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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
THURSDAY, EVE., JUNE 9, 1882.
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insertions Ave cents a line.
Wants, throe lines, ten cents, subsequent insertions
Special rates whore advertisers use both the
dally and weekly.
One inch in the Daily Bulletin- for one
year costs 5, and for six months but 83.
On every hand, where'er you turn,
On hill and dale and plain,
Now ready for the sickle nod.
The heads of golden grain.
And for the "blighted fields" we see,
And for "their labor, lost,"
The men who plant and till the soil
Just owe it to Jack Frost.
The army worm is said to be working
havoc in many of the wheat fields in this
Thomas Cooper and Joseph Jordan have
been arrested in Lewis county, on the
charge of illicit distilling. The are confined
in the jail at Yanceburg.
The following marriage licenses have
been issued in Brown county, Ohio, since
our last report :
Wright Conover and Elizabeth Smith.
Peter Schneller and Katie Pozzo.
Thomas E. Garrison and C. A. Howard.
Francis Dorsey and Elizabeth Rockay.
James Self and Elizabeth Caldwell.
"Work is to begin immediately on the
Cincinnati and Eastern Railroad, east of
Newport Depot in Adams county, Ohio.
The contractor, Mr. M. McKay, has advertised
for seventy -five laborers and fifty
teams and offers employment the season
Mr. Charles White, of East Maysville,
was before the Mayor yesterday, at the
instance of Mr. W. C. Pennywitt, editor
of the Republican, to answer the charge
of using language with intent to provoke
a breach of the peace. The Mayor after
hearing the testimony of a number of wit
nesses dismissed the case.
An advertisement announcing a closing
out sale at the dry goods store of A. R.
Glascock & Co., preparatory to their removal
to the new location on Second street
will appear in the Daily Bulletin tomorrow,
and all those who are in search
of bargains in this line of goods will do
well to read it. The prices are going to be
of a sensational character.
Ellis's Last Words.
The Ashland Republican prints the following
as the dying declaration of Ellis,
the murderer who was lynched at, that
place last week:
"The murderer was asked if he had anything
to say, and he answered: 'Nothing.
in court was true; the other two
are guilty, and so am I; not of actual murder
but of enough. I deserve to die." He was
then asked if he wanted to pray, to which he
replied ; " No, I have made all the preparation
I can, and am ready." He was then pulled up
from the ground and allowed to hang for a
moment, then let down considerably choked,
but still alive. "When he had sufficiently recovered,
he said" Oh, why didn't you let me
hang?" He was asked: ' Is there anything
vou have not told?" He answered: No; let me
hang this time." He was then hauled up and
the rope secured. He died without a struggle."
The Ashland Express adds :
These were the dying declarations of a man
who knew he was doomed, and that death
.awaited him. These statements were made
when he knew he would be ushered into eternity
in a few minutes. They were statements
made under the awful circumstances at a time
when he knew that In a few moments his eyes
would be closed in death and there was no relenting
on the part of, the mob, who had seen
lit to take the execution of the law; no, not of
the law, but of their own vengeance upon their
victim, Into their own hands. The statements
were made in an honest hour, and none but an
Idiot will pretend to say they wore not true.
Annual Meeting of the Maysville Masonic
Mutual Benefit Association.
At the annual meeting of the Maysville
Masonic Benefit Association held in this
city yesterday afternoon, the following officers
were elected :
Vice President J. W. Alexander.
Treasurer W. C. Sadler.
SecretaryW. H. Holmes.
R. Albert, John P. Phlster,
R. Blssett, G. W. SUlser,
M.C.Russell, T. J. Chenoweth,
E. Myall, O. O, Amnion.
BOARD AT LARGE.
J. "W. Staton. Brooksville, Ky.
T. M. Dora, Germantown, Ky.
L. H. Williams, Ripley, O.
Dr. T. Heaton, Aberdeen, O.
J. R. Wilson, Augusta, Ky.
J. H.Cooper, Fleming county, Kv.
W. J. Duzeubery, Guyaudotte, W. Va.
The association was graded as to membership
and assessments, but it is understood
that the arrangement is not to affect
the present membership. The graded
membership as adopted is as follows :
From 21 to 25 years S 3 00
25 to 30 5 00
" flO to 35 " 7 00
" 35 to 40 " 0 00
' 40 to 45 " 12 00
45 to 50 " 15 00
The following is the scale of graded assessments:
From 21 to 2" years S 3 00
2-5 to 80 " 5 OD
" 30 to 85 " 7 00
" 35 to 40 " 9 00
" 40 to 45 ' 12 00
" 45 to 50 " 15 00
The amendment offered at the last meeting
by Mr. S. H. Williams of Ripley, was
the only amendment to be considered, and
was adopted. No other amendments were
offered for consideration at the next meeting.
Since the organization of the Association
the widows and orphans of deceased members
have received $253,532.
Julia A. Hunt.
Miss Julia A. Hunt, the actress, who
claims Kentucky as the State of her nativity,
is not meeting with the success in New
York that attended her in the South. The
Sun pronounces her new play of "Florinel"
as a silly, dreamy and badly-constructed
affair, and says she is "impulsive and
earnest, with some natural capacity for the
stage, and awkward method and indifferent
training. She also sings badly, and belongs
distinctly to the experimental season, but
with more hope of her, perhaps, than
ordinarily attaches to debutantes of her
class." The Herald admits that "she is a
young lady with a fair degree of dramatic
talent a faculty for breaking forth into
song on slight provocation and a considerable
ability in the display of an unusually
varied wardrobe. Miss Hunt did not fail
to make some good points during the
evening, and was equally successful in the
display of pretty satin skirts and pretty
MISS ZOE WATKINS' FATE.
The Body of the Missing Denver Girl
Found in the Mississippi River.
St. Louis, May 30th. L. A. Watkins, a
wholesale hide and leather dealer, removed
from St. Louis to Denver on account
of failing health several years ago.
He still maintained a branch house in St.
Louis, and his family have kept up intimate
relations with friends here. Miss
Zoe Watkins and her elder sister, Lilly
Watkins, arrived in the city May 13. They
were on their way to New Orleans on a
pleasure trip, but stopped here for a few
days to visit the family of Mr. James Martin,
City Weigher. A party was arr.anged
in honor of the two young" ladies for the
18th. At about four'o'clock in the afternoon
Miss Zoe said she would go out and
post a letter to a. friend in Denver, and at
the same time pay a farewell visit to a
lady in the neighborhood. She was accompanied
to the corner of the street, to
the letter box, by one of the family. This
was the last seen of her. As evening approached,
and the time for dressing for
the party came, some little anxiety was
felt by the Martin family, but no alarm.
About halfpast eight o'clock a messenger
was sent to the house where she had intended
visiting, and it was then learned
that the girl had not been thereat all. The
police was informed of the mysterious
disappearance, but were begged" that no
publicity be given to the case. -.
-Miss Zoe seventeen .years-old.-
. pretty,blickleyed .An'cLpliimp. jt ..The .po
lice of the western cities have been constantly
on the lookout for clues which
might lead to her discovery. This morning
a body floated into the eddy at the
foot of Edward street, Carondelet, the peculiar
locality where the river has given
up so many hundreds of its dead. Joseph
Ray, a lisherman who had been furnished
with a description of Miss Watkins at once
recognized the body as that of Miss Zoe
Watkins. The remains were taken to the
morgue, where a searching examination
No marks of violence were found and
the manner of her drowning remains a
Mrs. Lizzie Caldwell In Mcmorimn.
Though thou hnst gained the blessed Aiden.
t .LuaiA&cu ii vjiii viiiv iiuii utuiiii.r ljjj,
uur Hearts are sau ana neavy lauen,
For thy great gain is to us loss.
Thou, entered in the heavenly portal,
With crown, and lyre, and well-earned palm
Sit steeped in joy's deep and immortal,
And for all pain, harts found a balm.
To other years the mind will wander,
When thou wast gay, and strong, and well,
And on thy loveliness we ponder,
Till roused by, funereal bell. .
The days went by with song and laughter,
And ille was bright with joyous hope,
Undimned by thought of a hereafter,
Embracing sorrow in its scope.
But thou, with grief wast made acquainted,
And though thou left us in thy youth,
"We know that thou art crowned and sainted,
In that dear land of peace and truth.
Ukbana, Ohio, June 0, lbS2.
July wheat ,5 1 1"
pork 20 10
"lard 11 42
" corn 7o2
Corrected dally by G. V. Geisel, grocer, Second
street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone . S 8 25
Maysville Family 7 50
Maysville City 8 00
Mason County 7 50
Ellzaville 7 2-5
Butter, $ tt 2025
Lard.m Ho 15
Eggs, $ doz 20
MealD peck 30
Buckwheat, $ tb 4)f5
Molasses, fancy 60
Coal Oil, B gal 20
Sugar, granulated ty lb liy
' A.ty tt Ii
" vellow 33 tb r. 9(3)10
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nuius. sugur cuiuu p iu io(tyiu;
Bacon, breakfast D lb a 15($1U
Hominy, "$ gallon 2u
Beans ) gallon 50
Potatoes ifi peck 6070
Dried Peaches 8
Office of Judge of Mason County Court,
Maysville, Ky., June 1, 1S&2.
SEALED proposals will be received at this
until SATURDAY, THE 2-mi DAY OF
J UNE, 18S2. for the purchase ot
or a less amount of
5-10 Mason County Bonds
Kentucky each bond Is for $500 of date July 1
1882, bearing interest at fl per cent, per annum,
payable semi-annually, in July and January.
Bonds redeemable at any time after tU e years
from date, and payable at the expiration ot ten
years from date.
The committee authorized to sell said Bonds,
reserves the right to reject any or all bids or accept
them to a part only of their amounts.
Proposals to be in writing, signed by the
party, sealed and endorsed, " Bids for Bonds,"
and addressed to the Committee to erect Jail."
Bonds to be delivered and money paid July
1, 1882. GARRETT S. WALL,
ni3ldtw Chairman of Committee.
ALL persons having claims against CHAS. P
Cook, will present them to ua properly
authenticated for settlement, and all persons
Indebted to said Cook are requested to pay
us, aa we alone have authority to receipt for
same. COONS & SALLEE,
Chas. P. Cook.
PERSONS desiring to purchase Tobacco Stick
wllldowell to call on TAYLOR BKOW
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TFIOROUGHLY competent teacher desires
A to give lesson on the Violin, on reasonable
terms, For particulars apply at
mayOtfd THIS OFFICE.
Be it ordained by the Board of Counctlmcn of
the city of Maysville, That a tax of ninety cents
on each one bundled dollars worth ot taxable
property in the city of Maysville be, and the
same is hereby levied for revenue and general
purposes for the year 1)582, and the collector and
treasurer, and marshal, are authorized aud directed
to collect the same and account for it according
Sec. i. Beit further ordained. That a tax of
ten cents on each one hundred dollars worth
ot taxable property in the city of Maysville be,
and the same Is hereby levied for school purposes
for the year 18S2, to be collected and accounted
for by the collectoi and treasurer, and
marshal, according to law.
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, That a poll-tax
of one dollar and titty cents on each male Inhabitant
of the city ot Maysville over twenty-one
years of age be, and the same is heieby
lor the year 18S2, to be collected and accounted
lor by the collector and treasurer, and
marshal, according to law.
Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, That a tax of
two dollars and titty cents on each bitch, a tax
of one dollar on each dog and a tax of fifty
cents on each hog aud pig be levied for the
year 1&2, to bs collected and accounted for according
to law. L. ED. PEARCE,
President City Couucil.
Attest Harry Taylor. Clerk. JI3tw
FLOWEhS and PLANTS
For all kind of
FLOWERS AND PUNTS
H. H. COX'S
East side. Court street,
For the next Mxty days we w.ll offer our
large a d complete a.o :li of t p.v a.d taucy
Dry Goods and Notions,
at greatly reduced prices fir CAH, tor the
purpose of going out of Our Mock Is
all new and the very lutest :yle, purcha.ed in
the East this spring. We have a l.irae stock of
Ladles' Dress Goods, Millinery Goods.
Linen Suits vmiety of Lauie.s'and
Children Shoes, Coisets, tfce. Aloa large stock
nf Ready-Made Clothing for Men and Boy's,
Hats, Caps Boots and Stoes and Gents' Furnishing
Goods, &c. The pi ices at which we have
marked down our stock we are satisfied will
pay you to call and see us. We will take all
kinds of country produce in exchange for goods.
J. A. JACKSON & SON.
Mayslick. Ky., May 15, lSb5.
P. S. Those knowing themselves Indebted to
J.A.Jackson by note or on account will please
call and settle, as I am determined to close up
my business, peacably it I can, forcibly it I
must. myl82mw J.A.JACKSON.
Of every description Will be glad to have you
call aud examine
STYLE, QUALITY and PRICES,
2nd door below Bank of Maysville.
Fashionable ready-made clothing, in the lat
est styles and fabrics at
Unprecedented LOW Prices.
New stock just received direct from the manufacturers
consequently there will be no extra
commissions to be paid.
We will not be under undersold. Our prices
are the lowest and our goods of the very best
qualliy. Give us a call and save money.
Suits made to order on reasonable terms,
VIC ROY & LEE,
Second St., adjoining Sulser, Petry & Co.
T GHTNING RODS. The most approved and
safest rods In use at lowest prices. See
samples aud learn prices at Myall & Riley 'a
j i fc , . . L. C. HAMER &.CO.