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THE FINEST IM
.DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
f . DAILYi EXCEPT SUHDYX
ROSSER & MCCARTHY,
FRIDAY EVEN'G, NOV, 18 1887
lNnicTioM '-For Ohio and Kentucky ;
Mj warawr, air weather.".
8iL7-iubinq buckwheat, nt Calhoun's.
.-in!i. "'r r prl80ncr8
now in the county jail.
An addition to M. 0. Hutchison'sstor
in Cheater is about completed.
JamisM. Marshall, of'Fleuaingsburg,
baa been granted an increase of pension,
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MR J. H. Rains and Bon, J. 0. Bains,
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are In Cincinnati this week sel Inst some
of the " weed " .
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Tins Limestouo Flouring Mills abut
down yesterday, their supply of fuel
having given out.
v-uywTlf VjUEUK A. 11 iiVAKS. Ot D lom
inpshurg, accompanied by his wife, was
tn town yesterday.
Tna Kontucky Central track is now
aid with stol rails from this city to a
point south of Johnson.
AFniN08naho lealer has slaughtered
and 8hippnd abjut five thousand turkeys,
mostly to the Boston market.
HKNitv Wau, of Chester, has been at
Wmehsster for the pst two months at
tending to a job' of brick-work.
Colombo Thomas M. Giken was re-
ported some worse this morning. Hi
physicians hare ordered ab'soluto quiet,
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Don t hawk, blow, spit and disgust
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-H.OIUU.IJ nu .vour uuonsivo oreani,
fcutuso Dr Sage's Catarrh Remedy 'and
end it; v
James Silbv, second clerk of tho
steamer J. H. Uillmtn, fell a few nights
ago and sustained paintal injuries to ono
ef bis legs.
Tub track-layers on the new railroad
expect to reach a point opposite Manches
ter to-day. They are moving along now
t a lively rate.
. The firm of Kirk & Slmr has been
dissolved. Mr. Kirk will continue tho
business. Choice fresh meats always on
band. See- notice.
Roe Cmir, of Chester, has nbont re
covereil from the amputation of u p.trt of
ono ot his feet wliirh was taken oil by
Dr. Strode and others a few weeks aiju.
A you.no Italian, nime not known, who
has been workim: at some point below
Mavaville on the now railro id, was robbed
of $100 at Newport one day ibis week.
The diamond sppctacla buing entirely
free from any injurious! substances, can
be used equally well by day liuht or
lamp liuht. Fo. salo by Ballemjer, thojow-
Rev. II. M. Whabtom, of Baltimore,
has closed Jhe revival in the Baitist
Church at Georgetown with forty-nine
additions. The interest was profound
G. K. Winteu and John B. Hawep, of
Minerva, have gone to Graiuo City,
FlemingOounty, where they have opened
a general inerchamlise in the house for
merly run by the late Mr. Bristow.
Sbnatob Beck ami party bagued sev-nty-eiht
quail and a number of rabbits
in one day near -Mt. Gartnel. The Sena
tor brought down twentv-ono of the
birds and three of tho "cotton tails."
Afteb the loth instant, a ticket will
be- given with every dollars' worth of
goods sold at Ballenger's, which will en
title the holder to a chance on a pair of
elegant solitaire diamond ear drops, worth
Tiia Truo Blue Democrat announces
the- approaching marriago of Joseph H.
Power,- a prominent attorney of Flem
Ingbbursr, and well .known here. 'Tne
bride.clect is a resident of Montgomery
(Japtain J. H. Myers now has charge
of the morning train on the Kentucky
Central for Lexington and returns in
the evening, while conductors Seamanda
or. Butler is, In charge ot tuo uaiiy train
from, and to Richmond.
Rkv. E. 0. Savaoe, formerly of Fern
Leaf, recently hold a three weeks meet
ing in the M. E Church, Houth, at Con
nersville, Scott County. It resulted in
twenty-five additions to the memhert-hip.
He is uow engaged in a meeting at Gilead,
in tho same county.
PnoFBts k John McCuKa, of Bourbon
Oonntv. is Boventvtwo years old, and
has been a school teacher for fifty-three
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years. The tarw ri.oniucKian-jinuu oayo
he has seen many of his former pupils
become grand-parents, and looks back
viih nrlitu ovHr the useful life he has led
In tho school room.
THE LAND! WH. BESAW3' $3.03
BENEATH THE WHEELS.
George Burrell Moets Instant Death
at Springdalo First Fatal
Accident on the Now,
OfinnrrtBnrrnll mi.f..iik .n Antu
about half-past ten o'clock last night at
Bpringdale, on the Maysville & Big Sandy
Thtj construction train on tho new
road has been spending the night at that
point for some time. Burrell was eta
tioned there temporarily, and held tho
position of " hostler," or watchman.
' At the. hour named last night engiqo
-uv m t t. t t. n t V
No. 16, in charge of J. E. Burrell, had ar-
,j;i of 4i, , . . lU . ,
rived at the point, and the hands were
f enuajted in switching some cars off on to a
sidetrack. Young Burrell was on top of
ono ' tno carB- Same of tho train men
oaw his lantern suddenly disappear, and
concluded that ho had fallen from tho
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diate search made. Burrell was soon
fuund lyDgon the track Thfl whees bfld
Pa88t'd 0or Ws body just below the cheat,
crushing the life out of the unfortunate
i yunK maa- The flesh was bruised and
' mutilated, and the npinal column frac-
tured. Tho heaw clothing had probably
prevented the body from being cut in
; two. , Death resulted in a short time.
Dr. Owens was summoned but did not
arrive on the scene until after Burrell bad
breathed his last.
Vine decoisod war a single man about
eighteen years of age, and resided
at Newport. His father, J. E. Burrell,
was engineer of the train engaged in
switching at the timo of the accident.
The remains were taken to Newport on
tne noon tram to-daylor burial.
The accident iartho first'fatal one o! the
kind on the hew road.
Tho Five-year-old Daughter of Mrs.
Patrick Hanley Meets With a
Mrs. Patrick Hanley. a widow, lives in
a housa belonging to Mr. Emile Martin,
at the corner of Second and Limi'Stone
Btreoss, this city. Her homo yesterday
morning at 9 o'clock was the scene of a
very serious accident. '
At the hour named, she went into the
kitchen, leaving her little daughter,
Maggie Hanley, aged a!ou' five years, in
the sitting-room. She bad been ab
sent but a few minutes, when her
child, with dress all in flatnet., ran
screaming into Ihe kitchen. Tho mother
immediately seized some clothing and
succeeded in smotheiing the blaze. In
doing ho, she badly burned herself about
the hands. Her daughter was also seri
ously burned about tho faco and body.
Dr. Phillips was summoned, and is at
tending the case. Tho child's injuries
are very painful and serious and may re
An Accident on Second Street.
Jamed M. Walker,' hotter known as
"Jim Mat" Walker, mot with a very
painful accident shortly after noon yes
terday. He is one of the thrifty farmers
residing near Millwood, and had brought
a large load of hay to this city. He came
down Wa 1 streor, and in turning the cor
ner at Second, tho load tipped over and
upset in front of Dodson & Frazeo's ware
house. Mr. Walker was driving at tho
time a' d was thrown to the ground. He
fell upon a rock and sustained painful. in
juries to the nerves at the base of the
spinal column. His hips were also badly
sprained, and bo suffered greatly from
the pain. Ho was removed to the office
of Or. J. H. Holton A Sun, who dressed
his wounds, after which ho was placed in
a hack and taken home by his brother-in-law,
Mr. S. 8. Riley, of the first Na
tional Bank. The accident will disable
him for some time.
Mr. B. F..Ciift'd many friends will re
gret to learn that he met wjth a very
painful accident this morning.
A few days ago he "was appointed a
committee to take his n-i-rubor and
friend, William Chimberlain, to the
asylum at Lexington. The parties re-
Bi,j jn tho vicinity of i.ewisburg, and it
WR8 Mr. OHft's intention to leave for
Lexington on tho early train this morn
ing. He was being ttken to Mr. Cham
berlain's home in a barouche, when tho
driver accidentally ran upon a bank aud
upset the vehicle. Mr. Chft was thrown'
out and sustained a tract tiro of the
collar-bone. No one else Buffered any
County Court Proceedings.
Dan l'ernue was appointed guardian
of Elizabeth Hobel, Anna Mary Hobel
und Jacob Charles Hibel anil! executed
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ooiiu wuu y it,' ami uu junn vr.
Alexander sureties. .
An inventory and appralstnent of the
neraond estate of Henry Bratnol. deceas-
ed, was filed and ordered' recorded. "
'Charles F." Balo Jn at homo from' a
business trip tlimtiuli the South;' IIh re
pone a booniing'tradr. Whili) Ht LqiHf
ville on Ida w y liouit a few days Bgo, Iio
had theutnUfurtune to sprain, one of his
ankles while out ridmw with a friend.
E A. Rodinson is out lifter several
weeks' confinement to hitf home ly
wounda received in tho railroad accident
at 8t. AIIans,'V. Va Heaiil! hasto u?o
cratches, 'oever, and it will be aomo
Hme yt, before he entirely recovera from
. bis injuries.
Fanny Bahnitt, or Bernice, the prin-
cipal witness for the prosecution in the
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Crtso against the Pugh brother?, charged
with rape, escaped a few nights ano from
the jail at Flemingatmrz, where she was
hnintr hnlil until tlm trl.i! r.mn nn Rim
Detng neiu until mo iriai came up ano
was followed and recp ured nor Mays-
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Tub November terra f the Fleming
Circuit Court will convene next Monday.
T '0 docket in below the average. The
principal criminal case is that anainst tho
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jrugn orouierr, now cimnneo in inejait
here on the charge of rape. Consider
able interest is manifested in the ap-
pro telling trial by the people of Fleming,
Job Em met. in." Fritz; Our Cousin
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German" at opera house next Monday
niht will have the largest, house of the
season. About five hundred seats have
already been reserved. There was a
grand rush when tho sale of seats com
menced yesterday. Eramof, is playing to
big business this week at Grand Opera
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Thb Lexington Daily Transcript, of
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Thursday, Bays :, ".Colonel John B. Hern-
don, representing tho .M.y.v!lle Daily
BDLLETm, was among the reporters ou
the grand Stand yesterday. He at ono
time edited the Daily Atlas in this city,
was afterward editor of the Frankfort
Commonwealth, and then correspondent
r- n,o. t..:-:ii n : a r- .
(or the Loui8TilIo Courier and Cincinnati
Commocial. Ho enjoyed his holiday
here and had a good time meeting with
bis old Lexington and Frankfort friends."
Tns "Ashland House," Lexington, un
der the joint proprietorship of CaptainB
Green and Collier, has started out on a
new career of prosperity. These gentle
men are widely aud favorably known to
the traveling public, which insures a lib-
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patronge for the "Ashland." The
TITf.l rTfi'a ronnunntolltrn MttriAl Huvn.
-fWMK.Afti UlifSI LiOUII llilU UUIUIIOI MCill
don, was nicely entertained at this house
during his lute visit, and HpeakB in high
terms of tho rich and varied fare, cleanly
outfit and gonial courtesy accorded the
guests by proprietor, clerks, &c.
Coi.umhus Huoiiks, a lunatic, is con
fined in tho county jail. His homo in in
the vicinity of Cabin Creek, where, sev
eral of his relatives reeido. Heretofore it
bus only been for short periods at long
intervals that he was dangerous, and his
relatives have objected to his being taken
to tho asylum. One ol his dangerous
spells has beon on him of latq, and it was
found necessary to place him in confine
ment. He was brought in a day or so
ago by Deputy Marshal Dawson and
nlnnnrl in d,o ijll ,!... t,,. ...til u l. -t '
piaceu in inejan, wnere no will oe kept
until there i8 an improvement in bis con-
Mr. anij Mica. Gwynnk Mahviji, of
Aberdeen, will remove to Los Angeles,
California, this week, where they will
make their future .home. Mr. Marvin
will engage in' business in that city, but
has not yet decided upon, his kind of oc
cupation. He has disposed of his stores
in Aberdeen his grocery to his brother-in-law,
Mr. Parker Bradford, and bis dry
goods store to his sistorMiss Marvin, and
Mr. Bradford. Mr, and Mrs. Marvin will
be accompanied to California by Mr. Cane
Bradford, formerly of Aberdeen, but for
tho past year and a half engaged in tbo
ro.il estate business in Kansas City, Mo.
Tna cantata " Queen of Fame " will bo
given at the opera houso Thanksgiving
evening. Its production at. Augusta a
few evenings ago was a success. A. large
crowd was present on that occasion and
ino oveninga entertainment proved a
pleasant ono. Tho cantata was givon un
der the supervision of Mrs. Oton, the tal
ented elocutionist. Most of tho charac
ters were represented by ladios of this
city. All were congratulated upon the
excellent manner in which they acquit-
ted themselves. The trip was an enjoy-1
able one and the Maysvillo folks were"
eaionained in a cordial manner' by the
Try Langdon'a City Butter Crackers.
School books and school supplies upon
most favorablo terms, at G. W. Blatter-,
man & Co's.
The latest stylos of wall paper and ceil-
ing decorations, at j. o. Pecor & Coa
drug and book atore.
Come early and have your life-size por-
,l ,... (!, .. ,l.,,l,l.. ni..!...
"" uiui wa.imunumuuiiiiiui
presont. Kackley'a galleries,
The boat and most valuable Christmas
nresont isvour niciure. Call on Kueklev.
New backgrbnnd, chairs and otc. J
SH3S3, AT HORN'S; TRY A PAT.
lr. Oalhrle mulea bulno8 trip to Cincin
nati Thunda .
The dr.uif More will, era torn, onen the inra.
est iiml (ItM-l Huh oi ho'il luy goods .ver
bioutlit In tiilt nee
Owynno Mnivln and wife If ft WdtedHy
lot L. Aug o., hI , iMleiiUli.g to mimo tlmt
puce their lutiire horn..
In onwiex'. wa will give a short iketoli of
foiiv-crmkN ('lie oilier kind), noWtiooiieaut
tac.iod to a chain pump.
. MnitlnHmli.il riixervpi credit for hlRcfTrts
weitwaitaa'i"ol,;iiir.,,,,c couoort' nu
procrmiimo sheet for IhftpnfnrtBlnmnnt
H'IVIUkT llliht W II li a IiiIkMbp Mnnu
tlmtlkrt lO lllrt uftllllnmiLl iihn l.i.tlr n.r.l.
ThSy 'ro l Iih lolling muuln tlielr respective,
Mleht,v immy.to ee ome people who at
"mn-pcrloilH In riielr.lfepnjoywl tno orient
derlv ii nomwhlRky h11IiiIi tiding up their
uuiy nuriur in oinerH in tuo same
'Hqnlre npanlcy lionenf the targithoarled
mm '" exlH,,'o't alwaTH w lllos to aid any
Roodcme. Thuls inor than wncinsuy o
8''"0 1u!,ln,uwfh re loud mouthed in their
proieisl .us. but mlulity tight wlieu it comss
. to Ilimuolil r qulreinenlH.
Mr. John Oae, "r., whom we notled &n
ImnrovlnB Wt-dnenduv. t iok h kikIiI mm
foi thf worse on Wn'iiex-lwy Tilgiit huiI tiled'
iiiurri'iaj nneriinon m i ii'ciocK is no leaven
Hove til vlilldrea to in turn her demist.
,T'e 1m"HJ' dJ?,?ah,e hypocrlta on tliU iloot
"l"0' 1 'he gooily-jjo dy nanwhoneg oilneHS
Is for comi'Mtiy onlyone who will Mti.op to
llttleirliiKM when he thl ikxithey won't gilo.
publicity mid adds auothpr nlcktl to lilt
im ckei wh beneatli lilt nlntly way In not
Willi! llHOUuht lo hn. vVim'l. n turn nn tn
the wioug pen t
' As per previous announcement we begin
wh thiiniueu nkeich ot our nigh Mciiooi
depmtaient, md shall each week note the
pn.HrmniKcholare until ail h v the rncoir-
iiniiiii uuc mem vvuiie opportunity an rti
wo will ft tte that our chooln under xulonnce
of Hiiperinleuilent I.iwwUI are taatcln rap.
Id progress. The I'mrm-or Is a kUiiIIoU
young man Mtlom tibe found from tils
bookH, wiving .11 his time aut Hitenllon to tho
pupiN under his cvre, uuu hucuisi Is luevl
tubie. The Hlah School deportment tins nn nvrr-
a tendance of tlilrtv-novpn duiiIIh. three
resiaiugoutor ineuisinci;: itfS
, ton, DeunJn Hhellou and Krunk Hloomhutl,
who are ntting tnemselves for leacnei, und
ftr,eirap .?i,Jo1Vw,i .
We notice 1i department that MIm A.. n
Clnztou. Minna Retdle, Haille Mlduhalt
Mary Heldlc, IStttv Hherban and Muster Ira
John L.l'urdoD, Master John, UioUolletin's
lepreseutative, is hs industrlouii iu ucliool as
when himdilns hU niucrH
We have until enough for this tlmn and wl 1
couoluit ty appending a II t of words Hmt
are spelled ev-ry Krldav eve ilng, diacritic
ally. MM MIiiiih Itldle under the uier
Tlsloti of Prolessor LtwwUI, always select
the wordw ten words being put. on the b a'-k-board
e.ch (Im.v until Kiiiuy wlie t ey are
upelled dlacr tlcaily by theudvuuco scholars.
1 he 'ollowliiL'U the t :
Authrauitp, Caprice, Ntche, Revenue, Kma
clale, Nickel L ano, Deliquesce, Halcyon,
Naicolln. Unlqi e.Xubilqu t,t!cie, Marauder,
Sclerotic, 8erhn, No ipniltl. Attorneys, Uleu
teoiinl. 1 eullln, l'aiiMO-11, Aeronaut, Trodiee,
C'O' vak'hce Hyl.'iie 1'icrge, (JaruuliHu, lit
biueliee, Tuiqu le. Rrrutt, Knapsack, Hue-
wl.i.t.l. X .In . Illm.. T -.11... lu llttli..
1...U3IJ, r.llfll III. I1IIUUC, V IIIIKlin, IIUMI-
ston .Nautical, Vicarage, Urucum, ites.uer-
are made pallid anil unmtiaetive hv func-
tional irregularities which Dr. Pieice's
'Favorite Prescription" will infnllib'y
cure. Thousands of testimonials, by
are now oxti Ihl 1 1 ti'4 tho larget UMd most eleg'iu t line f J welrv md ultabk' llr.lldav prr.
tins ever shown i i ourcitv. n .din edditio . toeverv noi ui'm worth o koou-isoIii mickekii
y'VHn which en tit esyou to a alianceonu niauiotiu Ring valuett at i.l t. N . Uolit out value,
UUI Ihllll U bll I Mill MfMrH IS f I. 1.1 .U'I II M IM
ere-JiKST IN THH WOULD rs
Dougola.Top, and every
We have just received an
closing sale of an Eastern manufactory at about 50 cents on tho
dojlar, and offer them at correspondingly low prices. Note a
few - 0f the drives :
twanLx,n'nm tm-ui i. q r.c u n rn . i l.. ...
ti , V , c aa X inn 1 '' I xt ' V y
-New Markets at 6.00, worth 10 00; twenty five New Markets ia
isrpwn ana lsiuck,, nanasome goods, at y ou, worth 15.0.Q; fifteen
Children's Sacque Cloaks at 1.00; twenty Havelocks at 1.50;
twenty-five Ladies' Short Wraps at 4.00, worth 6.00,
BIG DRIVES IN
tnirty-eignt-tnch. AH w ool Tricots at 40 cents; .thirty-eight-mch.
All Wool Serges 35 cents; elegant Cloth rtuits, with Braided
Pnnnla nt ft 9V f.irmw nvinn 1 '. Rl T7 ,V n I? R W T?. A TT.., .,..
nificent Stock at OXtremelv low
...., w w,v, ....... J "U .M
BROWNING & CO.,
No. 3 Eftlt SdOOnd
TtiK liHndsimeBt line of solid silver
case goods ever shown in this city caa
now be seen at Hopper & Murphy's. With
every dollar's worth of goods bought yox
atogiven a ticket on theelegautcombina
:inn ring and ntud worth $300.
rmiNimiKD ay w. a. Norton.
Yesterdays ("oMug-Deceuiber wheat, 7Vi
Muy wheai, 8j; Muy coru, 41; Jauuur
lo-day'x ipenlng- December wheat, T5C"
7fl; May when ,8 . Wi, K- ; May eora,
K; January pom $13 3i. 1)H74.
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OrtBee WB. --.... .-.! asS
MolajBBes, new crop, per gal MMMMMM. K
UoldenUrrup ...u........... t
tiorgnm, Kancy Nw.., ..,..,, .,,, : ; m
Sugar, yellow ft .... , 6M(
Hugar, extra c V I6........ .... (BC
Hncar A.yft , f
dajcar, powdered, per in ..,......- I
Hugar.Kew Orleans, Dt tt. vj
Teas, W B . .. 60T
O 1 Oil, head light gal R
doon.ioreafcfaann fa ..... 1S
Bacon, clear Kldes, per B........, lrJ
Bacon, Utuu. B .. hlf)i
Bacon, Buonlders,per ft -
Beans Vual ..... ..' 8UA
Butter.Vft. . .... ..-. lo '&
lilcks.iu. eaca.... --.- . 16336
Egs,WdoK ; .. . to&m
Klonr, Umestoue, per mmi ,,,,,, a as
Kloor, Old Oold, per barrel . .. 5 SS
Flour, Maysvlllo Kaucy, per barel., 4 m
floor, Mason County per barrel..... ' 4 f
Flour, Royal Patent, per barreU-.. -4 It
Flour, Maysvllle Family, por barrel . 4 ti
r uiur, uraimra, per back.....
Houey, per lb .....
Komlny, V uallon..-... M..
Meaiw peca .
Onions, por psclr .. ,.......... n m
"otfltiwvrerpeck . 2EM
Appleo.per peck . ........... 40
This pnw ler never varies. A marvel of po-
Itv, Mronu'ih utid wi olehomnes. Mote eco
nomical limn the oulliiiir.v kliiiln, ami cannot
be uliI In com tiet ii Ion wltn the mtil Itmie of
low t t, Mlinrt welg t, iiluro or phosphate
I'OWdeia. Hold oi.lv in mis. KO A ' ItAK
r (t P'ttt'l)"" Vn . I fl Wnll i . Now Yrkw
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invoice of Wraps boucht at tho
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