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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1882.
Two! nc ties..,.
Local notices ton cents a lino; subsequent
insertions live cents a line.
Wants, three lines, ten cents, subsequent Insertions
Special rates where adversers use both the
dally and weekly. v
One inch in the Daily Bult.ktix Tor one
year costs 85, and for six months nut $3.
The gallant Knights who sallied forth,
In tournament to meet,
Are home again, we're pleased to say,
And each one on his feet.
No need ol shutter, ambulance
They to themselves were true
And not a single Knight was slain
By five fifteen, twenty-two.
The gardens look much better since the
A little street cleaning might be done
Ripley is to have a circus on the 16th
Clean up your premises. Use lime
Six hundred carpenters are on a strike at
Cheap printing at the Bulletin office.
Coal sells at 10 cents a bushel. There
is a large supply in the city.
The steamer City of Ironton is laid up
at the wharf at Ripley and is for sale.
The Kentucky Planing Mill is running
full time with much work on hand to do.
Pineapples, bananas, strawberries and
oranges are abundant in Maysville just
The Limestone Flour Mills is largely
.behind with orders. It will take a month
or more to catch up.
' For all kinds of flowers and plants call
at II. II. Cox's flower store on Court street.
Pric s very moderate.
The woodpeckers are here. In old times
their arrival was taken as a warning to
plant corn and go a fishing.
Hugh Power's Sons have just bought
a large load of stoneware of Mr. Gus Hammer
agent for T. F. Rippert & Co. Greensboro,
The question now is how many " stubborn"
men there are on that jury. The
number is estimated all the wav from
one to ten.
In the confpetitive drill by the Knights
Templar for the prize banner at Covington,
t it was won by DeMoloy Commandery No.
12, of Louisville.
Detectives Wappenstoin and Crawford
of Cincinnati, are in Maysville to-day, at-
1 tending the trial of James Day, on the
charge of housebreaking.
A large amount of mischief is developing
itself in boys who run at large after
dark. It won't be long before some of
them ge into trouble, unless they are looked
A Hardin county justice concluded a
recent marrtygQ ceremony thilsly ; "Them
'$8 this 'court "baa jined together, let no
an put ammder, but suffer little children
tdconjo'utp tyftifr so help you God."
Ask for National Export.
No beverage has gained such a widespread
reputation as Mderlein's Lager
Beer, which is bottled by the National
Lager Beer Bottling Company, of Cincinnati,
O. Nothing but the best old lager
beer manufactured is bottled by the " National,
" and this accounts for the great
reputation it has acquired for putting up
a good article. The company ships beer
to all parts of the globe, and every one
proclaim it as the beverage of the nation.
The company makes it their special
Tiik Maysville Commandery of Knights
Templar, .and Ilaucke's band, returned
home by the Morning Mail to-day.
Some new wheat which was sown near
Americus, Ga., on the 26th of November,
1881, harvested April 7th, 1832, and yielding
twenty bushels to the acre, was exhibited
at Cincinnati a few days ago.
The mortgage on the Mt. Sterling coal
road has been cancelled and there is
now no indebtness on the road. It will
probablv soon be extended to the coal
nessto bottle only genuine Export Lager fleldB of Morgun county savs the Mti
.ueui, uiiu, uuviug inaugunueu tne pian, io sterling Sentinel
proposes to so continue the original
tipn that not only here, but in all parts of
Thk speech of Col. Breckinridge in the
the country, the reputation of the beer will turnpike case is spoken of as a very able
be kept up to the highest altitude, mlot
Points About People Here and Elsewhere.
Mr. Samuel Thomas and Mr. Milton
Johnson, of Bracken county, favored the
Bulletin with a call
and eloquent etiort. The case was given to
the fury about four o'clock yesterday afternoon
but up to this time a verdict has
not been rendered.
Mull dresses, with many polka-dotted
and scalloped flounces, the round full
waist setoff with a broad sash of white
Mrs. Mary Allen, of this city, is visiting faill or moire antique, are suggested as
at Hamilton O. j ino Pretuest mure ior sweet gin gi actuates
Lieut. Nat Phister ami wife will leave . on commencement day.
for Fort Stockton, Texas on Thursday next.
Miss Mary Lang and Mr. John Griener
are to be married at Ripley, soon.
Miss Mary Kilpatrick was married to
Frank Chase, at Augusta, on the 3d inst.
Mr. E. Lamden is at Lexington attending
Mr. T. M. Dora, one of the best citizens
of Bracken, who has been urged by his
many friends to become a candidate for
County Judge, has doclined the honor
they desire to confer upon him. The
place would fit him well.
The Scientific American gives the following
as a durable whitewash: For one barrel
of color wash, half a bushel white lime,
three pecks of hydraulic cementjten pounds
Yesterday afternoon, Win. Musick, a
prisoner at the jail for carrying a concealed
deadly weapon, escaped while the door
was opened for cleaning up the building.
He was afterward captured on Newdigate's
hill and returned to his cell.
G. A. McCartiiey is receiving daily all
that is new and desirable in the way of
queensware, and is offering decided bargains.
He takes pleasure in exhibiting his
stock whether you desire to buy or not. A
visit to his establishment will well repay
The Mason County Sunday School
Union have decided to hold a County Convention
and Picnic of all the Sunday
iU this who wish
umber, ten nounda ochre, one nound Vo-'schools C0UntV to co-
operate, at Lewisburg, on Friday June -J),
netian red, quarter pound iumpbiack.
Slake the lime; cut the lampblack with
The following is a programme of the sub-and
vinegar; mix well together; add the cement
which will be discussed in the
fill the barrel with water. Let it stand Jects con-twelve
hours before using, and stir ventl0n
,, . . , i 1. The Sunday school teachers.
quentiy wane putting it on. mis is not, 2, The Sunday school superintendent.
w hite, but of a light stone color, without
3, The Sunday hchool In a particular church.
1, The design and work ot the American
the unpleasant glare of white. The color Sunday School Union.
, L , ?, . ., . . o, The Mason County Sunday School Union,
may be changed by adding more or less of ;. The Kentucky StateSunday School Union.
the colors. This wash covers well, need-! t7.Jhe IntmuiationaiSunday School Conven-
thing known, excepting oil paint. !
Until recently, there stood on the Kentucky
bank of the Ohio river, about a mile
There is quite a flutter in fashionable; above Vanceburg, an immense poplar
society at Ripley, over a weeding that is1 tree. It was nearly nine feet in diameter
to occur on the 18th inst. The prospective at the base, and sixty-eight feet to the
bride is Miss Lucie D. Snodelcer, one of J first limb. Many years ago a steamboat
Ripley's most popular young ladies. The' passenger going down the river, was so
groom is Mr. Kendal Morgan, the well- struck with this large tree that he bought
known clerk of the steamer Ohio. The it, paying Sir. Burris, then the proprietor,
marriage will take place at the Presbyterian
Church, and the attendants will be
Misses Cora Young, Aloirda Boyd and
Miss Jennie Morgan, of Augusta, Mr. John
Snedeker, Mr. John Ramey and Mr. Valentine
of Augusta. The costumes have
been ordered from Cincinnati, and the
will create quite a sensation. Rooms
have been engaged at the hotels for guests
Thk Ashland Express says :
Last week we spoke of the discovery ol splendid
oil on Kentucky, White Creek, on the land
of Mr. Miller. Since then, a number otour
citizens have expressed their doubts in regard
to it, thinking perhaps It Is a put up job for
Determined to satisfy ourselves by a personal
examination; on Monday we visited the spring
and found the oil still running, and we are sat
Isfled there has been no attempt to deceive any
one. The spring Is near the foot of a big hill,
and the oil issues from beneath a large ledge of
rock.aud It would bo utterly out of the power of
thohhrewdest man in tho world to attempt to
commit a fraud. Tho oil as It Issues from the
rook Is apparently pure oh refined petroleum,
having, liowevor, a heavier body, aud bums
equal to the best headlight oil. It Is a beautiful
light amber color,. JRh haveaapeqlnou pf
It In our office, which we .saw .cqIIooSkI from
tho spring, and all wfco dealro toee Ite&ncall
at our sanctum! aud see fprthfxnMlyes the
ndfoatuplendld'ttpedmoa 0rcrud9.otl.tbat e8
Usuod from tho earth.
a twenty-dollar gold piece for it, with the
injunction to preserve the tree for him
until he should return. But he never returned,
and time changed the ownership of
the farm, and high water washed away
the banks of the river until, to save the
tree, it was cut down some time since.
The floods of the past season carried the
"first cut" of the old tree down to the
Vanceburg landing, where it was lodged
and tied up.
Hon J D Kehoo aud Mr Dennis Fitzgerald
wore here Saturday
Mrs Bon Hay aud sou, of Cincinnati, are visiting
Gardens were Injured and lands much washed
by the late storm.
Miss Mattto Black and Miss Josle Smith, of
Ripley, wore visiters here recently.
Mrs Robert Tabb and daughter, who has been
visiting frleudslu the far west have returned
aud taken up their abode among us again.
Mrs OT Sullivan loft, a few day since to Join
her husband at St Joseph, Mo.
tlio prospect for a largo wheat crop was
never bettejr It not bolugjiurtby tho late freeze,
A large crop of tobucco will bo planted in this
JviclnFty, tho present year, Judging from tho
preparation being made. W.
Brooches fasten bonnet strings.
Bronze-brown hair is the fashion.
Linings of mantles are rich and costly.
Jn a bonnet there is a combination of
myrtle green velvet and primrose crepe.
China crape shawls, black and white,
nover go out of vogue for elderly women.
Dark and black straw hats will be much
worn with all sor,s of costumes, including
very bright colored one.
Among the gaowing innovations , in
modern fashions is the wearing of velvet
in all seasons, not excepting mid-summer.
The agreeable features of summer styles
are prevalence of short round skirts, the
absence of bustles, the variety in slnpes
of hats and, bonnets, incostumes and
The new material known as leatherette
is being brought into use in numerous
mechanical and ornamental applications.
It is so perfect an imitation of leather that
the people are utterly unaware that they
are handling something other than leather
itself, and its serviceable nature renders
the detection still more difficult.
The bonnet of the most pronounced
originality brought out this season is
"Loudon Witch' It is an immense
turned-up scoop hat, brimlcss in the back
and short and flat at the sides, an emphasized,
exaggerated old style Dunstable
It Ks vastly becoming to piquant faces, ft
is trimmed with quantities of flowers or
feathers or iibbonstat the option of the
How to brush velvet is a thing, easy as
it seems, not known to everybody. The
whole secret lies in the muirufeuicu' of
the brush. Take a hat-brush that is not
too soft, but has the bristles elastic, that
will return at once to their original state
after beini pressed aside. Hold thisfirmly
under the palm of the inn 1, in the direction
of thear u, and with the bristles downward
; and pressing them, tisr, gently
into the substmce of the velvet; and the
brush must be lifted up and placed in a
similar manner over every pirt required
to be brushed. By this means velvet will
be improved, instead of deteriorated, and
will last for years.
A large amount uf coal from the Big
Sandy country was delivered at Lexington
recently at ten cents a bushel. The Press
says: "Our people are at length getting a
large return on the cost of our railroads.
At present prices of fuel, as compared
with old-time prices, the saving will in a
few years more than equal the ordinal
investment in railroads.'1
Jane wheat c.SI iWi
' pork. 18 fin
lard 11 40
Corrected daily by O. W. Gkiskl, grocer, .Second
street, Maysville, Ky,
Limestone $ 8 50
Maysville Family 7 7n
Maysville Oily 8 2S
Mason County '. M 7 75
Elizavlllo Family 7 50
Butter, 1) lb 202fj
Uird,Vtb f 1115
Lig Q' I V "vA(. ....... ............... . . imimmi . . . . ...... 1J
uUll 01 pcClv .... ... .. ....... . . . . ............ oil
Molasses, fancy " 50
Coal Oil, t gal 20
Sugar, granulated ty lb HJ
A.W tb 11
11 yellow lb 9aio
Hams, sugar cured tb ; 1415
Bacon, breakfast fVtb .. 14i5
Hominy, $ ealion 20
Beans fl gallon 59
Potatoes $l peck- Mti. 869.49
Dried Peaohes H
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