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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
TUESDAY EVE., APRIL 4, 1882.
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Now Circuit Court is coming on,
And Juries will be meeting,
We'll see the gay young gambol lers
Across the river fleeting.
They bravo the tiger In his lair,
And set It down as sport,
But they haven't got the courage quite,
To faco the Circuit Court.
Next Monday, County court day, the
Daily Bulletin, as usual, will appear as
a five column paper, and will print and
circulate one thousand copies in this city,
Aberdeen and Chester. Those who desire
to use our columns that day will please
send in their favors as early as possible.
The paper will go to press at noon Monday.
Cikcuit Court begins next Tuesday.
Spring plowing in this county will be
finished this week.
A new and reliable Kid Glove Cleaner
is for sale at Pecor's drug store. It is odorless
and works like a charm. mil ml
The jail at Vanceburg is now empty.
Andrew Jordon, charged with perjury, the
only prisoner, was released on bail Monday.
G. . Judd, real estate agent sold to-day
a tioiise and lot on Limestone street belonging
to "W. O. Holmes, to Mrs. Nora
Shannon for $550.
The Masquerade at Vanceburg last Friday
night was attended by a number of
persons from this city and proved to be a
very pleasant affair.
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Fresh soda, water ice cold, may be had
at Tim Mendell's confectionery on Second
street. His fountain ha3 just been put in
operation for the season.
The race for Captain of the Mason
County Guards lies between Mr. A. C.
Respess and Mr. R. A. Cochrau, Jr. The
candidates for the other offices have not
Oapt. George M. Thompson, the pleasant
proprietor of the A rcadejhas remodeled
the interior of the premises, and it is now
one of the handsomest finished rooms in
the city. The painting and decorating
was done by Frank Haucko, who has no
superior in his line of business, in the
Sensation on Third Street.
Lasl night about eleven o'clock a number
of persons living on Third street between
Limestone and Plum, were aroused
from their beds by the barking of dogs,
which upon investigation was found to bo
caused by the appearance on the street of
a largo white animal, very much resembling
a wolf. It was attacked by about
twenty dogs, but succeeded in beating
them back and gotting away uninjured.
Several persons had a good look at the an
imal but none of them seem to know whatJ
COURT OF CLAIMS.
The Magistrates Consider the Jail Question.
At a called meeting of the Court of Claims
held on Monday, Judge G. S. Wall, presiding,
it was ordered that Joshua B. Burgess,
C. N. "Williams, John W. Tilton, John
L. Whitaker, and Garrett S. Wall, be, and
they are hereby appointed a committee on
behalf of the court of claims, to inspect
the old jail in Maysville and report the
cost of repairing said jail, so that it will
answer the heeds! and requirements of
Mason county. The committee will also
report what it will cost to erect a new jail
upon the old jail site, provided said committee
should deem it practicable to repair
the old jail, or to erect a new one on said
They are also empowered to visit otl'ier
sites, and find the cost of the same, and
rcpost the actual cost of said sites, and report
as near as they can, the relative cost
of erecting a new jail ard jailer's residence
upon the various sites. Said committee is
also empowered to visit jails that have already
been erected within one hundred
and fifty miles of Maysville, and they will
investigate as to the style,cost convenience,
safety and durability of said jails and jailer's
residences, and report to this court.
The actual expenses of said committee to
be paid by this court.
Said committee can recommend any
particular ilan, or any particular site, but
this court reserves the right to decide upon
the location and plan, and no final action
is to be taken, until the May Court of
Claims. Said committee will also report
the price for which the old jail and residence
and lot can be sold, and report
whether or not, the court can make a good
deed to same and confer with the city
council as to same. Said committee is authorized
to employ any competent peoson
to aid it in reporting as above ordered, and
charge to the county, and make a full report
at May Court of Claims; 1882. Also
report as to cost of erecting a work house
in connection with the jail.
Stables ot the Trotting Park.
The following stables are now training
at the Maysville Driving Park, preparatory
to the meeting which begins on the 10th
of May next:
IUGIIAUD YOUNO'S STABLES.
London by Membrino Patchen.
Emma G, by Almoin,
Purltana by Almont.
Strathblalne by Sirathmore.
Cecil by Strathmore.
Carrie by Second Hamlet.
Bluo John by Bald Chief.
Mrs. Campbell by Caliban.
Stranger by Selln.
Jim Allen by 1'ucoral.
MARSH tfc HOOK'S STABLES.
Frentlne by Hamlet.
Cyclone by Caliban.
E. E. Pearce by Belmont.
Mayflower by Whipple.
Jim Hill by Whipple.
Despot by Dictator.
Bettle Miller by Second Almont.
Sallio Brown by Buld Chief
Bottle Bllnu by Second Almont.
Kato Monroe by Monroe Chief.
Short Fellow by Bonner.
These horses are all in fine shape and
are being handled by the best trainers in
Points About People Hero and Elsewhere.
Mr. McDonald representing Messrs. H.
P. McDondald & Bro.s the well known
architects and builders, at Louisville, and
Mr. Gillespie, a representative of tho firm
T. J. Nolan & Son, of Fort Wayne, Ind.,
were-in tho city yesterday, interviewing
tho Court of (Jlaims, on tho subject of the-new
jail. Both firms have erected many
Mr. J. T. Wood, of East Maysville, an d
one of tho best citizens, has accepted a
position as foreman of a large planing
mill at Richmond, Ky., and will remove
there with his family.
THE HOLINESS BAND.
Raid Among the Sinners of Vancoburg.
Vanceburg, Ky., April 4, 1882. This
community is shaking under the commotion
caused by the charge of The Holiness
Band on saints and sinners. These people
are aggressive in their work of
and with full reliance on their holy
mission, dash on with the force of a charge
of Cavalry. The Buleetin man gave them
an audience of nearly an hour when our
good preacher E. C. Pollard announced
The other denominations gave up Sunday
engagements to pay respect to these
earnest Missionaries, who seem cheerful
and happy as children at play, both in and
outjof thechurch. But they areclamorous
enough in declamation to draw crowds to
the buildings, fences, and board piles that
surround the church, and these outside
listeners are as respectful and more
quiet than those within. The rejoicing
over one who repents and joins this band
is singularly lively and deeply impressive
to the spectator?. I accord them sincerity
and a successful mission.
As the names composing this band are
inquired for with interest I herewith give
them and the places of their respective residences.
The leaders' are Mr. and Mrs.
Brooks, of Cincinnati, Mr. Scarlet and wife
of Newport, Mr. Martin and wife. Miss
Tillard, City Missionary, Mrs. Bishop
Morris and "Mr. Whitridge are especially
active from the city.
Moscow sends Rev. McMath, Mr. Looming
and Mrs. Scott. Manchester is represented
by H. C. Cooley and wife, Mrs.
Mary Knowles, and Mr. Naylor. New
Richmond sends Rev. Lee Aultman.
These good people come free of charge
to serve their Lord and Master in saving
souls. The hospitable citizens of Vanceburg
have provided homes for all save
those who prefer to stop at the hotel.
Any people would be fortunate to secuie
such talent and instruction for big money.
But we receive these blessings without
money and without price. Rev. E. C.
Pollard is to be' congratulated on the eminent
success and spiritual gain his agency
brings the people. Lewis.
Prof. McFarland leaves us row.
Mrs Dr Heaton Is still quite ill. We hope she
may soon recover.
Mrs. Sudle Raipo and child, of Newport, Ky.,
are visiting the family of Col. Gua, Simmons.
Simmons' Medicated Well-Water is still In
great demand. It is certainly as good ns represented.
We have tried it and can speak for
Mr John O'Herran has commenced the foundation
of his new house on Ohio Avenue,
Prof Campbell's Rtrlng hand was out last
night discoursing sweet music.
T 1' Ellis and J B Newton spent Sunday in
At the election yesterday tho following
were elected : Spper waid.S McDanlel ;
middle ward, It K Wilson ; lower waul, Dr T
Heaton. Dr Guthrie .vlayor.no opposition;
Win Durrum, Marshal; Treasurer, John
; Justice of the P.ace, there were two to be
elected, Massio Beanie v and Samuel Kvans
were re-elected, Beaslov's vote was Ml ; Riggs'
Evans ','Jjy; Newton's, 12. Exchange.
Peach crop will be large.
Farmers are about through plowing for corn
Henry Thomas has tobacco plants up. Ho
will probably set tobacco by Juno '01 h.
Daniel Insko.of PInhook, Robertson county,
is erecting a now dwelling near Bildgeville.
J. R. Minor, candidate tor County Judge at
tho next August election, was in our village
last Friday asking us for our support.
Uncle Tommy Ke ton, aged about ninety
years has been using tobacco (chewing) for the
last years, until last week having come
to the conclusion that it was only a habit he'd
quit and did so. Pen asd Ink.
The present term ol school closes this week.
Tho postofllco was moved April 1st to J. C.
Mrs. Parte Norrts has gone to Ripley, O., to
learn the millinery trade.
A meeting of tho fair company was held Sat
urday. There Is some talk of this fair being the
Mr. and Mrs. Cooper, T. J. Nolln and H. J
Taylor, of Maysville, and Miss Lizzie De'a
Mater, ot Catlettsburg, were In town Sunday.
Patrick Clayton and Wm. Fields, of
aspirants for the ofllce ol County Judge,
were in town Saturday.
John H. Eriou who lav been working near
Paris for some time, hud the misfortune ot cut
ting his knee severely.
Our town has its faults, but wo think no com
munity is moro willing, to extend nospi amy
to those in need ol it, than on vs. Ouo of t)u extreme
cases of destitution, occunwl here recently.
A paper wasclrculatedandfundsr.ilsed
sufficient to givo the victim proper care. Dot.
Corrected dally by G. W. Gkihkl, grocer, Second
street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone $ H 25
Maysville Family 7 50
Maysville City 8 CO
Mason County 7 50
Ellzavllle Family 7 2fi
Butter, 1 tb. 30:ir
Lard, tltfi llGjlfi
Eggs, 1 doz lo
Meallji peck 25
Turkeys dressed lb 1012
Buckwheat, 1 lb lxA
Molasses, fancy J
CoarOil, ft gal 20
Sugar, granulated "$1 tt IV.
4 A.1 tb...v II
" yellow lb 918
Hams, sugar cured $) tb Ll15
Bacon, breakfast $ lb Il15
Hominy, gallon 20
BeaDS TJ1 gallon 50
Potatoes Til peck ..... 40
IjMMt SAaL.II No. 1 Seed Oats, N. i Corn for
feed. At JOS H. DODSON'S
ID and 21 Sutton St.
I7mSAL.E I will oiler for sale next county
. court day, April 10th, twenty Cotswold
ewes and lambs and one fresh milk cow,thre(
fourths Alderney. al Awlt G. C. GOGGIN.
good farm o 2m) acres of
7 excellent tobacco land with good dwelling
and tobacco barn. Apply at
mar2Udi&w2w THIS OFFICE.
JO.NT! LOS'l'l good (it if you
j do mqI leave your orders with the- Filth
WardTaflor. mar.mi J H WKDDING.
a list ol tho celebrated AVElULL
READV MADE PAINT-, In h lf gulh us
and gallons, all colors, which I will ehf.se out
cheaperthanevorforCA.SH, In lots to suit buyers.
L. (.'. It LA r I Ml MAN.
ap4d&w2f'' Pearce & Wallingtoni's Dank.
T. J. CURLEY,
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,
dealer in Bath Tubs, H.sdi;nl Pumps. Iron
and Lead Pipe, Globe. Augiennd Check Vaiven,
Rubber Hose and iSeuui I'ipe. All vok warranted
and done when piomiMd. .Si cond street,
opposite White & Oi l's. ap3
OynterH. Fish, Uamc, Forfiyu unit l
Frill is, CuiiikmI UoihI, cte.
FRKSH FISH at (5, and H cents a pound,
DAILY. Canned go ds at ureatly
reduced prices. apltfd.
Tuesday Eve., Apri! 4th.
GRAND EVENT OF THE SEASON.
MAYSVILLE MUSICAL CLUB
In Gllbort and Sullivan' Popular Opera,
Given for tho benefit of the
Introducing tho largest chorus evr seou upon
the stage In this city, under the direction of
Dr. J. T. STRODE.
O AST :
Sir Marmadulco Polntdextre.. . W. TI. January
Alexis B. R. Blaine
Dr. Daly W.O. Miner
N ta'ry G. B. Thomas
John Wellington Wells It. A. Cochran, Jr
Lady Miss Nellie Albert
Aline Miss Anna Douglas January
Mrs. Partlet Miss Lucie Sulsor
Constance Miss Lizzie Cox
Chorus of Peasantry,
Act I Grounds of Sir Marmituuico's Mansion.
Ac! ItMarket Pluoeof Ploverle gh.
Time The Present Day.
Accompanist Miss Katy Blalterman.
General Admission 60 cents. Reserved Seats,
75 cents. Tickets for silo and seats reserved at
John Taylor's Postofllce News Depot.
fcf in $9ftP day at home. Samples wort
J)J III pU$j ree. .vddress A Oo;
Portland, Maine. marSUly