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DAILY EVENMi BULkllA.
DAILV, EXCEPT SUNDir.
rosser it McCarthy, -
MONDAY EVEN'Q, 'DEO, 5 1887.
Indications " Colder, folloned by warm
Genuine French peaa Now England
ince meat, at Calhoun's.
W. W. Ball has sold a lot in Dover to
1. B. Wright for $110 cash.
Mrs. Dr. John H. Tate, of Cincinnati,
is visiting Mrs. Laura G. Dim mitt.
Willis P. Din'obr is confined to bis
homo in the Fifth ward by sickness.
Colonbl Lsi Edwards, a tobacco mer
chant of Ripley, was here Saturday.
Frank Smith and wife havo gone to
Covington to make it their future homo.
H. V. Morris, of tho Augusta Repub
lican, spent yesterday in this city with
To-day is " pension day " and County
Clerk Ball and Deputies Noyes and Myall
United States Stokekkp.r V. H.
Pkrkins is now on duty at
onded warehouse I
Mm. OroN's umbrella was taken from
the dressing room jat opera house Friday
sight 'Pleas return to Mr. Cecil's.
Geo. W. SiwraoN, aged fifty-one, and
totally blind, 'nd Frances Volph, ilged
forty-oti and 'blirxd in bno 'oye, Voro
siarrled at'Falmauth Thursday.
Father Mathuws' Total AssriKEXCB
Soolrrr took in Sevonteon new members
yesterday, a result of Father Bond's fine
lecture on temperance a few weeks ago.
'Squins Leslie Makndn has sold and
Conveyed to Thomas J. Winter the un
divided half Interest in tho brick livery
stable property in Germantown for $200
Major Henry Clay Wilmaus, of Bath
County, a brother of Senator Williams,
had one of his hands badly lacerated a
few days ago by tho explosion of a gun
O. B. Pkarck nnd W. H. Wadsworth,
Jr., have sold and conveyed to J. M. and
John C. Rains tho Eliza Johnson resi
dence property, west side of Maddox ave
nue for $3,000 cash.
Mrs. J. K. Lloyd and Mr. J. M. O.
Ballenger received a telegram Saturday
evening that their mother, Mrs, M. W.
Ballenger, was seriously ill at Cincinnati.
Mrs. Lloyd left for that city yesterday.,
James J. Ryan, the Kentucky Contral
brake'mau 'who had one of his hands
badly maBbed at Johnson a week or so
ago, was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital at
Lexington Saturday. Ho is improving
Foil weak lungs, spitting of blood, short
ness of 'breath, 'consumption, highl
it weata arid all lingering conghsy Dr.
Pierce'd " fcolden Medical Discovery" is
a sovereign remedy. Superfor to cod
)iver oil. By druggists.
' The examining trial of Charlos JUm-
eey, for shooting and wounding George
Ewing Thanksgiving night with intent to
kill, .'was' held 'Saturday before Mayor
Pearce.' pamsoy tffls hold ov0r,.dnd In
default of '$500 bail Was Bent to jail.
Hon. Jssfc ELLis.'the prominent attor
ney and pension-lawyer, wishes to inform
11 pensioners'that h will fill out th'oir
vouchers and attend toiall 'pension busi
ness promptly. Can'bt-fonn'd at-hirf office-
inHTesid'enco, Second Btrest, Aberdeen.
Commonwealth's Attorney James H.
&ALLM left yesterday for Marion, Ark.,
n legal business. Several years ago one
O. C. Gopenhavor died there, leaving
a considerable estate. Mr. Sallee repre
sents the Haver children of this county,
who aro the only heirs at law.
Wm. Todd and Mibs Mollis Rankjns,
of Fleming County, wore married Thurs
day'evenirig by 'Squire Beasloy, at Abdr
deen. "They were accompanied by Eli
MpKee and "Miss Jennie E -unions. Tho
party were guests 'at Heiser's Hotel that
sight, and left yesterday-for their home,
Horpsa & Murfuy, the jewelers, have
a beautiful display of ladies' and gent's
gold watche1, arid remember for every
dollar's worth of goods, they give a ticket
which entitles the purchaser to a chance
on the elegant combination ring and
stud worth $300 cash given to the win
ner if preferred.
Eutiu Puaii, ther.ipi8t who was con
victed at Flemingsburg a few days ago,
wob in jail at that place when informed
of his seutence to tho ponitontiary for ten
yours, He at once commenced playing
cruzy and attempted to butt his brains
out against tho bars of his cell. Jailer
Ryan should havo served Pugh as Jailer
FiUgerald did turned the. hoso on him, j
A CROOK RUN DOWN.
Dr. Waito, the Medicine Fakir,
Custody on the Charge of Forg
ery and Abduction. '
I Tho peop'e of Mnysville have 'not for
gotten Dr. A. A. Wuite, the oily-tongued
medicine mHn, who. with his band of
Indinn, Bpent about six weeks herodur-
ing tho summer of 18S6, selling Ka-ton-ka
and Modoc Oil and giving lectures and
sleight-of-hand performances. Crowds
flocked to Jiis tents in Litnestono Creek
bottom night after night during his stay,
and many Buffered themselves to be hum-
bugged into buying is patent nostrums,
After leaving here he made a tour of the
towns in Central and Northeastern Ken
tucky, and succeeded in gulling tho peo
ploand coining money wherever he went
Many believed ho was a grand rascal, and
were confident the truth would finally
como out. The wily Waite and his In
dians wintered at Lexinuton last winter,
and then along in the spring he "skipped"
between two dayB "by tfte light of the
moon " leaving n number of creditors f,o
bewail their loss. Recently he was ar
rested at Mury ville, Tenn ,on two serious
chiirgea of abduction and forgery, andi
judging from the following he has p rob-1
ably " reached the end of his rone." The
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The prisoner Is Dr. A. A. Wnlle, alias Dr.
agenoy In the country. The acencs ol his
crimes are Corry, Penn., and Lynn, H ask, but
She Is well known in thin clly.
Ho Is a large, woll-bullt felloir, with heavy,
dark, mustache, and Wears long, curly hair.
His real occupation Is that of a medicine
faklrrtlioueb he can turn his hand to olmoat
anything." About two years Ago he turned
up in this city With a patent fluid ink-eraser
and a corn remedy, which he sold from a
little stand on the street corners about town.
He was uocorupahled by a young nud pre
possessing woman, whom he represented as
YhIIe hero tbewomaa was taken grievously
ill, and was treated by a Dr. Fierce, whose
office was at No. 12 West Ninth street. Alter
she recovered (.be disappeared suddenly, and
Waite left here without her. Kioru subsequent
developments it was learned that her home
was in Lynn, Mass, where uhe is well con
nected, and that Waite abducted hor under
promise of marriage.
After Waite left Cincinnati nothing wus
heard from him unlll about six months ago,
whon he turned up lnCoiry, Penu., under the
namo of Dr. Ht icy. He obtained employment
with a large patent medlolue house there ruu
by one Cal KdwnrdH. Wnlto engaged to travel
through the South Introducing the stuff, and
as a meaus of collecting a crowd he gave ex
hibitions of sleight oMiaud tilcks, exposures
of Spiritualism and faith cures. About six
weeks ago he wa called back toL'orry, Penu.,
andremalnel thereabout one week making
prepnrntlous for stalling out with a new
medicine. While there he forged a check or
draltfor S3,C00on the Otm by whom lie wan
employed, and to make matters even ho
skipped out with the wife of u hardware iner
chant there. The couple were seen boarding
the train together, and the lady was stopped
by her friends, to whom she said she was com
ing to Cincinnati to see some f rleudi. Hince
then this statement has been found to be un
true, and it is believed that Bhc eloped with
the fakir. Walle's dlscrlptlou was sent to the
detective agencies throughout tho country
when the Lynn, Mass., chapter of the c,no
was learned. Wlttehashadboldofhecasefor
about one montb,-nd Thursday he received
word of Waite's arrest at Mary.vllle, Pedn.,
by Captain Overton.
From all acoounU hi is a clever crook. He
can pass-as an evaugellst, phynlclun, show'
man or lecturer, and cau take almost any
part In the drama of deception. He can pluk
almost any look in the country, and hasevou
been.kuown to get up tn the pulpit in some
ol the churches In the smaller Southern
towns and preach a sermon that would brlnp
tear to the eyes of his congregation. :An
,hour later, it he found tho right sort of peo
ple, he was at n gaming table fleeolug suckers
like an old-timer. Waite will be taken Jbaok
'to Pennsylvania, and whon they Kefthreagh
wlth'hlm there the Massachusetts authorities
wil cUlttvuto hlsacquatbtance.
Regular mee'ting of Confidence Lodge
No. 52, F. nnd A. M., this evening at 7
o'clock election of officers and payment
of dues. Johh Hiser, W. M.
County Court Porceedings.
J, B. Bentley, George W. Sulsor and
Thomas Fornian were appointed Proceo
sioners of Mason County for four years.
A report of E. W. Galbraith, adminis
trator of George Galbraitli,fllodat Octo
bor term and eontinuod for exceptions,
was ordered recorded.
Rising here, but stationary at head
wators at last accounts.
Tho Bonanzi nnd St. Lawrence resum
ed yesterday after five months MJeness.
Tho Ohio passed up for Pomeroy yester
Twenty-eight light bargos of coal wnro
slapped Saturday from Point Pleasant.
O. T. Kneoreara, of tho Juhling Coal
Company, received a shipment of coal
this morning by Btenmer Jessie.
'Squirm Beasley, of Aberdeen, officia
ted nt a double wedding yesterday after
noon. The couples were William Wat
son and Mollie Sliockley, and Benjamin
Perkins and Sallie Gray, all of Fleming
County. The bridal party were guests at
Heisor'fl Hotel last night, and left for
home this morning.
MASON COUNTY BIBLE SOCIETY.
Tho Sixty-Fifth Annual Meeting Sun-
dayEvonlng at the First Pros
" ibyterian Ohurck. ' -
Tho .sixty-fifth annual meeting of the
Maysrille and Mason County Bible
Society was held in tho First ProsbYtft-
riari"Chnrch last evening, beginning at 7
o'clock. President G. W. Blattorman
presided. Owing to the absence of Mr.
G.fli Judd, Secretary, W. G. 8adler was
appointed Secretary for the evening,
The exercises of the evening were be-
gun with singing by the choir, followed
by reading of scripture by Rer. W. 8.
Priest, of the Christian Church. Prayer
was then offered by Bev.D. A. Beardi
loy, of tho U. E. Church, South.
The minutes of the last annual meeting
were read "and approved. The report of
the Treasurer and Depositary was next
read showing :
Bibles and Testament on hand At last re
port, and received during the ye.tr, S253.76. ,
Bible donated during tio year, $3.40.
Amount of Hale during the yoar.438.03.
Bibles and Testament rem it nlug In deposi
Amount of collections from the vnrlnus
churches of this city during tho yer, $39.95.
on motI onlerud d QQ tfae mlnutes'
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After the reading of this report it was,
I ui iun ouuioirjr
The e,ection of offlcerB and Execativo
nnmmtftaa liotnw Jn nrflnf hn fntlnailn..
persona were appointed to select names
to be put in nomination viz: Alfred
Worick, John JVI. Rains, Rudolph K.
Hoeflich and Hamlet K. Hharpe, who
presented the following namrs :
For President Ueo. W. Ulaittrrnan.
For Treasurer James Hrmtli.
For Secretary W. C. bUdler.
Ezeculire Comml'tfO A. J. McDougl", H.
Lj. Newell, A. M!"J. Cochran, J. D. Hruor, Unite
M. Lano.Jas. H. Hall.
The oandidalua named were unani
On motion it wa resolved that each of
the pastors of tho various protuslant
churches in this city and county who co
operate with the Hible Society be nnd is
hereby constituted a Vice President of
this society for one year from l his date.
The next regular meeting of tho soci
ety was appointed to bo hold in tho M.
E. Church on the first Sunday in Decem
ber, 1888, at 7 o'clock p. in.
On motion of Rev. Russell Cecil, sec
onded by Rev. John S. Hays, it was or
dered thut tho executive committee be
instructed to request all the pastors of
the protest mt churches of the city and
county who will corporate with the so
ciety to each take up a collection during
tho coming year in his church for the
bible ciuse, and pay thejsame to Treas
urer of tho society.
Addresses were then delivered by Rev.
Russell Cecil, of tho Central Presbyterian
Church, and Rev. Dr. George 8avnge,
district agent of the Americ tn Bible So
ciety. After sinning of the doxology by tho
choir, tho benediction was pronounced
by Rev. Thorn ts'Hanford, of the M. E.
The Bulletin is indebted to Mr. W.
C. Sadler, Secretary pro torn, for
utes of the proceedings.
MR. GREEN ACQUITTED.
Judge Walton Decides that tho
Shooting of Baldwin Was Domo
The examining trial of Thomas M.
Green in tho City Court at Lexington
ended Saturday evening last, about four
o'clock. The arguments were commenc
ed Friday afternoon, Judge Hunt for the
defense and J. H, Beaucampe for prose
cution speaking. On Saturday Judge
Thornton and Hon. W. H. Wadsworth
spoke for defense, and Judge Denny and
Ciiy Attorney Hutahius for tho prosecu
tion. At tho conclnsion of the argu
ments, Judgo Matt Walton summed up
the testimony briefly, and dismissed tho
warrant, holding that it was a plain caee
of self-defense on1 the part of Mr, Qreon.
Mr. and Mrs. Qreen, accompanied by
Hon. W, H. Wadsworth, returned home
Saturday ovonlng. Mr. Groon vas met
at tho Bank of Maysville by a largo num
ber of his friends and was givon a warm
welcome. All were eager to congratulate
him on the result of the trial.
In speaking of Mr. WadBWOrth's argu
ment the Lexington correspondent of tho
Com mercial-Gnzetto says: "His Bpeech
was about tho finest effort ever made in
the new court houso on behalf of any
man charged with such n serious crime.
It bristled with sharp and witty points,
based on the best of logic and facts, nil
backed up by Coke and Ulacketono.
Ho paid an eloquent coinplimout to tho
public press, and said tho glory ot tho
country would cease whon crimes and
misdemeanors in hUh places could not
bo exposed by tho pen. Ho could see
nothing for tho court to do but dismiss
tho defendant as all law pointed to but
one finding, that pf soU-dofense,"
We hare tlie Only MacMae M
Crwcont Hool Plato Machine.
Tlotej on Rubbers double their wear.
Buy Your Run- Jy .
ok Us M
and have Jy mb
Plates 0T B "Up
fhlon fPi IF
are now exhibiting the largest and most elegant line of Jew
elry and suitable Holiday Presents ever shown in our city,
and in addition to every dollar's worth of goods sold a ticket is
given, which entitles .you to a chance on a DIAMOND RING
valued at $300. jNb fictitious value, but hard cash, if you de
sire. No. 43 Second street, Maysville, Ky.
Christmas ! Christmas! Christmas!
All nre Invited to lnpect the Immense xtock of Holiday GoodsJu.it received at PAUL
HOKKLIUH fc UKO.'S, Market Street, which re oorapoed ol
Umbrella Racks, Cigar Racks,
Coal Vases, Broom Racks,
of every decr ntlon ; nho a fine line ol Toilet
lions. Ac. I'oirt loiRf-t tiia
we nre cloi nr
regardless ot coat.
Heture huyl jg elsewhere
PAUL HOEFLICH & BRO.
We have just received an invoice of Wraps bought at the
closing sale of an Eastern manufactory at about 50 cents on the
dollar, and offer them at correspondingly low prices. Note a
few of the drives :
Twenty-five New Markets at $3.50, worth 6 50 ; twenty-five
New Markets at 5.00, worth 10.00; twenty.five New Markets ia
Brown and Black, handsome goods, at 7 50, worth 15.00; fifteen
Children's Sacque Cloaks at 1.00; twenty Havelocks at 1.50;
twenty-five Ladies' Short Wraps at 4.00, worth 6.00,
thirty-eight-inch All Wool Tricots at 40 cents; thirty-eight-inch
All Wool Serges 35 cents; elegant Cloth Suits, with Braided
Panels, at 8.25, former price 12.50. UNDERWEAR-a mag
nificent stock at extremely low prices.
BROWNING & CO.,
No. 3 East Second St. Maysville.
Try Lnngdon's City Butter Crackers.
School books and school supplies upon
most favorable terms, at G. W. Blattor
man & Co's.
Comu early and have your life-size por
trait made. Makes a valuable Christmas
present. Kackley's gallery.
The latest styles of wall paper and ceil
ing decorations, at J. O. Pecor & Co.'s
drug and book store.
D. Hunt & Son are offering great bar
ruins in dry goods and cloaks. A rare
opportunity for a genuine bargain. See
them. ' nlQdtf
One hundred stamp photos or twenty
four minuettes given free with every or
der for one dozen cabinets, at Kackley's
Tiih Flemingsburg Times-Democrat
sdya: ''Although lHst Monday was a very
cold day, it was not quite cold enough
for our friond Hechlnger to get left, Ht
least we judge he did not by the number
of customers he had in his room at tho
Holladjy House during tho day. Tho
popularity of the clothing that Hechinger
A Co. manufacture is clearly shown by
tho fact that nearly all merchants in our
part of tho State handle them, nnd the
reputation of tlie uouau is such that Mr.
Hechinger frequently, during his trips
through our county, sells his customers
without having a siuglo sample garment
" Her face no lair, nt flesh it seemed tiot
lint heavenly portrait of hrleht augers hue,
Olenrai thoxtcy, without a hlume or blot,
Through Kondly mixture of complexions due.
Andluhercheeku thovermoll red did show.
This is tho poet's description of a wo
man whoso physical Bystem was in a per
fectly sound and healthy state, with every
function acting properly, and is tho en
viable condition of its fair patrons pro
duced by Dr. Pierce's ".FaYorito Pro
Ecriptlon," Any druggist.
FOB RUBBEHS, 1b a positive sav
ing. Frovonts outting at tho hool. I
DoubloB tho woar. Flatos attaohod J
FBEE on Rubbors bought at
Goods. A line line of new dres Goods, No-
out our CLOAKS. JACKETS and all WRAP8
give u a call.
IN DRESS GOODS!
Mr C. O. Hopper and hride returned
Saturday evening from their trip to Chi
cago. Miss Sun Ewing returned to Augusta
Saturday, after spending some days with
the MissPB Coonn.
Mrs. E. L. Hill left thfomomlngon the
St. Liwrenco lor her home at Louisville
after spending some time hero .with
Most attractive store in town in "Cox
Building." Fine old wines attd liquors
lot medicai purposes. Pure drugs,
Toilm MrHlf h .'rortt vipmv
This pow lor never varies. A marvel of pu
rity, atroncPi nnd w'MiIeiomnu&t. Moie eeo
nomlcil than the oidlimry klnrix, and oaunnt.
be sold lu coroiielllloii with ho multitude ot
low test, short wolKut, alum or phntphntit
Powdora. Hold only in cans.
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