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THE DAILY BULLETIN
WEDNESDAY EVE JULY 9 1884
BOSSES ft MoCABTHY
Publishers and Proprietors
To Whom Address All Communications
TnR3E lines to duy
80 short and sweet
Moan that wove got
Blue ribbon wheat
There will bo a dance at East End
Park to night Good music and good
order
i
Two hundred convicts aro to be put to
work immediately on the water reservoirs
at Lexington
Col Ohablks A Marshall of Wash
ington is said to have the finest barn of
tobacco in the county
The sixty first annual meeting of the
Bracken County Bible Society will be
Held at Augusta next Sunday the 13th
instant
An old sow walked off with a water
melon from Mr A D Mitchell store on
Second street this morning The band
begins to play
The Bank of Maysville is to bo sup
plied with new desks and handsome new
furniture That in use now is advertised
for sale elsewhere in this paper
New wheat brought seventy five cents
a bushel in Maysvillo yesterday Hun
dreds of acres in this county will produce
as much as forty bushels to tho aero
A womans excuse for joining the
Mormons was that it was better to bo
the fifth wife of a man who could support
her than tho solo wife of u man who
couldnt
We were shown this morning a sample
of Mr Wm E Roes crop of Fultz wheat
It is very fine and yielded twenty two
bushels to the acre Tho crop has not yet
been sold
Frank Young the colored boy who
was accidentally shot by Wm Gillaspie
on Saturday at Carlisle has since died
A mob of eighty negroes sought to kill
Gillaspie but he escaped
Mr E Bissetts flower garden in
which he takes much pride and which
contained many costly flowers that can
not bo replaced was destroyed by hogs
this morning It is a serious loss to him
A picked nine of this city under tho
command of Capt D Shafer will play a
game of base ball with the Maysvillo
club at East End Park on Friday the
11th inst or the benefit of Thomas
Boyce The game will be called at 230
in the afternoon
The Ripley Fair begins August 26th
and closes on tho 29lh The Rev T De
Witt Talmage of Brooklyn N Y will
deliver an address on the second day and
other attractions aro announced of more
than usual interest It promises to be a
very successful meeting of tho associa
tion
The most successful counterfeit of tho
dime is said to be raatlo of glass mixed
with some base metal by a process un
known to ordinary workers in metal and
glass Tho counterfeit looks exactly like
the genuine ton cent pieco but on being
struck with a hammer it is crushed to
pieces
The law forbidding garbage to bo de
posited in tho streets of this city is to be
rigidly enforced and a notice to that
effect has been printed and posted about
town by Mayor January As the friends
of tho hogs can no longer claim that they
are useful as scavengers why not put
them out of the city
The Yeoman says Miss Etna Prather
of Fleming County a sister of W V
Prathor appeared yesterday before tho
State Board of Examiners and passed a
very creditable examination She was
granted tho State Diploma and will
prove a valuable addition to tho corps of
common school teachers
The Coolest of tlio Cool Tilings on Earth
When tho Biunmor boat is raging the
coolest thing to imagine is tho feelings of
ono who draws the first capital prize of
75000 in the Louisiana State Lottery
Company on an investment of only 5
Tho next event tho 170th occurs on
Tuesday July 15 when 205500 will bo
scattered broadcast M A Dauphin
New Orleans La will givo all informa
tion desired
The business of Messrs J II Hall
Co proprietors of the Eaglo Plow Works
will hereafter bo conducted by a joint
stock company composed of tho present
members of tho firm under tho namo of
Tho James II Hall Plow Company Tho
organization was eflcoted on tho 1st of
July under a charter obtained from tho
Legislature in 1878 Tho business under
tho careful and intelligent management
of Mr Hall aided by his sons 1ms boon
a very successful ono and tho works aro
second in importanco to none in tho
West Thoy were established by Mr Hall
in 1840
CHICAGO
Latest News from the Democratic Con
Tcution
Special to Daily Bulletin
Chicago July 8 Never in tho pre
vious history of tho city was there
more political enthusiasm among the
populace The Exposition building
where the convention is held was
thronged with people long before the
proceedings opened At 1243 p m the
Chairman of the National Committee
called the convention to order and in
troduced Governor Hubbard of Texas
who was selected temporary chairman
without opposition He delivered a stir
ring address bitterly arraigning the Re
publican party The speech evoked
great applause especially when the
fraud of 187G was referred to Smiley
of Vermont moved that the rules of the
last convention be adopted Grady a
Tammanite submitted an amendment
against permitting the forcing of the unit
rule Much excitement ensued Fellows
declared that foul play was intended and
challenged the right of the convention to
defeat the will of New York A point
of order was made that the discussion of
the unit rule was out of order during
the temparary organization but the
chair ruled it in order and Tammany thus
scored the first success A heated de
bate is now progressing
Chicago July 8 The convention for
two hours has been discussing Gradys
amendment Kelly and Fellows from
the same district in New York had a
war of words frequently interrupted by
cheers and hisses Kelly claims to rep
resent one wing of tho Democracy and
Fellows tho other The previous ques
was ordered and tho call of States pro
ceeded Despite the frantic efforts of
Tammany the chair decided that New
York should vote as a unit Accordingly
there was a majority against tho amend
ment and it was lost
PERSONALS
Miss Nettio Armstrong of Lexington
Ky is the guest of Mrs Lewis of the
Fifth Ward
Misses Mamie Kane and Nellie Byrne
of this city are visiting friends in Aber
deen Ohio
Miss Capitola Tully of Mt Carmel is
visiting tho family of Mr Marion Tolle
of Forest avenue
Miss Eva Toup accompanied by Miss
Ida Carpenter of Flomingsburg is visit
ing friends in Augusta
Miss Minnie Harris of Germantown
is tho guest of her sister Mrs Charles
Cooper of East Maysville
Mr Frank Zingerle telegraph operator
of Madisonville is visitinc his uncle Mr
Joseph Brenner of West Front street
Hon L S Luttrell
lion Lncien S Luttrell whoso illness
has been noticed in this paper died at
his home near Helena on Tuesday after
noon He was a prominent and useful
citizen of tho county and twice served tho
public as tho Representative in the
Lowerllonse of tho Legislature besido
filling other offices of trust and honor
A wide circle of friends will learn of his
death with sorrow
The election of tho public school teach
ers for No 100 resulted as follows C G
Harris principal teacher Miss Maria J
Power first assistant Miss Carrie J
Smith second assistant As we have no
hiuh school wo think it necessary to have
a third teacher that Mr Harris may givo
more time to tho higher branches
L D Henderson
Chvs Gordon School Board
Ed E Smith J
What He Thought He Had Better go For
St Pauls Herald
Go for somebody quick Theres u
bug down my back cried a young girl
to her lover in the park Wednesday
evening
41 Hadnt I bettor go for tho bug I ho
s 11 chested
Then she fainted dead away and when
sho had unswooned tho buuluul finished
its evening stroll and gono home
o
Something for Women to Do
Helen Williams In Chicago Express
If I wero on a farm I should raise
quantities of currents and other small
fruits These I would put up in sugar us
jollies jams marmalade etc and I
would make them so beautiful in appear
ance and so free from the deleterious
stuffs now mixed with theso things as we
buy them in tho market that 1 would
create a sale for them on their own merit
so that they would command tho best
prices going This is womnns work
and would secure independence to many
of them if industriously carried out
m
A Paris correspondent says You
must have hoard in connection with the
affair of the Meissonier portarit a good
deal about Mrs Mackay and I dare say
would like to hear more Mrs Mackay
lias a face and figure which Dickons
would havo liked to have sketched in
ono of his gonial and half sentimental
moods It would bo outrageously false
to say sho had classic beauty or anything
statuesque boyond good proportions
She is not tall sho is not imposing but
Bho has a prettily rounded ilguro that
looks well m plain dress or fine clothes
freshness piquancy transparency of dis
position and nothing that shows egotist
ical self assertion or self worship Her
features aro well shaped and regular
though not classical and her eyes aro
full bluish gray and candid
A Now Court Officer
A legal construction walked into a
Did you send for mo judge
Yes Do you want a good easy po
sition
Of course I do
Well then go and stand by tho out
er door and when a woman with a band
ago about hor eyes and a set of scales in
her hands comes up tell her she cant
come in
Is that all
Thats all Its 0 pretty soft job I
dont think she will venture to come
around hero but if she should Id like
to have you handy to shoo her awav
Who is she anyway judge Whats
her name
Well its so long since Ive heard it
blamed if it hasnt slipped my memory
CITY XTB1VCS
Try Langdons City Butter Crackers
Boys low cut shoes 75 cents a pair at
Ransons
I
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
0 7 8 and 9 75 cents per pair at Ran
sons
Twenty five per cent reduction on win
dow shades at J T Kackleys book store
and photograph gallery
For the handsomest and cheapest
French or Curacoa kid hand turned
shoes in the city go to Ransons
Window shades at their lowest 40
cents each complete at J T Kackleys
bookstore and photograph gallery
Rough on Corns Ask for Wells
Rough on Corns 15c Quick complete
cure Hard or soft corns warts bunions
New line wall paper just received at
J T Kackleys book store and plioto
graph gallery j27cktw2w
Rough on Rats Clears out rats
mice roaches flies ants bed bugs
skunks chipmunks gophers loc Drug
gists
Heart Pains Palpitation dropsical
swellings dizziness indigestion head
ache sleeplessness cured by Wells
Health Renewer
Emorys Little Ciithnitic is tho best and
only reliable Liver Pill known never fails
with the most obstinate cases purely veg
etable 15 cents eodw
Banner Butter
I am the agent in this city for tho cel
ebrated Bnilio Banner Butter Crackers
the best in the market Call and try it
John Wheeler
The best known remedy for worms is
Wills World Worm Candy It is in the
form of stick candy and children take it
readily You can get it at any drug
store and when you have once tried it
you will use no other
A Fair Offer
The Voltaic Bolt Company Marshall
Mich ofler to send Dr Dyes Voltaic
Belt and Aappliances on trial for thirty
days to men yoimgorold afllicted with
nervous debility lost vitality and kin
dred troubles See advertiement m the
paper eodw2
The glory of man is his strength If
you aro weakened down through excess
ive study or by early indiscretions Al
lens brain food will permanently restore
all lost vigor and strengthens all the
muscles of brain and body SI six for
So At druggists or by mail from J II
Allen 315 First Avenue New York
city codec w
A card To all whoarosuflbring from
errors and indiscretions of youth ner
vous weakness early decay loss of man
hood c 1 will send a recoipo that will
cure you free of charge This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
in South America Send eolf addressed
envelope to Rev Joseph T Inman
Station D Now York ml5deodwly
Cushioned In Rosy Gums
inclosed in lips that part in smiles like tho
opening rosebud the teeth gleam with
dazzling whiteness if tho charming pos
sessor uses beautifying Sozodont which
cleanses and blanches tho teeth without
abrading their enamel liko mineral prep
arations designed for the same purpose
This agreeably odorous and ealutatary
article not only benefits tho teeth and
enhances tho beauty of tho mouth but
removes canker and remedies ulceration
of tho gums
Lost Faith In Physicians
There are innumerable instances where
cures havo been effected by Scovillos Sar
saparilln or Blood and Livor Syrup for
all diseases of tho blood whon thoy had
been givon ovor by their physicians It
iaono of tho best remedies ovor offered
to tho public and as it is prepared with
tho greatest cure as a specific for certain
diseases it is no wonder that it should bo
more effectual than hastily written and
carelessly prepared prescriptions Tako
this medicino for all disorders arising
from impure blood It is enclosed by
leading professional mon
Papillion Cough Cure cured an infant
only a few weeks old of whooping cough
after a consultation by physicians pro
nounced it boyond recovery It stops the
whoop and allows tho breath to return
For sale by J James Wood and J C
Pecor Co
MnnnmnnM Pniiloulxed Ileof Tnnlc
the only preparation of beef containing Its
entire nutritious properties It contains
blood making force generating and life sus
taining properties Invaluable for Indigestion
dyspepsia nervous prostration and all orms
of general debility also In all enfeebled con
ditions whether the result of exhaustion
nervons prostration overwork or acute dis
ease particularly If resulting from pulmon
ary complaints Caswell Hazard Co pro
prietors Mew York Hold by druggists
satfte3w
Pnre Cod Liver Oil made from selected
livers on the sea shore by Caswell Hazard
Co New York It Is absolutely pure and
sweet Patients who have once taken It pre
fer It to all others Physicians have deefded
It superior to any of the other oils In market
Chapped Bunds Fare Pimple and
rough skin cured by using Juniper TnrS oap
made by Caswell Hazard t Co New York
Janl0thurse3rdw
For Ilynpepnln Indigestion Depres
sion oi Splilts and General Debility la their
various forms also as a preventive Against
Fever and Ague and other Intermittent Fe
vers the Forro phosphornted Elixir
of Lnllfmyu made by Caswell Hazard
Co New York and sold by all druggists Is
the best toulc and for patients recovering
from Fever or other sickness It has no equal
Jnn8tuesAe3dw
RETAIL MARKET
Corrected dally by R B Lovkl grocer and
produce dealer Nos50aud 52 Market street
Maysville Ky
OltOCKKIES
Coffee tb 8 16raV0
Molasses old crop tb gal 60
Molasses fancy new 0 gal 70
Sugar yellow It m 1H
Sugar extra C 0 tb 4 iya
Sugar A V lb 8
Sugar granulated V tb 89
Hucar powdered porlb 10
Sugar New Orleans tb 77
Teas tb 40 1 00
Coal Oil head light H gal 20
PROVISIONS AND COUNTRY PRODUOK
Apples per peck 30310
Uicon breakfast tb WXMU
Iincon clear sides per tb l2dylA
Bacon Huinsv m loQlO
Bacon Shoulders per tb 10
Heoiis rt gal 43Si
HutterTrttb 20v25
Chickens each Uu30
Umles dried ner tb
Peaches dried per lb
Kggs ft uoz
Flour Limestone per barrel
Flour Old Gold per barrel
Flour Maysville Fancy per barrel
Flour ion owiity per barrel
Flour Royal Patent per barrel
Flout Gr bum per suck
Fiour Magnolia Family Durbanel
4
7 HO
7 00
6 25
125
6 6
50
5 75
ttoney por 10 iazu
Hominy ty gallon 20
Meal peck 25
Lard Hib 12
Onions per peak 2G3f
Potatoes V peck 30
MAYSVITLK COAL MAKKKT
Correced by Owens Parkkk Co pro
prietors of the Maysville Coal Elevutors
Youghlogheny elevator lie delivered 12c
Kanawha semi cannel 10c delivered lie
Poiueroy 9c delivered 10c
Nut 7e delivered 8c
ANNOUNCEMENTS
For School Superintendent
Wo are authorized to anuouuee that 1j V
GALBRUTH Is a candidate lor County
of Common Schools lor Mason
County subject to the action of the Demo
critic patty in convention July 1- Your
suppoit Issollclttd
WAITED
WANTED Two pr three uiifurnMted
V rooms Apply at this office JSdtf
AXT ANTED Call and see a lot of plaid
ginghams worth 12 cents reduced toOJi
cents per yard the hampes la towels of a
lame Kastern house at cost a Joo lot ol dress
goods at 10 cents per yard
JKwdlw A It BURGESS
FOR SALE
SVLK The Hank of Maysvillo having
X7OR contracts lor now counters and
desks oilers lor sale tho counters and desks
now lu use to bo dollveied early In August
JDUlw
OR SALE A lot of door sa
IOR etc in tho opurn house
down Immediately Apply to
WORRICK
f
sash blinds
10 ou 101 11
LiA lift K
JMIm
I70R SALE Save your money by Investing
In leal estate Last chauco to buy on
weekly or mommy payments Kioven goon
building lots In Chesier some obovo lilgh
water mark Price 8100 to 5175 Also eight
acres of Hue garden land in upper end of
Charleston Bottom with house and barn for
8850 Apply to M l MARSH Sutton St Jltf
FOR RENT
jiOR RENT A house on Second street
near Wall Apply to o ii iieisuk jH yt
RENT Furnished rooms with ooird
FOR
can be had at reasonable mtes at WM
PEPPERS JySdtf
RENT Two desirable residences on
IOR terms Apply to A M J
COOHRAT iMtt
LOST
A childs gold bnu elott The tiuder
LOST pleasp return It to this oillce JPdtf
Between tho M E Chinch South
LOST tho residence of W H Cox Jr a pair
ol gold spectacles Finder will bo rewarded
by returning to this oillce J1
Half of a five dollar bill torn in two
LOST at this oillce J7llf
TOST Caneo8ngo orange stick with stn
j horn head carved lu shape of mans face
Please leave at this otllce and bo rewarded
The Collegiate School
Removed from 52 West Soventh Street to
to 270 Auburn street Cincinnati Ohio De
lightful location large spacious building
amplegrouuds A boarding and day school
Prepaios t r Collego Sclontlilo schools or bus
iness Modern language Primary Depart
ment Jy2 WM H RIX A M Principal
N
OTICE
All porsons Indobted to the lato WILLIAM
OMARA uro hereby notified to Come for
ward ana sottlo their accounts and thoso
having clnlms against his estato will presout
them duly authenticated for payment
ALICE OMARA
Administrator of Wm OMurn
Juno 27 1881 Jue2diw2w
TOHN U 1MIYNIZ1K
INSURANCE AGENT
Oldest and best Companies Insures for
full vnlue Low rates Losses promptly paid
No discounts No delays Oillce corner Third
and Alurkot streets npl6dly
TAB W 8 MOUKKN
DENTIST
OfUco Second Street
Maysvillo My
HB
p AMMON
photographer
Second street next door to Dr Mnrtlns
apl6dly MAYSVILLE KY
D
R SHIT1I A WARUIiE
DENTISTS
vmco luuil oireei
aplGdly Maysville Ky
BXV
i - --
A BROWNING M
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office and residence south east corner of
Third and Sutton streets Will give special
attention to diseases peculiar to females
apllldly MAYSVILLE
pAUL D ANDERSON
DENTIST
TOHH
UITTT1
No 21 Mmrket St nearly opp Central BoUl
Office Open at all Hour MAXBVILLRKJ
maylSlyd
D
R OEW1TT C FRANKLIN
Dentist
Office Second Street next
door to Bauk of Mnysvllle
SEEK
m
TACOB LINN
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER
ICE CREAM a specialty Fresh bread
and cakes Parties und weddings furnished
on short notice
35 Second st may3dly MAYSVILLE KY
T IIIAKKlIOJtOUUU
Headquarters for
Clocks Silver Goods Jewelry
The Boss Waltham Watch Store All work
promptly and satisfactorily done Second
Street east of Market apJSdly
j AMK8 SMITH Jlt
PAINTER
Paper Hanger nud Glazier Decoratlous a
specialty Work promptly and satisfactorily
done Headquarters at J C Pecor Cos
drug store mch27dtiui
nUINEW fc AliliEN
STOVES GRATES TINWARE
mantels etc Solo agents for the celebrated
Omaha and Leader stoves Roofing and gut
tering promptly and Satisfactorily done Cor
ner of Maidcet and Third streets A R Glas
cocks old stand ap16dlw
r AMES A CARR
Successors to Thomas Jackson
Livery Sale and Peed Stables
Street Hack orders promptly attended to at
all times Finest nud latest stylo Turnouts
Horses bouahtaudsoldon Commission Mar
ket St four doors below Central Hotel al33
TMT DAMN
FURNISHING GOODS nnd
Hats Caps Trunks and Valises The latest
fallstylesjust received
Market St apl6dly MAYSVILLE KY
CJ OIT 1CICHEKON
Dealer in Staple and Fancy
G EOCEEIBS
has REMOVED from his old stand to the
building on Second street lately occupied by
Charles H Frank aplSdly
yt INS LOU 1MIWI1NG
FASHIONABLE MILLINER
Fall Hats Millinery Goods Bonnets Rib
bons Flowers and Millinery Goods generally
Entire satlNtactlon guaranteed lu all cases
Second opposite Opora House raaylly
TTARDING A- CLARKE
fcSTUK KASHIONA1IjK K 4
DRESS MAKERS
Court Street over Miss Lou Peaices millinery
store Patterns cut to order maylOd
Eststtolislxsca 1Q5
EQUITY GROCERY
a W GrEISESL
No 9W Second St Opp Opera Honse
Fruits and Vegetableslu season Your patron
age respectfully solicited
IHdly
TOHN T FLEMING
INSURANCE AGENCY
Represents the Londou and Liverpool and
Glbe German American of New York and
Pheulx of Brooklyn Also agent for Blue
Lick Water Office corner of Front and 8ut
ton streets nplHdly
J DAUGIIERTYN
Marble Granite and Freestone Yard
Monumental and Building Workman Mon
uments Tablets nud Tombstones Cemotery
Posts and Hearth Stones ou hand No 6
west Second street Maysville lOapl ly
BOLDHAM
PLTJMBER
Saultnry Engineer Gas and Steam fitter
Dealer in plumbers goods Pumps Hose
Sewer Plpos Lead and Iron Piping Steam
and Water Gauges No 8 west Second street
opposite Gelsels grocery
apl7dly MAYSVILLE KY
M
F MARSH
ATTORNET AT LAW
JrtNtlco of tlio Fence
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT
Will advortlso and sell real estate No charges
whatever unless a sale Is consummated
Deeds mortgages o written at rotes us low as
any onos Office Librury Building Sutton
street
AWKNS A- UARULET
Nos 57 and 59 Second nud 10 Sutton streets
have Just received a large stock of Improved
VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS
tho greatost labor saving Implement ever of
fered to farmers The best tobacco hoes and
tobacco barn hardware of all kinds npllti

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