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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN
K1UDAY KVESIStT DKOl 1881
Tub Atlanta Cotton Exposition will
cloc on DeriMnber 51
Tun Legislature hits appointed a com
mittee to investigate the management and
treatment of convicts in the State prison
Hoy Ghkkn ft Kbitak editor of the
Bourbon Sun bus been appointed by
Speaker Owens the Enrolling Olerk of the
IloUbC
Tiikkk are indications of another trunk
railroad line from New York to the West
It will run up the west kink of the Hud
Sn and through the state westward par
allel with but south of the New York Cen
tial Nearly 40000000 have been sub
s Mibed to the enterprise
It is reported on pretty good authority
that Dr Black has recently been trying to
sell out his road to Huntington Col
Child has made a careful estimate and
finds that another road from Augusta
down can be built for 5000 less than
Blacks figures
A sriwKcr that will bring on a fierce
fiht in the Legislature is the question of
repealing the tax of half a cent on the one
hundred dollars for the benefit of the State
ollege at Lexington The other colleges
in the state are bitterly opposed to it and
air using their best efforts to secure the
repeal
Iv the House on Thursday Mr Kehoc
was granted leave to bring in a bill to
ihartcr the Farmers Mutual Protection
i wiation of Mason county and also a
bill to amend the charter of the Maysville
Agricultural and Mechanical Association
of Maysville They were referred to the
r Muinittee on Corporate Institutions
Tin winter of 1831 82 is already marked
by astonishing atmospheric eccentricities
among which may be mentioned the heavy
frost and freezes along the gulf coast Im
mediately along the coast in Louisiana
the mercury has already twice fallen to 27
fuhrenheit or 5 degrees below freezing
dreat damage has been done to the sugar
cane crop much of it has been frozen and
frHiously damaged if not ruined Anoth
er instance of the astonishing severitv of
the weather for that locality is found in
the fact that a man was frozen to death in
the streets of San Antonia Texas a day or
two since All vegetation throughout the
trull stales has suffered materially from the
v ld wave
Tin resources thnt the big monopolies
otn bring to bear in a contest are not
always measured carefully by these vho
undertake to wage war upon them The
grocers in Coluuilms Ohio wanted lu buy
oil on better terms than the Standard Oil
I ompany would supply them and pur
chased of other refiners The Standard
Company immediately undersold the
market Failing thus to brimr the gro
i MModcal with them the oil company
skirted in the grocery business find sold
pintls at cost This state of things con
twines The grocers stand firm and
with public sympathy on theirside prom
ise to make a hard fight The temptation
1o buy cheap groceries in these times of
high prices however is likely to prove
too much for theavorigo householders of
Columbus and we fear the grocers will
liudthat the odiousness of the monopoly
will not prevent their customers from get
ting their flour and sugar where they can
buy tlte cheapest But Ohio would seem
to be a good missionary field for the Anti
Monopoly party
NEWS BREVITIES
Mr Emmet G Logan of the Courier
Journal was married to Miss Clara Cov
ington at Bowling Green
The Schooner Kate Gillet was lost on
Lake Michigan with all her crew
At Greencastlo Ind thirteen cars were
wrecked and a bra Iceman killed
Joseph Krantz was killed by a land
slide at Canal Dover O
August Kersbaro was arrosted at Sydney
Ohio for forgery
There are many cases of small pox at
Bayard Ohio
B T Ready died suddenly at James
town Ohio
Keifer of Ohio is weakening as a can
didate for the speakership and an effort
is now making to consolidate the West on
Kasson
It is understood at Washington thai no
Southerner is to be in the cabinet
A memorial tablet is to be erected on
the spot where Garfield fell
W R Debow of Critenden county Ky
was found with his neck broken near
Oneida Tenn He fell from a train
Thomas Reed was killed at Allenville
Mo by an accident in a saw mill
More agrarian outrages arc reported in I
Ireland and the shot gun policy is being
vigorously applied to rent payers
At Wooster 0Patrick Snyder was fatally
injured by falling from a train
Wholesale burglaries are reported at
Cyathiana Ky Kentucky towns are
warned to look out for a visitation
The body of James Smith a coal miner
at Nelsonvillo Ohio mysteriously missing
was found in a mine He had committed
suicide
TWO STATES
KENTUCKY
The amount of the various funds in the
State treasury October 10 1SS1 was 247
346 14
All the State papers insist that it is the
duty of the present Legislature to pass an
effective dog law
The governor says charitable institu
tions of the State have been well and ad
mirably managed
The Press says there hasnt been a fail
ure in business circles of any magnitude
in Paducah for several years
A catamount was killed in Lewis county
last week It measured four feet six inches
from nose to tip of tail
The Progress says that Catlettsbnrg is
not only the gate but the golden gate
that opens up the richest vallev in the
State
It is reported that General Echols will
have iivo thousand men at work on the
Newport Big Sandy Railroad by tho
first of January that his agents are now
i in town engaging all the hands and teams
they can find If this is true Maysville
will soon have another railroa and that
too without paying any one 100000 for
it
What They Say About Us
Augusta Ky Chronicle
We areinrecoiptof the Daily Evicxixo
prise upon the part of tho proprietors and
we wish it abundant success
A resolution to appoint a committed five
from the Senate and seven from the House
to consider all bills relating to the call for
a constitutional convention was adopted
by the Kentucky Legislature
COMING BACK
THE NEW ENGLAND
OPERA COMPANY
W
In Adrans Great
Comic Opera
WILL REAPPEAR AT
wfcntUyQwom Oipsejv soypw
ednesday Dec 7th
MASCOT j
PUBLIC SALE
sold my farm near Minerva T will
HAVING my personal property on the place
on WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 7TII consist
ing of 1 tancy biy mare 2 years old last spring
2 extra good milch cows 1 tat heifer 1 calf four
months old 1 wagon I cart 1 2 horsu sleigh 1
grain box holding over 100 bushels 1 good ride
nil my fanning implements household and
kitchen furniture hay in the mow corn in the
crib All sums Si a credit of four months all
sums under cash in hand putchaser giving
bond with good security Sale to begin nt ten
ocl ock It d E D W A R D 1C O V ENS
CASH STQiRES
NESBITT fc MTcKKKVIi
Billitin published at Maysvillo and is- i7c
Miq suttox stkeet - - - iiyvi Ky
sued by the proprietors of the Maysville j
Wkekly Bullktin It bespeaks enter- O
PLENDID new stock of Staple and Fancy
Dry Goods bought at bottom prices for cash
JWTLowesl prices is our busi ness motto
JulyiMy NESIUTT McKIlKLL
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DENTIST
CO Utt T BTEET MA YS VILLE ICY
t Gas tned In tho extraction of teeth dl
Miss Lina Lorane
as Bettina the Mascot
Mr O A Skiff
This Company is pronounced by all who heard them as the finest Opera
Company that has ever visited Maysville
Reserved Seats 75 cts
irvn
YOt
Are informed that you are overlooking your
best interests when you puss by
JOHN WHEELER
He has more good things than anybody else in
the city at
LOWER PRICES
See here my friend how does this look
New York Count Oysters from two to three
incheslong Chesapeake Bay Oysters famous
for their fluver Game ot all kinds Possum
occasionally Canned Goods Confectionery
Fruits and sifter while Toys and Holiday Goods
iro n all parts of creation Readers of the Bul
letin Call md see me
JOHN WHEELER
dwjl Market Street
CALL AND SEE THE
Latest Styles and Cheapest Slock of
BOOTS AND SHOES
AND
HATto and CAPS
for the winter season We keep the best in t he
market as those who have bought of us can
testify
HARD PAH PRICES
We will not be undersald Call and see us
Exclusive sale ol the Dunbuy Silk Hat
noJlmd AMROGERS
Tickets 50 oents
F H TRAXEL Baer ant Confectioner
SECOND STREET
Holiday Goods in great variety Candies Nuts Fruits and Confectionery geuerally fresh
of Mm host cimilit v and at the lowest prices
iS ijrcrp tjipQ Served at all hours in any style desired and also furnished by the can
JL hJ L JLm riHJK
n25Ud
and half can Weddings Parties mil Balls served on short notice
F M TRAXEL Confectioner
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ATTORNEY AT LAW
dee2oly
Court Street
aiAYSVIIjljK KY
p ARRETT S3 WALL
A T T It N E Y AT A W
mul onnty Jndc
Ofkich in Coukt Housk MAYSVILLE KY
Will practice in Circuit Courts of Mason uul
adjoining Counties and Court of AppealsJ
juiv ia ib77 iy
pOONS A SALLEE
ATTOKAKYS AT Si AW
And Ixamiiiers for MasoH tionnty
MAYSVILLtiJtY
Will practice in the courts of Mason and adjoin
ng counties Special attention given to
ection of claims Remittances inado promptly
Office Third Street near Courthouse julylo
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ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFI CO UJt T STREET
march 11 1880 MAYSVIEBE 1SY
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JVJ4TjET OF TEETH 10
rjiEETH drawn by SPRA1 Ol
7 JL lice old stand Second street
may 26 1 v
B E ROBERTS CO
IUOIMUFTOKH
LIMESTONE MILLS - - Maysville Ky
MAYSVILLE and Limestone and High
Grade Potent Process Flour Middlings
Khipstufis and II ran un hand at all times
BSithest price pitiil for Vliat JulyS ly
SMITH RYAE3 s
Gas and Steam FittersJCS
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Manufacturers of
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WorlciuK Modolsand KxporhnontallM
Machinery made to order All kinds
lof Llirht Machinorv ronalrod and ad Blw
I justed Slencll Cutting Bronzing andja
Reglldlnu neatly done nov18 I
fr4 Chonpordayathomo Samples worth
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