieetlm:. HOIIKIIT A. t OIHKAN, President. JAMKs H. HALL, ") NKWTON l'OOIEH,J. Directors. W.M.H. COX. ) shLtwlw MEAT STORE. I j r) ('. KIIIK hus opened a dully meat ur hul tti 1,i'L.it utvi,at iint tit-if in ft P lovti'", nnil will Keep all Unulo ! ,. t.kil .in.iU l.l.l. otl.l ti.lll .IJIf.if It li ..lit 'I f V 't IMI'll V flt,(.'tlilV4 It ill VILII t VI it 41ttt(J an f ill the city. Call and see n e. iiU.ltim K. C. KIltK. FOR SALS. Two -Mori BRICK House, I'nntiil I' a seven orelunt 10 11s in the elt of duysvdlf. Willsfil c upon teuns losull mi.eliiis(... C'Ulo'i'oiu Jr'ss s. K. MIT HELL. M. D. iSdtt Sh 'tysbtin:, Ky. Carriages and Buggies FOR SALE. nccnunt of our dlssulutlon. wh for OV tine lot ot new I Illumes, ut our own liuiKe. v e also Have lor sule 11 lot ol eeoinl. hauil liiirouehesand Welnvlie per ons who uceil uuvlhlug In our llu to eill and ex'imlne our stneit. ulliUtwliu WILSON kv PIEI'EIIICH. LEGAL K0TI0E. RllINKY.of this county. Imvlnu I nmde a need of asslnment to the I dfislnned for the benefit of all his- eieiiltors, ihey will pleue pioveand tile tlndr demands I Willi tne assisneo us soon us pruciic.inie I iiNdlm G. S. .lUDl) ' "Ecta,Tollsii.ed. 1SS5. EQUITY GROCERY. I I O. W. GEISEL, 1 No. 0,"rt . Krcoml St., pp.eni lions-, Frultsand Veuetablesln season. Your patron- I He respectfullv solicited. Ulillr I LYON&HEALY h Stato & Monroe Sis. .Chicago Will ienl pretMM I" in i.ljs 11 thtlr t rlM HANDCA AIUUUE, 7 for IssJ, -.00 iiirt". .10 r.ii.vi.ino i of inttrumanu. .Sulu, C-p., ls'u, I'ompoai, FpiiIU. Stin.li. Drtim Aimnr'i StTs l!I IItt, Suinlfy ln I OulMi, Ktrtlrln jllll niumiHAi.oin(.iui't iniiru.'uon ani i.i ttett for Amil.nr lltoiln uj f Cholc. liuj lluilo. febl2d&wly A, R, GLASCOCK It CO ! Is the best plnco to get bargains In DRY Piles! Piles 1! Piles!!! Old UROWN'S PILE CI RE will cure any case of protruding or ulcerated bleeding Piles by a few applications. AMrlnl will convince any ono who Is sintering with this loathsome disease that what wo say Is true. For sale by GEOP.GE T. WOOD, Wholesale Druggist, JeSOdttwlin Maysville, Ky. SIMMONS' INDICATED A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases of tho Kidneys. boon used with most gratifying success HAS In ninuy obstlnnto cases. Prof, F. W. Clark, professor of Chemistry at tho University ol Cluclnnatl say b this water "belongs to tho same class with that of tho Alleghany Springs, ol Virginia," tho medlclnnl virtues of which arotoo well known to be stated here. Those who doslie to try this famous water urn referred to Captain 0. W. Hoyd, Levunua Ohio; Captntn O. M. Hollowny, uuicinntui, unio; .i.j. iiuipe, taiiummui, , Ohio, For sale In uau uarreisnnu nigs ny GUS. SIMMONS, Proprietor. ni23dtfcwtf Aberdeen, Ohio. A CHEAP SALE ! A. n. BIMtOKNS HS R TGHT THE stock of Pry Good o Burgos Nolln, will continue Hi business at the sumo stand, will close out the 'ollowlug goods regardless or eoH: .too I'lWKsor DRESS - GOODS half their wl, ALL WOOL, I'll K" Cl.Ol IIS In -mod slnides to' "2rj pet y.uil. ALL WOOL KILLING KAN, iwtr.i heavy and uoo I colors, worth cents, loi 35 cent" per yuid. A lot of GOOD .STYLES IN DRESS GINGHAMS S1,, per yawl. Also, i larje lot of leinibl I) 1 t tin " oenN I ei y.w I. A lo KIHrtoN's, nice eo'i'iv at IihI'imi!. ale Fnc'iind LisU WHIiE HOSE, worth So cut per inl : , for U cent". MISK" 1U.OCLAK MALE WHITE COT liosf; tor p. cents per null. Ai", 'S'KSKS'Swfi ;Ij, iHle U lieiW, Iir :i rent- prf J UM lWIVeil, U till! olippiyot uiiiks'ami jujJXJ EH WEAR I mii ".,, nt correpiiilliu 1"W piu's. On.iiiir i 'i a...i s, nil f i ; .dies' ( Cii. u..ii , ill siz, it '2'i. KIH (il.o l..1' at :.) .i is ir juir. Inns hull piliv, :i"it i,iin i ! .iip.'tes t.io id. i Hi. 'i 'uii atid txaiulne tho Stuoli pliri'lluslllv. A. II. Jo. I Lowry, :Ifi.lei in: ML GHOCER B, Teas. Queensware, Cigars. CS lass ware, Tobaccos. Xotion.s. Hluhest cash price paid forcountry produce. Jylo ttf Corner Fourth and I'lum streets. HERMANN LANCE a " -H immm e? "5 y&fsm Ml ;... lis unit Wurli WAltltA VTKI. .Nuini.r W,Sei.iinil tH'ei three doors below Maiket siiffi, Ky. apll'idly .. ItSoN, xjErjrra:srT .Vw. 21 Market St.. nnr:! opp. Ventral Hotel, OUtO:' Ulen . Hom . MAYS VI1.LE, KY in yMiy.d. .IIATIIIJWS A VU. V"- and Dealers In Buiidiny anil Dressed Lumber, si.inc'es lain ts, Doni-s, SasU, staves, K.'.ielnif. Huslieuis. A' iiien.1 lj MA S'v X'tLLE, A'T. 'l.tS IMJ11I, N BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA, (Su,re.sors to 1 onper vc lltset, l.al.r. in Sloven. It mines, .tlai blvized ,uinl (tun. iitnciorei s (iii'iu, 1 iiiii'r urn1 sli.' ri Wurv. Hiiecli' ntteiiMo'i n ml to tin loortmu gutter 'mil spiiutliu. 1 lU'Heui umbels, ns and steam fitters. Wiouulit Iron in d leml pipes, Ac All wort a iO pi'i.mp.ly aud w ' runted. il E. Second st.. atKlly MAYSVILLE. KY. - Vegetable Sicilian HAIR RENEWER was the first preparation perfectly adapted to cure diseases of the scalp, and tho Urst successful restorer of faded or gray hair to Its natural color, growth, aud youthful beauty. It has had many Imitators, but nono havo so fully mot all tho requirements needful for the proper treatment of tho hnlraiid scalp. Hall's Hair Hexeweu has steadily grown lu furor, and spread Its fame aud usefulness to every quarter of the globe. Its unparalleled success can be attributed to but euo cause: the entire fulfilment of Its promises. The proprietors havo often been surprised at the receipt of orders from remote countries, where thoy had tievor mado an effort for Its introduction. The uso for a short tlmo of Hall's Haiu Iti'N'EWEit improves the personal appearance. It cleanses the scnlp from all Impurities, cures all humors, fever, and dryness, and thus prevents baldness. It stimulates the weakened glands, ami enables them to push forward a new and vigorous grow th. The ell'ects of this article aro not transient, like those of alcoholic preparations, but remain a long time, which makes Its use a mutter of economy. BUCKINGHAM'S DYE I"OK Tin: WHISKERS Will change tho heard to a natural brown, or black, as desired. It produces n permanent color that will not wosh away. Consisting of a slnglo preparation, It Is applied without trouble. ntEPAHED DY It. P. HALL & CO., Nashua, N.1I. Sold by all Dealers lu Medicines. FOR ALL THE FORMS OP Scrofulous, Mercurial, and lllood Dlhorders, tho best romedy, becauso tho most searching and thorough blood-purifier, is Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Sold by all Druggists ; ?1, six bottles, $5. J. MoCAUTlIKY. Licensed Auctioneer J a for Mason and ndjolnlnc counties. Orders loft nttlio IlULLKTiN olllco will rccelvo prompt a'.toutlon. P. O, address Mt. Curmol.