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DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
KOSSEit & McCarthy,
Itoms PickodUp b7 the Bulletin's Cor
respondents in Mason and
TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS :
One Year S3 00 Three Months 75
Six Mouths 1 60 Ono Month 25
DELIVERED BY CARRIER:
Per Week 6 cents
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1893.
Ik tho Democrats of Ohio poll their
full vote this year, they will retire Major
McKinloy to private life.
Ilo.v. A. l Goom.so won tho Senatorial
nomination fairly and honestly, and de
serves the full Democratic vote next
Within tho next few days over half
tho window glass factories in tho United
States will resume operations. The bus
iness outlook continuos to grow brighter.
This is the last week of tho campaign.
Evory Democrat in this county and
Senatorial district should go to the polls
next Tuoday and see that tho party
nominees receive tho full vote.
Hon. Daviu G. Oolson spent $30,000
trying to secure tho Republican nomina
tion for Congress in tho Eleventh district
last year and then didn't win it. Tho
news from Barbouraville is that he will
try again. Colson doesn't appear to be a
success as a politician.
It is very seldom that Republicans vote
for a Democrat, and even then it is gen
erally for some personal grievance. Wo
have heard of a case whoro a Republican
refused to voto for a neighbor on tho
Democratic ticket although there was no
Republican opposing him. His only
reason was that his neighbor was a
Democrat. Lot Democrats stick to their
The handsomest, tho best and the most
complete stock of silverware in town can
always bo found at Ballenger's jewelry
store. Just tho articles for wedding pres
ents. George Summers, colored, of Carlisle,
was in town yesterday searching for his
wife. She left homo a fow days ago,
taking, among other things, two trunks
and $23 in cash. Summers believes she
is with Alfred Fox, who left Carlisle two
days later. Tho couple are thought to bo
in Ironton. Summers recently bought
some property in the Sixth ward, this
Controller Echols, of the national
currency, has heard of Kentucky's new
Corporation law, which gives the Secre
tary of the State supervision of tho banks
of the State, and which requires these
institutions to make quarterly, reports of
their condition. Ho recently wrote for a
summary of these reports. Tho Secre
tary forwarded to him a synopsis, and is
now in receipt of a letter from the Con
troller containing thanks for "just the
information he desired."
At tho wedding of Mr. George Humlong
and Miss May Asbury near Gcrmantown,
last week, tho following guests from a
distance were in attendance: Mr. Will
Dwire, of Quincy, 111.; Misses Hattie, Ella
und Josie Dwire, Mrs. Asbury and Mrs.
Best and &on, of Covington"; Mr. Ben
Wood and wife and Miss Fannie Maddox,
of Sardis; Miss Lula Jones, of Walton;
Mrs. Garvey, and Mr. Dave Riggs, Er
langer; Mrs Tiller, ol Sparta, and Miss
Bennio Ledbetter, of North Carolina.
A l'HOToaituuiER of Atlantic City, N.
Y.f produces a photograph at a single ex
posure which gives livo different images
of the same person in different positions.
This is accomplished by placing tho sit
ter between two mirrors placed at an
angle of forty-live degrees to each other.
Thodoublo reflection between these mir
rors produce four images of tho person
placed in front of them, tho principle be
ing the same as that of the ordinary
kaleidoscope. Tho original face is made
in profile and tho reflections give tho full
face, opposite profile, and two rear views.
The courts of Pike and Letcher coun
ties, Kentucky, have just established tho
title of tho John Craig heirs to a largo
landed estate of 20,000 acres in tho rich
coal fields of Eastern Kentucky, tho esti
mated value of the property being $2,
000,000. About five years ago, John Helm,
an attorney of Louisville, was examining
tho records in Pike County when ho ac
cidentally, discovered that a title for 20,
000 acres of land was clear to tho heirs
of John Craig. Ho immediately began to
look into tho matter. Continuous work
since then has established tho claims of
tho rightful heirs. Most of them livo in
Rev. Charles II. Douits, who had been
visiting and preaching at Washington for
a week, left on Saturday for his homo in
Greenbriar County, West Virginia.
Everyone at his old homo was glad to
see him, as ho had endeared himself to
all by his good works and christian char
ity during his former residence of soveral
years among them, and ho had a delight
ful visit. He was chaplain in tho Fif
teenth Mississippi Regiment during the
war, and went through all tho great bat
tles in tho East, notably Chancellorsvillo
and Gettysburg. It was in Mr. Dobbs'
old brigado that Colonel Partridge, who
fought a duel with Henry McArdle,
formerly of this city, served. Messrs.
Partridge and McArdle wero editors of
rival newspapers at Vicksburg, and tho
duel was tho outcome of political contro
versies. Mr. Dobbs lived for many years
in Texas after leaving this county, but
was compelled to remove to tho moun
tains of Virginia on account of tho ill
neaitn ot ins younger cmiaren.
W. 1J. Tull; visited friends at Tollesboro Mon
day. John Applegato visited friends near Tollesboro
Miss Alma Snvagn, who has been ill, is im
Forrest Lee, of Rectorvllle, visited friends in
this vicinity Sunday.
Richard Soward, of Bernard, has been visiting
relatives In this vicinity.
Our merchant, J. L. Savage, was at Ncpton ono
day last week on business.
Miss Nettie Stone returned from Chicago and
tho World's Fair Thursday.
C. II. Farrow was at Lexington last week
visiting his cousin, G. W. Bramel.
Rov. J. It. Peebles, of Mt. Carmel, preached at
our school houso Sunday evening.
J. R. Davis and wife visited the family of David
Glascock, near Mt. Carmel, Sunday.
Tbomas Lyon and sou, Russell, of Ashland, are
hero visiting J. It. Howard and family.
Miss Mary Dickson, of Poplar Plains, Is hero
this week visiting friends and relatives.
J. B. Farrow and wife wero tho guests of
Champe Farrow and family in this vicinity Sun
day. Mrs. Olllo Farrow was the pleasant guest of her
sister, Mrs. William Bramel, of tho Lower Oak
Sam Cropper, of Ccntrevllle, was hero last
week. Mr. Cropper Is thinking of locating with
us in tho near future.
Miss Ida Turner, of Orangeburg, was the guest
of her brother, J. B. Turner, In this vicinity
Friday and Saturday.
For the Farmer.
This year's crop of hay in Iowa will bo
worth not far from $45,000,000.
It will take 30,000 freight cars to carry
East this year's fruit output from Cali
fornia. Tho wheat crop of 1893 is now esti
mated at 370,000,000 bushels, just enough
for homo consumption.
It is estimated that several hundred
acres of Carter County land will bo
cleared this winter and put in shapo for
tobacco raising for the coming year.
Tho Industrial American advises farm
ers to hold their wheat. It says : " Now
is tho time to hold ; tho future will bring
the time to sell." The American is op
posed to the pending Anti-Option bill,
and says if it is adopted it will place tho
wheat growers at the mercy of tho millers
of tho country.
The October report of tho statistician,
issued by the Department of Agriculturo,
shows that during July there were 6,006
tons of hay imported by Great Britain
from tho United States against 723 tons
last year. Tho imports for August reached
1 1,302 tons this year against 160 tons last
year, and for eight months this year tho
total is 54,319 tons compared with 7,375
tons a year ago. Tho short crop abroad
is tho direct cause of this large export
demand for American hay.
" A comic album of home life" is a term
applied to tho latest comedy success,
" Zeb," which is to bo presented at tho
opera houso Thursday evening, Novem
ber 2nd. "Zeb" is a hilarious comedy
with a pleasing dramatic story, told in a
funny, home-like manner. Most of the
scenes are laid within a few miles of
Muncie. Ind., and tho characters in
troduced are said to bo true to life, in
dress, habits and action. The piece is
replete with singing, dancing and nothing
but the best and high-class specialties are
given. Tho company carry an excellent
quartette, and an abundance of special
scenic and mechanical effects, and it is
claimed that not ono old or worn out
effect is introduced. Prices 25, 35, 50 and
75 cents. Seats at Nelson's.
Last of tho Season.
The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway
will run its last excursion of the season
to Cincinnati on Sunday, November 5th;
tickets good returning November 5th, 6th
and 7th. This will give excursionists an
opportunity to combine business with
pleasure and at very low rates. Special
train will leave Maysvillo at 9:55 a. in.,
arriving at Cincinnati at 11:30 a. m.
Round trip rate only $1.25. Besides the
star attractions at tho different theatres,
tho German Military, Infantry and
Cavalry Band of Berlin, Germany, con
sisting of eighty pieces, now performing
at the World's Fair, will play at Cincin
nati Music Hall November 5th, 6th, 7th
The O. and. O.'s Wonderful Growth.
In 1888 tho C. and O. carried 740,807
passengers; in 1893, 2,400,299, an increase
of 233 per cent. Tho passenger revenue
of tho road in 1888 was $803,722.41; last
In 1888 tho road carried 2,558,003 tons
of freight, and in 1893 5,693,881, or an in
crease of 115 percent. The gross revenue
from freight in 1883 was $3,417,875.66,
and in 1893, $7,565,511.32.
Tho total earnings from everything in
1888 wero $4,522,312.47, and in 1893,
$10,330,810.47, an increase of 129 per cent.
That Joyful Fooling
With tho exhilarating sense of renewed
health and strength and internal cleanli
ness, which follows tho use of Syrup of
Figs, is unknown to tho fow who havo
not progressed boyond the old time medi
cines and the cheap substitutes some
times offered but never Rccopted by the
.Big Tax Collections.
Sheriff Jefferson and his Deputies,
Messrs. Pcrrino and Robinson, collected
$7,500 taxes yesterday. It was ono of
tho busiest days thoy over had. Tho
penalty of 0 per cont. will bo added to
all taxes not paid fo-day.
, Oounty Court.
Hester Stanton was granted a release
from her articles of apprenticeship with
oao Julia Randolph.
Is tho Oriental salutation,
knowing that good health
cannot exist "without a
healthy Liver. "When tho
Liver is torpid tho Bow
els aro sluggish and con
etipated,' tho food lies
in tho stomach undi
gested, poisoning tho
blood; frequent hoadacho
ensues; a feeling of lassi
tudo, despondency and
nervousness indicato how
tho whole system is de
ranged. Simmons Liver
Regulator has been tho
means of restoring moro
Eeoplo to health and
appiness by giving them
a healthy Liver than any
agency known on earth.
It acts with extraor
dinary powor and efficacy.
Rnv. R. O. Wilder, Princeton, N. J.,ayi:
"I find nothing helps so much to keep me in
Koiking condition as Simmons Liver Regulator."
dee that you get the Genuine,
with red 2 on front of wrapper.
rXEFARBD ONLY Br
if. U. ZETT.TN & CO.. riUlodelohla, To.
MRS. HIRAM DYE.
J. B. H. Pays a Last Tribute to a
Noble Christian Woman.
On tho 15th ol October, 1893, In tho forty-sov-cnth
year of her age, Mrs. Leo Anna B. Clllt, wlfo
ot Hiram Dye, Esq., passed quietly to that mys
terious realm beyond tho river of death.
There is no tie which Death, the great destroyer,
severs forever upon earth moro endearing in its
intimacy, more holy In its nature, than that
which binds a faithful husband, to an affection
ato wlfo and mother. This remediless afllctlon,
to which tho sincere condolcnco ot friends
affords no relief, has fallen upon 'Squire Hiram
Dye, of Maysllck. Wo tender to him and his be
reaved children our slnccro sympathy in this,
their greatest sorrow.
In tho genial ministries of her own homo how
"Aunt Leo " will be missed 1 andbynono moro
visibly than by the little, tltiy, cooing grandson,
Grovcr Clarke, who had never known any other
mother than she, aud no caress was so tender
and no kisses so sweet as tboso that fell from
dear grandma's lips. For this lovely act of self
sacrifice, for this two years of unremitting de
votion to tho infant orphan, when she herself
was so fragile and delicate, the angel that writes
in "a book of gold "will see that her name Is
"written there," and in heaven a wreath of per
ennial blossoms will encircle her brow.
J. B. II.
Deputy Collector Baldwin reports tho
followinc receipts for tho month of Octo
Spirit 810,726 20
Citrnr 612 45
Tobacco 3S3 23
Special tax 51 7
Total 811,811 63
The A. E Burkhardt Co Receives
"World's Fair, Chicago, October 31. A.
E. Burkhardt Co., furriers of Cincinnati,
received Inchest awards and medals for
ladies' superior fur garments, original
styles and perfect workmanship.
Telegraph up to-night and Congo down.
Tho Goldenrod passes up this week to
inspect tho Government lights.
Tho Pittsburg packets havo all abol
ished the barrooms, and there will bo no
liquor sold on these boats hereafter.
Mr. M. S. Dimmitt has favored the Bul
letin with late St. Paul papers.
ANTED A Becond-haud Range.
ANTKD An experienced dry goods sales-
woman. Appiy at mis oince. vm-pi
WANTED A young man to work in a dry
eoods store. Must come well recommend
ed. Apply at this office. 21-6t
WANTED Position as bookkeeper or clerk
by a competent young mau of 20. Refcren
ccs. Leave word at this office.
FOR RENT Rooms, either for largo or small
family. Apply to 112 W. Front street. 10-tt
,iOU RENT Tho houso on south east corner
Front and Market, formerly occupied by
Karr & Co. and N. Oollcnstelu.
RETT S. WALL.
LOST Between depot aud electric light house,
dodger canvass. Letters on it, " Bob. tho Ac
tlvo Dodger." Pleaso leave at 110 Wall street,
and be rewatded. 31-dlt
TOST At M. E. Church, South, or between
j church and J. B. Gibson's residence on West
Fourth street, a small chip diamond ring. I'lease
return to telegraph office.
FOUND-L. F T. badge. Samo will bo deliv
ered to owner at St. James Hotel. oct30-3t
I will on Saturday, Novombcr 11, 1693, at 10
o'clock a. in., on tho promises, two miles
this side of Maysllck, sell to tho highest
bidder my personal property, consisting of
horses, cows, hogs and slcu, wagon, buggy and
other utensils too numerous to mention. Also
JOCUSL POE13. JUA1UU1 .UUXWVIO,
21d9t By J. Laytham,
Whereas, my wlfo, Hattlo E.. left my homo of
her own accord March 20, 1803. and has never
returned, I will bo responsible for no contracts
sbo may moko. 21d7t M. V, ENDICOTT,
Wo have received our stock of Full and Winter Cloaks,
for Ladies, Blisses and Children, and thoy aro now ready for
Inspection. Thoy aro now and beautiful in design and per
fect in fit. Our lino of
Dress : Goods
will bo found very complete. Wo aro showing all tho now
shades and weaves.
Wo aro also ready with our lino of Ladies', Gentlemen's
and Children's Underwear in all grades, from 25 cents up.
(BROWNING & C0.,
5! EAST SECOND STREET,
THL T-AjRIFJF BILL I
It is hard to foretell t
if the Tariff Reform bill will pass the
House or not, but it is easy to tell that the Misfit Clothing Parlor
is the Leaderof low prices and the firm
sells perfect goods at
PRICES LOWER THANANYOTHERHOUSEIN TOWN.
TIIE MISFIT CLOTlIIh'Q PARLOIt, 128 UJMKET ST.
OWER & REYNOLDS,
NEXT DOOR TO THE
And : Cheaper : Cycles!
j ' ,ii!jS!!E3-
REDUCTION IN PRICE
Peacock Coal Oe
Soml-Canncl Coal 10c
TERMS, : : : : : : : CASE!
Thursday Evening, Nov. 2.
The comedy success,
Sixteen thousand two hundred and thirty feet
oi special scenery carried for ono act alone. Not
ono old, worn-out effect used. Scenic and mo
chanlcal effects. Tho Movablo Sidewalk I Tho
Natural Gas Scenol Tho Blowing up of tho
Safe I Tho Stable Fire."
THE CELEBRATED ZEB QUARTETTE.
Every feature presented ns advertised. Re
served seats now on salo at Nelson's. Trices 25,
85, 50 and 75 cents.
Woodlawn Herd of Poland Chinas
Fifteen head of highly bred Boars ond Sows,
larrowcd In March nnd April. Theso hogs nro of
tho most popular families of Poland Chinas In
existence nnd arc of superior Individual excel
lence. Write mo, or come seo my hogs.
80d2twlt T. L. HOLTON, Maysvillo, Ky.
nj jr. zweioaiit; jk
DAILY MEAT MARKET.
Corner ot Second and. Button etreeU.
New Sorghum, per gal 40
New Syrup, per gal 40
New Maccaroni, per pound 10
New Imported Prunes, per pound 10
New Raisins, per pound 10
New Buckwheat, per package 10
New Hominy, per quart 5
New Beans, per quart 10
New small shoulders, per pound 10
New Honey, per pound 12
New Rice, per pound 6
New Dried Apricots, per pound 15
New Canned Peas, per can, 10, 12J, 15 nnd 20
New Pickles, (In vinegar), per hundred 40
Six pouuda best now Oatmeal 25
Finest new New York Chesse.
WHEN YOU WI3II ANYTHING GOOD TO EAT,
CALL ON US.
HILL & GO.,
Tho partnership heretofore existing between
Ernie Whlto, Leo Haucko nnd C T. Hlllcary has
been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. C. T. Hll
leary having withdrawn from samo. Tho business
of the Red Skin Tobacco Factory will bo contin
ued by Whlto & Haucko, who aro authorized
to collect all debt, and who will meet all liabil
ities of tho firm as Whlto, Haucko & Co.
C. T. HILLEARY.
Maysvillo, Ky., September 29, 1893. SOdtf
The Noted Scientific and Practical
Of No. 06 West Soventh street, Cincinnati, Ohio,
Will bo at thc-CENTRAL HOTEL, Maysvillo, Ky.
on FRIDAY nnd SATURDAY, Nuvomlier 10
nnd lltli instant No ono should miss tho op
portunity of securing proper glasses from him.
Examination nnd test of vision FREE.
Will call at your homo in tho city if so desired.
I or ono of my Doputies will bo at tho follow
ing named places on tho dates mentioned below:
Sardis and 8prlngdalo, Tuesday, Octobor24f
Rectorvillo and Helena, Wednesday, Oct. 25.
Dover, Saturday, October 21.
Plugtown, Friday, October 20.
I and ray Doputies will bo found at tho County
Clerk's offlco on tho last six days in October. All
tax not nald beforo tho first of November, 1893,
there will be a penalty of 0 per cent added, as tho
law makes this imperative, and all not paid be
fore tho first day of January, 1891i wo will bo com
pelled to advertise lor salo. Como soon and
avoid tho rush. Rospcctfully,
u Sheriff of xptoa wumy,