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DAILY feVENING BULLETIN,
friday eve., sept. 22, 18s2.
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FfiiMiT us here to say to you,
To have a lot of fun,
Just go up to the trotting park
And see the fat men run
IiUttrell, Dobyns, Wilson, Grant,
And may be others too,
Will all be there and do their best
Tho race to waddle through.
Business men desiring to make use of
tho columns of the Daily Bulletin during
the week of the fair will please hand
in their advertisements immediately, otherwise
wo may be obliged to disappoint
some of them as our space is limited.
New stock of Hats and Caps cheap at J.
W. Sparks & Bro.
ISTew Dress Goods, Sackings and Cloak-Ings
just received at J. W. Sparks & Bro.
Ern. Erwood, living near Vanceburg,
was fatally injured recently by a log rolling
Headquarters for .Shirts, Collars, Socks,
Elandkercheifs and Neckwear at J. W.
Sparks & Bro.
The Telegraph, thoroughly refitted and
provided with an eletric light; passed up
last night in place of the Bonanza.
The St. Nicholas Hotel at Lexington has
been sold to J. W. Tell for $13,000. It is
reported that other parties ore trying to
buy the Phcenbc Hotel.
The report that the Bourbon fair was a
financial failure is contradicted and it is
now said that the receipts were larger than
they were the previous year.
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The hop to-night promises to be even
more elegant than the one Wednesday
night. The programmes are handsomer, a
larger crowd is expected and a delightful
evening is assured. No gentleman will be
admitted under any circumstances unless
lie has a ticket. This will be rigidly enforced
and by this means perfect order can
be maintained. The floor managers for
to-night are II. S. Wood, Geo. B. Thomas,
O. T, Poyntz, Wm. Hall, John A. Green,
James Threlkeld, Lud. Browirng, V. C.
Miner, Geo. Rogers.
The district stewards of the Maysville
district M. E. church, South, meet to
day at the oflico of the pastor of the M. E.
church, South of this city. This meeting
fixes tho salary of the presiding plder of
the district and apportions to the various
charges, claims for missionary and conference
purposes. First quarterly meeting
of this conference year will be held at
the M.E. church, South, Saturday and Sunday,
Rev. J. W. Fitch, Presiding Elder.
Preaching Saturday morning, Sunday
morning and evening.
It is very rarely that atripple cf excitement
disturbs the quiet every day life at
tho county clerk's oflico. Thursday, however,
was an exception to the rule. The
occasion at the county clerk's W. W. Ball's
office, Judge W. P. Coons, officiating. The
contracting parties were Miss Lamira Henderson
and Mr. Robert Mason, of this
county. It was the first marriage that
Judge Coons hasbeen called on to solemnize
and witnesses to the affair, aver that it was
difficult to decide which was the more excited
our county judge or he bridegroom.
The Portsmouth Tribune prints tho
S lowing: It is said the parties who hung
George Ellis at Ashland, last June, were
friends of Neal and Craft, who took this
summary modo of execution partly
through revenge, and partly to get rid of a
troublesome witness. If this is true tho
friends of Ellis will probably retaliate by
hanging Messrs. Neal and Craft, should
tho law and the incensed citizens fail to
perform that delicate operation, so that
the two gentlemen referred to have tho
choice of three routes to tho land of tho
sweet by and bye.
A Large Crowd I Attendance Wick Min
ncr of the Purse in the 2:50 Class.
Tim cittAnrinnpA nit fha tlilrrl ilav of Mi ft
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fair was all that could be wanted. The
large amphitheater was crowded with people,
representing the wealth, beauty and
chivalry of Kentucky.
The crowd might bo safely estimated at
ten thousand. The display of saddle
horses in the arena was excellent. The
following is a list of premiums awarded:
Best stallion 4 years old aud over, to J. F. '
Wupdfordof Mt, Sterling, premium $20.
Best stallion 3 years old and under 4, to F, S
Gaines of Georgetown, Ky.f premium $15.
Best stallion 2 years and under 3, to J. F.
Woodford ol Mt, Sterling, premium 210.
Best mare 4 years old and over, to Mitchell &
Thomas of Helena, premium $20.
Best mare 3 years old aud under 4, to J. F.
Woodford of Mi.Sterliuir, premium 315,
Best mare 2 years and under 3, to J. F. Poe of
of Augusta, Ky.. premium SlO.
Best sauule geiuuig4 years olu and over, to
W. W. Baldwin fc Co. of this county, premium
Best saddle gelding 3 years old and under4,
to A. W. Thompson of Maysllck, premium f20.
SWEEPSTAKES FOR SADDLE.
Best stallion of any age to A. W. Thompson
of Maysllck, premium $2?.
Best mare of any age to J. F. Woodford of
Mt. Sterling, Ky piemlum $25.
Best saddle horse, mare or gliding to, W. W.
Baldwin & Co. premium 825.
Best walking mare or gelding, to Perry Jefferson,
of this county, premium $20..
Special and fancy ring given by young
men of Maysville, for fastest mare or gelding,
driven to buggyjy owner, mile heats,
two best in three :
First to Robinson A Dobyns, of Camp Dick
Robinson, Mamie B.; premium 530.
Second to 815.
Third to Henry Chenowetli, 55,
The track was in excellent condition,
and the racing was an enjoyable event of
the day. The class was for horses that
had never trotted better than 2:30. There
were eight entries with seven horses to
start, Wick, Roxy, Puritana, Yazoo, Mayflower,
Dixie Q. and Fannie Ma). Wick
was the favorite all along, from the first,
and won with ease in 2:35, Eoxie, owned
by S. M. Poyntz, of this county, getting
The following is a summary of the
race : ,
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Puritana 4 3 4
Yazoo 3 6 0
Mayflower. 5 4 3
Fannie May 7 dis
Time 2:39, 2:3-5, 2:36.
The directory announced yesterday tlnit
Alexander would trot this afternoon,
against his best; time, 2:19, for a silver
The fast three year old colt, owned by
R. V. Pepper, of Frankfort, Ky., trotted
yesterday against his best time, a mile
heat, and lowered his record to 2:30.
A. AND M. ASSOCIATION.
Fifth Day, Saturday, Sept. 23, 1882.
The following is the fair programme for
to-morrow : '
LUCIEK S. LCTTKELL,!
Wm. H. Yancey, i
John H. Wilson, f Directors
Best stallion 3 years old aud over $ 20 00
Best stallion 3 years and under 4 15 00
Best stallion 2 years and under 3 10 0)
Best mare 4 years old and over 20 00
Best maro3years and under 4 15 00
Best mare 2 years and under 3 in Oo
Two years old and over to be shown In harness
or under saddle.
SWEEPSTAKES FOR ALL PURPOSES.
Best stallion of any any ago S 13 00
Best of any Age 15 t)
Finest aud best stallion with 4 of his get. 20 00
Finest and best niare with 3 of her colts... 20 00
Fastest racking horse, mare or gelding,
once around the track $ 20 CO
Best combined mare or gelding ...? 25 CO
Boy riders under 14 years of age 1st S 7 00
2d 5 00
3d 3 00
Best gentleman Equestrian 15 00
Flnesfand handsomest two-horse turnout,
a magnificent gold lined, trlpple
plated silver water service $ 50 00
SPEED ring $400.
For horses that have never trotted better than
2:40, mile heats, three in rive.
First horse. $ 235 00
Second horse 125 00
Third horse 40 00
Foot Race. -
Tho foot race for a pair of $12 boots will
take place at tho fair grounds to-day. The
entries are as follows: L. S. Luttfell, Jno.
L. Grant, John H. Wilson, and Arthur
Dobyns. A rare time is expected.
The Bulletin will furnish good printing
at lower rates than any other office in
the city. We print bill heads of tho
best quality for So a ream or SO for two
reams. Call and see us.
Smallpox prevails to a 'considerable extent
on Tygart's Creek, in Greenup county.
In one family there are thirteen
cases and five deaths have' already occurred.
On Smith's branch hi the same
neighborhood, six cases are reported. A
woman who lived In the vicinity wont to
Ohio on a visit and contracted the disease,
and returning to her homo spread the contagion
through the neighborhood.
Points About People Here mill Elsewhere.
Mr. Conard Piaster is in tho city.
Miss Stillie E. Day, of Fairview, is a visitor
to the fair.
Mrs. D. F. Bendel and daughter are visiting
friends in Cincinnati, O.
Mrs. Fannie Carver will leave to-day on
a visit to relatives at Cairo, 111.
Miss Anna Allen, of Louisville, is the
guest of Mrs, Thos. Y. Nesbett.
Miss Lizzie Hensley, of West Union, O.,
is visiting Mrs. Hugh Bierbower.
Geo. W. Whitney, of Mt. Sterling, i3
stopping at Mr. Geo. T. Wood's.
Miss Annie McCarty and sister, of the
Blue Licks, are.attending the fair.
Senator John S. Williams is in the city
the guest of Mr. John W. Watson.
Miss Maggie Iseu, of Ripley, O., is visit-1,
ing friends and relatives in this city.
Misses Lizzie Miller (Sinsie) and Ida
Collier are at Mrs. Yourig's, of Fourth
Miss Lulu Soper, of Georgetown, Ky.,
Mrs. Garrett Donovan, of Minerva, and
Sirs. Fannie Bean, of Covington, are the
quests of Col. J. M. Stockton.
Commodore C. M. Hollaway and Capt.
Lewis Glenn, of Cincinnati, are in the city
attending the fair under the escort of Col.
Gus Simmons. The Bulletin is indebted
to them for a call.
Stocks full and complete. New goods
received every day at J. W. Sparks & Bro.
The attention of the visitors to the fair
is especially called to the fine display nf
pianos, made by Mesra. Smith & Nixon ol
Cincinnati, one of the oldest and niot responsible
firms in the United Srntes; they
handle only strictly goods, which
their lonjr experience enables them to
select; and their wealth to purolasf at the
lowest cash prices; no pains i up.ired y
this house to secure to thtdr patrons a
"quid pro quo" for their inviMmeiit; th-y
have just started a branch uliiuf in M,ns
viii the mauairemeut of WiUcii will In-placed
under the contml of Mr. Ln' F.
Metzger, a gentleman of tunny yeir.s experience
and thoroughly reliable. All
those who contemplate buying pianos or
organs will do well to examine the instruments
on exhibition at the fair and at the
parlor of Mr. Metzger, corner Sutton and
Third streets Maysville, Ky.,
promptly attended to.
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. Look Upon This Picture.
Ed. Bulletin: Pet mi t a stringer within
your gates to express his sincere acknowledgements
for the numerous courtesies
extended to him during a brief
sojourn in your beautiful city; and, especially,
for the unfailing courtesy of gentlemen
whom their fellow citizens have
honored with oiiicial position. Your chief
magistrate, citizens of Maysville, is u gentleman
who is in every respect worthy of
his exalted office. $A man ot superb
presence; of fine personal antecedents; of
unexceptionable Social position; thoroughly
versed in the arts of civic administration;
trained to a prompt dispatch of business,
and wholly impartial in his judicial
rulings, he recalls that early type of magistracy
which was once the" peculiar distinction
of eVery Anglo-Saxon commonwealth.
It has been my constant delight to
attend the daily sessions of your citv court
in order that I might study at my leisure
these ancient methods of judicial administration
as revived and applied by your
distinguished mayor one of the noblest
impersonations of justice that ever sat
upon the municipal bench; a picture of
magistracy in itslatestandfiuest
high mental gifts, set ofi by personal
advantages of an impressive character,
a weighty presence, a lofty bearing,
a grave and decisive manner, in a word,
"the fiontor Jove himself
An eye, like Mars, to threaten or command."
Permit me, also, in concluding these
hasty acknowledgements, to express mv
gratification that the social and business
circles of your city should have the constant
advantage of contact with a gentleman
of such merit as the cashier of the
Bank of Maysville. Smooth, elegant, cultured,
an honorable and exact business
man beds everything that a model citizen
should be. Respectfully yours,
Col. Geo. O'Neal.
MELVILLE'S RUINED HOME.
Sared From an Icy Grave to Find His lVife
Philadelphia, September 19. The Record
has the following: When Engineer
Melville left his home to join the ill-fated
Jeannette expedition among tho last persons
ho saw was the good old phvsician
who had attended his family since ho had
been at Sharon Hill, Dr. Congstreth. A
cloud had arisen in Melville's domestic
life. His wife had acquired an appetite
for drink, which had more than once involved
her in trouble and threatened to
engulf him in ruin. All efforts t: conquer
her craving for liquor had failed, and
although at times thero seemed to be
ground for hope, tho Engineer left his
family with many misgivings. Ho asked
his friends to look after his wife and the
little girls, and one day taking tho family
doctor aside, said to him : Look after them,
doctor. I leave them in the hands of
heaven and of my friends." On Friday
night the voyager returned to his home
and found his wife under the influence of
liquor, and the generous reception of the
Sharon Hill people was wound up with a
drunken orgie, in which Mrs. Melville and
the negro waiters were conspicuous. A
Sharon Hill friend of Engineer Melville, a
lady who lives within a hundred yards of
the Melville cottage, said: "Poor Melville's
heart was almost crushed. He had
heard in New York stories which prepared
him to find that Mrs. Melville had
not given up her unfortunate habit, and
these reports, had been, in u measure,
confirmed at Philadelphia, but for the terrible
reality which was to confront him
upon the threshold of his home, he had
not been prepared. Don't misunderstand
me," added the lady. "I don't mean to
say a word that might do Mrs. Melvillean
injustice. She is a most generous, kind
hearted and sympathetic neighbor. A
mother who loved her children and took
excellent care of them in a way. I think
that she is also fond of her husband and
proud of his fame, but the demon which
held possession of her has clouded 'her
whole life and 'involved her unhappy fam
ily in such distress as is painful to think
As goon as Engineer Melville had greeted (
his children, he went into the sitting-room,
where his wife was waiting to receive him.
He saw too truly that his worst suspicions '
were to be realized. Opiates and drugs
had been given to her, in hope that she
might tide over the night. Once during
the evening she broke away from the reception-room
and went to the kitchen,!
where, in company with the colored waiters
and others, .she drank three glasses of
wine aud other liquors.
. When the guests had departed and the
children had been put to bed, the two
were left alone the unfortunate woman
and the unhappy man.' The reaction after
weeks and months of over indulgence,
came at last. Mrs. Melville became alarm-
liigiv delirious. Mie tnreueneu to Kill ner
husband, drew a pistol on him and declared
.-he would iiotonly end his life, but would
destroy her children and burn down the
Mr. Melville then left the house in order
to Mcii her and the man who had braved
death in its mosst dreadful form without a
tremor fled into the dark night miserable
and crushed in spirit. Fearing that his
wife might do harm to herself and her
children, he sent a man -back to watch the
house while he went to procure medical
advice and the counsel of friends. The
result is already known.
Anntiier neighbor anil friend of the Melville
family, to whose house Engineer Melville
went on Sunday morning, says that
she never saw such a picture ot grief in
her life. For a few moments he gave way
to his feelings in a fiood oNtears, with his
head bowed between his hands. Me had
been without all night in anxious consultation
with Drs. Longstreth, of Sharon
Hill, ami Bartle.son, of Clifton, and friends
Later in'the day the two doctors visited
Mrs. Melville, and after a consultation
signed a certificate that her mind had
beeu deranged by chronic alcoholism, and
delivered it to her husband.
As to the sanity or insanity of Mrs. Melville
when not "under the" influence of
liquor, each doctor declined to express an
opinion, bne lias been considered unbalanced
in mind for a long time. Her
mother died insane, and her, aunt died in
an insane asvlum some years ago- Mr.
Melville was compelled to publish a warn- J
ing to the public not to trust his wife on i
his account. She is an excellent shot with
j a pistol or rifle, and on the occasion of her
recent visit to Washington to interview
Secretary Chandler about her allotment
i she threatened to shoot that official.
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" corn 12 22li
Corrected dally by G. Geisel, grocer,
street, Maysville, Ky.
Ajiiuesione ....... .................... .......$ "j
Maysville Family . 0 00
Maysville City . 0 SO
Mason County l 00
Kentucky Mills J 75
Butter, "H ft 25&30
Esses, W doz 20
Mml$ Pock M
Molasses, faucy fcG
Coal Oil, V 81 20
iSuxar, granulated to 11
' A. 3 tb 11
4i yellow V ft 9310
Hams, sugar cured V ft 10Ji
liacon, breakfast H ft 20
Hominy, ty znllou... 2q
neans rei gallon o
Potatoes "0 peck 2g
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Washington OPERA HOUSE.
Thursday, September, 28.
'Enjoin Em. if
' Mr. Francis C. Hamilton.
Supported by a first-class
In tho picturesque four-act Comedy Crania entitled.
ADMISSION .... 50 cts.
RESERVED SEATS - - - - 75 cts.
Reserved seats on sale at TAYLOR'S NEWS
Wholesale and Retail -
iv Goods House
A, R, GLASCOCK I CO I
Are now openlu; one of the most complete
Ever ottered for sale in this city.
From the'Ionms of England Fnnee and
iualthe pooularshades,lucludlny Terra
Cottaond Cadet Blue.
FANCY and STAPLE
Silk Embroidered Robes
In the most popular shades.
REAL VAL. LACES.
LADIES' NECK WEAR,
Cassimeres and Jeans,
Popular Shades, prices guaranteed.
PLUSHES and VELVETS,
Georgetown, Hillsboro, and Murnhysvillo
stocking, all colors at factory prices.
Ginghams and Calicoes.
In endless variety.
DETERMINED not to be undersold by anyone.
One of our Arm has been in the eastern
markets lor several weeks, he has Just returned,
and we leel confident we can pell goods at
wholesale or retail at prices Unit defy competition,
Merchants aud consumers are solicited
to give us a call.
A. R. Glascock & Co.
No. 20, Second Street, MAYSVILLE, KY.