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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
TUESDAY, EVENING, JUNE 13, 1882.
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Soke enterprising business men
Have done the proper thing,
In toppling from his high estate,
Old Coal, the tyrant Kiug.
Would Fortune have the gratitude
Of every soul in town,
She'll put her foot upon his neck
And keep the rascal down.
Quarterly Court is in session to-day.
Coal sells this week at S cents a bushel.
There is very little sickness of any kind
in Maysville, at present.
Fat hogs in Fayette county are selling
at 8 and SI cents a pound.
When you want printing at the lowest
prices, remember the Bulletin office.
The chinch bug has been found in a
number of wheat fields in this county.
Mt. Sterling elected a Republican City
Judge last Saturday by a majority of one
John Bonanza, better known as "Peanut
Johnny'Jhas decided to discontinue business
in Maysville and remove to Gallipolis,
The latest pest is the rice bird. It has
appeared in great numbers in the adjoining
counties and is destroying the cherry
Considerable damage by the army
worm is reported in the neighborhood of
Mayslick. The timothy fields especially,
G. W. Riffle will arrive in this county
in a few days with a steam thresher prepared
to do all the work that may be entrusted
Judge A. J. Ewing, of Bath county, is
selling corn meal to the poor of his
at CO cents a bushel, when it is
worth $1. a bushel elsewhere.
Mr. Nicholas Burger has a handsome
Ceres Grandiflora that is now in bloom.
This is the first time in 28 years, Mr Burger
informs us, that one has bloomed in
G. "W. Riffle, of Bentonville, Ohio,
bought a- few days ago of Mrs. Lee, of this
county, 100,000 feet of walnut timber, and
is having it sawed up for shipment to the
J. C. Owens & Co., proprietors of the
Elevators, are selling the celebrated
Williams Chicken cock coal at eight
cents a bushel. Now is the time to secure
the winter supply of fuel. See advertisement.
Hon. E. C. Phister.
The Clark County Democrat says :
Judge Phister, of the Maysville district, announces
that he will not again be a. candidate
for Congress. Men die but rarely quit politics
Tvhon' once in. Judge J?hl3ter.,is uerYing his
second term, and has beenaneralnehtly'useful,
yaluable .jnember. HI& services to .the demo.
cratlc?party during ithe extra session of." 1870
-were never appreciated as'tnoysnouia nave
been. He was chiefly instrumental in savins
it. frnm mnlrlnor n rrretnt. hlnnrlap huf urna fr
' County Court Proceeding.
The following list of settlements which
were returned and filed at the last term of
the court and laid over till the present
term for exceptions were ordered to be
W C. Pelham, administrator of Paris
W. B. Grant, executor of Add Grant,
John Gabby, guardian of Amanda J.
Same, guardian of Laura Vach Victor.
The following list of settlements were
filed and ordered to lie over for
J. H. Daugherty, administrator of Milton
M. C. Hutchins, guardian of Elizabeth
Marshall (now Perkins.)
W. S. Frank, trustee of Arthur Berry &
Edward Marshall, guardian of C. T.
Allen Grover, guardian of Anna White,
John H. Hall, guardian of Frank B.
Harriet E. Collis, guardian of Alice and
Julia E. Pickett, guardian of Robert P.
Same, guardian of Thornton B. Jenkins.
Same, guardian of Willie G. Jinkins.
R. A. Stubblefield, guardian of Sarah. M.
John T. Tucker, guardian of Anna F.
Mary A. Wood, executrix of Andrew
James Mackey, administrator of Thomas
Martha A. Mitchell, guardian of Charles
Same, guardian of Eliza A. Mitchell.
Waller Small, executor of Elizabeth
Sandridge (colored) deceased.
E. O. Piles, guardian of James L. Piles.
Same, guardian of Carrie T. Piles.
An inventory of the personal estate of
Francis A. Gaither, deceased, was ordered
to be recorded.
The Sheriff of Mason county, was appointed
administrator of Catherine Bullock
Hon. Garrett' S. Wall, chairman of the
committee to erect jail, produced his bond
which was filed and ordered to be recorded.
The last will and testament of Mary
Porter Durrett, together with a certified
copy of the judgment of the Mason circuit
court affirming the decision of the county
court establishing said will, was filed and
Dan Perrine qualified as guardian of J.
D. Sid well, a non-resident minor.
Thomas Downing resigned as road overseer
of roads in district No. &, of precinct
No. 10, and Jolin Crosby appointed in his
It was ordered that Charles D. Newell
is a geutlman of honesty, probity and good
An inventory and appraisement of the
personal estate of Mary E. Calvert, deceased,
was filed and ordered to be recorded.
A sale bill of same was also filed and ordered
The annual report of the Helena and
Mayslick Turnpike Company was filed.
An inventory of the trust estate of C. P.
Cook was filed.
J. C. Pickett, sheriff, executed bond for
the collection of the county levy for 1882.
D. J. Reese qualified as common school
commissioner :ot Masou county. .
James H. Sallee produced his commission
from the governor, and qualified as a
notary-public. '.' v -
Thomas' B, Artp.ur; resigned as overseer
of roads in District'No. 5 of' Precinct No. 7
and J; H. CaldjfcveU waa: appointedin his
O. C. Degman resigned ',nsover2ecJfof
roads in. District No. 9-of Precinct No. 9
modest to claim the merit. ua'adfJTJhlff Ottojasappbinted iirhia'Bteads
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Points About People Here and Elsewhere.
Mr. John B. Furlong, of Rose Hill, left
Monday afternoon, to visit friends at Cincinnati.
Mr. John Jones, of Hopkins county, this
state, is spending a few days with his
friend, L. W. Galbreath.
Miss Lide Berry left for Louisville, on
Monday, to be present at the marriage of
Miss Lorena Owens to Mr. Pomeroy of that
An Alleged Doctor in Trouble.
The Portsmouth (Ohio) Times says :
Last Tuesday, Dr. James Goodpaster, who
professed to be a physician, from Maysville,
Ivy., was arrested at the Instance ol Dr. T. F.
Davidson, Physician of the Board of Health, on
the chargo of producing an abortion upon Mr?.
Lou. Hamilton, who occupies n part of the
Gerlach property, on Chilllcothe street. The
information upon which the arrest was made,
was extracted from a colored man Eugene
Charity with whom Mrs. Hamilton has been
cohabiting for some time. As related by Charity,
the fcetus, about three mouths old, was
found by Dr. Davidson, Sanitary Policeman,
S. Lampman and olllcers Andrews.Gallion and
Lucas, burled In the ground on Robinson
avenue, In front of the residence of Hon, J. W.
At the meeting of the Board of Health yesterday
morning. Dr. Davidson wis authorized
to prosecute Goodpaster to the extent oft he
law, and In obedience to the mandates of that
body, a preliminary examination was begun
in the aiternoon before Mayor Crawford, out
after hearing several witnesses, a postponement
was had until this morning at 9 o'clock.
It would seem that the Maysville man is in a
very bad box.
Mrs. Lewis Morgan, of Nicholas county, was
visiting here last week.
John DIsher Is preparing to erect a large barn
There was quarterly meeting at Salem church
Mrs. Cynthia Berry, who has been sick for
some time, was burled at McKendrie Chapel
last Wednesday. Services by Rev. J. B.
assisted by Rev. Wilson. A large crowd In
The Robertson end of the Mt. Olivet and Two
Lick end was let out last Thursday to the
Bros., at 2,200 per mile. Let Mason
whoop up her part ol the road. Homo.
R W Wells visited Cincinnati last week.
R M Harrison, agent for J C Coid, visited
Tollesboro Saturday and Sunday.
Misses Nannie Rice and Lizzie Ross, Willie
Rice and W H Cord, returned last week from
K C & B College, North Middletowu, Ky. Wm
Cord graduated in bookkeeping and received a
Mrs Louis King and Mrs H Y Cord and 0car
King attended the commencement exercises at
North Middletowu, last week.
Millwood has now two Kings and a Queen
R W Wells purchased G w Gray residence at
Helena Station last week for $4,000. Lemon.
Miss Mollie Piper, of this place, gave" quite a
zraud entertainment last Friday nlgut, in
honor of her guests and college mates, Miss
Smith, of Oweusboro, and Miss Wlthrow, of
Midway, Ky. The parlors were crowded with
the beauty and chivalry of the neighborhood.
The fair hostess presided with a grace and ease
that Insured a pleasant evening to all who
Promptly at eleven o'clock, the company
wer.e ushered into thesiaious dining room,
where a sumptuous teas, was spread, The
tables were arrayed in most becoming style, a
pyramid of flowers aad fruitsdecked the center.
Nor were the dainties lacking either in variety
or quality. The evening passed oti'most enjoy-ably
and everyone was eloquent., in praises
of the occasion. Misses Wlthrow and Smith
were the belles of the evenlug and worthily
for their beauty, vivacious conversations and
elegaut bearing were sufficient to insure innumerable
Among the ladles present we noticed Miss
Anna Clary who has lust returned from Daughters'
College, Harrodsburg, and Misses
Parry, Wells, Fountain, Shaukllu and
Among the gentlemen, were Dr. Davis,
Charles and Richard Hopper, Sam Smith,
Wilse Rtehesou. P. P. Parker, James Threlkeld,
James Fitzgerald and others.
State of Lewis at Large.
The Lewis circuit court is in session. Judge
Cole presiding, Joseph A Sparks, circuit clerk,
Thos. A, Currau, Commonwealth's attorney,
Thos. C. Wilson, Sheriff. The docket is unusually
small, the attendance large, but this Is
owing to political influences, the county and
state tickets occupying more attention than
The new Garland House is carrying the traveling
publlcou a boom.
General Vancleve, of Philadelphia, arrived
here Sunday on his way to the Georgia conference
which he recently Joined. General Van
olene has laid aside ills Implements of war and
girded on' tho swoW of rlghteousnessjiud now
"devotes himself to 'thoservroe: "of -his master.
His discourses at the Methodist church South
Sunday jjlghtwas' the loftiest, utterances over
'heard in that iShtfrcu'. ieiGQueral's delivery
is dramatic, evidently he has been on the stage.
jfHjB'Blnging3transceuda anything ever ottered
io unsx'umiuuuii.y. nu preuunaa uuio uutiutj
Miss Cora GatesTSOne of the most beaatlful
and young ladles KaV
nawha Valley has been visiting Miss Maudo
Bums of Concord, and Miss Annie Henry, of
Vanceburcr, returned home on the Hostona
Sunday. The boys are sighing.
Mrs Nancy Rand, of Charleston, W. Va., Is
visiting Mrs Lucy C Henry aud Col W S Rand's
families at Vanceburg and Concord.
The vendors of the steamer Fauny Dugan
paid two calls on Captain J C Agnew, of the
steamer Return, aud offered to buy or charter
his steamer at very fancy prices. Captain Agnew
comes to stay.
A Frontier Humorist.
Awav on the extreme western frontier,
in the'foot hills along Green River, Gen.
Forsythe, of Sheridan's staff, found a humorist
during an inspection tour. He
came upon a solitary station-keeper, who
lived in a hut containing four stalls for animals,
and a combination parlor, kitchen
rind sleeping apartment, six by ten feet in
size. Over the door outside was in huge
letter: "Hotel de Starvation, one thousand
miles from hay and grain, seventy miles
from wood, and fifteen miles from water."
The walls of the room were decorated
with pictures cut from police publications.
Over the door inside, in charcoal letters a
foot in length, were the words: "God Bless
Our Home ;" and in another place the notice
: "Wanted A nice young girl for general
housework. Apply within."
July wheat SI 1
'pork 20 07
" lard 11
" coin WVi
Corrected dally by G. W. Ge is el, grocer, Second
street, .Maysville, Ivy.
Limestone 8 8 25
Maysville Family 7 50
Maysville City 8 00
Mason County . 7 60
Elizavilie 7 25
Butter, "rf lb 2J
Laid, W, ll;f 15
Ess, " doz JiO
Meal "j peck !M
Buckwheat, v lb
Molasses, fancy s0
Coal Oil, V gal 20
Sugar, granulattd "& It 11)'
' A.Vtb li
v " . s?.:r
Hams, sugar curel it-.
Bacon, breakfast "$ tt..
Hominy. '$ gallon
15 fa iii
... CO 170
CHICKEN COCK COAL!
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
Price reduced to 8c. CASH, free from dirt or
slack, at the
MAYSVILLE COAL ELEVATORS.
fS3end In your orders while the river Is up.
Office of Judge of Mason County Court
Maysville, Ky., June 1, 18b2.
proposals will be received at this office
SEALED SATURDAY, THE 24TII DAY. OF
JUNE, 1832. for the purchase of
or a less amount of
5-10 Mason County Bonds
Kentucky each bond Is for 350Q of date July 1
18S2, bearing interest at 6 per cent, per anuum,
payable July and January.
Bonds redeemable at any time after fi e years
from date, and payable at the expiration ot ten
years from date.
The committee authorized to sell said Bonds,
reserves the right to reject any or all bids or accept
them to a part only of their amounts.
Proposals to bo In writing, signed by the
party, sealed and endorsed, " Bids for Bonds,"
and addressed to the "Committee to ereot.Jall."
Bonds to lie delivered and money paid July
1, 1882. , . GARRETT S. WALL,
m3ldtw Chairman of Committee.
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