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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY EyE., OPT. 17, 188a
Publishers and Proprietor,
To Whom Addhubh Aia Cokxuxications
R. B. Powell Rooms for rent.
For ront Furnished rooms.
Wintbr is coming,
Bat what of that,
For! still hang on.
Says tho old straw hat.
As tho story goes
You have heard about,
It was a yery cold day
When you froze me out."
The genoral health of Mayavillo just
now is decidedly good.
Paktmdqe3 aro said to be very- numerous
in this neighborhood.
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Is it not about time somothing was
dono in tho matter of tho Hord's Hill
Fxieight Conductor, II. C. Farm, fell
from a car near Paris and was probably
The fashionable color of crushed
strawberry is to bo succeeded by " maehed
The largest potato has occupied a considerable
portion of public attention this
fall, and tho end is not yet.
The Biographical Encyclopedia of Ohio
has been added recently to tho library
at tho Historical Society rooms.
An electric light company has been
organized at Cynthiana. Editor Kohoe,
of tho Democrat, is a stockholder.
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Tony Denier's Pantomino troupe, ono
of tho best in tho country, will appear at
Washington Opera House on the 25th
The fall trade is opening as well as
could be expected. Tho coming season
promises to be a busy ono for tho merchants.
JIr. Robert Hill is at Paris, doing
somo plastering for Messrs. Gus Dietrich
& Son. Maysvillo mchanics are sought
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DoGd aro getting to bo as bad a nuisance
in Maysville as tho hogs. Twenty-six
of them were counted this morning
on tho esplanade on Market street,
It is not lawful to kill game in this
State until tho 20th of October. Tho
general impression that tho day fixed by
law is tho I5th of October is a mistake.
A social mooting of the congregation
of tho First Presbyterian Church will bo
held on next Friday evening, at the residence
of Mr. H. H. Collins, in Chester,
Street cars pass tho door.
The ladies of tho congregation of Stono
Lck Church, near Orangeburg, will give
an oyster and ico cream supper this
(Wednesday) evening for tho benefit of
the church. Everybody is invited.
Messrs. A. R. Glascock & Co. aro this
week making an elegant display of tho
latest stylo cloaks. They have a very
largo stock and all the new styles. It is
hardly necessary to say that their prices
nro very low.
Messrs, J. O. Owens & Co. have just
.received a handsomo now safe, that is
six and feet in height, and
weighs about two and one-half tons. It
is supplied with a time lock, and was
made by tho Mostlor Safe Company.
The now Btreet cars will arrive at Lexington
noxt week. They were made by
tho Stovonson Car Works, of New York,
and aro much handsomer than tho old
ones. Fifty-two mules have been bought
in Texas, and were shipped this week.
Pnor. Taos. F. Leahy will begin his
class in book-keeping this evening in
tho room over tho old post-office, lately
occupied by Sir. Kackloy as a photograph
gallery. Prof. Leary is an experience
instructor, and a very useful man.
The collection of prehistoric articles at
tho Public Library rooms has lately
been increased by an assortment of curious
bono implements from mounds
near Madisonvillo, Ohio. They aro tho
property of Col. F. H. Bierbower, an in
defatigable collector, of this city,
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The best yeast bread exhibited at tho
Germantown fair was made by Mrs. E,
F. Owens, of Minerva, and was awarded
a first premium. It was made of "Old
Gold " flour which is manufactured in
this city, and is celebrated for its excellence.
Tho piemium awarded was a barrel
of this flour.
DuniNO tho war of 1812 tho merchants
of Mt. Sterling woro accustomed to sell
ono grain of corn for nine-pence, and
then give to tho buyer a half pint of
whisky. This practico was so general
that a correspondence was opened with
tho Governor of Kentucky with a viow
to devising means to suppress it.
Tho grand jury reported tho following
indictments beforo their discharge Tuesday,
Tho commonwealth of Kentucky vs.
Ed. Threlkold, vagrancy; same vs. John
Parker, vagrancy; eamo v. Honry Bush
and Bill Green, unlawful gaming ; same
vs. Wm. Thoraas, colored, keeping a disorderly
houso; same vs. Wm. Smith,
colored, same offense; samo vs. Charles
Hhepherd, carrying concealed, a, deadly
weapon; samo vs. L. G. Auxior, suffering
a game at which money Ac. is won
and lost, to bo played on his promises ;
same vs. Jerry White, colored, wilfully
and maliciously cutting another with intent
to kill; samo vs. Charles Whaloy,
colored, wilful and malicious shooting
and wounding another; same vs. George
W. Hancock, wilfully and maliciously
shooting at and wounding another with
intent to kill; samo vs. Pros. Lawson,
manslaughter ; samo vs. Elizabeth Bruco
keeping a disorderly houso.
Tho report of the grand jury concern
ing tho public buildings is as follows:
To the Judge of the Mason ( ircvit lourt: We,
the grand Juo, b g leave to respectfully report
Unit wo huvo examined thu Jail, and Hud
it neat and clean, and free from offensive
odors and believe it to be as secure as It Is
possible to make It. Wo examined the new
Jail, and were politely shown through It by
Mr. Chunn,and all its parts were explained
by him. Ho thinks It will be In readiness for
occupancy by tho time of the meeting or the
next Circuit Court. We regard it
constructed, and In every way suited
lor the purposes of a Bate, secure, and
convenient prison. We also examined
the County and Circuit Clerk1 ofllce.
K very thing in both olllees 1 In perfect
order. We were painfully impressed with
tho insecurity of tho records in both olllees
in case of lire. AH the furniture Ju both
olllees Is wooden and of the most combustible
character. The doors to all the presses
are also ol wood. We do most earnestly
the attention of tho proper county ofll
cersto this mutter.
We extend to HherlfT Alexander our thanks
for his courteous and promptatentlou during
our session. Having thoroughly examined
into all the cases brought before us we respectfully
aMc to bo discharged.
Lucikn 8. LurrmcLL, Foreman.
Mr. Honsloy Hawkins has returned
from a visit to Missouri.
Dr. Wm. G. Keith, of Dayton, Ky.,
was in tho city vesterday.
Miss Anna Albert went to Cincinnati
Monday night on the steamer Ohio.
J. Mat. Long was elected sheriff of
Adams county, Ohio, by a handsome majority.
Mr. T. T. Emmons, of East Maysville,
who has been sick for several weeks, is
Miss Mollie Clark, who has been visiting
in Winchester, Ky., returned to
this city Monday night.
Tho Bourbon News says : Miss May
Morgan arrived here last week to attend
tho Visitation Academy.
Mr. S. A. Piper, of Mayslick, accompanied
by his daughter, Miss Mollie, and
niece Miss Anna Clarke, left this morning
on an extended tour through tho east.
They may possibly visit Europe beforo
'1 dickers' Institute.
Tho teacheis of tho public schools of
Masou county will hold their regular
institute in this city, at tho city high
school building on Fiiday and Saturday,
Noyembor 2nd nnd 3rd. Every teacher
in tho public schools in the county is
required by law to be present or be subject
to a forfeiture of certificate.
Special to Daily uullktix.
Bkooksville, Ky., October 10, 1SS3,
Charles Biockman, charged with committing
a rape on tho person of Miss
Gollenstein, at Augusta, had his trial in
tho Circuit court to-day and was adjudged
guilty. He was sentenced to confinement
in tho penitentiary for twenty years.
Misses Sallie Holton, Flora aud Maggie
Bacon have returned home.
W. D. Parry and P. P. Paiker, or Maysville,
visited ' River View" last Sunday.
Mrs. Hiram Carpenter, ot Cane Ridge, is
visiting the family or Mr, J, O. Pickett.
Robeit Perrine lifts a very One hoy. This
accounts for his looking unusually happy.
J. G. Ilicon and a number of his iamlly
have gone toCinclnnatl to .spend several days.
Col. AuderKOU Nelson, ol Washington, P.
O., and Mis. J, M. Stockton, of Maynvllle,
spent Thuifcduy with the family ol Mi. W. C.
Elijah Holton, of Champaign, 111., and M rs.
Garrison Pluclcaid,oi Aberdeen, Ohio, Hient
Sutuiduy with friends in this neighborhood.
Elder Jos. C. Frauk, who has been preach
ing for thoBeusluy Cieek Church forheveral
years, will continue his tei vices through tho
com lug year.
Horn, to tho wife of Wm, Ilamback, n son.
Corn crops ate not very good In this locality.
Tiig Solcer is electing a commodious resi
Samuel Hull was heie Saturday, tho ISth,
W. II, Thomas Is doing a good business hero
in tho dry goods line.
Mises Jennie Curtis and MoHto Gels nro
visiting telatives lieie.
Rurtonvllle Is rapidly improving. Peace
aud hairaony reigns now,
The farmers lieie are nbont through sowing
wheat and cutting tobacco.
S, T. Dodd andS. J, Parson nro erecting a
caniage and buggy manufactory here.
B. A, Hardlmnn has grown a gourd this
year that is six feet aud six inches in length.
Rev. Kilgoro preached hero Friday and
Saturday nights, and Sunday tho church was
B.J.Dodd's law day was largely attended.
He had forty cases on docket, of which some
of them had to belaid over on account of tho
days being so short he could not get through
with all the docket.
Thk " Banner " cannon stovo bold by
Messrs. Eiinew & Allen, is manufactured
by Messrs. Ball, Mitchel & Co., of this
city. It is of handsomo pattern, heavy
castings, possesses tho best heating qualities,
and is second to no other stovo of
tho kind in the market They will be
manufactured largely by Messrs. Ball,
Mitchel & Co., and aro certain to bo generally
used, and popular in this neighborhood.
October 17th, 188.1, nt the residence of M. J.
Phelps, Miss NANNIK L. PHELPS, of Ma-Hon
county, Ky., to Mr. F. 8. MORRISON, of
Flomlng county, Ky.
Corrected daily by G. W, Qkisbl, grocer,
Second Htreet, Alayaville, Ky,
Limestone- 8 7 00
Maysville Family 6 23
Old Gold 7 00
Mason Couuty , 25
Kentucky Mills 6 or
Magnolia, new.. 5 75
But tor, $m 25ca.so
Eggs doss 20
Meal $ peck ,, 20
Molalities, fancy , on
Coal Oil, y gal i0
Sugar, granulated $ tb 10
" A. i it. 10
" yellowlft tb (a9
Comb Honey 15
Stiutued Honey 12)4
HnmH, sugar cured iti 15
Uacon, breakfast It U
Hominy. gallon 20
Ueans ft gal Ion 4
Potatoes $ peck, new 15
MAYHVILLK COL MAItKF.T.
Anthracite at Elovators, pet ton $3.25, delivered.
Youghlosrhcny at Elevators, per bushel He.
Kanawha at Elevators per bushel lie. deli
Potnery nt Elevator, per bushel 9o. de
livero I luc.
We are authorized to announcn that M. F.
MAH3H U a candidate lor the otllce of Muyot
ol tho city or Maydvllleat tho Jauuary election,
We are authorized to announce that HOB-ACE
JANUARY In it candidate for selection
as Mayor ol Maysville, at the ensulin;
We are autlmtlzpd to announce that
LANUIIORNK M. TABU is n CHinlldiiie f..r
theotllceoi CltyCleilt at the ensuing
We are authorized to announce ilmt
UARRYTAYlAm Is a candidate
tlou as City Clerk at the eusuluit Jauuai
For Collector and Treasurer.
Wo are authorized to aim mice that E. E.
PtiAHCK is a candidate fur relKiiion h
Collector nnd Treasurer of Maysville at the
01 suing January elecMon.
Wenieiuuhuilzed to announce Mr. W. W
W ATKINS as n candidate for Marshal at the
ensuing January election, ls.
We ate authorized to announce JaMES
H ASSON, SrM as a candidate for city inaishul
at the Jauuary election. Not one cunt for
electioneering put poe.
We aro authorized to announce that W. B.
DAWSON isacandUlatofortheotnco of City
Marshal, at the ensultu Jauuaty election.
He solicits thehuppoitof Ills friend.
We are nut horlzed to announce that J M ES
REDMOND is a ciudldate lor re-election as
MiuMml of Mayrfvllleat thuensulnt; Januaiy
election. The support ol his li lends Is solicited.
MR. ROBERT W. BROWNING announces
that he Is a candidate lor City Marshal at the
enMiliii! Jauuary election, on Monday
InJauuaiy, l&l. Your Hupport
T To rti,lt lwo rooms turulshed
foV light Addiess Lock
Box 40. olTitft
TTANTED A gofxi canvasser for a
celling book. Oood commissions. Exclusive
teultoiy. WM. OWENS
o 5dtf Rulletlu ofllce.
1?OR SALE We have several good heating
: stoves, six good clocks, a large lot of
chaltH anu lamps; also borne
tlnooillce furniture, Includlug a due lire nnd
burglar proof safe all of which we will sell
very cheap. Call at our factory,
offidlw SULSER, PETRY& CO.
OR SALE A base burning
F stove, good as new. Pi ico S3. at
this olUce. !dlw
OR SALE A good Domestic sewiug machine.
F Inoulieof J. J.McCarthev. ol the
Ut. Cartuel 'bus for pi Ice. aJJtf
RENT Three rooms up stairs in tho
hilck building on tho noithest corner of
third aud Limestone stteets. Apply to S.R.
70R RENT FurulMied fiont room for
tlemen lodgers. Inqulieatthls olllce.
RENT My" two-story brick warehouse,
FOR corner Short and Second stieets.
Size of moms thirty-two by one hundred feet.
Well adapted for grain or tobacco. Apply at
tho Rectoivllle turnpike, ho.
j tweeu tills city and about one mile tho
otherstdeof the Hull Creek toll gate, a ladv's
leather companion. Please xeturu to this
On Sunday, between tho residence of
TOST W. J. Nloholl, on Sutton street nnd
Richardson & Russell's coiner, a gold and
coral breastpin. Please teturn to Mr. Nich-oil
or this onlce and be rewarded.
ttlMvmk ttwl42 AMry
uj msemg&ffivi. m
tyj ?&,Y i ' c
Number 43, Second street, throe doors below
Market street, Maysville, Ky, aplllklly
Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts.
Lewis Vatdkn, Proprietor,
Wm CLOAKS! MmR
On Tacftdftjr, Wed nsda jr, Thursday and Friday,
OCTOBER 16, 17, 18 awtb IS,
:Wo will make a fine display of;
:embraclng all tho new and d est ruble styles in:
We Invite an oxamlnatlou of the same by the Ladles of Mason and adjoining counties.
OSr Measures will be taken and garments mude to order if requlred.tktt
A. R. GLASCOCK & CO.
No. 20, Second Street,
BWrtTEW CASH DRY GOODS HOUSE.
D. IXH Runyon
will offer on Monday, Octoiiej; 8, the following special bargains:
1 0,000 Yards New Style Fancy Prints
full standard quality worth 1 cents ai 0i
HED11LANKKTS 51.50 per pair; better at S2.5U
utU prices. Large and complete assortment
PILLOW (ES, COTTONS CANTON FLANNELS Ai, at the very lowest pi lce. KENTUCKY
JEANS full assortment, SO centn and up. Ladies' Uent's and Children' HOSIERY
and UNDERWEAR in lull assoitmentnt Lower prices than elsewhere.
Ladies' KID Gloves
of reliable raoUiV HOOP SKIRTS CORSETS, JERSEYS and HANDKERCHIEFS, in largo
assortment. Special lotof three-row liemstitcn.
dihes in black mid colored CASHMERES, low
wnrintitfd loglvesatlsfHctlon. STlio attention
quested t thh Male.
A General Request,
tN renane to n erv geMrril leanest we
1 tune ihqu Induced to iu upon the market
11 fuh Hue of the best make ol
which weoIerattoHicediates. Xiedle, Oils
nud Attachments for alt kinds of Muculuo
constantly on hand.
NOTICE. Y'ompetent workman
In theotlke will
ng mnehiiiH piomntly and snlNfatforily,
maUlng them as good as new.
A. WORRIES A HON,
Ent Second btieet, Maysville. Ky.
No, 3, Second Ntioet,
will otTeron and nhr Thursday, October 11
the lollovvtug gioat bargains: One thousand
yaids of heavy, full standard
worth 60 cents ner vanl. for 25 cents, slightly
damaged by water. One thousand yards of
heavy nine ounce Jeans guaranteed all prts
wool tilling nnd made In Kentucky, worth 50
cents per yaru, ior;jo ceuts. iuii auu complete
NEW DRESS GOODS,
at bottom prices. Canton Flannels from fi
cents per yuid to 2i cenis. One thousand
yards of pilutH in good styles nnd fast colors.
n cents per yard. Gent's heavy, all wool Red
TJndetsldrts worth Si 50 each lorSl.m. A lull
lino of new Towels Table Linens Napkins
Jersey Gloves Hodeiy, Uuderweai, Red
Corn torts nnd Blankets. Also a large nnd
well-selected stock or Cloaks In nil the new
stvles Just lecolved from New Yoik. Fifty
pieces of Gingham at 5 cents a yard, oildlm
830,000 FOR 82.
Regular Jlonthly Jriuvln? will
2nd! place In the Masonic. Hall, Ma
sonloTemplo Rulldlng, Louisville, Ky,
A LnMlul Lottery and 1'nir rnMl(rN
chartered by thoLeglhlatuio oi Kv. and twice
declaied U'al by the hltjhet court In the
State. Bond iven to Homy county in the
nm of $100,000 for the piompt payment of all
AReolutlon In Single Number
wri:vory ticket holder ids own sunei visor,
can call out the number on his ticket and see
tho coriespondlim number on the tan placed
in tho wheel lu his piesenco. These drawings
will occur on tho last Thursday of every
mouth. Read the mogultlceut
I Prize W
I Pi le W.W"
1 PrUo 5,00J
2 Prizes 5-.500 each &,0U)
5 Pilzes, 1,11)0 each VWO
3 Prizes S00 each, Approx'u Pi Izes..., 2,700
HPil7H Weach, 1,NW
G Prizes, UM) each " " M
20 Prizes, W0 each 10.00U
im Prlzpv. 100 pach 10.000
200 Prizes, 60 each 10,000
600 Prizes, 20 each . 10,(00
1000 Prizes 10 each 10,000
1,857 Prizes 8110,400
Wliolo Tleketn. 8a. Ifnir TleUetH, 91.
Remit money or bank draft in letter, or
end by express. DON'T SVSD BY RICOIH
TEREI) LETTER OR PO3TOFF10E ORDER,
until iurther uotlco. OrderaofSoand upward
by express can be sent at our own expense
Address all ordois to J. J. DOUGLAS,
eepnd&wly Louisville, Ky.
cents, others at 5 cents. Teu-quarter WHITE
per pair up. White. Bed and Gray Dlanketd
01 brown and bleached
all Jinen. zi cents, worm iony cents, aueciai
priced DRESS GOODS Just received. Wear-
o'f close CASH BUYERS is earnestly re-
Residence, Old Jail and Cages.
order of the Court of Claims of Mason
BY County, we will sell on
SATURDAY, Oct. 27, 1883,
at 2 p. in. on the premises, on southeast corner
of Mniket and Fouith streets, Majsvllle.
Ky., to the highest bidder, the old lull
prnpei iv, HicluUlug the loldwice and lot,
Jail building and wall and all thecals, lion
cells, Ac. &c. Said piopeity will be sold as an
litlietvoi In separate pa ret K Terms of sale:
One third cash In hand ami the balance In
lxnndtwele months wlih liiteiest.
to he given December I, ISM, or as soon
aS the iujw Jail and residence N completed,
UARRirrrs. w all,
olOtlAwtd Chaluiuu Of Jail Committee,
CO NPBCTIONBR Y,
Fiult,Flsh,Ac, R.F. HEMINGWAY fc CO.'S
TO. DAWS PRICKS.
FAVORITE, qu irtc.ins 'HX)
ANCHOR, siundurd, quart cans :V5
HELElT, quart caus 40c
N. Y. HADDLK ROCK, quart cans ,0o
HULK, pel quait Wo
FISH....!. 5, 8 and lOo
MASON CIRCUIT COTRT.
John C.Tate and , ln.. nAMin!1 ex
FmncisC. Tate.hlswife. Pm
Notice Is hereby Riven that John C. Tate,
and Francis C. Tate, his wile, Med lu the
deck's ofllce of tho Mnsnn county court, on
the Oth day of October, 1881, a petition askltiR
that thy said Francis C. Tute bo empowered
by the said court to act as a feme sole, with
nil the rights, privileges and immunities provided
by Sec. 0, of article 2. chapter 62, of the
general statutes of Kentucky,
Witness: Ren. D. Parrv, cleik of cald cottit,
tho Oth day of October. 18S3.
obalOt BEN. D. PARRV, Clerk M. C. C,
T)EAK IX MIM) THAT
will stand for mnres fiom October 1, to November
10, at MOSE DAULTON A HRO.'S
Lieiy,SaIe and Feed stables, at $25 to insuie
a maiu in foal. John Huullue Is by Aliuont,
tho leading she of trotter; first dam by
Ihown Chief, the son of Mambriuo Chiei,
second dam by Ilertiand Ac. oSdtt
"TOU SHOULD NOT TAIL
to see the ivoiy rluish CUlton aud Avalou
Oat Meal Sets. Mush and Milk Bets. Pitchers
Vases and other new goods now being displayed
in tho show windows of O. A.
& China Stoie, No. 21, Sutton St. Olw
AM receiving dally the best binnds of Oysters
I which will bo heived in all styles, tor
sale nlfo by the can, half-can or In bulk nt
reasonable prices. T, J. NOLIN,
at IHerley's confectionery stoie, Second St.
CYCLONE in PRICES.
CLOAKS, tho finest In the city. Flannels,
j 124c, 10J .0. and upwards. Ono huudretl
ivTeces ot Indigo Calico, 7c. Glui;hnms.6c ,
bUc. aud 10c. Fitly pieces of Cnshmeie will
be sold at a bargain. Blankets. S1.00, 1,25 and
up to 10. 08I w MRS. A.J.WILLIAMS.
LAND FOR SALE !
be sold to the highest bidder, on Tuesday,
TO October 10, my farm Joining the
fair ground. Also tho laud above the pike.
Terms one-third cash, the balance In one,
two and three years, bearing 8 per cent, interest.
Halo at 10 a.m.
s2lw JUDITH CALVERT,