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tion. IRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1895.
Increasing cloudiness, with snoio
or rain; ivurmer
Sunshine in and ont on time daily.
Keystone Statu up for Pittsburg to
night. The gauge roads 20 0-10 feet and rising
Bonanza down last night and returns
Telegraph from Pomeroy and Hudson
from Pittsburg, due down to-night.
The George Matheson, of thq Marmet
Company, left a barge of Kanawha
coal at Aberdeen for the Kdgington
boats, Wave and Reliance.
Cincinnati Enquirer: "The Maysville
people now have everything they want
in the Sunshine. Captain Watt Shedd
is showing up at his very best, and for a
solid, safe and fast boat, she hasn't an
equal in a stermvheeler on the river.
She gets her Maysville people in before
G p. m., giving them time before re
turning to attend the theaters and other
places of amusement."
We authorize our advertised druggist
to sell Dr. King's Now Discovery for con
sumption, coughs and colds, upon this
condition. If you are afflicted with a
cough, cold or any lung, throat or chest
trouble, and will use this roniedy as di
rected, giving it a fair trial, and experi
ence no benefit, you may return the bot
tle and have your money refunded, TVe
could not make this offer did we nofkrjow
ttha Dr. King's New Discovery could be
relied on. It never disappoints. Trial
bottles free at J. J. W6od's drug store.
Large size 5Qc. and SI.
THE GERMANTOWN FAIR,
Names of The New Officers And Dir
rectors Date of The Next
At the late meeting of the stockholders
of tho Union Agricultural Society the
following officers were elected for tho en
President T. J. Taylor.
First Vice President L. II. Mannon.
Second Vice President II. T. Lloyd.
Third Vice Presldent-E. D. Pickett.
Secretary J. A. Walton.
Treasurer W. P. Dickson.
Mason County Directors J. F. Walton, D. A.
French, Charles Calvert, Win. P. Smoot, James
N. Kirk, Isaac Woodward, John E. Douldcn,
Bracken County Directors Y. Alexander, W.
R. Crlhfleld, G. T. Koynolds, James W. Staton,
J. A. Walton, W. A. Taliaferro, T. A. Robertson,
Superintendent of Grounds J F. Walton.
Marshall Sam Frazec.
The next fair will bo held September
11th, 12th, 13th and 14th. A large num
ber of stockholders were present at tho
election and the coming meeting prom
ises to be of unusual interest.
Miss Ida Erion, of Germantown, is
visiting at Paris.
-Hon. John McCartney, of Flemings
burg, was in town yesterday.
Mr. A. F." ReBposs, of Frankfort, ib
herb spending a few days with relatives.
Mrs. Charles Biggersand daughter
are visiting Mrs. Anna Jefferson, of MH
lereburg. Carlisle Mercury: "Miss Margaret
Ro)b, of Mason, is tho guest of Miss Liz
Miss Myra Myall, of Mayslick, has
returned from a visit to Mrs. B. II. Rob
inson, of Carlisle.
Hon. E. L. Worthington camo in
from Frankfort last night whore ho had
spent several days on business.
Mr. Qeorgo Easton left this morning
for Fiucostle, 0., to see his mother-in-law,
Mrs Mary Winter, who is seriously ill.
He wag accompanied by his sister-in-law,
Mrs. Dr. Heaton, of Aberdeen.
Mit. JosKi'it Curium ak, of Aberdeen,
has accepted the position of book-keeper
for tho Maysville Shoo Company. Ho
held a similar position at tho " Old Gold "
mills for years, and is a young man of ex
cellent business qualifications. The shoo
company is fortunate in securing his ser
vices. Bucklon's Arnica Salve.
Tho best Balvo in tho world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum , fever
Bores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
B guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale at J. James Wood's.
Items of Interest From the County
Seat of Robartson.
Death of a Witness, of thp Metcalfe-
Oaato Duel A Native of Mays
lit. Olivet has four blacksmith shops, om
ploying nine bands.
John T. Newman Is suffering with a disagree
able attack of neuralgia.
J. W. Holmes and W. II. Wells wont to Cincin
nati Tuesday to sell tobacco.
Lew Pcnn has bought an Interest in the saw
and planing mills at Bluo Licks.
Rums Trigg's handsome and cozy residences
will soon be ready for occupancy.
"Rud" Flto wants to return to Robertson.
Who can furnish him an abiding place?
The two Methodist churches haye been hold
ing quarterly meetings hero tho past week.
T. B. Trigg, W. J. McKlnney and E. Meadows
are still on the sick list, but slowly improving,
The veteran Captain Baync, our la to Jailor, wo
regret to say Is very sick, with grip and rheu
Fox-chasing Is now a favorite pasttlmo. Two
Reynards captured so far. As usual, Linvllle's
M. F. Chandler has been appointed adminis
trator of the estate of F. L. Bradley, deceased. A
Judge Tllton and J. T. Newman arc In the city
this week, the former selling tobacco and the lat
ler purchasing goods.
A protracted meeting Is In progress at tho M.
E. Church, South. 'Olivet needs a spiritual up
heaval and needs it badly.
A masquerade party was given at tho residence
of E. S. Montgomery Saturday night. Large at
tendance and good time reported.
John Glfford, of Indian Creek, has returned
home after several months sojourn in the West.
Ho took in the Pacific Slope while gone.
C. H. French, one of our leading and well
known farmers, Is on the sick list. Ho was born
in Maysville nearly seventy-flvo years ago.
The drug store of Wells Bros., which narrowly
escaped destruction by firo sevoral weeks ago,
will soon be repaired in good shapo lor business.
Judgo Buckler, our handsome and sprightly
young County Attorney, accompanied bylToVn
Marshall Poe, was at Brodksville tho past week.
Wo have had our share so far of snow, sleet,
rain, cold and disagreeable weather generally.
Tho thermometer registered as low as 11 bclbw
The wife of Wm. Willoughby, who will be re
membered as keeper of the tollgate near town
on the Sardis turnpike, died in Bourbon County
It is rumored 'Olivet is on tho list of Colonel
Breckinridge's next lecture tour. Should the re
port prove true, he will fill our court house from
pit to dome.
E. M. Newman sold nineteen acre of land to
Mrs. Sydney Prather for 81,400. The tract is
situated on Orchard avenue and has on it a
tenant house and barn.
Jasper Jett has traded his rcsldcnco on Orchard
avenue to Mrs. Mary J. Culp, of MUford, for her
half interest in tho Santa Fe flouring mill, and
will leave us in tho early spring.
Tho public school closed Friday evening, Jan.
uaryl8th. Prof. S.T. Curtis, tho Principal, has
secured a position In a publishing houso at Ctn
clnnatl and will leave us In n few days.
Mrs. Eliza Craycraft, who met with an accident
In Bath County recently, in tho widow of Thos
II. Craycraft, who lived on Main Licking below
the mouth of Johnson several years ago.
Letters received from barrister J. J. Osborne
say he is delighted with his new location at Lex
ington. For his ago and experience, ho is ono
of the most successful lawyers in tho State.
8. II. Bettys, who has been sojourning at tho
Blue Licks for several months, Is tho guest of
George W. Jetf. Rumor has it, that Mr. Bettys
will open a store at tho 'Licks in a short time.
Our new 'bus man, J. M. Ranklns, Is getting
well acquainted along his lino and giving ex
ccllcut satisfaction. Tho new Arm is entitled to
every encouragement extended thoso preceding
M. M. Neal, Jato keeper of tho County Infir
mary, is reported to bo negotiating for tho leoso
of tho Pavilion Hotel at Blue Licks. Mitch,
would mako a tip-top landlord in all tho term
Elder W. A. Morrlspn, of Nepton, has been called
to the pastorato of tho Christian Church. He is
a good man and will doubtless do valuable work
for his congregation. Services will be held only
onco a month,
Plcaso hurry along tho powers that bo at
Washington tho good times, and tho electric
railway between Maysvlllo and Mt. Olivet, or
this part of earth will "kcrflumix" along
with tho rest of the country.
Judge Tllton has embarked in tho real estate
and collection business, and that he will success
goes without saying. Notwithstanding his years,
there nro few young men possessed of greater
energy and ambition than ho. '
Thoro Is much regret expressed over the
failure of tho Christian Church to secure tho
services of Elder E. B. Barnes for another year,
Unquestionably, ho is ouo of tho ablest and
most brilliant pulpit orators In tho State.
Tho will of tho lato S. II. Dayton was offered
for probate In tho County Court Monday. Ho
bequeaths $250 to his daughter, Mrs. W. R. Car
penter, as a special bequest, tho remainder of bis
estato to bo divided equally betweon his seven
Hon. Hanson Kennedy Is receiving quite a
boom for Representative from Nicholas and
Robertson, No district in tho State possesses
better material for tho position than Mr,
Kennedy, and his friends will support him with
a hearty good will.
A. S. Rico and Dr. J. E. Wells were In Maysyillo
a few days last week and whllo there becamo
greatly interested in Kacklny's new electric
plant. A similar plant will very likely bo pur
chased by a stock company hero; and then
won't wo bo n-flyin' ?
And now somebody has gono and dosed Harvc
Craycraft's pet flsce, " Carlo," with a genorous
supply of " Rough on Rats." Tho vicious llttlo
brute had bitten nearly a dozen persons, and as
a conscquenco but low regrets, if any, aro beard
over his untimely end.
U m im H K kiW H H W M m, Jt
The Old Friend
And tho best friend that, never
fai!3 you is Simmons Liver Regu
lator, (the Kod Z) that's -what
you hear at tno mention of this
excellent Liver medicine, and
people ehould not bo persuaded
that anyti.ij. else will do.
It is" the lv lag of Liver Medi
cines ; i3 better than pill?, and
takes tho placo of Quinine and
Calomel It acts directly on the
Liver, Kidney and Bowels and
gives new lif'o to tho whole ays
tern. This is tho medicine you
want. Sold by all Druggifts iu
Liquid, or in Powder to bo taken
dry or mado into a tea.
IIiMtlio K Stump In rol on wrapper
J. II. ZIULIN & CO.. PhlUdelchla. Pa.
Tobacco Is beginning to move, but at such Jow
prices that many farmers arc reluctant to sell
They should remember, however, that buyers
have been playing in hard luck the past lew
years and it behooves them to bo extremely cau
tious in touching tho weed.
V II. Fronk, a son of Vulcan and well-known
in Robertson, after a sojourn of several years in
the Blue iGrass, has returned to 'Olivet and
formed o partnership with John M. Ovcrbcy iu
tho blacksmlthlng and wagon-making ibustness,
Henry has the reputation of being one lot the
best mechanics in tho State,
Judge C. B. Morford and H. S. Young aro per
fectlng arrangements to establish a now Demo
cratic newspaper at Brooksvillo, in tho near
future. It will bo an eight-column folio. Both
gentlemen have had active experience in jour
nalism, and possessing abundant energy and in
dustry, will no doubt succeed .
'Squire John K. Hester died at hlsllhomo in
Plnhook precinct Monday, January 21st of kid
ney disease, aged about seventy-one years. Ho
was a Magistrate of this county in 1375 9. He
has served as clerk of every election In his
precinct under threo State constitutions. Ho
leaves a wife and family of grown children and
has relatives in Fleming County.
John Wilson, aged over eighty, who died near
Leesburg, Harrison County, recently, was a
native of Brown County, Ohio, and qwned a
farm below Aberdeen a quarter of a century ago
From 1873 to 1882 ho was landlord of tho Cumber
(now Louisiana) Hotel at 'Olivet. Ho was pres
ent at tho famous duel between Metcalfe and
Casto. His remains were interred at Ripley.
County Court was attended by a moderate
crowd only, owing to the inclement weather.
Not much stock on the market, prices ruling
low. Tho horse-swapper was the most numer
ous quantity. General John Barleycorn was in
active demand, and your scribo saw more
drunken men on that day than ho saw in Cyn
thtaua during a month tho holiday season in
cluded. Yet Cynthiana has two distilleries,
two wholesale liquor houses, three drugstores
and twelve or fifteen saloons.
John Ambuster, our whilom Knight of St.
Crlspcn, who was compelled to quit the business
owing to bad health, died Monday night, Janu
ary 21st, after several weeks patient suffering,
no camo to 'Olivet from Higglnsport, Ohio, in
1878, and by Industry and economy accumulated
a comfortable estate. Genial, warmhearted
and companionable, ho had the friendship, good
will and patronago of tho community. Ho
leaves a wife (neoSallle Dayton) and flvo In
teresting little children, who sincerely mourn
tho loss of a kind, Indulgent husband and
father. Brief funeral services at the house Wed
nesday morning. Interment in tho now ceme
tery. F. L. Bradley, recently deceased, aged eighty
four, was eccontrlc and peculiar in many ways.
A few years ago he listed thirteen tracts of land
for taxation in this county alone, bcsldo con
siderable personal property. For years ho was a
moneylender of no small proportions, and
probably thousands of dollars aro ,yet duo his
estate. Frequently he would hold notes until
fhey became worthless through limitation. All
he seemed to caro for was tho "interest," and ho
was not always prompt in cpljcctlng it. "Uncle
Frank," as ho was familiarly known, will bo
missed in his circle, as ho was accommodating in
many ways, particularly to tho poor.
The "Weekly Bulletin $1.50 a year.
Evening Bulletin $3 a year. Subscribe.
My stock of consigned goods must bo sold.
Underwear, Wool Hosiery,
Mattings, Tahlo Covers,
Bed Spreads and
regardless of cost. Must bo sold or roturned.
Come, and get them. Now Is your chanco,
A. J. McDOUGLE, Agent,
117 Sutton 8trcct.
Farmers and Livery Stablo
G. N. CRAWFORD, tho leading Blacksmlth-on
East Second street, having in his employ a prac
tical workman and un
would bo clad at all tlmns n mvnmmnHnto hlo
pld customers. ,Asldo from Horseshoeing, ho is
prepared to do all kinds ol work with noatnops
and dispatch, having on baud at all tlmesBprlng
I Wagons, Carts, Handcarts and Sleds at tho lowest
AM Our Last Wek' Sale
of Dress Goods
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Surpassed our best axpectatipns, we will evipce our
appreciation to tho ladies by sweeping reductions in
pur Silk department. We have in this stock ft num
ber of remnants ranging from one and a half to five
yards, and costing from 75c. to $1.37$, which we will
dell at the entioing price of 60c. "per yard. We hae
also a few Dress Patterns of Silk Orepons in evening
shades, formerly $1 per yard, but put in this sale at
60 cents. These goods are yery handsome ancf well
worth tho attention of buyers. In this sale we will
include two Hosiery bargains 50c. quality of Black
Hose, 35 cents a pair, or three pair for $1 ; 36c. qual
ity for 25c. a pair, or five pair for $1. These are ex
cellent values, and necessities which should appeal to all.
Sales at above prices must be for cash.
Something of great interest to JiouseJceepers our advertisement of
next week will contain. Watch for it
D. HUNT &
To Wind Up the Season!
We have just completed our first inventory, and we are
more than pleased with tho results of our four months' labor.
Whilst our margin of profit has been less than honest BOOTS
and SHOES were ever sold for, the volume of our business did
the work for us. Wo find, however, more winter stock on hand
than we are willing to carry over, and this we place on sale at
prices never before heard of. Come and see the goods we offer
m this sale You will find them so cheap you will buy them
whether you need them or not. You can afford to lay them
aside until you do need them. Cost of the goods is not consid
ered in this sale. Look at the prices :
Two hundred and fifty pairs Ladles' finest Dongola Goodyear
Wolt Button, any style toe, B, C, T and E width, worth
84.BO $3 2$
Two hundred pairs Ladles' fine Dphjrola Goodyear TVclt But
ton, any style toe. C. I and E widths, worth $4.00 2 75
One hundred and fifty pairs Ladles' Dpngola Goodyear Welt
Button, C, P and E widths, auy s,tyle toe, worth $8,00...... 2 48
One hundred and fifty pairs ladies' Dongola Goodyear Welt
Button, all styles. 1 and E width, worth $2.75 2 OO
Ladies' Kantraroo Calf Button. Patent Leather Tin. worth $2 1 50
Ladles' Kangaroo Calf Button,
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Choice of entire line Men's Calf $5.00 Goodyear Welt Shoes,
all styles and widths 3 75
Men's Calf Cork Sole Bals and Congress, worth $4.50 3 00
Children's Grain School Shoes, sizes 5 to 8 v...37 cents
Children's Grain School Shoes, sizes 0 to 11 45 cents
Children's Grain School Shoes, sizes 12 to 2 50 cents
Men's Heavy Bals and Congress, worth $1.00 75 cents
Boys' Boots 75 cents
Men's Boots, 8 to 11 $1 00
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The Leading Blacksmiths,
SECOND AND LIMESTONE.
Exports In practical Tlorscshoelng. Toolng-out and Toelng-ln loot straightened. Knee-banging.
Forging, Scalplug lutorforlng stopped without discomfort to the horse, Feet trued, balanced and
shod so as to enable Irregular galled horses to go straight with frlotlnnlcss articulation aud incrcas.
ed speed. Your patronago solicited and promptly attended to. Prices reasonable.
I will crush and grind iCorn every Saturday.
Mill in Minerva. Orders solicited and satlsfac-
I tion guaranteed, J, 8. WILSON.
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Satisfaction guaranteed. Rates reasonable. Your
BALL & SCOTT, : : Proprietors.