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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. 9, 1883. BOSSEE & MoOABTHY, Publishers and Proprietors, To Whom addukh Ax.t, Communications TO-DIY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. . - 8. P. Campbell Mosonlo notice. For rout Brick dwolllng. Mr. F. Marsh Cottage for sale. Now got upon n building tall And loudly shout It from tlie steeple, Maysvillo hogs are on the streets, Busy eating up tlio people. . Guard yourself, for wo shall ml!s you When wo come to take the vote, Be sure to let no nntl hog man Vanish down au old sow's throat. Do not forget that the Ghanfraus arc supported by Tayleuro's Star Company, one of the best combinations traveling. There scorns to bo an impression in Maysvillo that the bridge over Limestone Greek needs immediate attention. Is it true that it does? Jin. James Hise has returned from a successful hunting expedition to Fleming county. Ho killed ninety rabbits, beside a number of squirrels and birds. Masonic special meeting of Confidence Lodgo No. 52, A. F. and A. M., to-night at 7 o'clock. aWork in M. M. degree. Visitors invited. S. P. Campbell. The house of Chistopher Everett, an aged farmer living in tho western part of Lewis county, was broken into and robbed of several hundred dollars a few days ago. The other day at Lebanon, Ky., a hog wrecked a train and five men wero dangerously hurt Wo are willing to bet heavily that that hog descended from Maysvillo stock. Ayer's Sarsaparilla works directly and promptly, to purify and enrich the blood, improve tho appetite, strengthen the nerves, and braco up the system. It is in tho truest sense an alterative medicine. Every invalid should give it a trial. i m The religious services at tho M. E, Church, in Chester, during tho week, have been deeply spiritual. There have been ono accession to the church, five conversions and a deep religious interest awakened throughout tho community. ' Joseph Luman, of Flummcr's Landing, Fleming county, was killed on tho 8th inst., by a train on tho Chesapeake and Ohio road, falling through a trestle forty feet in height. Ho was conductor of the train. The body was buried near Flemingsburg. Alex. Johnson, John Montjoy, Henry Frazier and Thomas Sousley, all colored, had their trial Thursday afternoon before magistrate SI. F. Marsh, under a charge of committing a breach of tho peace, on the 3rd inst. They wore adjudged guilty and fined $10 each and costs. The Lexington Press in copying from tho Bulletin a notice of Professor T. F. Leary's work in Maysviile, kindly says:, "Wo fully indorse tho above. Professsor Leary is a most competent teacher, ns scores of young gentlemen of this city will testify. By his works all may know him. Joseph Oliver Sparks, who has been for some time under bond for house stealing in Lewis county, was arrested and takon to Vanceburg, chanred with stealing $100 from Burnett Mann, a farmer living near Riploy. Ills preliminary examination resulted in his being held to await a requisition from Ohio. The following marriage licenses have been issued in Brown county, Ohio, einco our last report: Armor Wills and Surah D. Woods. J. W. VanurJggleuml M.J. Trout. Wm. Lewis aud Sarah J. Mudl.ou. John J. Curlier ami Sarah L. Balnu, .Martin Calvin and Amanda Leounul. Wm. tt, Htcks and Alice Collins. Wm. Bohl nud Mary Busch. George German nud Mary E. Splllor. Ellas Kluuett and Ettle Day. Charles S. Slbbald and Maiy I. Hood. Wm. E. Slmpklns aud Kmma Pattou. A brilliant audience assembled to witness "London Assurance" as pre sented by tho Ghanfraus. Tho charming old comedy was given in a delightful manner. Mrs. Chanfran as Lady Gay Spanker imparted to tho character a vivacity and brightness that could not bo 1 excelled. Sho is a remarkably handsome woman, and her exquisito tasto in dress and splendid stage presence lent additional charm to tho performance. Tho supporting company is uniformly good and the expressions of approval on tho part of tho audience were many and hearty. It is soldom such a really good company comes to Rochester. ilochestor Herald, Tho Clmnfrnus. Tho play of ' London Assurance," with both Mr. and Sirs. Ghanfrau in the leading characters, make their engagement hero on Monday night tho oventof tho theatrical season. Tho number of seats already taken givo an assurance that tho 'largest and most fashionable audience that over assembled in the Opera House, will bo present. Securo your seats early, as tho tickets are selling rapidly, at Harry Taylor's, No. 23, Market street. Oyster Pie Tho following directions how to make an oyster pie Is from Mrs. Owens cook book: Mako a pasto for tho sides ot a largo baking dish. Take one quart of largo fresh oyster, season with pepper, salt and butter. Take the yolks of threo hard boiled eggs, chop fine and mix with grated bread crumbs. Sprinkle this over tho oysters after putting them in the dish. Pour tho liquor over, cover with pie crust and bake quickly. PERSONALS. Miss. Juliet S. Mathows, daughter of Major Thomas A. Mathows, formerly of this city, was married at Covington on tho 0th inst., to Mr. David Meade, of Chillicothe, Ohio. m Base Ball. A game of base ball will bo played at tho grounds near tho depot on Monday afternoon at two o'clock between tho Eagles and Clipper clubs, of East Everybody is invited. -" Bitten by n Hog. A citizen of Maysviile, yesterday, was attacked in the street by a hog, and bitten in tho leg. Such things will continue to occur so long as these dirty beasts are licensed to run at largo. COUNTxVuJLYib. WASHINGTON. Mr. 8. For in an and wife, of Midway, made a short visit to his father's family last week. Mr. Ranking and bride, of Augusta, are be lng entertained by the families ol Mr. Chan. Ward and Mrs. Amanda Ward. Miss Lillian Tarleton has returned from Indiana, whole she has been visiting relatives for several months. Mrs. Arthur Wood Is having a new roof nut on her house. We always glad to see Improvement golug on, as they are needed ho badly In our town. Mr. John Caldwell had friends with him from Moo.etleld Saturday uud Suuday. The Misses LaythPin are visiting their uncle, Mr. James Marshall. Mr. Audrey, of Paris, Is sojourning with tho family of Mr. Robert Adair. Miss LossleChlnn Is the guest of Miss Hue Ilu liter since last week. Misses Sallle and Katie Frlstoe snout eral days with Misses Emma and Lena Means, of Maysviile, last week. We see from your dally paper that some one of your city has caught the poetry mania frdm our poet, Caputs. Glvo us a piece on blue eyes, they have been left out In ttio cold. Mr. Henry, Mrs. George Wood and olheis lea on the Monday morning train for tho Louisville Exposition. We think our vllbme has been pretty well represented since the exposition opened, Tho young folks will give a tatty pulling at the school building Friday evening. Everyone that attends Is expected to take a pound of sugar, Don't bring a half pound of sugar and a half pound ol sand. A Jolly time Is expected by all who take their sua ro ol sugar. - - She Know Him Best. From the Detioit Freo Press. John William Blank belonged to tho Ancieut and Modern and Highly Honorable Suns of Guns of Detroit. If it wasn't that, it was some other fraternal order which meets every Monday night and pays so much to tho heirs of every member who happens to cue. John William happened to die tho other month, and a committee was appointed to draft resolutions and present them to his wifo in person. The fiist part of their duty was fulfilled to the satisfaction of tho lodgo, but the committee had some little trouble in finding Mr.. Blank. They traced her from one neighborhood to another, and finally found her at her sistor's, hat and shawl on and ready to go out " Resolutions of sympathy, eh ? Well, read 'em." Tho chairman of the committee proceeded to read that John William was a good husband and a kind father, and a citizen of unapproachable integrity, when tho widow interrupted : "Too much taffy! We used to have a fight every week, and as for his being a kind father we never had any children. As for his integrity ho stole all tho wood wo burned last winter." ' Tho chairman gulped down something nud continued to read that John William was an upright brother, a man with a heart full of sympathy for tho misfortunes of others, and that charity and forgiveness were tho beacon fires which guluVd his footsteps. " Fudge 1" sneered the widow. " I washed for the money to pay his dues to tfio lodge, and all tho sympathy any ono got out of him wouldn't buy a cent's worth of court-plaster. Forgiveness I Well, some of you ought to have sat down on his hat sometime; he'd have revengo if it cost him a year in Stato prison, Beacon fires is purtv good, considering that wo never had a decent stovo in tho house." " Madam, your husband has been called hence." 11 Exactly ; I was at tho funeral and ought to know." ' Ho was cut down liko a flower." ,( Well, flowers ought to let whisky and saloons and plug tobacco and old sledge alone." " And wo trust that our loss is his gain." " Well, if he's any bettor off I'm glad ou'ti but I guess the gain is on our side. Now, that's all I want to hear. I can pickup a thousand bettor men than him with my eyes shut. I'm in a hurry X6 go down and seo a woman who offers to sell a fur-lined circular for $15, and if you havo any more highfalutin Shakespeare to git off, my sister will take it in uud save ft till I como back," Marriage Before Noon. New York Sun. English persons who want to get married are obliged to do so before noon, unless they can obtain a special license. A bill extending the hour to 4 o'clock is under consideration. A Natural .Mistake. She was in the dimly lighted reception room of u city dry goods store, and, walking up to a tall inirxor placed against the wall, remarked: " Why, how came you hero?" Then, observing some surprise, not to say amusement, on the faces of the other occupants of the room, she saw her mistake and explained in ureat confusion, " I thought it was mv sister : " s e're twins." OITY XTETVEO. Advertisements Inserted under this heading 10c per lluo for each Insertion. Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers. . ! - I Children's do iks and cloakings at Hunt fc Doyle's. All wool red undershirts at $1.23 at Nesbitt & McKrell's. Russian circulars and dolmans cheap at Nesbitt & McKrell's. Good bed cotnfoits from 85c. to $2.23 at Nesbitt and McKrell's. Great bargains in fine JBlankets at J. W. Sparks & Bro.'s, 24, Market street. Cloaking and Sacking Cloths cheap at J. W. Sparks & Hro.'s, 21, Market street. Ninety-eight different stylos of new neckwear open to-day at Hunt & Doyle's. m Buy your clonk from Hunt & Doyle, they know how to fit you perfectly. Five hundred dolmans, jackets and cloaks at Hunt & Doyle's todav. All wool red Undershirts nt 75c, $1.00 and $1.23 at J. W. Sparks & Uro.'s, 24 Mai ket street. . Bring on tho babies. Pictures taken instantaneously by Kackley at M. & K.'s book store. o20dtf Cloaks, Jackets, Dolmans and Circulars. Cheapest at J. W. Spaiks & Bro.V, 24, Market street. Nesbitt & McKrell are making leaders this season, of ladies' aud Men's underwear, blanket?, etc. Cloaks. Tho largest line and thejowest price in .Maysviile at Nesbitt & McKrell's. Great bargains in Bed Comforts. We mako big reductions in tho prices of all our Bed Comforts. J. W. Sparks & Bro.' Shawls 1 Shawls! We place on salo our entire stock of Shawls at a big reduction from former prices. J. W. Sparks & Bro., 21, Market street. m Carpets, Oil Cloths and Window shades. Wo will offer great bargains in theso goods for the next twenty days. J. W. Sparks & Bro.'s, Market street. Five hundred ladies' Merino Vests cheap. One thousand men's Undershirts at 20c, 23c, 30c, 33c, 40c, 50c, GOc and 75c, at J. W. Sparks & Bro.'s. --. . .. Great Bargains in black Cashmeres, direct from tho importers all pure wool, at 40c, 50c, GOc, 03c, 75c, 83c, 90c and $1.00. Call and examine beforo you buy. J. W. Sparks & Bro. Old folks and nervous people should go to Kackley's gallery for pictures by the lightning process. Don't wait for sunshine, any kind of weather will do. Kackley's dry plates will do you up. ' ' mm' m Avoid tho harsh, irritating griping compounds so often sold as purging medicines, and correct the irregularities of the bowels by the uso of Ayor's Cathartic Pills, which aro mild and gentle, yet thorough and searching, in their action. Hnrperfor Christinas. The Christmas number of Harper's Magazine will bo an unusually beautiful number, and will surpass all previous undertakings in magazine literature. Leave orders with Harry Taylor, No. 23, Market street. KETAIL MARKET. Corrected dally by G. Geisel, grocer, Second street, May&vlUe, Ky. FLOUR. AjimesionOi. .................... 9 uu Maysvillo Family, 6 25 Mason County M 6 25 Kentucky Mills 6 00 Magnolia, new , 5 75 Hut tor. It- 1520 Lnnl.v? hy EggH, ldoz - 25 Meal) peck 20 Chickens 152o Molasses, now 75 Coal Oil, V gal 20 Sugar, granulated VI tt 10 A T lu... ....... .......m.... ..... 1U 3 enow tH iq. ..... ..I.... i. c(u Comb Honey 15 Strained Honey 12K Hams, sugar cured " h 17 Bacon, breakfast ) It - 12 Hominy, ty callou 20 Beans ft gallon 50 Potatoes $ peck, new .. 15 Cotteo M 15&:0 MAYSVILLK COAL MARKET. Anthracite at Elevators, per ton 83.25, delivered. $8.50. Youghlogheny at Elovators, per bushel He. delivered l&c. Kanawha at Elevators, per bushel lie. do-lived 12c. Pomery at Elevators, per bushel Oc. delivered 10c ANNOUNCEMENT. For Sheriff. Wo are authorial to announce that DAN PERRINE Is a candidate for the offlco of Sheriff of Mason county, at the August election. ISM, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Mayor. Wo are authorized to announce that M. F. MARSH Is ucandlil itetortheorUce of Mayor of tho city of Maysvlilottt tho January election, 18H4. We are authorized to announce that HORACE JANUARY N a candidate for re-election ns Mayor of Maysviile, at the ensuing January election. For City Clerk. We aro authorized to announce that LANOHORNE M. TBB Is a cantlldnto for tho offlco of City Clerk at tho ensuing January election. We are authorized to announce that HARRY TAYLOR Is a candidate for re-election as City Clerk at the ensuing January election. For Collector nntl Treasurer. Wo are authorized to announce that E. E. PEARCE Is a candidate for re-election as Collector and Treasurer of Maysviile at tho ensuing January electlou. For Councilman. We are authorized to announce that JOHN W. ALEXANDER Is a cundMale for re-election to the council from tho Fourth Ward, at the eusulug January electlou. For We are authorized to announce that ROBERT FICKLIN, JR., Is a candidate for reelection as Wharfmaster, at the next January election. For Marshal. Wo aro authorized to announce Mr. W. W V ATKINS as a candidate for Marshal at tho ensultiK January election, lift!. We aro authorized to nunounco JaMES II AHSON, Hr., as a candidal!1 for city marshal at tho January electlou. Not one cent for electioneering purposes. We are authorized to announce that W. B. DAWHON Is a candidate for tho otllce of City Marshal, at the ensuttu January election. He solicits the support of his friends. We aro authorized to announce tlmt J AMES REDMOND Is a cat illdute for reflection as Marshal or Mny.ivlllo nt tho eiiHUlmt January election. The support of his friends Is solicited. MR. ROBERT W. BROWNING announces that he Ik u c udldate lor City Marshal at the eiifciiltu January elfHlnn, on the Urst Monday lu January, 1SSI. Your support Is solicited. W ANTED. f ANTED Twenty thousand live turkeys and 50,000 dozen fresh eng. HUhest mnrketprlce II. B. NOIlTUCOTTft CO., Sutton stieet, Maysviile, Ky. uo5d&w r ANTED A good canvasser for a fast- helling hook. Good commissions. Ex-elusive tenltory. WM. OWENS oI5dtr Bulletin oillce. FOR RENT. RENT-A desirable residence ot Ave 1?OU ; pomx and kitchen lu Kat Maysviile. Apply to V, C.8HACKLKFORD. n7d2w IJOU RENT-Excellent fall V month : Cows, tl hordes nnil mules, 850. vpply to JULIUS CULBERTSON, East Mil) svllle. n7dlw I?OR RENT Furnished front room for lodgers. Inquire at thts otllce. olOdtt 17OR RENT My two-story' brick ware-i Iioum), corner Short and Second Mi eels, size of rooms thirty-two by one luuul red teet. Well adapted for grain or lobacco. Applv at ZWEIG ART'S moat Moie. slid FOR SALE. ,iOU RENT-A doshnblo icsldeuce In Fifth H Wark a brick house with live tooms and n 1lnl.... I M.1.wlln.. .. .,,,1 u.,1.1 Apply to JOHN O'DONNELL; Market street. nuu.ii SALE A small two-story frame co-; 1?OR tage on Second stieet. Terms reasonable. nO M. F. MARSH, Suton street. SALE A nice lesldrince on Cnutt ?MreetApply to M. C. HUTCHINS, u2 IOR SALE The splendid farm of Mm dlth Calvert, containing about SO acres. In two miles of Maysviile on the Ohio river, Mt. Carmel ptke,aud Huutlnetou's railroad. First-class tmpiovemeat. Flue trull trees aud market garden. GARRETT S. WALL, novldivwlm Maysviile, Ky. SALE The farms of Lewis Brooks 1 !"4unretnearMlneiva; R.M.Marshall, IbO acres, neai Washington ; R. Howard, lSu acres, near Maysvillo: tfmoot A Teihuue, U'O acres, on Lawrence Creek; Mrs. McAfee, so ncres, near Maysviile; IS acres at Wolfe's Mill, Minerva pike. GARRETT 8. WALL, novldifewlm Maysviile Ky. BALE Business houses and dwell-; I7OR Part of oldGoddard House, corner of Market and Front streets rental 8700 per year. Warehouse, corner Wall and Second streets. Brick dwelling on Fourth street. Doublo brick dwelling ou Secoud, between .uaruei aim .uimesioue GARRETT S. W A LL, novld&wlm Maysviile, Ky. LOST. strayed or stolen, from my premises In East Maysviile, a larie roan hne, a natural face. Reward paid If returned or for Information that will euablo me to cet him. nbptt GEO. T.WOOD. FOUND. Second street, East MoysvlUe, ; a gold ear ring. Apply at this oillce. 17 OK SALE. BOURBON FAUM. For sole, privately, one of the best farms In Bouibon county, containing two hundred and rtfty acres. It's improvements aro second to none. But little 01 It been plowed of late yearn. Bam room enough for ten acres of tobacco; stone and fence: closo to nrstclahseolleges, churches, Ac. It U ono of It Is one or the most desirable homes In the county. It must be seeu to bo appreciated. Como and seo It; I want to sell; It Is lu of a mile of North Middle-town post otllce. Write lor pat tlculars. nSlmhfcw It. W. OWEN. TUOTICE. HAVE this day mu chased from J. B. I Stewatt all his right, title and Interest In tho cigar stand, situated on the corner of Front uud Market streets, Maysviile, Ky., and the entlio stock therein contained, together with the fixtures, and the book ac counts, notes nud bills of said stand. J. B. Stewart Is no longer authorized to collect any debts or accounts duo the stand, or to make auy debts ou account thereof. All bills must be paid to me. NICHOLAS BURGER. November?, 18S3. novbdlw Till: lUiAOE TO GET CHEAP BED-ROOM SUITS IS AT GBOBQJ3 OBI, Jv.'8$ mchSldly SUTTON STREET. 830,000 FOR 92. Regular Monthly 1 rawing: will 3- DQtake place lu the Mn.sonlc Hall, Building, Louisville, Ky. THURSDAY, Nov, 29, 1883. X rnwful Tottery nntl Fair Drawings chartered by the Legislature of Ky. aud twice declared legal by tho highest court In the State. Bond given to Henry county lu the sumofSloUfOJOfor the prompt puymeutof all prizes sold. A Revolution In Single Number JrwIngM. ttirEvery ticket holder his own supervisor, cau call out the uumbor on his ticket aud see tho corresponding number on the tag placed in the wheel In his pieence. These drawlugs will occur on the Inst Thursday of every month. Read tho mugulrlcent November Scheme. 1 Prize $31,000 1 1 r 1 ze... ..... .. .. ..t. .. ii'.''w 1 Prize 6,0) 2 Prizes, 82,500 each 5,000 5 Prizes. 1,W each 6,000 9 Prizes. 300 ench, Approx'u Prizes.... 2,700 9 Prizes, 2iJ0 each, " " 1,800 9 Prizes, UK) each, " " 900 20 Prizes. 500 each 10,000 100 Prizes, 100 each 10,000 200 Prizes, 5) enc 10,000 5u0 Prizes, 20 each 10,O0 1000 Prizes, lu each 10,000 1,857 Prizes, 110,100 Whole Tickets. 12. Half Tickets, 81. 27 Tickets, 850. 0.1 Ticket 8100. send bv express. DON'T SEND BY LETTER OR POSTOFF1CE ORDER, by express, can be sent at our own expanse Addie-s all orders to J J. DOUGLAS, hep!7tlAwly LouNviUe, Ky. HJoihers, Don'i Punish Your Shildreij! Y SAW fj,mmV Sf,mw w!r W Mw Jjflw M wi) But go to vour druggist or merchant and get a bottle of AVIUh' World Worm Cuiidy, tho most eluelcntnud pulatable worm medicine made. It U put nit In delightfully flavored sticks of caudy, aud tliu little ones love to take it. rPIIOMAS JACKSON, Dealer In BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, Spring: WiiKOim and Harness. Repository No. 18, Sutton street, Maysv tile, Ky. HeadqU'trters for DR. JAC KfcO.VH 11 me uieu auu leiiauie Horse Medicines. DR. JACKSON'S BLACK OIL cures mange, cracked heel, warts, greasy heel, ptlcke 1 toot, quitter, Miml cracks, corns etc PiloeoOeents. DR. JACKSON'S BLISTERING OINTMENT is an excellent remedy for enlargements, spavin, capi)ed hock, euib tfpllut cinmp or strain of the whirl bone. Pile) 50 cent, DR. J A KSON'S WHITE OIL cures lung fever, tuthuuitlou o the kidneys aud tlsm In man or Iuum. Plce5)cenis. DR.JA OIL Is an ettectlvo remedy tor chafes, soies or in horses1 few and matmenud lice In cattle and hordes Price 50 cents. WSeut to any add! ess on receipt ot prlco. ootlSdly THOMAS. I At KSUN, A. R. BURGESS, No, 3. Second Slioet, will offer on and after Thursday, October 11, the following great bargains: One thousand yards of heavy, lull standard worth 50 cents per yard, for 25 cents, slightly damaged by water. One thousand yards of heavy nine ounce Jeans, suaranteed all pure wool filling and made lu Kentucky, worth 50 cents per yard, for 35 ceutu. A full and complete stock of NEW DRESS GOODS, at bottom prices. Canton Flannels from 5 cents per yaid to 2) cents. Ten thousand yards of prints In good styles and fast colors. 5 cents per yard, Gent's heavy, all wool Red Undershirts, woitli Si 50 each lorSl.M. A lull line of new Towels, Tablo Linens, Napkins. Jersey Gloves, Hosiery, Underweat, Bed Comforts and Blankets. A No a large nud well-selected stock of Cloaks In all the new styles Just received from New York. Fifty pieces of Gingham at 5 cents a yatd. oil dim " JOHN U IILELEH, :Dealer lu: CONFECTIONERY, Fruit, Fish. Ac, H.F.HEMINGWAY &CO.'S "ANCHOR" BRAND Baw Oysters, PRICKS. K, quart Cans 0 FAVORITE, quart cans H0o ANCHOR, htandard, quart cans irto SELECT, quart cann -too N. Y. SADDLE ROCK, quart cans C0o BULK, per quart &o FISH m 5, 8 aud 10a HERMANN LANCE 3 . CiiluATCtiU iri I32J lrvxjaj !? ft-Dv 8 IAS era rt.. iftM V,JWKiT v,f 3rjAi UImmSSFSXam T nCD -Sir i tfi aarAllfloodHUiiaiVornAV VIUtANTED. Second street, threo doors below Market street. Maysviile. Ky. ap!19dly T AM KECEIV1NG DAILY the best brands of FRESH OYSTERS! which will be served In all styles, Forsalo also by thocau, hall-can or In bulk at reasonable prices. T. J. NOLIN, at Blerley's confectionery store, Second St.