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THE FINEST IMF THS LAND! W. H, MSAN3? $3.0P SHPS3, AT H3KTA,WS; TRY A PAIR,
DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDiY.
rosser & McCarthy,
THE SCHOOL AT SARDIS.
COLORED TEACHERS OF MASON.
WEDNESDAY EVEN G, NOV., 16. 1887.
IndicAtiosb "For Ohio, Kentucky and
Wett Virginia, warmer, fair weather."
SELr-niaiNQ buckwheat, at Galhoun'B.
Select and Gradod-" One of tho Boat ThoIr Noxt Meoting to bo Held at
in tho County" -Improve- Mayslick -Order of
A representative of tho Bulletin writes
that ancient Sardia is proud to report to
her county that she. under tho trustee.
Typhoid fever is on tho decreaso in ship of 'Squire J. H. Grigsby, 'Squire
Cincinnati. IJohn M. Ball and Andrew Wells, has
one of tho beat schools she over enjoyed.
I Her citizens woro made to fully appro
I ciato it last week when County Superin
tendent L. W. Galbraith congratulated
them as having " one of tho best schools
in the county."
Decatur, Ala., to visit his brother, Frank f, . . ", , ""T'f unjnu
n vuJar '. their duties, and earnestly talk of erect-
- . m . I ng nn elegant school building. This
The next meeting of tho Bracken Sardis has long favored and badly needed,
County Teachers' Association will bo held but has never been able to do more than
Wanted. $5,000 on first mortgage. Bai
lee & Sallee, attorneys.
Lioiit rains fell al headwaters Mon
day, but thero is no rise reported yet.
Thomas It. Phhtkr has gone to
at Augusta Saturday.
Mr. Sholtz Leach, who has been con
fined to hia home for several days by
icknos3, is out again.
The employment of Professor R. W.
Chandler plainly speaks for Sardis' pro
gressive school. Ho is a young, earnest
and quite efficient teacher. The confi-
Wx are assured that all will miss a donee reposed in him as an instructor,
reat who fail to see Sol Smith Russell at by patrons for whom he has taught else
tho opera house to-ntaht. where, is shown by the following pupils
-, rT "" , , attending his present school : James
UCT, HART OC YM 8 AUnBtrOI, WOO fj, Edwar(j g J0,m ,
were here a month or so ago, d.sbanded . John Gifford fl Bue Ljck g - L
Sunday, at Steubenville, 0. T. wn R ' . n,lr ' .
w " v . ml VUIIlUlf -AUWJ W
Charles GnAr, a larmer living near Cynthiana; Chnrles Collins, John Hil
Ripley, shot one of his thumbs off while droth, 0f Robertson County; Wood
fooling with a revolver a fow days ago. I Browning, Ltura Wells and Eliza Owens,
I of Mason. This number will, it is er-
Ernib White, son of 0. H. White of pected, be increased when the spring
4hiscity, is engaged in the grocery and , torn opens, and the, people hone it mav
since it adds life to their little town.
Professor Chandler is teaching in the hall
of "Arcade Buildine." Miss Anna
confectionery business at Anderson, 111.
O. B. P. Loktky, of Washington, has in
Touted a c.r-coupler that is pronounced Grigabv j8 Bllcce6dlng remarkably well
with the primary department in the old
J. R. Hanna last week tuned two pianoB
used by Miss Carrie Dye, who has an ex
cellent music class in connection with the
The announcement that the Maysville
and Mason County Teachers' Association
would hold their next meeting at Sardis
was read with pleasure by her citizens.
All interested in education are invited to
this meeting and are promised to be entertained.
fey railroad men to be the best they have
Don't hawk, blow, spit and disgust
tvorybody with your offensive breath,
but uso Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy and
Robenau Bros, continue to offer bar
gains in dry goods, cloaks, j ickets &c.
.For particulars, reference is made to
'-their " ad."
The steamer Rickct will arrive at 3
o'clock ttiis afternoon with Sol Smith
Rus9oll and party. He comes from
Roiiert G. Campiiki.l, a former 'citizen
of Aberdeen, and well known in this
section, died at Sheldon, Mo., on the 5th
of this month.
A joint session of the teachers' asso
ciations of Mason and Bracken counties
is announced to he held at Gennautown
orne time next January.
m i i
TnE diamond sppptacle being entirely
free from any injurious substances, can
?io used equally well by day light or
amp lhjht. Forsalo by Ballenger, the jew
eler. i m .
It is not often tho people of Miysville
are given an opportunity to hear Sol
Smith Russell. As a comedian, he en
Joys a National reputation. He should
have a crowded house to-night.
Aftrb the loth instant, a ticket will
be givon with every dollars' 'worth of
goods sold at Ballenger's, which will en
title the holder to a chance on a pair of
4legan,t solitairediamond ear drops, worth
A BEVEN-YKAR-ou) daughter of Charles
True, a farmer living on Howard's Hill,
Ihreo miles east of Ripley, fell from a
sycamore tree Monday morning, a dis
tance of over fifteen feet, and striking her
head against one of its rootB, fractured
her skull. She was in a precarious condi
tion at last accounts.
Mb Cari.bh PniSTiR, the " people's
candidate" for Mayor, opened the cam
paign Monday night by addressing tho
voters of the First ward. His speech was
well received, and he was cheered time
and again. Mr. Phlstor announces that
Jio will address the voters of all the other
-wards before the fight i ended.
Thb Ml. Vernon correspondent of the
8tanford Journal reports that 0. P.
Huntington,;tho railroad magnate, parsed
through Livington last Saturday evening
on his way to Boll County, ostensibly on
a hunting and fishing expedition. The
correspondent guesses that the game
which Mr. Huntington is looking for Ih
an outlet for the Kentucky Central Rail
road fro in Livingston.
W. B. Piiibter, son of Mr. and MrB.
Charles Phister of this city, will be mar
ried this evening at 5 o'clock. His br Ido
Is Miaa Bessie Johnson, of Newbury-
.port, Mass., and the welding will takej
, pl,cd in that city
Between the Bumpers.
John Ryan is a brakeman on the Ken
tucky Central Railroad. He is n young
man about eighteen or twenty years of
ace, and claims Covington as his homo.
He was employed yesterday on Conduc
tor Dunn's freight train, duo here at
three or four o'clock in tho afternoon.
When the train reached Johnson, a short
stop was made to add a few cars. While
in the net of coupliug those "crs, Ryan
met with a painful accident. IHb right
hand waB caught betweon tho "bumpers,"
and the fingers badly mutilated and
crushed. The engine was at once de
tached and Ryan wis brought to this
city, and taken to Mrs. Morford's board
ing houso. Dr. Strode was summoned
and, with the assist ince of Drs. Holton &
Son, amputated two of Ryan's fingers.
The first finger was taken off at the
second job t, and the second finger wbb
taken off between tho second and third
joints. Toe other fingers and the thumb
were dressed and will be saved. Tho
accident waa a very ptinful one and will
disable Ryan for some time.
County Court Proceedings.
Murray Shipley was exonerated from
the payment of taxes on $255 on Hhreo
lots, listed to him by error of Assessor.
G. W. Sulser, Wni. H. Cox, Walter
Mathews, James N.'Kirk and J. B. Bur
gess were appointed Supervisors of Taxes
for this county for year 1888. The
Supervisors meet at County Clerk's office
on first Monday of next January.
Sheriff Perrine and his deputies re
turned into court their delinquent Hits
of property for 1887.
The assessments of property reported
by the Sheriff and assessed by County
Clerk were ordered copied and cortified
to the State Auditor.
Rev. E. J. Teagarden, a minister of the
ChristiarrGhorch, was authorised to per
fbrm tho marriage ceremony, and exe
cuted bond with James N. Boyd surety.
The Demandyfor Coal.
A special from Catletisburg says Cap
tain William 8miley, Superintendent of
the Sea Lion Towboat Company, char
tered four coal banks opposite ABhland
Monday and put fo'urteen toams to haul
ing ceal, and will supply down-river par
ties. 'The towboat Lamo Duck loft Ash
land Monday with fivo barges of coal,
and the barges were drawing only
twenty inches of water, which will let
them over tho wind h irs.
1 Adorns Henry
i It illnck, John J
i Harnett. Miss Ella
Tho next meeting of tho Mason County HryHti! Ororije"'
Teachers' Association (colored) will be jj& ni"''.1' .
held at Mayslick, Saturday December
3rd, 1837. The following is the progrmme:
0:'0 n. ra. Opening exercise Addres ol
Welconio, by MlssHtrauby Audentou.
9:90 n. m. The Advantages of Teachers' As
S3cInlloti8, by 1 McKurland.
Recllallon, by Mm. O. Moore.
10:00 a. ra. Physiology and Hygiene, by C.
10:30 n. m. Self-government the Ultimate
Aim of School Government, by J. W. II.
Recitation, by Mrs. Josi Brady.
1I.-Q0 a. m What Should be Taught In
Arithmetic, and How to Teuoh It, by V. Clin
ton. Uecltatlon, by Miss Anna Young.
11:30a. m. Query box Music.
12:00 u. m. Intermission.
1:30 p. m. LanguaoTeaohlng in tho Pnbllo
Bchools, by W. H. Powers.
2:00 p. ra. The Literature of Onr BoyH and
Girls, by O.W. Fox.
Recitation, by Miss Battle Umltn.
2:30 p. m. The Constant Growth of tho
Teaohor an Essential to Hucces, by J. F.
8:00 p. ra. Miscellaneous business.
4:00 p. m. Adjournment.
All subjects will be open for general
Teachers and friends of elucation are
cordially invitod to attend.
C. G. Harris is President and W. H.
Advortisod Letter List.
Tho following is a Imtoi letters remain
ing in tho pestolfice at Maysville, Mason
County, Ky., for the week ending Tues
dsv, Novomber 15, 1887:
How n loninie
ISrowu. li e
IT will Andrew (col,;
Co IIiir, Kllv
Chi I tln.ii, Mr.
CaUtO' , M
CalHton & Dudley,
Chandler. James (5)
Crawford, James K.
Darnel Miss J. (col.)
DuvK Coio H.
Doin psey, Mrs. Charles
Dean. G. R.
D yl& Mohan
Dele tv. MIm Kate
Kdwirds. Dr. V. C.
KnrneHt. (Jeo W.
Kwing. AiHi Faunle
Flgnr. W. H
Green, Mrs. Lora
I Guy. . N.
I Giecu, David
H albert. Hon. G T.
Helm . AnderNon
Hirailtiiii, Mis Anna
iiarvoy. it. .m.ii
Hulto . i-'urrle
Hurdiman Mrs. Alice
liaiupion, Mis. Cliiru
Hampton, James R.
IiHrrlt, MIS'. Alice
Harmon, J D.
UarrlK, Mra. Laura
Jo es. T. II.
Jit luy. I. N.
Ioiiih, Lncy (col )
Jatolx, Mai tin
liicob , (,'u-por
K. mpker, MIks Lena
LuukIiI n, C. i.
iary, Mihh Allco
Iiinp. tarla (S)
L wis, Kllstm
l.topsrd, R bert
l-ockllti, K'nncls (col.)
.Moyer, Mm. Bell
Mclle. Mr Jr.,
Miner, Pat (rol.)
Mc ullou. Mrs. B.C.
Moigan, Miss Molllu
NbUo i, W.
Pori-e. H N. Jr ,
Porter, Miss Rosle
Peterson. A. B.
Powell W. It.
PHtrlcW C. U.
Ity in. Jos.
Rockwell, Fred. H.
Setters, Mrs. Bessie
Hunler, Mrs Jenulo
Turner, 'A T. (3)
Thumi'Hiii. Miss H.
Thninpion, Geo. M.
Thomas, J. H.
WulKer, Mrs. Jai. W.
Vnisnr, G. B.
Welch, J. D.
Wlil ip, Handy
White, Mr. Mary
Persons calling for any of the above
O.vr of tho theatrical events ol the sea- tatters will please say advertised.
son is without a doubt the appearance of
Sol Smith Russell in his great new
comedy "Bewitched " Mr. Rusell is sup
ported by a powerful company of dra-,
matic artists, and our citizens cm rest
assured of n rich treat at the Washington
Opera House to-night. It in not often
Maysville folks have an oppirtunity of
hearing such a talented artist.
A. O. Rmpksi, P. M.
A speci-il from Owinusville says:
"Never before in the history of tobacco
raising in this part of the country have
prices ruled so high or puichasers t-o
eager. Mr. J. J. Smo it has just sold a
lot of 500,000 lbi.at 20 cents a pound. Tho
$100,000 obtained for tins tobacco repre
sents Mr. Snioot's profits for the year, as
he had previously sold enouu'h to pay all
Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers.
School hooka and school supplies upon
moat favorable terms, at G. W. ttlatter
man & Co'b.
The latest styles of wall paper and ceil
ing decorations, at J. C. Pecor & Co.'t
drue and book store.
Come early and have your life-size por
trait made. Makes a v.iluable Christmas
present. Kackley's iralleries.
The best and most valuable Christmas
present is your picture. Call on Kackley.
New background, chairs and e'c.
his purchases. Me'-srs. J. B. it II. S.
Goodpaster have refused 20 cents a
pound for about 220 hogsheads. Tho
KWItMIHlIKO BY W. A. NOKTON.
Yesteidays Closing December wlnnt, 74;
Mny wheat. 80i; May corn, ii; Juuuary
'f ft.fluv'M i inniilmr Dpromhpr wliPRt. 741?.
largo prices obttined have Bet the peoplo 7t'4; My when .8 .8uVH.H ; Mnv con s,
nearly wild, and overv one who can get
an acre of ground will raise tobacco next
4tys.4: 'nn- nrv pora S II li. H :'-$. 13 ti
Furnlsho'l by Glover A Durrett, proprlotow
Lonl.vlllo lobacco Warenou p.
Sales on our mnrkeUorlh week Jut clonnt
amounted o2M7 iiIkIn., with recti pin of 1X91
lihils. Inr l ho Maine period. SsIhx on our mar
ket since Ian. ini amount to I'JO.'i U hhiU. Our
market has developed uo new leature i
bm ley tobacciidurliig Hip week. Pncps tmv
b-on Hilly husialued but no addltlonI
advuice tins occurred. The purouoners
of the nftw crip In the country havo beea
o i a vpiy pxtuiislvn Kotlu and at extremely
Illicit values, Irom IIS to JA, being very com
Dark trash ....J 0 603 8 91
Col ry trash M ...... Hfrtflieg
Common lun. uoiculury 9 01 II M
Good luxi. ... ll Ui$ IS a
Common le. t, uot oolory .... 14 I0(t is
Go d !( ... 10 (U(4 2U (M
Mn a leal 20 iut S8
Coffee vltti ... .. .l 200
Molasses, new crop, per gal . Ifi
Golden Syruj ......... m
Sorgum, Fancy Now...... 49
Sugar, yellow V .... .......... Sas
Sugar, extra C, V 0. WJ
Sugar A. V B - 1 ,, i- 1 M f
Sugar, granulated V m ....... TK
Sugar, powdered, per lb......... i
Sugar, New Orleans, sn B.... 69
Teas, V tt .... ,..... &DQ1 US
OJal Oil, head light V gal. . S
tiaeon, breakfast V ft ... 140 6
Bacon, clear Hides, per . ,...., ,, IftU
Baoon, Hams.V m ...w. . I4HIS
Bacon, Shoulders, per p .,, Mis
Beaus Val ....,...... tOftm
Butter.WB ..-. lo .JB
"hlckens, eaon . .. ,.. Idas
EKi,Vdot- .. .. 18AM
Flour, Limestone, per t)rTU.. ... o S
Flour, Old Gold, per barrel .. ... 6 S
Flour, Maysvllio Fancy, per barrel... 4 m
Flour, Mason County per barrel......... 4 f
Flour, Royal Patont, per barrel.. 4 7$
Flour, Maysville Family, per barrel . 4 71
Flour, Graham, per sack.... ........ lb
Honey, per ID ..... ...... JB
Hominy, V gnllon W
Meal1flPok .. SB
Onions, por pook ...... 44
v.fstrw erpeck .. 26
A ppleo, per rock .....
This piiwliT upver nile. A marvel of rm
rltv, Hlronglh nod w' oIpmiiiiiiphn. Moro eco
nomiol limn llu; ouliiuirj kinds, mid cannot
bexnld In compcilHoM wlin the mul Ituiie of
low tst Nhort wpIk t, alum or phoxphata
powdpis. Sold 01. I In 11 n. ItOYAL HAW
I'G I'MWDKiicn. Ml Wall Hi.. New York.
HOPPER & MtrBFITSr,
Union Servicos on Thanksgiving.
Tlits iniiiixierti' meetitm ynsterd yaltor
noon at tho residence of Rev. R B, Gnr-
Tho brid tl party will rett decided to hold union services on
Wiluam Chamdkri.ai.v was adjudged
n lunatic yesterday by a jury in the
County Court, and ordered sont to the
asylum at Lexington. Ho is a son of
Aquilla Chamborlnin, and resideB in the
Lewisburij precinct. He is forty-three
years old, and has a wife and two chil
dren. Tho causo of his trouble is not
known. His mind was affected in 1872,
but after four weeks' treatment he was
pronounced wull. His friends and rela
tives thought the cure permanent, but
about two months ago, his trouble re
turned and ho lias been very bad of late.
He is well known in Lewisbur precinct, '
and thero is hope that bis ailments will
prove only temporary. B. F. Clift was
appointed a committee to take him to
Shooting on Fourth Street.
A shooting scrape occurred last night
on Fourth street, west of Sutton,
but without any serious rosults. Tho
parties engaged in the affair are all col
ored. From Marshal Heflin. who arrived
at "tho seat of war" shortly after tho
disturbance, it is learned that Thomas
Overton was escorting Lyda Burns homo.
Lutio Overton aught Bight of the couple
at the point named. Lutie is Thomas'
wife, and she at once proceded to " re
move" her rival. She fired two shots at
the Burns woman, but her aim was not
good, and no one was hnrt. Tho matter
will be investigated by Mayor Pearce.
-The Reliable and Lcudlutf-
are now exhibiting tho Urgent and moM elegant line f Jmvelrv Til mtt.ilile Holiday pres
ents ever shown In our city, and in addition to everv no I iu'b wo.tn 01 goods sold a ticket is
ylven, which entitles you to u chance on a Diamond tting valut-d al . u. N 1 tleiltoui value,
but hsrd o !! 'f win desire. No. 43Hpcoh1 siret, Mny vIIp, K.
tar BEST IN THK WOXLDrs
Don gola Top, and every
Browning : & : Co.
Call attention to the decided bargains they are offer
ing in IRESS GOODS, UanDERWEAEt, COUSINS and
Several crops of this year's tobacco
were sold laBt week to be deliverod as
soon as stripped, from $12 to $18 per
hundred. Onrnntnn Dnmnnrfit.
I 1 II Ht.l T.!..l. 11.1.1- .1.1.1 !.U .!.!- IC ... Ill Xf I C . !.!.
, . . , ,,, . ti- 11 u-uui iricuui, nuiiy-ciniiL tuuiiua Tinr, 1.1 cuiuo , nii-nuui oerven, iiurir-
Fred Stucky, of Ghent, Kv., Iihb sold eiRht inches wj,H 35 cents; a job in Black Silk at $1, worth $1.50; n job in Black
fifty hogsheads of tobacco at Cincinnati, Cashmere, all wool, frtv-two inches wide, at 60 cents; Lmi lets' VVhito Merino Un
at $30 a hundred. It coat him only $9. derwear at 25. 40 and 60 cents; Men's WhitH and Gray Merino VeatB and Drawnra,
, . . A. . L, , t, .. 50 cents; Men's Canton Flannel Drawers, 25 centa; Ladies' and Men's Hrarlet Un
it is reported that the Norris Brothers, derwear, all wool, at SI. worth $1 25; Corsets-the largest and oheapest litiu in tho
of Germantown, havo sold their new crop city. A good Corset at 40 cents ; Blue, Cardinal, Drab und White Corsets at 60 eta.
at 25 cents all around.
Stock and Crops.
Tho young wheat along the Kentucky
Central is looking well considering the
wcent dry weather.
leave shortly after theceremony for their Thanksgiving Day as has been customary Bol(l nt Llngton for $2,300. Ocean, a
Wo are now showine the lurcest and most complete lino nf JACKETS, RHORT
1 WRAPS u.nd NRW MARKETS in the cily. Jackets from $2 $10 ; hort Wraps
frnm J t ft 9f ' Nnur XTiirkulH from $-1 tn IK- niiiMrnn'n Olouku Irnm l nn Ran
Tho bay colt, Perkins, two .years old, our Cloaks before you huy; it will save you money.
fntnrn home at KanstB City. The couple forvears
will spnnd some time wilh relatives in The services will be held in tho Chris
TTw York Charleston, W Vu., and in tian Church. Rev. Thomas Hanford,
this city while en route for tho West. pastoroftheMethoilistEpiecopalOhurch, for $15,050; sixty-eiuht moro sold for
They are expected here on Thanksgiving, w ill preach the sermon. $30,000, and slxtoon others for $8,000.
two-year-old bay filly, brought $2,600.
At B, G. Br lice's sale of thorough-bred
horses at Lexington, fiftyno hoadold
BROWNING & CO.,
No. 3 East Second St. Maysville.
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