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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
THUKSDAY'EVEm DEC. 14, 1882.
rosser & McCarthy,
PUBLISHERS AND PKOFRIKTORS.
Chknowbth and Company,
Announce elsewhere to-day,
The finest goods, and that you know,
Is their accustomed way
And then they have a needed thing,
The to put In,
Or as a dose of medlqlne,
Pure whisky, wine and gin.
Read the holiday advertisements in
Hemp was sold at Lexington Una week
at $5 for one hundred and twelve pounds.
A lahge quantity of coal was shipped
from Pittsburg on the present rise in the
. Subscribers who fail to receive the
Bullelin regularly will please leave wford
at this office.
The Telegraph on her up trip last Tuesday,
broke a wheel near Vanceburg and
had to lay up for several hours to repair
The following marriage licenses have
been issued in Brown county, Ohio, since
our last report:
Benjamin Eitzoth and Alice Little. ' -
Elrea Sroufe and Lillle Banes.
William Qaffln and Mollie McDonald.
Jacob H. Bower, who built the bridge
across Limestone creek, has just finished
another over Johnson creek, on the Blue
Licks and Sardis turnpike, in .Robertson
county. It is said to be a good and strong
bridge. It was put up at a cost of $1;700.
We are reqused by Mr. S. N. Meyer to
say to his friends who have urged him to be
a candidate for councilman in the Fourth
Ward, that he will be compelled
to make the race as his business interests
will require his being absent from
the city during the greater part of the
So far as we can learn the feeling in the
-community is very favorable toward the
enterprise oi constructing a street railway
here. If some practical man in whom the
public has confidence, will take hold of
the matter energetically the stock necessary
could be raised in a few days. Will
some one do it?
M. Davis, proprietor of the clothing
house on Market street, is just now offering
some astonishing bargains. He guarantees
that his stock is lower in pricethan
any other in the city. He asks you to give
him a call and be satisfied that the assertion
is true and assures you that money
will be saved by so doing.
A majority of the Frankfort council are
in favor of building a handsome new
theater to replace Major Opera House,
recently burned, and in order to do it
without burdening the tax-payers . too
much, it is proposed to sell the old market
house property and uso the proceeds to
put up the building. Maysvilie might
take a hint from this.
During the week beginning next Monday,
the Evening Bulletin wil be enlarged,
and there will be printed and circulated
each day, one thousand copies,
making six thousand that will bo printed
during the week. The paper will be distributed
in Maysvilie, Chester, Aberdeen
and the various towns in this county.
Businessmen who desire to make use of
the Bulletin's columns during that time,
-will please hand in their favora m jwirly
ft possible. . .,
Copt. Fitzgerald, of the Emmet Rifles,
has received the following order :
(Special ordors No. 59.1
1st, The following resignation lias been accepted
by order of the Governor:
John T. Short, 2nd Lieutenant Emmet Rifles
to take effect this day.
Capt. Fitzgerald will cause an election to bo
held to All the vacancy cau ed by the resignation
ot 2nd Lieutenant bhort, and such other
vacancies as may hereafter occur.
By order of the Governor.
J. P. Nuokols,
In obedience to the above order, Capt.
Fitzgerald has ordered the election to be
held on Thursday evening, Dec. 21st.
A meeting of the Washington Fire Company
was held last night for the purpose o f
electing officers for the ensuing six months.
The following is a list of those chosen :
President D.Fred Bendel.
Vice President Lell Ballenger.
Treasurer John Rt Rudy.
Secretary C. W. McClanahan.
Messenger John Wf Farley.
Chairman Standing Geisel.
Chief of Hose-C. Rudy.
Director H. Clay Chas. Frank,
Director Simon Kenton Fred Bode.
First Director Engine Robert Frost.
Second Dlrectbr Engine Dau Weaver.
L. S. Luttrell writes the Paris
as follows: "In the line of butter
making Bourbon is not alone in her glory.
Miss Fannie Wells, a young lady in the
vicinity of Helena, this (Mason) county,
sold 050 pounds of butter from four cows,
after supplying a large family with all
they used, and sold it in Covington for 30
cents per pound. The gutter making was
between June 1st and December 1st, and
she says it was not a good-summer for
butter making." v
Points About People Here and Elsewhere.
Capt. E. W. Fitzgerald, who has been at
Frankfort on military business, returned
home last night.
Mrs. Elizabeth Cole, aged seventy-five
years, died recently at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. D. F. Try, near Concord.
Small-pox at Ripley
A colored man named Lightfoot, suffering
-with small-pox, was put off of one of
the steambots at Eipley last week. The
Bee and Times says he is recovering and
there is no danger of the disease spreading.
The Washington Fire Company will
give a supper to its members on the
of thq 22nd inst. Like those given
in former years it will be very enjoyable.
The Enterprise cotton and woolen mills
at Manayunk, Pa., burned on the 12th inst.
In 1881 Berlin had a fine child crop
45,246; 521 twins ; four triplets, males ; one
quardruplet, females ; 31.055 "died.
The city of Kingston, Jamaica, was almost
destroyed by fire on the 11th inst.
The loss is estimated at $30,000,000.
Canton is soon to be supplied with pure
water by a native company. The capital,
subscribed wholly by Chinese, is $300,000.
Dr. Hawkins, ex-Provost of Oriel College,
who died lately, aged 05, had the distinction
of being in his day the best hated
head of a house in that university, more
especially in his own college.
In Russia the people use the
of Leslie, an Englishman; in Germany
that of Reaumur, a Frenchman; in France
that of Celsius, a Swede ; and in England
and America that of Fahrenheit, a German.
For giving the freedom to Lord Salisbury
26 of the Edinbujgh council voted
"yea," 7 voted "nay' 4 wouldn't vote.
Mr. Gladstone is the first Premier who
had the freedom of London, Dublin and
The rate of vibration of the rattlesnake's
tail haB been determined by Dr. Ott to be
sixty per second. The method of experiment
was to attach a pen to the snake's
rattles, the record being recoiVedon a revolving
drum. -, ,. .
Dr. Queensville stated before the
d'Elvgiene that he had preserved water
potable for more than three years by adding
to it half a grain of salicylic acid
for each quart. It is recommended for
use in expeditions in warm climates.
The success of a Roman Catholic colony,
including several county Cork (Ireland)
farmers, in Greeley county, Neb., has encouraged
Mr. Lane,1 of Cork, to form a
syndicate of capitalists, with the view of
establishing a similar Irish colony in that
Milk powder, mixed with powder of
beef, is reported as having been used successfully
by Dr. Dujardin-Beaumetz in
keeping up the strength of consumptive
patients. For use both articles are dissolved
in ordinary milk, and the stomach
is said to be very tolerant of the mixture.
Tennyson's "Promise of May," which
has made such a signal failure, was re-
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then took the Globe, of which Mrs. Beese
is the nominal lesse, determined it should
have justice. It has. She paid the Lau - j
eate $5,000 for the play.
With the exception of the Phoenix Park
murders, committed under his windows, '
the Joyce murders in Galway are believed
to be the only crimes personally
gated on the spot by the Irish Viceroy. Lord
Spencer carefully went into every detail
on the scene, aided by engineers, police,
About the oldest member of Parliament
to-day, in point of age, is the Right Hon.
Charles Villiers, Cobden's foremost coadjutor,
Mr. Bright alone excepted, in abolishing
the Corn laws. He is brother of
the late Lord Clarendon and of Lady
Theresa, wife of Sir George Cornwall
Lewis, a lady of conspicuous ability. Mr.'
Villiers is 80, and has sat for Wolverhampton
Rev, Lansing Burrows, pastor of the
First Baptist Church at Lexington, has
declined a call to Augusta.
Advertisements inserted under this heading
10c per line for each insertion.
'" I -I -I I I.- I .1. in
Raisins. Best Layer Raisins at 15 cents,
at dl5 Geo. Heiser's. (
The best London Layer Raisins at 15
cents per pound, at Q. W. Geisel's.
CniusTMAS Slippers. I have a large
stock of slippers of all kinds, cheaper than
the cheapest. nl2d2w F. B. Ranson.
At Phister's book store you can take a
a chance in a Grand Upright Piano. ,This
piano can be seen at the Hill House, and
will bo raffled as soon as the list is filled.
Lots for sale. Two building lots on
Second street, E.tst Maysvilie, 33 by 120
feet each, adjoining each other. Very desirable
for building purposes. Price $500
each. Apply at this office. d2tf
For sale I will sell cheap, ami on
easy terms that desirable property at the
mouth of Limestone creek, city of
known as the Ebersolo property,
with several hundred feet of river front.
Caliandseo (dSilw) 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.
Heciuxoer, Thomas & Co.
N. B. Wo want a wholesale customer
in Chester and the Fifth Ward to
the wants of the people at these
places. H. T.tfcCo.
Doo. 13thlJ882. MISS FLORENCE BOYD, of
Mason county, Ky., to MR. J. O. PIOKRELL,
of Braokon county, Ky.
Atuntlngtownsfeipr Brown Cbifntfe Ohio,
December llf 1882, Mm. ELIZABETH
yoars, .. s ,
Corrected dally by G. VV. Geiskl, grocer, Second
street, Maysvilie, Ky.
Limestone 8 6 75
Maysvilie Family 5 75
Maysvilie City 6 2
Mason County 5 75
Kentucky Mills 5 5q
Butter, lll 25
Egs, ty doz 25
Meal peck , 20
Molasses, fancy 75
Coal Oil, 1 gal 20
Sugar, granulated ty lb 11
' A. ty tb 10
41 yellow $ lb 8ra9
tlams, sugar cured $ lb 16
Bacon, breakfast tb 16
Hominy, ty callou... 2u
Beans gallon 50
Potatoes v peck 1520
JANUARY ELECTION, 1883.
Wo aro authorized to announce HORACE
JANUARY as a candidate for re-election as
Mayor at the ensuing January election.
W3 are authorized to announce Dr. H. C.
MORGAN as a candidate for councilman in
the 1st Ward.
We are authorized to annouce that Mr. E.
W. FITZGEKALD. is a candidate for councilman
from the third ward at the ensuing January
In response to the call made on me through
the columns of the Bulletin and to many
solicitations from leading citizens, I have
consented to the use ot my name as a candidate
to represent the Third ward In the city
council, and respectfully solicit the support of
the voters in said ward. R. B, LOVEL.
At the solicitation of many of his friends in
the Fifth Ward, Mr. 1HOMAS Y. NESBITT
has consented to become a candidate for Councilman,
and we are authorized to announce
that he will make the rate.
At the earnest solicitation of many of the
best citlzeus of the Fifth vard, I have consented
to be a candidate for re-election to the
city council at the ensuing January election.
V. B. MATHEWS.
We are authorized to announce that Major
THOS. J CHENOWETH is a candidate for reelection
asCounciUnan from the Second Ward,
at the eusuiug January election.
G. W. GEISEL,
No. 9, W. Second St., Opp. Optra Efone,
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