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THE FINE3T IST TH3 LAND! W, H. 3MCB&.N3' $3,00 SHOE3, AP HQNAS; TRY A PAIR
DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
rosser & McCarthy,.
TUESDAY EVEN'G, DEO., 27, 1887
Indications "Trrmer weather, threat'
ining, with rain."
, Cnni6TUA8 cocoanut pudding, at Cal
houn's. v . .
' Beautiful slippers for holiday presents,
at Miner's. ., d20dtfwlt
Sick and bilious headache cured by
Dr. Pierce's " Pellets."
Ehbmann & Sons' Eclipse " caramels,
Tich and puro, are sold by A. Bona &
Job Hakt, of the Red Corner Clothing ,
House, left last Sunday to visit his parents
Ton Stoceton is clerking for Bell,
Miller k Co., large dry goodB dealers at
Bona fc Co. sell Empson's candies
beBt and purest in market. Also crys
talized fruits. dtf
Mr Rodert L. HoEFLicn has sailed for
Kassau, Bermuda Island, where he will
remain until spring.
Tir 'total atooa&t f revenue' paid intfc
the iSUifc owary tluring the last fiscal
year was $3,038,153836
B. F. Cuft has sold to Frank Lee
about one half acre of land on the old
Blue Lick dirt road, for $100 cash.
' TiiBfeK is but little if any improvement
in th condition of Mr. O. W. Bierley
who has been ill for some time.
Bassktt Jknkins, of Joplin, Mo., is
spending a few days in this city and
vicinity with friends and relatives.
Bork, Christmas eve., Io the wife of,
Deputy County Clerk J. B. Noyes, a son,
J. B. Noyes, Jr.; weight ten pounds.
Mkssfes. John I.' Mathews, John I.
3aulsberry and Duke A. Rudy left this
morning for Los Angeles, California.
Tub Becond reception by the Knights
Templar Club will be held in the asylum
at the Masonic Temple this evening.
Mr. L. Hill returned this morning
from Cincinnati where he spent Christ
mas and attended to some business mat
ters. The law firm of Oassiday Jc McCartney
of Flemingsburg, will dissolve partner
ship the first of next month, by " mutual
Tnscaffeof Z. T. Young against Cap
tain McPherson of the -State Guards,,
pending in the court at Mt. Sterling, has
been.continued ill -.next May. j
Auono the many handsome presents
received byllev.'Mr. Beardsley and fam
ily .Christmas was an order for one of(
Bechinger 'A'Co.'b finest overcoats.
"Thb marriage o'f Mi'sa SalHo H. Hblton,
fTuokahoe,, to Mr, 'Elijah Lloyd, of Jqp-j
lin, Mo., will take place to-day a t,t he home
of the bride'B father, Mr, W. 0. 'Holton.'
Mrs- Jennie Clark, who has charge of
;tl$Wttftfptm:etttbf the coWt it North'
Middletown, Ky., i's spending Uhe' 'holi
day vacation with her Bister, "Mrs. James
H. Rogers. . .
When was there a more "beautiful
Christmas day than last Sunday? Still
most everv one would have preferred to
have seen a heavy snow instead of the
The Board of, Trade of Portsmouth has
desided to donate .eleven acres of land
to the Ohio & Northwestern Railroad on
condition the car-shops and yards are
' located at that place.
S. A. Wood, formerly with Vicroy &
Lee, is in town shaking bauds with his
many friends. Sam's studio is now in the
Arcade, at Cincinnati, where he is doing
well " paintln' picturs."
Tub trial of Henry Baaoom Campbell,
for WHintf Marshal Ed VVhlfalcer at
Georgetown, 0,,-will begin on Ihe'Dla of
January. Judge Clcary, of Covington,
will assist in the prosecution.
' ' '
unbroVlas which we do not desire tooarry '
over' the hoUlays, and will be.(5losod out j
at special bargains. Call and exatalne.
HoprKR & MoaruY.
Jokn WiiESLin, tho "Jftukot qtreot cqri
foctionor, who is always solicitous ttf the
welfare of 'his friends and anxious that
his .newspaper friends especially should
Tiof suffer, has the thanks of tho Bulle
tin for fresh oyeters-pn Christmas day. ,
.1.1 ': '. . . '
' t2rtS;,f ow-H-.Si guw"" ?I Mn T-a
m6n arid make 'om Uay 'cuss "words."
The five months' tfe-up 'Was "enoMgh, BUt
the big bloats - hare to. drag. thamMlyM
o-rerte bavfi once iaore,ahd wlllsoon
be compelled to go to the bank again.
Mato Fish's Troubles.
The Cincinnati Enqulror Bays the mys
tery surrounding the cutting of George
Fish tho other morning grows the more
the affair is investigated. Fish is the first
mate of the steamboat St. Lawrence, and
he wasfouud at tho corner of Green and
Pleasant streets early one morning,
badly cut in the face. The cutting was
done at the corner of Fifteenth and Vine.
Mr. Fish had been spending a few hours
with a lady friend in the north end of tho
city, and then started for home. He
stopped in a saloon near where the cut
ting was done and leisurely drank a glass
ur mu mi uuur. noiuro leaving un luutt a
drink of absinthe, and his me.mory after
that grow somewhat cloudy. He remem
bers going out on the pavement in front
of the saloon and starting to walk away.
Two men came up in front of him, one
of whom ia supposed to be a certain con
ductor on the 0. H. and D., Railroad.
As the men drew near one" was heard
to say: "There ho i!" followed y
" Give it to him !" Then oae accused
him of insulting some woman, and the
bright blade of a knife flashed. The an
Known man slashed him in the face, and
then both took totheir heels. Almost
overcome by tho Bhock, and in a short
time rendered weak by the loss of blood,
Fish "became bewildered, and was in tbat
condition when found by Henry Gibben
and Henry Da ter, who brought him to
Dr.. Thuman's office, where the wound
was dressed. ,
"MieS' JrtiA WontniNGTONthe accomplished-daughter
of Mr.S. Mv Worthing
ton, will entertain the Fern Leaf Kitchen
Belle Club to-morrow evening at her
olegant country home. The occasion
promises , to be a very enjoyable one.
About olghty invitations are out, each
member Of the club being ontifled to
issue not exceeding two, and it will bo a
rare treat to all lucky enough to attend.
,At the regular meeting of Pisgah En
campment, I. 0. 0. F., last ovening the
following officers were chosen for the en
C. P. John Hhepnrd,
H. P.-O. 0. Calhoun.
S. "W.-J. L. Daulton.
.1. W. John K. Rudy.
Treasurer James Smith.
Scribe. Byron Rudy.
The Cincinnati & Southeastern Hail
road has abandoned its track from Flem
ingsburg to Hillsboro. The reason ns-
I signed is the light business and heavy
John Dunn, of Union City, Ky., was
in town Christmas day.
Miss L'icille Turnoy, of Paris, is the
guest of Miss Jenule Frazee.
Mr. and Mrs.Charloa Walthor returned
last night from Higginsport.
Miss Nellie Byrne left this morning on
a visit to friends at Lexington.
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Barrett, of Cin
cinnati, are guests of John Kirk.
Misses Maggie .Moore and Mollie Con
cannan are visiting at Covington.
Miss Carrie Davis, of MrirkieUtreet, baa
returned from a visit at Cincinnati.
Charles A. Stewart, of Richmond, Ky.;
is visiting his parents intheiFifthiwitrfl,
, Reiser, Wood, of Chicago, spent Christ
mas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David
Mioses .Emma 'and 'Lena Modns nro
visiting 'Miss Jennie Clifton Taylor, of
Falmouth. , ,
Ernie White, tof Danville, 111., Ms ia
townapendingafewdays with .his 'father,
Mr. 0. H. White.
Mark Donovanj of the Winchester,
Ky., Democrat, spent Sunday and Mon
day with his parents.
Mr.W. J.flicholl returned last night
from 'Cincinnati, where he had been
spending a few days.
.Neal Leach, who has been attending
school at Lexington, ii at homo to spend
the rest of the holidays.
John T. Hanley and wife, of Frankfort,
are spending tho holidays with friends
'and relatives in this city.
Miss Anna Knox, assistant teacher in
school No. 1, is -spending fiie holiday
vocation her homo in. Newport.
Miss Blanche Wilson, of Aberdeen, is
spending; a low usys win nersmier, aw
...-. -.. , ,,, , ...j. ...
Mautle Wilson. nt Mlduietown, unio.
Miss Mary Beardsley left on the noon
tTaln to-ddy to'upend the rest of "tho holl-
jByfl wUh rIenda at parjs an(i Millers-
professor lM. Doraqy'McOlure.bf Paris,
K jflreKl8terrid at'the St. Charles Hotel
as the guest of U. 8. storekeeper V. H.
Mwj.Charles Wood has returned to her
home' in Mason' County after a-pleaa'ant
visit-to her fatbor,'Mr..W. J. Rankins.
Mr.uandMrs. Arthur M. Oarapbellof
Muncie, inu,, anu air. anu jn.. uotwu,
Camp boll' and family.
Dr. JT. W. Ishmiel aHd mn, Browne,
were out from Maysville last week,, and
Browne". Will tealn.during the holidays.
Mt. Olivet Democrat.
Tub fourth monthly meeting of the
Mason Comity Teachers' Association will
be held at Lewisburg on the 21st of Janu-.
ary, 1888. The programme will appear
in a fow days.
The big Bostoua passed up this morn
ing but Will hardly be able to get any
further than Guyan this trip on account
61 low water. She will probably 'tio up
again on her return to Cincinnati.
Tiik Chairman of the Kentucky Dem
ocratic Committee has issued a call for
a caucus of the Democratic members of
the Legislature for Thursday, December
20th, in tho Legislative halls at Frank
I Hill, tho grocer, reports an immense
Christmas trade. His entire force was
, kept busy on Saturday, and even-then
could not attend to the business. There
I were eleven customers waiting their turn
I at one time to get their Christmas gro
ceries and candies.
The force of track-layers on the South
Side Railroad have reached Tygart Creek.
The bridge will be cimpleted by the lat
ter part of the week, when the two con
struction crews will soon close up the gap
or twenty-six miles between Tygart and
Vanceburg. Portsmouth Tribune.
Mr. Albert Mohan and Miss Callie
Morford, both of this city, wore married
last evening at the home of Rev. D. A.
Beardsley, on Fourth street. Mr. Joe
Morford and Miss Annie Clayton were
the attendants. The newly-wedded
couple left shortly after the ceremony to
spend the honeymooon at Cincinnati.
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DeKalb Lodge No. 12, 1. 0. 0. F., will
elect officers for the ensuing six months
to-night. There are .more than thirty
names proposed for the office of Vice
Grand, and n livery race is expected. No
one seems to have the lead xnd it is quite
probable that a "dark horse" will come
under' the string. A full attendance is
William L. Davidson, who played the
part of Santa Claus in the entertainment
at the Methodist Episcopal Church Sat
urday niuht, was quite badly burned
about the neck. While walking along
the street on his way home he whs shot
at by some boys with Roman randies, the
blazing balls setting fire to the costume
he had worn at the church and which he
still had on.
Tiik steamer Big Sandy had a rough
trip down the other night. She had 1,
500 batrels of Bait and a lot of other
freight nnd stock on board. I he Enquirer
says : " The big gale struck her at Scioto
Tlllo at nine o'clock, and from that time
till four o'clock the next morning she
had the whole river to herself. Below
Portsmouth she passed some two-boat
and barges laid out on the baftsideways,
and at Twin Creek she had to put head
to the bank and hold herself against the
wind for two hours, while some un
known two-boat, with a long string of
empties, -was fighting the storm and com
pletely Wlqcktnglhe channel at'tbe hoad
(of 'the chute. The Bandy's big xabins
were filled with passengers, a majority of
whom were ladies, who showed their
confidence ,in, thejjeawortliineaa of the
beat, witb Ua.flo)id oak,r ndh.e..jHar.-
wge'ment'of 'ihe-Crew'byaolrlgto aleep to
.Urtan'of 'Clrriatmas anfl -vrdke u ?fo a
n -.ureuuasr, ,anu iuuukb jo uiyjuiiu
William and Mate Honry iSirJcer, anu
Pilots Ambrose Dennis and Ed. Will
iamson. Sunken and drifting barges all
along 'tho, river told something of the
strength and fury of the seven hours'
Turnpikes and Toils-'Covenant Run
ning With "Land.
The Court of Appeals reversed the
case of the Mavsville and Lexington J
Turnpike Company against Linville a
few days ago, taken up from .Nicholas
County. The opinion of the court by
Judge Barbour says :
Governor Metcalfe granted to a turnpike
company tho privilege ot quarrying look
upon bis land, lu consideration of which the
company agreed to allow httn aud hla family
to pass through .Its; gates free of toll, the
written contract Including : " Fjr the faith
ful fulfillment of this agreement I bind my
self and my heirs, and any person or persons
to whomi may sell my farm, It being under
stood that the snld company shall extend to
my heirs and successors In ownership of ray
lands thesunie privileges herein and hereto
fore granted to me and for my benefit." The,
appellee, the owner of a small parcel of the
land as a remote vendee of Governor Met
calfe, seeks to enjoin tho company lrom re
quiring him to pay toll.
JltbX First A. burden placed by tho. owner
upon, laud, such as tie right to quarry rock.
upon It, Is strictly speafciuga covenant run-.
nlug with the' land unless It Is evidenced by a
deed acknowledged and reoorded as provided
In the, statute. Therefore' the vendees who.
should,purohase in Ignorance of the contract
between Gov. Metcalfe and the turnpike com-t
pauy would have the right to object to tho
latter quarrying rock upon the land which
iestroys tho mutuality of tho contract aud
therefore its validity.
Hocond .Even if it be admitted that under
the contract ,ho rjglit which Governor Met-;
calls pad wqult pass with, the farm to the
helrwho flhould becomo lts,owner,.or to one
to whom It sbould be conveyed, the contract;
does not .mean that each heir or each vended
who -may in.the.future own a parcel otlils,
landS'sbaU be-glven alright equal to that
Widob.-as the sole owner of the land, he-en-i
Joyed, and as appellee does not show tbat be
ftaa succeeded to that right, his injunction
should be dissolved.
e ta the Only Machine
IN THIS PLACE.
Buy Your Rub
bers ok Us
Croacont Eool Plate Machlna.
Plate on Rubberi double tieir weaz.
are now exhibiting the largest and most elegant line of Jew
elky and suitable Holiday Presents ever shown in our city,
and in addition to every dollar's worth of goods sold a ticket is
given, whibh entitles you to a chance on a DIAMOKD RIBfa
valued at $300. No fictitious value, but hard cash, if you de
sire. No. 43 Second street, Maysville, Ky.
CALL AND 8EE US FOR
HANDKERCHIEFS AND MUFFLERS-Linen Handkerchiefs at
12J, 15, 20. 25 cms Silk Hundk. rchiefs at 10, 15. 25, 35, 50 cents and up,
uusnmera Aiuiuers in great variety at zv, 3a, ou, 70 inu $1
Ladies', Gentlemen's and Cliildren'a MITTENS; Cloth, KM. Dog and Buck
skin GLOVED in all styles nt bottom prices; beautiful stock of Ladies' Gentlemen's
and Children's HOSIERY from 10 centa to $1 per pair; bargains in Black Groa
Grain Silk aee the goods we are showing at 95c, $1 124 and $1 37-1.
Prices cut in two. Jackets, $1.75, $2 50, $3 00 and $4.00 ; ewmaikets at $3.50 and
$5.00; elegant Plush Short Wraps at $18, reduced from $2i; Children's Cloaks, $1,
$2 and $3 Call and look through our stock ; you will tiud something to suit you
BROWNING & CO.,
No. 3 East Second Street, Maysville, Ky.
Tub festive fire cracker and other com
positions of powder and dynamite got in I
their usual work last night. Tha firing,
was kept up for aeveral hours on Second '
, i, -, ; . , . , ...
und Market BtreetB where mock battles
wnr wnififl flnrrn nnd nftn PpdAstrL '
were wagea, uerce anu ouen. eaestn-
ana had to take a round abont way home
, .. , . , ... ,, ,
or be :pelted atievory stop with .nil. sorts '
of explosive missiles. The sidewalks
riear'Market this istorning "gave numerous
evidences of lastnighUa revelry.. ",Buot
ed " tflre crackers, Jloman candles, letc,
ilay-scattered Un -all directions. Sofar-we
havB not heard of any Berious results
(Am tliA avnnttin'i tmit hnr wa ova
uuui tu vtuuiud iiutivj ivuu no iu
sure this ia not .the fault of tho ".shoot-1
ere." It was during a similar 'time at
German town last year that 'Squire Les
lie H. Mannen lost an eye. It isindqed
a wonder that either limb or property
escaped in buoIi a fusilade as was kept up
here. The fighters throw the explosives
right at ech other, and againFt show '
windows regardless pf consequences. "A '
little fun now and then io relished by the '
best of mon," but it is easily carried too
far, and these Xmas battles should ho
stopped in timo to avoid serious personal ,
inj'uries or damage to proprety. I
For "worn out" "run-down," dobili-t
tated school teachers, milliners, seam-1
stresses, housekeepers, and overworked j
women generally, Dr. Pierce's Fav orite ,
Prescription is the beat of all restorative
tonics. It is not a " cure-all," but admi- j
rably fulfills a singleness of purposo, be-1
ing almost potent specific for all those i
chronic weaknesses and diseases peculiar
to women. It is a powerful, general as J
well as uterine, tonic and nervine, and '
imparts vigor and strength to the whole
svstera. It promptly cures woakness of
I atomach, indigestion, bloating, weak back,
nervous prostration, dobility and sleep
lossness, in either box. Favorite Pro
scrintion is sold, by druggists under our
positive guarantee. See wrupper around
bottle. Price $1 00 a bottle or six bottles
A large treatise on diseases of women,
profusely illustrated with colored plates
IT.I ;U...,. wr.J .na .Anf tk ton
coots in stamps,
HUM .4U...W.UUU 1IWVU VMU, UV...V .W. VVII,
'Address, W orld's Disponsary Medical
Association, 063 Main streot. Buffalo,
. i i
Most attractive store in town in "Oox'
Bulldmg." Fine old wines and liquera
for medical purposes. Pure drugs,
Toilet articles In great variety.
FOB RUBBERS, is a positive, sav
ing. Prevents cutting at tho hool.
Doublos tho wear. Flatos attached
FREE on Rubbers bought at
2J, 5, 10,
, The drama "Aboye the Clouds." rendered
by 'M ine rvn Dramatic Club last Friday even-
lug mi qtiltsucots In every reupeotJwThe
n0,ors desrrve great praise tor the munuer.m
wlllcll ,ney co,iuotfi(t their ports. Home of
the' promlseto become-famous shou'd they
makenbemagen profession It was said 'by
theater-going people to have beenrenderedtu
granu siyie mr araaieuisaua wen wortnytne
patronage of -all.
(Elie-aboveidrama will be renderedt Oer
.mnutownon Wednesday evening, December
S8tb, and ut Dover on Friday evening, Decem
: T,. rIv(r . .. .,. n. P!,fahl1r
jftnd moat aj, intwr-diate points ,
"This powder never varies. A marvel of pu
rlty.'strength and wholesomuess. More eco
nomical limn tho ordinary UIikIh, and cannot
do tout in competition witu me m
low tfst, short welg it, alum or
rowuer8. hoiu only in cans, uuyau uaiv
1MO POWDKBCO, ICG Wall St.. New York.
Tho annual meitlnir of tho Masou County
, 9.a OhMK MUKK 3l,,ltW, 8t7 O Clock p m .t
the Council Chamber. All members aro rH
quested Io bo present.
27d6t M. C. UU8SELL, Hcorotn ry.
and Wbtskev Mb
out pain. Dookof par.
n. M.WOOLLBY. M.D.
tjaicu an WbltebaU su
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