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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
TUESDAY 1SVR, MARCH, 7, 1882.
To aid the worthy enterprise,
The ladies huve ia view
The building of tho Cheater Church-Id
what we ought to do,
'T'will brlng.a bright spot to our lives,
Llkoaunshino through the'rlft,
So salnta and sinners, .one and all ,
Let's give that Church a lift,
Our friends at Aberdeen are intormed
that they can procure the Daily Bulletin
at Charles Rains' news depot, on Main
Five prisoners escaped from th.e station
house between midnight and daylight this
morning, by breaking a lock that secured
one of the doors.
Mr. S. J'. Daughkrty, who has had a
life time experience in the stone cutting
business, is prepared to fill promptly and
in asatisfactory manner all orders entrusted
to him. lie has on hand now a large
stock of headstones and monuments,
which he will sell at the most reasonable
prices. He invites an inspection of his
The-ladies of East Maysville and the
vicinity will give a supp.or and rag-ball
party, on Friday and Saturday evenings,
next, for the purpose of raising money to
finish the new M. E. Church, South, in
Chester. The East E id Reed and Cornet
Band will furnish tho music. This move
of the ladies is one that deserves substantial
encouragement and is to bo hoped the
call for aid will meet with a generous response.
Mr. Harry Taylor, the City Clerk, has
learned from Frankfort that the legislation
asked by the Maysville Water Company,
of which mention is made in the
council proceedings elsewhere, is that the
water company shall bo authorized for
the purpose of improving, fcc, to Create liabilities,
either by issuing bonds secured
by mortgage upon its works, lands, &c, or
to borrow money on negotiable paper issued
by the company in good faith.
Mrs. L. V. Davis, formerly of this city,
is now in the east purchasing for her large
millinery house in Cincinnati. Miss S. E.
Durain, so well known to the ladies of
Maysville as an artistic trimmer, has been
in New York several weeks, studying prevailing
patterns and styles, and she will
return with Mrs. Davis next week. We
are sure those of onr lady readers who visit
Cincinnati will nowhere find more elegant
goods than those at the establishment of
Mrs. Davis, No. 151 West Fourth Street.
Miss Julia A. Hunt, will appear at
Washington Opera House" to-morrow
(Wednesday) evening in Sydney Rosen-field's
romantic dram.i, Florinel. It will De
produced hero under the supervision of
the author. Miss Hunt will sustain the
title role,as created by her with unqualified
success at tho ' Chestnut Street Theatre,
Philadelphia and throughout the West.
She will be supported by an entirely new
company of metropolitan artists. There
will bo a matinee performance at 2 o'clock
Tho Accident Insurance Company, represented
at this place by M. F. Marsh, is
the oldest company of the kind in America,
and tho largqst accident company in the
world. It is a sound company and persons
of all occupations,-if prudent, will
secure a yearly policy. These policies
will cost from five to twenty dollars a
thousand, according to,, ycti "occupation
and the weekly 'indemnity, depends upon
the amount of the policy.' Don't wait to
bd solicited 'but ',secure,la- policy without
delay., t . ' . k i ..,?.,
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Coucil Procee dings.
The board met at the usual hour on
Thursday evening, Messrs. Hall and Pearce
absent, and Dr, Phister in tho chair.
The monthly reports of the city officers
were presented as follows:
Ffnes assessed by mayor $ 70 02
Finescollected by marshal 26 02
Flno collected by marshal-on old bonds.. 12 00
Taxes collected by marshal, Jan. and Feb. 167 04
Not 27S 55
The following claims were presented and
Maysville Gas Company ! $223 58
Mrs S. A, Mills. 80 00
Richesoji &.Bro groceries 4 50
T. J.Curley, repalis 1 GO
H. January, relief to paupers '. 6 60
J Brophy and others, work 130 80
B. Lally, breaking rock 4 50
M. Crow, breaking rock 4 75
J. O'Donnell, breaking rock, 11 75
J. Coleman, breaking rock 10 50
G. W. Lloyd, rock 4 50
K.Taylor, rock .'5 20
A.Honan.rock 12 50
F. Kuble, rock 7 50
John Combeis, rock 8 CO
R. Middleton, rook 8 CO
J. Chambers, rock 9 50
J. P. Phibter, vaccinations 10 50
H. F Farrow, " 5 00
H. K. Adainson; " 4 75
C. T. Kneoran & Co, coal 1 80
A, C. Kesposs, inmber - 3 00
H. G. Smooth, dry goods :j 99
J, C. Owens & Co, coal 11 25
Total 5567 57
The marshal was directed to enforce the
ordinance prohibiting boats from depositing
ashes on the grades.
Building permits were granted as follows
: A. B. Greenwood, frame washhouse;
C. B. Poyntz, frame house, Third street ;
Thomas J. Stephens, frame dwelling, fifth
ward ; W. B. Mathews, corn crib.
On motion of Mr. Dawson it was ordered
that whenever the citizens along the line
of Patton Alley, from Front to Second
street, comply with their agreement to
contribute $100 to the work, that the committee
on Internal improvements are instructed,
as soon as practicable, to grade,
repair or macadamize said alley between
The Maysville Water Company having
applied to the legislature for a repeal of a
certain section of their charter, the clerk
was instructed to write to Frankfort and
ascertain the nature of the legislation
John Buckner, George Wood and
David Barnes, all colored, met at Crawford's
store on Sunday afternoon, and after
drinking a good deal of liquor, went to a
stable near by to play cards. They soon
got to quarreling over the money they
had bet, and Buckner and Barnes drew
pistols and Wood a knife. Wood took
Buckner's pistol from him after which the
latter left the building. Barne3 and Wood
got on their horses ond left for their
homes and were followed by Buckner to
recover his weapon. Wood turned and
fired three shots at him. Constable W.
L. Mo ran who happened to bo in the
neighborhood, arrested the men and took
them before Magistrate W. L. Ilolton for
trial. Buckner and Barnes were found
guilty of carrying concealed deadly weapons
and were held to answer the charge at
the next Circuit Court. All three were
adjudged guilty of and
fined for that oflense. Buckner and Wood
were fined for unlawful gaming.
Washington, C. D., March 7th, 1882.
Tho President has .received a letter from
Mr. Conkling declining tho position of
Associate Judge of the Supreme Court to
which ho had been nominated and confirmed.
Tho letter has not been made
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PERSONALS. . . . .
Points About People Here andElscwhere.
JRe,Y. W. Dudley Powers? rgpipsentating
Limestone Lodge No. 36 K. of P., will
visit MaJ'or,Thos:'Mahnefr.''at Lexington,
w - : i ':-..
Owing to the inclemency of the weather
our attendance at the M. E. Sabbath school
was only abont half of its usual size. Wo have
fifteen clases, twelve teachers were present,
four officers present and one absent. Number
of pupils present sixty-five, teachers and officers
sixteen, total eighty.
Missionary $7 59
Little Pilgrims 12
Bright Jewels 80
Pearl Gatherers 2o
Star of Hope I)
Dew Drops 7
Bow of Promise 8
Kose of Sharon 48
Band of Hope 13
Earnest Workers p.
Eureka ." I
Little Sunbeams 2r)
Helping Hands 6 13
Busy Bees 6 28
Donated by the Women's Foreign Missionary
Society C 00
Total 28 24
This is an unusually good collection. Next
week wo will give the names of the officers and
teachers with tho number of pupils.
Our band was out serenading a few evenings
ago and their playing was good. We leel proud
of our boys.
Seyeral new additions are being put to different
houses here in town. Guess they are
getting ready for the Columbus and Maysville
UUI1 cicuwuu .my Will UG ueiu. UIIUUUUl (
aro plenty for the various town and township i
offices to be filled. How friendly they are !
Shake as they never shook before and won't
know you after the election is over if they got
Many of our friends are getting their ground
in oider for gaidens. We learn of some having
already planted a few onions, potatoes, lettuce,
&c. Tho heavy rains Saturday nightand Sunday
has brought some of them up (out of the
Mrs Balis Farley lost two set rings Wednesday,
February 28th. She will give a liberal reward
to tne person who will return them to
The big meeting closed Mouday night one pet -son
Joined by letter,
Hamer Botts. who was badlv hurt while
coasting on a sled, when we had our last snow,
has so far recovered to bo able to take his place
in school again. Ho says he won't coast any
more this winter.
Onr Temperance society will meet in the M.
E. Church, Wednesday evening. An address
will be given by Albert Botts. Everybody is
Wm Bradford of California, gave a temperance
lecture Sunday night last in the Baptist
T. Ellis our brother news gatherer for the
Maysville Republican carries his head very
gracefully to one side cause stiff neck. Likewise,
Rev C W Cooper Is on the sick list.
Many persons are at work-making gardens.
Mrs Shelton Evans is slowly recovering from
a severe attack of pneumonia.
Thomas Wormald loft Monday night fot
Allen Vautlne has rented the Morrison farm
and has sown three large tobacco beds. He
contemplates raising a largo crop of the weed.
Thomas limes, who lias been suffering from
rheumatism of the heart, Is recovering slowly.
H J Evans is talking of selling his property
and moving to Augusta. Chester will lose a
A reunion of tho pupils of the Chester school
will take place at the school house next Tuesday
ovenlng. Pkn and Ink.
Heavy reduction in iresh oysters, fish
and canned goods. John Wheeler.
Imd 31, Market street.
At Aberdeen, Ohio, March 4, 1882. by Massio
Beasley, ebq., Miss M AUGIE DUNN of Louisville,
Ky to Mr. JAMES WOOD, of Lewis
In thlscity.Tuesday, March 7, 1882, Mrs.M. A.
HAUQKE, of consumption.
' TO-DAY'S MARKETS.
' ' CHlCAQOl' ' ''.'
April wheat 1 1 2'1
; nork io oo
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Corrected daily by Q. W. Geihel, grocer, Second
street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone $ 8 25
Maysville Family 7 SO
Maysville City 8 00
Mason County 7 56
Ellzaville Family 7 23
Butter, B lb 3.j40
I ard.m Ulfi
Eggs, $ doz, , 15
Meal 31 peck 2-5
Turkeys dossed lb 10(al2
Buckwheat, ft to 4lAH
Molasses, fancy 80
Coal Oil, 11 gal 20
Sugar, granulated 31 lb W.
" A. 31 tb .-. H
" yellow 11 lb !)10
Hams, sugar cured $Ub H1G
Bacon, breakfast ft b H15
Hominy, ft gallon 25
Beans, ft gallon o0
Potatoes ft peck 40
p ra i re
"Accidents will happen." 1 hey often auo
great loss of time and money. Insure, then, in
the Travelers' Accident Insurance Company.
A 32,000 policy costs little more than two cents
Stove and Tin Store,
WEST SIDE OF MARKET.
Having purchased the intetest of CharlcN
Tudor in t lie Stive and Tinware business. 1
will continue the business at the old stand
West side of Market street. I am prepated to do
Roofing, Guttering, Spiting ail Tin Work
ot all kinds on the most reasonable terms.
made and repaired on shoit notice. Persons
needing anything in my line will please uive
me a call. marl) THOS.TUDOU.
Fine Farm for Sale.
any duv. Tne lunn lies in one
tulle of Mlllerhuig, on Cane Kid:r i ike;
contains 1.S2V, ACRUS OF (1001) iAND finely
improved, huge brick buggv house, ice
house, and other outbuildings; laig mule or
tobacco barn; young menard ot excellent
fiuit: 40 acres in wheat I wish to 11 torlh.
with. Payment easy. C. K. TUItNKR.
marOlt Mllli'rsburs. Ky.
Notice of Dissolution.
'IHE llrm of C. W. A l TUDOR lias this day
1 been dissolved bv m itual C VV.
Tudor retiring theretrom Thorns Tudor will
continue the Tin and S ovc b collect
all debts owing and pay all litbil tie-; of
said firm. I'. W TUDOR,
m61m 'VI IPS. TUDOR.
All my purchases have been made direct from
manufacturers and importers. lam propared
to sell, and will sell as low as any reliable houso.
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPEGIALTY AT ALL HOURS.
J. JAMES "WOOD.
Maysville, Ky., No, 47 Second'st., ' cor. Mnrkr
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