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'f rf viv'T'' jT f wn"?fi 'iBiwifwe(svw-r i f?!R5H?7IS?T!5?S 5JJ?P15' TJfcw V9&H t l wrap '-7"rffT i& B I! if !' l! n Evening Bulletin. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. uosser & McCarthy, Proprietor. MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1894. Fair weather, except local snuws on the lakes; cooler, north west winds, becoming variable. Holiday Advurtiuing. Mfii'hantu uill liml illiberal use of Tho liL'i.i.hiiN'a sulvoriisinj; columns espec ially piotituliif during tlie nextsix weeks. The hugu chciiltittonof tlio paper insures the bringing of biiainess unnouncemonta before the eye" of most of the peoplo of Maysville ami Mason County, and many people of the adjoining counties are reached. Now is an especially good time to advertise FKAXcit is having " hard times," and a writer says the commencement of the trouble dates back to the adoption of a high tariff bill. It is now charged that the Inove to get Hardin and Clay out of the Guber natorial race and substitute ex-Governor McCreary is a scheme to kill threo birds with one stone. COUNTY COURT. Paymonts Ordered For New Turn pikes SottlomontB Filed. Other Business. The efforts of a certain correspondent of the Cincinnati Enquirer to manufac ture a Gubernatorial boom for a Central Kentucky stateman are being overdone. He should go a little slow. The hwyers employed in the Iron Hall litigation have received fees amount ing to $73,000, and tho receiver was given an allowance of So0,000. It has furnished thorn rich pickings. " Erie County hangman," " the stuffed prophet," "a saloon stool-pigeon," aro choice expressions of tho Public Ledger in referring to the President of tho United States nowadays. The editor of the P. L. didn't talk that way when ho was postmaster. The Cincinnati Enquirer and the En quiier Democrats over in Ohio made the late fight in that State on free silver. The Democratic vote fell off 127,133. The Enquirer seems to never know when it has enough, however, and is still talking free silver. Perhaps it favors free silver because Grover is fer ninst it. The sugar trust is not apt to keep its refineries closed. The members of the trust aro not running the sugar business of this country just as they please under this Democratic administiation. Senator Smith, of New Jersey, announces that if the refineries stay closed he will advocate free sugar. And thoie aro other Senators who will do likewise. Just wait and see how long the trust keep3 tho refineries closed. THE TWO TIDAL-WAVES. " Tom Keed tries to makes it appear that tho deluge which submerged him and his party in 1890 'wasn't much of a shower' compared with tho flood that overwhelmed the Domocrats this year," remarks tho New York World. " The change of a Republican majority of 24 in tho House in the Fifty-first Con gress to a Democrat' majority of 149 in the next Congress was not quite so much of a turnover as the conversion of a Dem ocratic majority of 92 in tho' present House into a Republican majority of 135 in the next one. But if we lemembor rightly Mr. Reed didn't think tho water was very shallow or tho wave lacking In force four years ago ? " A comparison of losses in the popu lar vote, as far as received, fails still more signally to confirm Mr. Reed's view. Tho following shows the Democratic falling off this year, in tho chief States from which full returns aro received, com pared with 1892, and tho Republican loss in the same States in 1890 compared with 1888 : Bern, loss 1S94. Now York 123,000 Pennsylvania 121,000 Indiana 23,000 Minnesota 40,000 Missouri 41,000 Wisconsin 42,000 Now Jersey 58,000 Connecticut 10,000 Ohio 75,000 "West Virginia 0,000 " In those ten Stato it thus Rep. loss. 1890. 227,000 78,000 49,000 55,000 48,000 41,000 21,000 11,000 53,000 8,000 appears that tho Republican vote fell off 591,000 in 1890 and tho Demociatic vote de creased 554,000 this year a differonco of 40,000 against Mr. Reed'a party. When, therefore, tho man from Maino talks of an ' unparalleled change ' ho is exulting without n duo regard to history and arithmetic." Attention, Sir Knights. Meet at Armory this evening at 7 o'clock in full dress. By order of Cap tain, Geo. H. Mabtin, Recorder, Maysvillo Division No. 0, U. R., K, of P.J One milo and 51 9-10 rods of tho Two Lick Piko was reported examined and received, which completes tho pike, and the County Treasurer was directed to pay said company $2,207.68, balance duo on county's subscription to said road. Tho Shannon and Forman's Chapel turnpike having been completed, the County Treasurer was directed to pay said company a balanco of $25.83, duo from tho county. James N. Boyd was appointed admin istrator of John W. Bainum, and exe cuted bond withT. O. Campbell is surety. Appraisers: James Earnshaw, James Wilson and Arthur True. Tho personal estate of tho lato T. K. Ball was appraised at $4,730.14. A mile of the Hebron and Salem turn pike was roported completed and G. G. Kilpatrick, J. M. Ball and W. O. Pelham were appointed a committee to examine said mile and report. Tho following settlements were filed and continued for exceptions: J. T. Prather, guardian of Augustine Cole. Sarah F. Turner, guardian of lva and George S. Turner. W. B. A. McNutt, guardian of E. Bailey McNutt. John and Thomas Dickson, adminis trators of J. S. Dickson. Ollio F. Rees, guardian of Daniel Wil burn Reoa and John L. Rees. Joseph D. Peed, guardian of Jessie M. Peed and Lizzio J. Peed. Allen Grover, administrator of Abel Rees. River News. No packets either way Sunday. Tho Wave still serves patrons in her trade. Bonanza and Stanley down this after noon. Falling here with 5 2-10 feet on tho marks. It is expected fliat Saturday's rain will make a stage of 8 or 10 feet at Pittsburg. Tho Iron Queen wheels into line to day, leaving Cincinnati at 5 p. m. for Pittsburg. The M. P. Wells has gone to Ports mouth. for some repairs to boiler, and will bo out of her trade a week or two. Tho Keystone Stato discharged fifteen tons of candy at Wheeling on her last trip. The candy was consigned to one man. Tho Telegraph from and to Cincinnati to-day. She discontinues her trips to Manchester as it makes her lato at both ends of her run. Captain II. L. Cook has recovered about half of Captain N. Cooper's barge of coal recently sunk at Fifth ward land ing, and will likely get out rest of it by middle of week, weather and river per mitting. Tho Portsmouth Tribuno thinks there is a good field for a swift and not too largo passenger packet in the trado be tween Portsmouth and Cincinnati. One fast enough to make daily trips would bo desirable, or otherwise two boats to run on al tomato days. It is reported that Captain Sam Ham ilton, Gallipolis, and lato of tho White Collar Lino, will bo in command of tho Bay Lino steamer Ruth, now undergoing some repairs at Ironton, preparatory to entering some of tho, short trades out from Cincinnati. Ho is a brother of Captain J. Hamilton, of this city. Tho Pittsburg Chronicle says: "A great many of tho boats in tho pool above tho Davis Island dam are hitched to tows ready to start as soon as a rise comes. Tho majority of coal awaiting shipment is loaded in coal boats, so that it will tako at least at ton-foot stage to got all tho coal out. A conservative es timate of the total amount of coal mined and awaiting shipment is about 10,000, 000 bushels." Cincinnati Enquirer: "Tho Telegraph has now become a fixture in tho Mays ville trado, and travelers aro right at homo on her, finding her running strictly on schedulo time. Captain Win. Kirkor is in command, Kendall Morgan in tho office; Captain Sam Moore and Billy Brookhart, pilots; Wm. Kotchutn, en gineer; Wm. Bowon, mate, and Sam Stoigwald, steward. Tho peoplo have got just the boat and officers they want." 1 1 Coal! Coal! Try tho best coal in tho market. Tho People's Conl,Company sells tho gonulno Syracuse shaft coal. It makes no clinkors and holds fire all night. Try it and bo convinced and you will use no other. Delivered at 8 cents in lots not less than fifty bushels. Office near the O. and O. dopot. i Bucklon'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 givo porfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per dox. x or sate aw . J amoa w oocrs. jjBtiijii Mil J, Aw W J ft Ki.ftAJM jgj KjSSCIftS' -7&f ST The Old Friend And tho best friend that never fails you is Simmons Liver Regu lator, (the Hod Z) that's what you hear at, toe mention of this excellent Liver medicine, and people phnuH not bo persuaded that any; ir;, "lse will do. It is'tiiu Ling of Liver Medi cines ; is" belter than pill, and takes the placo of Quiiu.e and Calomel It acts directly on the Liver, Kidney and Bowels and gives new lii'o to tho whole sys tem. This is tho medicine yea wnrt. Sold by all D"ugipts in Liquid, or in fowler to be taken dry or made inlo a tea. 3tt:vi:ky i-aciiage-s Hh 1Ji .M.i in pin ri-tl on wrapper J. 11. ZJ:iI.IN As CO.. Philadelphia. Pa. PERSONAL. Congressman Paynter has arrived at Washington City. Mr. Elbert Pangburn spent a few days in Ripley the past week. Mr. J. L. Patton was a passenger on No. 4 last night, to Huntington. , Miss Watkins, of Owensboro, is vis iting Miss Mamie Scott, of Mayslick. Fred Frank, tho base-ballist of Cat- lettsburg, spent Sunday hero with friends. Mrs. W. Eees Dobyns and children have returned home after a visit to Mrs. Hal. Gray. Mr. J. C. Knapp, advanco agent of Hi. Henry's Minstrels, called on tho Bul letin Saturday. ' Cincinnati Enquirer: "S. N. Meyer and wife, leading citizens of Maysville, Ky., are at the Oxford." Mr. E. A. Robinson, the cigarist, left last night for a business tour of West Virginia and portions of Virginia. Mr. Wylio E. Sholton, of Fern Leaf, left on tho Silver Wave Saturday to visit friends and relatives in Manchester and Rome. Messrs John B. Holton and William II. Robb returned Saturday from Joplin, Mo., whore thoy had spent a week or so on business. Mr. Wm. Rudy and son John, of Bellevue, who had been spending a few days hero with relatives, loft for their home yesterday afternoon. Colonel Church and Mr. Walter Scott, of Pittsburg, left for homo Sunday afternoon after spending a fow days as guests of Miss Mamie Scott, of Mayslick. Dr. Archibald Church and wife, of Chicago, loft for their homo yesterday afternoon after spending a few days in the county with Mrs. Church's mother and other relatives. AN UNCANNY PHOTOGRAPH. A Nowly Wedded Couple Picture Marred by a Ghostly Intruder. Tho people of Elma, a bustling, live ly town in tho upper part of Chohalis county, aro mystified over a photo graph. Last Tuesday afternoon Major Rogors and wifo entered the gallery of H. B. Morriweathor of hat city and had thoir pictures taken. On removing tho plato tho artist noticed that the pio turo was not porfeot, and throwing tho plato into tho bath took another, which was n very good likenoss of tho old ma jor and his brido. Thoy have been mar riod less than threo months and aro each on tho shady sido of GO. Mrs. Rogers called Woduesday for a proof and oxpressed a desiro to seo tho first plato. On holding tho plato up to tho light tho photographer saw threo figures, ono a man appearing hotwoon tho major and Mrs. Rogors. Handing it to tho lady, sho glanced at it and wont into hysterics, oxolaiming, "It is " (her first husband). Sho bogged tho artist to say nothing about it, as it would scaro tho major to death, but in somo way tho matter became known and soon spread ovor tho town, nearly overy ono calling at tho ofllco to seo tho nogativo. Mr. Merriweathor claims tho plato was taken from a now box aud had not beou o'xposed. Mrs. Rogers, it is said, is a medium of uoto. Sho is from tho oast and has livod in Elma about two months. Tho figuro is distinct, both in form and foa turo, nnd stands out apparently ahead of tho mnjor and Mrs. Rogors. Aber deen (Wash.) Cor. Portland Orogbniau. Nobody Punished. John Traynor, who killed Distiller Ike Davidson and badly wounded Low Sharpo in tho tragedy enacted in front of tho Loland Hotel, Loxingtou, several weeks ago, was acquitted Saturday evening by a jury who had heard his caso boforo Judge Bullock. This gives freedom to all threo of tho mon implicated in tho tragedy, and no ono will bo punished. CLOAKS! m CLOAKS! GOLF CAPES, in all the new Scotch mixtures, Cheviots and Tweeds, with or without Hoods, all sizes, . . . $8, $10, $12 and $15 VELVET and PLUSH CLOAKS, single and double ef fects, beautifully trimmed in Fur and Jet; also plain black Cloth Capes in Melton, suitable for mourning, sizes 34 to 42, $7 50 to $20 PRINCE ALBERT COATS, Tailor-made, latest styles, Double-breasted, tight-fitting, very full sleeves and wide skirt, all colors and materials, sizes 32 to 42, $8 50 to S25 Fur Cape Specialties : SIBERIAN LYNX SWEEP CAPES, finest quality, 30 inches long, storm collar and Satin lined, . . . $10 to $40 FULL SWEEP MOIRE ASTRAKHAN CAPES, very fine quality, 30 inches long, handsome collar, heavy Satin Lining, $12 50 to $25 HANDSOME CIRCULAR CAPES of French, Electric or Canada Seal, plain or Alaska Sable Collar, extra well made, with heavy Satin lining, 27 and 30 inches long, all sizes, $15 to $35 BE SURE TO SEE OUR LINE BEFORE PURCHASING. D. HUNT & SON. Our Low Prices STILL IN THE LEAD. All Wool Carpets 45c. per yard ; Smyrna Rugs, $2.13, worth $3.50 ; best Gingham, 5c. a yard ; all Stamped Goods nt reduced prices this week ; best 25c. underwear in tho city; all wool Scar lot Blankets, $2.25 per pair; special prices on i Ribbons: No. 5 Satin, 5c; No. 9 Satin, 10 cts. We Sell tie F ii Bee Ms 2FO:E3 boys. For Our Holiday Display December 4. .YOURS, FOR BARGAINS,. PAULHOEFLICH&Bro LIGHTNING CURES Colic, Cramps, DlarrHoaa. Flux, Cholera Morbus, Nausea, Changes of Water, Etc. HOT DROPS HEALS Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Scratches, Bites of Animals and Bugs, Etc. Tastes Good. Smells Good. BREAKS UP A COLD. Sold Everywhere-25 and 50c per Bottle. No Relief, No Pay. 50c size contains two and one half times as much as ijc bottle. HERB MEDICINE CO. SPRINQPlPin. n. - - - p vv If at tho loot And wont to rise Advertise! If top of heap You would keep Advertise 1 Where 'er on earth Yourdwclllugplaee, If you would win Success's race-Advertise. Accident ins. tickets. "W. It. Warder. Why Pay Rent When You Can Buy House for $ 250 House for 12 House for G50 House for 850 House, Second St. .,5,000 27 Acres Land... 350 60 Acres Land.., 1,000 100 Acres Land...l,250 Wt Acres Land.2,4C0 07 Acres Lnud.jb700 a Homo So Cheap? House for, $ 350 House for 650 House for 750 Ho U80 for 1,500 House of 16 rooms.,1,600 21 Acres Land... 600 N) Acres Land. ..1,200 100 Acres Land,..7,500 M Acres Land...2,600 CO Acres Land...2,400 Market Street. ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION MAYSVILXK, KY. B0ARDINQAND DAY SCHOOL FOR Y0UNQ LADIES A Rfthnnl n F nTrnllnn t a ri von tuia .... i.. i odnoatlnn in Avnrv rifmnrtmnnt f,i ir 3- K?8Cannir?i.feaZ'W.tf8ht without . "A." "B"i uiui-iiwuk uiuiuou usca in teach Ing those who aro blind. Musical dopartmont undor tho ablo direction of a graduate of a noted 725 JULp."tlomlar8 M t0 trnw and referent SISTERS OFTHE VISITATION, B.V.M., MAYSVILLE KY. RAILROAD SCHEDULE. CINCINNATI DIVISION CHE3AFEAKE AND OHIO. Kr$l ,-YJSfc-jFii MfoiJTE East. 10.00 a. m. 1:38 p. m. No.2o4- si'nnn m' No. 4 8:60 p. m. No. IC No. 2 No. 1H No. 19t.. No. 1.. No. 17.. No. S. . No. 15f., West. 5:30 a.m. 6.07 a. m. 8:59 a.m. 3:69 p.m. - 5.00 p.m. 6n.l1.. 4rktl.. n -. Si ' V V,'I!1,.lcd No-2 arrives at Washsneion at ama: &Y,ota68pf0m,!-.ra-i a,taS!S 5 50pFm.I'lmUed No-3nrrlvcs a' Cincinnati at Washlncton Express No. 4 arrives at Washlne. ton at 2:45p. m.; New York, 9,05 pi m. nasala' 8.05 a, l ,U0 N0, 1 ttrrlves Cincinnati at Pullman sleeping car serviro to Richmond and Old Point Comfortby trains 2 and 4,m ma We)iunWuth.tIUatCiUClnnaU for a" P,n anIdNewporat?d4(l0 ntStP botwcen Maywlllo MAYSVIIXK DIVISION. Southbound. 5:47 a. in. for Paris, Lex- .ustuu, viuuin-iK Men.' """"w,-f iagiou, Cincin'ti, Rich '.. .,..., ' rnond.Stanford.Llviug- ston ston.jomcp, Mlddlesborough, Cumberland Gari ?rvn.UitefnUri1s!on?1 P,nU H N' points on N.tt. and M. V.-Eastcrn Division. Northbound. Anril2LMa7sv,noat09-50J1' m- Rnd 7:30 p. m All train R riftll V n-rnnnt Quntn r FOR SALE. FOR SALE A framo cottage, lot 33x150 font corner of Wood and Front streets, sixth ward. Apply to Lconldas Williams; ' Y$l fc u. ,?MrA w a toms; this olllco. '&;,to .... LOST. T,nM,n M.M.Wi MM Watch MS" V W.u I t jVW. i jAfr JMXt tfcft-'n wf j. I-LV-e-i!! 'i"jit - V'