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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY EVE., JULY 21, 1883.
HOSSER & MoOABTHY,
Publishers and Proprietors,
To whom Address all Communications.
The Maysville lads who wont abroad,
, Will all bo glad to learn,
The Jury mon mado up their minds
To wind up and adjourn.
And though their escapades, no doubt,
Have pricked their conscience sore,
They'll all como homo resolved to do
Just as they did before.
Oamp Sam Rilky is what the Emmet
Rifles call it.
The little b earner Katie Prather hns
been sold to Mr. Orln Edgington, of Ab-
deen, for S1.400.
Col. Thomas Z. Morrow, the Republican
enndidnto for Governor, will Bpeak
nt (ho Court House this afternoon.
being sold in Lexington for
nine and a half cents, delivered to consumers,
the lowest fiKiircovur reachod.
Messrs. White & Oivr during the next
week will sell camp chairs at cost. They
do this in honor of the camp meeting.
The trial of John Smart for shooting
Dr. Robbins, near Carlisle, a few weeks
ago, has been postponed until the 30th
No need of sitting on the ground and
running tho risk of contracting
you can got a camp chair at cost at
Rov. 0. B. Hudgins will hold services
at tho Episcopal Church, to-morrow
morning at eleven o'clock and in tho
afternoon at five o'clock.
The New Republican's fino frenzy
might bo relieved by the judicious use
of a little crushed ice. It should bo
to tho brain where it hurts the wore.
If you put soda in water with which
you wash windows, you will find that
linger marks, putty stains, etc., will be
much more easily removed than if water
alono is used.
Stephen Tollk, who was arrested a
iew days ago for an aggravated assault
upon Michael Kopple, at Manchester,
has been released on SCOO bail. Kepplo
is recovering from his injuries.
Next week during tho absence of the
editor, who is going to take a holiday,
tho Bulletin' will bo edited by Mr. M.
F. Marsh, who will, wo are very certain,
,mako it readable and interesting.
The combined ages of tho sixteen
grand jurors aggregated 823 years. The
oldest was 73, tho youngest 35, and the
average ago 51. In addition to this they
wero a good looking and a level-headed
set of men.
The Robertson County Democrat, published
at Mt. Olivet by Messrs. Hancock
& Word, promises to bo a successful
venture, if wo may judge from its neat
appearance and tho interesting news
matter it contains. May it live long and
The first degree in a new order lately
organized was conferred upon Esquire
M. F. Marsh at tho jail yesterday by the
Emmet Rifles. Tho cerombnies were
novel and interesting. It was desired to
extend tho same honor to Mr. Sam. S.
Riley, but with characteristic modesty, lie
declined tho proffered attention.
The Now Republican extra containing
alius Bulger's coufesslon, was severnl
hours In advance of the same information
contained in the dally papers which mado
them rather stale reading. New Republican.
Our neighbor ought to print its
little hand-bill overyllay and it will then
bo in advanco of tho daily papers six
times a week. It's subscribers will probably
prefer it to tho stale matter it prints
a week later.
Two to Duty.
Tho following complimentary letter has
been sent to Gov. Blackburn by Judge
AIAYSVIT.LK, Kv.. July 15, 1H1.
To IIU Excellency Luke P. Blackburn, Governor
of the 8 ate of Kentucky : In lesponso
toyouroidersnndthatof Gen. J. l Nuckols,
Adjutant funeral, tho Emmet littles reported
to me Immediately on receiptor your order,
and oro now on dutv, and I nm conlldent
their piomptness and soldierly conduct pie-vented
a mob horo tho other night. You may
well bo pioud of the Btato Guards, If they me
allastruo to thotr duty as Cuiitnln FJtzgei
aid nud tho mou under hltn. 1 am,
fully, A. E. Cole,
Judgo Fourteenth District of Keutucky.
Ir too1 lute for thfc year tho following
agricultural item may help you tho next;
' " Corn which is hilled will blow down
moro readily than that which has lvel
'culture. This can bo accounted for by
tho fact that corn roots run very near
' tho surface, and when hills aro made
they aro confined to tho small spaco covered
by tho hill, while in level culture tho
roots run from onorow to tho other,
tho corn to stand strong, as nature
intended, and in no way.liablo, to bo
blown down except by winds of unusual
Tho Execution to Take Flaco in tho Jail
Yard September 4th.
Samuel Bulger, alias Samuel Belger,
was sentenced Friday afternoon by Judgo
Cole, to be huung on tho fourth day of
next September. Bulger received his
sentence of death with a smilo upon his
countenance. Ho betrayed no signs of
excitement at all and did not seem to realize
his situation. It was shortly after
three o'clock when tho Emmet Rifles,
with Deputy Sheriff Alexander, Jailer
Fitzgerald, and tho prisoner in their
midst, filed into the court room. As
soon as order was restored Bulger was
ordered by tho couit to stalul up. He
rose to his feet promptly. When asked
if he hadanything to say why tho verdict
of tho jury should not bo mado the
judgment of tho court, he replied that he
had not. Judge Colo then proceeded and
sentenced him to bo hung by the
necck till dead, in tho yard surrounding
tho county jail on the fourth day of
September next. After he was sentenced
ho told tho court ho had one thing to
ask and that 'wns that ho be granted the
proper protection till tho time fixed for
his execution. The court assured him
that he should have all tho necessary
protection, and the prisoner was recommitted
to tho custody of ho jailer to
await the execution of his sentence.
Tho court designated tho following ten
persons under tho law as among tho
witnesses of said execution, viz : Timothy
McAuliffe, Charles McAuliffe, Charles
Blaine, Thomas R. Phister, C.L.Stanton,
Thomas M. Green, W. P. Coons, Horace
January, Dr. James Shackleford and Dr.
A. G. Browning. Tho sheriff may under
the' law designate forty moro witnesses of
. .. . . i i.i.
Rev. S. H. Chester will preach at the
Presbyterian Church on Sunday. Subject,
morning and evening: "A Renewed
Earth, tho Final Homo of tho
There will be proaching at the Christian
Church, in Washington, noxt Sunday
afternoon at four o'clock sharp, by
Rev. A. N. Gilbert. Subject: "What
is Christian Baptism ?" Everybody welcome.
Rev. . B. Alderson, pastor, will preach
at the Presbyterion Chapel, East Mays-vine,
to-morrow morning and evening.
Subject of the morning' sermon : "Paul's
Meditation in Arabia." Subject of the
evening lecture: "The Sin of Achan."
Rev. M. D. Reynolds will preach at
tho M. E. Church, South, Sunday, on the
following themes : Morning: "A
theWorkmanship of God." The subject
involves the ideas of what is a Christian,
how he was made and what he was
mado for. Evening: " Two Dead Cities
Rev. A. N. Gilbert will occupy the
pulpit of the Christian Church as usual
on next Sunday morning and night. In
the morning he will preach on Christ's
reply to tho penitent thief: "This day
thou shalt be with mo in Paradise."
The subject at night is : " The Prince of
Peace." Services one hour.
All Sunday school workers and those
interested in the cause are requested to
be present at tho Sunday School Convention
which will bo held at Orangeburg,
Friday, August 3rd, beginning at ten
o'clock, a. m. Bring your baskets with
you, so that none will have to leave tho
grounds for dinner. Wo hope to have a
profitable as well as a pleasant time.
D. R. Bullock, Secretary.
Mr. Salomon has been giving us some
of his impressions of Maysville. Ho
says. I think Maysville and her people
have changed very much since I lived
hero eighteen years ago. There have
been several handsome business houses,
and a number of modern residences erect-el,
and altogether it has moro of a business
appearance than formerly, yet it has with
all its improvements retained a great
deal of old, and in fact le.3, liberal ideas
than it used to have. Quito a number of
my former friends think and say that 1
ought not to have como here to introduce
what I consider tho greatest improvement
of the age, tho electric light. Their
argument is that it will injure tho Gas
Company. Tho idea is erroneous and
absurd. On tho contrary, it will ho beneficial
to the Company and to tho people
also. Tho citizens will have a better appreciation
of tho value of light. Gas is
in its infancy in Maysville. There should
be improvomenrs and repairs made, and
when this is dono gas could bo sold at a
lower rate, and thus tho consumption
might bo doubled, as it could bo mado
useful Tor both heating and cooking purposes.
At tho time I was raising stock
for tho gas works hero there wero somo
dealers in coal oil who objected to tho
introduction of gas for fear it would
their trade, and yet they aro all prospering
to-day, and a much largor quantity
is used now than then. It will bo
tho same way with gas. Tho electric
light ought to bo introduced hero, and
will bo if the citizens will tako the stock,
which I am very sure will bo a paying
Mr. Goo. Hancock, of Mt. Olivet, is in
Mr. Hermann Lange and son, Lewis,
are at Esculapin Springs.
Mr. William Seaman, of Kansas, is visiting
relatives in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam. M. Hall left for
Owingsvillo this morning.
Mr. S. B. Lashbrooke, of Butler, Mo.,
is visiting friends in this county.
Mrs. Villio Black and children are at
Old Point Comfort, Va, to spend the
Col. Thomas Z. Morrow arrived this
morning, and is stopping at tho European
Mr. and (Mrs. R. J. Stevens, of Georgetown
aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. P.
Ort, of the West End.
Misses Lillio and Mollio Holmes, of
Covington, Ky aro visiting Miss Bettie
Young, of Fourth street.
Prof. H. IC. Taylor, of Vanoohurg, has
been elected president of the Log.m Female
College, at Russellville.
Miss Mattie Linton Oldham and Miss
Mary Lizzie Hall, two charming little
girls, aro visiting tho families of Mrs.
Charles Galbraith and Mr. Harry Carroll,
of Manchester, 0.
Execution of the Lexington Rapist.
Dan Timberlake, coloied, convicted of
a brutal and fiendish rape upon the body
of Maggie Law son, a little coloied girl,
about nine years old, was hanged at Lexington
on Friday morninc. On last
Wednesday afternoon two gentlemen
called on Timberlake, and he made the
following confession, with the request
that they should not reveal it until after
ho was gone:
"I was -14 year old on the lS'h day
of last June. I have been married
twice, the first time to Jane Pric; the
second time to Mirth.t Smith. Hail n
children bv either one. I 1ml two children
by Eaura Dupee, btli dead. I
lived in Jessamine county seven year-;
worked with Sparks and Brown wllile in
that county. I served in the F'liVr.ti
army 22 mouths. I have la-en l;unwiiii;
the girl, Muguie Lawson, fiv" yem Sin-is
well formed and the ki id of a
tjirl to ruin a man. She mined me and
herself, too; and hefuiel could think, I
was locked up in jail and sentenced to
be hung. My race i g"iiu to the d urs.
I don't know what will iMOiue o them
They go to church t do their devilment.
I never was tiied for any crime befoio,
and when they arrested m I was reared
so bad I did not know what I was doint
during the tiial. I havo always tried to
live a pious life, but when at church,
during preaching, I had my eye on tl.e
women. Tho most of tho devilment
done by the coloied people is at chuich.
I have tried to live a chiistian for twenty-one
years, having joined the church
before I was grown. But I havo not
lived as I ought. Thousands of people
who belong to the chuich have done
what I have done, but thev never was
caiwht. The night I committed that
awful crime I had the devil in me somehow,
and I don't know what made me
do as I did. I only had one drink of
whisky, and I know I was not drunk.
I tell you when a man runs after
women all the time, there is no
telling what he will do. I wou'd
not do so again for the world. 1
hear Maggie's screams eveiy night and
somo times I think the Lord will never
forgive me. I want you to tell the people
not to do as I did. I hope this will
be a warning to everybody. I know my
time is short, and it won't do me any
good to tell a lie. I am guilty of that
awful crime, but I don't want ybu to say
anything about it, until after I um dead."
At half-past eleven tho procession
moved through the corridor of tho jail
and to tho scaffold. Timberlake walked
up to the stops of the scaffold without
flinching. On tho scaflbld with him
were tho preachers, J. R. Jewell, G. W.
Muir, Sheriff Rodes, Deputies Rogers,
Lloyd, Frazier, and Cant. Steve Sharp.
Dan. sat down while fervent prayers
weroofl'ered for his salvation. At 11:43
a. m. Timberlake stepped forward on the
scaflbld and spoke about as follows:
"A good many people are here looking
at me, and want to know if I am guilty
of tho charge against me. I am about to
die, and they say a man about to die will
tell tho truth. I know I will. I am not
guilty of tho crime I am charged with.
This hns all been mado up against
me, and tho last words I havo to say on
earth are : " I am not guiltv, not guilty,
Ttio noose was put around his neck,
and the black cap drawn over his face at
11:44 o'clock, and at 11:55 n. m., ho fell
through the trap, His neck was broken
by tho fall, and at 12 in., life was pronounced
extinct. His bodv was cut down
by Judgo Georgo Muir. There was about
one hundred persons present to witness
Senator Halo has bought 170 acres at
Ellsworth Me., commanding a magnificent
view for his homestead.
Advertisements Inserted under this heading
10c per line for each inseitlou.
Thy Langdon's City Butter Crackers.
New stylo Stockinette Jerseys at Hunt
& Doyle's. marSldly
Readv made mosquito bars cheap at
J. W. Sparks & Bro., 24 Market street.
Linen and Mohair ulsters, largo lot,
also Jap parasols 15 cents each, at Hunt
New stylo lace curtain poles, red Scotch
shading, shade fixtures, &c, at
Hunt & Doyle's.
. -y ,
Men's gauzo undershirts at 20, 25, 35,
40 and 50 cents each. Men's drawors nt
25, 30, 40 and 50 cents, at J. W. Sparks &
Bro., 24 Market street.
Slaughter Pale of straw hats. Boys
hats at 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25. Men's hats
at 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25, at J. W. Sparks &
Bro., 24 Market street. jlOdlw
Halls Vegetable Median Hair
never fails in restoring gray hair to its
color, lustre, and vitality. Dr. A.
A. Hayes, State Assayer, of Massachusetts,
endorses it, and all who givo it a
fair trial unite in grateful testimony to
its many virtues.
Maysville, Ky., July 15, 18S3.
To all whom it may concern : Relatives
and friends of soldiers buried in tho
cemetery will confer a favor by sending
the undersigned committee their name,
regiment and company, as they wish to
procure headstones for their graves.
Geo. 2s. Crawkoki), )
T. M. Luman, Com.
Geo. M. Clinoei:. J
The young men of Lewisburgwill givo
an entertaintiiont on the grounds nearly
opposite the store of E. Berry & Son, on
Wednesday night, July 23th, which they
ntend making the crowning event of the
seuon. There will be plenty of refreshments,
a string band, and two largo
waxed platforms for dancing. A cordial
invitation is extended to all. Admission
to the grounds, 10 cents.
COMMITTER OF AIUIANORMRNTS.
LewlsbuiK Win. McAtee, James Owens,
Helena Win. Luttrell, Leo Thomas.
Hell, Ctiurles Berry.
.Muysllek Charles Hopper. Dr. Davis.
W'nsiiii,;ton Luclon Maltby, Ed. Parker.
OraiiKeburK D. Bullock.
Mt. Ullend Luvlen Ooodman.
Ttitelkleld, Sam. Smith,
Flemliigsburg Win. Dudley, Thomas Cush-man.
Coriected dally by G. W. Griskl, Krocei
S'lOiidMreet, Maysville, Ky.
S 7 00
MuyHvlUe Family fi z
Old Gold 7 0'i
.iv)i Comity y via
Kentucky Mills 0 oo
Meal 14 pck -JO"
C ml Oil, -ft gal '.o
Sumir, Krauulnted !b 10!
" A.tb lu
" yellow TUb 8au
Comb ioi ey , 15
Hums, suijireuied ty tr. l,
lincon, bieukliisl :t 16
Hominy, $) uallon 15
Beans Buallou li
Potatoes V peck, new 15
Coitee t litalfi
We are ant hoi letMo announce that CH AS.
L. DAWSON is u candidate for constable in
Maysville precinct No. 1 ut the ensuing An-i,'U
t Klectlon. He solicits tho support of his
Miller, of East Maysville.
1 who Is lu the habit ot running awny to
the ilver without his patents consent, Is no-titled
that the olllcers are niter hliu, aud will
put him in tho calaboose If he does It imuln.
JlOd.'t A FRIEND.
KENT-A small dwelling house, by
17OU SAL.LEE.fc SAL L.KE,
jlSdlw Court streot.
Ikl UY K A iiflin tirtKAMAlia TTcrul utv
,; weokH. Made by Burrows A Atherton.
Will be Hold at a baiualu. Annlv to
.... .. . .-i I
jajuiw aoa uuiiuioa,
70U SALE-A bicycle. 30 Inch wheel,
.' now. woun sis. unit at
HIK The hoico and lotouThlid
FOlt Enot Maysville, formerly occupied
by Isiael Stlckley. Apply to
jilMlw W. H. FANSLEU.
NAl.r. Seveial yoiuiu Jersey cows.
1 well bioko, periect uud in full How of
milk. jlOdlw C. B. ANDEKSOX.
SALE Tin ee fie-.li Aldemey cows,
j Apply to JlOdlw J AS. It. CALVEHT.
I70 K SALE One section, 010 acres.of Lynn
P county. Texii". land, also a section of
Floyd county, iexas land. Apply to
M. F. MAIISH, .Sutton street.
SALi: A spring wnon,Bood us uew.
Capacity about l500 pounds. Also cow
aud calf, part Alderney. Apply to
J13d2w Wushluaion Ky
ten dollar bill on becond
j Return to this otllce and leceive rewind.
About 2 yard of llnmbur In-?
IMUX1 Apply at J1M2 THIS OFFICE.
A gold Masonic Pin. Tho owner
FOUl it by cnllltiB at THIS OFFICE.
AT COST 1
rpHE balance of our stock of OAMP CHAIRS
JL will bo sold nt actual cost, for camp meeting
purposes. If application Is made Immediately.
J21dbt WHITE & ORT.
persons indebted to the lato firm of
llouan & Cllft will pleaso call at our law
oltlco ou Court streot and mako prompt payment
or wo will bo compelled to proceed to
collect same by lam BALLEE & 8 ALLEE,
of Incorporation Adopted
hy tho JfityMVllle Cooierire
of tho City of Jtnjsvillr, Htnto
I. Be it known that C. B. Duke, Thonms
Wells. Henry E. Ponuo, W. B. Mathews. C. H.
White, John T. Fleinlun, J.J. Wood, H. U.
Barkley, John N Thoma, T.C. Campbell, D.
Hechlnuor, M.C. RuRsell.Geo.T. Hunter, E.W.
Mitchell, C. B. Cllft nud Geo. W. Lloyd have,
by this lnsti anient, associated themselves
together aud become incorporated under, aud
in pursuance of the provisions of chapter CO of
the General Statutes of Kentucky, as the
' MaysvllN Cooperage Company," and by
that name shall sue aud be siud, contract
and be conti acted with, and shall nave perpetual
succession and a common seal with
power to tiller same at pleasure.
'2. The cipltal Htock of said corporation
shall be divided Into sl.uics of one hundred
dollars (?10 ) each, and the subscription to
said capital stock shall be paid in as follows :
Twenty-live (2o) per cent, on the 1st day of
AUKitst, IsA'J, aud the lemntuder in such installments
and nt such times aud places as
the Bonnl of Dlrectots may deiduuate.
3. The shares ot stock shall be transferable
by written assignment of the owner upon tho
ceititlcate for same shall be surteudeted to
the company and cancelled aud a new certificate
Issued In lieu theteofto the persons holdings
i. The corpoiatlon Is organized for tho purpose
ot matiutactiiilng hartels and bun el
staves and all other tut cles madooiitof wood
or of which wood Is the basis, and the business
of said coi potation shall
lug, buying aud selling and dealing lu
such ai tides and lu the niateilals foi making
5. The said corporation shall have tho power
10 by puichase.or otheiwlse and
to hold real uud personal ptopetty to such nu
amount as may bo necessary and convenient
fortheptoper prosecution of the business of
said company, and shall have the sume power
to dispose 01 jsald property that private persons
now have under the Jaws ol Kentucky.
0. The private propeity of the stockholders
ot saldcoinpanysliall be forever exempt fioni
any and all liability lor the debts and liabilities
of said company.
7. Tho principal place of business of said
corporation shall be at Maysville, Ky.
8. The capital stock of said company shall
bo thlity thousand dollurs (530,000). The certificates
of stock in atd company shall be
signed by the President and Secretary
by the seal of the corporation.
0. 'ihe said company shall havo the right to
employ agents aud servants, to establish by
laws and make such rules and regulations as
may bo necessary for tho management of the
affairs ot the company, not Inconsistent with
the provisions ot these articles of
with the laws of this Stato or of the
10. The business of said company shall be
managed by a board of seven dliectors to be
elected by the stockholders when the sum ot
eight thousand dolhus (83,000) Is subcribed to
the capital stock or said company and thereafter
there shall bo an annual election of directors
on tho first Monday lu July or each
year, said directors shall hold thelioillces until
their successors ate elected and qualified.
Each bouid of directors elected lu pursuance
of this piovlslou shall elect a preslueur,
tteasuror, secretary and superintendent, and
shall ptcscrlbe and dellue the powers aud duties
of said olllcets, und from such as they
ma v preset lbo tuKe bond with security for the
faithful discharge and performance of their
duties. No petson shall be elected piesldeut
who is not a member of the board of director.
II. Stockholders shall be entitled to oue
vote tor each and eveiy shale of
stock held by them, lu all elections nud lu
nil quest Inns voted on lu ireetltigs ot the
stocKholdeisitiid may castald vote by written
12. Tho Indebtedness of the company shall
not exceed the sum ot ten thousand (510,000)
dolhus at any oue time.
la. By consent of u nialotlty of the
voting at a tegular annual election
tho piovislous of these atllcles ot Incorporation
may bo amended 01 chanced In the
nuthoiled by chapter 50 of the Ueueral
Slatu'es of Kentucky.
11. 'Ihe proceedings ot stockholders' meetings
aud the meetings ot the boatd of
shall bo regularly enteted lu a book of
the company kept for that purpose. All the
business transactions ot the company shall
also be kept lu n teuulat set ot books.
15 Any member of this corpoiatlon may
wlthdt.iw theieltom ntnuy time,
his stock to the company. Certificates
of stock shall he assignable ns alovo
piovlded, but any stockholder wlthdi awing
trotii the coiporatlon by surrendering hts
stock, shall receive nothing lrom the company
on his wlthdiawal.
h). This corporation shall commence on the
10th or July, iSnI, and shall continue theieaf.
ter lor the peilod of years, aud
longer, If louewed as authorized by law.
In testimony whereof, the said i
have hereunto subscribed their names
this llth day of Juli, lss'i:
i'. B DUKE,
L. W. MITCHEL.
J. JAS. WOOD,
M. C. UUsSELL,
CHAS. H. WHITE,
W. B. MATHEWts,
HENRY E. POGUE,
DOXT OltDElt HAM) or Oichestrnl In-,
struineiits, or M u s 1 c a I
goous; of any kind, before
sending for net nil.
ces to ALLEN K. DOD-WORTH,
place. Jow Yoik. -Au
excellent B Flat Piston
S13.50; Best B
Flat Comet, S3 J; tjolo E
Flat Alto Tiombone, 320
!ent C. o. D., with pi
publicity: lesldents ot any
and applications for stamp. W. II. LEh,
Att'y, 2.H) U'way, N. Y.
DVERTIRERS ! send for our Select List
ot Local Newspapers. Geo. P. Rowell &
t;o., iu,Hpiutosticei., j. 1.
has never failed to lellcve aud CURE any
case of Indigestion or Dyspepsia. TtV it. For
salo by GEORGE T. WOOD,
JeMd&whn Maysvllte, Ky.
Va IS. km
HARDWARE and IRON.
NOTICE to CONTRACTORS.
OTICE Is horoby given that sealed pro
posals lor 1110 construction 01 n new
Church at Mnysllck, will bo recolved un
til Saturday. July 2Sth. Thohulldlntr la to be
forty feet wide and seventy feet long and will
be a frame structure Tho plans and specifications
can bo seon by calling on John
Maysville, Ky. All bids should bo addressed
to tho undortlgned,
JyOd&wlw Maysllck, Ky.
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