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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
FRIDAY"EVE.7VPR1L 28. 1882.
At Cheuoweth's, Pecor's and Wood's,
At Blaine & Nute's and PhlsterV,
Are tickets to tin Smith levee
And Decoratlvo Sisters.
And down at Taylor's news depot,
There is a little sheet,
Where Johnnie, or the noblo Duke,
Will mark you off a seat.
The river is rising.
The Germantown csrrespondent of the
Bracken Chronicle says :
A young man from the heart of old Mason,
had been courting for some timo near
One evening tho mater familias noticed
that he made frequent visits from the parlor
to his satchel In the hall, and concluded to
ascertain the occasion of it. Sho was much
relieved to find it was only a quiet bottle of
broinldo of potassa solution that ho was using
to quiet his narves. Ho doubtless popped the
question that evening.
A large number of seats have been reserved
by holders of tickets to the
this evening by the Smith Family
and Decorative Sisters. The outlook
is that there will be a large audience present.
The programme is interesting and
amusing and is sure to meet the warm approval
of all. If you want to pass tho
evening pleasantly, don't fail to attend.
Local noUces ton cents u line; subsequent
insertions Ave cents a line.
Wants, three lines, ten cents, subsequent insertions
Special rates whore advertisers use both the
daily auil weekly.
One incli in tho Daily BumiEtin' for one
year costs 5, and for six iuom - lis bu t S3.
The Fox Springs property was sold to
- 3. C. Davis, a few days ago, for $2,250.
Samuel Bulger, of Fleming county,
Arrested in Maysville for petit larceny, has
Mr. Chas. II. Stine, for some time past,
employed on theFlemingsburg Democrat,
has given up printing, and taken a place
in a drug store at Flemingsburg.
At Cincinnati, one day last week Miss
Jessie Markwell, of Fleming county, had
a pocket book containing twenty dollars
snatched from her upon the street.
Two barns and a dwelling house on the
farm of Mr. Joseph Bivcns in Lewis coun
ty, were entirely destroyed by the storm
on the 2Gth. Mrs. Bivens had both legs
And one arm broken. The roof of the
dwelling was earned a distance of three
"Winfiisld Harkis is in the Big Sandy
Valley laboring zealously, as a Mormon
Missionary, and ha3 prevailed on a number
of ignorant people to give up their
homes in Eastern Kentucky, and go to
Utah. The Mormons also have a church
in Johnson county, Ky.
The Louisville Commercial whi ch first
made the charges against Capt. J. T. Henry
now denounces as "a colossal lie" the
statement that it has charged "distinctly
that Capt. Henry used obscenity in the
presence and hearing of ladies and made
an indecent exposure of his person."
The friends of Mr. Andrew Brittain and
others, who lost almost everything they had
by the recent storm, are circulating a subscription
list for their benefit. As it is a
case that appeals very strongly to the
sympathies of the public, it is to be hoped a
sufficient sum will bo raised to relieve the
immediate necessities of the sufferers.
Who Deserves the Severest Punishment
the Law Inilicts.
Tncf ila l..l l.lf l
that he lives near Murphysville, in this
i county, was detected in a horrible and
disgusting crime. The offense was committed
in a yard in the rear of Weiand's
saloon on Market street, and was witnessed
by a number of persons, who gave the
disgusting details in full at the examining
trial before Mayor January this morning.
Combst was held to appear for trial at the
Circuit Court in the sum of S200. The
witnesses were sent immediately before
the grand jury and it is probable an
indictment will be reported to-day, and
the trial take place at the present term of
the court. The pennlty for the crime is
fixed by the statutes at confinement in
'the penitentiary from two to five years.
Deputy Marshal McAuliff was the arresting
officer. Combst attempted to escape
by running but was overtaken by the
officer and several citizens who took up
Owingsville, Ky., April 27, 1SS2. Over
the river in Fleming county, the wife of
Mr. R. M. Boyd was horribly burned.
Standing near the fire and engaged in cut
ting the hair of one of her little boys, her
dress took fire and was in a blaze before she
noticed it. It was impossible to smother
the flames, which continued until every
vestige of her clothing was burned oh"
leaving her body in a frightful condition.
The physician who attended her says there
is no possible chance of her recovery. The
hair on her head was burned entirely off.
The little boy was badly burned while
clinging to his mother. His recovery is
also doubtful. It is one of the saddest
affairs that has ever occurred here
Sales of Laud.
,The following changes in the ownership
of land have been recorded at the oflice
of the Clerk of the County Court since
our last report:
Nancy E Barrett to Caroline Sroufe, grantor's
interest in 8(1 acres of land near Dovor ; consideration,
Fannie worth Ington and son to Thomas R
Haughey,95 acres of land, near Fern Leaf : consideration,
Michael Walton and wife to E Clarke, 2 acres
I rood and 8 poles of land near Muysllek, consideration.
W W Baldwin and wife to Henry Gibbs, colored.
!l acres, 1 rood and 21 poles of laud near
Washington ; consideration, $1,422.05.
Points About People Here mid Elsewhere.
Mrs. Virginia Stroube, of Augusta, was
stricken by paralysis a few days ago.
Mr. Taylor J. Riley, late city editor of
the Lexington Transcript, has been employed
by a Chicago firm to write up county
history in Indiana.
The case of Perry Rice vs..the Maysville
and Lexington Turnpike Road Company,
is the most important case upon the circuit
court docket. It is a suit to recover
from the projecting limb of a thorn tree,
while riding upon the road. The jury
was obtained and sworn yesterday. The
plaintiff and his brother, Joseph Rice,
were heard as witnesses, and several depositions
on the same side read. The case
is still upon trial to-day, and will probably
occupy the balance of this week if it does
not run into the next. The array of counsel
upon both sides is very strong, and
shows how earnestly each party is guarding
and defending its rights. Messrs.
The City of Ironton is laid up at Ripley.
Ralph Waldo Emmkrson died at Concord,
b , 7 ! i T"f2 railroad laborers of Huntington's
Combst, a young man twenty- force lire Jlt work at three inta ahort
two or twenty-three years old, who stated , ,,:Rhinpo hoW A IimiBfn TL nrn n
. .u....ww uw.wi. .ufjuuvit. '.t.blli utb lllltu
squads of about twenty-five men each.
The C. & S. E. authorities have engaged
about three hundred men to work between
Augusta and Newport on bridge
work. This work is to be pushed forward
as it is much behind the grading. Major
Kirby's force is engaged between Augusta
A correspondent of the Louisville Post
asked this question of a close observer at
Frankfort: " Wno among the vounger
members, those serving their first term,
have commended themselves to the public
as capable officials?" The answer respecting
Mr. Kehoe was: "For equanimity J.
Dexter Kehoe never had a superior. His
sphinx-like face, set in its frame of side
whiskers, i3 as imperturbable as his name
is uncommon. If he were standing on
the street corner now, and some one
should explode a bomb-shell under his
coat-tail, he would simply look round and
say, ' humph !' lie is a rare bird and a
Down They Uo.
Meaning the prices of job printing. The
following low rates will hereafter rule at
the Bulletin Job Printing Rooms. They
are the lowest ever offered in this city by
any printing establishment. The reduction
does not mean careless printing and
inferior stock, but on the contrary first-class
press work and composition and tho
best quality of material :
Bill Hearts per renin $5 OO
I.eUcr SleadLs per ream I 50
Packet Noto Heads per ream 3 OO
Commercial Note Heads per ream 2 75
Envelopes per thousand B OO
VJsitlnsr Cards, fifty 25c
And other printing at proportionately
'TO-DAY'S ill AUK Cl.-
June wheat .2 1 20
' pork 17 0.1
lard 11 YlVt
May corn . 70
UK TAIL MARKET.
Corrected dally by G. W. Geissl, grocer, Second
street, Maysville, Ky.
FLO u it.
Limestone 3 8 50
Maysville Family 7 7o
Maysville City 8 2
Mason County ; 7 7.j
Eliauville Family 7 50
Butter, 1) lb .-. 35co
Meal "61 peck ,'!0
Turkeys d ressed feWt U)ml'2
Buckwheat, ) lb iy,!i
Molasses, fancy aO
Coal Oil, jj) gal 20
Sugar, granulated ty ID lVyi
A. lb It
yellow lb 010
Hams, sugar curort $ It) 11(15
$lo,000 claimed as damages, sustained bv liacon, breukiast ij)it nis
the plamtifl m an miunr to his left eye Beaus gallon oc
Potatoes TA neck -1050
Dried Peaches : 8i
A. M. DORA is Just in receipt of her
MRS. Spring and Summer Goods. Selected
lu person from the Queen Olty.aud is prepared
to suit the public in quality and prices. Thankful
for tho past, solicit inspection of goods.
Ross & Kennedy and Wlutaker& Robert- H0S: AND SQN pAINTEB,
son represent the.plaintm, while Win. H. '
Wadsworth & Sons, 'Stanton & Larew and
E. CfrrPhiBter & Son.are.for the Turnpike
erlazlerj pnner hanger, kc Second street, oppo
-. . - .- t ..' . r
a pork house. wincive nromoc anemic
to all work in ravilne, and ask but a reason a
01 every description
cull and examine
Will be glad to have you
STYLE, QUALITY and PRICES,
J. HENRY PECOR,
2nd door below Bank of Maysville.
E. F. CLEVELAND,
Architect and Builder,
ESTIMATES or woik and building plans
nished promptly and on the most
A. B. GREENWOOD,
House and Sign Painter.
Paper Hunger, Grniuer, Glitzier, &e. Orde
left at Geoige 1'. Wood's drug store will bo
promptly attended to. All work warranted.
Charges reasonable fOtf
J"" EXECUTED MfL
Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts.
CI3NTCI3XrKrATI, G .
Fashionable n udj mm e cl (hit g, In the lab
est styles and ftibries sit
Unprecedented LOW Prices.
New stock just received diiect irom the
uiii.sequ'nuy mere Will be no
commissions to be paid.
We will not be tuidei under.soM, Our pr ces
are the lowest and our goods of tho veiy b
quality. Give r.ill ami miw money.
Suits made to ouler on rt'iiMmsmle lei ms
Second St. adjoining Suber, Petiy & Co.
Stove and Tin Store,
WEST SIDE OF MARKET.
Having purchased fie interest ol Charles
udor in the Stjve and Tinware buslius. I
will continue the business at (he old stand
West, side of Market street. I am prepuied to do
Roofiin, Wring, Spouting ana Tin Wort
ot all klndson the most reasonable termu.
made and repaired on short notice. Persons
needing anything In my line will please u.vo
me a call.
GLOBING OUT SALE.
Having determined to make a change in inv
business, I will oiler for cashauu ca.sh only, my
entire stock of
Dry Goods and Notions
which is. full and complete, at absolute cost
price. I have alxo a complete stock of
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
which I will sell REGARDLESS OF COST. If
you want good bargains, come early and bring
tho o ish, us I will positively close out In about
fifteen days. J. VARIAN,
aOtf Second street, Maysville, Ky.