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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY EVE., OPT. 10, 1833.
BOSSES & MoOABTHY,
Publishers and Proprietor,
To Whom Addrwb au commttmicationh
O. B. old Jail and cages
A. It Glascock Clonk opening.
Klrst Nntlonnl Hank Htntement.
R. B. Lovel Compressed yeast.
Because, you kuow,
It might be wnm,
Thk street cars carried seven hundred
and fifty passengers yesterday.
m m I
The English sparrows have returned
to their old quarters at the Bank of
Mksshs. J. 0. Owkss & Co. will receive
on the present rise in the river about
eighty thousand bushels of coal. A part
of it has already arrived.
Miss Hahdini, daughter
Harding, died at her homo on Bull
Creek on Tuesday. The burial will take
place this afternoon at Stono Lick, aftei;
services at the Bull Creek Ch'urch.
The following boat3 with tows of coal
passed this place yesterday inside of four
hours: Condor, Tom Dodsworth, Josh
Cook, Samson No. 2, D.ivo Brown, Hornet
No. 2, Enterprise, Ark, Little Sampson.
The following sales were made on
County Court day, by Mr. George C.
l raulo 3 35 00
1 old horse 67 CO
1 horse 100 00
1 ljorso ..... ... . 0 00
1 old maro aud colt ST 00
1 cow 60 00
1 cow 37 00
1 buck-wagon - 25 00
A woman, who is evidontly crazy, at
Flemingsburg a few days ago, claimed to
be the deserted wife of Postmaster Gen-oral
Gresham, and applied to a lawyer
there to bring a suit for divorce. She
says sho was married to Mr. Gresham in
1803, and that ho deserted her in a few
weeks, and she has seen nothing of him
since. The lawyer refused to take the
Messrs. A. It. Glascock & Co. announce
elsewhere a grand cloak opening
on the 10th, 17th, 18th and 19th inst., to
which all tho ladies are invited. The
exhibit will bo a very rare one and
worth a visit to see even though you do
not desiro to buy. Measures will be
taken and garments made to order
where it is desired. The ladies should
keep this event in mind.
Thk hogs and the City Council are the two
tilings Unit seem to have undisputed dominion
In this city. If It were not lor a
lu conformation It would be hard lo tell
the hogs. I'nikersburg Sentinel.
In a first-class hog town like Maysvillo
things nro somewhat different. Here
His Majesty the Pig, is on top at all
times, and when he is around, and that
is always, a councilman is a decidedly
small potato. There is no 'question as to
which has undisputed dominion.
Sufferers from tho effects of quinine,
used ns a remedy for chills and fever,
will appreciate Ayer's Ague Cure, a powerful
tonic bitter, composed wholly of
vegetable substances, without a particle
of any noxious drug. Its action is peculiar,
prompt and powerful, breaking up
the chill, curing tho fever, and expelling
the poison from tho systom, yet leaving
no harmful or unpleasant effect upon the
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Green have returned
from a visit to St. Louis.
Miss Mary Neal, who has been Bick
for some time, is much better.
Mr. Barber Itussclls' friends will be
glad to hear that he is much bettor.
Mr. Charles Owens, after an illness of
fceveral weeks, is able to bo out again.
Mr. O. L. Overley loft to-day on a visit
to tho Louisville Exposition and Chicago.
Mrs. A. B. Greenwood, who has been
fciuk for tho past two weeks, is improving
Mr. James Fitzgerald, tho accommodating
clerk of tho First National Bank,
U visiting tho Louisvillo Exposition.
Miss Mamio Fitzgerald, of Hunt &
Doyle's dry goods houso, who has been
ill for sevoral weoks, is at tho store
again, and will bo glad to have her
Tho following is from tho Covington
Hlchnrd II. Btnuton Is being published ns
the oldest editor In tho State, he liuvliifc
chargoot the Maysvllle Monitor In 183.).
He has not been upon the tripod, however,
lor a number of years.
Mr. Julian II. Young, traveling agent
for tho manufacturers of Brown's Chemical
Bitters, was in tho city, yesterday,
making contracts for advertisements.
Ho informs us that tho firm ho represents
havo boon much benefitted by tho advertisements
thoy havo heretofore had
. in tho Bulletin.
OHIO ELECTION !
The Republicans Concede
3000 to 4000
Legislature Uncertain With
Chances In Favor of
Special to Daily Bulletin.
Cincinnati, 0., Oct. 10, llioO a. m.
The Republicans now concede Hoadley's
election as' Governor by a majority ranging
from 3,000 to 5.000. Tho Legislature
isconsidoied uncertain, with the chances
in favor of tho Democracy. Tho Prohibition
Amendment has been defeated,
but it polled nn astonishingly large
vote, and carried in several counties,
among tho number Cuyahoga.
The heavy vote cast against it in Cincinnati
is all that defeated it. It is generally
conceded that crusading wosseii at
the polls urging the people to vote for
the Second Amendment greatly embarrassed
the Republicans and lost them
many votes they would otherwiso have
had. Tho result concerning the amendment
is still uncertain. The great
amount of scratching renders it impossible
to give anything more definite than
is given above.
Animal Report of the Secretary of
the Building Association.
Maysvillk, Kr October 1, 183.
To the Officers and Members of th Mason
Cbuiity JiuUittng anil Mnving Association. Ueii'
tlemen: Helow I hand you my ivport lor
quarter ending September SHli, tbS3, viz:
Amt. cash In hands
uryJuly 1. less 81,612 03
Weekly dues S.oltl no
Monthly duei 330 2.5
Flues 13 b0
Transfers - 1- 30
Interest 1,06 20
Solicitor's lees 23 (JO
Initiation lees,. 15 ih)
Moitgages canceled 1,700 00
Cancelling moitgages. 8 00
Amt. stock notes.. 130 Oo- 513,5.1 20
By amount loaned ou mortgages
Ami. loaued ou Mod: as se-
cuilty 010 00
Amt. paid loi 00 shares cancelled
Amt. paid leiits.sulurlcs, Ac. J oil
Amt. paid solicitor 31 W
Amt. cash lu hands ol tieas.
uier 2,3(31 3H
No. of shares In 1st series
commencing April 2.', IsS 1,837
No. ol shares canceled as per
report July 1, sso
No. of shares cancelled this
Lea v. Nn.of shares 1st series.. 017
No. of shares lu 2nd selles
commenced .Ian. 1, 1M1 423
No.ot shares canceled as per
report July I. Ihaj .. 73
No of shaies cancelled this
Leav. No. ot shaies in 2nd
stries 329 320
No. of shaies lu :M swiles
commenced Jan. I, lbSJ 533
No. of shares cancel led as reported
July I, KW3 S3
No. of shares cancelled this
Leav. No. shares lu 3d merles m
No. ol shaies In 4th series
commmenced Jan 1, bil.... 713
Less cancelled this quarter ti
Leaving number of shines
111 4th seile 707 707
Total No. of shaies lu tho
Each share of 1st series has p.iid In...., ...f 15 00
Knell share ol 2nd series has paid lu , ... 3IJ 00
K.ich shale of 3rd series has lmld lu...
Each sbuioof 4th series has paid In 0 73
Milton C. Russell, Seeretar,
William Clcphnno has returned from tho
Captain George Hnrkley has returned fiom
his i event trip.
Miss Illanch Wilson Is visiting her sister,
Mrs. (Stanley Kills.
That languishing dude seems to find tho
boulevard very attractive.
Mis. E. F. Wroton was visiting Mis. Clone,
of "Sunnyslde," last week.
Mr. Arthur Power and daughter, Mary,
nio vIslllng'atGeoigotown, O.
Miss Tlllle Cheosinau Is visiting her aunt,
Mrs. David Gibson, of Cllttou, Ohio.
ltev. J. S. Whitney mid family, of Cincinnati,
nro now located at the paisonage.
Dr. J. W. Guthrlo hns returned fiom Cincinnati,
having taken lu the exposition,
Miss Katie Lucas left last week to spend tho
winter with relatives at Vlneeiines, lud.
Mrs. Captain Power and daughter, Rcsle,
nro visiting lolntlvos In Indianapolis, lud.
Prof. Fred Ltst was ontertululug his
filend, Mr.,lteed, of Hethel, last weelt,
We heard tho young ladles are debating tho
question of leoignnlzlng the innioivs Cook-lug
Mrs. Georgo Wheeler has returned from
Cincinnati with all tho latest styles lu the
Mr. Ram Smith. nccompnnled by Miss Mary
Hamcr, a. vivacious biuuetto, attended tho
Georgetown fair lastThuisday.
Air. II. It. Filbert, ono of our enterprising
gentlemen, has returned fiom a business trip
from some of tho up river towns.
Cnptnln Small and his accomplished daughters,
Misses Hallie and Houn, havo roturned
irom n dollghttul trip to Cincinnati.
Miss Cora Fulton, a beautiful brunetto, has
roturned from Iltploy, much to tho
of sovoral admirers of this locality.
J. U. Hunt, accompanied by Miss Lovol, a
inscluatlug brunette, wore lu our town Hun-
dny and stopped at the water cur to imbibe
some of the tnnious medicated wnlnr.
Tho lute rains havo revived the hillside
areeu swnids with a verdure so refreshing
that even tho horses turn their heads wistfully,
aud gaze with a longing admiration.
Mr. Charles Sybald, who has a position In ft
large wholesale liquor house ot Cincinnati,
Is visiting his paieuts of this place, but the
magnetic attraction draws lu the vicinity of
Our suburban brunette belle was seen Saturday
morning nccorupauled by a handsome
stranger In a buggy, dashing through the
streets of Maysvllla. Soma ono thought It
was a runaway couple.
Miss Maud Wilson, gave a candy-pulling
the first ol tho season last Friday night In
lionor of her guest, Miss Fannie Frazier, or
lielhel. Miss Maud, they sny, makes n captivating
hostess, having tho cleaning faculty ol
making her guests reel perfectly at home.
The grand jury at the presont term of
the Circuit Court is constituted as follows:
S. M. Worthlngton. H. V. Ulggen,
It. A Lludsny, J. M. HfM'tUou,
Jacob Thomas, L)wls rtieveus,
Littleton Hill, John N. Oul'iis.
Geo. F. Huteinan, J. M. Hall,
William Dennett, I). II. Fa ion.
F. M. Young, George Jenkins,
Daniel Morris, L.s. Luitiell, Forem'n.
Tne following are the petit jury:
C. L. Anderson, H 11. Gray,
Henry Matting. y, E. M. Wrltt,
Iia Goulder, H. F. Hawkins,
James Mur-hall. W. H. Dunelt,
Hlchard W. Can, J. K. Tuckur,
John T. Hrumel, James W. Evans,
Henry Wood, Jesse K. Fa i ron,
C. 8. Stnoot, HI ram Hummlus,
M. 1 fmibbletleld, J. It. llnnuo,
Frank Devlne, Lewis Jenkins,
C. II. Duke, J.M.Tiltou,
lleury Wood, It. H. Case.
Advertisements Inserted uuder this head-lug
10c per line for each lueitlou.
Try Langdon's City Butter Crackera.
Insure with & Salleo. b2Sdlm
Moquito b.ir.s and made
to otder at Hunt & D.wle'a.
Ladies' and ohildien's Jerseys, all
colors and size, at Hunt & Doyle's.
Combined pocket book and
in French and Persian Morocco
Salesmen's books in Russia,
and Alligator Cdl and see them
at Harry T.iylors, '2.1, Market stieet.
I am receiving daily tli best brands of
fresh oysters, which will lie serve i in
any style desired day nr night. I wiP
also supply them by the tun or half imii
slSdltn J'ihn Mi:ik ..
' nm p. tiutel.
I am receiving dai'y the best brands of
fresh oysters, which will he served in
any tyle desired, day or nii;Iit. I will
also supply them ly the can or half can.
oS.ltf No. 35 Second .St.
A SSi) V Vt'K Jl KT.
We are nulhorled to aiiununci thiit 1. F.
MAltill Is a eainlliUtetor thfortlee ol Mnvoi
ol the city ot .Maysvllleat the Jauuaiy election,
We aie nutlintlzetl toaunounce that HOU-CE
JANUARY Is a candMate lor
as Mayor of Miyvlne, at the ensuing
For Cll.v I'lerU.
We are iinuiorl.i'il u iiiinoiince thai
LANGHOUNK M. TABU is a candidate f.r
theotllceot City Clerk at the ensuing
We are authorized to announce that
HAItltY T V LOH is a candidate tor
as City Clerk at the eiisiilng January
I'or t'olleelor mill Treus'iircr.
Weaieauthorlzeil to announce that E. E.
I'EAltCK is a candidate for us
Collector and Treasurer of Maysvtlle at the
ensuing January elecilou.
We aie authorized to announce Mr. W. W
WATKINSas u candidate lor Marshal at the
ensuing January election, 18a!.
We are authorized to announce JaMES
II ASSUN, Mr., as u candidate lor city marshal
at tho January election. Not one ceut for
Wo are authorized to announce that W. K.
DAWSON is a candidate fortheoitlco of City
Marshal, at the ensuing Jauuaiy election,
He solicits the support ot his friends.
We nro authorized to announce that JAMES
ItKDMOND is a candidate lor re-election as
Maislial or Maysvllleat the ensuing Jauuaiy
election. Tho suppoit ot his friends Is solicited.
Mil. ItOHEUT W. imOWNING nnnounces
that ho Is a o iiidtdate lor City Marshal at the
euulug January election, on the first Monday
lu January, 1MI. Your support Is solicited.
WrANTKD Two or thiee good enrnenters
I to go to Muysllek. For further lnloi illation
call ou W. li. .MATHEWS & CO,, or at
; location nilcuiliHi, in weekly payments
aslownsil. Deeil will bo executed ns soon
as one-lout th of the purchUMj m uiey Is paid.
This oiler will lenialn good lor ono week
only. For paiticulars.upplv to
M. F. MAHSH,
o'ldlw buttoii btieet,
IOIt SALE A one-story Iraino cottage,
J1 ue.ir II, E. l'ogue's dlstllleiy. Containing
two rooms, kltchuu and cellar, with lot, 3)
leet wide. Tho house Is new and lu the best
lepalr. Apply at this otllce. o9d.Jt
Domestic sewing inn"-;
chine. Inqulroof J. J.McCarthey, ol tho
,Mt. Carinel 'bus for pi Ice. n22ll
HUNT In the town ol Chester, near
I.OH new Methodist Chinch, a fiame cottage
tlneo looms nnd kitchen, with a good
supply of water. Guidon nnd stable nn the
piomlses. Apply to J. D. THOMPSON, on
tho pi cm If os. oldOt
KENT My two-story bilck ware-1
house, corner Shoit and Second streets.
Slzo of rooms thirty-two by ono hundred teet.
Well adapted for grain or tobacco, Apply nt
ZWEIGAHT'S meat stole. si Id
On Sundny, between tho residence of
TOST W.J. Nlcholl, on Sutton street and
Hlchnrdson A HussoH's comer, a gold and
coral breastpin. Plenso return to Mr.
or this oillco nnd bo rewarded,
YctffitRslt RIQAKS! YcLoiiiKlY
On Tneadny, WHlnesdy, Tlinradny ami Frldny,
OCTOBER 16, 17, 18 and
:We will mako a nno dlsplny of:
tembraclng nil the new aud desl ruble styles In:
We Invite nn examination of tho s.iino by tho Ladles of Mason nnd adjoining counties.
ur Measuies will be taken nnd garments made to order
A. R. GLASGOGK & CO.,
No. 20, Second Street,
EESNEW CASH DRY GOODS HOUSE.
D. IKE. Runyon
will offer on Monijav, Octoiiku S, the following sptclnl bargalus:
0,000 Yards New
full standird qimllty, worth 7i cents at fl'f
HED BLANKETS HM per pair; heller at SJ.oO
at all in Ices. Large and complete assortment
PILLOW CASES, COTTONS CANTON FLANNELS Ac, nt tho very Ir
l'll'KY .IE N, full assoitnieut, i cents and up. Ladles' Gout's aud (.:
auu L'NDEHWEAU lu lull assortment at Lowet prices than elsewhere.
Ladies' KID Gloves
of reliable makes. HOOI'HKIHTS, CORSETS, J EHSEYS and nANDKEUCHIEKS, In larso
assort nieni. hpecHI lot of liemstltcn, all linen. 25 cents, worth forty cents. Special
drives In blacK amt colored CASHAlEItES, low priced DItESS GOODS Just received. Wear-
to give satisfaction. nttontlou
pieTei tn this sale.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
First National Bank,
at Mavsvllle, In theStateof Kentucky, at th
close of business, October 2, Issj.
Loan and discounts Sltil.'sn ",y
overdralts liiii.'! !.
U.S. llonds to secuieciiculatlou..... I'lU.lW' id
C.S. Honds ou hand iuiO"
i ither stocks, hoi'ds and uioitgages. imi
Due from aiiproved resei ved agents. oi,n.")ii 7"
Due Horn ot her National Hanks ru'lM i:t
Due Horn Slate H.illksaud hillkers.. ll.'J.'l oil
Heal estate, tiirnltuii' and llMtues... 'J.'khj mi
t'unent expenses nn.; taxes pald.... ),1'JI !V
Pieuilums paid 1 1 1110 On
Checks and other cash Items !I,'ili7 &'i
Hills ot ot!ierl.inks s,7Ji IK
Klaclioual paper cillieucy, nickels
and pennies II 0
Specie - 12.HU K'i
Le.'al tender notes 11, WJ Uo
ltedemptlonhiud ulth LT. S.
ier(") per cent of cliculatlon) - 0.320 Ct
lHielioui U.h than
,"i percent. leJempllou mud -. l.'5'l 0'
Tot a! :sol,U3 2!
Capital stock paid In 5210,100 00
Mirplusiund ,o,i hk) o
ITudlvldod protlts 17.7DS 111
National Hank notes outstanding.... IbU.laO ua
Dividends unpaid Ml no
Indlvldualdeposlts subject to check. 357,Vi 22
Due to other National Hanks l,TJS i:i
Due to State Hanks and hankers d27 17
Total f.Sl,07,l 1.8
STATK OK KKSTL'CKV, I
foUSTV ok .Mason, ss. f
I, Thomas Wells, Cashier of the above-named
bank, do solemnly swear that tho
above statement Is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
THOMAS WELLS, Cashier.
Subscribed nnd sworn to betoie me this 0th
day ol Oct., IbU. U AltltETT S. WA LL,
Correct Attest :
J. V. l'EKHIE, Directors.
GEO. HILEY. I
Residence, Old Jail and Cages.
order of the Court of Claims of Mason
BY. wo will sell on
SATUliIAX, Oct. fit, 18Sr,
at 2 p. in. on the picmtses.ou southeast corner
ol Matket and Kuuith siieets, Maysvllle.
Ky to tho highest bidder, the old lull
propel ty, Including tho lesldeuco ami lot,
jail building and wall and all the cages, hon
celN, Ac. ins. bald pioperty will ho sold us nn
entlietyorlnsenaiato pal eels. Terms of sale:
One third cash in hand mid the balance In
six and twelve months, with lnteiust. Possession
to ho given December 1, ls.sj, or as soon
ns the new Jail and lesldeuce is completed,
olOditwtd Chairman of Jail Committee.
H ERM AN U LAfi C E
.? zui tAsf stK'jrirtic.s
u& yjjfmimt m
K$'fiSiy r i CO
ei)'.VII Ooods and Work WAItlt.VM'KI).
Number 13, Second street, three doois below
Mm kot street, Maysvllle, Ky. npll'ldly
J) H. LOVEL, Asonl, notllles Iho luiblle
It. inai iromiuis nine on no win do
to furnish compiessed yeast to nil who
may want It. o!0d3t
Cor. Sixth and "Walnut Sts.
Lewis Vanden, Proprietor.
Style Fancy Prints
cents, otheis at 15 cent. Ten-quarter WHITE
per p'Ur up. White, Red and Gray IJhinkeU
of brown and ilack
lowest prices. KEN-
iiuuteu's iiusit.it l
of cloe CASH IIUYEUS Is earnestly
Fruit, Fish, Ac, II. F. HEMINGWAY & CO.'S
" ANCHOR" HKAND
.. quart Cms 2"o
FAVORITE, quail cans Wo
ANCHOR, s inidiird, quail cans.... lOo
SELECT, quint cans , r
N. . SADDLE ROCK, quint cans. tOc
Kt'LK. Der (iliait .T5o
FISH O.hnnd 10c
John C. Tate and 1
Fiands C. Tate.hls wife. f(m I's'tHIon ex.
No Ice Is heieliv given that John C.Tate,
and Francis C. Tate, his wlte, tiled In the
cleik's otllce of the Mason county court, on
thotith day ot October, ISs.1. a petition asking
that tho wild Francis C. Tate lioempoweied
by the stM c ant to act as a teme sole, with
all the tights, privileges mid Iniuiunltles provided
by Sec. if, ol aitlcle 2, chapter 52, of the
general statutes ot Keuiucky.
Witness: Hen. D. Patiy. cleil: of c.ild couit,
the (Ith day of October lKs.5.
oiulOt HEN. D. PARRY. Clerk M. C. C.
LAND FOR SALE!
riiO be sold to the highest bidder, on Tues-J
liy, October ill, my farm jolulugthe
lalrgiound. Also the laud above the pike.
Tonus one-third cash, the balance in otie,
two nnd three v ears, bearing h percent. Interest..
Sale at 10 a. m.
s2lw JUDITH CALVERT.
15 K A It IX m. TIC. IT
will stand for mares fiom October 1, to November
10. nt MOSE DAULTON A HRO.'S
Lively, Sale and Feed stables, at Sii to Insure
a mare in foal. John liuidlne Is by Almout,
the lending sire of trotters: llrst dam hy
Hi own Chief, tho best son of .Mumbrluo Ch'o',
secoud dnm by Uertraud Ac. oSdtf
"YOC SHOULD .NOT FAIL
to seo the Ivory finish Clllton and Avalon
Oat Meal Sets, Mush nnd Milk Sets, Pitchers,
Vases and other new goods now being displayed
lu theshow windows ntu, A.
ChlnaStoie, No.2l, Sutton St. HIw
TEACHER lor the public school In
A No. v.1, Helena, Ky. Must he well
qualified. Tho luilldliu ill bo leadylfor occupancy
by Novembei 1st. Acllress oluatiliw
IsjAAC I'0 ERs-,
.I.C. A.KING, )
AM receiving dally thobest binnds of
which will he served In all styles. For
sale also hy tho can, hall-can or In hulk nt
leasonahlu pi Ices. T. J. NOLIN.
nt Hlerley'sconlcctlonety stoie, Second St.
CYCLONE in PRICES.
tho Ilnost lu tho city. FlnuneR
SLOAKS, and upwards, one hundred
. ces ol Indigo Calico, 7c. Ginghams, 5o ,
h'ic and 10c. Ulty pieces of Cashmere will
bo sold atn bargain. HIankets, SI. 00, Sl.'JSnud
up to 10. oblw MRS. A. J. WILLIAMS.
T7"EwlU pay tho nbovo reward lor
tectlon of nny poi-son using our nnme
for tho purpose of obtaining feathers to
Our placo of business Is at the corner of
Wnll nud t rout streets, nnd, us wo aro citizens
of Mnysvillo, wo will bo found thero at
all times. obdtf J. D. EASl'ON A CO.