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THS1 FINEST IN TgB LAND! W. H, MEANS' $3.00 SHOE 3, AT HO NT A 5 ; T7 A PA.T3,
1'AlLY KVhNlNii BULLETIN.,
DIU EXCEPT SUNDAY.
rqsser & McCarthy,
TttBSDAV. KV.ENfo, NOV . 8- 4X87.
Ik'diction8! " For Ohio; tlighUy colder,
fayrjveatJter.. For Kentucky and West Vir
ginia; colder, fair weather "
0. Siiultz Leach in on the nick Hat.
Try Robinson & Co 's Ketinod Pearl
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Honby syrup new buckwheat Cal
houn's. TnHKB are forty miles of railroad in
Rev. A. E. BonuiNO,.of Corinuton, was
in town yesterday.
.Sbjutok Wokthinoton left on tk-o noon
train to spend a few days in Cincinnati.
Tubre are 1,350 B ptist churches in
Kentucky, with a property value of $3,
Mr. JonN H. Hall has itone to Terns
og.a business trip for the James H. Hall
Plow Company. i
Hbrmnn Lanqe, the jowelor, can bo
found at No, 17 Arcade, Cincinnati, Ohio.
See advertisement. i
4A. VV. Thompson left to-day for a tour
of the Went. He will spend some time
in Souihern Ctlifornia.
Chrles Brimlky, Superintendent of
the Miysville Cotton Mills, is in Cincin
nati on a buaiuoas trip.
,PjriEsr,9N Smith, aged eleven years, and
Tom Nelson, aged fifteen, are in jail at
Hicholaaville for robbery.
Gay Mitchell, a boh of Rev. J. W.
Mitchell, formerly of this city, is reported
ocriouely'ill with consumption.
R. W. Evans, the natural gas well
drjjler, spent last night in tbis city, and
left this morning for some point'up the
Plenty of cloudy weather, but no
rpiri. The drouth is getting more serfous
than ever and is damaging the young
Miss D'ickworth left yesterday for her
hpme at Cinciunati, after spending sev-
oral days here, the guest of Miss Alice
Just received at Ride & Taylor's, a tre
mendous line of toilet and holiday goods.
Ladies, see them. Gents, smoke the
It is said that the Wlrite Collar Line
boats never looked better since they were
butlt than they do now. They are fixing
for afkht with a railroad.
But little coal on hand, vory low water
in the Ohio and no prospect of an early
rise at headwaters. Mr. Huntington,
please hurry up that railroad.
' Rurruns radically'cured ; also
pile tumors and Ostulre. Pamphlet of
particulars 10 cents in Btamps. World's
Dispensary Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
f hb diamond spectacle being entirely
free from any injurious substancos, can
be used equally well by day light or
lamplight. Forsalo by Ballenjrer, thojow
oleri . m
. Thjrty-bbvkn convicts were brought
ljwn from the penitentiary the other
day' to be worked no ir Dover in finishing
Mason, Munday & Co.'a contract on the
The shore pier for the now bridge be
tween, Covington and Cincinnati is com
BlVted". The concrete, work for the pir
nthe Kentueky-side of the river will bo
completed this wek,
, Sol Smith Russell will appear fit. thp
pera hopae o'n the lGJh.of thismbnh',
ihiB'new." farcical scream," Be.wifche.d,.
lfrI,Bs8ell is, one of tb'e most, popular
comedians of thejlay.
Thkm ia'nb ab'iuement in the typhoid
Ver. epidemic, at Cincinnati., , And thp
o'ieeaeo is as bud at many othor poiHts as
ills" in thp Queen pity. It's an ill wind
blowB no one good. The doctors are
, Toerb were sjx additions to the Old
8tbne. Ohurph on .Lawrence , Crook Sun
day night, making twenty Jn aH. Largo
crowds are attending every service. The
meeting will continue this weok. Preach
ing by Rev. 8. W. Peoples, of Lancaster.
Georgetown boasts of a hotel keeper
jdxtyfive years old who noyer took a
drink in a barroom, and never drank
spirits oxcopt when it was prescribed by
a physician ; never played a game of
cards; never attended a dance, nor a
horse-race. Bourbon News.-
Qwkns & Baukley sold sixteen hun
dred kegs of blasting powder in ono day
recently. Eight hundred kegs were
bought byMr. Huntington toboueedattho
big qwirry ut the mouth of Cabin Creek.
Tho rest w.is sold to the proprietors of
an iron furnace on tho Eliztbethtown,
Lexington and Big Sandy Ratlroud.
WHOSE HORSE IS IT,7
Deputy M.rshal Dawson Has the
Animal andiWants to Find
List Thursday afternoon a young- man
made his appearance at the residence of
Mr. D irlus. Moran, a mil 3 or so from this
city, on Jersey Ridgo. Tho fellow was a
total stranger in tho neighborhood. He
was on horseback, and tho animal he
was riding gave evidonce of a hard day's
travel. Mr. Moran was not at home, but
the stranger asked somo of the family if
he could leave his horse there until the
next. day. He sal I he had ridden from
Mt. 0 ivet ; his animal was tired and ho
would call the next dav for it. His re
quest was at first refused but he insisted,
and at last was given permission to leavo
the horse. This ho did, after which he
departed, and made his way to this city.
The next morning a stranger, supposed
to be the same party, was at the depot
and purchased a ticket for Lexington.
He told Ficklin Brothers he had a horee
a few miles out of town which he wished
shipped to him on tho freight that after
noon, and asked if they could send out
for tho animal and attend to tho shipping.
They declined, telling him that they
wore too busy to bo troubled with the
matter, and directing him to get some
one about tho depot to go after the horse.'
lie gave a different story at the depot
from, what ho had- told at Mr. Moran,'s
said he had boon working on the railroad
at some point below Maysville, and was
op tys way,to Central Kentucky. He
finally hired a negro man to go out after
the horse, and directed the Messrs. Fick
lin to Bhip the animal to "0. Karr, Lex
ington, Ky." The, fellow then left on the
early train tor that point.
Deputy Marshal Dawson a few hours
afterwards heard of the mysterious action
of the stranger and the different tales he
had told, and concluded all was not right.
Under the circumstances he felt warrant
ed in holding tho animal and awaiting
future developments. Tho, negro had'
gone out after the horse but Mr. Dawson
overhauled him on tho dirt road leading
to Cnarleston Bottom and brought the
animal to this city where it still remains
in his possession. A dispatch to the
Kentucky Central agent at Lexington
brought a reply that no one hud called
for the horso at that point.
The animal is a bay, about fifteen and
a half hands high, three years old, curbed
in the hind legs, and has ono white' fore
foot and one white hind foot.
Mr. Dawson, thinks the rather myste
rious actions of the stranger indicate very
plainly that something is wrong, and he
will hold the horse until the ownership is
A Big Fortune for tho Heirs of Elihu
" In 1849," Bays the Richmond, Ky.,
Register, "Elihu Owens, an elderly un
married man at the time, emigrated to
California from Bath County, Kentucky.
His relatives live in Bath and Montgom
ery counties, and among them were
Joshua Owens, the grandfather of Mrs.
E. H. Field and Mrs. E. J Shackle
ford, daughters of William W. Embiy,
who married Georgia Ann Owens, the
only child of Joshua Owens. Elihu
Owens died in California 'recently, leaving
the enormouB estate of $20,000,000. The
heirs at Mt. 8torling were advised of
tho fact and employed an attorney to go
to California to investigate the caeo. It
is believed that Mrs. Fiold and. Mrs.
Shackleford will each get from two and a
half to three millions, as there are only
soven heirs. Both Mrs. Field and Mrs.
Shackleford are of our best families and
hold equally high positions in the county,
and we heartily congratulate them on
the gra(ifying',,prospect of soon becoming
More Trouble on hoer Railroad.
The attempt to complete the Maysville
and Big Sandy Railroad to Cincinnati
this Winter has been' abandoned,1 All
work on .tho bridges and some of it on
tho grading below! this'city has been or-
3d suspended. The real c
thlsjo'f couf8b, s pot glye'n out.
' The' roa&Vill bo completed between
hero, and Ashland, however, as fast as
AT Minister to be Married,
Thb'LouiBVihofihes Bays': "Rov.Z. T.
Cody, formerly pastor of tho Portland
BaptifltOhurch, arid Mies Bollo Anderson,
organist of that church, residing at 2518
Montgomery street, for soveral years a
teachor in Twenty-second and Grayson
street school, will be married at tho Port
land Church, on Portland avenue and
Thirty-third street, Wednesday night,
November 9th, at 8 o'clock."
Oyster and Bird Suppor.
A "dairy niaida' tea " aud oyster and
bird Biipper will be given by the Indies of
the M. E, Church, South, next Friday
evening at the Cox Building, corner of
Third and Market Btreets, in room ad
joining Shackleford's drugstore. Suppor
trom 5 to 11 o'clock. Familios especially
invited. No chargo for admission. Good
FILES AND HIS LOST FORE.
A Gaso Whpro Absont-Mindodnoss
was a Benefit Bather Than
Thp Cincinnati Enquirer says: "Ab-scnt-mindediioa
mav be considered a
benefit rather than a misfortune in some
cas?B. Mr. E. O. Piles, of this city, was
formerly a resident of Maysville, Ky.,en
gaged while there in pork-packing during
the winter months and dealing in grain
th.e balance of the year. These two
branches of business were carried on in
the same building. One wiutor he packed
considerable poik, selling along at times,
and, not realizing much, if any, profit, be
came a little careless. New wheat began
coming in pretty freely in July, and Mr.
Piles had it stored away in his pork-house
to await a profitable market. In taking
an inventory of stock some timo after
ward he couldn't account for two hun
dred barrels of pork. He didn't remem
ber selling it, and couldn't imagine that
it bad been stolen or ahippe'd without
somo memorandum being mndo of it.
At any rate, he gave it up as lost. It
wasn't worth much, anyway, for the
price had declined fearfully since it was
packed, so he ceased to think about. Lte
in the summer he began taking out his
wheat and selling it, and before it was all
gone the lost pork was discovered stored
under the sacks of wheat. Pork, in the
meantime, had advanced until it wiut
worth more than twice the cost of pro
duction. Mr. Piles had made a good
thing on his wheat deal, and wasn't slow
in realizing on his pork."
Benjamin F. SMiTir.of Sardis, and Miss
Lizzie A. Roborson, of Mayslick precinct,
were granted marriage license ths
morning. The wedding will take place
to-morrow in the Btptist Church at
Wh have been siiown two aoliil silver
communion sets by Mes-trs. Hopper &
Murphy which are marvels of brainy.
These gentlemen carry the finest lines of
jewelry and solid silverware ever shown
in this city. It
Rev. Father Bond, one of the Re
deinptoriets living a mission at St.
Patrick's Chinch, will deliver a temper
ance lecture Monday night, Nov. 14th, at
7:30 o'clock, in the church. All are cor
dially invited to attend.
The mission for men is still in progress
atSt. Patrick's Church and will continue
the reat of tho week. Men of all denom
inations are cordially invited to attend
the morning services at 8:30 and the
evening services at 7:30.
Lewis Vandbn, long the popular land
lord at the Crawford House, Cincinnati,
ii again in charge. He -will labor to re
store this house to the rank it formerly
occupied, and invites his friends to give
him a call. Rates $1 50 to $2.
Mrs. Martha E. Fristqe, whose ill
nesa has been noticed in tho Bullbtin,
died at Aberdeen Friday. The remains
wore interred Sunday afternoon. She
Was born Feburary 15th, 1821, and was
one of the old citizens of that place. Her
jnaiden namo waa'Holi.
'Squirb S. E. MavtiNj of Fern Leaf, is
another ono of the lucky tobacco buyers.
His purchase of last year's crop was sold
yesterday at a handsome profit It
amounted to 100,000 pounds. He Bold at
17 contB, and is $10,000 ahead on the deal.
A. R. Howard, of Murphysville, is tho
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EWneezer Sweet and Jane Lemon
were married not long ago in a distant
city. Tho local paper, in mentioning tho
marriage, wound up the notice with the
How strange sxtremes do meet t
H,erp'j Jfanjsaui4j)eneaar ;
Hue Is no longor sour, but Sweet,
And he's a Lemon queerer.
TnB Jung Brewing Company, of Cin
cinnati, filod suit last Saturday in the
TJnitedtaies District Colirfat1 Covington
against Mr. .breuerick Utto, of this city,
for $6,500 for beer furnished. Litigation
over the sano matter Was recently dis
missed in the Mason Circuit Court, men
tion ot which was made in tho Bulletin
at tho timo.
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"A young man from the country" not
long ago wrote from Louisville to the
Elizabethtown Messenger as fn'll'owa : .
"I havo tnvest'saled. carefully an to who
own the city of Loultvllle, nuil And that ttie
streets boloug to the railroads, the pavement
to the telegraph, telephone and tobacco com
panies, nnd the houses to the tix collector.
If you want a dear tltlo to nny land In tbls
city you have to buy a lot In a cemetery."
John M, Culp, u relatlvo of Mrs. Rob
ort Bissett of .this city, mot with sudden
death at his horn in Pittsburg on the
3rd of this month. Ho wna returning
homo from bin day's dutios us teller of
the Oddfellows' Savings Bank when tho
street car in which ho was riding was
struck by a freight train. In jumping
from tho car Mr. Culp was caught under
tho wheels of tho engine and ground to
Goal at 15 Oonts.
Tho Citiz-iiib' C-al Company has re
ceived a barge load of Ashland nut co-d,
which will be delivered at 15 cents per
bushel. Send in your orders.
J Hamilton, Agent.
"William R. Sholter, of Ripley, Ohio, in
dicted fort-ending obscene letters through
the mail to Alice K. Boyd, daughter of
Captain O. W. Boyd, of Livanna, was
arraigned in the United States Court at
Cincinnati last Saturday. He pleaded
guilty, and, Judge Sage-fined him $350
and costs. The sentence was suspended
for ten days, at which time, if the fine is
not paid, the prisoner stands committed
Stock and Orops.
Several crops of new lob n co have bren
sold in the west end of this county dur
ing the past week at from 18 to 20 cents.
J. W. Wood, of Fern Leaf, has sold his
now crop of tobarco at 20 cents from the
ground up. H. C. Loudon, of George
town, O., is the purchaser.
'Squire S E. Muslin, of Fern Leaf, has
sold hid last year's purchase of tobacco,
amounting to 100,000 pounds, to A R.
Howard, of Murphysville, at an average
of 17 cents.
W. W. Lynch went to Cincinnati Sat
urday on business.
Llewellyn Hall is visiting hia brother,
Sydnor F. Hall at Covington.
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Btrkley have re
turned from their trip to Texas.
MiBses Daisy and Bettie Hubbard havo
returned from a visit ut Elizavillo.
J nrnes E. Threlkeld left yesterday for a
tour of the West, to bo gone about one
Mrs. James A. Johnson, accompanied
by her son Will, left yesterday for a brief
visit at Chicago.
Mrs George W. Collier and Mrs. Paul
Hoellich lelt on the noon train to day for
Clifton Springs, N. Y.
Mr and Mrs. John W. Powell, of Cov
ington, are spending the week with his
father, Mr. S. R. Powell.
Mis. Catharine Albert is at Rome,
Ga., and will epund the winter there with
her daughter, Mrs. Charles B. Hudgins
Miss Anna Fleming, of Mnrphysvillo,
has been spending a few days with her
Hster. Mrs. Robert E. Kirk, of E.tst Sec
Mrs. L. C. A. Reidle, of Aberdeen, has
returned from a visit of several weeks to
to her daughter Mrs. M. 11. Hill, at
mrjiEST in tub would m
Dongola2Top, and every
Jewelers, No, 43 Second street, will offer for the next thirtf
days special inducements in
Solid Silver Knives, Forks and Spoons. We havo a large ail
elegant stock. Come and look. All goods warranted as" rep
resented. Do not forget the place : Lange's old stand.
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Browning : & : Gov
Call attention to tike decided bargains they are offer
ing lu DRESS GOODS, UWERWEAK, CORSET ate
A 11-Wopl Tricots, thirty-eight inches wide, 45 centa; AlMVnol Serges, thirty
eight inches wide, 35 cents; a job in Black Sjlk at $1, worth $1.5Q; .a job in Black
Cashmere, all wool, forty-two inches wide, at 50 cunts; Ladjetj1 White Merino! Up
derwjenr at 25, 40 and 50 cents; Men's Wliito and Gray Merino Vtwts nnd Drawers,
50 cents; Men's Canton Flannel Drawers, 25 centa; Ladies' and Men's Scarlet jtfn
derwear, all wool, at $1, worth $1.25; Corsets tho largest and ohenpeet lino in, tho
city, A good Cor tot at 40 cents; Blub, Cardinal, Drab and Wliito Corsets at 5p tfa.
Wo aro now showing the largest nnd most comploto lino of JACKETS, SHORT
WRAPH and NKW MARKETS in the city. Jackoi from $2 o $10 ; Short Wraps
from S4 to S20; Now Markets from S4 to 315; Chil iron's Cloaks from $1 up. 8o
our Cloaks before you buy; it will save you money.
BROWNING & C
No. 3 East Second St. Maysville.
County Court Proceedings.
Gtt'e i . W.tli whs appointed trustee of
Martha Gite- Wheatley, Mary LaRue
Wheat ley mid Frank P. Wheatley, and
executed bond with Dr. A. H. Wall
surety'. S. II. Mitchell and B. F. Clift,
tho trustees nominated in the wilt.. of
James Thompson, had failed to qualify.
Rev. W. S. Priest, a minuter of th
Christian Church, was authorized to per
form the marriage ceremony, and execu
ted bond with G. S Jmld surety.
A sale bill of the pergonal estate'ol
James Thompson, deceased, was filed
and ordered recorded.
What can be moio disagreeable, mori
disL-Ui-ting. than to sit in a room with'a
person who is troubled with catarrh, and
hits to keep couching and clearing his or
her throat of the mucus which dro'pg
into ii ? Such pen-ous are always to bo
pitied if they iiy to cure themaeives and
tail. But if they net Dr Saue's Catarrh
Remedy th'-re need he no failure.
Try Langdon's City Butter Crackero.'
School bonks and school supplies upon
most favorable terms, at G. W. Blatter
man & Co's.
The latest styles of wall paper and coll
ing decorations, at J. O. Pecor & Co.'s
drug and book store.
This is the time to have yonr phpt
graplia taken. Just received, new back
grounds and accessoiies, gotten from
the late convention at Chicago, at
Kackley'e ya' ry
TIjIh powder never vndeN. A murvelof pn
rlty, stroiiKtli and w iileKoinneH". .More eco
nomical than tho oullniiry kinds, mid ennuot
be -old In competition will) I lie mul Itnde'of
low list, whorl vfn t, alum or phosphrito
powdHiN. Sold only In ;ni!H. KOYAL 11 A 14
I0 povvnK" rn. I'D WhU H . Now Yorte.