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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY EVE., OOTOBEB 10, 1883.
BOSSES & mooabthy;
Publishers and Proprietors,
To Whim Add&bss All CoKxrmicATiojfs
For sale Clock, furnituro, heating stoves,
For rent Furnished room.
Lost Lady' Companion.
I'm a novel-reading-young girl,
A romantic, half crazy, but terribly lazy,
Scarlet fever is said to have run its
courso at Flomingaburg.
The wall around tho now jail is to bo
constructed from limestone, obtained
from a quarry in Glycerine Hollow.
The now residence of Mr. A. 0. Sphar,
in East Maysvillo, when completed, will
be one of the handsomest in that end of
Fugate, who shot Abo Anglcn at
Eastern Kentucky Junction last week,
has been hold for trial at Grayson without
Messrs. Sulser, Petry & Co. advertise
for sale elsewhere a lot of office furniture,
clocks, stoves, otc. Read tho advertisement.
Machinists' soap is a new article just
introduced hero by Messrs. J. 0. Pecor
& Co. Mechanics who work in oil and
greaso will find it tho best soap for their
Miss MaGGiE Batehan, daughter of
Mr. William Batoman, of this county,
died on Sunday night about ten o'clock.
The burial took place at the Maysvillo
Cemetery this morning.
A peculiar virtue in Ayer's Sarparilla
is that while it cleanses and purges the
blood from all corruptions and impurities,
and thereby roots out all diseases, it
builds up and invgorates tho whole system,
and makes ono young again.
Mr. J. W. Jennings, ono of tho most
careful and successful planters in Bracken
county, was awarded a first premium on
"White Burloy tobacco for cutting purposes
at tho Germantown fair. His crop
was the best in his county .this season.
It. Ball, colored, was arrested at
N Washington, on Saturday evening, by
Constable George C. Goggin, for carrying
a concealed deadly weapon. Ho was
tried boforo Judge Coons, on Monday,
and was adjudged guilty. Ho was sent
to jail for ten days and fined $25.
On behalf1 of tho Fair Company we
are requested to say that tho game of
base ball at the giounds last Sunday
was without tho consent of tho
board, and that they were ignorant that
it was to take place. Wo are also asked
to say that it will not occur again.
TiiElrontonian, in noticing tho death
of Col. E. M. Morton, says: In tho
year 1840 he organized a company of
skilled mechanics in Pittsburg, at the
time of tho memorable six months'
strike, and built tho first nail factory in
Wheeling. His enterprise organized and
built tho Belmont Works there. He was
ono of tho principal movers in building
up tho iron works at Benwood and
In 1802 ho and his associates
purchased tho Star Nail Works, of this
place, now tho Belfont, which has been
and is a marked success. JIo also organized
and built the Norton Iron Works at
Ashland. He and his associates revolutionized
the methods of doing business
in this vicinity. He commenced his remarkable
career as an apprenticed
Ho was an outspoken man of positive
views and large information. Ho
will long bo remembered by those who
The following is from tho Cincinnati
Evening Post. Some of tho heirs to the
estate named formerly lived in this city :
Leonard Case, a millionaire old bachelor
charitable aud eccentric, died in Cleveland
several years ago, leaving, besides
a handsome legacy for a school of applied
scionco which bears his name, a largo
proporty for his heirs and next of kin to
quarrel over in tho courts. Ono of tho
suits now ponding in tho supremo court,
tho court of last rosort, hinges upon tho
nppearnuco of tho letter V in tho Ohio
statutes. Tho other descendants of Leonard
Case's mother claim a share in tho
estate Tho statutes provide that under
certain contingencies tho estate of a deceased
person shall pass to tho next of
kin of tho blood of ancestors from whom
tho estate came. If tho word "ancestors"
is to bo construed in its full forco tho
of Mrs. Caso can obtain their
full share On tho other hand, it is
claimed that tho letter "s" at tho end of
'lancestors"cropt into the statutes through
tho carelessness of some printer or proofreader.
Tho caso will bo heard in tho
supremo court boforo long. Tho property
Involved is valued at $1,000,000.
Detectiyo James Heflin ia in the city.
Mrs. Given and family havo removed
Mr. D. F. Bondel has gone to Louis-villa
to visit tho exposition.
Mr. A. D. Wade, of Manchester, Ohio,
was visiting friends here Monday.
1 Mrs. J. S. Chenoweth and Mrs. John
B. Poyntz aro visiting friends at Louis
Mr. and Mrs. Hoffmustor, of Cincinnati,
are visiting tho family of Mr. W.
Messrs. Harry Burgoyno and Joshua
Owons loft by the steamer Ohio on Monday
evening, for Kansas City.
Miss Stella Garrison, of Mt. Carmel,
after a pleasant visit to hor mother, Mrs.
T. E. Garrison, of Second streot, returned
Miss Julia Leach, the interesting
daughter of Mr. C. S. Leach, has gone to
visit friends at Louisville and will be
absent several weeks.
Mrs, Dr. Ellsbory and her little daughter,
Lucie, of Georgetown, Ohio, are tho
guests of tho family of Mr. Samuel
Smith, of tho west end.
Bev. II. B. Taylor, who has been assisting
in a protracted meeting at the
Christian Church, in Monterey, Clermont
county, Ohio, returned homo on
Prof. Fred Test vUitcd Bethol last week.
Mr. Gwynue DenuU has returned to his
Mrs. Martha Dennis has returned from
Mr. Frank Bibbald; of Cincinnati, Is visiting
his parents, or this place.
Mrs. Charles Rains ha returnod from a
visit In Campbell county, Ky.
Mr. Win, Ilurbert, of Columbus Ohio, Is
visiting his parents of "Roue Terrace."
Miss Emma Cunningham, a perfect brunette,
has returned to her homo, Paris, Ky.
Mrs. G.W.Schlltz and sons havo returned
from a pleasauttrlp to St. Louis and Coving
Mr. John Clark, n nonulnr beau, of n rooks.
vllle, Ky., was visiting friends of this place
Mrs. Charles Brown and hor Interesting
little family, lsvlsttiug her father uud Mrs.
Mrs. Lafayette McGoveney is vlsltlna the
home of Jier father, Mr. T. D. Kullou, of
The Misses Maggie nnd Carrie Reldle have
returned from a ueilghltul trip to Clncl unatl
Miss Boyd, woo has bcon vtsltlnutho family
of Mrs. Dr. IUdgway has returned to her
homo at Cincinnati.
MlssClark's mother and sister were vhdtlng
here last week, aud loft Saturday ou the
Morning Mall for Htgglnsport, O.
Capt. AVorstoU's ulco old homo Is becoming
quite attractive to tho young people.
the light fautastlo toe until tho wee
Miss Mary H. Cheesmau has returned, having
spent u pleasant weelc In the Queen
City, taking In the exposition, uud Hlgtit
seeing in general.
Rev. J. S. Whitney as a pulpit -orator Is
winning a large atteudauco. " ills Is the
eloquence that charms and burns, (startles,
sootues, and wins, by turns."
Ho received a hnndsomo from one
of his talr li lends at VnneeburK, out Is some-
wnai tiinat ftnoui revealing ills beauty, tor
tear his present sweetheart would disparage
Us worth In the estimation of others.
Tho temperance advocates of this town
are becoming quite enthused with tho rapid
progress they are making In that nobln
cause. This town Is free of nil saloons, except
that which Is sold by the wholesale.
Don't believe that hot whisky puneb cures
a coldthat wine cuies thu gout that love
killed a man that an old bachelor Is happy
that widows dislike u teoond marriage or
that a lady means yes when she says no.
That much talked of wedding that was to
come otl In October, was postponed until
November; but courtship is so sweet that
they havecoucluded to wait until Christmas,
providing the seventy of tho weather don't
cool their aidor.
When a German determines to marry he
goes to the lather ol the young lady aud astfs
how much money goes with his daughter.
Matrimony Is almost the bame with us, the
only dltTerence being that we discover the
ulMmportaut tact In a moro indirect way.
Mr. G. W. Howard, accompanied by his
wife iclt Sunday tor College IUU, O., a most
delightful retreat for Invalids mentally
a HI ic ted. Hoping, under too able treatment
sho will receive there, she will soou bo re
stored to her husband and Interesting children.
Tho dudes are fo extremely fastidious In redid
to their clnttifS that they have no time
to spare in polishing ihelr manners, which
are quite rusty. To effect true harmony
theie bhould be a perfect blending of tone
aud color to the whole, caret it! ly giving the
Uulshlug touch to all.
Thursday dfternoon the 'Squire had a wedding
couple. The blooming bride was attired
iu a neatly fitting traveling suit, ot the
prevailing shade of dove color. As they entered
the Gretna's cabin the groom was
Nomcwhat abashed to meet so many spectators,
gieatly Interfering with their rainbow
ot happiness. Thu 'Squire gallantly presented
the bride with his photograph, with
the request that she would find her counterpart
Wo noticed Sunday aftomoon promenading
on tho boulevard, two couples whose
names aro frequently coupled together,
caused by the nilscheivous darts of cupld's
bow. The little hazel ;eyed beauty, with her
lithe aud giaceful form, was playfully toying
with her admlier's henit. While the stylish
brunette was airily whirling her.eoortV cane
In a dangerous manner over herndinltcr's
Advertisements Inserted under this heading
10c per Hue for each Insertion.
Try Langtlon'a City Butter Crackers.
Insure with Salleo & Salleo. sSSdlm
Children's cloaks and cloaklngs at
Hunt & Doylo's.
Ninety-eight different styles of now
neckwear open to-day nt Hunt & Doylo's.
I am receiving daily tho best brands o!
fresh oysters, which will bo served in
any stylo desired day or night. I will
also supply thorn by tho can or half can.
BlSdlra Jon.v Heiser,
Fivo hundred dolmans, jackets and
cloaks at Hunt & Doyle's to-day.
Combined pocket book and
in French and Persian Morocco.
Salesmen's books in American, Russia,
and Alligator leather. Call and see them
at Harry Taylor's, 23, Market streot.
Buy your cloak from Hunt A Doyle,
they know how to fit you perfectly.
Many forget that tho hair and scalp
need cleansing as well as the hands and
feet. Extensive use of Ayer's Hair
Vigor has proven that it is the best
cleansing agent for tho hair that it pro-vents
as well as removes dandruff, cools
and soothes tho scalp, and stimulates tho
huir to ronewed growth and beauty.
I am receiving daily the best brands of
fresh oysters, which will be served in
any tyle desired, day or night. I will
also supply them by tho can or half can.
oSdtf No. 35 Second St.
Corrected daily by G. W, Geisei., grocer,
Seooud street, Mnysville, Ky,
Limestone $ 7 00
Maysville Family 6 S3
Old Gold 7 00
Mason County $ 25
Kentucky Mills. 6 0L'
Magnolia, new 5 75
Butter, H) lb. 2548 SO
iea tj5 pecK... .,. ... ... .. ,..... ... ....... "
iIllCi6 us .....,(........,...... .... Ij30
Molasses, fancy tin
Coal Oil, V gal. D
Sugar, granulated tt M 10
a. n iu
" yellowy lb 89
Comb Honey 15
Strained Hooey 12
Hums, sugar cured ro to
Bacon, breakfast V it- - N
Horaiuy, Tfl laillon .. 20
Beans $ gallon 4
Potatoes peck, new 13
Anthracite at Elov itor, per ton $$.'.25, delivered,
Youghiouheny at Elevators, per bushel He.
Kanawha at Elevitors, por buhel lie. de
1'omerv at Elevators, oer husMel tc.
V are authorized to uiiumu'icp that '. F.
rice ot Major
of the city of Mny&villo at tho Jauuny elec
We ate nuthoilzed to announce tlmt HORACE
JANUARY Ik u candidate tor iee
a Mayor of Mu.XHVltle, at tue enduing
For Vity !lerk,
We are authorized to announce that
LANUIIORNE M. TvHH U a candldnie for
theottlceot City Clerk at the ensuing January
Ve aro authorized to announce that
HARRY TAYLOR is a candidate tor
lion as City Clerk at the ensuing January
For Collector nnd Treasurer.
Wo are authorized to nuuomice that E. L.
PEARCK N a candidate for w
Collector nnd TienMuer of MuyhvlIU at the
oiiHUlng January elecilou,
Wearonuthotlzed to announce Mr. W
WATICINSas a cnitdMate tor Marshal at the
enduing January election, IW1.
We are authorized to nnnounce JaMES
II AS3UN, Hr., as a candidal lor Uy iiuuMml
at the January election. Not one cent tor
Woare authoilzed to announce that W. H.
DAW8UN N a candidate fortheolllce of Hty
Marha), ut the ensuing January election.
He solicits the support of his friends
We at e authorized to announce that JAMES
REDMOND Is u candidate tor reelection an
Maishnt ot Maysvillo ut theenMiltm January
election. Thu support ot his trlends is sollc
MR. ROBERT W. BROWNING announces
that he is a c mdldate lor City Marshal at the
etihulutf January election, on the first Monday
in January, 1SS1. Your mippoit
A good cnnvasor for a
WANTED Uood coiuiuIksIous. Exclusive
tenilory. WM. OWENS,
oi5dtf Bulletin ottlce.
OR SALE We havo several Kood heatlnu
; htoves, six good clocks, a large lot ot tables,
chalts aud coal-oil lamps; also ome
flneoillce furniture, Including a flue tire nnd
bunilnr pi oof wife all of which wo will sell
very cheap. Call at our factory,
offidlw SULSER, I'ETRYA CO.
SALE-A second-hand base burnln
; stove, uood as now. Pi leu $S. Apply at
SALE A goou Domestic sewing ma
FOR Inquire of J. J. McCarthey, ol tin
mi. lariuei ruus lor puce. nsKlf
RENT Furnished trout room tor
FOR lodgers. Inquire at this ofllce.
RENT Mv two. story brick
hoiue, corner Short and Hecnud btteets.
Hizo ot rooms thirty-two by ono huudredreet.
Well adupted formnlu or tobacco. Apply at
ZWEIGART'S meat More. slid
tho Rectorvilto turnpike,
LOST-On this city and about one mllotho
othorsldoof the Hull Creek toll Kate, a lady's
leather companion. Flouso return to this
T OST On Sunday, between tho residence of
lj Mr. W.J. Nloholl, on Sutton street and
Richardfeon A Russell's corner, a cold and
coial breastpin Fieaso return to Mr. Mch-oil
or this ottlce aud be rewarded.
3s Wi0it& S3CS
KTA11 floods aiul Worlt WAKRA?STKI).
Number -13, Second street, three doors below
Market street, Maysville, Ky. aplttdly
XSiEslX CLOAKS! XcSlsK
On Taeftdny, Wedneatlay,
:Wo will make a
:embraclng all thg new
We invite an examination of the a a mo by tho Ladles of Mason and adjoining counties.
tter Measures will be taken and gurmenta made to order If required,
A. R. GLASCOCK &. CO.
No. 20, Second Street,
NEW CASH DRY GOODS HOUSE.
D. IML Runyon
wllloirerou Monday, Octoiiku 8, tho following spiclal bargains:
1 0,000 Yards New Style Fancy Prints
full Htnndard miallty, worth 7 cents at 6l cents, others at 5 cent. Ten-quarter WHITK
1JED IUjANKKTS $l.nO t pair j better nt $2.5u per pair up. White. Red and Gray BlunkeU
at All prices. Large aud complete atsorttuent o( brown und bleached
PILLOW CASKS. rOTfONS. CANTON FLANNELS At,., at the very lowest nrlce. KEN-
j TUCKY JEANS, full atortmentvtti cents and up.
uu uisctihtt ciwii luii ui i4uwei
Ladies' KID Gloves
of reliable makes. HOOP SKIKTH, COIlSETtf, JERSEYS aud HANDKERCHIEFS, in laro
aKHortintni. Sprciul lutof heiUMtltcti, all Unci). 25 cents, worth foity cents. Special
dilves In black aud colored CASHMERES, low priced DRESS UOODS Just received. Wear-
warrant t to lve satisfaction. wrThe attention
qipit'i! t till- Mile.
A General Request,
response to a very pMtraI iequet we
hnp Iimmi tudiU'ed to i ui upon ho market
a fuh Hue ot the best makes of
which wontleratieduced rates Needle?, Oil,
and Attachment for all kinds of Macnlue.s
contnn'lv on hand.
ttrFKCIAL NOTICE, A competent
In tht ortlee will lepalrnuy kindnt Sew-1
UK machine promptly and satlsf.ictoilly,
inauliii; them as yood as nw,
A. SORRIEST SON,
Easjjjecond stieet, Maysville. Ky
I R. BURGESS,
No, 3, Second Sfioct,
will oiler on ami alter Thursday, October 11.
the lolIowliiK great bargains; One thouviud
yards of heavy, full staudaid
worth 50 cents per yard, for 2) cents, sllKhtly
damnued by water. .One thousand yards of
heavy nine ounce Jeans guaranteed all parts
wool rtllluil nnd made Iu Keutuekv, wor th oO
cnts per yaid, lor 33 ceuts. A full aud complete
NEW DRESS GOODS,
nt hoi torn prices. Canton Flannels from 5
cents per yaid to a cents. One thousand
yards of prints lu uood styles nnd fast colors,
5 cents per yard. Gent's heavy, all wool Red
Undershirt-, woith Si 50 each ior$l,ui. A lull
line of new Towels, Table Linens Nnpkins
Jersey Gloves, Uulerweiu, Bed
Comiorts aud Blankets. Uo a lame and
wi'llelected stck or Cloak In all the new
styles Just iccelved from New York. Fifty
pieces of Gingham at 5 cents a yard, olldlm
$30,000 FOR $2.
A.K4iiur Monthly Iruuliitf will
fMlltako place in the Masonic Hall, Ma
, HonlcTemnle Bulldlug, Louisville, Ky.
THURSDAY, Oct, i, 1SS3.
A fjiivhil I.oltory nnd Fair Drawing
chartered by the LeUIuturo of Ky. and twice
declared leual by the hlulut court in the
Htate. Bond lwn to Henry county in the
sumof$iu,0001or the piompt payment of all
A Revolution In Sliitflo Number
iWTEvery ticket holder his own supervisor,
can call out the number on his tlckol und see
tlio corresponding number on the tau placed
In the wheel in his presence. These drawings
will occur on the last Thursday of every
month. Read the magultlceut
I Frlzo .3,0nn
1 Prize l,tHi0
1 Pilzo fi.W
2 Vilzes 52,000 each S.ut'O
6 FiIzch, I,W) each 5,iK)0
9 I'lizes Jench, Approx'u Pilzea,... 2,700
n Prists, 21-0 o.ich, ' " 1,NW
b Piizes,UW each, " IHjO
2 i'rlzes, 00 eaeh.,, , 10flKK
300 Pilzes, 100 each
200 Frizes, 60 each 10,0H)
6(H) Frizes 2J each lu,iU)
11)00 Frizes, IU each , 10,000
1,857 Frizes, 6110,100
Whole TJcUctN. 82, Ifuir TlcUetM, 91
27 TIcUotM, 830, S3 TIcUetH tftOO.
Itemlt money or hank draft In letter, or
send by express. DON'T SENn BY 11KGUH.
TERED LETTER OR FOSTOFF1CE ORDER,
until further notice. Ordersof $5aud upward
by express can be sont nt our own expenso
AtuireKH an oiuers iu j.j.uuuuuan,
sepl7d&wly LouUvllle, Ky.
Tbnmdny and Friday,
17, 18 and
fine dUplay of:
and desirable styles In:
Ladle1 (Jem's und Children's HOSIERY
prices iuuu uimmvuuic
of cloe CASH BUYERS is earnesttv
l OU SALE.
Residence, .Old Jail and Cages.
order 'of the Court of Claims of Mason
County, we will sell on
SATURDAY, Oct, 27, 188. t,
at 2 p. in. on the premise, on southeast corner
of Market and Fouith streets Mays vf tie.
Ky, to the highest bidder, the old fill
propei iv, ncludlm: the lustdetice and lot,
jail buildinu and wall aud all the cages', Iron
cells, ac. Ac. Sa'd propety will be sold as an
entliety or In separate parcrN. Terms of Kile:
One third cnh In hand and thn buluutv In
Mx and twelve months with Inteiet. Possession
tobeulveu Deeembei I, Wlt or as soon
as the new Jail and residence ts eoundted,
GARRETT tf. WALL,
Chaliman of JaI Committee.
: Dealer in:
Fruit, Fish, Ao.t II. F, HEMINGWAY A COAS
' ANCHOR" BRAND
M quart Cn us , ......2'o
ANCHOR, Hiand.nd, quart cans HVj
HELECT. iiuurt eau 40c
N. V. SADDLE ROCK, quart cans f Oc
HlTLK, per quart &o
FISH 5, 8 aud 10c
MAisON CIRCUIT COTRT.
John C.Tate and
Frauds C. Tat, hiH wife, f na I,eunou ex
Notice Is heieby jjlven that John C.Tate,
and Francis C. Tale, his wile, tiled in the
clerk's ottlce of the Mann county court, ou
the 0th day of October, IS a petition nskluic
that the said Francis C. Tate beempoweied
by the said court to act as a feme bote, with
nil the rights, privileges aud immunities provided
by Sec. 0, of m tlcle 2, chapter 62, ol the
general statutes of Kentucky.
Witness: Reu. D. Parry, clerlz of cald couit,
tho 0th day of October. 1SSL
qWWt REN. D. PARRY, Clerk M. C. C.
TKAU IX 3tlNl THAT
will stand for more fiom October 1, to November
10, at MOSB DAULTON A RRO.'rf
Lively, Hale and Feed stables, atSJjto Insure
a mare in foal, John Hurdlno Is by Almout,
the leaillui; she of trotters; Ursi dam by
Drown Chief, the bet snoot Mambrluo Chler,
becond dam by Kelt rami Ac. oNltf
A70U .SHOIM) NOT FAIL i
to seo the ivoiy rlntsh CHttou aud Avnlon
Oat Meal Pets Mush and Milk Sets, Pitchers
Vases and other new ods now lieliuc
ved lu the show windows of O. A. MCCARTHY
China Htoie, No. 21, Button 8t. IU w
AM receiving dally the best biands of Oyster
I which will bo nerved Inall styles. For
sale aNo by the can, half-can or in bulk at
reasonable prices. T. J. NOLIN,
nt lllerley'h confectionery More, Second St.
CYCLONE in PRICES.
tho flueM In the city. Flannels
FJc.t.lOc, and upwards. Ono huudre '(
oti ii(ii tuu. ' 1113 I'lctcn il iiiniiiiiuiM win
bo sold at a bargain. lUnukets, SLOP, 21.23 and
up to 510. oSlw MRH, A.J.WILLIAMS.
LAND FOR SALE !
bo sold to tho highest bidder, on Tuch
310 day, October iu, my farm Joining the
lrKtound, Also the laud above the pike.
Terms one-third cash, tho balance lu oue,
two and three years, bearing 8 per cent, interest..
Halo nt 10 a.m.
s21w JUDITH CALVERT.