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"Wants, three lines, ten cents, subsequent insertions
Special rates where advertisers use both the
daily and weekly.
With National and prlvalo bunks,
The.town is woll supplied,
But there is still another kind
That no one yet has tried.
A bank ou European plan,
Will some one plant the seed,
Where wo can ro and gobble up,
Precisely what we need.
There was another heavy frost last night.
Lane & "Wonmci: arc building throo
neat cottages on the Lexington turnpike
for Mr. John Smith.
Mr. F. C. Petry has just returned from
a successful business tiip to the interior of
the state. He reports trade quiet.
No news has been received to-day concerning
the Maysville postoflice. Both
candidates appear to be confident.
. Some of the farmers with whom we
have talked to-day, appear to think the
wheat and barley are not so badly injured
as was at first reported.
The boy who was struck by Ben. Lynch,
colored, in East Ma'sville, a few days ago,
has recovered and will appear at the trial
before the mayor this afternoon. Lynch
is charged with assault and battery.
A beautiful w hile bird with wings five
feet from tip to tip was killed on Friday
near Mt. Gilead, by Mr. John N. Goodman
and sent to the Bulletin. It is
either a gannebor a black backod sea gull,
birds scarcely seen this far from the sea-coast.
Mr. C. B. Anderson is now settled in
his handsome new quarters and is ready
to welcomehis friends whenever they may
be pleased to nail. The building has been
handsomely improved, supplied with a
new elevator and is realfty a hardware
palace as it was a queensware palace.
Col. W. "W. Baldwin atttended the horse
sale, at Abdallah Park, near Cynthiana, on
the 14th and brought home the animals
named below :
The Major, chestnut oolt, foaled 1880. By
King Rene, son of -Belmont, dam Alice Ethel,
own slstor to Monroe Chief, record 2:184, by
Jim Monro, son of Alexander's Abdallah, SlfO.
Nellie Harris, chestnut mare, foaled 1875. By
Mambrino Hedgeford.son of Alcaldo ; dam by
Alcalde, son of Mambrino Ohlel, 3370.
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Mrs. James Lewis, the wife of the man
who was found dead in his bed near
Manchester, a week or more ago, was arrested
on Saturday, on suspicion of having
"been instrumental in causing the death of
her husband. About forty witnesses have
been summoned to testify at the examining
trial which takes place at Manchester
Another advertising car belonged to
Sell's Brothers Circus, which will appear
hero on the 20th inst., arrived on Saturday
night. A large force is to-day putting up
"bills in the neighboring tows and distributing
programmes throughout the city.
Arrangements are also being made for excursions
on all the trains and by all the
boats arriving and departing on the 20th
Mr. George W. Blatterman, who has
just retired from business in this city, with
the intention of removing to Denver, Col.,
together with a large lot of houaehold fur
niture and other personal property, were
packed and shipped to Denver by the way
of St. Louis on thp steamer Montana. At
Louisville the boat got on the falls which
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The business of tho bank of Pearce,
Wallingford & Co., it is stated, is to be
closed up as soon as possible, with a view
to reorganization as a National Bank. It
is reported that Mr. Wallingford will
and the new company will bo composed
of Mr. Charles B. Pearce, Mr. Jas.
II. Hall, Col. Thomas A. Respcss, Mr. AY.
H. Cox and Mr. John T. Wilson. It will
be a very substantial institution.
The grand jury has returned an indictment
against Adam Smith, for having
counterfeit bank notes in his poseesion,
with intent to pass the same. Smith is
the person who was arrested in Maysville
several months ago, on tli,o charge of having
offered a twtonty.Uollar counterfeit noto
business houses in town. " '
Confederate bonds are again in demand
and are quoted at three dollars for
every one thousand dollars. The orders
for these bonds came from Germany this
his many frieiulB will regret to hear, has ' time.
been unfortunate. A off .
Capt 1IowaAT lliloml to leave
his stock of that remained I
the prison at Washington last week to
visit his familv for a few hours. He sue-
rctiuuuu tiiu rewuviu ui u part oi tu ,
ft rQyfard is to be offepfld for hig capture.
go. "When the boat reached St. Louis pro- - -- .
test was entered, and when the salvage Gov. Blackijurn on Friday, sent another
claims were settled Mr. Blatterman was message to the Senate; recommending the
obliged to pay one hundred dollars as his
share. The goods were re-shipped at St.
Louis on the steamer Jos. Kinney, and on
the 13th inst., the boat was sunk by colliding
with the Glasgow bridge while on her
way up the Missouri River. All of Mr.
Blatterman's property went down with her
and is lost. In the lot was a fine piano, all
of his household furniture, a lot of silverware
and other valuable articles. There
was an insurance of $1,500 on the property
lost which is about one-third of its value.
Sales of Land.
The following changes in the ownership
of land have been recorded at the office
of the Clerk of the County Court since
our last report:
Maria C Erazee and husband, to Susan D.
Pollock, house and two lots of ground in
V R Newell and others to John N. Newell,
grantors' interest tn three lots of ground, in
Maysville; consideration, 828 0.
Robt. M Marshall, executor of.Tas A Keith,
deceased, and others, to Jno L Broshears and
brother, 113-78-100 acres of land in Charleston
Bottom; consideration, S8.593.S0.
John H. "Worthington's widow and heirs, by
commissioner, to Julia Whipps; deed of partition.
Same to John Worthlngton; deed of partition
Samo to Thos Worthlugton; deed of partition.
Samo, to Scott Worthlngton; deed of partition.
Same, to Jacob A. SVorthiugton; deed ot partition.
Same to Wm. Worthlngton; deed of partition.
Maria L Marshall to Luoy A Cassey aud others,
grantor's interest in 3i2 acres of land on
Lawrence creek consideration, 6.000.
A B Cochran and wife, to W W Weed on, undivided
one half of two lots in Chsoter; consideration,
Points About People Here and Elsewhere, i
ceeded in eluding the balifF in whose
charge he was and has not since been
hoard from. The police in all the large
cities have been notified of his escape, and
following named gentlemen for appointment
as Railroad Commissioners: Judge
W. M. Beckner, of Clark county; Hon. D.
Howard Smith, of Henry cou ty, and Ex-Senator
W. 13. Machen, of Lyons county.
Better names could not have been selected
and they will doublles be confirmed without
Alleged Thief Arrested.
Samuel Bulger, a young man, from
Elizaville Junction, was arrested this morning
by Deputy Marshal W. B. Dawson, on
a despatch received from one Major Bulger.
The young man is charged with
stealing a suit of clothes, lie denied that
his name was Bulger and claims that he
was Henry Smith of Ripley Ohio, but
afterward admitted that his name was
what it was stated to be. He is held subject
to the orders of the Fleming county
The committee on the new jail met at
Judge "Wall's office on Saturday, and examined
a number of plans submitted by
Messrs. II. P. McDonald & Bros., of Louisville,
and by Mr. C. J. Hodgson, of Indianapolis,
Ind. They were much pleased
with all the plans presented, but decided
upon nothing definite. The committee
on Tuesday, the 25th inst., will go to
Winchester, Ky., Richmond, Ind., and
Winchester, Ind., to examine jail buildings
lately put up at those places. The committee
seem determined to do their work
well and to recommend the best plan to be
Mr. W. 0. Holmes will leave by the noiuf.
this t ..tr,:. f:.wi ..! In this city Wednesday, April 12. 1882, to the
to visit at
Lonanza, evening, wlfeof Mr. Louis Weiand. a daughter.
Isew Harmony, Ohio.
Miss Reese Grinnajn, of Cynthiana, has
returned home, after a pleasant stay with
her Maysville relatives.
Miss Ella Hubbard, daughter of Mr.
Henry Hubbard, of this city, is dangerously
Mrs. M. A. Trow and Mias Alice
are at home again after a visit to the
family of Mr. R. II. Shultz, at Monmouth,
Mr. 0. W. Roland, editor of the Greenville
(O.) Democrat, called to see the
Bullktin, Saturday. He is visiting friends
At Rushviiie, Ind,, April 10th, 1SS2,
MAiiniA POE, formerly of this city.
May wheat SI 'U
" nork IS "i
lard 1 II 82V
Corrected dally by G. W. Gkisici,, grocer, .Sue-1
ondstieet, Maysviue, Ky.
Limestone S 25
Maysville Family 7 nO
Maysville City P0
Mason County 7 50
Elizuvillo Family 7"2o!
PILES! PILES! PILES
Sure (.'ure Found at Lust No Ono
A sure cure lor blind, bleeding, itching and
ulcerated piles has been discovered by Dr.
William, (an Indian remedy,) called Dr. Williams'
Indian Ointment. A single box has
cured the worst chronic cases ol twenty-five or
thirty years standing. No one need suffer live
minutes after applying this wonderful soothing
medicine, Lotions instruments and
do more harm than good. Williams'
Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the in
tense Itching, (particularly at night alter getting
warm in bed,) acts as a poultice, glvos instant
and painless relief, and is preparded only
for piles, Itching of the private parts, and nothing
Read what the Hon. J. M. Cofllnborry, of
Cleveland, says about Dr. William's Pile Ointment;
I have used scores of pile cures, audit
affords me pleasure to say that I havo never
found anything which gave me such immediate
and permanent relief as Dr. Williams' Indian
For sale by George T. Wood or mailed on receipt
ol price, SI.
11 ENUY & CO., Sole Prop'ts,
02 Vesey Street, N. Y
Skin Diseases Cured
By Da. Fkakikk's Magic Ointment. Cures
as if by magic, pimples, black head or grubs,
blotches and eruptions on the face, leaving tho
skin clear, healthy and beautiful. Also tiro
itch, barber's Itch, salt rheum, tetter.ri ngworin,
scald head, chapped hands, sore nipples, sore
lips, old obstinate ulcers and sore, Ac.
K. Drake, Kq., Cleveland, O., .sufTerecf beyond
all description from a skin disease which appeared
on Ills hands head and face, and nearly
destroyed hiseie. The most carelul doctoring
failed to help him, and alter all had tailed he
used Dr. Erazier's Magic Ointment and was
cured by a lew applications.
The first and positive iure fui skin
Sent I" mail rm receipt nf prlrv. rllly i'imiU
HliNKY A CO., Sole Prop'rn,
K W.sej :f. Y.
Kor blind, bleeding, itchnu orulceratrd piles.
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment is a sute
cure. Price 31, by mall. Kor mmc by Groigo T.
Dr. Fwzier's Ksl Bhivrs,
Kra.ier's Root flitter atv nol a -ham-shop
whisky beverage, but aiti sirieil.v medicinal in
every sense. They net upiw'ihe liver
and kidneys, keep t he l wt.s npt'ii and reilnr,
make the weak slionj;, lx-n! Hie Innus, biiild
up the nerves and cleanse t.n blood and .system
of every impurity.
For dizziness, rush of b'oid to the head
tendinis to apoplexy, dyspepsia, fever and
i ague, dropsy, pimples and blotei e.s, mtoIuImis
humors and sores, tetter, rln worm, white
swelling, erysipelas, .srie ei es and for young
men sullerlng from weakness or debility caused
trom imprudence, and tn females In to!leatn
health, Frazier's Root Ihttets are especially
Dr. Frazier: I have used two bottles ot your
Root Hitters lor dyspepsia, dizziness, weakness
and kidney disease, and they did me mine good
than tho doctors and all the J over
used. From the l!r.st dose 1 took I began U
mend, and I am now in pel feet health, and
feel is well as I over did. 1 consider your medicine
one of the greatest blessings.
Mks. M. Martin, Cleveland, O.
Sold by George T. Wood at SI per bottle.
lirONKY & CO.. I Sole Vrop'rs,
02 Vesey Street, N. Y.
Manufacturer and Inventor of
Untter.TjUb 1 Made Double- or Single for men or boys. A
Lard.lsM HfiilS ihuus WILLIAM CAUDLE,
Eggs, 1 doz 15, cnreT. K. Hall & Son,
Meal pock 25 npMdnwly ;Maysville, Ky.
fihlnlrmiM . 2rtau - -
Turkeys dressed Ub 10$12
Buckwheat, lb 45
Molasses, fancy 0
Coal Oil, 11 gal 20
Sugar, granulated rtl lb !!
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' vellow 5kl lb 9tf?10.
Hams, sugar cured 1 lb 1415
Bacon, breakfast lb Mlo
Hominy, H uallou.. 20
Beans $) gallon 50
Potatoes ty peck 10
Dried Peaches m
LOST, STRAYED or STOLEN.
iin fiirm r f3pnrn Onlhrnltli near
JU Murphysvllle.a bright bay maro, noarly 14 ,
hands high, Willi star In lorehoad and scar on t
thn.rlcrht bin. Mlssiau since April 11th. A,
liberal reward wlllbe1 paid for her return to me
or luforrnutlon that 'will enable mo to get her.
ap!7tf ' or Yancey A Alexander.
STAPLE AND FANCY
Teas, Tobacco, Cigars, Queensware, "Wooden-ware,
Glassware, Notions, Ac. Highest pi ice
paid for Country Produce. Goods dellverod t
any part ot the city.
Cor. Fourth and Plum Streets,
npl21yd MAYSVILLE, KY.
d;K An tfconnedayat noma. Bumploa wonfc.
pj iu ptmisj free.
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