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FOR SALE AT-
egbta PRESENT Given to every child nt
J. C. PECOR & CO.'S.
No, -13, Second Street, 3 doors West of Market.
Headquarters for all kinds of Confectionery
Fruits, Canned Goods, etc.
Fresh Stock and Low Prices.
Come and see.me If you wautto save money.
Hunt & Doyle's.
THE BEST FIVE PENT .CI.Gf RJN
THE, MARKET .t
J. C. Pe.cor
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rfr9, a (PHJg Storf
ST. CHARLES RESTAURANT,
Boardljy (hefoy, weekornahl. he BkW
place in the ;Ily t met the werlh of
MRS. GEO. BARCROFT.
SALLEE & SALLEE,
ATTORNEYS AT EAW
And Real EHtate Agents.
THIRD STREET, near Court House,
seplGdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
TAI7L D. ANDERSON,
T ARGE stock ot
So. 21 Market St. , nearly opp. Central Hotel,
Office Open at all Hoars. MAYSVILLE, KY
WINDHORST & BLUM,
FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS,
Imported and Domestic
Piece goods aud Trimmings on hand. All
orders executed promptly and satisfactorily.
3FCoopers Building, second story, nt head
ol stairs. au2dly
EQUITY GROCERY, j
G. W. GEISEL,
No. 9, TV. Second St., Opp. Opera Uou.se,
Fruits and Vegetables In season. Your patronage
respectfully solicited. jHdlv
WE are now receiving the most elegant f
sortment of BUGGIES, PHiETONS m
CARRIAGES ever brought to the city of Mays-
.M YAIjLkU KlLittY.
no. 7 Second, and 18 Sutton Sts.
to suit all tastes and purses at
G. A. McCARTHEY'S
my5dly No. 30, East Second street.
M. W. cnuLTER has reopened the
MRS. HOUSE and is prepared to furnish
board by the day or week. Meals furnisheu to
transient customers at any hour during the
day. . my!5Cm
r HAVE a lull supply ol the best
1 UEKTEA In the market. Give me atrial
myljlyd , . , GEO. II. HEISER.
IT. H. TxlAXEL,
Baker and Confectioner
The only manufacturer of PURE STICK
CANDY In the city. Orders lor weddings and
parties promptly attended to. myodly
will am caudle,
Manufacturer and Inventor of
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MadeDouble?or&luji'le,for,'meti oiiboys. Address
cgre T. K. Ball & Son,
apl4dawly. ; ' Maysville, Ky.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
.riTSO. W. ROOBR, agent, ofllco UWheatly
,3TACoi,sjrAifkt,stjrbj5io.'wijisona1. a isom)
Full List of
SHEEP FOK WOOL AND MUTTON.
Buck, one year old ocover, two entries. Premium
to Robert Kirk, "Mason.
Buck, under one year old. one entry. Premium
to to John Wallingford, Mason.
Ewe one year old or over, three entries. Premium
to James Kirk, Mason.
Ewe. under one year old, two entries. Premium
to James Kirk, Mason.
LONG WOOL. SHEEP.
Buck, one year old or over, three entries. Taken
by Arthur Donovan, Mason.
Buck, under one year old, one entry. Taken
by John Walllngtord.
Ewe, one year old or over, three entries. Ta-by
James Asbury, Maon.
Ewe, under one year old, one entry. Taken
by Robert Kirk, Mason.
Sow, one year old or over, three entiles. Taken
by Marlon Gates, Bincken.
Sow and brood ot six pigs or more, one entry.
Taken by Marion Gates. Bracken.
Sow. uuder one year old. eight entries. Tn-
ken by Charles Calvert, Mason.
Boar, under one year old, i'ourjentries.
Ken oy Ariuur tinngney, .uasou.
Pair of pies, four entries. Taken by Arthur
Best mule two years old or over, two entries.
Taken by V. W. Baldwin, jr.. Mason.
Best mule one year old and under two, two
entries. Taken by John Wallingford, Mason.
Best mule under one year old, three entries.
Taken by J. W. E- ans, Mason.
Best mule of any age, three entries. Taken
by W. W. Bald- in. Jr., Mason.
Best pair of mules regardless of sex or color,
one enny. Taken by W. V. Baldwin, jr Mason.
Best stallion any age, four entries. Takeulbv
Champion. Entered by J. W. Gardner, Ohio.
Best mare any age, three entries Taken by
Llghttoot. Enteied by James Myres, Ripley.
Best stallion four years old or over, one entry.
Taken by Dick Wagner. Entered by
Moses Lacock, Bracken.
Best stallion two years old and under three,
one entry. Taken by H. W. Jefferson, Mason.
Best stallion under one year old, four entries.
Taken by Thomas McCann, Bracken.
Best mare four years old or over, eight en
tries. Taken by L. S. Day, Bracken.
Best mare three years old niid under four,
eight entries. Taken by A. W. Thompson,
Best mare tw6 years old and under three,
three entries. Taken by Everet Poe. Bracken.
Best mare one year old and under two, five
entries. Taken by William Crihfleld, German-town.
Best s'alllon any age, two entries. Taken by
Dick Wagner. Entered by Moses Lacock,
Best mare any age, eleven entries. Taken by
L. S. Day, Bracken.
HORSES FOR HARNESS.
Best stallion four years old or over, four
entries. Taken by Duke Orange, Jr. Entered
by R. T. Geimain, Boone county.
Best stallion three years old and under four,
one entry. Taken by Prluce. Entered by J.
V. Logan, Pendleton county.
Best stallion two years old and under three,
oue entry. Taken by Charles Stroude, Mason.
Best stallion under one year old, five entries.
Taken by W. R. Crihfleld, Bracken.
Best mare four ears old or over, eight entries.
Taken by Dixie G. Entered by R. T.
Germain, Boone county.
Best mare three years old and under four,
nlneentrlts. Taken by H.D. Watson, Mason
Best mare two years old and under three,
three entries. Taken by J. S. Ewalt, Pendleton
Best mare one year old and under two, eight
entries. Taken by BurtHlggins.Gerniantowu.
Best mare under one year, one entry. Taken
by Hiram Dye, Mason county.
Best stallion of any age, one entry. Taken
by Duke Orange, jr. Entered "by R. T. Ger-'
main, Boone county.
j Best mare of any age, six entries. Taken by
Dixie G. Entered by R, T. Germain, Boone.
Special premium by Y'ancey & Alexander,
for narness horse, mare or Gelding, 825, thirteen
eutries, Taken by J. H Carpenter, Bourbon
Special premium by Brooks & Parker, best
saddle gelding, 815, twelve entries. Taken by
Taylor Hancock Bracken.
Special premium by Hechiuger Bros. & Co,,
best saddle mare or gelding, $157 seven entries.
Taken by W. W. Baldwin, jr.; Mason. '
Best pair of harness horses, regardless of
color, sex, or owner, 820, four entries. Taken
by Victor- & Carpenter, Harrison and Bourbon.
Bet pair of matched geldings, color, size and
action, 820, seven entries. Taken by Victor &
Carpenters, Harrison and Bourbon.
Best pair ol matched mares, color size and
!( J )I EVENING BULLETIN.
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" HEW TO THE LINE, LET THE CHIPS FALL WHEBE THEY MAY."
VOLUME 1. MAYSVILLE, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 18, 1882. NUMBER 282.
Down They Go.
Meaninc the prices of iob printing. The i
following low rates will hereafter rule at
the Bulletin Job Printing Rooms. They
are -the lowest. ever offered in this city by
anyl printing establishment. The
tion does not mean careless printing and
inferior stock, but on the contrary first-class
press-work and composition and the
best quality of paper:
Bill Ifcnils per ream S3 00
Two Renins 9 00
IiCtter Heads per renin -1 50
Packet Note Heads per renin 3 00
Commercial Note Hends per renin 2 75
Envelopes per thousand 3 00
Visiting Cards fifty .. 25c
And other printing at proportionately
low prices. Bosser & McCarthy.
"AS. H. SALLEE, '
CLARENCE L. SALLEE.
action, $20, three entries. Taken by R. T. Ger.
Special piemium by AVorthington &. Stuart,
best saddle horse, mare or gelding, $23. four
entries, Taken by Thomas Anderson, Maspn.
Special premium by Thomas Jackson, best
walking norse, mare or geuung, fourteen en
tries, all). Taken by Joseph Kirk, y.
Bull 3 years and over 1 entry. J. M. Walton ,
German town, Ky., 3.0.
SWEEPSTAKES FOR CATTLE.
Bull of any age 1 entry. J, M. Walton,
Ladies driving match 5 entries. Taken by
Mrs. W. C Threlkeld, Falmouth, Ky., 10.
Stallion 4 years old or over 2 entries. Taken
by A. W. Thompson, Mayslick, Ky., (Yellow
Stallion two years old and under three, two
entries. Taken by J. J. Reese, Bracken county,
Stallion one year old and under two, two en
trie. Taken by R. T. Germain, Boone county,
Stallion under oue year old, ffve entries.
Taken by J. D. Logan, Pendleton county, Ky.,
Mare four years old aud over, four entries.
Taken by J. P. Reese. Augusta, Ky.
Mare three years old and under foui, three
pntrles. Taken by H. C. Liter & Sons Augusta,
Mare two years old and under three. 1 entry.
Taken bv Albert Scott, Mason county, Ky., SS.
Mare 1 year old and under two, four entries.
Taken by Geo. Harry, Pendleton county, Ky.,
Robertson coutty premium. All purpose
colt uuder one year: Regardless of sex, six entries.
Taken by W. R. Crihfleld, Germautown,
SWEEPSTAKES FOR ALL PURPOSES STALLION,
Anv age four entries. Taken by A.
Mayslick, Ky., 510.
Mare any age, seven entries. Taken by J. P
Reese, Augusta, Ky.. S20t
Best roadster, mare or gelding. Premium by
Jacob Wolf, Brooksvllle, Ky., Ave entries. Taken
by Liter & Son, Augusta, Ky., flue overcoat.
Combined gelding. Premium by J. H. Coons,
Brooksvllle, Ky., Ave entries. Taken by Taylor
Hancock, Brooksvllle. Ky., $15;
Saddle horse, mare or gelding, three year old
and under four. Premium Frank B. Ranson,
Maysville,Ky., four entries. Taken by A. W.
Thompson, Mayslick, Ky., pair of french calf
Model stallion four entries. Taken by A.
W, Thompson, Mayslick, Ky., (Yellow Jacket)
Model mare, eight entries. Taken by Charles
Scott, Mason county (Roxey) 310.
Model gelding, eight entries. Taken by J. H.
Carpenter, Bourbon counts, Ky., 810.
Best broken harness mare or gelding, the
value of the aunual to be taken Into consideration,
six entries. Taken by J. H. Carpenter,
Bourbon county, $15.
Pair coach geldlugs regardless of color. Premium
bv Daulton Bro's, Maysvllle, Ky., oue entry,
taken by A. R, Victor & Carpenter, 820.
Finest and best stallion with six of his colts,
one entry. Taken by J. D. Logan, Falmouth,
i'nestand best mare with two of her colts
four entries. Takeu by II. D. Watson, Mason
BOYS RIUINQ MAflCH.
Best equestrian, premium by B. F. Ginn, Augusta,
Ky , fourteen entries. First premium
taken by Chas. Burgess, 88. Second premium
taken by Willie Wells, 85.
-Tandem team, premium by Armstrong it Mc-
Cormick, Augusta, Ky. Taken by Liter & Son,
Augusta, Ky. 820 ,
Single harness gelding, four entiles. Taken
by J, H. Carpenter, Bourbon county, Ky., 815.
Gelding three years to be worked in harness
Ave entiles. Takon by A. R. Victor, Harrison
county, Ky., 310.
Gelding two years old, to be shown in harness,
two entries. Taken by F. M. Tolle,
Ky , S10.
Combined mare or gelding six entries. Taken
by W. W. Baldwin, Jr., Mason county, Ky. 320.
Special premium bv Bradford & Roberts,
Brooksvllle, Ky., gentlemen equestrian eleven
entries. Taken by T. L. Got!, Mason county,
Ky., box of choice cigars.
Premium by C. R. Mabley Cincinnati Ohio,
three entries. Taken by John Dudd, Esq.
Ky, Premium, suit of clothes.
AGRICULTURAL, MECHANICAL AND FLORAL.
Mower, (not combined, premium, W. J.
Rankin & Sons for C. Aultmau &Co.,$ti.
Double ground roller, premium, J. M. J. Per-ham,
agent Minerva, $3.
Horse Hay Rake, premium, W. J. Rankin &
Sons, Augusta, Ky.. 83.
Breaklngup Plow, premium, W. J. Rankin
& Sons, Augusta, Ky., 83
Sample of Rye, premium, Charles .Fegau,
Sample of Oats, premium, Mrs. Patten Wallingford,
Yellow Corn 9 entries, takeu by J. O. Powers,
White Corn, 11 entries, taken by James Asbury,
Mason county, Ky. -
White Flint Corn, Airs. ThoraasGalbraith,
Bracken county. ....,,-,., ',
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