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THE FINEST IN
DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDW.
rosser & McCarthy,
FRIDAY EVE., SEPT., 23, .1887.
LvmoATIONH " Far Kenhulu fWr
fair, weather, preceded in southern porlibmby
Itght local rains.
Warmer during Saturday."
, Tnbubk your
tobacco with Jno. Duly,
, Hal. 0. Cobban b,as, accepted a posi
tion as clerk at the St. Charles Hotel and
will go on duty nextweek.
, Miss Ada Tiptoe,, of Mt. Sterling,
eloped with Ghaa. Jordan and the couplo
woro married at Lexington.
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A recent protracted meeting at Powers
villo, Bracken County, resulted in forty
two additions to the church.
The total expense of running the. Chil
dren's Homo at Georgetown, 0., for tho
past six months was $1,958.09.
Rev. Russell Cecil returned last even
ing from Covington, where ho had been
attending Ebenezer Presbytery.
Fkesh Norfolk oysters received daily,
30 and 35 cents per quart can.
I have a second-hand buggy that
will soil very cheap for cash.
Thomas J. CnENowKTn.
The Superior Court has affirmed tho de
cision in the case of Barr against Shields,
appealed from the Nicholas Circuit Court.
The St. Charles Hotel and Restaurant,
on Front street, was re-openod yesterday
by W. N. Hoefhch, tho new proprietor.
McDonald's Perfection, the best water
white headlight oil in this market, at 15
cents, at Ghenowetu & Dimmitt'a drug
In the Superior Court tho case of Mark
well against Gray and others, taken up
from Fleming County, has been sub
Capcain Jacob Miller, of this city,
will organize a G. A. R. post at Flemings
burg to-morrow at 1 o'clock, says the Ga
zette, of that place.
Mn. 0. W. Darnall has been at Cov
ington this week as lay delegate from tho
Central Presbyterian Church to tho Pres
bytery of Ebenezer.
Wo are receiving the latest novelties in
fall and winter dress goods and trim
mings, and have them at bottom prices.
Call on Paul Hoeflich & Bro.
Pilei, flstuloe, rupture and
stricture radically cured. Book of partic
ulars, 10 cents. World's Dispensary Med
ical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
Tub case, of Hamilton. against the Car
lisle and Eleasant Springs Turnpike Com
pany, appealed from Nicholas County,
has been affirmed by the Superior Court.
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'-'The Bad Boy" that will appear at Wash
ington Opera House next Tuesday night
carries an exceptionally fine orchestra.
Violin, xylophone and cornet solos. Go
Tns Latonia Jockey Club, of Coving'
ton, has the thanks of Bulletin for a
complimentary to its fall meeting, be
ginning Saturday, October 1st, and end
ing Saturday, October 15th.
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Tns Directors of the Mayo villa .Natural
Gas Company will hold a mooting this
evening at 7 o'clock at the County Clerk's
office, and tho people may learn before
long what is to be done with tho well.
Tub Monumental Association has
woundup its business and made its final
report. The-total receipts were $5,210.77'.
Of this, $3,732 rta paid to Staniland &
Sons for tho monument and tho balanco
for expenses incurred.
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Br the aldjp-f a vrjjndeVful TnBtrumont
recently invented, liauenger flw any eye
with tho proper lens, at once, and with
out extra charge. Go and soo him, and
you will not he worn bkt trying a dozen
or more pair of spectacles.
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, Napoebom Bocknsr; Jk.j pi flherm&h,
Te't abfWd Jjere, yesJeiwS ok to .visit
to-bis grandfather, Daniel McCarthy. He
is a eon of Napoleon Buckner, ex-Mayor
of Sherman, and although but ton years
of age mude the trip by hlmtielf. "
T. J. Nolin left for Paris to-day, whero
he will engage in the restaurant business.
His stand is on Main street, opposite the
court houso, and Maysville people, when
in Paris, will know just where to go to
got a good meal, served in first-class style.
Tho Paris folks will find Mr. Nolin in
every way worthy of their patronage.
Riffb & Taylor, successors to Riffe &
Henderson, have a stock of drugs, medi
cines and chemicals at wholesale and re
tail. Puro wines and liquors. Toilet ar
ticles and stationery of ovory description,
Sponges, chamois, face powders and per
fumes, brushes, c. Your patronage so
licited. Prescriptions filled day and night.
THE LAND! W.
Closing of tho Sosslon at Covington.
Part of tho Proceedings.
The session of tho Ebenczer Presby
tery at Covington closed 'yesterday.
Tho Presbytery embraces a " district
composed of, all.the eastern partofKen-
tucky. The Cincinnati Post sayB : "This
Presbytery includes moat of th,o destitute
parts of the Kentucky mountains. The
reports from tho mountain district were
listened to with great qanestness Tho
work of Mountain Missionary Cooper was
highly commended. .
Progress has characterized he efforts
o; tno Boutborn, Church , in tho .moun
tains. Churches bare been established
at Jackson, Breathitt .County; Irvine,
Estijl County, .and Bpattyvilje,, Owsley
Conjaty- i Efforts; aro being directed to
Morehoad, apd they hope soon to 'enter
upon the jvork there under favorablo au
spices. Thq Hpnle, Missionary Board is
makng a strenuous effort to supply des
titute churches of tho Presbytery.
Revs. E. H. Rutherford, of Paris, and
Russell Cecil, of this city, wore appointed
to conduct the foreign missionary meet
rVig at the next spring session of the Pres
bytery. The Committee on General Assembly
reported action of that body enjoining
more strict and general observance of
the Sabbath, more Sabbath school work,
religious services in tho iamiiy, adjust
ment of the Book of Church order so as
to harmonize with tho actions of that
body, allowing the Ruling Elder to act as
During tho session an address was de
livered by Rev. W. R. Laird on the pres
ent abuses of Sabbath-schools, andi their
corrections.. , Address of ). G. Lord on
"Teachers' Meeting, Its Importance, and
How to Conduct It." An address by
Dr. Rutherford op "The Superintendent
and his Qualiflcatiops." Tho " Question
Box," waa conductod by Rev. Russell
Notice to tho Indies.
Having just returned from Cincinnati
after making a personal selection of fine
millinery and notions of the latest styles
for the fall and winter Beason, I respect
fully ask you to call and examine stock.
There will bo an oyster and ice cream
supper for the benefit of the Christian
Church at Minerva, Ky., on Thursday
evening, September 29, 1887. The ladies
of the church will endeavor to make this
an epicurean as well as a social success.
All are cordially invitod to come and
spend a pleasant evening and help in a
worthy cause. Good music.
A party who.ishere from Phcenix'ville,
Pa., offered to mako a bet within the past
day or so that, if living,he would bo nt
this place within four years from now
helping to build a bridge across tho Ohio
river. Wo might add that Phoenix
villo is the homo of the Phcenix Irov
and Bridge Company. Wo understand
that the party who wanted to make the
bet is an employe of said company.
The Columbus and Maysville Railroad
may be built some of these days.
Death of Miss Ella Crum.
A telegram was received here yester
day announcing tho death of Miss Ella
Crum at Ashevillo, N. 0., tho day before.
The deceased was about eighteen years
of ago, and was the eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Crum who removed
from this city last spring. She had spent
several years in this city, and was loved
and admired by her largo circle of friends.
.Miss Cfum had been at Ashevillo the
past summer teaching music, and was
meeting with success. Her remains
woro interred at that place yesterday
MTho Bad Boy."
Hardy & Young's oxcollent company,
supporting Phil S. Greiner and the Mel-
yiileisters, Ida,, Rose, aijdJjtJUi Em will
preeent the above Jaughable Jour-act
comedy, with Phil Greiner in the title
role, at Washington Opera Houso next
Xueaday eypnjng The- company wijl
play-at Portsmouth, 0., tho evening 'be
fore their appearance horo, and the Trib
une says :
"The Melville slutoru are well known to
Portsmouth aufllonces, having flayed ,a very
qaccessiul week'n engagement here lost season
to the satisfaction and delight of all. Mr.
Greiner, also, Is well known to Portsmouth
play-Boors, having been bora on several occa
sions before. Mr. Harry Elardv, the popular
cornet soloist, will appear In a choice selec
tion of solos, for whlob ho has gained a name
among tbe first In tho long list of American
cornotlsts. Of the play Itself, we can say that
no more laughable comedy will be scon In
our city this season. While It abounds with
humor a well directed and interesting plot Is
carrlod out, and In tho hands of this company
wo assure onr readers of a good orenlngs en
Charles Greenwood, of tho Paint
Store, Zweigart's Block, has been awarded
the contract for painting James M. Mitch
ell's handsomo new reeidonce in tho vi
cinity of Mayolick. Tho building wni uo
ready for tho brush in a low days.
H. MEANS7 $3.00
Charles Mehaqan, of Chicago, and
Miss Virgie Kelly wore married Wed
nesday at tho hdmo of Hon. G. 0. Lock
hart, a brother-in-law of the bride, at
At Paris, two of James Grinnell's chil
dren, both very young, were playing doc
tor the other evening, when each was
given some seed of tho Jimson weed.
They were in a critical condition at last
Tub marriage of Robert 0. Owens and
Miss Julia Vooil is announced to take
place on tho 5th of next month. Tbe
groom to be is tbe oldest sort of Colonel
and Mra. Frank 8. Owens, of this city.
Miss Wood is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George Wood, of Washington.
No one seems to know what is to bo
done with the gas well. S. S. Ramsey,
who sunk tho well, arrived at the Euro
pean Hotel last night. He saw R. W.
Evans, the contractor, at Cincinnati this
week, but ho doesn't know what is to bo
done whether the well is to be sunk any
deeper or not.
The Mason County Building and Sav
ing Association has decided to open its
Beventh aeries of stock. The series will
begin the first Saturday of October.
Books for tho subscription of stock are
now open at George T. Wood's drug store,
tho Bank of Maysvillo and at J. James
Wood's drug store.
Lewisruro presented a very animated
appearance yesterday, it being regular
court day, with 'Squire Isaac Mcllvaine
presiding. The docket was a pretty good
one. Several closely contested cases. The
following attorneys were in attendance :
George, W. Sulser, ThomaB R. Plaster,
Clarence L. Salleo and L. W. Galbraith.
Rev. Jere Withe-ipoon, a former pastor
of the Presbyterian Church of fflis city,
tpok part in the recent Constitution il
Centennial at Philadelphia. At the con
clusion of President Cleveland's mMresa,
Mr. Witherspoon pronounced tho bene
diction that closed the interesting exer
cises. He is now a resident of Nashville,
Henry Egler will not sue the town of
Flemingshurir for damages for the fatal
accident that happened to his family at
that place a few weeks ago. It will bo
remembered that Egler'a wife a sister
of the Pugh brothers in j here for safe
keeping was instantly killed by a balky
team backing a wagon over an embank
ment at that place. His children, who
were also in the vehicle, wero somewhat
injured by the accident. Egler has ac
cepted $23 as a full discharge of all claims
for any damages which he might have
against the town.
George Walters, the boy who was
shot at Morehead the other day by young
Tolliver, was still living at last accounts,
but his physician has no hopes of his re
covery. A party writing from Morehead
says: "The belief is that the boy was shot
on purpose, because h, is father had faken
aij active part in having Hiram Pigman
cleared. Tolliver's two boys and Pete
Dillon's boy each had pistols. There will
be some investigations made. The two
Tolliver boys are aged respectively ten
and twelve and Dillon fifteen years.
Some of 'the people of Catlettsburg are
on their par at the rather high-handed
way in which Mr. 0. P. Huntington or,
wore correctly, tbe Elizabetntowa, Lex
ington and Big Sandy Railroad Company
is frying to rpn things np there. By the
provisions of tho ordinance granting the
Company tho right of way through that,
town, tho grading was not to exceed one
foot above the Jevel of the street. In face
or thfa tho company made tho"grado four
feel above the street. .The town council
has taken hold of tho matter and has,
passed an ordinance calling upon tho
Smpatly Jo feducQthegrado,of hj road
tbe'lovbf required by the original or
dinance. A penalty of five dollars a day is
attached fpr each day the company
allows Jho grade to remain at the present
National League Games, Soptembor
22nd: At Detroit Detroit 0; Now
York 0; at Indianapolis Indianapolis 2,
Association Games, September 22nd:
At pincipuoti Cincinnati 0, St. Louis 0,
at Baltimore Baltimore 0, Mots G.
Mrs. James Ennis returned, yesterday
from a visit to friends at Newport.
Miss Delia Hnnloy has returned from
a visit of sovoral week at Frankfort.
Jsaaq Young, of Adams. County, Ohio,
is v,i?itng his uncle, James Woodworth,
of Forest ayonue.
Miss Hattio K. Owens, of Crab Orchard
Farm, returned last night from an ex
tended visit at Council Bluffs, Denver
nd other points in tho West.
Mrs. Mary Norm and children, of Cin
cinnati, who have been spending several
weeks wi(h friends in this city and
county, roturnod homo yesterday.
SHOES, AT HONAlff'S; TRY A PAIR.
Most Excellent. i
J. J. Atkins, Chief of Police, Knoxville, '
Tenn., writes: "My family and I are
beneficiaries of your most excollent medi-1
cine, Dr. King's New Discovery for con-'
sumption ; having found it to bo all that
you claim for it, desire to testify to its i
vittue. My friends to whom I have re
commended it, praiso it at every oppor
Dr. King's Now Discovery for con
sumption is guaranteed to cure coughs,
colds, bronchitis, Asthma, croup and
every affection of throat, cheat and lungs.
Trial bottles Iree (Latge size $1.00), at
tho Drug Stores of J. 0. Pecor & Co., and
S. P. Campbell & Co., of Aberdeen Ohio.
, You aro feeling depressed, your,ap-
Eetito is poor, you aro bothered with
eadacho, you are fidgety, nervous and
generally out of Borts, and want to brace
up. Braco up, but not with stimulants,
spring medicines, or bitters, which haye
for their basis very cheap, bad whisky,
and which stimulate you for an hour,
and then leavo you in worse condition
than before, what you want is an
alterative that will purify your blood,
Btart healthy action of liver and kidneys,
restore your vitality, and give renewed
health and strength. Such a medicimoj
you will find in Electric Bitters, and only
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uu iciiio u uuiuo a, uiu urug Hiureti uij.
0. Pecor & Co., and S. P. Campbell &
Co., of Aberdeen Ohio. I
Saved His Lire.
Mr. D. I. Wilcox80ii, of Horso Cave,
Kv , says he was, for many ye irs, badly
afflicted with phthisic, also diabetes ; the
pains were almost unendurable and
would sometimes almost throw him into '
convulsions. Ho tried Electric Bitters
and got relief from first bottle and after
taking six bottles, waa entirely cured,1
and had gained in flesh eighteen pounds. .
Says ho positively believes he would '
have died, had it not been for the relief
afforded by Electric Bitters. Sold nt
fifty cents a bottle by J. C. Pecor & Co.,
and S. P. Campbell & Co , of Aberdeen
Trv Lnngdnn'R Citv Butter Crackers. '
Having determined to go West, I offer, for the next sixty
days, my entir? stock of
Dry Goods at Cost!
and a great many articles at a much less price. Now is your
opportunity. Come and get your Fall goods. Special bargains
Show Oases, Ribbon Cases, and one long Table at a bar
gain. This is no policy dodge, but a real close-out.
W- W. HOLTFQJKT.
Jewelers, No, 43 Second street,
days special inducements in
Solid Silver Knives, Forks and
elegant stock. Qome and look.
resented. Do not forget the place :
MS-BEST IN THE WOHLDm
Dongla Top, and every
We are how receiving our Fall and Winter stock, and are
shoving very desirable lines of Dress Goods, Notions,
FLANNELS, JEANS, BLANKETS, ETC.
Our stock of Linens and Domestics, as usual, is the Isrgest and
best assorted in tho city. Cash buyers should not fail to see
our stock, as wo can and will save you money. Remember our
prices aro always the lowest.
BROWNING & CO.,
No. 3 East Second Street,
School booka and school supplies upon
most favorablo terras, at G. W. Blatter
man & Co's. -
The latest styles of wall paper and ceil
ing decorations, at J. C. Pecor & Co.'s
drug and book store.
See our cheap counter. Our lot of fine
and cheap cassi meres, for men and boys, at
cost, to close out W. W. Holton.
Examine pur fall display of carpets,
ru!8, etc ; now designs and lowest prices
in the citv. Paul HosPLicn & Bro.
Most attractive store In town in "Cox
Building." Fine old wines and liquors
ioi medical purposes. Pure drugs,
Toilnt Articles in great variety .
This powder never varies. A marvel of pu
rity, strength and wholesomness. More eco
nomical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot
bo sold In competition with the mullltudo of
low test, short welgtit, nlura or phosphate
Fowders. Hold only In cans. ROYAL, BAK
MO POWDEH UO . 1C0 Wall St., New York.
will offer for the next thirty
Spoons. Wo have a large and
All goods warranted as rep
Lame's old stand.
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