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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1S92.
Of S'i'.v York."
For. Vick I'ubsidbnt,
ADL.AI K. &TUVKNSOK,
flUST Al'PHMVTK DISTRICT.
For Judge of the Court of Appeals,
J. H. IIAZELKIGG,
Of (Montgomery County.
Tiiinu suruiuoit wisTiticT.
J. II. BREST,
NINTHI CONGKllSSIONAI. DISTRICT.
THOMAS II. PAYNTER,
NINETEENTH JUDICIAX DISTRICT.
For Circuit Judge,
J AMIS P.. HARBISON,
For Commonwealth's Attorney,
For Circuit Cleric,
'J. C. JEFFERSON.
JAMES C. OWENS.
Postmaster Davis, editor of the
Public Ledger, the Republican or
gan of this district, was In Wash
ington City lost May, and In a let
ter to his paper, publlshod May 20,
" Hon. Thomas II. Paynter Is
"popular with everybody,
"und I can cheerfully bear
" testimony to his efficiency,
"having had frequent occa
sion to call upon him In
"behalf of the public ser
"vlce." Public Ledger September 7 :
" Hon. Thomas H. Paynter,
" present Congressman from
" this district, was uomlnat
" cd at Carlisle yesterday for
" u third term. The 'trado of
" polities' hasbecomeso per
" verted that one can not
" do Justice to nn oppoueitf
"without having his mo
"tlves Impugned; but It Is
" only (air to say that Mr.
' ' l'aynUr ha made a gooil Hep
' racntatlrr. So Jar at uv know
"he lias fcfrt nttcntlic to the
" wliflm of his constitiuiiai, and
"hintinrxt etitniAtrd to hi mre.
' hax rceclvedpromplaltrnlion." l
For Kentucky, fair Thursday; winds be
Tjie Force bill is tho most un-American
measuro that has over been debated in
the lialls of Congrees.
"Revolutionary" ia a very mild term
to apply to the party that ia seeking the
passage of such an atrocious measuro as
the Forco bill.
The attitude of tho Republican party
towards tho Force bill ia its most yulner
ablo point in tho present campaign, and
should insure its utter discomfiture and
Tun Republican party by its fostering
of tho Forco bill, and other like acts, has
demonstrated that it is no longer worthy
the confidence of tho American people,
and should no longer bo entrusted with
Says tho Herald of Peoria, 111.: "Glass
blowers in La Salle County got tho Batno
wages as glass blowers in Canada. Cana
dian glass blowers aro protected by a
duty of 80 per cent, those in taSallo
county by a duty of 00 per cent. If high
tariff taxes raise wages, Why don't tho
La Salle glass blowers got higher Waged
than tlioso in Canada? "
The Executivo Committees of tho two
leading i parties in this county havo
been conferring with each other with a
view to a strict observance of tho pro
visions of tho now law against tho use of
money at tho polls. A proposition to
that effect has Jfbeon approved by tho
Democrats, and it is to bo hoped that it
will bo approved by tho othor side. If
tho ovil is over to bo suppressed and
driven out now is tho time.
HAS ENOUGH OF IT,
Judge H. R Littell, of Hopkinsvillo,
Dosorts tho Q. O. P. Others
Hopkinsvii.lk, Kv., October 29. Judgo'
H. R. Littell, who has long been promi
nent in the councils of the Republican
party in this section, announces his in
tention to support the national Demo
cratic ticket. Ho is a gentleman of means
and influence, Presidentof tho City Bank
and lute Republican office-holder. Tho
attitude of the Republican party with
reference to tho Forco bill and its opposi-J
tion to all measures of tariff reform aro
tho reasons which prompted Judgo Lit
tell tosoverhis relations with tho G.O.P.
Cyntiiiana, Ky., October 29. J. L.
Jones, a tin merchant of this place, who
voted for Harrison in 1888, and has beeri
a life-long Republican, is out for the
whole Democratic ticket. He says ho
can not stand tho McKinley tariff on tin.
. Major A. J. Iforey, who voted for Har
rison in 1888, is out day and night making
speeches for Cleveland and Stevenson.
He says he can not stand the Forco bill
and the tariff.
Clay Clement will appear at the opera
house next "Monday night in Irving's
great piece, "The Bells." Tickets now on
sale at Nelson's. His firstlappearanoe at
Detroit was on October4th, and the Free
Press says: "Mr. Clement by this one
performance aroused the enthusiastic ad
miration of the community of play-goers,
who last night sot the seal of their ap
proval on his unassuming but command
ing effort in a character that has been
thought to belong to the idol of tho Eng
lish stage. Tho Free Press hastens to
swell tho acclaim with which that effort
was hailed and to congratulate this mod
est young player upon a memorable suc
cess. The support was excellent."
Railways and the Judiciary.
T. V. Powderly has an article in the
North American Review for this month
in which he says: "Behind the railways
and telegraphs stands tho Judiciary,
ready and willing to lend its awful
strength to that now exercised by cor
porate wealth, so that the combination
may strike terror to the hearts of tho
men who must work for bread. Vest the
title to the rail and telegraph lines in the
Governmentandwo destroy tho inceutive
to own Judges and courts. Every well
regulated lailroad corporation now owns
its Judges and courts; one of tho
necessary adjuncts to tho great corpora
tion of the day is a court of its own, or a
number of them. It is cheaper to buy
Judges to set aside laws than it is to pay
a number of legislators to make laws;
besides, it is safer and attracts less atten
tion. We make law, and it is laughed at
by the trust, tho syndicate and tho com
bine; wo make appeals to courts and
Governors, and our appeals are laughed
at and pigeon-holed, or else a mock trial
is entered upon to deceive and lull the
majority to tho sleep of death. We olect
Judges and thoy stand guard at tho por
Pelham Against the H. and E. S.
In reversing tho above case taken up
from this county the Court of AppealB
First In tresspass quart clausum regit against a
railroad company In which tho defenso was that
the defcnda'ut was entitled, to enter by virtue of a
proceeding to condemn tho land which was had
by Its remote vendor more than fortjlyears ago,
the only two Issues Were whether the judgement
for damages In that proceeding had been settled,
and whether tho land lu controversy was a part
of tho boundary condemned, and It was com
petent to show by parol that tho claim lor dam
ages bad been settled.
Second The money having been paid and tho
road constructed aud operated by defendant's
vendor, tho fact .that tho judgement or Inquest
failed to dcscrlbo the land will not defeat tho de
fenoaht'fi right to the uso, It being shown by ex
trinsic cvidenco that tho land In controversy is
the Identical land condemned.
Wadsworth & Son, Cochran & Son for
appellant; E. L. Worthington, Garrett S.
Wall, T. C. Campbell for appellee. t
Roal Estato Transfers.
Emmott W. Bramel and wife to Seldon
W. Bramel, 20 acres on Taylor's Mill
road ; consideration, $28.0. '
Emma Bramel, &c, by Commissioner,
to Emmott W. Bramel, 20J acres ; consid
0. W. Ilannn and others to John R,
Ilannn, houso and lot in Dover ; consid
eration, $200, &c.
more s66aE3fio$sf tn kectard t"o
Editor Jlulktln : The City Council meets to-night,
and the members of that body may depend
upon It that tho public are rolylug on them for a
wise and strong action in regard to this dread
disease. In the suggestions made in the columns
of the ButXh-rm yesterday there is nothing new
or untried, It has been tho lot of tho writer to
pass through a number of dangerous pestilences.
One was a scourge of tho small-pox In the city of
Louisville many years ago. In the midst of the
panic created by Its sudden appearance and
prevalence the city authorities Invited a number
of Its most eminent physicians to meet them in
Council an example which our authorities can
well afford to Imitate, for wo aro persuaded we
have a number of physicians hero whoso opin
ions would be well worth having. Among the
physicians Invited to the Council was Dr. David
Yaudell. When asked for his advico it was as
follows : First, put down this seusolcss exclto-
ment and panic by ofllclally ascertaining and
publishing the exact facts; second, if the pest
house will not contain all tho patients exclude
all visitors from every house where It exists ;
third, after the patlen t recovers, effectually disin
fect tho house before the patient leaves it or tho
public arc allowed to enter.
This advico was taken, and tho writer well ret
members how Immediate and how complete were
the results. It was at oucc seen that there was
no such prevalence of the dlscaso as the yellow
flags scattered through the city appeared to In
dicate, and confidence was restored. The farther
spread of tho disease was arrested, the afflicted
soon died or recovered, and the plague disap
peared. To-day lu the city of Cincinnati, wherever there
Is a case of diphtheria, there Is a notice placed
on tho door aud the public warned not to enter.
And It may calm the public mind In Maysvllle a
little to know that in some parts of that city
these notices are so frequent as to Impress th6
mind of the casual beholder with the conviction
that the disease Is In every other house.
When a year or so ago a single mad dog made
his appearance on our streets ourcity authorities
lost no time In resolutely taking the matter In
hand. The diphtheria, but little less to be
dreaded" In Its severer form than hydrophobia',
has now been lingering around our homes for
nearly a year, aud we have a right to expect that
without farther delay It will be as thoroughly
and resolutely exterminated. X.
A CAKD OP THANKS.
Editor Bulletin: Hereby our most grateful
thanks are extended to the kind and staunch
friends who stood by us during the sickness and
final dissolution of our little Louis. The many
valuable services rendered were appreciated.
May our Heavenly Father in his mercy never
visit you with a like affliction is our fervent
prayer. C. A. Waltiibr and Family.
Aberdeen Letter List.
List 6f letters remaining the Aberdeen
postoffice for the month of October:
Miss Lizzy Bruce, (2)
Mrs. Sara E. Ellis,
Mrs. T. F. Taylor,
Geo. F. Vance.
Mrs. Mary Bradley.
Miss Suslo Bolton,
Persons calling for the above will
pleaso say advertised. One cent due for
advertising. B. R. Wilson, P. M.
When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castorla.
When sho was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla.
When she had Children, she gave them Co-storla.
Died, October 2-'), 1802 of diphtheria, at the
home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John II.
Fitzgerald, In the West Eud. Marguerite, only
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Drown, of
Rochester, N. Y., aged three years.
Who can comfort the foud father aud tho lov
ing mother in the loss of an only child 1 Tho
sympathetic voice of earthly friends is grateful
In to great a sorrow, but human words can not
assuage one's grief in such an hour. Blessed aro
they who in their sad bereavement put their
faith In Him w ho said : ' Suffer little children to
come unto me and forbid them not, forof such Is
the klncdom of 'heaven." In a bed of roses.
flowers sho loved so well, little Marguerite was
geutly laid to rest in " tho silent city of the
dead." But sho has simply gone on before and
is like the angels lu heaven ; sho stands upon the
borders of tho grave to beckon the loved ones up
tp heaven, where the weary aro forever at rest and
where partings arc no more.
STRAIQIITEVH Is an elegant highly per
turned hair dressing acting as a powerful tonic on
the hair of either sex, and is entirely different from
any other dressing over offered for sale. If is
mado from the marrow ol Goose-bones and will
render, coarse-wiry-curly or kinky hair as straight
soil and glossy as silk. Price 75 Cents Per Jar.
Circular Fre- Address KOYAL CHEMICAL
CO., Pharmaceutical Chemists, Chicago, Ills.
STRAIGHTINE Is for sale In Maysvllle, Ky., by
Tbos. J. Chenoweth, Druggist.
If you think of buying a Piano or Organ, call
on tho old reliable branch house of D. II. Bald
win & Co., No. 62 West Second street, Maysvllle,
Ky., before purchasing, and save from $25 to $100.
We haudlo the leaders, such as
DECKER BROS., HAINES
and FISCHER PIANOS;
Estey, Story, Clark and Hamilton OBGAN8; also
orders taken and promptly filled for all kinds of
smaller Instruments and Sheet Music.
n F. ZWKIGAnT, JR.,
DAILY MEAT MARKET.
Comer of Second and Button 8trooU).
O -V p
Twcnty-sovou-inch Ail Wool Cloths at 25c; flfty-four-incn
All Wool Ladies' Cloths, 50c. Navy Blue Sorgo, 50, OO,
75, 85c. and $1. Tho largest and cheapest lino of these goods
In tho city.
ALL THE NEW WEAVESl
5 in Black All Wool and Silk and Wool, from 40c. to $1.50 per
; 51 WEST
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i WHOLESALE I
And we invite an early in
spection of tho prices and
styles, to all merchants in
this and the surrounding
counties. Call now.
1 pound best Imported Prunes 15
1 pound best Valencia llatslns 10
1 pound Extra Layer Onduras Raisins l'J
1 pound finest Loudon LayeriKalslns 15
1 pound bc3t Leghorn Citron, only 25
2 pounds best new Currants 15
3 largo cans best Mustard Sardines 25
1 gallon best Big Bandy Sorghum 40
1 pound fine Gunpowder Tet, only 50
C pounds beat new Oatmeal, only 25
10 bars good Soap 25
3 boxes Babbitt's Potash 25
1 pound best uew Mlnco Meat 10
Try our new crop N. O. Molasses.
Headquarters for nil Kinds of Gntno nml
Fnney Dressed Poultry.
HILL & CO.,
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
Monday, Novemb e 7.
:: Clay ;:
Supported by Miss ADELAIDE FITZ-ALLEN and
a selected company of players in his great master
JKVWItb. Special Scenery ixnd Cos tumes.-ffu
Scats now on sale' nt Nelson's. Prlc6s, first four
rows In I'arnuct, 81.00; balance Parquet, 75c.;
Dress Circle, 50c; Balcony, 50c.; Gallery, 25c.
will continue to
Repair Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
At Blakeborough's old stand.
DR. PARIS WHEELER,
OHico next door to Daulton Bros.' stable. For
Information consult tho slato in stable ofllco,
! immiM !
I :fott:e& I
For One Week Only.
5 For 25c. quality Ladles' and Gent's
5 For all our COc. and 75e. Dress Goods ;
2 great bargain.
P For All Wool Carpets, actual value,
For Ladles'Ctooks, cheap at 6 to 87.50.
t GIVE US A CALL.
; Sir and 813 BIAKKKT.
A Complete Line of every
thing usually kept in a first
class Pharmacy. Just-received
a large shipment of
Prescriptions accurately com
pounded at all hours, We
assure you the very best of
1. The Houso and fi0xl25 foot lot pn' Second
street, formerly owned by Dr.Adamsop.deceasoa.
2. Three 50-foot lots on Fleming pike, cheap.
3. The proporty occupied by r. F. Parker on
4. A 27 acre farm, ono and one-half miles
from city, well Improvedt $2,750.
5. A good small houso'lii Sixth ward, $300,
0. Two good Houses. Forest avenue.
Other property lu all parts of cltyt
A. M. CAMPBELL,
Real Eatato Agent.
pvEWIXT o. bhankxin,
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B UWGI Q&I1CVIIUIU3
WEST BUTTON STBBET.
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