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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
wednesday eve,, deo. 27, 1882t
rosser & McCarthy,
PUBLISHERS ANb PKOl'KIKTOKS.
To make a trip to Fairy Land,"
You'll take this as a rule,
To-morrow got your seats reserved
For Johnson's singing School.
The sweetest fairies in the town,
Most good enough to eat,
With melody will thrill you through
From top-knot down to feet.
Last Friday was the shortest day of tho
"We would like to hear the Eagle's reasons
why the internal revenue tax should
not he removed from tobacco.
There will be a grand family matinee by
the Uncle Tom's Cabin troupe at
house, on Monday afternoon,
Elder A. N. Gilbert, of Indiana, will
preach at the Christian church, next Sunday
morning and evening. Everybody is
invited to hear him.
Tho Flemingsburg Democrat has been
sold by Mr. James J. Burns, the proprietor,
to Mr. H. Duley, of the Times. The
two papers, wo learn, are to be consolidated.
The sheriff to-morrow morning at nine
o'clock will offer at public sale the stock
of liquors, .cigars, tobaccos, groceries, etc.,
belonging to the estate of the late George
H. Wheeler. A lot of bar fixtures will be
sold at the same time. See advertisement.
John Wallingford, of East Maysville,
on Tuesday, built a small furnace and
prepared to raise steam by heating water
in a tightly stopped can. Plis experiment
was successful but not very satisfactory to
himself, as the can burst, scalding him
severely. He is a sadder and wiser boy
than he was.
Hog Question Solved.
Tuckahok Ridgb, Dec. 23, 1882. Ed.
Bulletin: This is my answer to the hog
question. The farmer you speak of killed
thirty-five hogs in six days and killed an
odd number each day as follows: Ho
killed seven the first four days and five
the fifth. On the sixth day he killed the
remaining two of his own and one he
borrowed from a neighbor, making an odd
number each day. Farmer.
A young lady of this city, who is celebrated
for the excellence of her cooking,
sends the following recipe for making
dough nuts to the Bulletin: Three eggs;
three cups of sugar; one pint of sweet
milk; butter the size of an egg; cinnamon
and nutmeg to the taste; two tea--spoonfuls
of baking powder; flour enough
to stiffen so as to handle and roll about as
thin as for biscuit
The Cabin Creek Homicide.
The particulars of the killing of Penn
Lyons, on Christmas day, by " Col."
Crawford, from the best information we
can get are as follows: About a year ago
the two young men, who were yisiting the
same young lady, had a quarrel and had
been on unfriendly terms since. On Monday
both had been drinking and accidentally
met at W. J. Tully's store at
Springdale. The quarrel was renewed,
but the. young men were separated by
their friends. As Lyons was being removed
from the room, it' is alleged Crawford
fired at him the bail entering Lyon's
head killing him instantly. Crawford was
arrested but on Tuesday escaped from the
officers and is now at large.
A pleasant event, on the 20th inst was
tho celebration by Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
McClanahan, of East Maysville, of the
fifth, or woodoa anniversary of their
marriage. A number of guests were most
pleasantly entertained and enjoyed to tho
fullest extent the occasion. The following
is a list of the presents received by Mr.
and Mrs. McClanahan, from their friends:
Henry It. McClanahan handsome willow
Misses chair. .
John C Brodt slaw cutter.
Mr and Mrs Newton Rudy washtub and
Miss Ella McClanahan handsome embroidered
Mrs Henry Dleterlch handsome picture.
Mrs John Brodt a set of cups and saucers,
Mr and Mrs Minn cake and card receiver.
Perry Rudy sugar bucketand card receiver.
Mrs Ham Hlley handsome picture.
Mrs Stine preserve stand.
Mr Sam Daugherty Japanese jewelry enso.
DrMcGranaglnm Japanese waiter and
Miss Annie Brodt preserve stand.
Mrs lex Greenwood a pair of vases and
Mrs Simmons wall pocket.
Holt Rlcheson washtub
Mrs Lauge wall pocket'
Mr Casper Jacobs cedar waterbucket.
Mr and Mrs Morford cedar waterbucket.
Mrs A Handcock washboard.
Mr Louis Schatzmanu and daughter flower
Mrs M Davis two wooden bowls.
C. W. McClanahan broom.
Mrs Henry Dersh preserve stand.
Mr aud Mrs Jones handsome work basket,
Mr Win Schatzmaun patent ironing-board,
Miss Lizzie Aultmeyer Japanese powder box
Miss Carrie Mutschelknause tidy and card
Miss Annie Altmeyer waiter.
Miss Susan Miller Majolica pickle dishes.
Mrs Stevens wooden bowl aud clothes pins.
Mrs Ross celery glass.
Mr and Mrs Trenipo table and bracket.
Misses Alice and.Sallie Daugherty Majolica
Mrs Sam Daugherty handsome pitcher.
M Iss Kate Creasy bucket.
Mr and Mrs Ike boquet,
Mrs Margaret McClanahan clothes plus.
Miss Bettle Hill preserve stand.
Mr J Blakenborongh handsome clock.
Miss Kate Alspaugh bracket.
Mr George Atkinson basket,
Mr Willam Brodt cake and doll baby.
Mr Wra Dersch broom,
Mr. Henry Brodt barrel of kindling wood,
to top It off a monkey on a stick.
Points About People Here and Elsewhere.
Mr. Charles Field Griffin, of New York,
is in the city.
The Hon, E. 0. Phister returned from
Washington on Saturday.
Miss Estella Jordan, of Louisville, will
arrive to-day to visit Miss Delia Wood.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Schreiber, of Cincinnati,
are visiting friends in this city.
Mrs. Lucy Cobb Lape, who has been
visiting her relatives in Maysville, returned
to Cincinnati on Tuesday.
Miss Mamie Connell, a fascinating
young lady from Paris is visiting friends
in Maysville, very much to the delight of
one youug gentleman that we know of.
The marriage of Miss Anna Douglas
January to Stanley Fleetwood, of Chicago,
will be solemnized at the residence of Hon.
Robert A. Cochran, on Wednesday evening,
Uncle Tom's Cabin.
Anthony & Ellis' Uncle Tom's Cabin
company has achieved a wonderful success
the present season. Overflowing
houses have everywhere greeted it. It has
more original novel feature?, and more
talent than any troupe of tho kind now
traveling can boast of. The full company
will appear in this city on Monday evening,
January 1st, and at a family matinee
in the afternoon. If you fail to wituess
tho entertainment you will miss much
Advertisements inserted under this heading
10c perlino for each Insertion.
Gbntlehens rubber sole shoes keep the
feet dry and warm and prevent slipping.
For sale at 0,S. Miner &Bro.'s d!6d2w
A pair of C. S. Miner & Bro.'s tan colored
or embroidered slippers would make
an appropriate Christmas, or New Year's
The ladles of the cooking club gave another
of their most enjoyable entertainments on Friday
evening, at the home of Miss Sue
a member of the club. The meeting
was, ifuoythtng.more enjoyable than any of
the former ones, as all will testify who were
fortunate enough to be there. The ladles present
were as follows: Misses Evelyn smith,
Mantle Black, Carrie McAtee, Sue Worthing
ton, Mollie McAtee, Julia Worthington, Lettio
Wood, Fannie Wood, Burtle SalJee, Hiua Savage,
Daisy Best, Alice Lloyd, Llda Lloyd, aud
'J ho gentlemen present were Allio McAtee,
Chas. McAtee, J. A. and E, O. Slack, Chas. and
Ed. Bailee, Thos. Saddler, Thos. It. Phister, T.
F., T. K and Win, Worthington. W. P. Maxey,
Hays Thomas. Wyatt Owens, T. L. Holton,
Has Pickett, Win, Mcllvaine, Wm, Kearney,
Hector Savage, Thos. Browning, J as. Wear,
Peter Parker. John Parker, M. Walton, Henry
Lloyd, aud Charles Walliugford.
Mr. James Dimmltt, Peed Browning, Win.
Thompson and Baiie Plnekard and their families
after a sojourn of two years in Texas, arrived
here last week to remain.
Miss Girdle Pollock, Messrs. Harry Savage,
John Walton, Henry Sheeler, Garret Holton,
Dr. J, C, Browning aud Prof. Buillngton, are
hero for the holidays.
Prof. Cowherd, of this school, is spending the
holidays at LaGrange.
Squire Coleman's abnormal academy, of
Seven Bench, takes a week holiday.
T, P. Insko, after a ten mouths sojourn, in
Nebraska, arrived here last week,
Elder Pollard Is holding a meeting at Mc-Kendrie's
chapel near Brldgevllle.
There will bo a Christmas treat for the Sunday
school at tho Christian church Thursday
Married, by Esq. Beasley of Aberdeen, on
Dec. 25th, 1882. Mr. Lawrence Power to a Miss
Braveret. We oiler our congratulations.
U. R. Smiling.
A. G. Wilson returned home last week.
The files were buzzing about last Saturday.
C. W.Cook, of Cincinnati, is stopping at the
Stone Wall house.
Wo were very kindly Invited to partake of a
bossdinner at Thomas Kllgore's last Monday,
but business prevented.
Miss Bachmau. of Tennessee, now at Sayre
Institute, is visiting Miss Mollie Piper.
A. P. Gooding and Ben. Myall, made a flying
trip to Minerva last Sunday.
'Squire John D. Raymond had an unusually
large docket last Friday. Several ot the legal
talent were present from Maysville.
Enos Myall had a reunion of all his children
and grand children last Monday, numbering
thirty in all.
The Misses White, f Texas, are the guests
of Miss Maggie Lay t ha in.
Miss Mattie Gaither, tho charming young
lady from Lewisburgspent lastSaturday at the
Stone Wall house.
A little son of John Mullauey, died in this
place on the i8tb inst., and was buried at
William Hite. white, for carrying concealed
weapons, and Amos Davis, colored, wore arrested
and taken to tho Maysville Jail Monday
It would seem from tho papers that evory
body had Christinas goods except the blacksmiths
aud livery men.
Miss Loula Woolums, of Fayette, is the guest
of Miss Myra Myall.
A. R, Fowlor and wife returned last week
from an extended bridal tour out west. They
are now puttiflg in the time eating big dinners.
Thomas M. his brother, gave them a flrand reception
on the 19th.
Miss Annie Myall, after an absence of four
months, visiting many of the northern and
western cities, returned homo last woek to tho
Joy of her many friends.
The following youug gentlemen are homo
from their various schools spending the holidays:
Abo Gooding, from Kentucky Military
Institute, Willie Thompson, from Lexington,
and Thomas and Magnus Hopper, (rom
Christmas gift I
"Eat drink and be merry" is the order of tho
The Mt. Gilead and Lindsey turnpike road is
H,C. Stone is about well again.
Howard Farrow has made a nice drive to his
residence from tho pike. It is quite an improvement.
Tho store at M. Gilead Is doing a thriving
business under the management of our young
friend, Mr. Hlggius.
H.C.Stone has built two tobacco barns and
two corn cribs the past season. Both barns are
full of tobacco but the corn cribs have not
been filled yet.
A wind storm passed over tho southern portion
of the county Wednesday last, doing
considerable damage to to hay stacks and fodder
Elder J. Taylor 'Moore, of Georgetown, Ky.,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charley Duko.
Elder J. Taylor Moore will preach at Mt. Gilead
on the 5th Saturday and Suuday of this
Mr. Bayers has losj two children with diphtheria
and has three more sick
Elder J. H. Walllugford preached at Bethany
last Thursday evening, and at the oloso of tho
services married William L, Bean to Miss
Lyons. We wish them success in all their undertakings.
The people of MlHford had a Christmas treo
Christmas eve. Elder Joseph N. Barbee was
Oar friend, Noah Bateman, visited his friends
at Maysllok the first of this week.
He who steals one's reputation sUals all that
mkes life desirable, and the slauderor ought
to ho spurned by all good people.
. Miss Mary Gordon Is very low, Her frlonds
are somewhat alarmed,
Mrs. AnthonyjLaytham is also sick.
Mrs, Collins gave a nice Christmas dinner to
some of her select friends. Usters. turkoys,
cakes and wine were in abundance, testifying
that our lair and accomplished hostess understands
getting up an inviting entertainment.
May she livo her threescore and ten and give
many more such parties and we be among tho
Christmas has passed but tho effects are still
present with same. Our village Is small aud
almost unknown, it seems, but Christmas
times uot things boiling, and among all tho
hauponlngs we could not held noticing the
MissDocIa Rhodes is visiting friends at
An oyster supper and dance at John Gault's
Oystersupper at Richard Konnard's Friday
Charley Crawford ate turkey with his "duck"
at Orangeburg, Monday.
Mr. Brooking, of Winfleld, Kansas, Is visiting
his brother, Mr. Hani Brooking. lie is a
boot aud shoe merchant of that place and will
return to his business lu a few days.
It is reported that most ot our young ladles
will "swear ott"chewlngguiu next Monday. Bo
Otto Mullin, of Hooslcrdom, who is spending
the winter with relatives here, returned to
this place Saturday evening after a two weeks'
go-as-you-please through Mason aud Lewis.
Rev. Hanford, Methodist minister of this
circuit, delivered a lqcture at the Methodist
church Saturday night to an appreciative audience,
The admission was top cents and the
proceeds went to the chureti.
The capital event of the holidays will boa
masquerade party given by Aiisses Annie and
Minnie Stevenson Wednesday night, which
will bo noticed next week.
An oystersupper and taffy pulling was given
at the residence of 'aqulre Gauil Monday
evening lor tho benefit oi the M. E. church. A
good crowd was in attendancoand overybody
got "taffy" to their heart's conteut.
John E. Rhodes, a farmer near this vlllago,
sold his farm last week foT.T. Worthington,
Aaron Gaif, colored, who, some weeks past,
was accidentally shot, necessitating tho amputation
of a leg, which operation was performed
by Dr. H, K. Adamson, of Maysville,
and Drs. Gault and Pollltt, oi this place, is almost
' Miss Bertie Hudson, a charming ymmg lady
of Flemingsburg, is spending the holidays
with hor many friends lu this vicinity.
Dr. H. M. Pollltt, after twenty years absence
from this place, took up his residence in our
midst again last fall, as a partner of Di J. W.
Gault, and wo are glad to say is gaining a good
practice, which he richly deserves. He has had
25 years experience as a practicing nhysicluu
which is as good a recommend! n as the people
of the community could wish.
Murphvsvilie undoubtedly has the poorest
excuse for a school house ot any place In tho
county. It is a board shanty about 15x25 leet
Into which over 50 scholars are rammed,
Jammed and crammed, which is entirely too
many for out master to manage and give tho
proper attention to each grade. Tne front end
of this house (?) looks like it mid been struck
with a cycloue, the fence is of ti e has been"
and the entire property looks like It needed a
resurrection to improve its appearance. What
is needed here, and which can well be afforded,
is a good substantial two-story brick school
house and two good teachers. Then there
would be ample room for all that would attend,
and utter being graded and divided, the
teachers could give more time ami attention to
their scholars, which would be much better for
teachers, pupils and patrons. That tho present
condition of things is a disgrace to the
community, as well as the county, Is plainly
visible to any one with ouly
Corrected dally by G. W. Gkiskl, grocer, Second
street, Maysville, Ky..
Limestone ( 0 75
Muysville Family 5 75
Maysville City 6 25
Mason County 5 75
Kentucky Mills 550
Butter, ty m 202a
Eggs, T$s doz 25
Meal $ peck 20
Molasses, fancy "70
Coal Oil, gaf 20
Sugar, granulated ti lb 11
" yellow V lb 8
Hams, sugar cured V to
Uacon, breakfast V lb WA
Hominy, ty gallon , 20
Beans $ gallon 50
Potatoes v peck 1520
Coffee 12 15
ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1882.
At 9 o'clock, a.m., on corner of Market and
Front streets, I will proceed to sell at public
auction the stock of
Liquors, Cigars, Tobaccos,
sardines and sundry grocories, lately belonging
to GEORGE H.WHEELER, doooasod.
Also, Beer Cooler. Side-board Tabes, etc, Nine
barrels fine Bonta Whisky, one barrel Lu-man's
Apple Brandy, one barrel Catawba Win a
and one barrel Low Wine Whisky, etc., etc.
A fine ohance for bargains. Terms : 125 cash
in hand : over 125 sixty days with note or security.
JAMES O. PICKETT,
d27dlt Shoriff Mason County.