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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
DAILY!
rosser & McCarthy,
Proprietors.
MONDAY EVE., NOVEMBER 8, 1886.
John R. McLkan, of the Cincinnati
Enquirer, is Buid to bo the richest man in
that city. His fortune ia away up in the
millions.
Colorado has been wavering in the
the balance ever since she was admittod
as a State, but will waver no longer. She
is a Democratic Stato now.
Tub Republican Enterprise still harps
about Democratic "boodle," when it
knows nil the time that it was George M.
Thomas' money that pulled him through.
Thk laws relating to bribery In elections
are dead letters tor want of enforcement.
Irouton Irontonlan.
" Pity 'tis, but 'tis true," here as elsewhere.
Millkrsburo precinct, Bourbon County,
has two hundred and fifty votes, but at
the rocent election "only ninety-four of
these were polled. This is a striking instance
of the apathy in the Democratic
ranks.
1 m .
Let $100,000,000 bo taken out of circulation
and piled up in the vaults of the
treasury for a few years longer, and
money will bo bo Bcarco that the "laborer"
will nevor see any of it, unless some plan
be devised to get it back among the people.
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The majority for prohibition in Christian
County is eighty-sir. Of the nineteen
saloons in Hopkinsville, fourteen
have already closed, four will quit business
the first of January and the last one
will close up shop on tho 0th of next
April. . .
In referring to the recent election, tho
Bourbon News remarks: " Every sore-bend
who didnU get a postofllco or still-house
watch throughout the land stayed
at home. Barring the defeat of Judge
Wall, we are glad that tho party has had
a cIosh call. It will save us from defeat
in 1888."
Auoot $100,000,000 annually is being
added to the surplus now in tho treasury
by the high tariff. Still the protectionists
argue that the tariff is not too high,
and hold free trade up as a bugaboo to
scare the working masses of the people.
The strongest argument in favor of a re
vision is tho fact of this immense surplus
being taken out of circulation and
piled up year after year in the treasury.
If tho people coino to a realization of
the fact that money is being, taken out of
their pockets for no good use, which must
either be squandered in extravagant appropriations
or heaped up in the treasury,
they will take prompt raeapures to
see that taxation is reduced. And whon
it comes to a question whether the taxes
shall be taken offfrom liquors and tobaco,
or from the materials of manufacture, the
choice wjll not be doubtful or long delayed.
If the case shall be presented in
this way, as there is every reason to think
that it will be, tariff reform will como
about with a certainty that will surpriso
a good many theorists on both Bides of
the question. New York Times.
Agricultural.
Not less than 20,000 pounds of starch
nnt mado annually in Maine from potatoes.
The American Dairyman does not consider
that coloring is an adulteration of
butter.
Great Britain will need to import from
140,000,000 to 150,000,000 bushels of wheat
this year.
Some of the Indians in Dakota are said
to be proving themselves rather successful
wheat growers.
France will need from 28.000,000 to
30,000,000 bushels more of wheat this
year than it has grown.
The sugar beet crop of Europo is
at 2.475,000 tons, an increase of
about 370,000 tons over 1885.
Out of ono hundred samples of milk,
from bh manv milkmen, recently collected
in Boston, 10 per cont. were found to bo
adulterated.
The year 1880 has not been n good
year for making honey. Tho quantity in
iuany honey districts' is not one-half as
great as usual.
Experiments with nearly nil kinds of
feeding materials show that it is cheaper
to use a variety than to confine tho
to a Binglo kind.
The London Daily News euys that tho
year 1886 will stand out conspicuously in
the horticultural annals of England as
ono of the heaviest fruit years ever
known.
Rotten potatoes should be burned, or
buried. Their manurial value is small,'
stock will not eat them, and their presence
about tho premises is an invitation
to disease.
Hucklcn's Arnica Salve.
Tho boat salve in tho world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rboum, lover
ores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains
CUrilB, "U uu on.ni uiujiuuhd, .""".UCOni
positively cures piles, or no pay requlrod. pototl
It ia guaranteed to givo perfect Lung
tion, or money refunded. Price 25 conta
per box. For sale by J. 0. Pecor & Co.
Attempted Assassination.
KNOXVit.t.K,venn. Not.J A- dastardly
attempt was made to assassinate William
Carr aud family, of Union' county Carr
and his son worejmloadlngcbrri.at the barn,
a daughter of about nine years belngTbn top
of the wagon, whon they were surprised by a
volloy of shots from a thicket noar by. Each
of the three recoived a portion of two loads
of buckshot, and it is thought that all were
fatally injured. Carr cannot possibly recover.
Tom Borry, a distant relative of the
Cam, has been arrested and made a confession.
Ho was lodgod in Jail, and it U feared
now that he will be lynched in spite of all
that the offlcera can do to prevent It.
College nulltlliig Burned.
STKWAUTSVtLLK, Mo., Nov. 8. About
o'clock in the morning, Stowartsville college
was discovered on Are and the building and
Its contents were soon in ashes. The tint
intimation of flro to the inmates came from
smoke pouring into the recitation room, and
examination showed the cupola and the
greater portion of the roof surrounding it to
be in a blaze. Every effort was made by the
students and college employes to save the
building, but the flames had gainod too much
hoadway. Loss over $10,000; insurance
W.OOO.
Martllnjr Assertions.
Chicago, Nor. 8. Daniel F. Gleeson, who
ran against Frank Lawlor for congress in the
Second district, made somo startling assertions
to a reporter. Mr. Oleoson was in the
election commissioners' rooms early, and said
that before the day was over he would produce
affidavits from men who would swear
that they saw aloction judges in somo of the
precincts erase tho figures credited to Glee-son
and put them in smaller.
Kouseralt Goes to JEurope.
New Yonr, Nov. 8. Theodore Roosevelt,
late candidate of the Republican party for
mayor of tho city at the last eleotlon, sailed
for Europo on the Cunard steamer Etruria
to-day. He is accompanied . by his sister.
Mr. Roosevelt will spend some time abroad,
and intends getting married while in Europe.
His choice is Miss Edith Carow, of this city.
Assignment.
Baltimork, Nov. 8. Tho failure Is announced
of P. Hanson, Hess & Co., importers
and mauufacturers of furniture, draperies,
mirrors, ornamonts, wall papers anil
frescoes, at 45 North Charlos street, with a
branch house in Washington, Fifteenth
street, N. W.
Ilnckiuen to Observe the Subbath.
Montreal, Nov. 8. The Hackmen's union
has issued n circular stating that as God
commanded man to keep tho Sabbath day
holy, they have agreed to abstain from labors
Sundays, mid huvo requested all the backraen
to follow tliolr example.
Dentil of the Astor House Chef.
New York, Nov. 8. Charles Babin, the
Astor house chof, who was shot on Monday
night last by Joseph Ott, a waiter,, who afterwards
committed suicide, diod iu Chamber
street hospital.
Knitting Mills to Hainalu Closed.
ConoKS, N. Y., Nov. 8. Messrs. Bailey and
McGulre, of tho National executive board,
Knights of Labor, are hero now. Nothing
was done, and from the talk of tho manufacturers
the knitting mills in the National as
sociation will bo closed until January 1.
Urate and Robbed,
Lima, O,, Nov. 8. Several unknown men
entered the bouse of Richard Peach, Friday
night, and beat him over tho head with
clubs until he was insensible. Thoy then
robbed him of $400 .and left. Peach's
terrible und possibly fatal.
Fatally Horned With a Mutch.
Younostow.v, O., Nov. f. A three-year
old son of William Black, oft Lanslngville,
while pUying with matches last night, sot bis
clothes im fire and was so badly burned that
he died x fw hours later.
Mmtll Talk.
Where doea a buckboard ?
Tho violinist ia always up to his chin
in business.
Fat men ought to see tho sea-serpent
tip the scales.
Tho workingmeH of New York now
swear " By Ueorge."
It takes a handsome young boiler-maker
to rivet himself lor life.
It's very cold in Europe. A Russian
chill has Bottled upon tho continent.
The telephone complication just now
ia a complication of " Sweet BellB jangled."
A newspaper article ia headed,
Lore." That is right, Tho lower
the better.
"No Admitanco Behind the Bar," tho
fellow said to tho mosquito when ho
crawled under tho netting.
It is stated that Henry Clay never was
at a loss for a word, trom this it Is
evident that Henry never jammed his
thumb in a door.
An old lady in New York gives itas her
opinion that "there ia going to bo a war,
because of tho birth of bo many boy
babies." We infer from this that tho
old ldv thinks the boys will marry. If
they do, war will probably follow.
Do You Know
That DuLuc's Swiss Balsam is the best
remedy for ciughs, colds, croup, bronchitis,
etc.
That SwIbs Bnlsnm will euro that neglected
cold. Delays are dangerous.
That Swiss Balsam contains no
or opium, thus making it tho beat
and safent cough remedy for children,
Pleasant to take.
Tha.t this valuable remedy only costs
25 cents a bottle and can bo had at J. O.
Pecor & Oo.'s.
M1HE UNDEKSIONED HAVE THIS DAY
I formed a co-partnership under the firm
name of KWEIUART UiluS., and will nuo
eid C. F, Zwelgart In the meat business.
JOHN O.ZWEIGAUT,
' C. F. ZWEIUAKT.JR.,
CUAB. W.ZWEIUAUT..
November 1st, 1886.
Thanking tuo public for their putronage, I
request those ludebted to moor having claims
auainst me to please call and settle with any
ol the above uamed Arm. IteHpectfully,
O.F.ZWElOAltT.
A Hellnble Article,
For enterprise, pusn and a desire to get such
goods as will give the trade satisfaction,
T, Wood, the Druggist, leads all corn-
on. He sells Ur. uosauko's uougti ana
Syrup, becauito I It's the best Medicine on
the market, for Coughs, Colds, Croup and
sumntloii. fnce w cent and
81.00, Sample tree.
THE KENTUCKY BEHTRAL RrR.
"BliTJE GRASS ROUTE."
f 1 ' i i
Shortest and Quickest Route
From Central Kentucky to all points
North, hast, Went aud South.
Fast Llnd between
LEXINGTON and 0IN0INNATI.
Schedule In effect May 10, 1&S6.
No. 51 No.M
north. Except Except
Sunday. Sunday.
"Leave Covl n y ton ... VI 00 pm
Leave Lexington ... 725am 4 25pm
Leave Paris. ... 8 15 am 6 20 nm
Arrive MUlersburg., 8 40am 5 44 pra
' Carlisle- 0 01 am 608pm
" Johnson....... 9 4Sam 6 56pm
' 10 80 am 7 40 pm
No. 52 No, 6
BOUTII. Excoot Except
Sunday. Sunday.
Leave Maysvllle.. 6 65am 12 55 pm
Marshall... a m ... p ra.
" Helena a m ..... p m
" Johnson. 6 37am 1 39 pm
" Carlisle ....... .-. 7 '.Sam 228pm
MUlersburg 7 48 am 2 50 pm
Arrlvo Paris.. 8 10 am 3 15 pm
M Lexington 0 05am 6 10 pm
' Covington 1180am 6 00pm
Note Trains 3 and 4 are dally between
Winchester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other
trains are dally except Sunday.
Direct connection la made at Winchester
with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt. Sterling.
Ashland, Huntington, Charleston; W. Va. and
Eastern cities.
Fast Line Nos.3 and 4 run via Winchester.
Solid trains, with Pullman Sleeping cars, between
Cincinnati aud Richmond, Va., aud
Winchester and Washington, D. C.
Through tickets and baggago checked to
any destination roached by a railroad.
For full particulars address or call on any
agont of the company, or D. A. Feely,
Passenger Agent, Lexington, Ky.; S. F.
B. Morse, General Passenger Agent, Covington,
Ky.
H. K. Huntington, Receiver,
General ofllccs, Covington, Ky.
JANUARY ELECTION, 1887
MAYOR:
We are authorized to announce E. E.
PEARCE, Jr., hh a candldato for re-election
to the oHlce ot Mayor at the January election,
1M7. .
CITY MARSHAL: I
We are authorized to announce JAMES
HENDIUXSON as a candidate 1or City Marshal.
We are authorized to announce JAMES
RAN K1NH us a candidal" for City Marshal at
tho January election, 18S7.
Wo are authorized to announce JAMES
HEFLlN as a candidate for re-election tn tho
ofllco ot City Manual, at the January election,
UV.
COLLECTOR AND TREASURER:
We are authorized to anu unceC.H. LEACH
as a Candida e for re-election to the ofllce of
City Collector and Treasurer, at tue Jauuary
election, 187. i
CITY CLERK.
authority, we announce HARRY TAY
LOR as a candidate to the office
ot City Cleric, at the January election, 1887.
ceo. b:. heisr.
.Wh, Tlioro!
1 brI. choice N. O. Molasses 8 35
18 lbHSucar 1 00
Gunpowder Tea... 40,50, GO
Headquarters tor Oysters, Spices, tine Groceries
aud Haras.
pvB.DKWITT O. FBANKMN,
Dentist, Ssgg
Ofllco: Sutton Street, next I
door to Postofrlon.
YjlHANK ft. HACCIiK,
House, Sign and
ORNAMENTAL PAINTER.
Sbop a tew doors above Yancey A Alaxand
er' livery stable, second street. dtt
I Al'OU LINK,
BAKER AND 00NFE0TI0NEB.
Io Cream and Soda Water a specialty.
Fresh Uread and Cakes mado dally and delivered
to any part of the city. Parties and
weddings furnished on abort notice. No. 85
Second street.
A. NORTON.
w.
-Representing-
LOUISVILLE COTTON and QRAIN EXCHANGE
Chicago Markets reoelved every ten minutes.
Orders taken for 1.000 bushels and upwards.
O fUces Cooper's building Second St.
p W. NCUEK,
(Court Street, Maysvllle, Ky.)
ATTORNEY JL.A.W.
Wlllnrnotlceln tho courts of Mason and ad
joining counties. Prompt attention given to
collect ion oi claims anu nccounis. Aisoiorire
Insurance, and the buying, selling and rent
lng of house, lots and lands.aud the wrltlug
ot deedi, mortgag a, contracts, etc, nCdly
WINN ANNA FKAZAK,
yO VELTY STORE.
-Dealer In-
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS:
t nave aiwsvH on band a tun supply ol
ohool Books, and have Inst recelv ed a large
wormian! nr new millinery koouk.
GriLTnarfl9
HINOLK BARREL 8II0T GUN,
DOtlILK
HINflK ItftKEnil LOADER.
DOUBLE " ie.0
Prices ob ether goods In proportion.
PARKER.8MITH and OTHER GUNS
ovnh stouten ro shoot cz,obb.
Illustrated Catalogue and Price List sent Free.
J. C. IAHDLE A SOW, ?l:
HEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
If think of
you expending
mmo fllty orone hundred
i dollars in advertising,
W V TT BCIIU UB IHJUJT UJ
advertisement, und we will tell you (frCe of
charjo) what will be tho best Investment for
you f mako. fend 81 cents for our 17(1 page
punphlet. Address
G KO. P. UO WELL & CO.'S
Newspaper Advertlslusc llureau,
10 Spruce St , New York.
o'-
ELEGANT and STYLISH
CLOTHING
should call at Hechinger & Go.'s and examine
an invoice of Tailor-Made Suits they opened today.
They consist of Round and Straight Out
Sack, and Three and Four-Button Cutaway
Frock Suits. The material in them is of the very
best imported Oloths. They are undoubtedly
the most stylish goods we ever had in the house.
HECHINGER & CO.
The Trustee of Runyon & Hocker
Having sold
DRY GOODS,
M
CLOAKS, UNDERWEAR, Ac, to-
E. RUNYON,
who will commence, on Monday, November I, to sell tho same stock of goods regardless
of cost or tho recent low prices ut which tney liave been ofleicd. See the inllowlug low
prices:
aii wooi L.unies' uioius, former price si, now titc, Co oreu brencii uress
former price SI. now 05 and 70c: Hlack Henrietta Cloth, former price 11.50, now 81:
Good
Silk Velvets, , all desirable colors, recent price,
price S2, now S1.25; White, Red nnd Uray
White Embroidered Flannels, 81.75 quality now
ocauei vest unu Drawers, now 81 ; uniiureirs ncunei Minna
and Drawers, all sizes, 81 nnd 81.U5 quality now 75c; Men' Bcarl. t'AlNWool Hlurts aud Draw,
era, former price 81, now 75c.; much better 81.75 quality, now 81; Willie Undershirts, 50c
quality now 85c;
CLOAKS AT ONE-HALF RECENT PRICE;
Buttons, half-price; Corsets, 81.50 quality now 81 ; 81 quality now 75c; 50c. quality 3"c, and
everything In the stock will be sold cheap. A lull usiorlment of Domestics at cost.
BIt is desirable to close the stock as rapidly as
possible, aud those who conie early will secure the
best selections. Remember the place: Second Street,
January's Block.
POSITIVELY CLOSING OUT!
Having decided to quit the Dry Uoods buslneR, I have rented my store to Allen, Hall A
Co., possession of main room lobeulvcu next Januaiy, jiy stoelcoi goods, lliurolorc, MUST
UK SOLD. The greater portion ot this stock ls unbroken, having Just received a lull Hue of
goods, Including
Wraps, Dress Goods, Shawls,
Underwear, Blankets, Comforts
and a great vnrlety of other goods. If you want bnignlns, and a lull line to seleot from,
CUME AT ONCE belore the stock Is picked over. Don't delay. These goods will only be
sold for CASH, or to those paylug their bills on presentation.
City ami Country merchants, you are Invited to come and purchase goodc from thlsstook
at less than Eastern prices. If you want to secure bargains, don't full to corneal once.
A IR.. GLtASOOCE
L .A. IN" O-EL
THIES
JEWELER
Watches. Diamond", Jewelry. Clocks.
Novelties. Tho Largest Stock. Finest Goods, Latest slyles aud LOWEST PHICES In Mays,
vllle. Storem 43 imshiI rit , flirty vl lie, iuhI 17 ArcnI. Clirliinml.
C. T. KNEEREAM,
Airciit of tlio JuIiIIiir Conl Company,
Mlaern ami Denlortt of PONEKOT
orders left with mrecelvo prompt
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
I have opened a Livery aud Feed Stable In
Mavsllck and solicit a share of the patronage
of tho place. Horses fed Hnd cared for. 11ns,
Buggies and Horses for hire at any time.
Terms reasonable.
JOSEPH HKOWN.
J. DACOMKKTY,
S.;
Designer and dealer In
MONUMENTS, TABLETS,
Headstones, Ac. The largest stock of th
latest designs. The best material and work
ever oflered In this section of the state, at re
dnced prices. Those wanting work In Gran.
Ite or Marble are Invited to call aud see foi
tbe"elve. second street, Mavsvllle,
TTENRT MERGARU,
No. 7 Market street,
RELIABLE MERCHANT TAILOR.
Call and examine my samples of Foreign
and Domestlo poods Irom the large wholesale
bouses of New York. Suits made to order on
more reasonable terms than any other house
la the city, and fit guaranteed. Also, agent
for dvelng and scouring houses In Cincinnati.
mayBdly
their stock of
NOTION
fl, now 6jc; much wider aud bettor, recent
Flannels at the lowest pi Ices over shown: also
$1.25, and 82 quality now J 1.50; Ladle' tine,
M. E. RUNYON.
Silverware. Spectacles. Gold Pens and Imnaried
attention. Offlceaud SchIpm; 47 E. Third street.
The Northeastern Kentucky
Telephone Company
bas connection with the following places
Maysvllle. Maysllck, Helena, Shannon,
and ML Olivet.
Omoe In Mayavilloi Parker A Hopper's,
corner Second and Button streets.
s. PERE.VS,
(Court Postofrlco.)
MERCHANT TAILOR.
'titling, Fitting, and Custom-Mado Suits to
ii der. Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices low.
A WORTMIJjGTON,
OARKKTr'S. WALL,
K. U WORTHIHCITOH
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
Will practloo In all courts In Mason and ad-Joining
counties and In the Superior Court
and Court of Appeals, All collections given
prompt attention, novadAw
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