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THE DAILY BULLETIN
WEDNESDAY EVE JUNE 25 1884
BOSSBR MoOABTHY
Publishers and Proprietors
To Whom Address All Communications
We ought not bring disease to town
But by Jingo If we do
Weve got the hogs weve got the pigs
And got the wallows too
As hog wallows seem to be considered
a luxury in Maysville we decline to re
cede from our opinion they they ought to
he taxed i
iMwiverj probable that all the busi
ne88hoHes iahe city will be closed at
noonronVthe4th 0f Jnly Arrangements
are now being made to that end There
ought to be no hesitation about it
A Very cooling drink popular in the
far South is tamarind water It is made
by letting tamarinds soak in a jar of
water Drink the water and add more
until it loses the distinct taste of tama
rinds This cools the blood and keeps
the digestive organs in order
Mr Heller a leading tobacco grower
says that a tablespoonful of London Pur
ple mixed with a gallon of water
and spinkled upon gooseberries and cur
rants is sure destruction to the worms
that infest them The remedy is poison
ous and should be used with caution
Tiia Bourbon News says John Wat
son of Maysville has employed a pyro
technist of Cincinnati to take charge
of the fire works during the races As
Maysville has only been enjoying things
in a half hoggish way for somo time they
will go the whole hog during the races
A special train on the Kentucky
Central will run from this city to Paris
on the nights of the 3rd 4th and 5th of
July leaving this city at 10 p m and
stopping at all stations on the way to
Paris The races begin on the 3rd of
July Thedisplay of fireworks will take
place on the 3rd and 4th
Drowned
On Tuesday afternoon at the mouth of
Lees Creek a tributary of Forth Fork
near Murphysville Scott Worthington a
youth aged nineteen years and George
Calimese a colored boy several years
younger wore drowned while seining
The colored boy it seems got beyond
his depth and in attempting to save him
Worthington was caught about the neck
and the two sank together The bodies
of both were recovered Scott Worth
ington is the son of Mr John Worthing
ton of Murphysville and was a very
correct and promisingboy
The opera house subscription is pro
gressing as favorably as could be desired
The greater part of the required amount
has already been subscribed and the re
mainder will doubtless be secured with
out serious difficulty The soliciting
committees are determined that every
citizen who is so disposed shall have an
opportunity to subscribe This sub
scription is not a donation but an invest
ment and the citizens who cannot sub
scribe for a 20 ticket on the terms pro
posed 5 calls every thirty days hasnt
sufficient interest in this city to appreci
ate the importance of an efficient fire
service or the public advantage of a
first class opera house We shall en
deavor to publish a list of the subscrib
Bcribers to morrow
fEKSUAALS
Mr Win Willocks left for Esculapia
Springs yesterday
Rev S B Alderson returned from
Frankfort last night
Miss Lizzie Clark of Cincinnati is vis
iting friends in this city
Miss Alice Hasson of this city is vis
iting friends at Cincinnati
Mr Anthony Ray who has been ab
sent in Indiana has returned home
Miss Florence Dodson daughter of Mr
George Dodson is very ill with fever
We regret to hear of the serious illness
of a little son of Mr H H Collins of
Chester
Master Garrett B Wall left on the Bo
nanza Monday night on a trip to Cincin
nati and Chicago
A telegram was received from Clove
land this morning announcing that Mrs
J D Tash is much better
Mr John Toup left yesterday for Son
ora Mexico to look into the mining in
interests of a company in this city
Mrs Laura Collins Miss Bessie Wads
worth and Hon W H Wadsworth will
leave for the far West this evening
Judge Wall starts for Lexington to
morrow morning and from the proxies
ho has received hopes to secure the hold
ing of the Superior Court Convention at
this point
Judge Robert Riddell passed though
Maysville this morning on his return
from Boyd County Ho reports the De
mocracy of the district solid and in good
fighting order
Closing Exercises
The closing exercises of the Academy
of the Visitation began this morning and
are in progress as the Bulletin goes to
press The following is the programme
Andes March Warden
Piano Misses Rena Small aud MaryODon
nell Organ Miss Katie Bledsoe
Overture to Lndaska Piano Kreutzor
By Misses K Bledsoe TlllloCllft Lucy Wat
son and Lizzie Cox
Salutatory Miss May Conly
The Mornlngln vltat Ion Chorus Veaile
Piano Mis Lottie McDanlel -Solos Misses
Mamie Kano and Lucy Watson Chorus
by the class
ORADUATINa HONORS
Consisting of a crown and gold medal con
feired on Miss Hattle Owens
Ol e Trio -Madison
Piano Miss Jennie Frazee Sung by Misses
Lottie MoDanlel Mary ODonneh and Lucy
Watson
Polonaise Plwio
by Miss Rena Small
ACADEMIC HONORS
Ah Tardal TroppoJ Vocal soloDonlzettl
Sung by Miss Rena Small Piano Miss
Jeannle Frazee
Don Pasquale Left band solo- Smith
Miss Hattle Owens
PREMIUMS- DRAWINO TOR CATECHISM MEDAL
Rondo Capprlcclosa PlanoMendelshon
Miss Jeannle Frasee
Swiss Echo Song Vocal solo Eckert
SungbyMISB Lottie McDanlel Piano Miss
Jeannle Frazee
PREMIUMS DRAWING FOR THE POLITENESS
MEDAL BOARDERS
La CaritaV Trlo and chorus Rossini
Solos Mioses Mary ODonnell aud Rena
Small Cliorus by the class Piano Miss
Jeannle Frazee
Fantasia Ernanl Piano Llzst
By Miss Uattle Owens
PREMIUMS DRAWINO FOR THE POLITENESS
MEDAL DAY PUPILS
Duo from La Oazza Ladra PlnnoRosslul
By Misses Anna Hotd and Lottie McDan
lel
Duo from Norma Bolllui
Sung by Miss Rena Small and Alice Has
son Piano Miss Jeannle Frazee
PREMIUMS AN EXTRA GOLD MEDAL PRESEN
TED
When I am a lady grown CorusWesten
dorf
Solos by little Miss Amanda Chnmplln
Chorus By the Juvenile class Piano Miss
Lottie McDanlel
The singing Lesson Vocal DuoBaraett
Suns hy Misses Mary O Douuell and Lot
tie McDanlel Piano Miss Jeannle Frazee
PREMIUMS
Duo fromEllsIre DAmore Pianos Rochsa
By Misses Rena Small and Mary O Dounell
lntlamatus Chorus Rossini
Solos by Miss Lottie McDanlel Chorus
by the class Piano Miss Jeannle Frazee
Valedictory By Miss Uattle Owens
March Pianos Melnluger
By Misses Lucy Watson and Tlllie Cllft
TiIe following was read by Flora Wil
son a little girl ten years of age at the re
cent examination of the public schools
IN MEMORIAM
For death we aro never at any time fully
prepared but when It smites the young so ull
of hope and happiness It Is indeed nard to
bear Yet why snould we mourn and refuse
to be o unforted our darling is not dead but
sleepeth Ten short bright summers and our
little Maud went to sleep to awake In heaven
Closed her sweet eyes on those who loved
so dearly here to open them upon that Rood
Shepherd who gatnered his lambs to his bo
som She grew weary by the wayside and
we have laid her to rest In the springtime
neath the flowers she loved so well
We shall miss the gentle footsteps as they
camo and went yet there Is comtort in the
thought that she is walking the streets of the
Golden City Often and over again we
shall listen to catch the tones of the voice we
shall hear no more and we shall remember
she Is singing the songs of the redeemed
around the great white throne While we
grieve let us rejoice while we sorrow let us
be glad that one more lamb Is sale within the
fold where there Is no more parting no more
tears
There is no flock however watched or tended
But some dead lamb Is there
There Is uo ttreslde howsoer defended
But has one vacant chair
She Is not dead the child of our affection
But gone unto that school
Where she ho longer needs our
tlou
Where Christ himself doth rule
In that great cloisters stillness and seclusion
By guaidUn angels led
Safe ho in temptation sale from sins pollu
tion
She lives whom we call dead
Day after day we think what she Is doing
in those bright realms ot air
fear after e ir her tender teps pursuing
Behold her gtowu more fair
Thus do we walk with her and keep unbroken
The bond which nntute gives
Thinking that our remembrance though un
spoken
May i each her where she lives
Not as n child shnll we ngotu behold her
For when with rapture wild
In our embrace we ugutn enfold her
Sho will not be u child
But n fair maiden in her Fathers mansion
Clothed with celestial grace
And beautiful with nil the souls expansion
Shall we behold her face
And though at times impetuous with emo
tion
And anguish long suppressed
The swelilug heait hears moaning like the
oceau
That cauuot be at rest
Wo will be patient and assuage the feeling
We may not wholly stay
By silence sanctifying not couceallng
The grief that must have way
count r points
TWO LICK
John Carpenter has erected a new houso
Workmen are engaged working on the
bridge this week
There will be a celebration at McKendrles
on the 4th of July A good time Is antici
pated
Power Hutchesou of Augusta were
around last week buying tobacco They pur
chased several crops at irom 8 to 812
TUCKAIIOE
Harvest Is here aud the click of the reapers
will be heard In all directions
We have heard of the fly injuring some
fields of wheat In this vicinity by cutting oft
the stalk
Mr J 0 Pickett was so unfortunate as to
have the leg of a very flue colt broken one
day last week
Traveling swarms of bees have become
very common of late A large swarm at
tempted to settle on Mr Will Hltt while
plowing the pther day
Mr Richard Holtou who was very severely
stung by bees we are glad to hear Is out again
MlssBello E Reynolds a very intelligent
oung lady is visiting the family oi Mr J
u
Bacon
We think from the number of visits our
youug Doctor is making to Minerva that
his practice Is Improving if they are pro
fessional calls
Jiminlo the youngest son of Mr J Pickett
who had the misfortune to fall and fracture
his arm wo are glad to bay Is doing nicely
Mr Thomas Osborne lost a valuable cow
on Saturday last by getting Its leg brokou
Hon W H Cnlkius who was recently
nominated for Governor of Indiana Is a
nephew of Eldor W 0 Holtou ot this place
nud if elected will make a good officer
Mr Elton naughoy formorly of this neigh
borhood and Miss Nnunle daughter of Hon
David Trumbo ot Bath County wero united
in the holy bouds of matrimony at Aber
deen on tho Und Inst May the choicest
blessings rest upon tho happy couplo Is tho
Wish Of JUM110
Hn Couldnt Fall
Wall Street News
A New York drummer the other day
ran across a retail grocer in this state
who had been in the business and in the
same store for thirty four continuous
years
And didnt you ever fail asked the
drummer
How could I
11 Why any business man can fall
Perhaps they can but when a fellow
cant get credit lor over 75 before they
draw on him I dont see the object in
shutting up shop
And didnt you take advantage of the
panic
Not a copper I dont owe anything
and the only goods which went up were
cldthcs pins and codfish and I was short
on both
4 Never got burned out V1
Never Every fire jumps right over
me no freshet comes within ten feet of
my walls and tho only cyclono we ever
had missed me by forty rods I tell you
stranger when I think of how honest
Ive been obliged to be it makes me
shudder
Information Wanted
Will some of your readers inform the
writer through your paper how to prevent
mildew on grapes Subscriber
The examination of one of thecolored
schools is in progress at the opera house
to day There will be an exhibition to
night
CITY XTJEXIVES
Try Langdons City Butter Crackers
Blaine and Logan badges at Phisters
Boys low cut shoes 75 cents a pair at
Ransons
Womens kid opera slippers 90 cents a
pair at Ransons
Misses kid opera slippers 90 cents a
pair at Ransons
Ladies front and side laced shoes Nos
G 7 S and 9 75 cents per pair at Ran
sons
For the handsomest and cheapest
French or Cnracoa kid hand turned
shoes in the city go to Ransons
Rough on Corns Ask for Wells
Rough on Corns loc Quirk complete
cure Hard or soft corns warts bunions
Skinny Men Wells Health Re
newer restores health and vigor cures
dyspepsia impotence sexual debility SI
Bed bugs Fluw Flies roaches ants
bed bugs rats mice gophers chipmunks
cleared out by Rough on Rats loc
Emorys Little Cathartic Pills are suf
ficiently powerful for the most robust
yet the safest for children and weak con
stitutions 15 cents eodw7
Banner Butter
I am the agent in this city for the cel
ebrated Bailie Banner Butter Crackers
the best in the market Call and try it
John Wheklek
Something old Allens Billious Phys
icActs quickly relieves promptly and
never fails to cure sick headache and con
stipation 25 cunts large bottle at all
druggists codwl
Papillon Skin Cure Papillon Catairh
Cure Papillon Cough Cure and Papillon
Blood Cure are sold by J James Wood
and J C Pecor Co who will explain
the nature of tho remedies with pleasure
also furnish pamphlets
A card To all who are suffering from
errors and indiscretions of youth ner
vous weakness early decay loss of man
hood c I will send a receipe that will
cure you free of charge This gieat
remedy was discovered by a missionary
in South America Send self addressed
envelope to Rev Joseph T Inman
Station D New York ml5deodwly
mm
Clean Your Beds
I have one of the cold blast feather
renovators It will cleanse the feathers
of moth dust putrid and animal matter
enliven them and tljey will have the es
sential qualities of new feathers Tho
machine will be here for thirty days All
orders left with mo will receive prompt
attention jl8d4teod Henry Ort
Lending Members
of the dramatic and music professions
testify to the beautifying influence of So
zodont upon the teeth Personal come
liness is a positive capital to public per
formers and find that tho use of Sozo
dont materially seconds tho natural
charm of a pleasing face Let all who
wish to avert tho disaster sure to over
take neglected teeth try a now departuro
and cleanse them regularly with this
agreeable preservative
A Cure of Pneumonia
Mr D H Barnaby of Oswego N Y
says that his daughter was taken with a
violent cold which terminated with pneu
monia and all tho best physicians gave
the case up and said sho could live but a
few hours at most Sho was in this con
dition when a friond recommended Dr
Wrn Halls Balsam for the Lungs and
advised her to try it She accepted it as
a last resort and was surprised to find
that it produced a marked change for tho
bettor aud by persevering in its use a
euro was affected
A Fair Offer
The Voltaic Belt Company of Marshall
Mich offer to send Dr Dyes Celebrated
Voltaic Belt and Electric Appliances on
trial for thirty days to men old and
young afllicted with nervous debility
lost vitality and many other diseases
See advertisement in this paper eodw
i
Wills World Worm Candy is in use
all over the United States and in no case
has it failed to act promptly and satis
factorily It is a mild and pleasant rem
edy and contains no medicine that your
family physician wolud refuse to pre
scribe It can be had at all drug stores
BORN
To the wife of Mr John Payne of East
Maysville Thursday June 19th A fine daugh
terweight nine pounds
RETAIL MARKET
Corrected dally by R B Lovbl grocer aud
produse dealer Nos 60 and 52 Market street
Maysville Ky
GROCERIES
Coffee yit 15J20
Molasses old crop lb gal 60
Molasses faucy new y gal 70
Sugar yellow lb 77
Sugar extra C V tb 7fl8
Sugar A tb 8
Sugar granulated V lb 8g9
Sugar powdered per lb 10
Sugar New Orleans V lb 77k
Teas Tfl lb 4091 00
Coal Oil head light gal 20
PROVISIONS AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
Apples per peck 50300
Bacon breakfast TO lb 12Vgi4
Bacon clear sides per tb lSjjl3
Bacon Hnnisl tb 1018
Bacon Shoulders per tb 10
Beats Trtgal 4Cr50
Butter 10 20
Chickens each 20ffl30
Apples dried per lb 8k
Peaches dried per lb 8w
Eggs V uoz 15
Flour Limestone per barrel 7 00
Flour Old Gold per barrel 7 00
Flour Maysville Faucy per barrel 6 25
Flour Mason CoHUty per barrel 6 25
Flonr Royal Patent per barrel- 6 50
Flour Urihum per sack 50
Flour Magnolia Family per burtel 6 75
Honey per lb 15820
Hominy l gallon 20
Meal8 peck 25
Lardm 12V
Onions per pek tttosr
Potatoes peck 40
MAYSVILLE COAL MARKET
Correced by Owens Parker Co pro-
piietnrs of the Maysville Coal Elevators
Voughioghgheny elevator 12c delivered 12c
Kanawha semi cauuel 10c delivered lie
Po uerny 9c delivered Uic
Nut 7e delivered 8c
ANOUNCKMENTN
For Judge f the Superior Court
We are authorized to niinnuniv that Hon
THOMAS TUKNHRof Montvotnery County
I a oiiiKlIiluie for Judge of the Superior Court
In thlsjudlclil district
For School Superintendent
We are authorized to announce that Mr
THOMAS M WOOD of this city is a candl
date for Superintendent of Common Schools
for Mason County at the ensuing August
election Your support Is so lcited
We are authorized to announce that L W
GA1BRAITH Is u caudldate for County Su
perintendent of Common Schools for Maou
County Your support Is solicited
WANTED
RANTED A good cook apply Immedi
ately lO W U lllvlllMU Jouit
r ANTED The ladles to know that 1 have
TT removed to the room over Runynn
Hookers dry goods store Cutting nud fitting
pmmptly done In the beststvle
J2ldlW MRS J B PADDOCK
FOR RENT
RENT The Morrison residence In
17OR
1 Chester apply to JNO M STOCKTON
Real Estate Ageutj jajdtf
171 OR RENT-Two-story brick house of eight
looms on Second street below Wall Ap
to GEORGE H HE1SER J2ld2t
IjlORUBNi We still have a huge amount
ot fine grass land for lent at low rate
and would like to have two hundml and fifty
aiyes of blue grass seed gathered on the
shares Apply to WALL SMOOT admin
istrators Slack P O Ky JKJdwlmw
FOR SALE
17OU SALE Fltteen sash of twenty four
lltrlit s each and two doors Apply to
GEORGE H HEISER J21d2t
F
OR SALE Fine baby carriage at a low
price Appiy at tins omce jciiteoa
FOR SALE I have twnty tlve beautiful
building lots In the Fifth ward above
high water aWoten In the First ward veiy
low aud on easy terms
JNO M STOCKTON
J23d2t Real Estate Agent
LOST
OST Spotted setter pup three or four
I j months old head and ears bluck has tip
otj udot his tall Rewaid paid If returned
to W B PARRY 19 Market street J26tf
STOLEN From my clothes while bathing
Monday uluht a sllvor watch No 21174
Three dollars paid if returned to HENRY
MERGARDJR lt
On Second street on Monday nu
LOST
Ouyx locket bearing the lncrusted letter
P and set with diamonds Reward paid If
returned to this olllce J23d3t
F
FOUND
OUND A bunch of keys Apply at this
omce Jibuti
vroneE
To Builders and Contractors
ea
eil FroDosals
will be received until Sntnrdny Juno 29
for the tearing down and rebuilding the
school house In district No 9 known as
Franklin Semlnery near Fern Leaf Plans
and specifications may be found nt the store
or J J Thompson Co House to bo com
pleted by the first Monday in September
ISAAC REESE
23d It Secretary Building Committee
lYSPEPSIA
After 53 years practice I have found
a Positive and Permanent Cute lor
this fearful disease and all derange
ments of the digestive organs Seud
for testimonials Half pint bottles SI
six for S3 1K W W OKKCiUKY
lOdwliu Chuilotte North Carollua
TR W H M OORES
DENTIST
Office Second Street
Maysville My
c
AHHON
Bh1
PHOTOGRAPHER
Second street next door to Dr MartlnH
aplfldly MAYSVILLE KY
TRS SMITH A WARDLE
DENTISTS
Office Court Street
apiedly Maysville Ky
A
G BKOWMN6 M D
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office and residence south east corner of
Third and Sutton streets Will give special
attention to diseases peculiar to females
apl4dly MAYSVILLE
pADIi D ANDEBSOBT
DENTIST
R
NoMmrket8tnearlyopp Central Hotel
Office Open at all Hour MAXaVILLS XT
niayl31yd
rR HEWITT C FRANKLIN
Dentist
Office Second Street next
door to Bank of Maysville
T BLAUEBOBOUOH
Headquarters for
Clocks Silver Goods Jewelry
The Boss Waltham Watch Store All work
promptly and satisfactorily done Second
Street east of Market ap25dly
TAMK8 SMITH JR
FAINTER
Paper Hanger and Glazier Decorations a
specialty Work promptly and satisfactorily
done Headquarters at J C Pecor Cos
drug store mch27dGm
Try CK80N biobon co
Dealers In
Dry Goods Groceries
Notions Hardware and Queensware
ISaptf Uermantown Ky
PONJ5W A ALLEN
STOVES GRATES TINWARE
mantel9 etc Sole agents for the celebrated
Omaha and Leader stoves Roofing and gut
tering promptly and satisfactorily done Cor
ner of Manket and Third streets ARGlas
cocks old stand apU6dlw
TAMES CARR
Successors to Thomas Jackson
Livery Sale and Feed Stables
Street flack orders promptly attended to at
all times Fiuest and latest style Turnouts
Horses bought and sold on Commission Mar
ket St four doors below Central Hotel al28
jyj DAVIS
tURNISinrVG GOODS and
Hats Caps Trunks and Valises The latont
fallstylesjust received
Market St ap6dly MAYSVILLE KY
O OlT KICIIESON
Dealer In Staple and Fancy
G BOOEEIES
has REMOVED from his old stand to tha
building on Second street lately occupied br
Charles H Frank aplSdly
I lh LOU POWL1NK
FASHIONABLE MILLINEK
Fall Hats Millinery Goods Bonnets Rib
bons Flowers and Millluery Goods generally
Entire satisfaction guaranteed in all cases
Second opposite Opera House may lly
TTAKUINC A CLARKE
W5 TIIK FASHIONABLE 5
DRESS MAKERS
Court Street over Miss Lou Peaices millinery
store Patterns cut to order ruaylOd
Estatalislaed 3SG5
EQUITY GROCERY
G W GEISEL
So 9W Second St Opp Opera Hons
Fruits and Vegetables In season Your patron
age respectfully solicited flidly
TOHN T FLEMING
INSURANCE AGENCY
Represents the London and Liverpool and
Glbe German American of New York and
Pheulx of Brooklyn Also agent for Blua
Lick Water Olllce corner of Front and Sut
ton streets apU7dly
0 J DAUGIIEKTYS
Marble Granite and Freestone Yard
Monumental and Building Workman Mon
umeuts Tablets aud Tombstoues Cemetery
Posts and Hearth Stones on- hand No J
west Second street Maysville lOapl ly
B OLDHAM
k
PLUMBER
Sanitary Engineer Gas and Steam fitter
Dealer In plumbers goods Pumps Hose
Sewer Pipes Lead audi Iron Piping Steam
aud Water Gauges No 8 west Second street
opposite Gelsels grocery
aplTdly MAYSVILLE KY
O
WENS A 11ARKLEY
Nos 67 and 69 Second and 16 Sutton streets
have Just received a large stockof Improved
VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS
the greatest labor saving Implement ever of
fered to farmers The best tohacco hoes and
tobacco barn hardware of all kinds aplia
O PItING AND SUMMER
avEiXsXii2xrun sr
I wish to announce to the ladles that I have
Just received a large nud elesaut assortment
of new Spring and Summer Millinery Goods
consisting of Hats Bonnets Feathers FIow
ers Laco goods etc and would respectfully
ask them to cull and examine
MRS M ARCHDEACON
dtf East Market Street

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