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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY EVENING, TUNE 11", 1885. The weather cTork Is kludly asked To go nbeud nud borrow, From the future pleasaut days, Good weather for to-morrow. And when his reelection comes, Ho'll plcaso to mnko a note, That on the books lie's sure to see A solid Rebol volo. Mn. Jos. H. Brown informs us that a mnn whose name ho was unnhle to learn was drowned, on Sunday, while attempting to cross one of the streams near the Lower Blue Lick Springs. Mb. "Wm. Easton, an employe of & Power, on Saturday afternoon, while putting a tin roof on D. A. Richardson & Co.'s business house, slipped and falling cut his hand very badly on a plecoof tin. Missus. Mose Daulton & Buo. sold a few day3 ago to Mr. Gus. Calvert, of this county, a hay geldinc by imported dam a premium Raddle mare, and to Jesse Logan, of Fleming county, a black gelding by Buck Rabbit, dam by old Yellow Jacket. It is known that there are graves of Confederate dead at various points in the county, and theCon fed orate Association earnestly requests friends to visit these graves on Tuesday next and place at least a wreath of flower3 on them, that none may be overlooked, and that thus the memories of all the dead be honored. - We have been requested to say that the officers- of the Confederate Association, having learned that there a number of ex-Federal soldiers in the city and neighborhood, who are not member of the Grand Army Post, which has already been invited, they will be pleased to have them "present at the memorial ceremonies to-morrow, and that a cordial invitation is extended. Attempted Harder at Millersbarg. The news reached Maysville this morning of a dastardly attempt at murder in Millersburg, on Saturday night. The Marshal of the town, whose name we have not beeon able to learn, while on hia round to put out the lights on the street was fired upon and wounded in the back with a weapon containing slugs. It is expected that the injuries will prove fatal. It is understood that a reward of $1,000 will be offered for the arrest of the assassin. At the meeting of the Ex-Confederates held in this city on Saturday afternoon, a permanent organization was effected as fojlows : President. Dr J. M. Frazee. First Vice President. W. P. Larev. Second Vice President. Dr. L. McDnwMl. Third Vice President. Thos J.Cbeuowetb. Chaplain. Rev. Jos. O. trunk. J. Hall. Tieasurer A.B. Crum. Sentinel. Daniel Perrine. AUDITING COMMITTEE. G. S. Wall, A. T. Cox and J. W. Heflln. VISITING COM MITTEE. A. J. Egnew. S. H. Mitchell, A. P. Hord, S. R. Brooks and A. B. Crum. The next annual meeting will be held in this city on the last Saturday in May, 1884. Shultz Leach &ny3 he was nsver embarrassed in the presence of greatness but once and that was at Richmond, Ya., during the war. He had jutbeen introduced to President Davis; when Colonel Burt Harrison, the lattor's private Secretary, remarked: "When I first knew you, Shultz, your highest ambition was to drive an omnibus." And as the Secretary happened to have a correct remembrance Shultz was naturally very much disconcerted until Gen. Ewell, who happened to be of the party, added : " It is nothing to be ashamed of, my boy. "When I was a youth I had no higher aim than t) vdrive a four horse team." Shultz says that if ho had not been so much embarrassed ho might have told that Col. Harrison, at the time referred to, was more infatuated with the omnibus business thau he was. The Ojinmittee on Invitation of the Confederate Survive r' Association have received the following letters: Uraovoik, Hakrison.Co. M is. June 0, lss). (Jentlemen: I have tbehonoi to acknowledge the receipt of yours of the aid lnt, commit ideating the resolution nt the Confederate Association of Mason, Fleming, Bracken, Lewl, Nicholas and Robertsoti counties, Inviting md to be present on June l'Jth, at the decoiailou of the graves of the Couiedorate dead m Maysville. I nln truly thankful to the Association for this evidence ot kind consideration and truly regret my inability to be with them on that occaslou. Your meeting will be among scoues associated In memory with much that Is pleasaut and though at my age I could not hope to meet many, If Indeed, auy, of my early companions, It would bo most gratllyfng to mo to meet with your repieseniatlves of Kentucky's Confederates In the sacied duty you assemble to perioral. Believe mo with sincere tegard ami esteem, Yours Faithfully, Jeffeiison Davis. To C. L. Stanton,-) C. S. Leach, C. J. Hall, J Mt. Stehlino, Kv., June 7, 18S3. Messrs. Stanton, Leach and Wall Gentlemen: Your klud Invitation to be present at the decoiatlou of the Confederate graven was received yesterday. I ueed not, say that It Is very gratlfylug to be remembered In this way. f have been quite an Invalid lor several weeks but leel so much Improved in the last few days that I determined to let my feelings coutrolme In this matter and not prudence. I will go over Monday In a private Yours Truly, Virginia Hanson. County Court Proceedings. Reports of the following settlements returned and filed at tho last term and laid over for exceptions, were admitted record, viz : Eliza Payton, guardian of Maria Alice Pay ton. Same, guardian of Sarah E. Payton. D.iniel Perrine, guardian of John W. Sidwell. E. Francis Masterson, guardian of Minnie R. Hurst. John J. Perrine, guardian of Susan E. Berry. Same, guardian of Charlotte E. Berry. Mary G. Clarke, administratrix of Judith Grant, deceased. Robert Hunter, guardian of Lucy R. Hunter. The reports of the following settlements were this day filed and ordered to lie over till July term for exceptions, viz : Thomas M. Lashhrook and others, executors of Peter Lashhrook, deceased. John J. Perrine, administrator of Tyre L. Bacon, deceased. Abner Hord, guardian of Luoretia A. Hord. John T. Tucker, guardian of Sarah Hubbard. A. Cox and M. E. Poynter, administrators of E. H. Poynter, deceased. Catherine Smith, administratrix of W. Smith, deceased. John J. Perrine, guardian of Charles D. Bacon. T. C. Campbell, administrator of G. B. Thomas, deceased. An inventory and appraisement of the personal estate of Mrs. T. B. Keyes, deceased, was this day filed and ordered to lie over till next term for exceptions: An inventory &c, of the pergonal estate of Elizabeth Johnson, deceased, was this day filed, same order. An inventory Ac, of the personal estate of John T. Hughes was filed, same order. . An inventory &c. of the parsoual estate of Elizabeth Curtis, deceased, was filed, same order. A sale bill of the personal estate of Elizabeth Johnson, deceased, was filled, same order. A sale bill of the personal estate of Elizabeth Curtis.deceased.was filed, same order. The following persons have qualified as Jurtices for Mason county, since our last report, viz: Arthur T. Dobyns with Thos. A. as surety. J. B. Burgess with Thomas Wells as surety. S. M. Woodward with John L. Disher and Isaac Insko, as sureties. m t Maysville Fisherman Abroad. The Frankfort Yeoman says : Y ester- 'day the Governor and Colonel Frank S. Owens undertook a contract for catching all the two pound silver perch in this vicinity. They made an early start with il good supply of Jack Long's little minnows, and by noon had sent in a small cart load. The Governor is an old-time fisherman and not up to tricks. He says it was a waste of time to catch anything less than a and he doesn't feel entirely nt home until he has a five pound at the end of his tackle, but he condesoends occasionally to take silver perch when they are well grown and fat enough for the siriddle. Col. Owens is an icsthetic angler, and will laud a with as much grace and skill as he does a three foot pike. Ho has been noted for many years as the Izak Walton, of Eastern Kentucky, and the most successful of all devotees of the rod and line west of tho Allegheneys. The first reel ever manufactured by Mr. Ben. F. Meek was made for him more than forty-five years ago, when he and Col. Tate .were students under the venerable John Lewis, at It was built of two copper cents, they forming the plates, and to this day Col. Owens countends that it was tho best reel Ben. Meek ever did make, though ho intends to order one of each of the now stylo reels that gentleman is now making. At closing our forms last we had no report of the outcome of this contract, but it is fair to presume that there is nota two-pound silver perch to be found anywheio within five miles of Frankfott. Serious Accident. Mr. John Myers, conductor of the construction train, on the main line of tho Kentucky Central, was seriously injured on Friday afternoon, while engaged repairing the Townsend bridgo, between Lair's and Shawhan's Stations. He fell from a flat car,'which was standing on tho struct uro, to tho creek below, breaking his thigh and arm in two places. Tho latest nows of his condition is that hfc is resting easily and hopes nro entertained of his recovery. Ho was one of tho old employes of tho Maysville and Lexington railroad and was n conductor of a freight aud passenger train, and was held in high estimation by the company and tho community generally. Mr. Frank Scearce, agent for the Columbia bicycle will bo in tho city tomorrow to supply the Maysville boys with machines. Scrambled Eggs nud Dried Beef. Shave tho beef very fine, put a small piece of butter in a frying-pan, when hot, put in your beef; have ready the required number of egns well beaten, and stir in tho beef; stir till the crgsare done and add a teaspoouful salt, sprinkle with pepper and serye. l'KKhO.VAIiS. Mr. Thomas Y. Nesbitt has gone to Owingsvillo. Miss Judith Rogers, of Covington, is yisiting Miss Minnie McDougle, of this city. Mrs. Rufus Fogg died, on Saturday, at her residence at Pleasant Valley Mills, Fleming county. Mr. George C. Keith returned Saturdny evening from his studies at the Kentucky Military Institute. Miss Judith Keith, who has been intending echool at N.ihville, Tennessee, returned homo last Friday eveirru. Mr. T. B. Harrison, and Mr. S. Ruggles, ot Vunceburg, were in und favored the Bulletin with i call. Rev. Father P. T. Ablen, who has been for the past seven e irs iibsistant priest of St. Patrick's Church, will leave next Wednesday to take charge of St. Augustine Clint ch, at Covington. He is a conscientious and good trim whose removal to another field is much regretted by his congregation and other friend in this city. Phil Thompson In Luck. New York .Vorld. Congressman Phil Thompson has been offered $150,000 for his one-third interest in a mine in Summit County, Col. He has gone to New York to See about it, as well as about some valuable patents in winch he is interested. Fashion" N tea. Pompadour lao is very popular. Gold-headed pins aie employed for pinning fichus. Corsage boquets inere.isj in A.v :is t ie season advances. The latest fancy in par s U are the live pointed, star-shaped one.-. Widows who can afford t e r made almost entirely of Narrow leather straps, f.i.tned wi h buckles, uppear on some of tie tit-v dressi'S. With the rage f r all sorts of -l things it appears miniature are to be revived. New shoulder capes have th put in sepantelv, I ke the sleeve ot a (Mat with much fullness. Very hands ime be bought for pofu cushions. These are made of t plush emb'oulercd in rich designs or with tancy patterns appliqu -d in satin or .Taivinfse oah'npts. fXL'entinu such as representing the finest workmanship, nre somewhat out of date. The expensive cabinets are in cocoliohi finish, in aramanth, mahogany or rosewood. Dt?lie.itelv tinte 1 fibric uroni'so to take the place in many of pure wmie tor commencement nen white is wot nit will be brijh'ened bv the addition of gay-colored ribbons. xthstvx:q. Advert lPement. Iuerted under this heading loc per Hue for each Insertion. Try Langdou's City Butter Crackers. New style Stockinette Jerseys at Hunt k Doyle's. mar31dly New style lace curtain pole, red Scotch shading, shade fixtures, &c, nt Hunt A Doylk's. Linen and Mohair ulsters, large lot, also Jap parasols 15 cents each, at Hunt & Doyle's. Excursionists, got your accident insurance ticket before you leave. It costs but 25 cents a day for a $.$,000 ticket. M. F. Marsh, Agent. . The sure effects of Ayer's Sarsaparrilla are thorough and permanent. If there is a lurking taint of scrofula about you, Ayer's Sarsaparrilla will dislodge it and expel it from your system. A whisker dye must be convenient to use, easy to apply, impossible to rub oil', elegant in appearance, and cheap in price. Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers unites in itself all of these merits. Try it. . m i .I, Moonlight Fete. There will he a grand moonlight fete at Amazon Hall lot, in East Maysville, on Wednesday, June 13th, to which everybody is invited. There will be a good platform erected for dancing and refreshments of all kinds. Admission, 10 cents for gentlemen j ladies free. jl).l4t Richard Dawson, Mflnncrol., R. L. Tudor. lft,mg03' m To Buyers of Clothing. I take this method of informing my friends in Maysville aud vicinity that I am now with C. R. Mabley & Co. The mammoth clothiers of Cincinnati. All orders for suits, goods &c, sent in my care will receive my personal attention. Goods will bo sent on approval to responsible parties otherwise O. O. D. Goods will be exchanged, if not satisfactory, or money , refunded. Fine dress suits to hire for balls, weddings, &c. ' N. B. Marsh, With O. R. Mabley & Co., Cincinnati, O. ... m3d2tn. ... t s, - ftAH . . H1 :i! Cheap Hoots and Shoes. To reduce my stcck boforo receiving fall goods J have greatly reduced prices on my entire stock of simmer goods. Good seasonable goods at half their real 'value. (jStlnt) Frank B. Ranson. To the Public. It is generally known that we hive-been rebuilding our mill and equipping it with the complete Gradual Reduction Roller System, under n strict guarantee from tho manufacturers, that we would make ns good.grndos, of Hour nsar; made in the United States from the same grades of wheat. The superior qu dity of Mason county wheat is too well known to require comment from us. Our now mill has been in operation since about May 1st, with the most satisfactory results, as numerous testimonials from parties who have given our new flours a trial will attest. We claim for our flours now on the market that they are second to none produced bom winter wheat. Our Mason County and Kentucky Brands we continue to ns-e, and are confident that the quality of (lour put out under these Brands now are far superior to our old stone mill flour. Wo have substituted for our Maysville City Fancy, the new name of ', Old' Gobi" patent. To those who have tiied our new flours we will sty, that we will continue to improve them gradually, as a new mill naturally should. It is our aim and object to place upon tho market, flour that can be relied upon the year around for regularity and uniformity in quality. We advise all who have not yet tried our Roller Flours to test their merits and judge for themselves. Our flour of all grades will ho for sale at all Maysville groceries by the pack or barrel. Very Respectiully, Rouinson & Co. Kb I AIL MA11KBT. i wfvt! dally by G. W. Oeihrl, xrocet ond otreet. Mayivllle, Ky. VL00R. . L j 7 2.5 M Family H - OH Odd M 7i i.V,. llUlli H 6( Knutuoky Mm, o 05 u. Lar ,.-p j -15 &.. V ji 16:, deil4,.eck ?d 1 "tow Molu, ".. fancy 75 n rnmiluted V a ji " A.VIt, jo y.ltow V ft Sfal) Ham,. uar cured ... "if Bacon, ureanuvit V t 15 Hominy. '$ gallon , a) B?ans t ii.i'lou 41, Potato-., V peck o I'onW t'Mlfi DAILY NTAF. 1,1X8. I.owr III ii f IJckH to MayHvillc lnlly. Leive Blue Liefcs at 5 o'clock a. In., and r turning will irave May,vlll nA'Q?, at A) p. id. (inod .itue, and52lSiSEdC ca i era I drivers JOSEPH B. tsti " VvT" 4'iiirliiusiti, ntli. Itlu Siimly A I'umeri.jr I'ackot I'niiijuiiiy. JOHN KYLE. President. Lewis Glenk. Secretary and Treasurer. C.nml . It. K. I'ACKKTS For Iliitilimrtoii.l'nmeroy.iiiidtill wny J.lllHliUtfH. TELEGRAPH, Mond'.s and Thursdays.) p. m. I- LEETWOi )D, Tued.iys and Ft I mys, 5 p. m. HuVTONA, Wednesday and Saturdays. 5 p.m. Portsmouth, all Mall und Way Lumllugs BONANZA, Sat'yn. May.,vtlle.All Mall and Wav LmicTinvu. MOP.NING MAIL, dally (Sundays excepted" Leave Cli.cluuatl S0a. in. Muysvllle. t p. in. i Fiolght received om ooai. L 1. HOLLOWAY. Superintendent. ViiiH'flHirt,', Konin, Concord. tor and JIaysvlllc Unity UAXm .., Bkuce Redden, fapt. Leves vaucebura dally at 5 o'clock u.iu. tor Maysville. i ii ci .'iiiYnvsuc i;o"! Ji. III. Connects at Manchester with htnse tor V, est uuiuu. rui iiemiiL ui im;mt; npiuyou ooaru. WA1TTS. feltuatlon as cook by a TT colored woman. Isauood washer and lrouer. Apply at Jlldtl TUISOFFUE. "f TrAXTKD Tweuty head of cood Horses ii ami .11 tires, to ue useu on toe atieel Railroad. Apply to H. YANCEY , at Yancey & Alexander's livery stable. mayJud&wlw. have refitted a building on i Fourth street between Limestone ami Market, wliete I will cany on tlie carpenter bu,lneMind any one wishing anything In my line wlllpleaieslve me call. JSdlW CAPTAIN JACOB MILLER. for KENT The old Bletbower hmiie. I7H ? Contains five romus and kitchen. ment, pantry and cellar. Lately renovated and In complete repair. Apply u mSld'Jw U. S. JUliu, Couit .street. on KENT Three or five rooms to small F family. Apply nt a'Jidtf TH IS OFFICE. FORSALE. lOUH.Vl.E A (jooJ second-hand Mowing J: Mauhlue. W.C. PELIlAM, Jllwlt Maysville, Ky. exchauB llj " acres of laud near churches on Lawrence creek, tor a house mid lot in Chester. Apply to M. F. MARSH, m 12 Library Building, Sutton Street. SALE A good Cooking Stove and 17011 Call at Thomas Tudor's tin store Second street, between Market and Limestone. may7dtf FOR AND STltKNOTU . USE - TREASURE BAKING POWDER. Every can guaranteed and for sale by all grocers. Manufactured by E. R. WEBSTER A CO., J7d2w ' Uluciuiiatl, Ohio, I NEWPyERTISEMENTS. Decided oplnluiis expiefted In langnnKO th.it can be un lb" promptest, and nuit iH'iiialeluiellleiice ol whatever in tin; wide world 1 woitli ntteiiilon. That Is what v rvbudy .h surf to find In any edition of THE LN Mibscrtpilon: Daily, (I panes), b mall. Men lnoniii.orSUfiOa vear; mj.vday t8 piies) Sl.iU per jar; Wkeklv (rf p.iKes), Sl.lii' i.ryir. 1. V. ENGLANb, Publisher, N. Y. City. PERFECTforTsAYETpRICE IN ONCE USING. tiiitinniif Jtenioves dnidvery of iii,w oleiiuliic Ask your CI CfiU F!) iiieichant for it, orseudUSc U CM II C n iur Miuip'e by mail. PERFECTION WINUuW CLEANER CO., J2iJ&wlmo Clilcnuo, III. BESTiiCIGARS "ST. JULIAN" " ELECTRIC." :MaatUactured by: J AS. S. REDMOND. FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS. LOTS FOR SALE. VERY desirable lots lor sale In the Mays- Ville cemetery. For price &c, call upon any one ol thedliector. viz: Juilge Stanton, ('apt Junes H. Hall, Robert F. Means J. J. Wood, H ',. liarkley, Ur. McGrnnaahan. T. A. Ri,s Jno. B Pontz, sr., .J. F, Btodrlck, Heniy H. Cox, the Sexton on the (-rounds, or to Edward Myull.jiit his wiueliouse on Hocoud street ' J7dlw CRAWFORD HOUSE. Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sta. OICTOI(MKrj3,TI, o. Ijevvjs VANDEN(Propitetor. PASTURAGE. I Have good Pasturage for about a dozen Cows. jGI3t MRS. J. B. NOYES. PUBLIC SALE. XVE will offer at Public Sulo on Tuesdny, Vt June '.'Gill, at two o'clock, p. in., at our Cardan Factory, a TiottliiK ."Sulky, the of Fni'ik Caindfti. It will be -old to pay for the repdrs. W LHON & DIETRICH. m'JSdlm. EXECUTOR'S SALE. OV Snli rday. Juno 10, lS, at thieo o'clock t.. in., I will otter for sale to tho h nheM und be,t blddei, iorcuMt, (hat. certain vacant lot o giouud, si uatd on the south of Third street, and ou tlie east side of linliiculot forty feet front by deep, A the lot which I. .Stlcl'ley, iM'eised, vi-d MVi pjst.Ml. 1 1 be on tl G. W. WALZ, J'.M7i. Execu'oi of I Htlckleyi Alyokahsai - w &fm State & Monroe 3'.d.. Chicago 1.1 , I ton i.l lfut rtf BANO CATALOGUE, for liJ, t, p. lu fc.nr.ii, I "13Vj uf oilruuunU s (u, r,M, IVIu, IVmpook Eptl4U, lan.iA. iirain ji ir't ?T .r .a l llil, Sun.lry Ha'.I OmiT.. H"iif1n ft vjD miifi i'i n- rrriMfl inr Anjsjr uiua aaj ,ttMV(.f febl'.dAwly ... M. ji. i r n In hiaaCiou ''. iiveraau ill r ..; ' iti'p): , ana w (ins; 1 ;'t L'.V' . r Tj,rt,Ei.ii h 'o'.t : flectloasj D3i.'iidu : m s 36 Doios f Cures Gout. Sl.OO. 4 RlimiHifitUm ol the Joints. Vomit i. T ini rnrtrtirtmatloil ol a- ' the I'r thru. A?peclflcfoi Smqv l.i the Bladder: Lucor T MV .(s.i ni wivi uf lhi PrnstntC QlauJ, Bdsht's the Kidneys y J.T.LSE, CijifiJmmtl, O. v NOTICE OF REMOVAL, rrETAT Finivr, TOSEPH H.DODSON wl'l remove hlsuraln O on the 1st of Ju y, from the present stand ou Sutton stieet, where ho has beon engaged the past ten yeais, to the grunge waieliouse, corner of SeeouU aud Wall streets opposite Daulton's stible, where It will be conducted byhi!xuccfo!c, DODSON & FRAZEE. The new firm will continue the Grain, Leaf Tobacco and Coal bnslne In all ot Its brunches and keep on baud the best grades of Pomeroy, and Raymond city Kaniiwhannii Bhcltsiultli coal. OUW, : corner ot Wnll and Second and coal ottlce and yard Fionr street ubow lower minlc, Jfdlm DOD.-ON A FRAZEE. Absolutetrtiirmlitt Rttmn. hteiliuir If itniKflit hun'l BLONOINE U.ivnil tutreeiiuu.rerfumer, m'fr, 1S4 W.4th St.,Cln, lie. utjiuij, 4, exiiren 11U, Si. THE UV.T I'lIEAl' i BED-ROOM SUITS IS AT GEORGE O RZ, Jr.'s, mch31dly SUTTON STREET. 1 1 GLASCOCK & CO I! Is the best place to get bargalus lu DRY GOODS, H3sta"telisQ.ed."LSS5. EQUITY GROCERY. No. 9,W. Second Si., Ojtp.OporaIIon.se, FrultsandVecetablesln Reason. Your patronage respectfully sollcitod. lUdly