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'TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY EVENING, MAT 24. 1883.
PltAY lot us till Iteop tills 111 lllilfd
On Decoration Day,
That hearts there aro that mourn ns well
For thoso who wore the gruy.
And let us tako unto ourselves
This sncod thing to do.
To placoa wealth of flowers above
"The bravo but fallen few."
Tiik citizens of Mnysvillo and Mason
county aro requested to hand to Judge
Wall the names of all Confederate soldiers
who aro buried in the Maysville
Work on the foundation of Ilochinger,
Thomas &, Co.'s now iron-clad tobacco
warehouse below the city, was begun
yesterday. The building is to be 40x140
feet in size.
Messrs. J. 0. Vance and Theo. J.
Zoullar, electricians, arrived in Maysville
lust night and will put in operation the
incandescent electric machine at the
The first watermelons of the Reason
were offered for salo on Tuesday, by Mr.
D. Daulton, of Est Maysville. The
grocers of Old Town will have to look
out for their laurel.
We are informed that it is the intention
of Joseph Heiser Post, G. A. R., to
invite the ex-Confederates, of this county
and neighborhood to join with them in
the ceremonies on Decoration Day.
Thomas Careioan was found guilty of
carrying concealed deadly weapons in
Magistrate M. F. Marsh's court Tuesday,
and his punishment fixed at a fine of $25
and confinement in the county jail ten
There was a quiet wedding at St. Patrick's
church, on Tuesday afternoon,
Miss Ella Lally, of Maysville, to Mr.
Thomas Comer, of Mason county. Rev.
Father Glorieux performed the ceremony.
The following marriage licenses have
been issued in Brown County, Ohio, since
our last report:
George Morolond and Caroline Clark.
David H. Wilson and A. -B. UrlUlth.
C.C. Richards and Anna B. Livingston.
E. D. Harrison and Maggie Lutz.
Sixty-eight knitting machines arc in
operation at the knitting works. The
capacity of these machines is about three
hundred and twenty-five dozen pairs of
stockings a day. About one hundred and
twenty-five operatives are employed.
Mr. E. R. Blaine, who has been for
many years connected with the Collectors
office, is a candidate for the place
made vacant by the resignation of Mr.
John E. Blaine. Ho has been a polite
and obliging official and -we believe his
appointment would be satisfactory to the
Department and the public.
Charles Coons, colored, had his examining
trial before Magistrate M. F.
Marsh, Tuesday, under a charge of shooting
at another with intent to kill, without
wounding. Ho was held to bail in the
aum of $50 for his appearance at the next
term of the Circuit Court, in default of
which he was committed to jail.
To prevent the- white grub from cutting
oil' the young corn sprouts, the following
is highly' recommended: Mix
about ono part of salt with ten parts of
plastor and apply a tablespoon fill around
each hill so as not to touch' the sprouts,
nnd while you will savo the corn from
the grubs you will bo fertilizing it as well.
(TiiKjCourt of Appeals has not yet disposed
of tho Ellis Craft case, but it is
' ce'rtain the prisoner will not be hanged
to-morrow. Whon the decision is rendered
ho will be allowed thirty days for
a rehearing, and in the event of its boing
refused the Governor will fix tho time
for the execution ono' month from the
date of the refusal of the application for
Sales of liUim.
The following changes in tho ownership
of land have been recorded at the
office of tho Clerk of tho County Court,
sinco our last report : ,
A. A. Wudswortli, commissioner, to K. H.
Reed, a tract of land on the MayHVillo and
Mt. Sterling turnpike: consldotation, .
John R.Tarltou to Mt. Zloti Colored Church
H aero of laud In MuTphy.svlllo ; consideration!
Lafayette Trlsler and wife to W. J. Adams.
22K acres of laud on Loo's creek ;
Thomas Neal and others to Julia O. Peers,
28 acres. 1 rood and 20 polos of land iu Charleston
Bottom ; couslderatlon,'$2,8l9.
Augellne Garrison and othorsito IsaaoTl,
Hudson, i acres of land on Lawronco creek,
uud otuor property j consideration, 8500.
, THE MAY COURT.
Proceedings or tho Wednesday Session
List of Cluims Allowed.
It was ordered that the Mayslick and
Mill Creek Turnpike Road terminate at
Mill Creek instead of at Lowisburg, and
that tho appropriation of $1,500 a mile
heretofore made, be for the distance from
tho Maysvillo and Loxinston Turnpike
to said Mill Creek, which is about two
and one-half miles, and tho said company
is authorized to take in their charge
the county road from Mill Creok to
and charge toll upon same, and
they are required to keep the Bitme in repair
at their own expense.
It was ordered that $500 bo appropriated
for tho purpose of altering the dirt
road leading from Taylor's Mill to
and cutting down tho hill on
sunn near the farm of Abnor Ilord, provided
that the citizens along the line
and tho authorities of Fleming county
will raise enough money to guarantee
that said road be mado good and passable
at said hill. The said $503 is to remain
with tho treasurer until sufficient
money is guaranteed to make tho change,
when it is to be piid to the overseer of
It was ordered that a sum not exceeding
$1,000 be appropriated in tho hands
of S. E. Mastin, Lewis Jeirerson, James
Konnard, J. E. Wells and John Gault
for the building of a bridge over Clark's
Run, on the old Clark's Run and Reed's
Mill dirt road, giving to s.iid committee
power to let out the building of said
bridge to tho lowest and best bidder nnd
that when tho satuo is completed the
County Judge shall draw an order on tho
County Treasurer for a sum not exceeding
It was ordered that the sum of $1,189
bo appropriated us stock in theTuckahoe
Ridge turnpike to be expended in paying
for the bridge lately built over Lawrence
Creek and the Treasurer was directed to
pay tho same.
It was ordered that a sum not exceeding
$1,450 be appropriated in the hands
of Isaac Pcggs, J. G. Bacon and J. W.
Thomas, for the building of a bridge over
Lawrence Creek on the Blue Run und
Anderson's Ferry turnpike to be taken as
stock thereon to be paid when said bridge
is properly constructed.
Upon tho application of the Mayslick
and Flat Fork Turnpike Company, which
is about one and four-fifths miles in
length, and the Sardis and Lowell Turnpike
Company, whose road is about five
miles long, the sum of $1,500 a mile was
subscribed as stock, to be paid as the
Court has ordered.
The sum of $1)00 was appropriated as
stock in the Kenton Station, turnpike
It was orlered tint $1,500 a mile be
appropriated to any extension of the
Middle Trace turnpike road, formerly
Hill City, that may bo mado in
with the orders of Court.
The sum of $50 was appropriated in
the hands of John Otto, to grade the
county road from Springdale to the Ohio
The sum of $2.27, overpaid by S. E.
Mastin on the Chrk's Run and Roed's
Mill road, was ordered to be refunded
It was ordered that $1,000 be appropriated
as stock in the Maysvillo and
Blue Run turnpike road, to bo used in
macadamizing or rocking tho portion on
tho bench of the river hill opposite
Patrick Byron's houso and running thence
through the lands of Win. Byron, A.
Sullivan, R. B4II, .T. Hndnut, Levi &
Adams, Thos, Neal and A. J. McDouylo,
and tho sum is not to be paid until the'
Newport and Maysvillo Railroad procures
the right of way, makes surveys
and grades thewroute or bed of said road.
A. sum not exceeding $800 was appror
printed in'tho hands of S. E. Mastin,
Allen Pumpelly and L. Jefferson for tho
building of a bridge over Pummel creek
and the Catron's Mill und Washington
Tho road tax, pay of hands, teams, etc.,
were fixed at the same rate as last year.
Tho following is tho levy for tho year
Turnpikes and bridges ". 13$
Deficit claims 0
In Urinary Fund ; -. 01
Jail Fund 0.1
sinking Fund ,.:....'....::...';...1. .-...'
Totul ! .'...09
Two dollars was loyied on each white
titho and tho same on each colored, tithe
for 1883. -
Tho roport of tho Jail Committee was
received and ordered to bo filed,
It was ordered that the roport of tho
committee to oroct a now jail, and residence
bo farJastho same reports the n
cesslty for the purchase of fifty-eight feet.
of ground, oast of tho McGregor lot tit
tho price of $4,948, he received and confirmed
GarroltS. Wall was authorized to pay
out of the funds in his hands the sum of
$i) a day to each member of tho Jail
Committc for each and cvry day engaged
in tho business of the Committee. The
Ohairmm of the Committee wis allowed
ono per cent, all accounts
disbursed by him.
It was ordered that tho proceedings of
the court he published in the Bulletin,
It was ordered that the roofs of tho
Court House and Clerk's Oiliue be painted.
The County Treasurer was directed to
ascertain the amount of stock held bv
the county in tho various turnpike roads.
The sum of $400 was appropriated as
stock in the Mayslick and Sardis turnpike.
road, to pay ofT its indebtedness.
The following claims were allowed :
O. 0. Goggln, fes 8 :ii 20
m. i;arr, groceries o 0:1
O. D dsnn. lime Ail 11 Jo
Owens A K irktov, account s !M)
Conner A lllsolt, account (ID
M. Out, account ."j 00
Same, nccounl 5 imi
Same, account ,i 00
C. G. Worthlngton, fees 17 50
tioimiay x. mitciilns, account .1 00
isanie, ncc unt. f) IM)
J. t. Pickett, fe 11 11
II. Jiinu ity. 'ees 1 :t '.'."1
.1. Redmond, fees 00
It. W. Browning, fees it
E.W. Kltzgoruld, fees ? imi
W. il. Dfuviini, fees , ,w so
Clerk of tho County Court, lees 1,15 05
E. K. Gault, fees, ;ji so
1). Fltziernld, fes SOI 3
D. I'e line, tees 1 io
Kent tfftKy Clothing Houe, i omit 2 00
EIIkiiH 111, allowance 25 mi
W. W. Bull, dockets tor Justice" 17 0')
Geo. H blh, fee lfi 00
NKOIIO PAUl'KK CLAIMS.
Q. A. Means, burials Ti 00
Drs. Gault A I'olllit, medical account ;ij no
J)r. H. K. Adainson, medical account 25 MO
Dr. H. L. Parry, medical account 10 i0
Ann Johnson, allowance 2 0i
D.Threlkeld, allowance 21 00
James Green, keeping pauper 25 00
New style Stockinette Jerseys at Hunt
& Doyle's. nmr.lldlv
Mn. L. Ed. Pkahce bus n moved to Chattanooga,
Tenn., where he prp sch to engage
in the manufacture of spokes und
Baldness may be avoided by the
of Hall's Hair Uenewer, whirh
tho falling out of the hair, and stimulates
it to renewed growth und luxuriance.
It al"0 restores faded or uray
hair to its original dark color, and radically
cures nearly evry disease of the
s a' p.
Deputy Marshal James Ileiliu is in the
city on a abort visit to his family.
Mr. G. S. Judd and family will leave on
Friday for Wisconsin to visit his mother.
Prof. Thomas P. Throop, of Covington,
has been appointed Principal of the Intermediate
School at Newport. '
At a meeting of the ex-Confederate
soldiers, held at the ofiice of Judge G. S.
Wall, on May v'U, 1883, Dr. John M. Fra-zee,
was selected as temporary Chairman,
and Garrett S. Wall, Secretary. Thej
d lowing persons were enrolled : 1
S. R. Brooks, private, Co. II., 1st Kentucky .
Pn.lnUtM f IT T 'Plin....u k.l.... M.l f I
iuvuii; , vr. xi a. lAiwiutm, vsw. .,
2nd Kentucky Moun ed Infantry ; Thomas J.
Chenuweth. Major, luth Kentucky Mounted
Infantry; A. J. Egnew, private. Co. F., 2nd
Kentucky In fun try; John M. b'nizee, Surgeon
and Major, Uth Missouri Infantry; Win. D
Hixson, private.Co. E.,.')id Arkansas Cavalry,
James C. Pickett, 2nd Lieutenant, Co. F.. 3rd
Kentucky Cavalry ; M. W. Coulter, 2nd Lieutenant,
("o. H., Oth Kentucky Cavalry ; O. J.
Hall, private, Co. G 10th Virginia Cavalry:
Wm. P. Larew, private. Co. F 3ul Kentucky
Cavalry; David Purks, private, Co. F., 2nd
Kentucky Mounted Infantry; I. R. Demout,
private, Co. D., 18th Missouri Infantry ; A. B.
nrum, private, Co. B.. 3rd Kentucky Cavalry;
Dan. Perrlne. private, Co. F., 3rd Kentucky
Cavalry ; Andrew T. Cox, 1st Sorgotit. Co. B.,
Wtli Kentucky Battalion Cavalry; A. 11.
Wall, Surgeon and Major, 3rd Kentucky Cavalry;
Garrett S. Wall,. Captain and Aid to
Gen. U, M. Gaun; Clureuco L. Stanton, ibt
Lieutenant, O. S. Navy.
On motion, the meeting resolved to at
once take steps to decorate the graves
of the Confederate dead in the Maysville
Messrs Frazee, Hall, Cox, Chenoweth,
andEgnow were appointed acommitteo of
arrangements, with instructions to report
at an ajourned meeting, Friday May 23,
Messrs. Larew and Porriuo were appointed
a committee to invito tho
Rifles to unite with us, in decorating
the Confederate graves.
Said committee at once visited tho
Armory of the Emmett IUflos, and reported
to this meeting, that tho invitation
was cordially and unanimously accepted.
All. ex-Confederates aro ordered to be
notified by the Secretary to call at the
office of Judge Wall and bo enrolled.
The city papers aro requested to publish
the proceedings of this meeting.
On motion tho meeting adjourned until
.Friday, May 25, 1883, atoflico of Judge
Wall at eight o'clock, p. m.
G. S. Wall, J. M. Frazee,
1 Hov. K. E Krvln and family aro visiting
frit uds In Chirk county.
Miss Lilt le Proctor, of Hardls accompanied
by Miss llattlo Dwire, of Covlngt 01, spent
several days with Mr. Junius Maddux's family
George Hrutton, loft last week for MIssouil,
whe liu expect to make his future home.
Kmv. Munrlcel Waller ami family, of Manchester,
Ohio, is visiting, friends
Mrs. Houlden, and llule Flora Hitittcn. Is
on the slc'c list. We hope they will be better
in a few days.
Master Honl Wlun.who Is attending school
at Dayton, hio, Is vlsltlii; his psreuts.
Miss Jelinle Dobyn, Is vMtlng friends In
Rev. Mr. Ellis, of St. Louis, Mo., preached
at tho M. E. Church last Sunday night.
Mis. Anna Harncs. Is vlsltlinr relutlvoa In
Mr. James Barbour and wife have rcturnpi'
to Covington, alter several week", residence,
In our town.
Mrs. Slevntioon, of Murphysvlllo, Is the
guest of Miss '1'lllln Tarlcton. D.
Advertisements Inserted under this
lUe per line for each lnseitioti.
Thy Limrdun's City Butter Crackers.
Linen aiid Mohair ulsters, large lot,
also J up patasols 13 cents each, at Hunt
FiitsT communion and confirmation
veils and suitings, host varietv, at Hunt
Ayeu's Parsap.irilla lias such concentrated,
curative power, that it is by far
the best, cheape.it, and surest
Ik you wish the whitest and most delightful
bread, ask your grocer for " Old
Gold Patent Fiour," made by Robinson
&. Co.'s Xew Process Holler Mill, mlo
Tey "Old Gold Patent," the finest,
whitest and most satisfactory flour ever
ofi'ered in this market. Manufactured
by Robinson & Co.'s New Process Roller
Mi:. S. B. Oldham has 11 new gas burner
which makes a wonderful saving in gas.
It gives a broad, clear flame and consumes
less gas than any other burner in
UM.1, an 1 j:au be regulated to burn low or
high without moving the keys on the
fixtures. Give them a trial. mlOdlw
lo Huyers ot Cloth Jug.
1 take this method of informing mv
friends iu Mity.sville and vicinity that I
am now with C. R. Mubley & Co. The
niaininoth clothiers of Cincinnati. All
orders forsuits, goods occ, sent in'my care
will receive my personal attention.
Goods will be sent on approval to responsible
parties otherwise C. 0. I).
Goods will be exchanged, if not satisfactory,
or money refunded. Fine dress
suits to hire for balls, weddings, &v.
N. B. Marsh,
WithC. R. Mubley & Co., Cincinnati, 0.
May ?.', m, at the Catholic Church, this
city, Mls.s MARY L. LALLY lo Ml. TIlUMAS
COMER, all of Ma-ou county, Ky.
RETAIL J1A It KBT.
Corrected dally by G. W. Gkisel, grocer,
Soond street, Maynvllle, Ky.
Limestone 9 7 25
Maynville Family 6 25
Old Gold 7 00
Mason County tf 25
Keutucky Mills 0 uo
Butter.lH Eb lb20
Lurd,$ 3 15
Meal peck 20
Molasses, fancy "5
Coal Oil, "H gnl...... 20
Sugar, granulated V U 11
" yellow Ifltb 89
Hams, sugar cured "$ tt 15
Hucon, breakfast "H U.; 13
Hominy, uullon 20
Ueitus gulloti 10
Potatoes pock IS
CofJee , I2ral5
K1JNT A frumo house on
thecoinerof Hoonennd Llmestonostieots,
containing live rooms und kitchen. Apply at
m22dlw THIS OFFICE.
1710 K HUNT A frame houso on Vino s'reot,
. containing three rooms and a kitchen.
Applyjo CHRISTOPH ER RUSSELL.
KXT Threoor five rooms to small
; family. Apply at n25dtf THIS OFFICE.
.Olt SALE-Desirable crick resldonce on
1 1 Second slreot. containing nine rooms and
uitcnen, witu yaru attaciied, ou teot trout by 1
1 10 deep. m2d2w JNO. C. ADAM80N. j
I jioil NAIiK A good Cooking Stove and
? utensils. Call at Thomas Tudor's tin stoio
Second street, between Market and Lime-1
stone. may7dtf 1
17 OH exchange lift
: acres of hind near churchos on Lawrence
creek, lor a uouseaiid lot In Chester. Apply
to M. F. MARSH,
m!2 Library Hulldlug, Sutton Street,
"17 OK splendid tiutn or 175 acres
V situated at Clark's Station on tho M.aud
L. It. R., ilvo miles fiom Maysville. Good
dwelling nnd out buildings, two tenant
houses, two large tobacco barns,
acres of now lund, plenty of Mator, and on
Strodos Run turnpike. Sold entire, or us two
farms. Apply to Geo. R. Humphreys on
promises or to GARRETT 8. WALL,
u2Id&wltn Maysville, Ky.
NEW A D V ERTI S E M E NTS.
AC SUM INTERESTING. .IS ALWAYS
From tnornlmr to morning and lioin week
to week THE SUN pi hits a continued story
of the lives of teal men and women, and of
their deeds, plans, loves, hates, nnd tiouhles.
ThU story h more interesting hnn ti y romance
that wits ever (leviwit. Subsoil pllon : Daily
(I Migt's), b ninll,o3e.n month, or$0 .'On vear;
Hun-hay (S pages). 3U0 per year; Weekly
( pages), 81.00 per year.
I. W. ENOLA.ND, Publisher, N. Y. City.
PROPOSALS will be ipoelved until May
JL 2bth lor electing a primary school building
at Aberdeen, Ohio. For .spec ilcutlouscull
on or addiess the undershjnod.
rpHE undersigned having been duly
pointed b the Miimiii County Oourt ns
administrator of the estate ol .Mrs. Lizzie
Htalleup. deeeasi'd, and qualified, as such, nil
IKMM.10S luivii.u elnlins against her estate aro
hereby untitled to present them pioperly
to the said administrator lor payment,
mllwliii (J. S. JUDD. Adm'r.
THE Vt.AVKVit GET CHI.AP
GEORGE O HI., Jr.'s,
iiichSldly SUTTON STREET.
S, R, GLASCOCK & CO 'I
lb the best place to get bargains In
Windhorst & Blum,
FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have Just received their Spring Stock of Imported
and Domestic Goodsof the
prices reasonable and work the best. auUly
BLONDINE It.ltiQd tor rftamin.Pftrf IfdruglithMn' um...
ni'fr. IM W.4lh St.,Cln. Tfcj.
a uuiue, 4, expreii pui, 3.
RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
THE Desirable Residence on Second Street
1 known as the I'lesbyterlan parsonage is
otlered fur siile on leasonnblo ternin. The lot
Is s"D feel fiont and extend back 120 feet to an
alley. T ie houe contains 7 rooms, kitchen,
pantrv and theie aie two cisterns on the lot.
Apply to J. JAMES WOOD,
u IStfdiJfc wlm A. T. (.OX.
A Spoolbt. Tor all Diseases of tho
KIDNEYS. R LIVER.
PilJa, 36 Doses, Cl.OO
2. T. LEE, Lebanon Pike. Cincinnati, O.
Bent by mall postpaid on receipt of price.
14,508 Boxes sold in a year by OJNJE
Act Directly on the Liver.
CUBKM ClIILI.S AN!) I'KVKIl,
Sick Hk vdache, Bihouh Colio,
TlON, UMEUHATI.SJI. t'lLES, 1'ALl'lTATlON
ok tub Hkaiit, Dizziness.
COATKnToNIIUK. 8LKBPLKfSNKrt. AND AI.I.
DlKKAHKS Of THE LlVKIl AND BTOMACU. If
you uo not "reel very well." a alnKle pill At
bed-1 1 inn stimulates the stomach, restores
the appetite, Imparts vigor to the nyitem.
R.E. SELLERS & CO,, Pittsburgh, Pa.
FRANK R. PHISTER
Has lust received 300 copies of
A Treatise on the Horse
And ins i)isi:ahi:s,
By Dr. B. J. KENDALL.
P BICE 35c.
Tho best work for tho money published,
Addiess mail onlers to
FRANK K. PHISTER,
liiyOdAwtf .Maysville, Ky.
Desirable Real Estate
IF not sold before I will soli at public
on Mitiirriny, J11110 2, 1883. mv
house and ilvo lots, all under fence, situated
in CMftou, near the property of Mr. O. 11.
Pearce, Jr., and only three minutes walk to
tho proposed street railway. The house is
comparatively new, tins three rooms, kitchen,
hall and porch below, and two rooms
above, a nice cellar, cistern, a laigo stablo,
buggy houso und ull nocossury
fifteen to twenty fruit trees, grapes and other
small fruits. For further particulars call and
seo mo at my olllco opposite postofllce, or G,
8. Judd, Esq, Attorney at Law, Court street,
between Secoud and Third streets.
a21dtd G. A. McORACKEN.