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- .irrri,v wi 4fi,'."iw'n"i'lf , ' Wj ijj- J "Tb'jj(Tipi.-i W 'St i rmsp-ftsu- -r "MfiK qrp)Fprfl&''fWt'ilJ&9P ik tot &J !?; F & V IB- lit f Evening Bulletin. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proorlotors. FBI DAY, OCTOBER 5, 189 i. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Noti-iiibur 1 lertlnn, IN04. Y.ir CoiuU"i, U. X. II iUT. if Fleming. For Appi'limo Judge, TiloM - It. I'AYNTER. Of Greenup. Ccinnty Jit'ea TIIOM VS R. nilSTEU. C'ouniy Clerk, T M. PEARCE. county Attorney, FIUS'K 1'. O'DONNELL. SherM'. J. 0. JEFFERSON. Asoorf JOHN C. EVERETT. Surveyor, V. C. I'EUIAM. Corouer, J. D. ROE. Jailer, R.C.KIRK. MAGMFMAI. D1TMCT HQ 1. Jiihtk-e of the Peace, JOHN T. BRAMKL. Constable, JAMES REDMOND. MAQISTEIUAI. DISTRICT NO. 4, Justice, POWELL 1). OWENS. Constable, W. L. WOODWARD. MAGisrrniAi. district no. C, Justice of the Pence, LOGAN MARSHALL. Constable, W. P. JEFFERSON. .MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT SO. 7. Justice of the Pence, I. L. McILVAIN. Constable, SAM. STRODE. MAGISTERIAL DI3TRICTN0. 8. Justice of the Peace, Q.R. SHIPLEY. Constable, W. H. CORYELL. Aa a rule party lines are never closely drawn in town elections, as the editor of tho Ledger well knows. The Democrats are not giving much concern to tho re sult of the municipal elections in Con necticut. The registration at Frankfort this week shows a Democratic majority of 110, and in the face of this tho Ledger stated yes terday that "tho Republicans have out registered their Democratic friends." "Tell the truth," Br'er Davis. Tub Union League has already raised 5100,000 to help carry tho elections in Pennsylvania for tho Republican party, a State which is almost conceded to it at all events. If they have 8100,000 to spend in Pennsylvania, it would be safo to place their corruption fund for tho other States at millions. Their longer existence as a party depends upon their success in November. If they can't win now, they know there will bo no hope for them in '90. The ono thing for Demo crats to do, therefore, is to get together everywhere and knock out their enemies next month. Tun colored Republicans of Loxington are in open revolt over tho nomination of Judge Denny for Congress. Mr. Den ny is credited with saying a few years ago: "Tho negro race is a millstone around tho Republican party's neck, and the sooner they cut loose tho better it would be for tho party." Tho negroes of Loxington now talk like they will get back at him by voting against him in tho Congressional contest. The Bulletin has heard Maysvillo Re publicans make statements similar to Judge Denny's about their colored brethren, but thoy don't talk that way during a campaign. The Republicans mado such a howl over the sugar duty that thoy have to hatch up sotno story to explain away tiio fact that the price of that article has not gone up under tho now tariff bill. Hero it is, from the Washington correspondent of tho Cincinnati Tribune: "The Democratic campaign managers have entered into an agreement with tho sugar trust that tho wholesale price of sugar shall not be increased until after tho November elections. "Aftqr tho November elections tho campaign managers do not care what tho price ofsugar is. "Tho trust peoplo have gladly agreod to this in return for tho many favors which tho Democratic party has con ferred upon it in thoSenato tariff bill and in securing tho enactment of tho present law." What a great campaign liar tho Tribune correspondent must bo! Republican editors and speakers havo been deceiving tho peoplo so long that thoy iraagino their readors and hearers will swallow anything they give them. But tho peoplo aro on to 'urn, and such clap-trap as that clipped from tho Tribune doesn't go in thoso days of enlightenment. A GRAND RALLY All Along the Line, From Now On Until the November Election. Democrats to Make Tilings Lively. Dates of Meetings and List of Speakers. Tho Democrats of Mason are preparing for a grand rally all along tho lino from now until tho close of the campaign. A scries of meetings have been ar ranged at which there will bo soveral short and spicy addresses on the issues of the day. These meetings will be conducted on the order of those two years ago, when the single X Democratic clubs were or ganized all over the county. The dates and names of speakers aro given below, and tho citizens of the precincts and tho public generally aro cordially invited to attend and hear tho political questions of tho day fully and fairly discussed. All Democrats are urged to turn out. Let everybody who favors a free government, managed by and for the benefit of tho whole people, be present. The dates of tho meetings and names of speakers are as follows : Plumvlllc, Tuesday night, October 9th Hon. R, K. Hart, John L. Whltakcr uurt Judge Thomas R. Phlster. Orangeburg, Wednesday, October 10th Hon. R. K. Hart, L. V. Galbralth and Judge Thomas R. Phlster. Key's School House, on Horseshoe pike, Wednesday night, October 10th Common wealth's Attorney Sallec, George R. Gill and George W. Sulser. Dover, Tuesday night, October 9th Judgo T. II. Payuter, Judge G. S. Wall and F. P. O'Don nell. Mincrva.Wedncsday night, October 10th Judgo T. H. Payntcr, County Attorney Newell and F. P. O'Donnell. Germantown, Thursday night, October 11th Hon. R. K. Hart, Judge A. E. Cole, and F. V. O'Donnell. Helena, Thursday night, October 11th Judgo Thomas R. Phlster, John L. Chamberlain and George V. Sulser. Lcwlsburg, Friday night, October 12th Hon. R. K. Hart, C. L. Sallec and Judgo Thomas R. Phlster. Washington, Trlday night, October 12th-Judgo G. S. Wall, George R. Gill and F. P. O'Donnell. Maysllck, Saturday night, October 13th Judgo T. II. Payntcr, Hon. R. K. Hart, Judge A. E. Cole, F. r. O'Donnell and Judgo Thomas R. Phlster. Fern Leaf, Saturday afternoon, (at 3 o'clock), October 13th Hon. R. K. Hart, Judgo Emery Whltakcr and Judge Thomas R. Phlster. Murphysville, Saturday afternoon, (at 3 o'clock), October 13th Judgo T. II. Payntcr, Judge A. E. Colo and F. P. O'Donnell. Attention, Democrats! It is the desire of tho Democratic Executive Committee to havo ono or more speeches delivered in every school district in Mason County before the November election. If yon want a meeting in your neighborhood arrange the time and place as soon as possible and adviso your member of the commit tee, or Secretary J. C. Lovel, or Chairman J. N. Kehoe, Maysville, and speakers will bo furnished. By order of tho Democratic Executive Committee. The Modern Mother. Has found that hor little ones aro im proved more by the pleasant laxative, Syrup of Figs, when in need of tho lax ative effect of a gentle remedy, than by nny other, and that it is more acceptable to them. Children enjoy it and it benefits them. Tho true remedy, Syrup of Figs, is manufactured by the California Fig 8yrup Co. only. Roal Estate Transfers. Thomas Neal and wife to Maysvillo and Big Sandy Railroad Company, two lots about one milo west of Maysville; consideration othor property in same vicinity. Araminta M. Smoot, Lida P. Powell and E. L. Powell to Mary E. Barrett, 013 acres of land on tho Germantown pike ; consideration $-1,013.75. Coal! Goal! Tho Citizens' Coal Company, on Com merce street, Fifth ward, havorecoived a supply of Pomoroy coal equal to tho Peacock coal and will sell delivered, for cash, as cheap as any in tho market. All orders filled promptly. J. Hamilton, agent. 1 1 Tho Last Ohanco. For a fow days only you have a chance to got your choico at your own price. Come to-day. Everything goes dry goods, notions and fixtures. Remember tho place, 117 Sutton street, Maysvillo, Ky. H. C. McDougle, Trustee. Quarterly meeting services will begin at tho M. E. Church, South, to-morrow. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and at 7. p. ra., by Rev. D. W. Robertson, Presiding Elder. Tho public invited. Bucklen's Arnica Salvo. Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum , fever sores, totter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For Bttlo at J. James Wood's. -?" 2s The Old Friend And tho best friend that never fails you is Simmons Liver Regu lator, (the P-il Z) that's vlint you hear nfc tae mention of this excellent Liver medicine, and people ehouM rot le persurded that ar.yt ' o'ie will do. It is'vlie Kin of Liver .Medi cines ; is belter than pii', and takes tho place of Quinine and Calomel It. acts dhectly on the Liver, Kidney and Bowels and gives now life to tho whole sys tem. This is tho medicine ycu want. Gold by all Drivsis-t'j in Liquid, or in IWder to be taken dry or mado into a teA. s-i:vkry T-Aor.AC.i:-s; IIii tin '-stamp In red on suuppor J. H. Z.KII.IN A: CO.. PMkulrlnhU. Pa. PERSONAL. Mrs. Lucy Rector, of Chicago, is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Davis. Miss Anna Chanslor, of Millersburg, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank Arm strong. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Robertson are at home after a sojourn of sevoral weeks at Bethlehem, N. II. Mrs. Charles Nuto and Miss Hattie Pumphrey, of Flemingsburg, aro Iguests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Toup. Mrs. Thomas Wood and son, of Sharpsburg, aro visiting her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phister. Loxington Leader : "Mrs. Al. Bramel and daughter, Miss Mollie, of near Mays ville, aro expected here thisweek to visit friends." Miss Katherine Mendell, of Buffalo Gap, is tho guest of Miss Bettie K. Aik man, of Tuckahoe Ridge, and attending tho Germantown fair. Mr. O. B. Ryan, Assistant General Passenger Agent of tho O. and O., is in town, accompanied by his wife and Mrs. H. P. Hathaway. Thoy will attend tho Germantown fair. Whrn Baby was sick, wo gave her Castorla. WLen she was a Child, sho cried for Castorla. When fIio became Miss, she clung to Castorla. When hhc had Childien.sho gaotbeui Castorla, COUNTY CULLINGS. Items PickedUp by the Bulletin's Cor respondents in Mason and Elsewhore. BIAYSLICK. On Sunday, tho 10th Instant, in tho Christian Church, Elder Pinkerton, of Faducah, will coin nvjnco a protracted meeting. Ho Is said to bo an orator and an able man. Como out laud hear him, ono and all. A. B. Moody, who has been clerking at tho Stonewall Houso forover.a year, has accepted a position with tho St. Charles Hotel at Maysville. Wo congratulate tho St. Charles on obtaining tho services of such a noble and trustworthy young man. Mr. Moody leaves a host of friends behind him who wero loth to give him up. Wo wish him great prosperity la his now field of opera tions. i Tornado policies W. R. Warder, agt. Policemen Purnell and McKollup overhauled three tough-looking fakirs yesterday afternoon, who wore selling cheap spectacles and rings. They were ordored out of town. A riNB lino of goods most suitable for bridal presents can bo had at P. J. Murphy's, tho jeweler, at most reason able prices. Beforo buying your bridal presents don't fail to seo his stock and learn prices. i i The Joseph R. Peebles' Sons Company, of Cincinnati, enjoys a wonderfully largo trade and a great roputation for fine old wines, whiskies and brandies. Same aro for salo in Maysvillo only at Chenowoth's drug store. See samples in window. i Electric Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special men tion. All who havo used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise a purer medicino does not exist and it is guaran teed to do all that. a clnirrmrf. Klnntrin Bitters will euro all diseases of tho liver anu Kiunoys, will remove pimples, boils, salt rheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive malaria from tho systom and provont as well as euro all malarial fevers. For euro of hcad acho. constipation and indigestion try Electric Bitters. Entire satisfaction guar- nntnftfl. nr mnnov rnfiirwlnl Prion Kln and SI per bottle at J. J. Wood's drug HIUXU. WWW.. I I I ' I In Seasonin the Lead What is of the greatest moment just now to tho ladies are the queries : Where can we find the greatest variety of season able goods? Where can we get the most for our money ? The answer to these questions will be found in our store, and in the following prico list : DEBSS GOODS. A comploto lino o Wool Serges, good quality, at 25 cents; forty inch Silk and Wool Fancy Cheviots, 50 cunts ; fifty inch Storm Sorgo, 50 cents; forty-six inch Pilot Cloths, in all tho now shades anu mixtures, uo cents, xneso goous must uo seen to do appro ci- nnil . "CTrxd-er-weeir surLcL Hosiery. We aro pleased to announce that wo have tho most complete stock of these goods over placed on salo and invito buyers to exam ine tho multitude of designs and styles. Ladies' Itlbbcd Merino Vests, in White and natural mixture, only 25 cents, usual price 50 cents ; Ladies' Natural Wool and Medicated Vests and Drawers, 50 cents each; Ladies' Seamless Black Hose, 8 to 10, only 15 cents, usual price 25 cents. Our 25c. and 35c. qualities should be seen by everybody who appreciates a bargain. In Coats and Wraps, in Dress Goods, in every department we can conscientiously say that the "times" have stimulated us to greater activity. Our display has never equaled the present. Our business is to have what you want and to please you when you call. D. HUNT & SON. Sfex for Infants " Castorla la so well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." II. A. AnciiEn, JL D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. "Tho uso of Castorla is m universal and Its merits bo u ell ktiou n that It seems n work of supererogation to endorse It. Few aro tho intelligent families who do not keepCastoria within easy reach." Carlos SLuitvx, D. D , New York City. The Ce.ntai'r ANNOUNCE M ENT. WWVWVW'VW'SI FOIJ COUNTY ASSESSOR. WE nre authorized to announce J. DAVID DYE as the Kepubllcun candidate for As sessor. FOR JUSTICE OF THF. l'EACE. WEarenuthorized to announce GEORGETAY LOH as a caudidato for Justlco in Wash ington Maglstcriul District No. 5, at the Novem ber election, 1891, subject to the action of the peoplo nt tho polls. WEarenuthorized tommounceJ. J. I'KliltlNE ns a candidate for Justice of the Pence iu tho Third Magisterial district nt the November election, 1891. WE are authorized to iiuiiouncu i-uwcil, u. OWENS ns a candidate for Justice of the Fcncolu Magisterial district No. 4, subject to the vote of tho peoplo nt tho polls. WE aro authorized to announce WILL I.OU MOHAN ns n enndidnto for Justlco of the I'cnco in tho Third Magisterial district, subject to tho will of tho people. November election. 1891. Wt, are authorized to unuouueu JUUN L. GRANT as a candidate for Justlco of the Peace in tho second Magisterial district, subject to tho will of tho people, November election, 1891. FOR CONSTABLE. WE aro authorized to nnnounco CHARLES WALLINGFOKD ns a candldato for Cou stablo in Magcsterinl district No. 1, November election, 1891. WE nre authorized to nnnounco BAM J. NOWER as a candldato for Constable In Dover precluct at tho November election, 1894, buojcci io iao win ot me people, WE aro authorized to nnnounco J, It. McNUTT ns n candldato for ro-clectlou ns Constablo in tho Third Magisterial district at the ensuing November election. WE nro authorized to nnnounco UKUKUK W. COOK as a candidate for Constable in Mag Isterlnl district No 2, subject to tho will of the people. WANTED. SOLICITORS WITH REFERENCES WANTED By tho largest, strongest, most progressive, livestock insurnnco company in the world. Lib eral contract nnd big Inducements to both agents and Insured. Address nt once, with stamp, .(ETNA MUTUAL LIVESTOCK INSURANCE COM PANY, 100 South Tenth street, Philadelphia, Pa. FOBSAIiE. FOR SALE Lot on Third street, known ns tho "Cooper Shop Lot;" 48k feet front by 165 feet. Terms to suit tho purchaser. For particu lars call on Simon Nelson, or address SAMUEL McDONALD.101 West Fourth street. Cincinnati. O lOR SALE OR EXOUANGE-Au omnibus. I I? will sell or exchange for a two-horso plat form spring wagon. Also, my bus, horses and omnibus line. Apply to JOHN ALEXANDER, Maysvillo. Ky., or WM. M. DIXSON. McKenzlo. 170R SALE Good rnngo"Ornnd Active:" aho ; a square pinno. Apply nt this ofllee. FOUND. FOUND A bunch of koys, on tho Lexington piko. Owner enn got snmq by cnlllngnt this ofilco and paying for advertisement. 29-tf "3 :'& ..,.. jsrwntfm up xif3Rzo$i a WMm L1MU rciw v m "5 J filMy'S fiff&iftiiiBd IM ,i" i . rstJ '...n .7irB Ja folt vm imr fan rLAibir m .iir IQI IMC CT .'SglSSrsSh fe&e-i?' 1 UIPitlLt "" " 1 1' i-ir f Mim t M W tIMH Hv A " 'V ' I4JU &. K c2ZB" 1UI V I 11 E 9 : "- t ifewfcK. , . ;, ArKf iryg??a ..,i ita tin nssOf i y filSIMl1ATI srwp"&i$F ygp - wiiwiuf and Children. ,;-v Castorla cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, Kllla Worms, gives Bleep, and promotes di gestion, Without Injurious medication. "For soveral years I havo recommended your 'Castorla,' and shall always continue to do so as it has Invariably produced beneficial results." Edwin F. Taudee, M. D lS5th Street and 7th Ae., New York City. Company, 77 SIuimay Street, New York Crrr. By my tinpreccdchtedsaiesdurlug tho last season, nud being determined to still further increase them, I have closed contracts for nn immense stock of Canned Goods and Fancy Groceries, of all kinds, bought from first hands when tho "scare was on," at extreme ly low figures for CASH. Having closed out all old goods, my stock will bo new and clean and of tho very best quality. I will continue my popular system of Special Cut Prices to Cash Buyers, so wntch this space, ns it will from time to time, during the season, con tain somo startling announcements. In tho meantime, como right along with your cash and get more goods and better goods than you can at any other place. Remember "Perfection" Flour is tho best. Our blended Cof fee has no equal. Try them. is. IB. ho-ve: The Lcadlug Grocer. J. ACADZMY OF THE VISITATION MAY8VIIXE, KY. HOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNO LADIES A school of cxcollentndvautagesforathorough education In every department. Modern Lan guages and Freehand Drawing taught without extra charge Point-print method used in teach ing thoso who aro blind. Musical department under tho able direction of a graduato of a noted conservatory. Parents nnd guardians will bo given full particulars as to terms and refcrenco on applying to SISTERS OFTHE VISITATION, B.V.M., MAYSVILLE KY. c, F. ZWEIGAUT, ,7It DAILY MEAT MARKET. Corsor ol Second nnd Button Streets. vt A I t IJ iff t :. j I1' ,!Kfl ' 'M I' Kit ?ar, "kvf- '& v I '' nW t