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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN .
FRIDAY, EVE., JUNE 9, 1882.
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Local notices ten cents a Hue; subsequent
insertions flvo cents a Hue.
Wants, three lines, ten cents, subsequent
Special rates where advertisers use both the
dally and weekly.
One inch in the Daily BoxijEtin for one
year costs S5, and for six months but S3.
Is looking round for ways and means,
For putting up the Jail,
We beg to name a little plan,
We guarantee won't fall.
To briug the wealth in goodly pile,
Just tax the city dogs,
And should you need an avalanche
Why tax the city hogs.
Messrs. A. 0. Sphar & Co. are making
some very handsome pressed brick this
A number of the ponds on farms near
this city have lately been stocked with
German Carp" received from "Washington.
TnE pulpit of the Christian Church will
be filled next Sunday, morning and evening,
by the Rev. H. B. Taylor. Mr. Briney
will be absent that day at New Richmond,
The Masonic Mutual Benefit Association,
during the year ending May 27th,
1882, had twenty-one deaths among the
members, making one hundred and fifty
since its organization.
Thomas Shipley, a farmer living near
Manchester, Ohio, was thrown from his
horse on the 7th inst., and had his leg
broken and his ankle dislocated. He also
sustained other injuries that make his recovery
A sensible exchange says : The man
who helps to circulate a bit of gossip is as
bad as the one who originated it. To put
your fist in a tar barrel and then go round
shaking hands with everybody is what
some people like to do.
According to an agricultural writer, a
cool, wet summer is not the worst thing
that could befall the country. It would
increase the grass crop, and conseqently
cattle, would thrive, milk and butter would
be plenty, and hardy vegetables and fruit
would be benefitted.
Readers of the Bulletin who may need
the services of an attorney will find Mr.
Thomas R. Phister, whose card appears
elsewhere, active, intelligent and prompt
in the discharge of all business entrusted
to him. We take pleasure in recommending
him to the favor of our readers.
Mr. Arthur Berry, who is about to
discontinue housekeeping, will offer at
public sale at his late residence on Limestone
street, June 13th, all his household
effects, consisting of a good piano, furni.
ture, stove, carpets, pictures and other
articies. See the advertisement elsewhere.
Sealed proposals will be received at the
office of Judge Wall until June 24th, for
the purchase of $45,000 or a less amount
of 5-10 Mason county bonds. Each bond
is for $500, dated July 1, 1882, bearing
interest at 6 per cent, per annum, payable
in yJuly and January, and are redeemable
at any 'time after -five years 'from date.
These bonds will be found a safe and desirable
investment. For further
'apply to Judge Wall.' .'
Annual Meeting: of the Mnysrille Masonic
Mutual Benefit Association
At the annual meeting of the Maysville
Masonic Benefit Association held in this
city June 7th, the following officers were
President A . T. Cox.
Vice President J. W. Alexander.
Treasurer V. (J.Sadler.
Secretary W. H. Holmes.
R. Albert, John P. Phister,
R. BIssett, G. W. Sulser,
' M.O.Russell, T, J. Chenoweth,
E. Myall, C. O. Amnion.
board at laroe.
J. W. Staton, Brooksvllle, Ky.
W. O. Saunders, Carlisle, Ky.
T. M. Dora, Germnntown, Ky.
L. H. Williams, Ripley, O.
Dr. T. Heaton, Aberdeen, O.
J. R. Wilson, Augusta, Ky.
J. H.Cooper, Fleming county, Ky.
W. J. Duzenbery, Guyaudotte, W. Va.
The association was graded as to membership
and assessments, but it is understood
that thejirrangement is not to affect
the present membership. The graded
membership as adopted is as follows :
From 21 to 25 years S 3 00
szotoau " 5 w
30 to 85 " 7 10
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40 to 45 " 12 00
45 to 50 " 15 00
The following is the scale of graded assessments
From 21 to25yeais . 8 1 10
2o to 30 " 115
SO to 35 " 1 20
35 to 40 130
40 to 45 1 40
45 to 50 " 150
The amendment offered by Mr. L. H,
Williams of Ripley, O., carried. Also the
amendments to take the limit from the association
and limit the beneficiaries to $2,-000
when the association reaches two thousand
members or over, and grading the
membership fee and assessments.
Since the organization of the Association
the widows and orphans of deceased members
have received $253,532.
Anniversary Exercises of the Maysville
Female Institute, Wednesday, June
14th 1882, at Eight O'clock P. M.
ORDER OF EXERCISES-PART FIRST.
Presentation of Premiums
La Galliua, (Gottacbalk) Miss Alma Riggln
Lies Echo." del'ame. (Schubert)
Misses Lizzie Wood and Alma Riggln
Presentation of Diploma Rev. J. K. Pace
Valedictory Addresses. ..-Miss Alice Daugherty
Chorus - Class
OPERETTA THE GENIUS OF S3NQ AND STORY.
Genius Miss Sallie Thompson
Frolics Misses Blanche CruruuKateNewdlzate,
Cora Lowry, Maggie Sulser, Lettle Wood,
Jessie Judd, Phebe Wood, Maggie Hill. Kate
Albert, Carrie Hall.
Fancy Bright Miss Maggie Nollu
High Desire Miss Anna McDouglo
Princess Fact Miss Llda Hill
Princess Fable Miss Jennie Taylor
Jack, the Giant Klller...Master Harry B. Owens
Columbus Master Clarence McOracken
Lily Bell MIps Ella Crum
Thistledown Miss Alma Riggln
Tltanla Miss Lela Wheeler
Maid of Orleans Miss Emma Sowards
Robinson Crusoe Master Jesse Newdigate
Washington Master Stanley Nollu
Satin Paw '. Miss Blanche Crum,
Selverina Miss Florence Yago,
Vevetlna Miss Lizzie Wilson,
Maud Miller Miss Keith Green,
Katie and her Letter Miss Sallie Daugherty,
Kathleen Miss ILattle Glascock,
Lady Lea Alma Riggln,
Bo-Peep Hattie Albeit,
Boy Blue Master Oscar McDougle,
Silver Bell Miss Mary Alexander,
Cockle Shell Miss Rosa Hill,
May Queen Miss Lizzie Wood,
Adrfilrpq to the Pn J MlrtS Bessle Martin,
Mls3 SllUle DaUEr,erty,
Cinderella Miss Lela Wheeler,
Josephine Miss Docla Rhodes,
Arabella Miss Ida Swarts,
God Mother Miss Sudle Duvall.
Representative children Mintle Smoot, Pauline
Crum, Emma Carnahau, George Lloyd,
Hall Strode and Harry Sulser.
Gnome Queen Miss Alice Daugherty,
Plauo Miss Annie F. Albert.
Admission 25 cents. Reserved seats 50
cents. For sale at Harrv Taylor's News
Respecting the Cincinnati and South
Eastern Railroad the Bracken Chronicle
Our railroad retnal ns 1 n statu quo although no
work his been doneave that of the engiueers
during the past week. Preparations ars being
made to pusli the work vigorously; and when
it does begin, lost time will bo made up. The
river Is so high now and has been most all of
last week, that ruaaons, could not workatlhe
many bridges between here and .Newport, and
as that la the class of work that is behind,
nothing is lost by this delay, no more. than
would have of necessity occurred during the
high stage of water in the river. We have had
wretched weather durlufc this seasonfthUH far
foCrairrdad" building. AThef company lTstll
right and,.lhroAa.wllLrBelUji)llt; dot that down
in your ralnd.
Sales of Lanu.
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 :
Sophia J. Curtis and husband, to Lewis M.
Collls, 33 acres of laud In Masoa county : consideration,
Sarah A. Dickson and husband and others, to
A. M. Cooper, grantor's interest in 50 acres, 1
rood and 1 pole of laud in Mason county ; consideration,
H. B. Uushraan and wlfo to J. M. Stroude,
three-fifth interest in 103 acres of laud
near Minerva ; consideration, $3,500.
James H. Bailee, com'r.. to Thomas A. Kro-
shears, 21 acres of laud In Charleston Bottom.
Eliza Johnson to G. W. Blatterman, Jr., two
houses and lots on Maddox Avenue; also flvo
lots on Lexington pike within city' limits ; also
one lot on east fcide of Wall street between
Front and Second ; consideration, S2,i00.
Fred Kelach and wife to J. M. Boyd, 110 acres
2 roods and 20 poles of land near Dover ; consideration,
W. S. Frank to Win. Fitzgerald, house and
lot on east side of Limestone street, between
Second and Third; consideration, Sl.liOO.
G. W. Blatterman, Jr., and wife, to Wm.
Wormald, lot on east side of Wall street between
Front and Second: consideration, So'05.
C. B. Pearco to Maria C. Frazee, house and lot
on north side of Fourth street west of Sutton ,
The following order was made at the
late term of the County Court : ''Whereas
on the 9th day of February, 1SS0, an order
was entered in the Mason County Court,
creating the voting Precinct of Chester,
and defining its boundaries, and whereas
said order, in so far as it attempted to
permit voters living in the Orangeburg
Justices District to vote at the town of
Chester, was and is absolutely void and
illegal, and whereas the entire order was
and is an error, the court now sets aside
said order, in so far as it can be done, and
considers same void and of no effect and
notifies all the voters within the boundaries
of said voting precinct of Chester, to
cast their votes as follows: Those living
in Maysville district No. 1 shall vote at
the court house in Maysville Ky., and
those living in Orangeburg district No. 9,
shall vote in the town of Orangeburg, this
Card From J. P. Haibeson.
To the Democratic voters of the Ninth
Congressional District: Many friends in
Fleming and other counties of this district
have, in various ways, signified their desire
that I shall represent its people in
the next congress. And as this is in perfect
accord with my own inclination, and
would gratify the highest and most honorable
ambition of the life that began and
has been spent among you, I now avail
myself of submitting my hopes and aspirations
to your decision,' in convention
Whatever claims I may have upon
your good will and suffrage, as compared
with others who will, in all probability,
appeal to you, are respectfully referred to
your own determination, with the request
that you will weigh them impartially : and
in rendering your verdict you will be governed
solely by what you deem but for the
common goocfof the party and the community.
For myself I will only say that if I did
not believe I could discharge the responsible
duties of the position in a manner
satisfactory to all of vou, and gratifying to
the partiality of well wishers, I would not
seek it. And if successful, the best
energies I possess will be at once and continuously
thrown into the canvas, to
strengthen the party in the district and to
indicate and maintain its policy and principles.
And should I be chosen as your
representative at Washington, I shall feel
that no labor will be too great to repay
your kind support and justify your choice.
While holding to the traditions of the
past, so far as they spur us on to honorable
endeavor, and keep bright within our
hearts the spirit of liberty and watchfui
ness, it would be my aim to conciliate
party animosities, to heal the wounds of
the former strifes, to cement the entire
party in the bonds of one common and
harmonious brotherhood, .to cut loose
from all extinctisms which have no practical
application to the tithes or the popular
temper, and bend' every energy to promote
the peace and prosperity of the people
to cultivate a spirit, of friendliness and
banish that of hate; and, above all, to develop
the'ric.li material resources of our
state and country, and so far as
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About two-thirds of the tobacco-crop of
Bracken county have been set out.
Says the Ashland Independent :
Mrs Ellis, who had sat with her husbaud
during the trial, was escorted to the cars Saturday
morning by her landlady and Mr Brazoe,
both of whom knew of her husband's tragic
death, while Mrs E wastotally ignorant of it.
she took the cars at Catlettsburg lor the homo
of her parents in West Virginia, and, when
passing the Jail, waved her handkerchief, as
she thought to Ellis, not dreaming but that he
was still alive and in the Jail.
Points About People Here anil Elsewhere.
Judge J. M. Nesbitt and wife, of 0
are the guests of their son,' Mr. Thos.
Miss Anna Mowell, of Washington,
county, Pa., is the guest of the family of
Col. Gus. Simmons, of Aberdeen.
Mrs. Col. Gus Simmons and Master Lee
Simmons, arrived at home, Thursday, from
a visit of several weeks in Washington
Mr. Henry Smoot has returned from
Cincinnati, where he had a surgical operation
performed on one of his eyes by Dr.
Buckner, a distinguished surgeon of that
city. The operation, Mr. Smoot thinks,
was entirely successful.
At Btouksville. Ky., June 2 18v5, to the wife
of Judge C. C. Powet, a daughter.
At Powersvllle, Bracken county, Ky., Miss
LIOA THARP to Mr. WILLI M MAlNtf.
July wheat 31 18
pork -0 (ju
lard i I 4734
" corn , 72
Markets B mml:'?.
Corrected dally by (Jt. W. GKW?.rMrocer, Second
stieet, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone J 8 123
Alaysvllle Family 7 SO
Maysville Uity 00
Mason County 7 :".()
Elizaville 7 2,i
Butter, lb 2 '(5,23
Meal " peck '.in
Buckwheat, ty tt
Moluvses, fancy &0
Coal Oil, $ gal 20
Sugar, granulated" to
' A. Trim Ii
yellow $m 910
Hams, sugar curei $ fo 1510
Bacon, breaktast "ft tb a 25(1(1
Hominy, ty gallon 2u
Beans ty gallon .50
Potatoes Iji peck 0070
Dried Peaches 8
Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing Nails,
permanently cured without the slightest palu
or blood, no acid used, by Da. L. rtimousen,
now at ROOM NO. 5, CENTRAL HOTEL. Dr.
o. remalued one hundred days at Louisville
and three weeks In Frankfort, five weeks In
Lexington aud two weeks iu Danville.
NOTICE I he doctor will remain here only
for a short time. Hasnoagents. He is only to
be seen at the hotel. Send for circular, tree.
Household Property For Sale.
I will offer at public sale on
TUESDAY, JUNE 13th,
at the late residence of Arthur Berry on Limestone
street, the following household effects;
A. good Piano, Carpets, Chairs, Tables, Bed
steads, Mattrasses, a first-class Cooking Stovo
and Utensils, Pictures, China aud Tableware
and other artloles.
Terms made kuown on day of sale. Sale at
10 o'clock a. m. W.8. FRANK, Agent.
George C. Qoggln, Auctioneer. Oltd
mil ON. It. PHISTER,
ATTORNEY AT I, AW,
And Examiner for Mason Comity.
Prompt attention given to collections. Ofllco
ou Court street, Maysville, Ky. my20lyv