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-DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
SATURDAY EVENING, DEO. 9, 1882.
PrjBLISUEUS AND PROPRIETORS.
Hk that Is In trade is wise,
SA11 his goods to advertise ;
"JPqr that's the very reason why
r Half the people come and buy.
Those who tread iu, wisdom's, ,w,ays
"WTlJl sell most goods for holidays.
Good skating to-day.
, M. Dajis, clothing, big trade, sells cheap.
. A basket factory has. been established
Tjie merchants report a. fair busfness
the present week.
TnE street-car drivers at Lexington, are
paid $25 a month.
Hogs are selling at $6 a hundred pounds
in Fleming county.
The membership in the lodge of Knights
of Honor, of Maysville, is rapidly increasing.
Some people are cutting ice to-day. It
is over two inches thick and of the best
An English physician says that a woman
who has a great secret can be made really
ill by keeping it.
-Mrs. John Haggard, of Clarke county,
has a gourd that is known to have been
in the possession of the family for over 400
The track of the Maysville division of
the Kentucky Central is being laid with
steel rails. Several miles of track have
already been put down.
Jack Thompson, who was dmwned
when the steamer Morning Star exploded
her boilers on the lower Mississippi a few
days ago, was a citizen of Ripley. Engineer,,
Mark Pennywjtt, who was severely
injured, lived at Manchester.
. A despatch to the Courier-Journal from
.Grayson, Carter County, says: The people
of Carter county very much dislike
the idea of Neal and Craft being brought
here for trial in February, but affirm that
justice can be done them there and good
order maintained without the aid of troops.
No trouble is anticipated, even should the
Buyers of holiday goods are informed
that Messrs. J. C. Pecor & Co., have just
received an immense stock of articles
suitable to the Chistmas season. Their
stock is larger than any they have heretofore
had and embraces a great variety of
elegant goods at very low prices. The
readers of the Bulletin are invited to call
and see their stock.
At the request of Dr. James Shackleford
we print elsewhere the Report of the Philadelphia
Board of Health wherein are
suggested the best methods of preventing
the spread of diphtheria and rules prescribed
for the treatment of this, dread
ji disorder. The.,paper contains information
., of iyalue to.every household, and it ought
1 therefore to bo cut out and preserved.
MjKsgna. Iorrison & Kacklewy
! advertise, a variety of holiday .goods which
will bolguqd qxx jejeganj and- suitable to
the seasbn. Their stock has been selected
.'OTXWWe ?nd i veromjilete,
while prices are quite as low as the most
exacting could expect. A'"VishVto this
- ,they- have avwelLsslectedi and .attractive,
. ' Religious.
Services will be held as usual at the
Church of the Nativity to-morrow morning
and evening, bv Rev.-W. D. Powers.
Rev. M. D Reynolds will conduct the
services at the M. E. Church, south, to
morrow morning, assisted by Rev. G. S.
Rev. A. Boreing will preach at the M.
E. Church, Third street, at the usual hour
morning. Subject: I Kings
11th chapter 47th yerse.
There will bo noservices at the Baptist,
Presbyterian and Methodist churches .tomorrow
evening, owing to the jneeting.of
the.Mason .County Bible Society at the
Christian Church, in which the congregations
named will join.
Rev. J. K. Pace will preach at Washington,
to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. He
will hold services as. usual at the Baptist
Church in this city to-morrow morning,
but there will be no service at night. Subject
of sermon : "Good tidings of great
The congregation of the southern Presbyterian
Church Will, hold services at the
church on Third street to-morrow morning.
The Rev. W. W. Moore, of .Millers-burg,
will occupy the pulpit. Everybody
There will be no services at the Presbyterian
chapel in the Fifth Ward to-morrow,
owing to the absence of the pastor, Rev.
S. B. Alderson, who has gone to Frankfort
to hold services in the Presbyterian church
in that place.
During the week preceeding Christmas
the Daily Bulletin will be enlarged to a
five column paper and an edition of one
thousand copies printed and circulated
each day in this city, Chester, Aberdeen
and in the other towns adjacent to Maysville.
We shall thus be enabled to offer
the , business men of he city who wish
to advertise their holiday goods, the best
and at the same time the cheapest medium
for doing so.. Our patrons may rely upon
having their fa vors printed in six thousand
papers during the week, all of which
will be circulated where they will be of
the most benefit to advertisers. Call and
ascertain our rates. Contracts, should be
made immediately, as our space will be
A; nassenfrer train on the Lexington and
collided! Peel.cut in small pieces, one ounce of
Big Sandy Railrpad on Thursdav
dered cmamon, one half once of powder-ton,
a freight train in a tunnel. near Hin-
Kv., one hundred and twenty miles ed Singer, one grated nutmeg :nnd a little
east of Huntington.' Four or five persons snltJ eitllGr bllke or boiljaecording to taste,
were killed and about twenty injured, I Bake noarly two ho,lrs' pour
! into a cloth' tio the cloth' R,lowiu ll little
some of whom will die. Both trains were
running at full speed.
A freight train on the Kentucky-Central
coming north Friday afternoon about
three o'clock, left the track about two;
miles from this city. Two cars were badly I
crushed. One of them was loaded with
Points About People Here and Elsewhere.
Mrs. 0. H. P. Thomas is visiting her
daaghter, at Walnut Hills, Cincinnati.
Mis3 Maggie Branch, of-Lewisburg, is
the guest' of the 'family of " Mr. S. R. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Sutherland, of
are the. guests of Mrs. John H.
; llig)ipinan J)an. Morgan, is attached
to the United States steamer Lackawa'na,
which i8F,J,pj;lesevmteJPcific ocean on
Lexington Transorlpt. Ml
r The- MysviUer;IAifcrBuLDKTiN.dB ajy.ear date
"KiGiiTSofthe Wise men of the World"
is the name of a colored organization at
The conspicuous absence of those "300"
brass medals, since the recent election,
suggests the thought that they are no
longer fashionsble. Is this so ?
The following named persons are the
officers selected to hold the city election
First Ward, Oulten's tin shop Wm. H. Campbell,
J. 1. Brldaos, Sr and W. O. McUltinuhan.
Second Ward, City Hall-J. H. Rains, W. F.
Adamson and James Ran kins.
Third Ward, Gymnasium building J. H. Bailee,
Chaa. McAulllTo and Leslie Worthington.
Fourth Ward, Stick'ey's shoo John L. Grunt,
Charles Phlstor and a. R.-Powell.
Fifth Ward, Franklin's tin s?iopV. H.
J. M.Bali ftud E. B. Powell.
The council committee on ways and
means at the last meeting of the board
reported the debts of the city that will
mature the coining year, as follows:
Bonds S 9,000 00
Note to Bank of Maysville 5,000 00 1
Note to H. C, Norlhcott 1,000 00
Interest 0.279 00 I
Current expenses '28,475 00 1
Total 814,75-1 00 i
Estimated deficiency of this year 5,000 00
Grand total 519,754 00 1
Receipts from licenses, dividends, premiums, I
rent, taxes and wharfaue is $35,524 30. leaving a '
deficit of $14,329 61.
At the regular meeting of the Board of
Councihnen on Thursday evening, the
committee on Ways and Means recommended
that the council employ three
competent men to furnish a statement by
wards of the actual cash value of each
piece of property in the city, and that the
council assess the property so returned at
a fixed rate and let it stand as the assessment
of the city for a period of five years.
The committee was instructed to prepare
an ordinance embodying the suggestions
made and submit it to the council at the
une pound, or raisins, stoned ; one
pound of currants, washed and dried ; one
pound of rich beef suet, minced ; one
pound of stale bread crumbs one pound of
flour. Mix the bread crumbs, flour and
suetjqgether. Beat six,,eggs,well and add
to them a pint of sweet milk, a table-spoonful
of soda in the millc.Beat the
eggs and milk with the suet and flour
ior some time, Jhen stir in the
.currants and raisins, mixing well as, you
proceed. Mix in also one-fourth of a
pound of candied orange and lemon
room to swell, ana boil six,jhours, lt is
better boiled. Serve with vanilla snnce.
Advertisements Inserted under this heading
JOc per line for each insertion.
Lots fok sale. Two building lots, on
Second street, East Maysville, 33 by 120
feet each, adjoining each other. Very desirable
for building purposes. Price $500
each. Apply at this office. d2tf
For sale I will sell cheap, and on
easy terms that desirable property at the
mouth of Limestone creek, city of Mays
ville, known as the Ebersole property,
with several hundred feet of river, front.
Call and see (d8dlw) A.R.Glascock.
HuAPQUARTpEBS for sparo rjbSjtenderloins
bajekbones,," sausage meat &c., at John N.
A?htnas d) 'pX'iirjun tore, Mafke) street,
at wholesale, an retail.
' - fJElEGHINQBRi TlIOMAS & Co.
the wants of the people itthese
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Messrs. Windhorst ec Blum fashionable
merchant tailors have received an elegant
line of imported and domestic goods, which
they are prepared to make to order in the
latest style at the lowest possible margin
of profit. If you desire to get a. perfect
fit and save money at the same time you
should not fail to leave your order with
Corrected daily by G. W. Gei3eIj, grocer, Second
street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone 8 0 75
Maysville Family 5 75
Maysville City 6 25
Mason County 5 75
Kentucky Mills 5 5q
uuiier, gi 10 2o
Eggs, doz 25
Meal l peck 25
Molasses, fancy 75
Coal Oil, 3 gal 120
Sugar, granulated b 11
4 A. $ lh WA
yellow ty tb 8-5
Hams, sugar cured $ th .- 10
Bacon, breakfast $ tb 10
Hominy. ty gallon 2u
Henns lg illon 51)
Potatoes " peck 1520
JANUARY ELECTION, 1883.
POIt 91 A Y OR.
We are authorized to announce HORACE
JANUARY as a candidate tor re-election as
Mayor at the ensuing January election.
In response to lhecail inad on nio through
the columns of tlie HuLLKrry and to many
solicitations from leading citizens, I have
consented to the use ol my nsune as a candidate
to represent the Third ward in the city
council, and respectfully solicit thesupnortof
the voters In wild ward. R. B. LUVEL.
At thesollcltatlon of miny of his friends in
the Fifth Ward, Mil. THOMAS Y. NESBITT
has consented to become a candidate fr
and we are authorized to announce
that he will make the race.
At the earnest solicitation of miny of- the
best citizens of the Firth ard, I liuve consented
to be a candidate lor reelection to the
city council at the ensuing January electron.
V. B. MATHEWS. .
We are authorized to announce th t Major
THOS. J CHKNOWKTH is a candidate f.r reelection
asCouncllman from the Second Ward,
at the ensuing January election
THE BEST FIVE CENT CIGAR IN
-FOR SALE AT-
J. C. Pecor & Co.'s
soi'rihtwBm Drug Store.
MOUSE on the Fleming pike
DWELrjIXG of nine rooms, porch halls and
two good cellars. Good dairy, stable, orchard
and gaulon with fine young fruit trees on the
premises. For rent on very reasonable terms
to a carol ul tenant. Apply to ..,
M. H. GILMORE,
nlotf at Daughorty's .Marble Works.
For Sale, Priya fill
One Hundred and Forty-three
Acres of Productive Land
One south of MILLERS'BURG. on
the Maysville and Lexington Turnpike. This
tract has on it a tine Two Story
Containing eight rooms, beside Hulls aud Collars
; all necessary
i ' .
Walter for sdl Purposes,
and all conveniences usually .found on a first
It Is.sltittted in a gopd .neighborhood
'and convenient to Churches and Schools.
For liither p'artlularsl'A.pplyto; -