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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY EVE., MAY 23, 18S3.
Op Donny Fltz, the Jailor man,
Wo luivo to toll tho tale,
Of how he took tho Justices,
And lugged them off tojull.
And now thoso worthy Magistrates,
All during Denny's reign,
Every time they hold u court
Will want to go ngaln.
The mercury stood nt forty-five degrees
this morning nt eiijht o'clock.
Col. George O'Neal, of Paris, is n can
didate for door-keeper of the next Kentucky
It is expected that the street railway
tracklayers will by night have the rails
laid os far as the postollice.
Tun cnso of Proctor against Shackle-ford
in the Court' of Appeals, from this
county, has been dismissed.
Walter Evans, of Louisville, has been
appointed by tho President, Commissioner
of Internal Revenue.
A colored man named Oncar Pollock
was shot and killed at Millersburg, by an
officer while resisting being put in jail.
The case of Craft has been argued in tho
Court of Appeals, and a decision is looked
for before Friday, the time fixed for
the infliction of the death penalty.
Dan. Johnson, colored, and Charles
Coons, colored, were covicted of a broach
of tho peace, on tMonday, before 'Squire
M. F. Marsh, and fined $1 each and costs.
At G. W. Bowen fc Co's sale of
yearlings, at Lexington, nineteen
head sold for an aggregate of $10,400
an average of $550. Tho highest price
brought by a single animal was $1,500.
The Public Ledger, of Philadelphia,
notices the death in that city, on the
18th of May, of Dr. Benjamin Phistor,
oldest son of the youngest and only surviving
brother of the late Conard Pias
ter, of this city.
Dan Johnson, colored, had his trial
Monday before Magistrate M. F. Marsh,
for carrying concealed deadly weapons.
He was found guilty of the offense and
his punishment fixed at a fine of $25. and
confinement in the county jail ten days.
The Magistrates composing the Court
of Claims, were tho guests yesterday, of
Mr. Dennis Fitzgerald, the jailer, at a
sumptuous dinner which all heartily enjoyed.
It was unanimously resolved that
Mrs. Fitzgerald is as good a housewife as
her husband is a jailer.
A N attraction is to be added to the
Camp Meeting, this season, that cannot
fail to draw a large attendance. The
famous pastor of Brooklyn Tabernacle
congregation, Rav. T. De Witt Talmage,
will attend and will preach on the
grounds August 7th and 8th. The
Camp meeting.groundsare about five
miles from Carlisle and are reached by the
Kentucky Central Railroad.
Mnysvillo District Conference.
Your correspondent was on hand at the
openingTuojday, of the Maysville District
Conference, M. E. Church. South, at
Hebron, near Fern Loaf. Tho opening
sermon was preached at 11 a. m. by Rev.
Win. Shorsmith. Mr. Shorsmith delivered
an earnest, practical discourse,
founded on Galtitians 5, 1. Tho conference
organized at 2 p. m., by electing
Rev. D. B. Cooper, President, and Rev.
C. J. Nugent, Secretary. After completion
of the roll, the call of tho same
showed a fair number in attendance, notwithstanding
the presence of winter in
the lap of spring. The hours for business
were fixed as follows: From 9 to 11 a.
m., and from 2 to 4 p. m. Tho following
committees were appointed :
On Spiritual Rtatk of the Church.
W. W. Spates and W. D. Tower, clerical; Ctias.
Nute, and W. II. Murphy, In v.
On Sunday School.- W. V. Chamborlnln,
Win. Shorsmith; clerical. Frank Savage,
Luther Weir, luy.
On Missions. W. T. Benton, and F. S.
clerical. J. X. Struther and lHaauItue.se,
Examination Conference Records Rev.
D. H. Cooper, J. N. Strotnor ami .fas. Abury.
On Education. Row M. 13. Reynolds, J s.
Sims; clerical. H. Kennedy and Lewis liar
On'puhlio Woitsiui'. J. W. Fitch, P. E.,
pwl W. H Power, P. C, Frank Savage and
Some little omit onont was created
when the congregation vted for evening
preaching against the decision of the committee
on public worship. The heartiness
of tho vote tho wed that the congrfM
gation were not so fearful of winter and
Your correspondent wai mot at Fern
Leaf with a carriage and driven behind
a spirited span of bays to the beautiful
residoncoof Mrs. Molvina Salleo, where
lie is now delightfully ensconced. Mrs.
Salleo and her lovoly daughter, Miss Burton,
know how to enternin in tho truo
Kentucky style, and haipy is the
whom fortune leads to their hospitable
THE 31 AY COURT.
Proceedings of the Tuesday
of Claims Allowed.
ft wits ordered that Samuel J. Tilden
Owens, a white pauper, be sent to the
The report of Dr. John P. Phister, Jail
Physician, was read and ordered filed.
Settlement of tho accounts of the Board
of Directors of tho Infirmary, with John
Ryan, chairman, was read and ordered
to be recorded.
The report of Nelson Whitaker, Super
intendent of the Infirmary, was received
and ordered to be filed. The report
shows the following:
Sales during the year S1030 70
Value of property on hand Ill M
Highest number of Inmates 33
Lowest number '!-
Present number .'. 37
Admitted during the year 1)
Died during tho year 0
Discharged during tho year 8
It was ordered thut the sum of $404 90
in the hands of Nelson Whitaker, ns committee
of Sallie Ann Strode, be turned
over to the Infirmary Directors to be used
as the charter directs.
The report of tho Infirmary Physician,
was read and ordered to be filed.
It was ordered that John Ryan he allowed
$75 for services as chairman of tho
Board of Infirmary Directors.
Nelson Whitaker, T. J. Nolin and Thos.
Murphy were nominated for Infirmary
Superintendent, and Nelson Whitaker
was elected at n salary of $000 and required
to furnish a matron.
Dr. S. M. Cartmell was elected Infirmary
Physician at a salary of $250 for services
Dr. John P. Phieter was elected Jail
Physician at a salary of $100.
J. M. Alexander, L. E. Mastin and J.
M. Ball were elected Infirmary Directors.
Report of B. D. Parry and receipt for
coal expenditures was received and
The report of W. W. Ball for stationery
for the past ye.tr was received and ordered
to be filed.
Michael Murphy was relieved from
payment of poll tax hereafter.
The report of G. S. Wall, treasurer of
new jail sinking fund, of Mason County,
was received and ordered to be recorded,
and coupons burned in presence of the
council. J. D. Raymond, Jno. Ryun and
W. L. Holton were appointed a committee
to examine the report.
W. W. Ball, Clerk of the Mason County
Court reported that the supervisors of
tax had examined and corrected the tux
books of the county for the present year
and had deposited them in his office for
It was ordered that John L. Whitaker
be appointed agent to collect the taxes
due the county for back years which all
persons, natural and artificial, inculding
turnpike and all other corporations whatever,
who have failed and refused to pay
and to have any and all property assessed
that was liable for taxes during any of
the past years and to collect the same for
which he is allowed a sum equal to 25
per cent, of what he may collect.
The following claims were presented
and allowed :
Weaver children, allowance S 20 '0
E. L. Bullock, allowance 75 00
J. 8. Asbury, keeping pauper 10 00
II. U. Knight, burials 17 Oil
8. C. JeHerspu, feos 0 35
O. W. Gelsel, groceries 5 no
Wntsou Bros , Co , groceiles 1 50
Same, groceries 7.10
McGrnuaghan A Strode, medical account
R. B. Lovol. groceries 5,00
C. T. Kneoreun.coal 3
Dr. J. Sha"kleford, examining lunatic... 1 00
U.S. Wall, account 1 50
Dr. F.M. Downing, medical account S DO
Dr. L. Y. Browning, medical account.... 10 60
Same, medical account 10 00
Dr. .1. W. Gault, medical account S 00
Same, medl al account 10 10
Gas Co., account 23 is)
Dr. A. Hlnloa, rent 1 50
L. Tabb, rent 1 50
Weaver WaUou, rent 12 00
A. F. Dobyns, fees 20 50
J.S.GolI. burials ,.. 28 50
II. Walllugford, gioeories 10 00
Q.A. Means, burials II 50
A.J. Egnew&Co., work CO f!9
v D. coyell, fees 2fl 00
J. M. Alexander, fees 0 00
V. J. Tutly. fees., 21 CO
.1. II. Watson, lees 2 50
W. Plnckard, allowance 50 CO
II. Hall, allowance A... 25 00
E. Surtiiln, allowance , 10 (H)
W. L. Holion, Inquest 11 Ou
S mie. fees 6 00
W. II. Pollllt, lees 000
.1. Smltbors, fees 5 (K)
John Kyau, fees 12 50
vv". Pen tier, fees 20 0
J. L. Grant, fees (IS 50
W. B. Dawson, fees .0 09
.l. F .Marsh, rent 12 00
L. Tabb, rent 12 00
Weaver A Winter, rent 12 0)
fii'iiniLiitown trustees, reut 12 iK)
J. H.Orlgsby, rent 0 (10
J. M. Ball, rout 0 00
W. Cole, rent t 12 00
J. M. A loxauuoi , rem 0 00
J. L. Mollvane, rent 0 00
M. D. Put row, rent 0 00
W. D. Coryell, rent 0 '0
It. Hunter, rent j 00
Thos. Downing, rout 0 00
L. Jeflorsou, rent 0 00
J. E. Wells, rent 0 00
J. B. Burgess, rent 0 00
S E. Mastin, rent 0 00
W. P. Coons, salary 1,000 00
J. L. Whltakor, salary - 600 00
J. G Heslor, allowance 80tO
Dr. J. A. Reod, medical account 10 00
Geo. Ort, matresses 6 CO
S. K. Mastin, Inquest 13 00
White & Ort, furniture 81 5o
R. J. Key. feos 12 1-
B. D. Parry, coal 75 00
W. W. Ball, stationery 75 00
B. D. Puny, stationery 125 DO
J. C. Pickett, services 50 CO
NKORO l'AUl'ER CLAIMS.
Isaac Woodward, burial S 3 50
Dr L. . Browning, medical nc omit.... 5 oil
Same, medical account , 10 00
Same, medical account 10 00
Same, medical account 5 00
Dr. J. Guult, medical account 10 00
Dr. E. C. Dlmuiltt, medical account 8 On
Dr. J. A. Heed, medical account A.... 10 n0
Same, medical account 10 00
Sume, medical account 10 00
The Ex-Confederate soldiers of this city
and neighborhood, are requested to meet
at Judge Wall's ollice, this evening at
eight o'clock, for the purpose of arranging,
for the decoration of the graves of
the Confederate dead at the Maysville
FrciH'liiupu Tont tlic Liberty mid
iaoniim of Aiiicricn.
Paris, May 22. At the Boston banquet
Saturd y night M. Do Lessens presided.
On his rigid was Mr. Morton and on lib
left M. Lerisson, Minister of Commerce,
There were also present MM. Cocliery and
Saili-Carnot, Ministois of Posts and Public
Works; MM. Wilson, Louis Ulbach,
anil a number of members
of tho French and American Commissioners
of tho Boston Exhibition,
Mr. Edward King, Consul Wnlkor
and representatives of tho leading Fiench,
American and English papers. A telegram
from tho Mayor of Boston was read
at tho dessert, cordially iuviting a visit to
the capital of Massachusetts. The speech
of tho evening was by M. Louis Ulbach,
the well-known novelist, who drank to tho
nteoluto liberty and genius of America,
and prayed that modern American prog
rets might rid franco of tho rotrogmde
phylloxora which still retarded its growth.
His speech was received with the greatest
Mr. W. II. Vandekmlt is visiting in
At Paris Sunday Jacques Abiatucci and ,
M. Saulty fought a duel 'with suors in thd
Bois do Bologne. Both Kcra wm..ded.
A fire started in the woods on Clicry I
Mountain, New Hampshire, on Satur lay
afternoon, and before it could he olioukod
spread over a large territory, destroying
timber yalticd at $10,000. i
At Fremont, Ohio, the trial of Jack I
Radford for wife murder began yesterday .
morning. His counsel are Timothy Strong, j
of Xorivnlk, and Judge Finnefrock, of
Fremont. Tho court-house was well tilled,
dospito the weather.
I.v a collision betweon a passenger train
and a wild engitio, near Salida, ou i ho
Denver & Rio Grande, Saturday evening,
Fireman Johnny Howard wus killed and
Engineer Miles badly hurt. Both engiucj
and cars were wrecked.
At Socorro, N. M yesterday morning
about 1 o'clock Santiago Montoya, a well-known
Mexicau gambler, was found lying
doad iu the niainplazza shot in the head.
The attacking parties nre not known, but
aro supposed to bo Mexicans.
TnuiTV years ago a barrel of flour was
stolen from Fen field, Lyon & Co.. in Oswego,
N.Y. The other day the thief entered
the store and paid the clerk $10. The flour
was worth $4 and the interest was $12.
The man would not tell his name.
At a picnic of colored people near
Springvlllo, Ala., yesterday, two negroes,
Robert Short and Beaver, got into a desperate
drunken affray ,)and Snort kill Beaver
with a pistol shot. Tom Murphy was
fatally stabbed by Bill Byers.
At Lyons, France, an olection was held
for a member of the Chambor of Deputies
for tho Sixth Division. M. Monteilhet,
Socialist, was successful, receiving 4,000
votes, M. Thovnet, Republican-Unionist, receiving
A second ballot for a member of the
Chambor of Deputies for the Sixteenth
ArrondUsement of Paris) was taken Saturday.
M. Calla, Conservative, received
3,030 votes ; M. Bouteiller, Irreconcilable,
3,009, and M. Renaud, Opportunist, 1,134.
At Rome, Signor Baccarini and Signor
Zanardolli have resigned as Minister of
Fublio Works and Minister of Justice and
Kcolesiastical Affairs respectively. The
cause of their resignation is stated to be
their opposition to Prime Minister Depretis
in rocent debates.
The French Derby, distanco one mile and
four furlongs, was run Sunday at Cliantilly,
an,d was won by D. do Castrio's chestnut
colt Frontin. Count F. do Lagrnngo's bay
colt Farfadet was second, and M. C. J,
Lofovro's bay colt Ragain third. Eighteen
Thk Spanish Senate ha? adopted a modified
bill providing for trial by jury. 'The
Ministors Saturday evening examined the
Cuban budget and discussed tho proposed
American indorauity of $400,000 for lossoi
sustained during the Cuban insurrection.
Prof. Wm. T. Thorn, of Roanoke. Va.,
has roason to remember the 13th of April.
His wifo ;dled on tho 18th of April, his
tnotbor died on the 13th of April, his
father died on the 13th of April, ho broke
his leg on tho 13th of April, and ho was
born on tho 13th of April.
At Albuquerque, N. M., Sunday morning
news was recolvort from America that two
men named Iniloy and Greathouse aud two
brothers named Qrossette had all been killed
by Gilmore's gang of mailers, A company
of militia was sent out, which captured
six of the rustlers.
COUNT V I'OLVIS.
Physicians think that tho health of our
communliy Is alarmingly good, thciu being
no sickness, with the exception ot a lew 1
We have had an excellent rain, in d farmers
are busy with their tobacco, .some seitlng out
plant", wblie others are stilnplng 1 it year's
crop. Now don't somebody say: ' Who don't
know that." 1
.Mrs. Allen, of Augusta, Is visiting her mother,
Mr. and .Mrs. L. T.ilbot, of Hombon county,
are vlslilng at Mis. Talbot's lather's Mr. S. M.
Quite a number of poisons In this vicinity
attended the races, and came back well
Master Finnic Dietrich, of tho Dover neighborhood,
Is visiting Master John Evans.
Mrs. B. F. Mclntlioliasietutned lioma visit
of several days In Maysville. ,
Messrs. Bruce and Elijah .Tones have been '
on u visit to their mother In Lewis county.
Mr. Harry Burgoyne's hoi so become frightened
as he was drlng home irotii thoMoie
one day list week, and ran away, bie king ,
up I lie driving wagon to which It was
but aside from this, doing no oilier
Theit'lsa nice new blacksmith shop being
erected at Slack's Poitoillce.
Mr. mid .Mis. Joe Wallingford were the
tmesis m hlsinotliei, Mis. Helen Wiillingloul,
days during the past week.
Mr. Fl Inline and Miss Mattle McKiell, of
CliM'l. uati.ate vlslilng tlielr sMui, Mis. J.
. Eva. .
Mi's Ulna Savage and brother have been
visiting on Shannon, and they are not the
only o cs of our i elghbois that have been
up I beie lately, out we promised Ben Wood
that we wiumI nut tell that he was one of the
number, so we can't put that In our items.
The Dl'tilct Conference at Hebron Is In
piosri'iss, and tlioo that can attend are en-Jo
nig some no xl uinions, and the preachers
aie eujojinggiiod dinners. The butchers came
out (mm Dovei und butoheted a nice beet,. so
that If chickens should become the
preachers could be fed on beef. P. E. M
Advertisements Insetted under this head-
lug luc per line for each luseitlou.
Tky L.uigdun's City Batter Crackers.
Ni:w style Stockinette Jerseys nt Hunt
& Doyle'. lnarSldlv
hi.vr.s and Mohair ulsters, large lot, !
also .lap paruso do lo cents each, nt Hunt
First communion and confirmation
veils and suitings, best variety, at Hunt
Ik you wish the whitest and most delightful
bread, ask your grocur for " Old
Ciulil Patent Flour," made by Robinson
& Cu.'s New Process Holler Mill, mlo
Thy ,'0ld Gold Patent," the finest,
whitest und iimst satisfactory flour ever
ofl'eied in this market. Manufactured ,
by Robinson iS, (J .s New Process Roller
Mill. mavll !
Mil S. B. Oldham has a new
er which makes a wonderful saving in gas. )
It gives a broad, clear flame and
sumes less gas than any other burner in j
use, and can be regulated to burn low or
high without moving the keys on the
iixtuies. Give them a trial. mlUiIhv j
Baldness may be avoided bv the use1
of Hall's Hair Renewer, which prevents!
the falling out ot the hair, and stimulates
it to renewed growth and luxuriance.
It also restores faded or gray
hair to its original dark color, and radically
cures nearly every disease of the
si a' p.
To lluyers of Clothing.
I take this method of informing my
friends in Maysville and vicinity that I
am now with C. R. Mabley & Co. The
mammoth clothiers of Cincinnati. All
orders forsuits, goods &c, sent in my care
will receive my personal attention.
Goods will bo sent on approval to responsible
parties otherwise C. O. D.
Goods will be exchanged, if not satisfactory,
or money refunded. Fino dress
suits to hire for balls, weddings, &c.
N. B. Maksh,
With C. R. Mabley & Co., Cincinnati, O.
Corrected dally by G. V. Geisel, grocei.
Second street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone 3 7 2H
Maysville Family (i 'Jo
Old Gold - 7 00
Mason County i 25
Kentucky Mills G 00
Butter, Tf1 16(j20
Lard, 'ft lb 15
.Mealt peck w
Molasses, fancy 75
Coal Oil, i gal '20
Sugar, granulated f) tb 11
" A. wm 10
" yelfowWm 8&0
Hams, sugar cured $ th lo
Hucon, breakfast "8 It' 15
Hominy, ! gallon ')
Ueatis V gallon -Ji
Potatoes' peck 1!5
Ki:XT A two-story fiamo house on
J70U comer of Hooueand Limestone streets,
containing live rooms und kitchen. Apply at
m22dlw THIS iauu.
itKNT A frame honse on Vfuo streot,
; containing three rooms and a kitchen.
AppljMo CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL.
It EXT Three or five rooms to small
? family. Apply at n23dtf THIS OFFICE.
FMt MA ILK.
OK SA l.i: Deslimile brink residence on
1,1 Second stieet, containing nine rooms and
klchen, Willi yard attached, (1J led (rout by
Oileep. Iu2,d2w J.NO. C. A DAMSON.
Fourteen nice dwellings. All
well located. Also, a ot building
lots In Chester, rnr pilots and terms. Apply
to M. I MAUSH,
niihdtf Library Building, Suiton street.
poii sili: good Cooking S'ovo and
JL utensils. Call at Thomas Tudor's tin slotu
street, between .Market and Limestone,
?OU i:xi'JI i X"T:vTfl exchange 11
JL acres of land neiii churches on Lawience
cieek, lora house aim lot in Chester. Apply
to M. F. MAUSH,
m 12 Llbijiry Building, Sutton Stieet.
1.1011 SM.K A splendid taVm of 175 noies
; situated nt (lark's Station on the M.and
L. It. It., live miles tmm Maysville. Good
dwelling and out bulldlnus, two tenant
houses, two huge tobacco barns, twenty-five
acies of new land, plenty ot water, and on
Stmdes Kun turnpike. Sold entire, or as two
fai ins. Apply lo Geo. It. Humphrey on
pieinNes or to uAKHETi' S. WALL,
ii2Id&wlm Maysville, Ky.
r Frl lay, a gold bnuelet with
1 j bin.eattiiciied and in irked J. It. I'. The
Under will please lotuiu lo tlili otllce and be
r i Monday morning between tho
I j Hist Nation 1 Bank and Daullon A
Bros.'s livery stiiblc, a new five dollar bill.
Please leave at tile Bulletin olllce and bo
1.iOUVI On Tuesday atlernoon, on
.stieet a pulse containing a small sum
ot money. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
THE SUN INTERESTING. IS ALWAYS
From morning to morning and from week
to week THE SUN prints a continued btory
of the lives of teal men and women, and of
their deeds, plans, loves, hates, and tioublos.
1 hit storu is more (ntereithm than au romance
that was ever tlevhed. Subsctlptlon: Daily
(1 pages), by mnil,ooc.aniontti,or3u50nyear;
gg g JWS? per year; weekly
I. w. ENGLAND, Pi ubllslier, N. Y. City.
PROPOSALS will be tecelved until May
JL ior erecting a prim try school building
at Aberdeen, Ohio. For spec fictitious cull
on or address the undersigned.
J. W CIIKESMANO
T. F HILL. WJulldlugCom.
O. H. PERRY. )
THE PLACE TO Oi:T CIIKAI
hichflldly SUTTON STRLET.
IS, R, GLASCOCK k CO I!
Is the best place to get bargains In
JL) J "V
Windhorst & Blum,
FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have Just received their Spring Slock of
Domestic Goods of the latest styles,
prices lea.sonable and worU the best. uuJly
Utei hair. If druKglst hun't
BLONDINE It.ienJ toKretmau,rcrfumer.
m'fr. IM W.4th St.,Cin. no.
Duiue; 4, xirei pm, J.
RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
riUIE Desirable Residence on Second Street
I known as the Piesbytcrlan parsonige Is
otlored for sale on reasonable terms. Tho lot
Is 80 feet front and extends back 120 feet to au
alley. Tlie house contains 7 rooms, kitchen,
pantry aud there aie two cisterns on the lot.
Apply to J. JAM KS WOOD,
uhtod&wlm A. T. LOX.
FRANK R. PHISTER
Has ust received 500 copies of
A Treatise on the Horse
Anil HIS lUSKASDS,
By Dr. B. J. KENDALL.
P RICE 23c.
Tho best woik for tho money published.
Addies-, mall oideisto
FHANIv H. PHISTER.
myOdi&wtf Maysville, Ky.
Desirable Real Estate
IF not sold before I will sell nt public auction
on Siiturdiiy, .Iitno l, iss:i, my
house mid five lots, nil under fence, situated
In Clifton, near the property of Mr. C. U.
Poaroe, Jr.. and only three minutes walk to
the proposed street railway. Tho house Is
comparatively new, has threo rooms, kitchen,
hall and porch below, nud two rooms
above, a nice cellar, cistern, a largo stable,
buggy liouso and all necessary outbulldlngH,
llfteon to twenty Irult trees, grapes and other
small fruits. For further particulars call nud
see mo at my otllce opposite postofllco, or G,
S. Judd, Esq, Attorney at Law. Court street,
betweon Second and Third streets.
a21dtd G. A. MCCRACKEN.