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AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE
A COLLECTION OF BUTTONS
GOVERNOR MATTHEWS' MERCY.
Twelve Years Taken I'rnm tho Sentence .f
Washington, Ind., Nov. 24. Gov
ernor Matthews 1ms cnt 12 years from
the bcutonco of Samuel Harbin, now in
the Jeffersouvillo penitontiary, for
burning tho Daviess county courthouse.
Ho will be frco in July. Harbin fig
ured in probably tho most sensational
crime in Indiana.
Shortly after midnight, Oct. 7, 1891,
tho recorder's and auditor's offices in
the county courtliouso wcro found in
flames. Many records wcro burned.
Tho odor of coal oil told that the firo
was tho work of incendiaries.. Pinker
ton detectives in less than a' week ar
rested Harbin and Basil Ledgcrwood.
Thoy said they had been employed by
Auditor J. 0. Lavello and A. B. Hawes
to burn tho courthouse.
Lavello and Hawes wero arrested.
Lavello had just mndo tho Democratic
race for state auditor, and ho had spent
inonoy freely. It was rumora(hut ho
was $25,000 short in his nccouuts. It
was a fow days after experts wero em
ployed that tho courthouse was burned.
Hawes, who was wealthy, had several
deeds in tho recorder's office which ho
Ledgerwocd and Harbin wcro each
sentenced to 17 years and Lavollo and
Hawes to seven years each. Ledgorwood
was pardoned two years ago.
Lavello and Hawes aro still in prison.
Dropped Demi in Church.
GREENsnuna, Ind., Nov. 21. Mat
thew Oldham, 70 years old, a prominent
farmer mid a leading citizen of Marion
township, dropped dead of heart; (lis-
easo Sunday night in tho Flat Rock
Baptist church, where he was attending
services. Ho wns singing when ho sud
denly exclaimed, "I guess I'm done
for," and in a fow moments oxpircd.
Mr. Oldham was a deacon and a leading
inemoer or tno cnurcli. no was a
brother-in-law to tho well known Bish
More Tollgntcs Destroyed.
Vehsailles, Ky., Nov. 2-1. Tho de
struction of tollgates continues despite
tho vigilance of tho authorities. Two
gates wero cut down at an early hour
Sunday morning on tho Sellers' Mill
and wilmoro turnpike, 12 miles south
of this city. Thoy wero in a sparsely
settled neighborhood. Tho regulators
are reported to havo been remarkably
bold, cursing and firing their rovolvers
as they wont about their work. Officers
aro on their trail and arrests aro ex
pected. Evicting Miner.
Town Haute, Ind., Nov. 21. Tho
fight between tho bituminous coal
miners and operators has assumed a
6erious aspect. Tho latest movo of tho
operators is a notico ordering all tho
houses now owned by tho companies to
bo vacated. This apparently means
that nonunion men aro to bo brought in
to fill their places. It is feared that
serious trouble will follow such a movo.
Tho 10 days' notico allowed for each
tenant will expire Deo. 1.
Iuaano Over Spiritualism.
Bluffton, Ind., Nov. 24. Dr. J. W.
Freeman, a leading druggist, commit
ted suicido by shooting himself through
tho heart whilo still in bed. It is sup
posed that Ills mind was unbalanced on
tho subject of spiritualism, of which ho
has been a diligent student for 60veral
years. Ho was a man of family. ,
Lafayette Lniie Dead,
Rosebuko, Or., Nov. 24. Lafayotto
Lano, congressman from the state of
Oregon from 1874 to 1870, diod at his
homo in this city yesterday. He was
tho son of Hon. John Lano, the first
United States senator from Oregon, and
a candidato for vice president on tho
Democratic ticket in 1800.
Tno Children Seriously Kurned.
Gkeenshuko, Ind., Nov. 21. While
two children, 2 and 4 years old, respec
tively, of Mrs. S. Huber of Osgood were
left alone, thoy poured coal oil on tho
carpet and set it on firo. Neighbors
rushed in in time to savo tho houso, but
both children wero seriously burned,
and one may dio.
Only Lasted rur Hound.
New York, Nov. 24. Bob Arm
strong of Chicago defeated Frank P.
Slavin of Australia last night in tho
fourth round. They met for a 20-round
go at catch weights beforo tho Union
Park Athletic club and 2,000 persons
wero out to witness tho go.
Kopnrteil to Ho Dying.
English, Ind., Nov. 21. Thomas
Bryan, who had an oyo gouged out and
was otherwise injured last Wednesday
by Calvin Graham of this city, is sup
posed to bo dying. Mr. Graham has
not been arrested. "
Tresldont riant Ito-Klcctcd.
Savannah, Nov. 24. At the annual
meeting of tho Southern Express com
pany hero H. B. Plant was re-elected
president. This will bo Mr. Plant's
2J4th year at tho head of tho company.
Senator Voorhees Hotter.
Terke Haute, Ind., Nov. 24. Sen
ator Voorhees is steadily improving,
and his pcrmanont recovery is assured.
Rain, followed by clearing coldor
weather; brisk to high southwest winds
Ituvluw of tho Grain and Livestock mar
kets For November 2 l.
Cattlo IMmo, 4 4U4 60; good butch
ers, U bUi 00; bulls, btugd and cows,
11 UOlga JO. iioga 1'rlrao light, 53 (Joffl
13 70; heavy, 13 -1U83 60; common to fair,
r& lOGs-i w. snoop Jixtni, ?a mesa do;
good, f3.S03 HO; common.
82 00GS3 B0 J
ppring lumus, f J 25 1 25;
10 UKflU 60.
Wheat B3S0c. Corn-2122o. Cat
llo Solectod butchers, S3 751 10; fair to
medium, i -5(33 05; common, 12 25
3 00. Hogs Selected and prime butchors,
f3 4003 4f; packing, $3 3i'3 40; common
to rough, fa tW8 L'5. Shcep-$3 003 5u;
lumbs. 83 23Q4 40.
Hogs Selected butchora, 83 003 45;
mixed, 83 15GS3 25. Cattlo - Poor to
cholco stcors, (3 25(35 15; othors, $1 20
4 76; cows and bulls, II 753 23. Shoop
$1 7603 60; lnmbs, $3 O0l 75.
Cattlo-3 80 1 90. Shoep-83 00S 50;
lainlu, f 1 0j5 00
Lightning Hot Drops -
What a Funny Narnel
Very, True, but it Kills All Pair
Soldj Everywhere. Every Day
Without Relief, There Is No Par
Anthony Kozol Will Ho Sent to tho Illi
Chicago, Nov. 24. Ex-Banker An
thony Kcxol, who failed lust May for
over $100,000, admitted yesterday that
ho was guilty of crimo in tho handling
of tho bank's funds, and was surren
dered by his bondsmen. Ho stated that
ho had decided to abandon any legal
fight and to accept his punishmont. It
has been arranged that ho plead guilty
to larceny at onco and bo sout to tho
penitentiary. Ho is tho first banker in
tho state to bo sent to prison for misus
ing funds entrusted to his caro.
Ko7el's bank was ono of tho oldest in
tho West Side, and had always been re
garded as financially sound. It was
patronized principally by workingmen
and small tradesmen, who lost every
thing. No Evidence Against Them.
New Yoiuc, Nov. 24. Tho four men
arrested on suspicion of being implicat
ed in tho robbery and murder of Frank
P. Arbucklo of Denver, Col., last Thurs
day morning, wcro arraigned in Polico
court and discharged. Tho prisoners
wero Joseph Davidson, alias Fagan;
George "W. Stovons, Henry Meyers,
alias Mnregen, and Samuel Stewart,
alias "Sheeny Sam."
Eight Lives Wcro Lost.
Point Auena, Cal., Nov. 24. Tho
remainder of tho crew on tho wrecked
steamer San Benito wero rescued by a
boat and transferred to the steamer
"Wecott. Tho survivors, numbering 23,
wcro taken to Mendocino. Tho wreck
is in tho same condition and the steam
er will bo a total loss. Thirty-five men
wcro saved and eight lost.
One Head tho Other Wounded.
Inez, Ky., Nov. 24. Albert Damson,
a well-to-do fanner, came homo intoxi
cated, and began to abuso his wife.
John Kazee, tho wife's brother, inter
fered and a fight followed. Both men
drow pistols and began to firo at short
range. Damson fell dead, shot through
tho heart. Kazeo was slightly wounded.
Quarreled 0cr a Woman.
"West Libekty, Ky., Nov. 24. Yes
terday in Johnson county, just across
the Morgan county line, Frank Wil
liams was shot and killed by Frank
Pilpsky. Tho men had been friends,
but they quarreled over a woman. No
arrest lias been made.
A Man's Head Cut Oft" by a Rolling Stono
Started by Hi Son.
Cedau Run, Pa., Nov. 24. While
hunting pheasants on tho mountain
sido near here Joseph Champaign had
his head cut off by a rolling stone in a
most remarkable manner. His 10-year-old
boy and two playmates wero up tho
steep mountain sido about 50 yards,
tumbling rocks down its precipitous
sides, in order to seo them splash into
A big stono, started by young Cham
paign on its downward course, struck
tho elder Champaign and knocked the
back of his head off as clean as though
it had been cut with an ax.
Serious Itunaway Accident.
Muncie, Ind., Nov. 24. An Avoudalo
street car struck a horso and buggy oc
cupied by Fred Hntslar and Mrs. Ola
Babb, killing tho horso, wrecking tho
bnggy und perhaps fatally injuring
Hutslar. Ho was unconscious for 10
hours. Miss Babb escaped uninjured.
Lhed 120 Years.
Pikeville, Ky., Nov. 21. Henry
Blunkiuslip is dead at his homo in this
county. Ho claimed to be 120 years
old. Ho camo hero with his wif o before
tho war of 1812. Ho was tho father of
15 child! en.
"All nnturo Jb on tho sido of tho rann
who tries to riso," says Drummoud.
Who can Measure
tho influence of the
filotlior it lasts through
all comingagcs.and outers
tho confines of otornity.
With what caro therefore
should tho Expoctant
Mother bo guardod and
how groat tho effort to
make hor me happy.
makes child-birth easy.as
eists nature in Its Bublimo
effort, loaves the Moth,
er stronger after than
boforo conflncmont, and
robs tho hour of its terror.
No Expectant Mother can
afford to neglect Its uso.
"A customer whoso wife used 'Mother's Friend'
tays that if eho had to go through tho ordeal
again, and tbero were but four bottles to ba
obtained, and tho cos was 1100.00 per bottle, he
would havo thorn." GKO.LAYTOH.Cayton.Olilo.
Seat by Mill, on faeelptofpiice.Jr.oo PER DOTTLE. Book'
"iu uxrtuiANi MumiiKV mined liet.
Thc bradfield regulator co.,ati.antaiqa.
BOLD DY IL ORUQattTS.
Mnysvillo Hotnll Market.
GKKEN COFFEE V tt 22 025
MOLASSES no w crop, "$ gallou MvSGO
Golden By run 35 ft. 10
8orghum. fancy new 35
SUOAK-Yellow.tfllb "" 5
Extra C, tt. 6
A. W lb b
urauuiatcu, f, m
Powdered, 13 lb
NewOrleans, y tb,.., 6
TEAR W tb 601 00
COAL OIL-Hcadlight,S gallon 15
BACON Breakfast, V n 10
Clearsliles, ty lb 7rt 8
Hams, $ ft , H ai2
Shoulders, V lb 8
BEAKS V Kallou 20
DUTl'EB-'fl lb 15 20
OHICKKNB-Kach 15 20
EGOS tydozen 18 j20
FLOUR Limestone. l barrel 5 25
Old Gold, W barrel 5 25
Maysvlllo Fancy, fi barrol 4 75
Mason County, barrol 4 75
Morning Glory.lfl barrel 4 75
Boiler King, 11 barrel 5 25
Magnolia, barrol 6 25
Blno Grass, $ barrol 4 60
Graham, tf nock...,, 12 B15
POTATOEMB pock, now 10
HONEY-y . ,820
HOMDfV- gallon.., 15
MKAJUW peck .' 15
I4g7f pound, ., ......, 8
if 1 r
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills which vanish beforo proper ef
fortsgentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the lcnowlcdgo that so many forms of
sickness aro not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of tho system, which the pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is tho only
remedy with millions of families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects are due to tho fact, that it is tho
ono remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness, without debilitating the
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that you havo thc genuine article,
which is manufactured by tho California
Fig Syrup Co. only, and sold by all rep
If in tho enjoyment of good health,
and-tho system is regular, then laxa
tives or other remedies aro not needed.
If afflicted with any actual disease, one
may bo commended to tho most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
then one should havo tho best, and with
the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
Tell us that there are JO pounds
of glue in"every man'sSbody
"We intend to stick to the idea
of handling thelbest CONFEC
TIONERYJin town if it uses
up our entire supply. J i&
CINCINNATI DIVISION CHESAPEAKE AND OUIO.
No. 16 10.05 a. m.
No.Wt 5:30 a. m
No. 1 6:10 a. m
No. 17 8:50 .m
No. 3 4.25 p. ra
No.l5f 5:15 p.m.
No. 2 1:30 p. m.
No, 1st 6:00 p.m.
No.20f 7:35 11. m.
No. 4 10:46 p.m.
vDnllv. l)nilv nTPi.iit sunrlni'
F. F. V. Limited No. 2 arrives at Washington at
C:50 a. m.; Baltimore, 8 05 a.m.: Philadelphia, 10.2i
a. m.; New York, 12:53 p. m.
F. F. V. Limited No 3 arrives at Cincinnati at
6.50 p. m.
Washington Express No. 4 arrives at Washing
ton nt 8.4d p. m.j New York, J.C8 p. n,.
Cincinnati Fast Lluo No. 1 arrives Cincinnati ai
8 00 a.m.
1'ullman sleeping car service to Richmond and
Old Point Comfort by trains 2 and 1.
Direct connection at Cincinnati for all polntf
West and South.
No, 1, 2, 3 aud 4 do hot stop between MaysTllli
For full information and rates to all poIntsEasl
and West, apply to
T A. GARRIGAN, S. E. P. A.,
Huntington, W. Va.
MAYS VILLI! DIVISION.
Leaves Maysville ai
5:52 a.m. for Paris, Lex
ington, Cincin'ti, Rich-
ston, Jellico, Mlddh'sborough, Cumberland Gap
Frankfort, Loulsvlllo and points on N. N. aurt
M. V.-Kaatern Division.
Lcavo Maysville at 1:30 p. m. for Paris, Cincin
nati, Lexington, Winchester, Richmond ana
points on N.N. and M.V, Eastern Division.
Arrive at Maysvlllo at 9:50 a. m. and 8:20 p.m
All trains dally except Sunday,
Tho wide-awako merchant never
loses au opportunity to iucrease the
number of his customers. He's out
for business at all times. Experience
has demonstrated that if you wish to
reach tho peoplo you must advertise.
If you wish to let tho people of
this city and surrounding 'country
know what you havo to sell, adver
tise In tho Bulletin. Thcrells noW
ter medium through which to talk to
them of tho bargains you offer.
and you will bo convinced. This Is
Just tho time to advcrtlso if you wteh
to catch tho season's trade. Peoplo
ore buying their Winter moods. Lot
I them know what you're selling, Ad-
PROPERTY M II
Tho residence of tho lato John McCarthy,
situated on tho south side of tho German
town pike, Just outside th city limits,
will bo sold privately for tho sum of
The lot Is 100 feet front by 105 feet deep,
is a splendid location for a home, has a
good gardenand a nevcr-faillng&pring of
good, clear, cool water. Tho house con
tains four rooms and two halls and Is a
bargain for anv ono desiring a home, or
as an Investment. Apply to
m. j. McCarthy,
Sixteen ounces to the
pound and 4 pounds
Leaf Lard for 25 cts.,
at & t& & s a
A lnrge, two-story double tenement house,
constructed of tho best material, containing
twelve large, light rooms, water Ac. All practi
cally new, costing 83,300. Situated on East
Fourth street In Maysville, Ky., which rents for
SJ1 per mouth. Is ofl'crcd upon tho following
easy terms to a responsible party : For
rayablo in 100 monthly installments of 820 each
with Interest at i per cent. It will be seen that
the rent in 100 months will pay for tho property.
For Inspection of the propcrtv nnd further in
formation see J. N. KEHOE,
ICtf Court street. Maysville, Ky.
Tho Executors of Thomas Wells, deceased, wll.
sell, at private sale, the "Home Tract" of 88 3-4
Acres, near Helena Station; also three other
tracts of land adjoining same, containing 110
Acres, 30 Acrux and 4 Acres respectively.
No better laud in thc State. Terms to suit pur
chasers. Apply to
S. A. lMper")
Maysville, Ky. J
Attorney at Law
Court St., Maysville, Ky.
Pompt nttention to Collections and legal matters.
C. F. Zweigart & Co.,
Sfcond and Sutton Sntr.rrs..
M. R. GILMORE.
GRANITE, MARBLE AHD FREESTOHE
All Monumental work dono in tho best manner
Second Street, Above Optra House
New lino between
Inaugurated May "
Leavo Cincinnati 9.00 a. m 9:15 . m.
Arrlvo Toledo 3:25 p. m 3:55 a. in.
Arrive Detroit .6;15 p. m 0:15 a. m.
Through coaches and Parlor Cars on day trains.
P.ri.U8rr Soa,ches',WaKner Sleeping cars Cincin
nati to Toledo aud Cincinnati to Detroit on night
Tho new servico between Cincinnati, Toledo
and Detroit Is
As good as our Now York lino !
As ffood as our Chicago lino !
As gopd,as oui; St. Louis lino !
Buy your tlckqU through via "Big Four.'
trot lullinformatlon call on agents or addresa