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LADIES' BDNGQ&A GOOBYEAR . WELT BUTTON SJJOES, $2.00, REDUCED FROM $3.00, AT BARKLETTS.
A BlG ONE
Will U t&e Closing Meeting of the Cam
paign Saturday flight.
A Grand Bally of the' Single X Dem
ocratic Clubs Fleming and
Kimball' to Speak.
The Democrats of Mason County will
close the campaign with a grand rally at
. the court house Saturday night.
There are twenty-three single X clubs
in the county and they are all invited to
turn out and make the meeting one of
the biggest ever held in Maysville.
Following is the list bt clubs: Tucka
hoc, Burr Oak, riumville, Minerva, Hel
ena, Washington, Dover, Mayslick, Lew
isburg, Lawrence Creek, Fern Leaf, Mont
joy's, Sardis, Mt. Gilead, Germantown,
Murpl'iysvillo, Orangeburg, "Woodward's
Eidge, Oak Woods, Dietrich's Grove,
West Liberty, Charleston Bottom and
Every Democrat in the county is urged
to take part in this grand wind-up of the
campaign. The public cordially invited.
Judge William B. Fleming, of Louis
ville, President cf the Watterson Club,
and an able and eloquent speaker, and
the Hon. Wm. Preston Kimball, of Lex
ington, a Blue Grass orator, will bo pres
ent and discuss the issues of the cam
paign. Haucke's band will furnish music for
the occasion. Remember the date Sat
urday night and be on hand.
Last night was the regular meeting of
the famous Burr Oak Single X Club the
last before the election and aright royal
meeting it was. The speakers and about
a dozen other guests, previous to the
meeting, assembled at the hospitable
home of Mr. and Mrs. William McClel
lan, and sat down to a supper which the
writer's pen would fail to do justice to.
The delicious country ham, the pig, the
oysters, the fried chicken, the superb
coffee, the inumerablo accessories, the
splendid cake, the fruit salads, all pre
pared in that style of cooking unrivalled
outside of Kentucky and served in that
manner for which the hostess is justly
famous throughout the county, would
have tempted the appetite of the most
fastidious epicure. From the way the
speakers attacked the viands, it was
feared by some present it would have a
bad effect on their oratory and they
might, in stock phase, become " too fnll
for utterance" and begin to make excuses
But the contrary proved the case.
Assembled at the school house was a
fair audience. G. R. Gill led off, followed
by John L. Chamberlain, and the ever.
ready W. LaRuo Thomas made the con
cluding speech in his inimitable way.
The speeches were earnest, instructive,
bright and entertaining and judging from
the continuous applause pleased the ap
preciative audience and often aroused
them to enthusiasm.
The Burr Oak Club are most earnestly
at work, and will give a good account of
themselves and their influence for the
good of the cause on election day.
Mr. Gill provoked great applauso by
the following reference to Cleveland : "fie
gave us an administration as pure and
patriotic as that of Washington, as con
stitutional as that of Jefferson, and as
fearless as that of Jackson."
Messrs. W. LaRuo Thomas and John
L. Chamberlain spoke at West Lib
erty School House Tuesday night.
The house was crowded. A colored string
band furnished the music. Messrs.
Thomas and Chamberlain were elegantly
entertained that night at the hospitable
homo of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mathews,
and spent the day yesterday in tho neigh
borhood putting in effective work for tho
A magnificent audience greeted Hon.
W. 0. Owens, of Georgetown, at the court
house last night. In appearance and in
his manner of speaking Mr. Owens re
minds one very much ot tho matchless
Senator Carlisle. Ho dwelt last night on
tho tariff question and Force bill, dis
cussing these questions for about an hour.
Ho was frequently applauded, and his
audience regretted that his speech was
Judge Phistor spoke atBrookayiilo last
night tori' crowd that packed tho court
1 hoiiso. Thp club on horseback nipt him
a mile from town and escorted him to
tho holel., Ho delivered one of tho best
speeches of tho campaign at that rilaco.
The supplemental registration closed
last night. During tho thred days eighty
two voters' names wore enrolled. This
makes tho total registration in tho city
M. James Dunn's friends will regrqtto
learn ho was taken worse last night, and
his. condition for awhile was very critical.
If Err buckwheat Calhoun's.
Fbesii pineapples, at Martin Bros'.
Tobacco in barn8,ins.by D. M. Runyon.
Tornado policies W. R. Warder, agt.
Geo. W. Sulser, law, tire insurance.
Dulet & Baldwin insure tobao'co in
G. S. Jud, insurance and collection
Reoular meeting of the City Council
A. M. Campbbll, real-estate, loans and
Monet to loan on real estate security.
Apply to A.D.Cole, Master Commissioner.
OggieWalker and Ella Boyd, a colored,
couple,were granted marriage license this
The First National Bank of tliis city
declared a semi-annual dividend of 4 per
cent, the first of this month.
It takes but one time to vote. Go to
the election in the forenoon and if you are
able to render your party any service do it.
Mr. James W. Fitzgerald bought tho
fine saddle stallion, Diamond King, at H.
C. Caldwell's salo at Carlisle. The price
paid was $570.
Mr. Charles W. Stewart has bought
tho interest of his partner J. A. Butler in
the firm of Butler & Stewart, cigar manu
facturers, at xVshland.
Miss Sarah Gartland, who was ad
judged of unsound mind yosterday was
taken to the asylum at Lexington this
morning by Sheriff Alexander.
In voting November Sth put tho X be
neath the rooster and in the square in
closing him and be sure that you do it
before four o'clock in tho afternoon, at
which hour the polls close.
Judge Tony has decided in the Jeffer
son Court of Common Pleas that the In
ternational Cigarmakera' Union had a
property right in its trade mark, and
granted an injunction restraining a non
union firm from using tho label.
Don't buy a gold watch until you learn
P. J. Murphy's prices. His prices are
without question the lowest ; quality the
best. Every watch regulated before sold.
All other goods in his lino can be bought
of him for less money than elsewhere.
Successor to Hopper & Murphy.
The "Yeoman of tho Guards " will not
appear at the opera house next Saturday
night. Tho company had that dato here,
but the lessees of tho house, Messrs.
Edmiston & Kinnoman, found that the
snow was not up to -their standard and
promptly cancelled tho.engagement.
Mr. John Butler, fireman on the K. C.
passenger train leaving hero at G a. m.,
had a couple of teeth extracted at Lex
ington one day this week. Tho dontist
administered gas and Mr. Butler was
brought homo that evening unconscious,
and was in a rather dangerous condition
for somo time. Ho is improving.
That powerful play "Tho Witch,"
which has enjoyed a marvelous success
all over the country, presented uninter
ruptedly for a period of over two years, is
soon to bo seen in this city. Mario Hu
bert Frohman is the star, supported by
a company which is said to bo even bet
ter than that of last year. At Washing
ton Opera House soon.
At the recent annual session of tho
Grand Division of tho Sons of Terapor
anco of Kentucky, hold at Newport, the"
following officers were elected: G. W.P.,
R. B. Hewetsohf NoWpqrt; G. W. A.,
Mrs. Annie Greenwood,, Maysville ; G. S.,
J. R. Seaman, Maysville; Grand Treas
urer, G W. Moneghpn, Augusta; Grand
Con., Spencer Banks, Newport; Grand
Sentinel, Wm. Means, Augusta, Ky.
Tue relatives of Rev. John Newton
Forman in tins' county havo been very
anxious lest ho and his wife had been
passengers of tho ill-fated steamer Rou
mania, which was wrecked oil her way
from Liverpool t6 Bombay a few days
since, as they were expected to havo left
the former port for India about tho time
that tho vessel sailed. Thoynow learn
thai Mr. Forman, with his family, sailed
for Bombay on tho steamer Alaska, hav
ing been so fortunate as to miss tho
Hon. Jason L. Bkown who spoko at
tho court house Saturday night, is tho
Democratic nominee for Congress1, for
tho third time, in tho Third Indiana dis
trict. Ho was elected by a majority
of 3,070 in 1888 and by 3,939 in 1890. Mr.
Brown's friends are sanguino that tho
old-time majority will bo preserved noxt
month, notwithstanding tho last Legis
lature made somo changes in tho Congres
sional apportionment by which Jefferson
County, with its 722 Republican majority,
was taken from tho Fourth and added to
A Pretty Home Wedding at Murphys-
villo-J. B H Tolls of. tho
The social interest in tho opening woek
of November concentrated in a pretty
home wedding. Wednesday was filled
with sunshine and orange blossoms, and
a lovely bride formed in ljno for autumn's
Miss Lida Rhodes, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Rhodes, was one of tho bright
est girls taken from Mason's circle of at
tractive maidens. Mr. John M. Donnell
won her for his life partner, and Carlisle
will add another jewel in her coronet of
Thobride is a demi-brunette,with lovely
coloring, sparkling dark eyes, sot off by a
wealth of dark hair. She wore a going
away gown of brown knickorbocker, Per
sian trimmings, and carried Bride roses.
The groom, Mr. John M. Donnell, was a
young bachelor. Ho ha3 been in tho
livery business at Carlisle for years, and
drives a span of peerless blacks valued
at 2,100. He and his prancing roadsters
are well known to all fair-goers. His
friends predict for him a successful future.
In person he is blonde, tall and well pro
portionedjust as good looking as a man
should bo, and made a fine contrast to
his dark-eyed bride. .
The crowning ceremony which made
Miss Lida Rhodes Mrs. John M. Donnell
was perfqrmed by Rev. G. N. Jolly, of the
M. E. Church. The many choice pres
ents of which tho bride was the recipient
attested the warm esteem in which she
was held by a largo circle of friends.
The newly wedded couple left amid the
hearty bon voyage of their friends for a
trip to New Orleans.
The gentlemanly ushers, prominent
citizens of Carlisle, were Messrs. Wall
and Sam Howe. Miss Nannie D. Gault
played Lohengrin' wedding march for
the entrance and Mendelsohn for the c o
parture of the bridal party, and during
the ceremony " Call Me Thine Own " and
" I Love But Thee " were sweetly ren
dered. Miss Lelah and Bessie Martin
represented Maysville, and all tho ad
joining villages were represenie I by the
handsomest girls and fine looking men.
It was a goodly gathering. 'Squire Tilton
and wife, W. S. Potts, Charles Donnell,
W. F. Dudley and Charles Ross were
present from Carlisle.
Mrs. M. R. Gilmore is visiting at Hin
ton, W. Va.
Miss Mary Belle Storer, of Tuckahoe,
is visiting Mrs. Robert Storer, of this city.
Miss Nanleno Tolle has returned homo
after a visit to Miss Sallio Newkirk, of
Miss Retta Squires went to Cincinnati
yesterday morning on business for Mrs.
Miss Birdie Walsh returned yesterday
from a visit at Flemingsburg. She is
greatly improved in health.
Mr. Richard Watkins arrived from
Richwood, Mo., last evening on a visit to
relatives. Ho got in in time to register.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellis, of Adams
County, O., are visiting her parents, at
Tuckahoe, and her brother, of this city,
, Tho Missed Boyd, of MinorVa, Miss
Marshal, of Lowisburg, and Miss; Maymo
Key are the guests of Miss Margaret
Allison, near Washington.
Miss Hattio Wood, of Washington, left
yesterday 'on a visit to her aunt, Mrs.
Cprilla' LaRuo, of Bourbon County. Hor
friends will be sorry to learn that Mrs.
LaRuo is in Very poor health.
Mrs. Alice Evans, of Covington, left
for home yesterday to meet flier neice,
Mrs". Laura Stillwoll Greene, of jt. Louid.
Thoy will make tho sister of tho former
and aunt of the latter, Mrs. LaRuo of
Bourbon County, a visit.
A stable in tho rear of Pearco Bros'.
Milling Company's bran shed on Second
street, Fifth ward, was destroyed by fire
af 5:30 o'clock this morning. Ono end of
tho bran shed was damaged considerably,
tho entiro loss amounting to a few hun
dred dollars. It is thought tho firo was
tho work of an incendiary. Tho watch
man at tho Limestone Mill, Mr. George
Johnson, was in tho stablo feeding n pair
of mules about ton minutes before tho
alarm and found nothing Wrong. Tho
firo started in somo hay on tho second
floor of tho stablo.
ALrnnn Doyle, of Shorbumo, haB been
granted a pension of $10 per month from
August 14, 1891, Mr, John Walsh, of this
city, was his attornoy.
Nei? goods at lower prices than others
ask for old stock, at Hopper & Co.'s, tho
Inexpensive novelties for Christmaa
and wedding presents at Hopper & Co's.,
The Friday morning services and Sun
day services at St. Patrick's Church will
bo held in tho basement until the painters
finish their work in tho main room.
Sarah Gartland, whose homo is in or
near Minerva, was adjudged of unsound
mind yesterday in tho Circuit Court, and
orderod sent to the asylum. Hor trouble
was the result of some spinal disease.
Clocks of every description, from tho
cheapest to tho finest made, at Ballen
ger's jewelry store ebony, marble, mar
bleizcd iron, &c. Warranted correct time
keepers ; that's tho kind you want. Call
on him when looking for anything in his
We notice a largo lot of finely finished
coal vases, brass and japanned shovels,
pokers an I tongs, also the celebrated "En
terprise goods ," such as meat cutters, stuf
fers, lard presses, exposed for salo at
Frank Owens Hardware Co.'s. Will be
sold very cheap.
Wedding bells will ring again Decem
ber 1st, announcing tho .marriage of Mr.
Edwin W. Sallee, of Fern Leaf, to
Miss Minnie W. Humlong at high noon,
at herhandsomo country home, "Meadow
Lake Farm," near Gormantown. Tho
Bulletin extends congratulations in ad
vance of tho happy event.
Mr. A. R. Pierce's meat store was en
tered by a thief last night, and the cash
drawer broken open. A dime saving
bank containing about two dollars was
the only thing taken. Entrance was
effected by cutting through the screen
door. Tho store was entered ono morn
ing about two weeks ago by a sneak thief
who got about four dollars outof tho cash
It is very important that all sportsmen
should know just where to find a large
htock of the best brands of breech-loading
guns, and every description of ammuni
tion before tho opening of the hunting
season. The game law will soon be up.
A very largo stock of guns and every
thing pertaining to hunting will be found
at Frank Owens Hardware Co.'s. and Fold
very, very cheap. Call and see before
The man who was found 'dead at Lex
ington a few days ago turns out to be
Jake Downing, a farmer, and not Richard
Aubrey. Tho indications are that ho
was murdered for tho paltry sum of $6.50
which ho had on his porson when he left
town, and of which ho was robbed. Ar
ticles of clothing belonging to him wero
found in a lonely place near where the
dead man was discovered. A man resid
ing near tho spot saw and knew Downing
and noticed a hurley colored man follow
ing him, but thought nothing of tho oc
currence until ho heard of the tragedy.
An autopsy discloses wounds that could
not havo boen caused by a fall. Down
ing was drunk when ho left town and it
is believed becamo an easy prey to the
A Noted Sculptress.
The Chicago Evening Post recently
gave an interesting sketch of Miss Louise
Lawson, who has attained a National rep
utation as a sculptress. Her father was
Professor Lawson, Dean for many years
of tho Ohio Medical College. She is a
sister of tho first wife of. tho later H. Por
ter Mclllvain, of this city. Somo of her
work will bo exhibited at tlie World's
Fair. Statues of tho Rhodian Boy and
of the lato S. S. Cox aro her best known
GROCERIES and country produce.
GREEN COFFEE 13 20 Z'
MOLASSES new crop, H gallon 50 C0
Golden Syrup 85 40
Sorglntm, fanoy new 4050
SUGAK-YollOw.lSlb 43 6
Extra C, H lb bV
A, D lb 5
Granulated, H lb 0
PoWdcred, Tji lb 8
New Orleans, gl lb 6
TEAS W lb , 501 08
COAL OIL Headlight,?! gallon 4 15
BACON-Brcakfast, ty lb 12 13
Clear sides, tf It. 12
Hums, fcl lb 15 ai
Shoulders, 11 lb 10
BEANS 11 Kallou 30 (t
BUTTER $ tb 20 25
CHICKENS Each 25 (fvSO
EGGS tfdozen 20
FLOUR Llmestoue. 'A barrel 800
Old Gold, barrel 5 00
Maysvlllo Fancy, 'jfl barrel 4 60
Mason County, parrol 4 60
Morning Glory. 11 barrel 4 60
Roller King, H barrel 5 00
Magnolia, V barrel 6 00
llluo Grass, H barrel 4 60
Graham, H sack 15 W
HONEY V lb. 10 V
HOMINY V ROllon...... 20
MEAL tt peck 20
LARD V pound 9 10
ONIONS-ii peck 40
POTATOES- peck, new 20
APPLES V peck 80
rOST Friday evening a plain Gold Medal.
j with the dato of 1880: given by the Sisters of
tho Visitation. Please return to this otllco 28J3t
I ,'OI'ND Saturday morning, a small door key,
1 on Third street, near Market. Call at this
FOUND Sunday, on Forest avenue, a largo silk
handkerchief. Cull at this office, 2d3t
FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE.
WE are authorized to announce A. It. J. COCH
RAN an the Republican candidate for Cir
cuit Judge of the Nineteenth Judicial District.
FOR MA YOR.
WE aro authorized to announce E. E. PEARCE,
JR., as a candidate for Mayor at the ensu
ing city election.
WE are authorized to announce W. B. DAW
SON as a candidate for Marshal at the en
suing city election.
WE arc authorized to announce E. W. FITZ
GERALD as a candidate for Marshal at the
ensuing city election.
WE are authorized to annonnce JOHN W.
ALEXANDER os a candidate for Marshal
at the ensuing city election.
WE are authorized to announce M. E. McKEL
LUP as a condldate for Marshal at the en
suing city election.
WE are authorized to announe JOHN V. DAY
as a candidate for Marshal at the ensuing
WE nre authorized to announce JAMES RED
MOND, SR., as a candidate for Marshal at
the ensuing city election.
FOR COLLECTOR AXJ) TREASURER.
WE are authorized to announce R. A. COCn
RAN, JR., us a candidate for Collector and
Treasurer at the ensuing city election.
YrE are authorized to announce JAMES W.
? FITZGERALD as a candidate for Collector
and Treasurer at the ensuing city election.
WE are authorized to announce HORATIO
FICICLIN as a candidate for Collector and
Treasurer at the ensuing city election.
FOR CITY CLERK.
"IITE are authorized to announce MARTIN A.
YV O'HARE, as a candidate for Clerk at the
ensuing city election.
WE are authorized to announce HARRY C.
McDOUGLE as a candidate for Clerk at tho
approaching city election.
WE are authorized to announce C. D. SHET
ARD as a candidate for Assessor at the enau
lug city election.
WE are authorized to announce FRED W.
BAUER as a candidate for Assessor at tho
ensuing city election.
E are authorized to announce C. C. HOPPER
as a candidate for Council from the Third
TK are authorized to announce JOnN T.
MARTIN as a candidate for Councilman In
the Fourth ward at the approaching city election.
WE are authorized to announce THOMAS
GUlLFOYLEus a candidate for Councilman
in tho Fourth ward at the ensuing city election.
W'E nre authorized to announce GEORGE C.
FLEMING as n candidate for Councilman
In the Fifth ward at the approaching city election.
TtrE uro authorized to announce DR. C. W.
Tl WARULE as a candidate forCouudlman lu
the Fifth ward at tho approaching city election.
WE are authorized to announce GEORGE
SCHROKDEK as a candidate for Councilman
from the Sixth ward at the ensuing January
WE are authorized to announce FRED DRES
SEL as a caudldatu for Council In Sixth
ward at the approaching city election.
jCr ANTED To let Hie public know that I re-
t pair all kinds of furniture and upholstery.
Mattresses made to order. Seeond-hnnd furni
ture bought and sold. JOHN FARLEY, No. 25
East Fourth street. olldtf
ANTED To buy a second-ham! Drop Icuf
laoie, wainui ana encrry. Aiiiy to juji.-t
FOR RENT A brick bouse, near tho Shafer
property In tho.ljist End, three rooms,
kitchen and porch. Good yard.
Apply to MAR-
TO J ALUUS.
170R RENT Onc-tMo-story frame dwelling of
1 four largo rooms and kitchen. Lexington
street, Fifth ward. Apply to FRANK P. O'DON
IO It SALE Brick House, seven rooms metal
r roof on lot 13i by 107, with outbuildings, In
Sixth ward, corner William aud Woods streets.
Price, 8,200: S.W0 cash, balance on time. An
plyto M. C. IIUTCIUNS or O. S. JUDD. n3dGt.
ITiOR SALE Trio of Bronzo turkeys. Call on
1 or address WM. GREENWOOD, 114 EastSIxth
street, or paint store. o31dtf
Li'OR SALE At a bargain a Reclining Couch,
T new. JOHN FARLEY', No. 25 East Fourth
IO It SALE A No. 4, Westminster Square An
r turacito Coal Stove, in good order. Will sell
cheap. Apply to WM. H. SAUVARY, Limestone
M. F. GOUGHLiN
107 E. THIRD STREET.
Wo invite you to call and examine ourstoek of
goods, which is fresh, choice and staple. New
goods received dally. No old stock upon our
Choice Country Butter
And FRESH EGGS.
Full line of Canned and Bottled Goods put up
by reliable packers. Havo you tried our Bulk
Roasted Co flees?
Tho Highest Market Price
Paid For Country Produce.
A share of your patroimgo solicited. Orders
delivered with promptness.
Alt It. GILMOHK,
Granite, llarblo and
Ml kinds of Monumental work done (n tho best
nanner Second street, above opera house.
OUIJ)KN & I'AUKJJIt,
John W. Bouedkn.
J En. Par Knit.
Y.nsurancfc : j&gents!
OJJlct at Firtt S'nthnal Bank,
Wo represent first-class companies and solicit 4
share of your business.