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WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCT. 13, 1832. of. land have been recorded at the office
PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS.
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The grand cloak openingj.announced by
Nesbittv6ICfelly,. took 'plajpe' yesterday
The store was crowded during the day and
parimeni is open again iur. uyvpn..
Local notices ten cents a line; subsequent
insertions five cents a line.
Wants, three Hues, ten cents, subsequent insertions
Special rates where advertisers use both the
daily and weekly.
One inch in the Daily Bulletin for one
yjenr costs $5, and for six months but ?3.
That narrow plank across the bridge,
On which the people walk,
Has brought out from the passers by,
Some very ugly talk.
They think another kind of walk.
Might surely be put down,1
Without a vast amount of work,
Or breaking up the town.
unearthed near Paris.
Samuel McDaniel, of Charleston Bottom
has sold his farm of 52 acres to Win.
Byron, of Mayslick, for $5,000 cash.
The examining trial of George Cooper, J
charged with killing Geo. Insko, at the
Germantown fair is in progress to-day, in
We print elsewhere to-day the official
premium list of the Germantown fair. It
was kindly prepared for the Bulletin by
Mr. J. A. Walton the Secretary and will
be found correct
A tight rope should be stretched across
Limestone creek for the convenience of
those who desire to cross. It would be
fully as good as the present facilities are
for getting over that stream.
The residences of Dr. Phister and Mr. T.
Lower were entered by thieves on Monday
night. A lot of provisions were stolen
from Mr. Lowery and several pieces of silver
ware from the residence of Dr. Phister.
During the congressional campaign an
edition of the Weekly Bulletin much
larger then usual will be printed and circulated
in every county in the district,
Advertisers will find it a valuable medium
for making their announcements to the
. -. .
Mr. W. H. Hawes, of Minerva has sent
to this office an ear of pop-corn that was
popped and .capped on the ear, with the
shuck upon it, by the sun while on the
stalk in tho field, quite as effectively as
if it had' been done over the fire.
be a little nearer to a certain re
gion that we know of than Maysville is.
The Hon". E. O. Phister and Mr. L. W.
Robertson will address the citizens of Orangeburg
and vicinity on Saturday, Oct.
21st, 'at 2 o'clock p. ra. The victory in
Ohio should prompt all to .attend the
speaking and begin the grand rally that is
to elect Colonel Hurt to congress next
The'follovring bhunges in the ownership
of the Clerk of the County Court, since
our last report :
' James Burger to John T Short, lot on south
side of ait Sterling turnpike In this city, con-
aiuuruuun, ?i )U.
Henry Dinger, to Mary O Dinger, house and
lot on south side of Fourth street, between
Fourth and Boone street.
H R Blalsdell and wife to O B Pearce, a lot in
the rear of, and adjoining a lot on Fourth
street, consideration, 3300
"W A Campbell to H D Campbell,
acres and twelve poles of laud, consideration,
Same, to Francis M Campbell, one hundred
and two acres, one rood and five poles of land,
consideration, $1 &c.
John M Whittingtou and wife to R R Horsh,
house and lot on north side of Third street
above Walnut, consideration, $231 e.
Circuit Court Proceedings.
AVm. Marshall, colored was tried
before a jury and convicted of burglary.
His punishment was fixed at con
finement in the penitentiary for three
In the breach of promise suit of Catharine
Adams vs. Lewis Schweigart the jury
rendered a verdict Tuesday morning, giving
the fair plaintiff $1,500 for "wounded
affections" and "blighted prospects."
The case of the Com'mon wealth vs.
Thomas Wilson, alias the -'kid," is being
tried before a jury, to-day C Wednesday.)
Gill and Worthington for defendant.
Points About" People Here niKLElse'iflierc.
Mr. J. J. Burns, of the Flemingsb'urg
Democrat is-in; the city todaj
Dr. H. C. Hart, of Poplar Plains, is in
RevpA.R. Kennedy left ..to-day for his
.Itfr.' Williani Atherton,'6f'Vncfcejidav,
"Mo., is visiting friends and -relatives in
Everybody and the rest of mankind were at
Germantown lair last-week.
Fred Hurtz sold a lot of sheep a few days ago
for SO per head.
Joseph Hinsou is erecting a large tobacco
Dr. R. Mo man and wife; of .Nicholas county,
was visiting here last week.
John A. Curtis and family, of Montgomery
county, are visiting relatives here.
John Case, of Owen county, was on a visit
here last week.
Rev. T. E. Tiller has returned from Iowa. Ac
cording to our prediction a lew weeks since, he
has taken unto ulmsfelf n wife.
There was services at Two Jjtck church last
Sunday. The meeting will probably be continued
lor a week or two. Hosro.
WASHINGTON. ' - '
Gus Lee and family have moved to Aberdeen,
Rev. Joseph Evans and family are on a visit
to the family of Mrs. W. A. Wood.
Allss Emma Fleming has been on a visit to
Miss Annie Owens this week.
M. M. Durrett and wife have returned home
alter a pleasant visit to his father-Harry
Burgoyne, of Fern Leaf? was in our
city on Sunday.
Aliss Annie Owens and Emma" Fleming will
make Allss Phcebe Herndou a visit at Desha
Valley this week.
Washington is on a boom: ' Thero Is photograph
gallery on Alam street and we are to
have a fair next week.
The ladles of the Presbyteiian Church will
give an enteitalnmentfor the benefit of the
church in the courthouse ou Friday night. All
Rev. R. F. Caldwell and wife, of Shelbyville,
have returned home after a, ploasaut visit to
the family of Airs. Elizabeth Taylor.
Corrected dally by G."W. Geisel, grocer, Second
street, Maysville,1 Ky.
v flour. ' ,'
Limestone .....;....,.,v.,j, f,..,o,. 8 0 75
Maysvllltf Family ...?........;;.'.; 5 75
Maysville City 0 25
Mason Couuty M ...,.,. 5 75 J
iieniucKy o ai
Butter, lb :.c...v. :.! X... " SO
Lard.fttt ,.. ; 16
Eggs, ) doz .'. m
AlealW neck bO
, , .,
Mola$ fenby v::...H... .....C?. ....X.
Sugar, granulated Is) lb jllK
jjJ'yilOW '07 lUi ! f. v(QyXv
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English Blue Grass, Ephrlam Mouohon,
Kentucky Blue Grass, 9.-AI. Woodwaid.'Two
Sweet Potatoes, Elijah Thompson, Bracken
Irish Potatoes, D. Norrls, Bracken county,
Pumpkins, James Evans, Muou county.
Beets, Mrs. Dora, Bracken county.
Carrots, Frank Smith, Bracken county.
Tomatoes, Mrs. Wm.Glnn. Bracken county.
Cabbage J. O.Poweis, Bracken county.
Turnips, George Evaus, Mason couuty.
Pepper for Pickling, Airs. Dora, Bracken
Celery, John Harmon, Brackeu county,
Onious, L. C. Gregg, Bracken couuty.
Egg Plant, Mrs. Eliza Coleman, Btncken
Pie Plant, J. O By at', Brackeu county
Parsnips. Mrs. Sallle Kirk, Mason county.
iRed Y heat, James N Jones Blacken couuty.
Winter Apples, Elijah Tnompsou, Bracken
Fall Apples, Charles Walllngford, Mason
Pears, W. F. Carpenter, Mason county.
Wiuter Pears, V F Carpenter, Mason county.
Peaches, W F Carpenter, Mason uountv.
Grapes, Mrs Eliza Colemin. Mason couuty.
Plums. N T Byar, .Masou couuty.
Dried Peaches, L C Greg-, Mason county.
Dried Applet,, Mrs Thonus Galbratth, Mason
Best display and greatest variety of fruit,
piemlum by LP Knottier, Augusta, Ky. taken
by W F Carpenter, Mason county.
jfuowers. ' . ,
Select I6n Roses, Mrs E'Coleman,Grmnnt6wu
Hanging Basket, Mls E Coleman,
Best display ot Green House Floweis by
Currant Jelly, Mrs A
Blackberry Jelly, Airs
amateur, premium, by Geo. Cox, Maysville,
ivy. tauen oy iir K coif
Best selection (1 varieties) flowers in bloom,
taken by Mrs Coleman, Germantown, Ky.,
premium by V J Mlngua. Augusta, Ky., S3.
KUSERYMAK'S LIST FLOWERS.
D'splay Green House, taken by C P Deiterlch
& Bro., Aiaysvllfe Ky., $.0.
Selectlou variety flowers. C P Deiterlch.
VnHptv Fnnhl'is! .
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Begonias. ' '.
Specimen Caladulms, - "
Hanging Basket, '
Display Evergreens. "
Besc selection cut tiowers, premium bv R
Albert Maysville, Ky., takeu.by Airs J W
Ky.,siU castor, so.
Floial Deslgu, Alias Alice Pepper, Allnerva,
Pair Round Boquets, Airs J W Elliott,
Pair Flat Boquets, Airs J W Elliott, German-town,
Basket flowers, Airs J W Elliott, German-town,
Alarble Cake, Alls J W Elliott, Germantown,
Hickory Nut Cake, Airs J V Ellio.t. Germantown..
Pound Cake, Airs Dora. Germantown,
Chocolate Cake, Airs J W Elliott, German-town.
Jumbles,Ros6 Porter, Germantown.
Gingerbread, Airs Dora, Germantown.
Corn Bread, " "
Honey, Airs J W Elliott, Germantown.
Lard, Isaac In.sko, Bracken county,
Coffee Cake, Airs J W Elliott, Germantown.
Black Cake, Mrs Dora, Germantown,
White Sponge Cake, Airs John Bouldeu,
.Butter, Alr& H. Lloyd, Bracken county.
Wheat Bread (yeast rising) Airs R C Kirk,
Wheat Bread (salt-rising) Allss
Quinces, Mrs E Scarllngtou, Alasou ccuuty.
Pears, Airs J SV Elliott, Germanton.
Peaches. " "
Apples, Miss Grace Blerbower, Atuysville.Ky.
Raspberries, Airs J W Elliott, Germautown
" Mrs J V7 Elliott,
" AIis Dora.
" Miss E Owens, Mason,
' Airs G Donovan. '
" L C Gregg, "
E Crlhfield, Bracken
J O Byar, Bracken
Peach Jelly, Mrs W J Rule. Falmouth, Ky.
Strawberry Jelly, Airs J W Elliott, German
Lemon Jelly, Mrs Same Kirk, Aiaspn county.
.Raspberry Jelly, Mrs W J, Rule Falmnth,Ky
Plum Jelly, Mrs D Norrls.Gerinautwou.
.Apple. Jelly, Alts James N Kirk, Mason
u Grape Jelly, Miss. Alattle BouWeu,'. Alasou
K Quince Jelly-, Mrs W J Ruld, Falraoutl', Ky.
PICKETS JANi) .CATSUP.
- SouT'PIck;iesMrfl J WElliott Germantown.
Sw.eet Pickles, "
wpeubr Pickles, " .
: 'GMftixw Mrs Z S Wllsonj FalraouthVJKy.
Hlllsbbroiluh.Ohlo. i : . j t i i .
'PotatofcS prck....... .....,?..:.......:... i ;2u"'l "PAtoWVWorBilK'' Quilt,'Mrs OWfBierley,
Ooflfea 5. .' :.i3(&18iMuyavnie,:Ky. '
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Patch Woisted Q,uilt, Airs John Jewell, Jessamine
Worsted Comfort, Mrs J W Elliott, German-town.
Machine Made Patch Worsted Q,ullt, Airs
John Jewell, Jessamine county, Ky.
Aluehine Made Patch Work Cotton Quilt, Airs
John Jewell. Jessamine county, Ky.
Knit Couhteipane, Ali.s Z L Wilson, Falmouth,
Silk Comfort, Allss Sue Blerbower,
LogOablu Qullt(Sllk)MrsW GGinu, Brooks-ville.
Log Cablu Quilt (Worsted) Airs I1T Lloyd,
Patch Work Cotton Quilt, Airs AIis L
Crochet Couuterptaue, Aiiss Sue Blerbow6r,
Japanese Work, Airs M C Russell, Maysville.
Cotton Comfoit, Miss Alice Pepper, Masou.
Rag Carpet, Mrs B.lle Buulett, Lancisler.
Hearth Rug. MrsAl C Rusell, Maysville.
Flower Alat, Airs. M. C. Kussell, Alaysvllle.
Wollen Socks, AlLss Eliza Owens, Mason
Double and Twisted Yarn, Allss Eliza Owens,
Woolen stocking, Aliss Polly Com ad, Mason
Wooleu Gloves and Allttens, -Miss AI E
Cotton Hose. AI.ss AI A Hancock, Chatham.
Cotton Hall Hose, Aliss Eliza Owejs, Alason
Fancy Gloves. Mis J S Sroufe, Maon county.
Chickens, Hemy Llo d, Mason couuty.
Shell Work, AI.-s. Watson Dlltz, Bracken
Hair Work, Airs Thomas Downing, Mas in
Leather Work, Alls W.itson Dlltz. Bracken
Bead Work, Alt.s Ella Wilson, Falmouth.
Artificial Fiover, Aliss Annie Kushman
Moss Work, Mis Alary L ElUott. Bracken.
Sea shells. Mis iton DiUz. Brackeu
Display Pa )er Flowers, Mrs Dr Holtou,
Watch Case, Airs Tom Tyler Germ intowu.
Needle Cae. Mis Wutsou Diliz, August i
PIu Cushion. Allss Alice Wonhln'tou.
eman Germautown,Sl(J. ( cinnati, Ohio.
jjiimp am, ui'Sioyes, ia,vsvnie, ivv.
Transfeired Work, MioA'dwv AIuvsvllle.Ky
Hemstitching, Allss Alice Kirk, AInson.
Silk Emuroldery, Mis J J i
Chenille Work, Airs ey('.s, Alaysvllle.
Embrnldeied Slippers, Airs Huh Blei bower,
Zephyr Vork, Mrs Thomas Kllgoie, Ma.so'i.
Linen Embroidery, Miss Eliza Oweu, Aiaon
Cotton Embroide y. All's Jouu Jewell, Jes-sa
Braldiug, .Mis Hugh Blerbuver. Maysville.
Needle Work, Mls Eliza uus, Mas m.
Ciochet Woik, Ali-s Fauuio Blerbower,
Lace Work, Allss Sue I'ierbower, Maysvlllt.
Pillow Cases, Miss n b AfcDouIe, M.tson
Ama e ir Oil P.il.itl ig, Miss L icy Blelsoe,
Landscape Paint ug, AIis Lucy Bkdsie,
"Water Color Painting Sisters of Visit iilou,
Portraits In on, M O Do'i. Ge mi'i'ovn.
Grecian Painting, Mrs Watso.i m.u Aii''a
Handsomest and BebtOnromo , Mis Eliza
Best Display Pulnttngi, .Mis M. nl Slack.
Steel Engraving, Mis A Ell oil.
Drawing In Pencil, Alr LI a Whs mi, Falmouth.
Best Dhplay Chromos, Mrs Ellz i Coleraa i,
Our book, stationery and w .ill paper
business at a bargain. B.st of reasoi s
given for selling. Kichesox & Kackley.
WASHINGTON OPERA HOUSE.
M0 NBA r OCTOBER 23rd.
! Draper's Boston Double Uncle Tom's
Cabin Company introducing tne
New and Novel Features of
2 Famous Topseys
2 Funny Marks,
2 Educated Donkeys,
6 SIBERIAN BLOOD-HOUNDS,
8 Magnolia Jubilee Singers.
GENERAL ADMISSION cts.
OrxXXjlv Ivli iw i
Seats for Sale at HARRY TAYLOR'S NEWS
BURDETT :0HMNS !
Orgaulsts and Musicians proupuuee It
tone, giieatcompass and
by4ageaudthe inost durable Or-
We cau endorse all tho wonderful tilings that
are said about its
and tone, variety .The Church Union.
It hatf more sweetness, and powerthau any
., ST.PBTPRSOAEPATij CrNOfXNTI, O.
Call and oraralue, or seiuWOrefttaloguo
i 018d&wlra AlaysvAUe, Ky.