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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, EVE."jANr2J, 1885.
The Legislature of Indiana has passed
a bill prohibiting Sunday baeo ball.
W. M. F.vakts has been nominated for
United States Senator by the Now York
On account of the high railroad rates
to Now Orleans many visitors to tho exposition
go by river.
The Democrats of Indiana have nominated
Hon. Dan Vorhees for United
States Senator and tho Republicans ex-Governor
Dukino December 13,022 immigrants
arrived in tho United States, making a
total for the calondar year of 1884 of
-453,083, against 500,190 during tho previous
Gkorqb Fhabuki:, a bar tender, has
been arrested at Oatlettsburg for attempting
to assassinate Capt. Thomas D.
Maroum, editor of the Kentucky Democrat,
lie was released on $300 bail.
Tun roller skating craze throughout
tho United States has reached such an
alarming pitch, and the demand so far
exceeds the supply, that millions of dollars
are now invested in this now enterprise.
Tiik late Captain J. N. Williamson was
at one time Captain and owner of tho
W. I Thompson, Mattio Roberts, tho
three Emma Grahams, Hudson, Pittsburg,
Chesapeake, Ilibernia and was
part owner of several other boats.
Tin: minora in regard to serious difficulty
in the New Orleans Exposition are
said (o be without foundation. All tho
money needed to make it a success, it is
announced from New Orleans, will bo
raised without difficulty. Tho attendance
is growing largor daily.
Tim following is from tho Richmond
Vu.) Stato: "Just before tho war, while
Mr. E. Richardson was proprietor of
tho wharfboat at Vicksburg, ho was
aroused from sleep one night by Captain
Spotts, of the steamer Eclipse. The
The Captain introduced him to Major V.
T. Sherman, now General Sherman, who
was in command of the " regulars " being
transported from tho Baton Rougo Arsenal
to the northern sido of tlje line.
Major Shernnn said : " Mr. Richeson, I
had you waked up to ask if you would
lie kind enough to take charge of tho
corpse of one of my men and have tho
body decently intend!. "
Mr. Kieluwon told him ho would. He
then asked the Major what ho thought
of tho situation. " Do you think there
will bo war, Major?"
Major Siierinun suid : " Mr. Richeson,
1 am afraid there will be trouble," and
then ho added (in substance), "Ihao
Rpent many years in the South, where I
have received only tho kindest treatment,
and before I would tight against those
pcoplo I would lose my light arm."
" Mr. Richeson says ho wonders, now
that General .Sherman is publishing somo
of his Southern notes, if he has forgotten
the interview of that night."
Tho Now York World, in referring to
tho above statement, says: If there is
any further evidence in tho support of
this statoment tho United States Senate
should bo empowered to send for papers
and persons, including Richeson nnd
.Sherman. As n mere matter of personal
history it would bo interesting to know
iiow Major Sherman came to change his
mind, and instead of losing his ri;lit arm,
to save both arms, both legs and quite a
comfortable fortune. While the Senate
is engaged in washing the dirty linen of
a quarter of a century ago Sherman's
might as well bo brought into tho national
laundry, and for any additional oxponse
that may bo incurred Sherman's brother
John h abundantly able to furnish tho
The preparations for tho cold weather
in tho Nnrthwi'Ht urn n mirnrinn tn vis.
itors. Fur coats and caps are tho rulo for
everybody; tho houses liavo duplicate
sets "of windows, with a few inches of
air between ; the stoves aro of onormouB
mj;o, often reaching nearly to tho ceiling,
and such u diversion as sleighing is
scarcely known, as nobody thinks of
upending timu out of doors for fun in
Hid) Ingorsoll's Rig Fee.
I St. Louis
While ex-Senator Dorsey was bora in
attendance at tho cattle convention ho
was asked one day how much ho paid
Hob Ingnrsoll for his defense in tho Btar
route trials. "Well," naid ha, "it was
very curious how that was done. From
tho beginning to tho en I of tho trial In-scroll
novnr anko 1 mo for a dollar. Ono
tay, after I had been acquiittod on tho
second trial, 1 mt lugersoll and I asked
him how much I owed him. llo at first
declined to talk about it, saving ho had
no churgo to mnko and ho didn't euro if
Ik eril, u i'hiiI. 1 iiel;wl liim to
walk a few wjuaios with me, and wo went
to n safe deposit building. I unlocked
my box, nnd took out a four par cent
tiovornmeni nonu lor 3iuu,uuu ana gave
it to him. lie put it in his pocket and
wo walko 1 awav, and have not referred
i) llio H'jbjcit sine
PASSED TO HIS REWARD.
Death of Hon. 1 liunon Hull, tho Old Uv
ofgulman r. Chase.
Cincinnati, Jim. 31. The Hon. Flamen
Ball tiled at his homo In Glondalo. Tho members
of tho bar, tlw old citizens of tbo stato
nnd tho public In genoral will bo pained to
bear of hisdoatb. He was tho law partner
of Salmon P. Chaso, late chief justice of the
Unltod States, and was himself ono of the
prominont lawyers of Ohio and distinguished
mon of tho country.
Hon. Flnmon Bull wag born In New York
city, Janunry 5, lbW, aud was tho only son of
Flaratm Ball, nn eminent lawyer of that pines
and n lineal descendant of Allan Ball, who,
In IB43, was ono of the founders and proprietors
of tho colony of New Huron. In 1B32
Mr. Ball romovod to Cincinnati with his wlfo
Evelina, youngest daughter of Capt. 8amuol
In 1838, having adopted his father's profession,
be formed a law partnership with tho
Hon. Salmon P. Chase, who ultimately became
chlof Justlco of the Unltod Btatos. This
partnership continued for over twonty years,
during which time tboy acquired a national
reputation as attorneys of profound ability,
and the sterling qualitlos that go to mako tho
On the accession of Abraham Lincoln to
the presidency, Mr. Chaso was appointed district
attorney for tho southorn district of
Ohio. On the passago of the bankruptcy law
in 1807, Mr. Chase, tho chlof Justlco, appointed
Mr. Ball register in bankruptcy,
which ofllco he continued to hold until tho
repeal of the law.
He was a forciblo and eloquent advocate,
caroful and attentive to tho management of
tho causes iutrusted to him. Ho wag greatly
estoemod for his social as well as professional
qualifications aud for the support he gave to
works of u public character. In 181 he lost
his first who by death, and in lbTIi ho wus
asain married to Etiz ibotb II. Parmloo, of
Brooklyn, '. Y.
It is only n few years ago that tho deceased
moved to Ulondnlo.
Judge Hall voluntarily retired from tho
practice of the law about six mouths ago,
and an old battered signs with the words,
"3. I'. Chaio aud F. Ball, Attornojs at Lw,"
still hangs in tho stairway at No. 8 East Third
street, utid Is tho only memento that remains
of the onco famous partnership.
THE EXPOSITION TROUBLES.
Mrs. Jtillu "Ward Howe's Complaint to tho
United States Commissioners.
New Orleans, Jan. 2t Tho Unitod
States Commissioners to tlid exposition hold
a secret meuting on Monday. Mrs. Julia
Ward Howo, cbiof of tho department for
women's work, presented a long communication
tho Bubstnnco of which was that of tho
sum of $50,000 appropriated for lior
department kIio had not been ablo
to got moro than f3,'J0J from tho
management and in consequence sho
had befau foivod to curtail her original
designs for tho exhibit, aud had been driven
to tho necessity of paying hor own expousos,
including board bills and railroad fares for
herself and her assistants. Her landhdy was
threatening to distrain her goods and chattels
for board bills. Mrs. Howo nsked tho commissioners
to interfere in her behalf. They
nt onco addressed a vigorous protest to
tho management and domandod an accounting
of Mrs. Howo's appropriation.
It is believed tho' management is in
no position to meet tho demand, nnd that if
tho comnut.iionerH make an unfavoinblo report
to congress tho result will be to throw
tho exposition into tho hands of a receiver or
other ugenC for the government. Tho threatened
btrike of tho exposition workmen which
was to huvo occurred Mouduy was aveitod
by tho payment of ten per cent, on account
of back wages aud a promise of further payments
within a few days.
ISulUilo's Unbulaneed Jloolis.
Bui'FAi.0, Jau. 21. Mayor Soovillo hct
iint to the board of aldermen n report of the
ixnmluatiou of tho books in tho comptroller's
aud treasurer's departments. He said the
books of the departments had nover been
balanced since ISi 1. Tho differences variod
from flvo cents up to thousands of dollars.
Tho report doelures that this is probably the
first, attempt to make a trial balance of the
books in tho treasury department The
comptroller and treasurer have adopted a
system of keeping the books so that they
will hereafter bo kept in porfoct accord.
New Yoiik, Jan. 21. Capt. Pholan, who
was blabbed eleven times with a bowlo knife
by Richard Short, was ablo to sit up in bod
in tho Chambers street hospital, and get
shaved by a barber. To tho president of tho
hospital society ho said ho was fooling first
ialt, aud beliuved ho was surprising tho
All DaiiRur Past ut
1'irrsiiuiui, Jan. 'Jl. Tho danger of flood
is pAsU The water in both rivers is receding,
Uu. navigation on the Allegheny river cau
no., be lesuuiod because it is Tho
channel is also full of ice, and tho
is hugging the zero line. Tho railroads,
which have been great sulferors by tho washouts,
uio now in tull operation.
Stillwater, Minn., streot railroad asks for a
Dlseusod wiusago killo.l Ltbby Robinsou ut
The lino stallion, Gen. Oreono, valued nt
$15,000 is dead.
Signal horvlco has organized a balloon corps
Indiana legislature has ma.de n law prohibiting
Sunday base ball.
Ten thousand Fa., miners accept
a cut of ton ier cent.
Archbishop Gibbons, of Baltimore, will b
uiado a cardinal in May.
Tho pines will be cut oil! the site of And en
souvillo prison so that It may bo scon.
The totul loss by lire at tho Bay State
nigur rellnury, Boston, is estimated at J3.'J5,
Tho president has nominated Carroll D.
Wright, oi Uoulon, as commissioner of labia
The iuth of llovon IlevcJl nt Loulsvillu
Friday mo'iiing hut was an aoouloiit utid not
Seventeen bodies liavo been recovered
from thrt ruins of the iiuuus hospital at ILau
Dr. BiHumtnn, of unsavory Phitadelphli
diploma fauUny ruput, is at his old trielu
Ciirfhlc r Meech and Assistant Cashier Webb
of Urn of Norwich, Coun.
wer. ai'i i ! by Unite 1 States M irshul ICin
nev f. r ml iiUng from tho bank's f juds.
'rigor Hunting In North Carolina.
Raleigh, N. C, Jan. 21. Some mon hunting
on Black rlvor, in Croat Swamp, Pondes
county, nar tho South Carolina line, klllod
a black tiger six feet long. Tho animal died
bard, after killing two dogs, and ono of tho
hunters had a narrow escape. Anothor tiger
of tbo samo species aud of equal size has
boon killed in Sampson county. It had klllod
n cow, soveral snoop and a colt. It is believed
that theso tigers aro tboso which escaped
from Robinson's circus near
Va , last summer.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL,
Latest Quotations of tho Stock, Produce
und Cuttle SlurkeU.
Hkw Yobk, Jan. 20. Money 3 per cent. Exchange
dull but llrm. Governments Arm.
Alt. oc Terns Haute. 20 Morris & Kssox. ..119
lJur. & Uuinoy MK Missouri 1'ttdllc.
Cuiiada t'aeinc. . N. Y.Jt Erie.... .. "s
Canada Soutnern .. !W N. Y. Central.... .. bd
Central l'auillc . .. 33i Northwostcrn ..
Chicago j; Alton . 131 1'acUlcMaU... A
C, C, Oil.. .. . ill 1 lock Inland 107U
Del. X Hudson .. .. W St. 1'aul TBU
Del. Lack. .. W. tit. V. JC.S. 0 2ijj
llluiois Central. do preferred. ... US
Jersey Central... . !li Texas &wclUo.... U:
Kansas & Texas ltf U. 1'aclllo 4Ut
Lake Shore OV.'i West.. Union 878
Liouisvuie Nash. "J; .4 Nash, i Chat 33
Cincinnati, Jan. $ 1MS;
WHEAT No. 2 ltJd, 8Cc: No. 3, MJ&Slc.
COilN No. 2 mixed, il'o; No. 8, 414Ci ear, 43a
OATS No. 2 mixed, &j$4iy22', No. 2 white, 31
RYE No. 2, 07c.
S5C5Sc: fall, C5(Se.
812pl2.23j regular, $12,253
BACON Shoulders, Wfy&ia; short clear sldo3,
CHEESE Prime to choice Onio, 10 3d lo; Nor
York, 12;si0l.i;ic; Northwestern, 7jb'te.
POULTHY Kair clilckeus, 82.002.50; prime,
?2.7C(S(3.2."; duekn, JJ.25; geese, 3.00(iJ5.0J
jier do.; live turkeys. 7,'a'iSoj dressed, ll'Uc
HAY No. 1 timothy, 511.5012.00; No. 2, $10.50
(njll.00; mixed, $i.50plu.00j wheat and ryo straw,
g(J.0U7.0u; oats straw, 8.U0i.O0.
New Yoiik, Jan. 20. WHEAT No. 1 white,
Dic;No. 2 ix-d,
COUN Mixed western, M)iJ33ac; futures, 503
62,' 4c. Oats Western, !MK$3Uo.
Nkw Oiilkans, Jan. 20. SUUAU Reflnlng, common,
avlo; Inferior, aijJ'ijc; choice white,
y4c; oil white, SlvvSc; choice yellow, 4;4sO.
MOLASSES U00J fair, 2S2'Icj prime, 30jpJ3cj
choice, 41c; centrifugal, prime, 202Sc; fair 18c,
Uktkoit, Jan. 20. WHEAT No. 1 wliite, SUo;
No. B red, 77cj Michigan soft red, bSc
Tolkdo, Jmi. 20. WHEAT No. tf, 80,'ic, No. 2
Cincinnati, Jan, 20. CATTLE 'iaod lo choice
butchers', $1.25,s3; fair, $4.503.23; common, $2(3
2.78 jstoekers and feeders, JJ.75ai.00;ye.rUugsaud
HOOS-Selected butchers, $1.0591.80; fair to
good packing, $l.40ftH.05; fair to good light, $4.25
(4.70; coiuinon, $3.tH,20; culls, $3iW.75.
SHEEP Couunon to fair, good to
choice, $.l.50i$l.23; weathers, $J..HJi3. Lambs,
common, Siliio.?.'!; good, $l(grl.75.
CuiCAdo, Jan. S.U Ut fjood, $1.30y
4.(10; mixed packing, $4.35'1.55; choice lieavy,
A MV WHO RUFKCRHI) MKVTAL A.I
1MIVSICAI. AGONY UIGIIT VUAP.S
Mental ncjonv U dreadful, but when l!nt
and p. 1vijic.1l ailment combine, it is sim T.y
liM'riblc. Sucb was tbo condition ot Ci j.i.
W. Framnton, of HunliugU n, W. 'u.,
for eight years. 1 lo was a luitTcrcr of necroses
that is, the lc; nt the uuU!.'.
was inflamed and m.u tiltoil, Inch cmiii I
running bores. He s.i: "Pieces of boi.e
the size of a hilver thiec cent piece cirne
out of the sores on my letf.
lrom the sores was almost continual, nnd
I was unable to walk. For eitflit years I
have been doctoring. I had been under
the treatment of a physician at Newpor,
Ky., for a j car; another nt Turlington, O.,
attended me for three years. and a doctor
here at II u ntiimdon worked with me for
a long time. None of them did me any
good, and they all finally baid rav case
was hopeless. A few months ago I commenced
trying Pkhuna, and now I am
well. I can walk as good as anybody,
and have perfect iic of my limbs.1'
Mr. Alf. Lusk, Woostcr, Ohio, writes:
" Dr. IIaiitman, Columbus, O. I have
been a great sufferer from that dreaded
disease, chronic catarrh of the stomach.
I have thoroughly tried your Manalin,
nnd it has done me more good ten-fold
than nil the doctors prescriptions, and I
have used legions of them.
Mr. Edgar Harte, Smcltzcr P. O., Elk
county, Pa., writes: ' I have bought several
bottles of your Peruna, and find it
to be of great benefit. I also gave it to
6omc of my friends; they experienced
the same result."
Mr. L. R. Wollen, 41; and 47 Ross
6trcct, Pittsburgh, Pa , writes: " 1 am taking
Pbuuna with good results, and can
highly recommend it to nil. I have applied
"at the different drug stores for one
of your books. They claim they have
none on hand at present. Please do me
the favor to send me one."
W. W. Russell, druggist, Canonsbtirg,
Pa., writes: I handle your medicine,
Pkruna. I have Fold immense quantities
of it, and consider it a staple article. I
have a great many customers who think
there is no medicine like it for a tonic or
for building up the system. I recommend
it as it safe and reliable remedy."
Calista Fishul, Malvern, Ohio, writes :
"I take pleasure fn recommending the use
of Peruna and Manai.in to any one
nfllicted with any form of lung or bronchial
trouble. I have been foi some time
afflicted with a very troublesome cough,
but a few bottles of Pkruna entirely
!r L. TRAYSER,
Manufacturer nud Uealor In nrstclaBs.
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T .1. Mct'Alt'UJKY, l.icriiheU nncMonrn
t) . lor nnd ndloiuinu comities,
left ni fi.p BUI. LiTiH onieo will re lve
pTomj' atti'uilon. I' O.uddrow ML ( urmel
UKO. a ROSSER.
M. J. MCCARTHY.
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Offlco and rwhlonco White Block, corner
Third and Llmostono street. (JWlj)
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pACIi B. ANBKRHON,
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Office Open at all Uour. MAYSVILLB, KJ
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l'osts nud Hearth Stones on hand. No. 6
west Second street, Mnysvillo. 19apl ly
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The Boss Waltbam Watch Store. All work
Sromptly and satisfactorily done. Secoud
treet, east of Mnrket. opiSklly
pAUli 1IOKFMCII b UKO.,
Dry Goods and Notions.
Lodles' Misses and Children's CLOAKB a
specialty. No. 32, Market street.
LOUISVILLE COTTON and GRAIN EXCHANGE
Chicago Markets received every ton
Orders taken for LOU) bushels nnd upwards.
Ofllco: Cooper's building Second St.
C II. OIiIIMAK,
Sanitary Engineer. Gas and Steam-fitter.
Dealer In plumber's goods, Pumps, Hose,
Sower I'lpen, Load and Iron Pinlni!. Steam
and Wnter Gauges. No. 8 west Second htroot,
oppoflto Gelsol'K grocory,
apHdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
T V. (iAI.IIUAITII,
ATTOKNVY AT LAW,
Street, Xear. Court Jloiue,
Formerly occupied by Coons & Bailee,
w Alii. & WOUTJIIXGTON,
f aAnilRTT H. WALL,
K. 1. WOl.THINOTOH,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
Will practice In all courts In Mason nnd adjoining
counties nud In tho Superior Court
Und Court of Appeals. All collections glvon
prompt attentlou. novHilAw
T AW tlAKD.
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SALLEE &. SALLEE,
ATTORNEYS at IL.A.W,
Insurnnco and Real Estato Agontfl, Mays
vllle, Ky. Bsaiy
C3IAI.I. A IRKSKL,
Mon'sand boys' Clothing mnde to order in
the latest stylo at reasonable p rices. All kinds
ofClothlng cutaud titled Satisfaction guar-
nuteed. Secoud story of tbo Zoch building,
Market street. B8dlr
oDOUULK A UOI.TON
cheapest Htock of Mlsafs nnd Children's
WRAPS ever brought to Maysvlllo, from a
JERSEY at 91 to a very lino Russian CIRCULAR,
Newport or Plush JACKET at J50. Our
stock Is complete In every department and
prices ut their bottom
MODOUGLE A HOLTON
TITISH ANNA YRAZAR,
NO KELTY STORE.
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS.
i nnvo niways on lmnd a full tpply of
Honooi books, nnd nnvo Just receive uu largo
nasonmeui oi new muunory goods.
jyTONK RAVI.TON A HMO.,
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full lino of nil kinds of vehlolcs on hand
forRale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by
lay, weak or month. Largest and host appointed
Livery Stable In tho west. Prices as
low as any. Best altoutton tovohlclesstoied.
Telephone connection. No. 40 and 4S! west
SocondHt., aril'dly MAYHVILLK.KY.
8ISSET, McCLANAHAN & SKEA,
(Huccomnra to Coopor ft Bissot,
OonlorH In Nlove,HiiKeM,UnrlljKrl
SIitiitolH.uud mitiiuliietiiroru ofTJu,
:ojiiur mitt Shoot I iron
Bnoolal attention paid to tin roofltug.euttnr
md Hpoutl'iR. Practical plumbers, ga nnd
rtoani nttoiB. Wrought iron and load pipes,
o. All work attended to promptly and
n E. Second ht nWly MAYSVILLE, KY