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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY EVE., DEO. 13, 1882.
rosser & McCarthy,
I'UBLISUEUS AND PHOPKIKTOUS.
The newest irlnds of children's books,
And toys of late invention.
Bibles, desks and other tfiings,
Too numerous to mention,
Adapted to the Christmas time,
And sure to suit exactly,
Can now be had at panic price.
Of Morrison & Kacbley.
CiimstaIas trees are ripening very fast.
The news from Pittsburg, and this warm
rainy weather, are really discouraging to
the coal dealers.
A telegram was received Tuesday,
from Chicago, announcing the marriage
in that city, of Miss Ida Lamphrey to Mr.
A. H. Calveut, of Lewisburg, Ky.,
shipped on Tuesday evening to the east,
over the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad,
five car loads of cattle.
A letter passed through the postoffice
Tuesday, addressed as follows: Charles
Rothin, Geemanie Doun, Mayse County,
Ky. It was sent to Germantown.
TnE Gilmore property on Forrest avenue
in the Fifth Ward was sold this week for
$2,214, by Master Commissioner, G. S.
Wall. W. S. Frank was the purchaser.
The stone culvert on the Flemingsburg
turnpike near the Hord farm has
by a handsome and substantial
bridge. The work was finished on Tuesday.
The steamer Morning Mail took on
Tuesday to Cincinnati from this place the
following: 250 hogs, 230 sheep, one carload
of cattle and a large lot of miscellaneous
The farm below Maysville, once owned
by Capt. Cooper was sold last Saturday the
9th inst., by Deputy Sheriff Dan Perrine.
Mr. Theodore Hudnut, of Terre Haute,
A seven feet rise is anticipated at Pittsburg,
in which event light tows of coal
will leave. The Kanawha is rising, with
six feet of water, and considerable Kanawha
coal is coining.
The towboat Condor passed down last
Tuesday evening, leaving one barge of
Pomeroy coal for Mr. Wm. Wormald.
Mr. Wormald will receive two additional
barges of coal to-day.
A handsome inlaid chess table, the work
of Wm. Hancock, of East Maysville, is on
exhibition in one of George Cox & Sons
windows. It will be raffled at $1 a chance.
The work on it is very fine.
A muskrat very nearly succeeded in
sinking "the wharfboat at Cincinnati last
Saturday night. When discovered, 18
inches of water had entered the hull
through a hole the little animal had
gnawed in the bottom.
H. B. Porter, Jr., better known as "Little-Ed,"
and George Glover, had their examining
trial Tuesday on a charge
of robbery. From the evidence it appears
that " Little Ed." "caught on" to a man
from Cabin Creek the night before
and relieved Jiim of.all surplus cash.
As soon as tKo little transaction wa sover,
Glover who, it seems, was aware of what
was taking place, tried to ge Porter to divide
the spoils but didn't succed in'the
effort. Hia honor, Mayor January, held
botk of ihem over for their appearance at
dthe circuit, court in January, and fixed
Tthiiriaii bonds at 4$20p;each . J J?
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Sales of Land.
The following changes in the ownership
of land have been recorded at the office
of the Clerk of the County Court, since
our last report:
Q. W. Tudor to Amanda B. Edgtngton, lot
No. 24 In tlie platt of Woodvilie ; consideration
Harriet E. Collis and others to Richard
02 acres, 1 rood and 3$ poles o( land on
the North Fork; consideration 81,038 95.
Silas N. Robinson to Maysville and Big
Sandy Railroad Company, right of way
through his farm In Charleston Bottom ; consideration
$90 per acre, etc.
Spencer Curley to Jackson McCall. lot on
south side of Germantown turnpike In Plug-town
: consideration 880.
William McGhee and wife to John P. Dye,
29 acrej,3roods and 34 poles of land on Johnson
creek.; consideration 82.779 50.
Wm. McGheeaud wile to James Dye, 00 acres
38 poles of land on Johnson Fork ; consideration
Thomas J. Calvert's heirs to A. H. Calvert. 00
acres of on North Fork ; consideration 81,742.
H.Ebersole and wife to Celestlno Carr, section
of a lot in Chester; consideration 8130.
James H. Grigsby and wife to George S.
Grover. 10 acres on Parker's Run ; consideration
Maria J. Galbreath and husband to G. S.
Grover, undivided Interest In G5 acres of laud
nearSardis; consideration 8473.
City ot Maysville to Fielding Faut. school
property on Washington pike; consideration
Thomas J, Calvert's heirs to G. A. McCracken
87 acres of land on North ork; consideration
Cornelia Lamb to Sarah A. Lamb and otiier,
53 acres and 32 poles of land near Washington;
George W. Brown and wife to Sallie B. Kirk,
17 acres 2 rood and 19 poles In Mason county;
The Lexington (Mo.) Intelligencer in announcing
the death of Judge James B.
Hord, at that place, on the 21st ult., says:
J udge Hord was born In Mason county, Ky.,
where he lived until 1848 or 1849, whou he removed
to this county, where he has resided
ever since. Mrs. Mary Metcalf, wife of Hon.
J as. P. Metcalf, at one time secretary of state
and now reporter of the Kentucky supreme
court, is one of his sisters; his cousin, Hon.
Oscar Hord, is the law partner of Ex-Senator
Hendricks, of Indiana, and Hon. Lysander
Hord, a prominent lawyer at Frankfort. Kv.,
is his brother. Judge Hord hiinselfaervedfnthe
Kentucky legislature in 1845-40. in this county
he served the people with intelligence and
fidelity as comity judge, during the most difficult
period of debt compromise, and had just
been re-elected probate Judge for a second time.
He leaves a wife, one son and a number of
daughters. In the death of Judge Hord, Lafayette
county loses an honorable, faithful
Eubiic servant, As a husband, father, citizen,
e was a man among a thousand. True,
strong, kind, gentle, iorglvlng, an honorable
Christian gentleman. Without the Jeast pretension
he as one of nature's noblemen. Respected
by every one he was beloved by all
who knew him well, and his memory will live
in their hearts while they live. May the
green who has called his servant to him temper
the affliction to the widow and children, who
are honored in the life of rectitude which is
the best monument to the husband and lather,
The cold weather which has come us
is generally hailed with satisfaction as being
seasonable, and on the whole as pleasant.
This is all very well for the young
and middle-aged ; but a word of warning
to persons advanced in years may not bo
out of place. They should be exceedingly
carefql in regard to exposure to the cold.
A little lingering at an open door or window,
or even iri a cold room, without sufficient
extra clothing, will often bring
about serious results from which a younger
person would be free. Glance at the
obituary notices in the newspapers during
a sudden cold and note tho ages of those
whose death are there recorded. Little
more is needed to show the wisdom of the
How Protection Protects.
The Muhlenburg Echo has the following:
"Protects,doesit? The census of 1880 shws
that the manufacturing establishments of
this country realized a net profit of thirty-seven
per cent, on all the capital invested,
while the wages of the workmen average
only about a dollar a day."
Points About People Here and Elsewhere
Col. Richard Dawson has returned from
Mr. Thomas White, of Levana, Ohio, is
in the city to-day.
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The case of George Means, charged with
shooting and wounding S. B. Oldham, on
the Flemingsburg turnpike, last Friday
nightcamdupin the Mayors court on
Tuesdaysand was dismissed for want of
jurisdiction,, tho .offense .alleged having
been committed, outside of the city 'limits.
Advertisements Inserted under this heading
10c per line for each insertion.
Coal Received. Mr. Wm. Wormald
has received a supply of Pomeroy coal,
fresh from the mines, which he is selling
at ten cents a bushel. dl3J&vlt
Christmas Slippers. I have a large
stock of slippers of all kinds, cheaper than
the cheapest. n!2d2w F. B. Ransox,
Lots for sale. Two building lots on
Second street, E.tst Maysville, 33 by 120
feet each, adjoining each other. Very de
sirable for building purposes. Price $500
each. Apply at this office. d2tf
For sale I will sell cheap, and on'
easy terms that desirable property at the
mouth of Limestone creek, city of Maysville,
known as the Ebersole property,
with several hundred feet of river front.
Call and see (dSllw) A. R. Glascock.
Headquarters for spare ribs,tenderloins
backbones, sausage meat &c, at John N.
Thomas & Co.'s, grain store, Market street,
at wholesale and retail.
Heciiinger, Thomas & Co.
N. B.-Wg want a wholesale customer
in Chester and the Fifth Ward to
the wants of the people at these
places. H. T. & Co.
Mrs. Mary A. Wiieatley returned home last
week from au extended visit out west.
O. W. Cook, of Cynthlaua, spent a few days
with us last week,
A. Q. Wilson is now in Kobertson and Bracken
counties, making the renting places of the
One addition to the Christian Church last
Sunday night, W. J. Loos officiating.
A flue new sleigh will be raffled at t he Stonewall
House in this place on Christmas day at
one dollar a chance. There are a few more
chances to be taken yet.
Wm. McGhee, has sold his farm to John and
James Lloyd, on the waters of Shannon, i
Some Ice has been gathered during tho cold
wave that has lately struck us 2 to 3 inched
Joe Liter, has moved his saw mill ou Ben .
Hog killing Is about over,
The recent hop was a great success and everybody
went away much pleased.
Some of our town folks report a man coming
here a few days ago to cut up some hogs who
enough tools with him to build a houso. He
proposed to do it scientifically.
The new turnpike from this place to the
Sardis pike Is progressing nicely.
Our town trustees have passed a law prohibiting
the use of lira works heiedurlng the holidays
Tho merchants are not allowed to sell
them nor the stages to bring them here. It a
predicted, however, that there will be some person
shot in tho neck with croniced Shamrock,
novertheness, and wheelbanows for carrying
the slain and wounded will be more In demand
than they were a year ago
Eight out of eleven men were killed at
Shawneetown, 111., Monday, by a 'boiler
explosion in J. Vincent & Son's saw mill.
Tho aauratarv of war has granted a
i military escort to tho Marquis of Lome
and rnncess .Louise, wno are en route
from San Francisco to San Antonio.
Mrs. Langtry's friend, Mr. Gebhardt,
has caused Manager Stetson some
trouble in the Boston theatre, where Mrs.
Langtry is now playing an engagement.
A fresh outbreak at the scene of tho recent
great fire in Wood street, London,
occured Saturday night. The warehouse
belonging to SiiGer & Fleming were destroyed.
Robert S. Orompton, of Little Rock,
Ark., for five years past cashier and paymaster
of the Little Rock and Ft. Smith
Railroad, is a defaulter to the amount of
William 0. Frazier, a school teacher at
Cumberland, O., was assaulted by two of
liis pupils Monday, and in the fracas
the boys who has since
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Tho largo Riverside rolling mill and
Tritonicqttop mill atewcastle, Delaware,
-ah indefinite period.
Four hundred hands are out of employ-
Honesty is such a rarity that the man
who possesses it is entitled to the most
distinguished consideration, and the palm
is awarded to that Massachusetts country
editor who, when he apoiogizeckfor the
non-appearance of his paper, simply said :
"I was drunk."
Prof. Chandler, being disturbed while
lecturing to some ill-bred medical students
paused until all eyes were directed toward
the offenders, and said, " I suspect that it
is in my power to teach those young gentlemen
something that will be of more use
to them in after life than chemistry; I
The new pension office will be one of
the most splendid buildings in Washington,
with a frontage of 400 feet and depth of
200 feet, the height of the main cornice
being 75 feet. It will have 106,000 square
feet of flooring and space for 1,500 clerks.
Congress enacted that the cost was not to
In this city, on Tuesday, December 12, 1832, to
Mih wile ot J. II. Hun kins, a tine son.
Corrected daily by G. W. Geisel, grocer, Second
street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone 8 0 75
Maysville Family 5 7t
Maysville City 6 3
Mason County - 5 to
Kentucky Mills 5 5$
Butter, ty lb 2o
Egi:sv doz 2j
Meal1) peck ; 20
Molasses, fancy 75
Coal Oil, fl gai 20
Sugar, grauulated 16 Ii
4 A. lb 10K
44 yellow 3 lb 8ffl
Hams, sugar cure! fy tb 10
Bacon, breakfast lb 1
Hominy, tl gallon... 2u
Beans "ft gallon 50
Potatoes V peck 1520
JANUARY ELECTION, 1883.
We are authorized to announce HORAC 5
JANUARY as a candidate lor re-election us
Mayor at the ensuing January election.
We are authorized to annouoe that Mr E.
W. FITZGERALD. Is a candid no for
from thft third ward at the ensuing January
In response to the call mado on me through
the columns of the and tu m my
solicitations from leading citizens, I have
consented to the use ot my name as a candidate
to represent the Third waul In thecll
cotfncil, and respectfully solicit tho support of
the voters in haid ward. R. B. LuVEL.
At the solicitation of in uiv of hi- friends in
the Filth Ward, Mil. THOMAS Y. NKSBITT
has consented to become a candidate for Councilman,
and wo are authorized to announce
that ho will make the race.
At the earnest solicitation of many of the
best citizens of the Fifth Ward, 1 have consented
to bo a candidate for reflection to the
city council at the ensuing January election.
W. B. MATHEWS.
We are authorized to announce tlrit Major
THOS. J. CHENQWETH Is a candidate for reelection
as Councilman from tho rfecoud Ward,
at the ensuing January election.
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