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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
thursday eve., deo, 28, 1882
bosser & McCarthy,
PUBLISHERS AND PKOPRIKTOUS.
J3low tho trumpets loud and long,
And set the sheep-skin drumming,
For Barlow, Wilson's minstrel corps
Will down this way becoming.
Schoolcraft, Wagner, Wilson, Coes,
Will please both small and bice
With double-twisted essence of
Tho real southern "nig."
Don't forget the entertainment by Prof.
Johnson's music class at tho opera house
this evening. It will be a rare musical
Barlow Wilson &Go.fa minstrel troupe
numbers thirty-five performers. This is
tho largest company that has ever appeared
in this city, and tho entertainment
given will undoubtedly be the best.
Upon representations made to the board
of health bv Drs. Cartmell, Phister and
Pickett, the premises of Mrs. Dunn, on
January Btreet, have beon strictly "quarantined"
for the protection of the public.
At a regular meeting of Ringold Lodge,
held at their hall on the night of December
28th, the following officers were elected
for the ensuing term :
N. G. John T.Sunior.
Secretary Joslah Wilson.
Treasurer J. Foster Barbour.
Sales of Land.
The following changes in the ownership
of land have been recorded at the office
of the Clerk of tho County Court, since
our last report:
Thomas F. Dobyns and wife to Thomas Coon,
house and lot In Helena; consideration, S7C0.
J. C. Waugh and others to Burroughs Rogers,
tho undivided Interest lh 40 acres of
land on CabJLn Creek; consideration, $120.
H.W. Jefferson and wife to J. D. Peed, the undivided
one-sixth Interest In 40 teres of land;
Cecilia Waliingford o W, F. Browuing,87$
acres of land on the North Fork; consideration
W. F. Kendall and wife to Leonidas Williams,
house and lot in tho Fifth Ward, of
Maysille; consideration $100.
Tho Masonic Lodges of this city last
night' elected officers as follows :
CONFIDENCE LODGE, NO. 52.
W. M Charles O. Aramon,
B. W-Jacob Wormald.
J. W L, C. Blattorman.
Treasurer W. N. Howe.
Secretary John R, Illcketts.
J. D. Georee W. Blattorman, Jr.
S. and T-W. P. Robison.
MASON LODGE, NO, 312.
W. M-Wesley Vicroy.
S. W E. L. Worthington.
J. W-J. D. Kehoe.
Treasurer William Hunt.
Secretary James H. Bailee.
B. and T William P. Robison.
Watched and Caned.
The Rev. M. D. Reynolds, pastor of the
M. E. Church, South is tho wearer of a
valuable gold watch, a holiday gift from
the members of his congregation. It was
given to him at the entertainment for the
children of the Church held last Tuesday
evening and was presented by Mr. Rice
Bullock. It was a kindness that Mr. Reynolds
If you should happen to meet on the
street, any time this week, a man covered
all over with smiles and apparently just
out of the seventh heaven of happiness
you may be sure it is George McMurtry.
And it is all on account of a handsome
gold headed cane which bears this inscription:
"Presented to Gr. O. McMurtry by
the employes of tke Central Hotel." We
are safe in saying thero is not a better
pleased man in town,
I don't care a cuss for the snowor the rain
All the same I go awlngiHg ray gold head oane,
And of all the gifts that any may get,
This one of ,mlue is a dandy, yon bet.
Tribute of Respect.
At the regular session of tho Presbytorian
church, south, Sunday school, last Sunday, the
following tribute of respect to the memory of
one of the deceased scholars was read by tho
superintendent and on motion of J. James
Wood was adopted by the school and a copy
ordered furnished lor publication and sent to
As the year is about drawing to a clo it
unrigs us to mougms 01 reuec nd thanks
giving that our lives have b &m ared to on
joy another season of Christ festivities.
But in all their happy surroundings It Is with
feelings of sadness that I announce to you.
one ot our little ilock has been lately taken
away from us by the hand of death. Miss
Amanda Hill Wallace, one of our scholars,
has been taken into the fold of the
good Shepherd and is gone forever into the
spirit land. She loveu tho Sunday school
and tho songs of Jesus, and we knov she has
gone to that beautiful city far away in tho
kingdom of God, where no sorrows or tears
shall ever reach us and where death shall
never onter. May we all love the Sunday school
and follow the good Shepherd so that we, too,
mav go to that happy laud. Even though small
and young in years, wo may have faith In
Faith builds a bridge across the gulf of death,
To break the shock blind nature can not shun,
And lands thought smoothly on tho farther
Andrew T. Cox, Superintendent.
Tho world famous Barlow, Wilson &
Co's minstrels will give an entertainment
in this city on Wednesday, January 3d.,
at the opera house. It is unquestionably
the best troupe that has ever visited
Maysville and is sure to have a packed
house. Barlow, Wilson, Cal. Wagner,
Luke Schoolcraft, Young, Mclntire, Tern
pleton, Fagan, Coes' and other celebrated
starsare with this troupe and will positively
appear. The Dayton, O., Journal of Dec.
As was expected, Music Hall was crowded
last night to Witness the entertainment given
by Barlow, Wilson & Co. This is one of the
best minstrels in tho country, and the entertainment
at matinee and night yesterday was
one of the best shows in this line in Dayton
for years, Milt Barlow and George Wilson
arc a whole show themselves. The songs in
,the first part were gems in their way, while
the gags were all new, neat and good. The olio
was was especially strong; it is safe to say the
best ever introdubed in Dayton.
A Growl About Gas.
Maysville, Ky,, December 28, 1882.
Mr. Editor : I would like to aBk through
your paper how long our gas company proposes
to impose upon the people of Maysville
a gas light scarcely .equal to that of
an ordinary coal oil lamp at 3.00 per thousand
feet. I am told the company says
that the very poor light we have is because
their main pipes are too small, and
the presure not sufficient! Then why
don't they enlarge their pipes and furnish
more pressure ? They certainly get price
enough for their gas to justify them in
making some expenditure that will furnish
our citizens with a good quality of gas and
plenty of it. They ought, in justice, to do
this or reduce the price of the poor light
they now give us. ' Poor gas, poor pay."
.Points About People Here and Elsewhere
Master Willie Gillespie and brother, of
Farrisville, Lewis county, is spending the
holidays with their grandmother, Mrs.
Hiatt, of East Maysville.
Miss Nannie Cummings left on Thursday
for Lexington to bo present at the
marriage of one of her friends. She was
accompanied by Mr. Fant and his sister.
The fine doll raffled by Simon, the Market
street queensware dealer, was won by
Mr. Newton C. Rudy.
The brass fire set raffled by Blatterman
& Power, was drawn by Mr. C has. Parry.
Another set is to be raffled soon on the
Miss Blauche Bradford is visiting Miss Ella
H. Sam True spent Christmas in Dover, Ky.
Captain Barclay. Case Bradford and H.Ham
True will go south in two weelcs.
Mrs.TlllleBrookov6rontertained a number
of her friends Christmas eve.
Mrf . Kate Bradford la visiting her mother
J. B. Newton andT. F. Elllsipent Christmas
In Portsmouth, Ohio, they report having a
Married t the residence o( the bride's pa-rents,
on Chxlst&tAS morning, Miss Minnie
Dieterloh and Mr.&C. VUiff; Ceremon by
Rev. II. D. Rico, in Ills usual good stylo. May
success attend them through life.
Christmas passed off very quietly herewith
no disorder whatever nor any assaults.
H. O. Hood, of Concord who has been visit
ins hero tor several weeks has returned home.
Mr. Hood while here made many friends who
regret his departure.
Charles Mbbald, of Cincinnati, Ohio, was
circulating among his frieuds hore ior a few
Tho Christmas tree on Monday evening was
Miss Maggie Rcidle left Tuesday to visit
frieuds In Cincinnati, Ohio.
city on business.
Frank Nelson, who has been attending Nelson's
Business College at Cincinnati, Ohio, will
spend his vacation heie.
Miss Sadie Kin, spoilt a few days with her
friend, Clara Rains.
Quite a number of our young folks attended
a hop given at the home of Mr, Cord.
The groceries for tho new store of Helkllu fc
Co., have arrived.
Tho Sons ot Temperance are adding largely
to their number.
Mr. William Pettlt a former resident of this
Slace was married Monday, at Ohio, to
Ilss Burr; or that place. Wo wish ihera much
pleasure and a brlght.future.
Miss Julia Carey, of Ripley. Ohio, is visiting
the Misses Davis.
The Sons of Temperance will give another
entertainment after New Years.
Sam Wood, of Winchester, Ky., was in towi
for a few days shaking hands with his man
Christmas very dull.
Will Collins of Madison, Indiana, spent several
days with L. G. Maltby last week,
Miss Fannie Kirk, of Dover, is vMtiugjMrs.
Miss Annie Khoades, who has been attending
school in Mlllersburg, is spending tho hoi
Idayswlth her parents.
Thomas Ham, Jr., is visiting friends in
Misses Willa Burgoyne aud Anna Thompson
spent sevoial days with fi lends in Fein Leaf
last week, Dakkness and Daylight.
Mr. S.L.Grant is very low aud am sorry to say
no hopes of her recovery.
Miss Mattle Tucker gave her young friends a
social hop on last Thursday night. All had a
good time generally.
Mrs. Belle Rowland has closed her school
and is spoudlng the holidays in Man Antonio,
John Tucker was so unfortunatoasto have
his fine .horse stolen on last Saturday. John,
you must go home early.
Enoch Sexton has sold his farm,
Miss Annie Darnall and Miss Mattle Tucker
spent several days with friends at Maysville
last week. Wild Hose.
Advertisements inserted under this heading
10c perline for each Insertion.
Gkntlemens rubber sole shoes keep the
feet dry and warm and prevent slipping.
For sale at 0. S. Miner & Bro.'s dl6d2w
A pair of 0. S. Minor & Bro.'s tan colored
or embroidered slippers would make
an appropriate Christmas oiNew Year's
Maysville, Ky., Deo. 7, 1S82.
To Trustees of Knights of Honor: "We
hereby acknowledge the prompt payment
of the life policy of the late Edwin H.
Poynter in your honorable order for the
sum of $2,000. The good benefits of such
organizations are deserving ofthe highest
DOWN THE COUNTRY
Items Taken From tho Kentucky Prcss
Robert I. Alcock, a promising young
lawyer, died at Glasgow, on Saturday.
On the 24th inst., at Fulton, Jacob Roberts,
in self defense shot aud killed T. L.
At Bonnioville, Bob Edwards, colored,
ended an old feud by killing Archie Long,
white. JZ i
At Lexington a sensation in colored so
ciety is the sending of Elder Sam Williams,
a deacon in Pleasant Green church, to tho
work house three months for stealing
Jerrv Scott was choked kto death at
Frankfort while eating a piece of goose.
Jorrr.had been drinking, and wag found
dead on the street, strangled by themeat
in his throat .. .
Lew Curtis, a negro boy, whs arrested
at Paris, suspected ot robbing McCarthy's
book store. He is thought to be a member
of a uang who have been committing
Col. N. W. Fitzgerald, of Washington,
charged with forging a note in Kenton
county, voluntarily surrendered himself
on Saturday, and was immediately discharged,
the partv who made the affidavit
for the arrest stating that Fitzgerald was
not the man who forged the note.
Two well-dressed young men, giving
their names as P. E. Richardson and C. A.
Adams, arrived at Frankfort, from Louisville,
Thursday, and during the day they
made several" attempts to obtain money
from various business houses in a fraudulent
manner. They tried their game on
drug store and were arrested.
New Year's Afternoon at Two
Ladies and Children, especially ,in
the City and County are invited to
attend. No reserved seats for the
Matinee. This is the Best Uncle
Tom Party now traveling.
We are authorized to announce HOUA.OE
J ANITA It V as a candidate toi re1tUou as
Mayoral the ensuing January election.
We are authorized to timmuiicr Dr. H. O.
MORGAN as a caudldate tor cou icilmau lu
the ibt Ward.
We are authorized to anuoucn that Mr K.
W. FITZGERALD, is a for councilman
from the thlid ward at the ensuing Jan
In response to the call madn on me through
the columns of tlie Bulletin aud to many
solicitations from leading citizens, I havo
consented to the use ot mv name as a candidate
to represent the Third ward in the city
council, aud respectfully solicit the support of
the voters in said ward. It, B LoVEL.
At thesolicitatlon of many of his friends In
the Fifth Ward, Mr, THOMAS Y. NESUITT
has consented to become a candidate for
and we are authorized to announce
that he will make the race.
At the earnest solicitation of ninny of tho
best citizens of the Fifth ard, 1 have consented
to h) a candidate for re election to tho
city council at tho ensuing January election.
W. B. MA'rHEWS.
We are authorized to announce that Major
THUS. J CHENOWETll is a candidate for reelection
asCouiicilman from the Second Ward,
at the ensuing January election.
Corrected dally by G. W. Gkisel, grocer, Sec-i
ondstieet, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone 8 6 75
Maysville Family 5 7o
Maysville (Jlty 0 a
Mason Couuty 5 75
Kentucky Mills 5 5o
Butter, lb 02o
Eggs, V doz 25
MealV peck 20
Molasses, fancy 70
Coal Oil, gal 2u
Sugar, granulated V K ll
A. tt 10
" yellow T3tt 8fl
Hams, sugar cured tt 16
Bacon, breakfast ) tt 10
Hominy, $ gallon 20
Beans ) gallon . 50
Potatoes V peck 1520
ELECTION of Directors ot Mason County
Building and Baving Association on Saturday,
night December 30 thf 1882. All members
aro requested to be present at 70'clock.
4 d28d3t M. Oi RUSSELL, Secretary.