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W. C. RICHESON, Dealer in Staple and Fancy GROCERIES,
TnE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY EVE., APRIL 13, 1883.
The boys who nit tlje smokers loll.
Their calling will ho plying,
UecniiRoUio Union's color now
Triumphantly nre Hying.
Tho bosses very wisely ceaso
To worry and to Irct,
And ljko good boys, their minds ure fixed
To comaln from the wet.
Tin; Cigar-Makers' Union held a meeting
Tub dry goods stores are making a very
handsome display of parasols.
Jailkk Fitzukuai.d is entertaining six
guests this week at the Castle.
Oun daily telegraph market report will
hereafter include quotations of leaf tobacco.
Mkssus. Owk.vs & JJ.uti;i.i:v received a
car-load of tobacco hoes this morning.
Thev are of a celebrated brand.
Tin: now nickels are said to be worth
from 2.3 cents to 73 cents each. These1
prices are paid by coin collectors. I
Oni: hundred seats have already been
reserved for the Hazel Kirke entertainment,
which takes place at tho Opera
House next Wednesday evening.
Masonic Special meeting of Confidence
Lodge No. 52, F. and A. M. Saturday
at 7 o'clock. Work in E. A. degree.
al3 S. P. Oash'iiuli., Sec'ly. j
Kkv. M. P. Reynolds will preach at
the M. FJ. Church, South, next Sunday
at 11 a. in., and 7:39 p. m. Subject for
evening: ''The standard for judging
the Biblo in the light of modern research."
A iicn at the home of Capt. Jacob,
Miller, near this city, recently died, leaving
a brood of ten chickens. They were,
adopted by an old rooster, who shelters
them at night and scratches for them'
during the day with a solicitude equal to
that of the maternal parent.
There will bo a grand vocal and instrumental
concert at Manchester, on Thurs
day the 20th by Prof. Frost and his ad
vanced pupils, assisted by Mr. Perry,
violinist, Mr. Mathews, cornet, and Mr.
Iluntpicolo. The entertainment promises
to be a pleasant one.
Mi:ssns. Biniuiowurt it Co,, whose advertisement
is printed elsewhere, have a
very large stock of stoves, grates, mantels,
tinware, etc., which they are offering at
very low prices. The stock is very complete
and embraces tho most desirable
goods in tho lino namod. Their friends
are invited to call and see them.
Tin: following marriage licenses haw j
been issued in Brown County, Ohio, since
our last report :
John Pugoand Jennie Hurr.
John Fussueekernnd Isabelle Dragoo.
Charles Campbell and Julia t'ongan.
William Urejjory and Florence Warner.
David FoHieraiidHamiinthaJ. Modar.
Jeremiah Priest and Wallace.
William K.Jones and Phmbo.I. Dean.
Thos. W. Ib'ookniyornnd Martini A. Murry.
Nathan Pricoutid Hull Perry.
Tho Cigiir Strike.
The following manufacturers of cigars
in this city and Aberdeen havo tigeed to
to pay tho advance of one dollar a thousand
on all cigars, asked by tho operatives
of tho two places! Wm. Hunt; Childs,
Robinson & Co.; A. llaucko t Co.,
Smith it Co., and Gilbert it Hawk, of
Aberdeen. Messrs. Sulser, Petry it Co.
have not yet signed the agreement.
TIio Story of Hazel Kirke.
Punstan Kirke, an old miller, has
promised his daughter Hazel's hand to
Squire Rodney, who 1ms loaned him
monoy, and educated the daughter. The
latter lovos Arthur Ci'rringford, ayoung
English lord whom her father has saved
from drowning. Rodney finds this out,
and genorously gives her up, but the
stern old man will not allow tho sacrifice,
but accuses her of unfaithfulness, and
drives her out. She marries Arthur, but
upon being informed that her marriage
was illegal, leaves him in her indignation
at ids treachery. She wanders back to
tho old mill and finds her father has become
blind, nd is about to lose his homo.
Rodney Htill loves her, and asks her hand.
She consents, but the old man is still unforgiving.
Hazel tries to drown herself,
and her father, hearing her cries but being
unable to assist hor, loses his reason.
Arthur finally appears with proofs of the
legality of their marriage, and tho old
man's wandering mind returns upon
hearing Hazel sing an old song of hor
Testimony for the Defense in the
I Murder Case.
In the Circuit Court, Wednesday, Ben.
D. Parry, cleik, presented an account of
his indebtedness to tho Commonweath
for taxes on law process, the net amount
of which was $30.1)0; examined and approved
by tho court.
W. W. Ball, County Clerk, presented
an account of his indebtedness, to the
Commonwealth for taxes on deeds, mortgages,
law process, &i the net amount
of which was $599.45; examined and approved
by the court.
The following persons were sworn as
'grand jurors, viz:
Walter H. Calvert, foreman
Jacob Thomas. Thomas Pnrmun.
Frank Konnaii, Madison W'oi tlitiigton,
John U. bacon, Joseph Klik,
U, Shalt Leach; David Doyle.
James H. Hall, Jr., James 0. Owens,
Sylvester Thompson, William Hill,
Joseph Wnlllugfoid, Thomus Luttrell,
Dr. John Kra.ee.
Tho following testimony for the defense
was introduced in the
Charles Jones: Was at the fair Friday ami
Saturday all day. Knew Conner by shhl. Saw
him Friday iinilnoiuu lady was with him. 1
Wosslttlngon Fast .sldeoi promenade. Cooper
and wlfocauioulong. Insko and a lady cnino
alter. Tho lady was trying toget him lo go
bade tho other way. liejorked loose, went
up to Cooper, put his hand on his shoulder
and said" I'll blow your brains out. lean do
It and will do It." lie bad bis band on bis
pocket. 1 was seUi.ig on the seats near
where the shooting took place and henid I he
llrstshot. Had a child In my amis and raised
up us tho Ri'cond shot was Hied and saw
Insko. Didn't see who was .shot. DMu't m.c
Cross Examined: Am not very well acquainted
with Cooper. Knew U tesson (Mrs.
Cooper's lather) slightly. When (saw Coop."-and
Insko quarrel this day beloro they wen-eight
or ton steps from mu ami three or I'mir
leet apart I told one oi the policemen about
Julian Pollock: Know Georgo Cooper and
wile. Don't know lnsko and Miss .Silngun.
"W'ih at the fair. Saw u quarrel on the promenade
next to the pike. 1 was setting on tho
banisters mid think it was Thur.sda, or Friday
forenoon. Cooper and wflo caiuo along
with a man and woman behind. The latter
weio talking and seemed to he talking to
Cooper. He Jerked loose: went lorwaid
touched Cooper on tho idioulder and said. "If
you want anything you emmet It." Cooper's
wife said " Mr. Insko II you are a gentleman
you'll letCJeorgoalouo." Coooorsald "IM
you later." Haw Iiisko alter ho was killed.
Think he was tho samu man whom I saw. I
think it was Thursday. Miss Mlngun tiled
tpstophlm. Coopor wastalkmg back.
J.T.Wilson: 1 am eighteen yeaisoldand
live In llrueken county. Was at tho lalri Saturday.
Didn't know Cooper. Haw his wife.
Never saw Insko and Miss Mlngua, and never
saw any tiouble between them.
David Orogsoci: I am tho lather ot Mrs.
Cooper. Have known Mr. Cooper ever since
ho was was born. He was married Inst Sep.
tember. Wasal the lalron Filday. My wife
and boy wo e with mo. Didn't sec Cnopor
and wile and Just beloio lunch looked lor
them. They were In tho gallery beyond
where wo weioo.ttlng and by themselves. I
joined Ilium. A young man cimeup and sal
down by Co pcriiiid asked what lie meant by
what he said on the promenade. Cooper answered
"I meant what I said." Cooper's wile
said "Mr. Iiisko. will you p'enso go away and
leave him alone' and repeated thU. Insko said
"I'll see you again." Alter tho fair I went to
Campbell County ami stayed two weeks. Haw
lnsko Hrst In the gilleiy. Went down and
sent them up and alterwaid went up
1 sat down In limit ot them. This young
man come, sat dovm by Cooper, anil iwUed
him what by what be said down on
tho promenade. Cooper said "I meant what
1 said I reckon." lnsko says "You aie a d n
h u ol a b b." Cooper's wife said "will you
pleasogo away and leave him alone." i tiled
to get Insko to leave or compromise. He
said "I can do the work for hliu and his
post." I tiled to get a a pistol from Mr.
lilies. Cooper hail told me to ask lilies if he
had a pistol. 1 told him that Cooper had had
trouble and anticipated more trouble he bad
had some tiouble on the fair ground the
other day and wanted togo that day and anticipated
All ml (Jiegsou: Know Insko. Am a
I'ooper's wlioand HI years old. Wasal
tho fair. Saw lnsko Frld iy and Suurdny
nid spoko to him. ilad been in his company
Krlduy night before the lair. Had a pistol
hat Mine. I never saw the I rouble. Heard
pistol shot on my way to the steps. Had seen
lnsko a short lliuo befoio. lie had called me
and asked," What the d-d s n or a ol a
law of inino meant by what bo
said vesteuliiy?" Isold I didn't know about
tho trouble. Told him to leave Cooper alone,
llohiiid," Jlutond to a k him "-that "This
liistfveiil g or day."
Albert urani, colored: l.lvonenr Washington.
Wasatlhe falron.Satuiday. .Someone
bad tioublo with mo at thubooth. Didn't
know the man. Saw the man lulled. Had
on light clothes. Soon as ho tail lib hand
Into bis pocket I ran too.
Asburv Jones: Live in llraekm county.
Was an olllcernt tho fair. 1 knew Cooper and
I knew Insko. Sam 1.1m on tho pioineuade
Saturday. Waited to look lor him. Had
seou him lllteeu minutes before tho shooting
mid two girls were with him. Had seen him
ushoit time holoio with somo others bltl lug
on the banisters.
On Wednesday evening next, tho ISth
hist., tho Opera IIousjo will undoubtedly
bo crowded to its utmost capacity by
witnesses in attendance on tho presentation
of perhaps tho greatest play of
modern times, " llnzol Kirke," tho same
to bo produced by a company with tho
same bcenory and properties that brought
'it celebrity at tho famous Madison
Square Theatre in Now York. Tho extraordinary
piece has attained tho still
tnoro extraordinary " ago " of over two
thousand consecutivo performances, and
public interest in tho play does not show
tho least sign of abatement. The reserved
seat chart at Taylor's nows depot is rapidly
filling up, which shows that amusement
seekers are wisely taking t mo by
tho forelock in securing seats so promptly.
Tiik Democracy of Rowan county, at
tho recent convention dolared for Hon.
J. Proctor Knott, for Governor, and
Hon. Van, 15. v Young, for Lieutenant
TRAGEDY AT MINERVA.
Wm. Bradbury Murders Ephraim
Escape ol' the Murderer n few Hours
Alter His Arrest.
Wm. Bradbury and Uphrnim Dragoo
were farmers and lived on the road that
leads to ihe Dover and Maysvillo turnpike,
about two miles from the village of
Minerva. Bradbury married a sister of
Dragoo, but through some family difference
hud became estranged from his wife
and was not on amicable terms with
other members of her family. Tuesday
afternoon about one o'clock he went to
the house of Dragoo and had some words
with him, and during tile conversation, it
is alleged, Dragoo reproached him concerning
the trouble with his wife. Bradbury
incensed at this drew his pistol, a
weapon, and exclaimed
as he lired, " G d d n you what
have you got to do with it ?" Tne ball
took effect in P'uiroo's temple, killing
him instantly. Bradbury immediately
after tho occurrence was arreted by Con
stable James Ruuynn, of Minerva, and
was kept in custody until two o'clock
this morning, when under tho picteuce
of attending to a call of nature, he succeeded
in eluilim; the officer and made
his e.scape. Roth the pirlicipants in this
unfortunate affair stand well in the community
wheiv thev lived and were re-
J yarded as quiet and aood citizens.
PiTK'a Bad Boy at PhUtur'i. 30 cents.
AdvoitlseuifMitK Inserted under this heading
Kic per Hue for each I isertlon.
Try Liingdou's City Mutter Crackers.
Tin: very l.ititst style? of h Us mid lion-nets
at Mrs. M. J. Morft.rd'a. aWM'Jt
Mnvs' fine ?lxe in great 'nriety nt C
S. Miner & Iiro's.
Latest styles of guiles and nunioU a
Iv.'iiew & Allen's at the lowest price-.
HvxnsoMi: neckwear, ribbons and lucent
C. S. MiN'Kii& Buo. are nccivlnu'ii very
line of ladies' tine shoes.
Ton.UTo yard wide, at Ifnnt A
Eovkw & Au.kn 'sell all kinds of tin
ware cheaper than nnvbody. al Idtf
Nkw carpets, lloor oil cloths and rugs
at Hunt A Doyle's. mffldly
Fon especial bargains in shoes ijud
slippers, attention is directed to L S.
Miner & Bro's. cheap tables. alodit
Kos'KW oc Am.kv furnish odd plates for
all kinds of stoves at maiiuf. cturern'
prices. . all.
Domcstic Reviews, fashion plates, catalogues,
patterns, at Hunt A Doyle's,
Fo:: Sale. Two desirable lots on the
Fleming pike. Terms reasonable. Apply
to aLMlw William O'Bkik.v.
Go to Fgnuw k Allen's for tin roofing
and guttering. Prices as cheap as the
Go to ICgnew o Allen's for tho celebrated
Omaha and Leader cook stoves.
Best in the market. Prices lower than
Cluup! Cheap!! Cheap!!!
At F. B. Hanson's, full of good, desirable
boots and shoes at prices heretofore
unheard of. Call early and sec ire best
burgains. nOdlw F. 13. Hanson.
J. A. Jackson & Hon, of MtiysUok, are
tbo solo nj,'onts in that plnco lor nil of J.
0. Aver A Uo.'s celebrated patent
and many other valuable preparations,
among them T. B. Smith's Kidney
Tonic. Cull and get a bottle. fl7.
II all's Hair Ronewer ronews, cleanses
brightens, and invigorates tho hair, and
restores laded or gray hair to its youthful
color and lustre. People with gray hair
prefer to use tho Ronewer, rather than
proclaim to tho world through their
bleached locks that they are becoming
aged, and passing on to decay.
Bv lick of open air oxorcise, and tho
want of suilicicnt caro in tbo mutter of
diet, tho whole physical mechanism often
becomes impaired during tho winter.
Aver's Sarsaparilla is tho proper remedy
to take in tho Bpring of tho yoar to purify
tho blood, invigorate tho system, excite
tho liver to action, iiud restore the
healthy tone and vigor.
Tiik report that Judge Owsley is going
to withdraw from the race for Governor
is i 'orously denied by his friends.
Mi:s. MoiiKoisi) has the finest assortment
of millinery in the city. nlUdlit
Corrected dally by (i. W Geiskl, grocer.
He' oud street, Maysvllle, Ky.
Limestone.. , 3 7 ii'i
Mii.hv1IK' Family 0 '
Mtiysvllle City. : 0 75
Mason County - "J '.Jo
Kentucky Mills 0 mj
Hotter, titr 'ibt&.H)
l.ard,'i tr. 15
Meal'tf peek 0
Molasses, lancy 7."i
Coal Oil, gal 'M
sugar, granulated lb "
" yellowy ft 8r9
Hams, sugar cured "el tt Ki
Hiicou, bieaklast II 13
Hominy, y gallon "u
lteans V. gallon I'
Potatoes 1i peck L(
U' A.VI'tiM lloltotii knocked oill or pi lees
l In wauou makliiu. .l.,mes M. Fialer
people to know that he Is prepared to
do all kinds ot wagon woik, either repaliln.;
or new work, at leasoimble prices. Prisons
will please call.
m.iiIAwlin Helena. Ky.
rAATKtt A gi.od second lmnil Mife.
Y ,pp'y to mnitfi THIS OFFICII.
j.sjvSI s,v K Two Scarlet Oleanders, seven
L '-el liUh, Ol tubs. Aiiplj lo
i.MK S.li. 31 Awning and frame complete.
V I good older. Co-l II, wld s( U for io.
Apply 1,1 W. W. I.VNl 11,
"lilii II MillKcl streut.
Soi: luMbiing. sailings,
L eutiia IooaIiii( g.astes ami otbei
in"pert. Ap,dy co
n.U: I'KKD. S HAT.MANN.
Jtt S J.i: 7i,UtAi second hand Spiinr
o's.bik'k; 'm "quuies louilnt; tin neai. y
iifW;Ji,"i iifeei ol iienlly Hew liunbel ol
Ktiiils. Apply to
mliiiKtwil (.'. M.W1LI.IAM.
! . I, V. A lw stiiiy Iramo dwelling
1 nn Tuiiit -lied. woitlh Wall
an I .- oit, eoiiiiO.ilug ibie lo'.ms up stairs
.indo ed Tne lot fiiinis "Jo leci
.i.id II.'UhhI diHp, nilllll itfb ek to Lexington
j. I !. .mull out uel i I lie lea r mi iii
I : e Miimoiug lw i loom-. For lii'i:ijjr iiu
10 PA'I KICK Cl'I.I.KN.
J!.' i!!'i '-A 'on I mil- Itiid CMie Her ot
r uio mil neni In, ! iiinlls. Hoi i.ed
Vlln an iliil'iiLiiii'i oi .t.au.s ii'ady "n II" .
Aiiiv u V I -Hint, Market
dayv ile. . alldiw.
j ilt Ht.. r Hon-,, with two loom-, ball,
J klieben, M'i Mints' loom iiud cellar (Vn
naliy located. 1, w, to rtiit paity. Impilie
i u .i7.1'f rills' OKI-H j.;.
I.ust Wi'ek op Tlllld sttvet
IM' net ear 1 1 Hi. the tinder wi:l tvtuui it
lo this be icwaidcd. aPtdlw
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WEDNESDAY, April 18.
111 thegtcatesl diamatlc success of America,
having been piesented cousoeii'lvcly In the
United Stales over 2.U00T1.MKN.
HAZEL Pr.sen.edwl.ha JK1RKE i
HAZEL under 1 l.e auspices of 'KlnKh
UA7CI TIIK MADISON StiUAKE fii:,
HAZEL nw voiu. KIHKE
A IltMUi ((Till 3omeslle l.uvi Story.
Allerimle 'foiirs hiiiI I.iiugbler.
rtrt'pcclal Kcouery from Madison Sipiare I
Theatiefor every act.
Admission "o cunts. Seats can be seemed at
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of tho Kidneys.
been used with most gratifying
HAS In many obstinate cases. Prof. K,
W.Clark, professor of Chemistry at tho University
ol Cincinnati s:i 8 this water "belongs
to tho Hiuno class with that of the Alleghany
Springs, ot Virginia," tho medicinal virtues
ofwlilcb lira too well known to bu suited heie.
Those who deslie to try this famous water
are referred to Captain C. W. lloyd. Loviun.a
Ohio; Captain C. M. Holloway. Cincinnati,
Olio; I. J. Ualpe, Cincinnati, Olilo. For Mile
In liulf barrels and Jugs by
mUditwtf ' Aberdeen, Ohio.
HA VK Juat received a bandsoine supply'of
I Millinery Goods lortboSpilngtrado. ow
Jionnet8tJI(tts and Xcckweav
and In fact everything ol tho latest sty leu,
am beautiful to bo 10IU I ask 1 10 ladies to
call and oxaiiiino my .lock and coin pare in ices
mlUiUwlm MISS LOU POWLINO.
ATTHE OLDST AND,
NO, 10. SK('O.VI STItKKT.
rits, si. j. .noitriti,
Millinery and Motions,
J Tlilid street, opposite Chi Mian Chuich,
wishes to Infoini her friends and customers
"that she has til. largest and best assorted
stock of Millinery (in ids nod Notions over
! brought to thedlv. Pilces ery low.
1 Thellrmof HON N CI.IFI', was
ed by mutual consent M itch tfj, lss.1.
I The noot.s ol the I I'e linn have been placed
i In the hands of Salle" A Sallee. who aie au
thorized to settle all the business ot the late
linn. A. HUNAN,
c. IP ULUT.
The Fine Bred Trotting Stallion,
Will stnnd tho present eason at A. P. Good-log'.s
Thormlalla .Stock Faun, .situated one
mile and u half south ol Maysllek. on the
Muvlile and exlnglon turnpike, and will
be permitted to seivy mates at
! $15 3w0Nrx $20.
Fllteon to nunc in foal, twenty lo
lnsme a living colt.
DESCRIPTION AND PEDICREE:
MAJOR NICilOLS Is a beautiful bay if!
1 hands high, small siiir In tmebeiid, henvy
1 mane hikI lull, with black points. He will be
six yen soldi his spi lug. .MAJOR NICHOLS,
bv Abd.illiib .'.Umbiiuo, be bv Almonl, bo
by Alexanders Abdullah, lie liy
Hatuiilctonlon, he by Abdullah,
he by be by Imported
Flist dam liuen. nbo by Clark
i.'ldi'l. he bv Miiubilno Chief, he by
l'ur.uasti.i, be by .Membrluo, son of
lmpoitnl MisM'nger. .second dam, Lutie;
bv Joe Downing. Ii.. Fdwln Forest, ho by Hay
Kiniiickx llonier.be by Kentucky Hunter,
he by Walkin'.s 'iotrig Highlander. Thlid
dam, D.iugliter; she by Unbelt Hi uce, by
Cllmon.bv .sii l liailes, bv Sir Arcby, by
Foiiilh dam, Lyd ; by
llllek Kile, be bv he by'iiuplll's
ICclli'se. be b lmnorli'd Illoluede.
MAIOR MiHOLS bus crosses of Imported
Messeimer, and Is out ot a lull sister to
ll.iiiNou 1 liiei. At ilienjiuo time and jduce,
tlic lliii Si,ailsii J.ic'.t
JOHN ANDY T
At t n I o lusuie ti living colt,. lobn Andy yas
shed by Uiceel ated Jack, Night JIawk, ho
b Coinpiomlsf, ji,. in by old Compromise.
Mght Hawk Is out or a llnejennet, bred by
1). II. 010.1111,01 L lain county, ICy.. and issix
je.iis out ibis spring, lo bands iwo Inches
l.Uh. K P. HKRi'V, H.l).
Ainll 'i, pivl. andtVlw Pioprlolors.
City Property For Sale.
'iMI!tr.K."TiR 1 Uiiek on .Market street.
j iitis,.r Oilik on of 'J'hlrd and
I two-story name nn t tilid street,
toiiiu t ,ots on so ith sldeoi FnilrtliMtleet,
sin, in tuick boil . mi I'ldiioUc alley, vacant
lul on t it Fit thing l.iiU'.
idillm H. J. POWF.I.U
o. !),M . .Second si., 'pv.Oiirii Idinse,
Fruits iiid Your
respectmily s diclte.l. Jlldtv
F. H. TKAXEL,
Baker and Confectioner
nciisu oY.sricits a siKn.nrY.
The only m inufiictmei ot PlTRK STICK
CANDY In the city. Ordersior weddings and
parlies pioinptly atlended to. niyodly
J, R, GLASCUCK & CD !
Is the best plnc to get biugalns In-
Receives every da Rivtr, I.ako and Saltwater
Prioos tlio XjO"757"3E3SJ,X'.
T. J". CUnXaSTY,
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter.
Keens conctuntly on biuul Itnth Tubs. Water
i losets, Wah Stands, Puree and Lift Pumps,
Wiougiit lion ami Lead l'lno.OlnboAi.gloaud
Check Va.ves. Steam and Water Oaiiges. Dealer
In the celebrated Calumet brand ol Sower
and Drain Pipe. Jobbing promptly attended
to and all wot k warranted. Second st leet. two
doois above Oeo. T, Wood's. iliVi.Hm
For powor.purltyoflono.billllancy of touch
beauty ot finish and durability It has no
equal, Tho most eminent pianists pionouucolt
THE BESTM THE WORLD.
L. F. KETZGER.
MANAGER, Uranob oltlce, Maysvllle, Ky
:Alao, Tho Matohloss:
A full supply of planosmidorgnnHcoi
011 hand, Conespondeiits promptly