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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
TUESDAY EVE., APRIL U, 1882.
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A SUCCESSFUL LAWYER.
"He heaped the logic pile on pile, tho evidence
The counsel on the other sido he hinted was a
Ho said his client was a gentleman
And that his side had never paid their witnesses
He lold them of the orphans' moans, tho base
And, piling pathos mountain deep, moved all
the court to tears,
He said : '1 came not here for fame, not yet for
paltry gold ;
But Justice is a thing, my friend, that never
can bo sold.'
And then at the rascality filled with indignant
Declared the act unparalleled In any previous
He said that such a prejured wretch ne'er
breathed beneath tho sun,
And, rising in his legal might, asked that the
right be done
He quoted Blackstone, Chltty, Bumm, that no
ono could dispute,
And said his chain of reasoning' no lawyer
He told tho 'honest, lawful men' to Judge alone
And not ho swayed by empty speech and mere
He wound up with a 'glowing sceno' that
moistened every eyo,
And took his seat to meditate on his stupendous
Real estate is in demand in Maysville
Circuit court is in session, Judge Cole
It is feared the freez last night has
injured tho fruit.
The vegetable gardens suffered by the
freeze last night.
Good horses are scarce here and in demand
at fair prices. .
Tub jail committee will meet again at
Judge Wall's office nuxt Saturday.
The spring trade in Maysville has
opened well and promises to continue
brisk during tho season.
A recii'h fqjr lemon pie vaguely adds :
" Then sit on a stovo and stir constantly."
Just as if anybody could sit on a stove
without stirring constantly.
Turner Randolph, colored, was arrested
late yesterday afternoon, charged with
being drunk, disorderly and resisting an
officer. His trial takes place this afternoon
before Mayor January.
William Green, colored, was fined in the
Mayor's court this morning, three dollars,
for being drunk and disorderly. For carrying
a concealed deadly weapon ho was
fined twenty-five dollars and sent to jail
for ten days.
The strange animal that has caused such
a sensation in Maysvillo for several weeks
past was out again last night, nndalthough
it was shot at several times at.short rango,
it escaped apparently without injury and
disappeared tfs usual. Two or three dogs
that attackod.it were badly mutilated.
The circulation of the .Daily Bulletin,
although it has just entered the fourth
month of its existence has reached four
hundred and fifty copies. The favor our
paper has met with from the people of
Maysville and tho neighborhood encourages
us in tho desire to give to our readers
a larger and better journal at no increase in
the present price of subscription. To do
this it is necessary that we should have a
larger advertising patronage than the paper
now has, and to induce its bestowal
that we may carry out our design of enlarging
the paper and improving it in interest,
we offer the following low rates of
Ono inch, six months $ 3 OO
Ono inch, oncycur 5 00
advertising for the present year.
At these rates no advertisement will be
taken for a shorter period than the time
specified. The advertisements will bo subject
to the usual changes, and will be
entitled to liberal editorial favors. The
success of our advertisers is our success,
and this idea will govern our relations
with all advertisers. We ask the business
men of Maysville to aid us in the enterprise
of printing a daily paper thai? will be
a credit to our growing community.
Points Abont People Here and Elsewhere.
Col. Bob Lynn, of Cincinnati, was in
Mr. Jules B. Kampe of Cincinnati is
visiting friends in this city.
Mrs. C. L. Stanton and Miss Daisy Stanton
have returned from Covington.
Mrs. Margaret Ravencraft is very ill
with fever at the hon'ie of Mr. J. II. Arthur,
Robberies by the James Gang.
The bank and train robberies committed
by tho James gang are as follows :
Columbus, Ky ? 15,000
Eliznhethtown, Ky 20,000
Huntington, W. Va ifl.OOO
Liberty, Mo 12,000
Corydon, Iowa 0,000
St. Geneviovo, Mo ! 17,000
Corinth, Miss y.ooo
Jewelry at Corinth 5,000
Gad's Hill 20.0C0
Big Spring, gold bO.OCO
This does not include stage and other
robberies, which are estimated at over
The following sales' were made by Mr.
Geo. C. Goggin on Monday, county court
1 horse $100 00
1 horse 02 00
1 cow f2 50
1 cow 45 00
1 cow 18 25
2 cattle 05 00
4 small calves 28 00
1 cow 33 00
1 old horse , 40 00
1 old noise 50 00
1 old horse 85 00
Thomas PitATHER.a deputy United States
Bailiff, employed by Deputy Marshal
while on a raid in Morgan county,
shot and killed Stephen Stamper, his
assistant. Stamper, it is claimed, was
drunk, and had threatened to kill a woman.
Prather interfered and when Stamper
turned upon him he was shot dead by
The trial of the "White-Mitchell case
took place yesterday afternoon before
Mayor January and resulted in Mr. White
being held to appear at the circuit court
in the sum of $500 to answer the charge of
cutting and wounding with intent to kill.
A new and reliable Kid Glove Cleaner
ia for sale at Pecor's drug store. It is odor-less
andworkulike a charm.' mllm)
IJase ball bats aro in demand. They are
now largely used by ourcitizens whose business
requires them to be on the streets late
at night. The presence of the mysterious
prowling animal in our city make the precaution
The following telegram to the Courier-Journal
from Washington, points favorably
to the re-appointment of Mr. J. M.
Stockton as the postmaster of this city:
Matters In reference to the Maysvillo post
offlco were somewhat mixed by a dispatch saying
that Clarence Stanton would be retained.
She name ot the postmaster there is Stockton,
and he will probably be reappointed.
Mr. James Hkflin is in the city on a
visit to his family. We are pleased to
learn that he has been re-appointed Deputy
Ignited States' Marshal and will remain
in this district. He is one of the
best officers in the service and is endorsed
for the position beholds by the community
generally irrespective of party prejudices.
Wherever there is a stream muskrats
are very destructive. It matters not how
small a dam or pond may be they are sure
to be there, the evidence of their presence
always being shown at this season of the
year. If their place of entrance into the
bank is once discovered they can easly be
destroyed. Their nests are from six to
nine feet from the water and from fifteen
to twenty inches below the surface. In
digging for them be careful to close the
hole firmly ; and when this cannot be done
set a steel-trap there, fastened by wire to a
stake. Of course no bait is necessary.
The best way, in fact, to capture a muskrat
is by placing a steel-trap in their runs or
at their holes. We, caught eight in our
garden one spring by placing a trap h; a
little running stream. In foraging they
will always travel in the water to the nearest
point where the lettuoe, spinish or
young corn. sprouts may be. Already this
spring we have taken two by placing the
trap in front of the hole, and we shall
probably not be troubled with them again
until next spring. Exchange.
The Stat3 of Lewis at Large.
The Holiness Association continue their
good work with increasing interest. Their
name and fame have spread through the county
drawing large and attentive audiences,
prominent In attendance are the old veterans
of tho cross from all denomination's. Distinguished
among the 200 converted was the very
venerablo Judge Socrates Holbrook whose tall
form and snowy locks aro now seen nearest to
the exorters. when he proclaimed Ills own
convertion tho houso and ground shook by
the continued demonstrations of rejoicing
These mlssionar es are working nearer and
nearer to the hearts of the people who show
recipocal feelings in privato and public places
alike. Tho work continues unabated.
Captain Andrew Garland, of Qulncy, has
leased tho Bank hotel for a number of years.
He formerly commanded tho steamer Grey
Eagle, in tho Portsmouth trade. But the grout
acquisition wo gain is the services ol Mrs. Garland,
who is an experienced and accomplished
landlady. They are both welcome upon their
worth and amiable qualities.
Tho BuiLExm man took in Tollesboro Friday
and enjoyed a bounteous dinner prepared
by Airs. Sam Agnew, who is not only skilled
in thecullinnry arts, but was educated undei
tho tuitou ot the late .1. W. Kutid, and is
noted lor her literary gifts.
A call is mndo by tho officers of the Levis
county Sunday school convention, to meet at
the Salt Lick S'alloy Prosbyterlan Church Sunday.
April Kith, to set Who time and place for
holding tho coming convention, and appoint,
the committees, on which occasion Dr. Wm.
Bowman, vice president of the K. S. S. U., and
Rev. E. B. Hill, will address the children ot tho
The Methodist church South, of Concord, ha
been renovated and remodeled with new bell
and belfry, and other conveniences made under
the charge and direction of the able pastor
Rev. Mr. Morrison.
The Christian Church of Concord, belt r
known as the Little Brhtk under the trees."
have erected a belfry and your townsman II
OBarkley.Esq., has had placed thereon a large
bell of spleudid tone that can be heard tor
miles. Tho worshippers of this church aro
Justly proud of tho bell and grateful to Mr
Barkiey for his liberal sorvlces in the county
of his birth.
The storehouse of W H Carmenes with con
tents on Wilson Run, Gieanup county, near
the Lewis was destroyed by tire on Sunday
EsculuplA Springs grounds and surroundings
show extensive preparations for the coming
Tho answer made in the Bulljztitx to on-quires
regarding the spring- sport is well received.
Public interest Is' growing in favor of
the association attractions on tho 10th of May,
and we predict a largo representation 'from
Lewis and Easter ri'counties on the'occaldn.
The Daily Bullktlv has come to stay.
That may be put down as an established
f tct, and also that it will be presented soon
to our roaders in an enlarged and improved
form at the present price, one cent
a copy or six cents a week.
The prospect for fruit is good.
Cor planting has begun with our farmers.
There Is a great deal of sickness in this vicinity.
Mrs Polly Fearrls died on Saturday aged seventy-six.
Miss Eliza Robb and a little child of W It
Fenrris aro very sick of pneumonia.
Wm Robb, of Helena, visited friends here for
a low days last week.
Onrfarmeis are making preparations for a
large tobacco crop the coming season.
Wheat looks excceJlngly well. The acreage
sown was large.
Grass is growing finely and we hope some of
fie poor stock will got enough to eat soon.
Preaching twice per month In our village by
by Kev l'J Hill, also, occasionally by Rev Miller,
ot the Baptist Church. Dandy Jim.
Sunday school was organized at Two Lick
Church last Sunday.
Samuel Kablor lost a valuable mare ono day
Mrs Maria Woodward IssUH on the sick list
Fred Kurtz it again made happy by the advent
of a new visitor a bouncing baby boy.
Miss Jennie Bishop Is teaching a select school
at Beech Grove sclu ol house.
Tho fishing fever 1 as become epidemic sinco
warm weather sot in.
T K Ball & Son have struvk a bonanza in tho
plow trade in tills section tills spring. Of tho
large number sold every one gives entire satisfaction.
RevT E Tiller, of Louisville, has nn
Two Lick Chinch mxt Miuday. TiiH
church is trying to obtain his services as pastor.
May wheat 81 '.'.V'.
" pork 17 H
" lard 11 at! .
May corn 71!
Mai kits t'.rm.
UK TAIL MAKKKC.
Corrected dally by G. W Gkihh i., gioce
ond street, Maysville. Kv
Mason County f.
Eggs ) do.
Meal ti peck
Turkeys dres,e. I ft tb
Buckwi eat. "$ lb
Conl Oil, gal
Sugar, granulated ty lb
" yellow $ tb
Hams, sugar cure' $1 lb...
Bacon, breakfast tb
Hominy. "$ gallon
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J V EXECUTED feal
We have reopened our Seed. Store on
Market Street one door above the Red Corner
Clothing Store and have on baud an entirely
new stock of
We have also Seed Potatoes, Onion Setts.
Greenhouse and Bedding Plants, Fruit and Ornamental
-Trees juvl Cabbage,rTpniato and
Swe'et'Potato Plarfts of all varlotles'hi season,
Also a full stoolcof Florists' Goods pf all kinds
at wholesale or retail.
made to order at short notice.
f2Uradaw C. P. DIETERICH & BRO.