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Daily evening bulletin (Maysville, Ky. : 1883) Daily evening bulletin (Maysville, Ky. : 1883) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Rosser & McCarthy Maysville, KY 1885 eve1885032601_sn87060189 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily evening bulletin (Maysville, Ky. : 1883) Daily evening bulletin (Maysville, Ky. : 1883) Rosser & McCarthy Maysville, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL. 4 NO. 100. MAYSVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, MARCH THE VIRGINIA MYSTERY WASHINGTON NEWd. 8. (I. Cox 2G. 1885. PRICE ONE CENT. FOREIGN AFFAIRS. Appointments and Nominations flrent Kxnltemciit In Ktiglund Over AVi Quentlons All the News. to Turkey Political. IN MADISON MISS AND CLUVERIUS liONDON, March 20. Thore Is groat exciteWashington, March 20. At a caucus of THREE YEARS AS A LABORER, SERVANT AND CAR DRIVER, TRACED TO THE RESERVOIR. ment here over tho reports from Constant I republican senators the matter of providing IF noplo to tho effect that the porte lias asked places for their committee clerks during tho Undoubtedly in Her Company There. recess of congress was the principal question Itomnntio Experience of "Pldnoy" Iluin-- the advice of Bismarck in regard to tk alliance ngainst England discussed. It is understood that tho conferScratched Uandt Microscopic Search moiul, of Canton A Gay Girl Quel The war ofllco is besieged with uowspapei ence was called in order that thero might bo "Wrong by Unsexlnglleroclf On Mi for Unman Cuticle The Will Tin men eager to learn tho particulars. No i somo goneral understanding by tho majority Child MurdercM. MoaIi Arretted In Chicago. formation of a reliable character Ls forthsenate should how far tho as to coming. Tho general fooling is that in spite go in creating such places. Tho controversy submitted Chicago, March 20. In tho Desplainca of Assurances of tho government that war Richmond, Va,, March 20. When Thomas is based ution a resolution recently J. Cluverius is put upon trial for tho murder by Mr. Sherman, proposiug to rescind bo Street station is a girl of sixteen who has between Russia and England is Inovitnbto, masqueraded as a boy for three years. Sho and overy ono knows once such i of Fanulo Lillian Madison, as tho coroner's much of all resolutions passed siueo March ns to contemplate tho employment of "spewill bo hold until her parents, who live near war is begun, that it will mean a bitter conjury decided that he shall bo, tho case 'Unagainst him will depend almost entirely upon cial" clerks during tho congressional Canton, O., on a farm can bo communicated flict, probably of many years duration. vacation. The debate took a wido range, with. Three years ago sho playfully donned likelihood of Turkey having resolved treachcircumstantial ovidonco, unless definite is evldont from what maloattiro. So pleased was tlio girl with ery toward England does not surprise any it shall hereafter and nnd unexpected fact turn up to convict or acquit. The testimony has been gathered on tho subject that con- tho appearance sho presented as a dashing ono, as it is a well known fa't that th o has long been oager to distract tho attenpractically establishes tho fact that he got in siderable foeling was manifested. Tho young man that sho decided to adopt it for extravagance a strcot car with 'ho girl on tlio night of her annual clerks to their tho tlmo being and visit tho exposition then tion of tho people from th aro not having death. The testimony is almost as c'oncl usivo committees but having obtained authority in progress nt Cincinnati. After "doing" tho of tho court, and that notldng could do th. ' that a young man and a young girl who got from tho senate to carry them over during exposition sho dotermined to continue the so effectually as war is generally conceded. Tho hugo orders given by tho government oir a street car of the same line within a tho vncation poriod, naturally opposed comedy and see the world. quarter of a mil e of the reservoir were Clu- Mr. Sherman's proposition nud somo of Her first experience was at tho town of for supplies and munitions of war aro reto state Marion, Ohio, a station on tho Chicago nnd garded as positlvo evidence that tho governas so verius and Fannio wont Madison, and that them far ..3133 TTS7J3D. Vnnltln. Lemon, Orniigc. etc.. flavor Cokcu, this was within a short timo of the that if this resolution was passed, thoy would Atlantic railroad. Hero sho served in tho ment is preparing for a groat conllicL Orcnma,Iiic1illnu.l:c..uo delicately nnd capacity of a day laborer, where sho mixed the Not KxiiRcernted. IVumitlilcli they lire made, motnont that tha girl was thrown orl insist on rovislon of the entire committee with othor, companions and to all appearanThere--' list of tho senate. "Without reaching a point FOU STRENGTH AND TRUE FRUIT throw horsolf into its icy water. London, March 20. Tho feeling of alnria ces enacted tho role of a d son was at least a motlvo to Cluverius for mur- - of action on Mr. Sherman's resolution, tlio of toil. This sort of FLAVOR THEY STAND ALONE. recreation, however, in ministerial circles at tho prospoct ot a alliance can hardly bo oxag der in that ho had certainly betrayed tho subject was deferred. It is stated that tho ceased to bo an amusement in timo, and sho PRtPARIO BY THE general understanding was renched in tho girl, that sho was about to become sorvice Price Baking Powder Co., that ho was engaged to bo married atomothor,' j caucus that all pending treaties should be an retired from tho Canton. of tho contractor gerated. Lord Granville, aminister of foreign had special nirairs, nnoth-to Chlcogo, III. st. Louis, Mo. intimation of tho understanding to take up and journeyed she secured employment nt a interview with both Musurns Pasha, titKim of At that point er lady, and that Miss Madison very proba-- I the remaining treatios. dairy farm in tho vicinity nnd for n year did Turkish minister and Tohnl Pasha, stwcmU Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder bly threatened exposure and tho vengeance chores about the place, milking tho cows and envoy of the Turkish government to Eng'of her relatives. Appointments. caring for the stock. Sho nlso swung tho land. The consequence of tho critical turn Hut in tho opinion of every one who has Washington, March Dr. Trice's LnpuUn Yeast Gems, read the testimony, thero is certainly now number of nominations 20. Among the great cytho, nnd during harvest is said to have led which tho Afghan question has taken, socur-- ' for postmasters sent iticsof all descriptions aro weak. Cousok ' licit Dry nop Tenit. no reasonable doubt of Cluverius' guilt, nnd, to tho senate by tlio president were the fol all the rest in following in tho wnko of tho are falling rapidly, and aro quoted at W)i. in any event, the trial must be among the lowing: Wm. A. Wortham, Sulphur Springs, mower. During tho dull season sho was This is a drop per cent, within an hour, WK MAKE BUT ONE QUALITY. must memorable in tho criminal annals of Tex. ; Robert O. Dentou, Gainesville, Tex. ; placed in charge of a milk wagon and drove and is looked of upon as conclusive ovideuc country. If tho body is disinterred, Henry C. Cassidy, a route in Canton. this Youngstown, O.; news of tho gravest character may bn Ono of her customers' daughters became that nnd it is found, under tho microhcope, tltat Henry D. Beach, Coshocton, O.; Wil Mft. Wl .M- - made public at any moment. pieces of human cuticle are under her lis O. Ureencastle, lnd.; Bor- ardently smitten with a tender passion for Nell, if it is found, as is now charged, tha den South Bend, lnd.; J. tho haudbomo boy. Perceiving this, nud Listen, Cleveland's Wisdom. to avoid what must have resulted in tha back of Cluvorius' hand shows marl.s of Knoxhall, Toulon, 111.; Thomas J. Bunn, London, March 20. Tho Pall Mall GazetU a perplexing contretemps, tho "handsome publishes a statement by Mr. Lowell in which wrateb.es, the microscope might yet convict Bloomlngton, III.; M O. Cunningham, boy" gave over his job, and last December he him, and at least bond him to prison for life. 111. ; Qeorgo W. Cate, Stevens Point, bays that Mr. Cleveland would bo tho last 1 itrrriNv Tho excitement in tho city has now spread Wis.; David O. Irwin, Lake City, Minn.; J. mado her advent into Chicago. Hero sho man to mako on inconsiderate o appointment nil over the stato. All Virginia is watching M. Donrmond, Davenport, la.; M. M. Ham, obtained employent at the shops of tho West to any olllce, especially that of London. tho progress of ovents in this envj. Dubuque, la. ; Joseph Lander, State Center, Division milny company, nnd during tho He says Mr. Phelps is a man of high charbitter weather of lost winter was found to be acter, high inde)cudencu and most agreeable Coroner Taylor oxtonded an invitation to Iown. a valuablo acquisition to tho force. Cluverius to mako n statement buforo the tcclal qualities, and the change was unI'liclpK 1'rppnrliiK to I.eiiTO. Her duties, though of a subordinate char- avoidable. Botli countries aro to Iki J.iry, but hu declined the proposition by tho New Yohic, March 20. Edward J. Phelps, acter, buch as leading tho horses to wntor, ulated on Mr. Cleveland's wisdom. congratadvice of his counsel. Tho examination of Cluverius Iwforo tho tho now minister to England, loft tho etc., wore dischurged with strict fidelity, of President McCullough in the St. and by her faithfulness, olice court will tnko pluee on tho SOtb iust. industry, The Ouuaril .March. Now sobriety nnd to business, nttention lie lias secured tho borvices of eminent Catharino Hate and wont to Suakih, March 20. A largo convoy, carlecturing duties attracted tho notico of Superintendent rying stores and provisions to General fulfill Haven to counsel. IDII 1 1 HI -- THE 1 as a memltor of the Yalo faculty, Lake. When All sorts of theories continue to bo attending night school McNeill at Hashau Zereba, has lett Suakim, in referonco to the murder of Mts no tho ught thut it would bo impossible for at the Athenium Superintendent Franklin Iho advance convoy being ri watched BEST TONIC. Madison. There aro many people from the him to leave this country undiJr three weeks, bUSected her sex nnd quietly instituted in- by the members of tho signal corps from This medicine, combining Iron with pnr luive and it was not unlikoly that a longer tune quiries, tho results of which wero to confirm neighborhood of CluveriuV home who captive balloon. Should nn attack in Vcirotablo tonic, quickly nnd comploUly known from infancy Thomas . I udson Cluver- would elapse beforo ho could settle up his his suspicions. Franklin thereupon showed force bo mado by rebels on tho trnnsjwrt Cures I)vnim'hIii. IiidlKentlon, WenktiCHn, ius. From somo of them it Ls learned that a many engagements and bail for his post at hiin a letter addressed to Mrs. L. Hammond column notico "ill be signalled from tho balImpure Mood, .Muhiriu,Chllln and revere, mid Nciirnlnlii. few years ago Samuel nnd watched its effect upon her. Tho latter loon ami additional troops hurried to thorcn-:ua well-- t vJu tho court of St. James. It Is nn untilllng remedy for Diocatciof tha admitted that it was uot for her, but exhiblanner of King and Qucm county and nu Kidneys nnd l.lvrr. DLicjims b'piiHte. peculiar U ited such apparent nervousness that Mr. uncle of Cluverius, made a d juatioti of It Is Inrnluithtu for Women, nnd till who lend sedentary Htci. to a well known educatiomil institution Washington, Mnrch 20. The senate wm Franklin was well convinced that Sidnoy Advlfi) Asked. It docs not Injuro the teeth, cnuehciulnclio.or f this city. Tho romaindT of his ostate li called to order and James H. Berry, of Ar- Hammond, the nnmo by which sho was London, March 20 It lias been definitely prodnco constipation vthT Iron tnccilctnta de. known, was a female. .elt to Ids wife at whose bouse ly'luvorlun was kansas, elected United States senator to It enriches nnd purifies the blood, ttlmulatci ascertained that the porta asked Princo "Bisthonprtetltc.nMs the assimilation of food, reby the olllcur ound mid Mr. Garland, was sworn and took his arrested Franklin at once conferred with Cnpt. marck for advico concerning the advisability lieves Heartburn nnd Hclehliic, und rtrongtu. Bon fluid and as a result of tho interview .Sid- Df an alliance lietwucu Turkey nnd Russia trom this city At the death o teat. ens the muscles nnd nerves. Mrs. Tnnstall the estate was to bo dlvi I On motion of Mr. Miller (Cal.) tho doors ney was taken to the Desplnines street station, igaiust England. For Intermittent 1'overs, Lassitude, Lak ! Energy, Ac, It hns no equal. wero closed and tho senate went into execu- whore all doubt was dissipated by the acjiiptwoen Thomas .T. Cluverius and ill The genuine hns nlovo trade murk nnd Fanny Lillian Madison. In tho event of t! tive session nnd continued tho consideration knowledgment that "ho" was not what "ho" Down They Go. crossed red lines on wrapper. Tnko no other Of the Weil-Ltenth of one or the othsr of the.se parties th Abra treaty. seemed, but a girl While boarding on London, March 20. Tho Tension between BU.oulr'ir i.rnw.smrmrAI. iq.ihitiioiiii,M Western nvenuu she roomed with a loy of Russia and England is increasing. Consols nr survivor was to inherit tho wholo estate. A .ttlTCUKI.Ij, Democrat Dlmnnycd. Mrs. Tunstall, tlio aunt of Cluverius, is about her own age, sixteen, but he suspects and Russian securities ono per cent, d in llfo. Cluverius, a mo'nber of her Columbus, Mnrch 20 Tho supreme court nothing wrong oveu.nt tho present tlmo. lower. Muu.ulnctuiernf Inmily, hoeing ago gradually but surely mak- nas declared Allen O Myers' Kipper bill unDEAD MAN'S DISGRACE. EMBRACED B"Y A LONATIC. It was designed to reorgnn-Izing inroads upra un otherwiw notstiong constitutional. CONFECTIONERY, E PURE A Columbus on u democratic basis. nnd loing a lawyer by profession trume, the democratic court knocked it out, much to tho An AndltliiK Committee Find That the Amuslnr; Adventure of n Militia Capiat 'md knowing tho deluy nh'l cmls Party ls Deceased. Fresh every day. All kinds of Cream Can- hotiue.sU of Lis uncle might bo mbjjctol dismny of tlio democratic legislators, who With a Cruzy Woman. dles ramie to older nnd sent In one and two Philadelphia, March 20. A largo ami Macon, Ga., March 20. Whllo tho Putthought tha best, surxt favored it so enthusiastically. to, pjrliajH pound boxes. Fruits of all kinds. most successful swindling operation nnd most profitable way out of this dHmma way to Now Van Huron's Niece. this evening to tlio board of directors nam Riilos, who were on theirtrain to leave TltN. .1. II. I'APDIX'H, would lx to murder the coheir of his uucKt's KiNnEtuiooK, N. Y,, March 2 . Among of the William Penn saving nnd loan associ Orleans, wero waiting for their amusement to fstntv, thereby doubling his ostnto and at thu tho ation of Norristown, Pa., by tho auditing incident occurred which I.much vaino time getting r!d of the woman who tho numerous applicants for II. Adams walked committee consisting of N. H. La Senium, tho spectators, dipt of this village is a niece of u ood between him and his uUluucoJ. If this Van Buron, whoso remains rest in Thos. S. Ames and D. J. Meather, who were Into the ladies waiting room to speak to io tho correct inter pretation of Samuel tho cemotery only a short distance from this appointed two weeks ngo to ho center ot the audit tho ac- friend. Just in reached the Liiustall's will, it is uot unreasonable to uor the tho secretary, Samuel D. Delp, room a lady hurriedly left her seat him 011 counts of Ureases cut and mado In tho latest stylos nt upposa tliat a desire for more money place. tire, and running up to him, patted now dead. reasonable prices. Hecond street, next door prompted the crimo. ootli checks, pulled at his plunio uud twirled n2dt)ra Cox Koinlunted for Turkey. to Bank of Alaysvllle. Tho audit showed that tho Ixxiks wore well Washington, March 20. Tho president kept, and that apparently tho association uas tho buttons on his coat. "My," sho said, "What n pm'ty iimu you THE CHILD MURDERESS. jTACOB MNJV, has nominated S. S. Cox to be minister to in a nourishing condition. But an examinano! What a pretty tail on yur hemi1 Turkey. tion of the assets disposod tho fact as was Where did you got your pretty clothes: Wl.j of the BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Horrible Details IlarretUDeutli of Mulvillc stated in tho report of tho committee that iidn'tyou toll ma you wero coining 1" IN COWBOY STYLE. tho secretary, tho only officer of tho associaNever haviug seen tho lady bolore, tht VrnaVi hrMrl MHM lit a LiuuMultv TflV Richmond, Va., March 20. A dispatch tion implicated, in conjunction with parties nptiun's amazement inuy bo imagined, 11 weddings furnished from hero somo days ago gavo an account of Illicit Distillers In (Scoi-glUefjrliiK the and cakes. Parties nud in Philadelphia, had obtained loans for largo on snort, nonce. n about to suggest thnt sho was mlsta'. tho cold blooded murder of Molville Barrett, lteveiiue Ofllclnln. amounts, offering properties as security BBecondst.. may.Hdly MAYHVILLB.KT a boy of Boven years old, by his cousin, Mary thinking sho know him, when a Raleiga, N. C, March 20. A bad state which thoy did not own, and for which loan, tnlked up aud drew tho lady uway. ..11. Cooper, a girl of eight. The scene of tho of affairs prevail at Highlands, Macon counTjlRANK It. IIAITC1KK, tho money was obtained, either no after nscsnzy, and was being taken to the luna.i crime was near Scottevillo in Alborinarlo ty, Ga. Disorderly jxoplo ride through tho mortgage was given, or, if given, was decounty. Tho boy's dead body was found in town discharging lire arms in regular cowi) lum at Milledgovllle. Sign ant! House, frayed by tho conspiring parties. in outhouse and it was suspected that tho boy Btylo. They havo established illicit There wero at least a dozen of these mortON THE "WAR PATH. Coopor girl was tho murdoross. Tho state region about Highlnn ds. in ORNAMENTAL PAINTER. ment supporting that theory, made by a llttlo Tho Unitedtho wilddeputy collector and posso gages, aggregating $28,401. ThLs plundering States been carried on for seven years, and dur- to, the 1'oor Indian Spreading Dovastatlos swswr of tho young murdoress. niadoarmstiof a number of ringleaders ami had ing all that time the defalcations havo esin the West. jvho claimed to havo wltnossed the crime, was Shop a few doom nbove Yancey A Alexandtook them to Hlghlnuds. caped tho scenting of fourteen auditing comer's livery stnblo, second street. dtf lot generally bolIovoJ. PlEimK, Dak., March 20. Indlaus are at While at tho hotel a mob of mounted men mittees. Delp was a prominent member of (ho on tho Winnobugo reservation. Shocks lnted to David rodo into town and uttacked tho deputy marCircumstantial evidence Baptist church, and for this reason tho offi- work buildings aro being burned all along T ANK A WOltlUOU. Coojicr, an uncle of tho dead i'j with whom shal. They were repulsed by tho lweuuo and cers nnd btocisholders of tho association, both of tho children lived, a tho murderer, men who killed ono of thom, William Ram-to- many of whom mo members of tho same Chappello creek and tlio fives of tho settlers threatened. Major Swan telegraphed to and he was committed to jail in Albermarle. and badly wouuded two others. The athim, so aro implicit ARCHITECTS and BUILDERS. Tho two Coopor girls wero to havo been taken tacking party scattered in all directions. Tho church, placedsince last confidence in the time Pierre for aid, and a sheriff's jxjsso, Novemlwr much bo that has gono dowu to tho sceno of the to tho court house to testify before tho grand citizens uotiliod Governor Scales of tho conns secretary ho had not trouble, of his Plans nml specifications furnished on reas- jury. ho has ordered Solicitor entered uny bocuritlos. dition of nirairs nnd Ho left no estate. onable terms ami all work satisfactorily nnd Clarence Hinkloy dofonded his houso at In talking with several parties Mary Gonoral Ferguson and Adjutant General Olllce ,Tho association will bo able to pay twonty-flv- o fromptly done. Sutton. on Third streot, iu girl, acknowl- Johnston Jones to go to Highlands and thorCoojier, tho nnd per cent, of tho present worth of the the peril of his llfo, and bucccodedwill driving immeedged that sho killed tho boy, saying tho boy oughly investigate tho entire matter, and if tho savages off temporarily, but is thirty er cent, of the 11101103 shares, which TIEKHOWKIt V CO., diately havo to loave. Trouble is browing ate her egg which n lion had laid on tho bod; necessary, to uso troop3, which aro at e usually invested by each shareholder. D Buffalo Ghost all over tho reservation. that she and her sister cisuadcd him to get Manufucturors of nud Dealers in and Waynesvillo roady for duty. all was once secretary of tho Schuylkill ringleaders in In a chair ostensibly to put up a swing; that Mutual Hie insurance company, and tlu Spirit and Lamo Knee aro tho when tho rojw had beon attached to tho cellAh Impertinent. is bhort between $1,TO0 nnd $1,100, tho insurrection. company ing of the cabin, sho ruado a loop Into which PoitTLANP, Ore., March 20. A tralii load owing to his speculatious. J. P. leaver, S. Cluciuuati Democracy. Tinware, Hlonewnre, Woodonwnre. Ac Tin ho was made to put his head; that then thoy of work horses, consisting of ten cars, lias L. Butzand Beuj. May, who have indorsed Rooting, Cluttering, Hpoutlnf nud Htove Ke- - knocked tho chair from uudcr him nnd left Walla Walla for Chicago. This is tho Cincinnati, O., March 20. Tho following notes for Delph, are also out of pocket. a specialty. No. S!, ticket has been nominated by tho democrats Salrs old stand, Maysvllle, Market Htreet, Ky, myldly struck him soveral sovoro blows over tho first bhipuu'iit of the sort over mado across of this city: Mayor, Geo. Gnrko; city solics the continent. Tlio freight mto is 230 a car head with a shovel. Her confession MUCH WHISKY. TOO itor, J. M. Dawson; city treasurer, Georgo IMMON'fs substantially with the statommts of und it is bcllovoJ urraugoments uvo making her sister from tho outset. Tho fact had al- for twenty car loads of cattle as an experi Meeting or thf Weterii DIhUIIoih' Kxpor' Heraucort; board of public works, M. J. Ryan; city pi osecutor, Jordan Thomas; ready been developed that tho boy Mas en- ment from tho Walla Walla country to AcMii'lHtlon. Weil-Wate- r. J.W.Fitzgerald; Infirmary ditirely under tho control of tho elder of the Chicago. March 2il. Tho Western dis- rector, John P. Scully; wharf master, JereCincinnati, girls, and that she had been ullowed t,o chas Is represonttxl by tillers' export association A Specific for DYHPXl'STA and Vincent of Another Ittifih for I.undu Use lum w believer sie lelt dispose 1. Both t!u nt tho Grand miah Crouln; justice thotho peace,education, of forty-fivboard of Schwab; members of Tucson, Ailz., March 20. Announcement an ntteuduuco IMMASIM of th KintfUTB. (,irls havo b on taken to jail. Presldeut II. B. Mlllor, of South has been made that tho forfeited lands of the hotel. nnd Secretary Georgo Gibson, of Chi- at largo, Chas. N. Daueuhowoi , Stephen P beon used with most Kratltylns 1 n.ille railroad wore opened to entry. Bend, Sands David I. Johnson and Edward Ruiiau. HAH In many obRtlnnto easos Prof, V, A Ilrenk In tlio I.Inc. Texas cago, aro present. Georgo K. Duckworth W.oinrk.profpssor of Chemistry at the riTTSiiuno, March 20. At a late hour n This etiiuod a great rush to tho United States Bald: of Cincinnati says tills water 'belong lie Will Contest 11 U Siilspiuishin. to the same class with that of tho Alleghany report waa received from tho fourth bolto laud olllce. Tho olllcors havo all thoy cau do "Tho object of this meeting is to reduco Di:a Moines, la., March 20. In the conBprlugs, ol Virginia," tlio medicinal virtues tho effect that nearly flvo hundred men went to make cntrlc3. Thousands of ncres will be still further nt least twenty per cent. There's of which are too woll known to bo stated here. in at tho reduction. This is tho first break reclaimed. troversy between tho governor of Iowa and too much whisky." Thoso who desire to try this famous water in tho hitherto tolid lino of tho strikers, and Auditor Brown, whom the govornoi aro referred to Captain (J. W. Boyd. Lovnnna Another member said: "The virplus In State Grunt KcstlcsH, for cause, the attorney general Ohio; Captnlu C. M. Holloway, Cincinnati, it is thought that, if true, others will follow. , Cincinnati and Chicago Is about exhausted, has businded given au olllciul opinion that March 20. Geueial Grant h state has Ohio; J. J.ltalpe, Cincinnati, Ohio. For salo Tho railroad minors arp still firm in thoii somo of t'ao idlo distillers want to start of tho In half barrels and jugs by er. ii'atlcss but slept bouudly torbovoral nnd longer stato auditor, but that is staud for tho three cent rates and assert that UUH. &IMMONB, Proprietor, This is a meeting of tho running houses Brown no tho governor's npjiointoQ U thoy will stick out all summer if tho oionv hours und uto a light broakfusl. Ho then sat up. Mr. Cottlll, m23dfcwtf Aberdeen. Ohio. will probably ngreo to an increased tors refuse to concedo to their demands. Tin in an mm chair und dozed fcoveral hours. II only. It Brown will now tost Cottill's title to the IT. latter urc equally determined uot to ic; SMITH'S KIDNEY TONIC-T- RY buffers as ninth lrom exhaustion as auythiuo production. olllco by quo warranto proceedings. NO POISON THE PASTRY AN OHIO GIRL IN PANTS Turco-Russla- n 1 but-ta- n wn-ato- re EXIRftQTS fi-u- nut-nrnlly- horny-hande- llusso-Turkis- h AND I , . Unger-nrill- a; Mat-too- n, rosl-ilcn- ? clo-e- ly & I Tuu-stal- l, o. 3J,-n- racs-cce- d I a I. fi one-hal- f I o HOME-MAD- wasro-veale- d Mfgss 3T.la.ioxiL.Tolo I JM&k&Fi 11 - .11 111 iis ld Contractors, y, well-arme- d, I eight-year-ol- d Ash-vlll- Stoves, Mantels, Grates correj-pond- s Medicated o Unl-vorsl- ty Nku-Yohk- THE DAILY BULLETIN, TIIUiWDAY. Colon ki, M AUCII 2(5, 18S5. h a. SULLIVAN PLAYS BASE BALL. rt lint Intu In Short Orditr. Pitrx.AJiKi.iiUA, March 'JO. Tho flrtt base ball game ot thts season was playo.1 In Falr-inouSullivan was tho pitcher. park. Thoro wore not niuu players on a side and tho Dumber of tunings was not limited. The players wore John L. Sullivan. Putsoy Shi-pan- l, Prof. Nixoy, Tommy Hague, Sullivan's friend from Uodon; Louis Ren., John Deuu Costlgau and Johny Kiley, boxers; Johuny Clark and two or three others. The Iwxt was spilntoro 1 Into ptactu In two minutes nftor Sullivan pieced It up. Tlio .l base. sramo was what Is called Wheu tha gaum was KURgostod hi Sullivan's room thero wore at toast 500 nion and lioys rlown stuirs wailing patiently to soo tho lutmpiou. In order to avoid tho crowd .vciiz got a big covered wngou and a little old horse. Tuo ball player slipwd out tho buck way aud got into tho wagon, but thoy did not outwit tlu crowd, who lushed ioll tiii'll around tuo nvir of tho hotel. When tho agon s.arted a hundred men aud boys followed. Alter n chain of a milo tho crowd gave up an I tunie 1 bn.!c. MeCafTroy walked aud oxerclsoi with dumb-Iwll-s. jiatoja ..i-.Both bo and Sullivau complain that crowds interfere with thoir walking. Hie Champion .Splint! Tjtli-Iilck- Latest limitation Now FINANCIALANDJJOMMERCIA... of tho Stock. Produo . and Cuttle Slurkut-s- . -- ut Haut Giiison catulldato the State Senate in Fuvcttu. Tiik venerable David Meriwether is spain a candidate for tho Legislature in .Jefferson. Tnn trouble between the locomotive d angincors and tho Missouii Pacific amicably arranged. lias been rail-roa- Mc-Ue- o, Vohk. Murcli 2. Jlono.y i per coat. Kxclmii;e quiet, (loveninieuw llrm. Morris A lCssex . . . 120 J A1L& IViieilniito il laa't Mwsouil 1'nuiilo . . ViW liur. & (juinuy . .17 'i, K. V. & Krto UmiMiu I'aeiae UuiiulJ Hotiiueru Ul'i N. V. Oiitral .. . HI mu, l Northwoiiera Central Llwiliu SuV2 l'aclflo Mnll UlUoago & Alton ..j: Hock iHluiid 81 1I4'4 C, C..O.&I I0J4 7 St. Paul Del & Hudson iiyl Bt 1. & S. 0, IM.. Laclr. & W Wi do prefered .... s UllnoLs Uentral ....1VI;4 ... 11H JwMuy Central .... 41 U. Faclllo. 175i Texas Kansas 7)i Wert. Union Lake Shorn... . LuiiUTUIoANiuh.. 8IJX Nailu & Olmtt .... i . H- A Clear Skin part Every lady may have it ; at least, what looks like it. Magnolia "Balm both freshens and is a LWDDBff&im 116 is only a part of beauty; Main HI., Cincinnati, O, but it PIANOS! beautifies. biuglo-liando- (ouerml. CiitotNKATi, March 25, KLOUR Kancy, 4.s:.; ramlly. $1 41.80. WIlKAT-.No.2r- wJ, S.S7o; No 8. 7S,lJo. COKN No 2 mixed, K'iirftS'iO; No. t whlt, 40o. ltYE-NUAHLEY-9prl:- iff, TOKK-Kau- uly, Cloverporf, has keen recommended by the Attorney General for United Stateu Marshal of Kentucky. (Sons, of Captain A. J. fi.t3 I MAY8VILLE o. t, ft5o. Skvk.v dollars is the railroad rate this week from Cincinnati to New York and it is predicted by railroad men that by next Saturday it will bo $1. STWMoi fall, 78rtl80o. Sli.31 , tfdi.fl i; reular, SU.MVi ROLLER fHilM Corner Sooond and Wall Sts. Opon HENRY F. MILLER, Hardman, Morning, Afternoon and Evoning. Gabler, R. Wurlizer & Bro. 12.7S. UACON-flhouMws. 77..jc. Hon. Jacoii TnoJir.so.v, Secretary of tho Interior under 1'resident Hucluman, died Monday afternoon at his tesidunco in Ucmnliis, 3 car. lie was in bis sevonty-Uftl- i Bknator Lama r has decided to appoint a commission to investigate tlie workings of the Interior Dupartmcut with a view to and tho work and force. II. W. Bkcciikk siid to a repoiter of the Birmingham Aire, that he was in faTor of a Southern man for President in 183S, and Hpoko of Secretary Lamar as the roan for the honor. IvKY. 3l.tlllltUUl V,IIIII1UI1CV. Batavia, N. Y., March 'JO. Chnrlos II. toward, real estate speculator, niodo an horo a wook ago. Tho v:llngo has ' It is said that Hon. George II. Pendle- ton bad bis choice of tho Foreign Missions and chose Berlin. He completed his education in Germany and speaks tho language of that country fluently. . en greatly astonished over tho develop-tout- s n.i to hl.s manner of doing business, editors, rnnuy of whom woro widows or jV young mou who hud placed all thoir viugs in his hands, bolioving him to b? vo responsible tlian tho banks, havo in great numbers, and ino-- t of them d lose every dollar they loaned him. Howl's troublus havo wcigtied so heavily on lilr .nd that ho has been placed in tlio Jliill'ul Though sonio of his inde..me asylum. nt creditor.! are disposed to I -- Hove thl-- t i uy move to avoid crimiiul pioocucjoii iijhcnvic.it loser by Howard'. transaction il bo Major II. J. Glowacki, who was u. inted with hinsin tho coal umlluuili-i.ness- . Tho assigunicuti of Howard i All . and Henry J. Glowacki were tiled. owacki took no active interest iu tho busi s und trusted implicitly iu Howard. iV 4e CHKK8E Prime to cho.ee Ohio, 9iJI0' jo; New York, lAMc; N01 thwe.Uorn, 7itJ.N3. POULTHY Fair chlek.iw. jd.30(($4.uO; jirlme, ducks, ?:I.IM. W; Koes. $'S.tiO& ' J4.25cl.60; S.uO jer iloz.. lhu turkeys, l.'o; dreHsed, lipl8J.;c, HAY No. 1 timothy, S!2.5lu, .J.00; No. 2, SI 1.50 12.00; mixed. S10. jll oi; wheal uad rye straw, (fil.oor.ou; ontHstiuw, fe7.uos.oo. Nkvt Yoiik, Murcli 25. WHKAT No. I whlto, 90c; No. 2 red. MIJATOJic. tn'i'iJ'P.io; futures, COHN Mixtl wertern, italic. Oats Western, :m illc. Ilollnln New O11LK.INS, March 2.I. SUUAIt common, l?So; inferior, !lslo: cliolco white clulco yellow, 3;S &J(,o: oft wlitto, $i&4(n short clivr ; sides, BestFLOOR! BestSKATES! (Friday) night, Children's Fanoy Dross Carnival. Ad To-morro- w mission 15 oonts. D. S ORGANS! Peloubet & Co , and Others. Kvery Inslt anient warranted. Low priced and btst terms. MoILHANNEY. 4i R OUKUr IU.NNKT, GJ5 M0I.ASSra-0o- od V5c. !;&& PRACTICAL- - C. np-.tre- d fair, '.MTOHti; prime, 21'I31o; fair, 2.1 ij choice, Ho; ojiUrlt'upd i)rlmo, 6. Chamberlain, Agt., 77 EaM Hecond Ht Dktiioit, March Si. WHEAT 69c; No. a7!4o. 2 No. 3 red, 77c; Michigan 'i, white, soil tod, 1 PLUMBER Gas and Steam Fitter. Hecnud Maysvllle. soft, T01.KDO, (nJo. March 7j;c; No. Mm Stork. m . Tub Democrats of Cincinnati havo nominated Goorgo Gerke, for Mayor; J. M.Dawson, for Solicitor; George for Treasurer, and Michael Hyan, for member of tho Board of Public works. Hcr-ancou- rt, - Tub Lexington Transcript savs : Tiioro truth in the report that seveial companies of the StatojGuards had been is no ordered to hold themselves in readiness for nctivo services, presumably to go to Rowan or Carter Counties. birFirAi.o, March 20. It has jur.t )je irued tliat James O'Hara, who was pen need at Utica on Friday to ouo year b th ouitentinry for aiding in smuggling LutU .jm Canada, hasescapod to Canada. O'Har. ved on tho river bank, and while in custody f a United States marshal, who was taklnj im to prison, requested and obtained loavi o visit his family. While tho olllcor's was occupied by tho prisouor's weeping friends O'Hara jumped through a window of a side room and into his boat and escaped. His caso not boing extradltablo lu rannot bo forced to return. ilf-- n to Cincinnati, M.uuh 2. 0AT1I.K choice buictiLMv, $t.2" jS.nO; tail. ii.2V;".00; common, 52.00 'j .1.0(1; nUiokers uml feeders, tf 1.75 i and calvm, $1. g :.25. (!t.V); IIOUS --Selocttd tmlehers, 5J4 7 ' 'flt.'.M; fair to gooil luiuUiiK, $l.5(54.7il; fair to KOixl HkIH, 51.35 (Hll.W; common, $:i.70ijil.3i; culls, Sl.'MoAM. SHKKP Cointiuui to full-- , oxlto choice, jl 0l.7.i: weathers, 5 l.iin limhs rcmxI, I..V),im, Common, $.'151.25; U '.xkI, 31.31 Ciiiujmio. Mau-- as. HOOS-Fuir ((JI.W, mixiil iiukiun-- , SI.J0(Vl.4."i, climee hy.ivy, yMi-llugt- - T; stiect. J.C'UKLET, Orders piomptly attended to. No. 25 marlG '' Sanitary Plumber, -- 51.50 (15.70. OATTLE KxiHirto, 85..Vj';WO0: oud to cliolca shl'iiiK', $5.4ii(5.70; common to rnlr. 5l.25n5.l0 stuckui-a. id IttiltT.. !.lif - I '" 5 Curley's new system of Honso Drainage and Ventilation. Bath rooms fitted up with not and cold water a specialty. Also a large supply of GAS STEAM FITTER, Iron, Lead and Stone Pipe, Qtobe, Angte and Check Valves, water and Hteatn Uauges, Force and Lift Pumps, Rubber Hose, Chandeliers, Brackets nnd Globe Personal attention given to all work and sat Isfactlon guaranteed. T. J.CDHLEY, Second street, above Market, opposite Omai DodBon's, Mavsvllle, Ky. flSdly VTONK DAVJLTON A HBO., In XtSt A painless, mire snoody euro for llheumatlsm, Ncurnleln, Old 6orcL Jlurns, Bprains, Bcalds, Cuts, rirulsos. bwelllnpi mm t all other bodily pains. Farmers and owner stock reoommendlt as the bent known remedy far cure of Shoulder (Strains, Cracked Heels, Bcratchea, Cba(ef) or OalU, Bjiralnn, Corks, Film In tlio Jro, etc. Mletcartt of Imitation. CHAH. H.AI, LKN, Jr., Bole Prop, and Mai. facturor.OOlce.No.a W.StliHt.,ClnclnBiitl,, XUTFor aaleXy nil Drnidati.'WI ALLEN'fl genuine: original NERVE Sc BONE LINIMENT. kg PtHe. .. pet bottle. Introduced Geo. Marnton Allrn. aM THE CONDENSER. Did you Sup- pose Mustang Liniment only good for horses ? It is for infiamma- tion of all flesh. PIANO M TB first-clas-s. FrcMi, I'ltliy, New Items lliilled Down far tlio Hurried Ileuder. following is given for what it is Tiik Gen. Graham has bis atuitk in worth: "Republicans in Congress ox Corco upon Osman Dlgna until Friday. pect a division of their opponents grow J. W. NorrLs was fatally injured at "V. Vn.. by being struck by a freight ing out of the failure to ' turn tho rascals out,' in which case they promise to coino engine. U10 Tho strike at Wcllston, O., to the support of the President. This ia miners accepting tho reduction to calod,cents lil'ty the policy of Mr. Blaine." per ton. Tlio grocery house of Kniuk of Tun work of reforni goes on. Secre- Bollefontaino, was closoil by creditors. Lianot known. tary Manning lias sunf a circular letter to bilities ami Mr. O'Muinuia, living near Banicvillo, heads of bureaus and chiefs of divisions O., brnl several head of line sheep kllll and in the Treasury department, requesting his Hock badly injured by dog.i. Frnnk Hat Held, son of a prominent merthem to report in writing as soon as pracIda Benson at Bicuinoud, chant, marri-Mticable, whether, in their opinion, tho Ind., to settle a criminal proceeding. force employed in their respective ollices At Versailles, Ind., thiovos htilo all of an be reduced, and to what extent, threo familiiw' meat which was stored in without deti intent to the publie service. Obod WUioii'b smoko house. No clew. Mrs. EliJi Bayh, living near NowIhtu, Ind., while getting siipjier was badly burned, lie 'look the Wrong Seal. and Is now lying in a dying condition. Kiom tlio Detioit Flue A colony of colored families lft Nieholas-villa At oiio of the theatres the other Ky., for hottlunieut in Kiiuis. Tiioy in tn who bad sit between his wife are leadiug pernio of their race hi mat arid daughter left it at the close of an act lor a trip down stairs. When lie returned M. RottfiilHjrg, a jHKldler, of Znnesvillo, ho found a vacant seat two rows back be- 0., was shot in tho head and probably latally tween two women, and dropped into it wounded by a farmer namud Norris, near with the remark : " Ah I was saying Woodhilold. when I went out, It's none of of your T. A. H. Jomvs, shoriff of Lawrence county, pudding what other women wear. Be- 0., was married at Columbus to :diss Aiium- her-necause pome one else makes a fool of da Ktroble, daughter of Col. John .M. Htro-tilby wearing cotton stockings in tho of Ironton. winter it doesn't follow that you must ) Baron Ferdinand Itothschild gavi a do tlio same." "Sir!"camo from both several hundred poor and uuomploytl sides of him at once, ami tho way ho va- loplo. Ho made a bpiech, advising emigracated that seat made the soles of his tion to Canada. boots red hot. William I'tirdy, a farmer living in Asldaud county, wits fatally lujurod in a light with l'hin Bowers near Ladies of the Cabinet. Novv-bur- g, BIe.-ing- Livery and Sale Stable. line of all kinds of vehicles on hand nrsale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by lav, week or month. Largest and best appointed Livery Htable in the west. Prices bp low as any. Best attention to vehicles stored. Telephone connection. No. 40 and 4 west Second Ht.. apUdly MAYHVILLK. KY. A full GOOD INTENT F. L- - TRAYSER, ORGANS. ' Manufacturer and Dealer In PIANOS Front Mtreet, T. l.OWltY. iLL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED , A I'i'i-h- . evon-ing- lf Krom h Washington Lctter.l Mrs. Manning is so far the queen Wee in the new Cabinet. She is a bride, although not a very young woman and brought to Mr. Manning some wealth and a social position. Site is tall, with a slender, graceful flume, lias good features, light luown hair and great and grace of manner. As n thorough society woman, and wholly equal to tho demands of her position, Mrs. Manning will soon be the beat known and most popular of the new coterie. Mrs. Vilas leceived with Mrs. Manning at the Arlington yesterday, and this qtiiot, irr.icolul little woman, who made the acquaintance of society last week while the miest of Mrs. Leber, has won eroat favor already. Mrs. Vilas gos back to Wisconsin in a few days, and will not bring her children on and regularly establish herself in a house until fall. Mrs-Kndicott, wile oi tnu new War Secretary, was also at homo at tho Arlington, aim the visitors lound her to bo a typical Massachusetts woman; a cool, clear headed, energetic Yankee, whoso blood is tho bluest of anv in tho great common- wealth. Mrs. hndicott is tall and sparely anima-million J built, llor leaturesare eiearcutand clC' rided, nud with her dark eyes she Iihb a crown of gray hair that was wound high A mass of Iron ore, weighing many tons, and laid in smooth coiison tlio top of her foil troui an elovator, at Braddo as, Bonn., head. She hud a ploasant welcome and a vigorous handshake for all yestordav, and a fund of quicklv spoken small talk at command. All Massachusetts gathered in her parlors and woro proud to toll one iu asides how tlio Endicott family treo ran generations beyond that of tho Attains family, including the "haughty Hndlcott," British Governor of tl o early colony, nnd known to tlio younger generation through the "Ballad of Southwiek," a favorite declamation at school exercises. Cat-sand- Mrs. Geo. Gilbert, Bryan, Ohio, writes: "Dr. S. D. IIaktman & Co., Columbus, Ohio: I commenced on the fifth bottle of your TERUNA. this morning, and should just as soon minx 01 aoing wunout my meals as without my medicine. I have been doctoring for nbout four years, and kept getting worse all the time and was just giving up in despair when I got one of your books, " The Ills I was in bed at the time. I of Life. read and reread your book nnd felt like trying your medicine. My folk6 thought there was no use in trying unvthing more. I was too far gone, and might as well make up my mind to die. I told them I'KRUXA was the medicine I needed, and I intended to try a bottle. It proved a success in breaking the chilU, and if it lind not done one thing mote, I would have I) itUlicd. Hut it has done more, and I'e I.e another person. Everybody t to hec nit looking tl v all thought I was "n;il!on.aud now my own folks !i iv e much to s.tv for the I'KRUNA as 1 Kcoiiiiin-u1. it to everybody I see. There were Uvo of our neighbors in yesterday inquiring about the PERUNA. I gave the one my book to read; told her to bring it back, . pruec! it very highly. The other got the name of the iu Chicago, lie to send to liU My disease is is n teleginph operator ifow London, Ohio. something similar to M . Moo Ingram's, Dr. Atheas D. Flagg, of Vinceuui's. IikL, though nothing computed to being so bad. has applied ror a divorce from his w'Ju, Mrs. There was a lump mixed on iny collar Ariaiio Fiagg, alleging abandonment aud bone, and it was a long time before it of Umiiwr. looked like opening. The doctor said tic Iloinur Tiuimp-ioiiiostiiiaster of Hartford, would have to lance it in a few days, but He was a musla 0., died aged hovouty-fouI thought I would attend to that myself, ouo of tho eiulie.it of old John brown, and so I put a little fly blixtcr on it nnd it men ou tlio reseVvo. opened; then I put a poultice on and then Tho trial of Jamos D. AIIImhi, idlegol salve, nnd kept the salve on all the time. horse thief, terminated at Couuer.iville, lud., got so bad and spread upon my left tho jury falling to agree, stundln nlao tor Jt hliouldcr, and one plat.o under my left th;' state aud threo tor tho accused. breast. Then there weie two places on At Warn.n, O., a company of piomiuent my head, one near the temple and one citizens decided to build a Vl,lk) opura back of my ear that was just dreadful. Perkins backed the prohouse. No tongue can tell what I sufiercd. 'My ol tho stock. ject by taking head felt so strange sometimes, I thought at I was going crnsy. Since I havo used Another death from measlas Waterloo, ()., Mis. UHaiboth 'laii.T. This the PERUNA (I don't use the salve any in more) my sores healed up right uway. makes t Ik tourth death Irom this the Timer laniily with tho last lew weeks. And oh, what a relief it is to get around A. C. WoimI, manager of the lriuikfort(Ivj'.) without chilling and having to suffer with w . auos.t'd charged by a girl my sores. I feel like letting everybody with an attoinpiotl criiuo, ami held over to know all about it." appear before tlio county court next Katur-daJohn Ferguson, Gallitzln, Pa., writes: " Your Pehuna is a good medicine, and A writ of error was granted by Judge wc sell lots of it. Will you please send nrosham at Chicago iu tho ca.se of Maekin us some more ' Ills of Life with a few aud G allagher, convicteil of electiou frauds, German." just in tiiuo to mivo them from tho oimen-tiarts lady's Opinion. wrlLI. PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIREB A- - VOUTIIINUTON, f OAnnKTT 8. WAI.L, I K. I W011T1IIKGTON ItlayovUie, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, Will practice tn all courts in Mason and adjoining cuu nt leu aud in the Huperlor Court and Court of Appeals. All collections attention. kIvc-i-prom, uovl-M&v- Dealer In l L AW AKI. james 8AI.I.F.K. 11. I cj.AltKNCc L. HAl.i.Ki:, Notary Public. Kximi. Mason Co. CIGARS and TOBACCOS, Teas, Queensware, Glassware. nd Notlonn. nuuuw, JiiKUUM ciiKii jiricu jiiiiii uir iuuuu Corner 01 Fourth and I'lum htteets. "I M. WII.LIAHN, SALLEE ville, Ky. &, SALLEE, Mwyt B3dly ATTORNEYS lit LA TV, Insurance and Real Estate Agents, TOII.V WHKEI.KK, No. 31 Market Street. e, mv.-tlo- n. DENTIST, Fine work In all the departments of Office aud residence White Block, cor(J6dly) ner Third nud Limestone streets. di-tls'r- y. 11 -- 1 I ! . ROLLER SKATES! of the best makes from 60 cents to82.2n. Fruit of all kinds. Trices tho lowest In the city. TK. W. N. nOOKN, Maysvllle, My. e, DENTIST, Ofnoo: Second Htreet, break-tastU- a-- 1 Pk-rtUN- Hiuiltary Engineer. Gas aud Bteara-fltte- i. Dealer In plumber's goods, Pumps, Ho, Brtwer Pipes, Lead and Iron Piping, (Steam and Water tjances. No. tl west Becond street, opposite Oelsel's grocery. apl7dly MAYBVILLE, KY. "plumber, QM AM. A nRKNEI, C B. OLDHAM, OAUI, D. ANOEKHOH, No. 31 Murktt Bt. , nearly opp. Central Hotel, Office Open at all Hour. MA YU V1LLB, KT muylHly.d. DENTIST. 4JJ1I PV1 rKN. NHITIl UHUMO-VAIUC,vt WAKDI.K, , r. anti-slaver- y VltrniiD.Avlrla Innnliliin Mnul ncxB 1NUKU1IIK Bun Men's and boys' Clothlnp made to order in the latest style at reasonable p- Ices. All kinds used orlhe DainloKH extract iou of aplBdly of Clothing cut and fitted. Ba'.lsfaction uuar. tcth. Office on Court Htreet. antecd. Hecond story of tho Zeoh building TTK. HKHI1T V. 1'ltANHLIN, sSdly Market street. rOIIN T. FI.KMINO. - TAILOHS. DENTISTS, ' Yf INSURANCE AGENCY. Ul iibe, German American, of New York, rind Phenlx, of Brooklyn, Also agent for Uluc Lick Water. Office corner of Front and Hut Dentist, Represents the London and Liverpool and apll7dly ouo-thir- d ton streets. Office: Becond Htreet, next door to Hank of Miiysvllle. AMJION, p E3sta-bllsls.ec- din-a- v) EQUITY G-- . 1865. GROCERY PHOTOGRAPHER, Becond street, aplGdly next dooi to Dr. Martin's MAYHVILLK. KY. oiwrn-hnu-- a-- W. y natron Marble, Granite arid Frocstono Yard fruits and Vesetablrsln season. Your fUdH ue rDfiiiootfii'ly sollcltod. Monumental and llnlldlm; Workman. Tabids and Tombstones j Cemetery TVTI.NN ANNA FlIAZAlt, Posts and Hearth Htoues on hund. No. 6 JSrO VBLTY Mo. U,"4V, hoc'illtl hl.,l.Mn GEI8EL, s, j. iauuii:kty'm Mon-nnieu- ts, 1Iwin y. STORE. west Becond street, Maysvlllo. IDapl ly 7 twonty-ilv- o i ra feet, crushiug aud nutantly killing Nicholas bchunnLski aud seriously injuring John Omard, Battle A. Arnold, of Peru, lud., nworo out a warrant ngalust Max Gouter, a urirrioJ man of Madison, Ind., for au umu3iitloiiabl( crime. Gouter was placed uudor 500 boudj to appear hi court. W. T. Martiu. of South Carolina, was robbed of a considerable bum of money at Birmingham, Ala., some time ago. George Bryant, alias Cooper, was convictod of the thof t. Amount stolou, Sl.Oa'J. I A favorite prescription of one of the most noteil and successful nrecintisK in die U. S. (now retired) for tlie cure of Ncrvnim llolilllty, 11 HP Dcalor in r mvKiaioitovoii, Headquarters for The Boss Waltham Watch Htore. All work Becond np'iWly treot, east of Market. RELIABLE SELF CUKE DRY GOODS and NOTIONS. Clocks, Silver Goods, Jewelry ruiuptly aud satisfactorily done. i.ott aXiuifinoil, AVuiiltiietMnnil Ileeiiy. Sail plain f.eal'-i- l envelope J'rcu. Druggists can fill it. Address DR, WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo. I have always on hand a full supply ol Sohool Hooks, aud havo lust received a lurge tiMsirtinont nt new mlllluoiy imods. rjseuts lor postnno receive iree, a cosiiy V ol goods which will von 10 nifiro monov right away than anything elsn in thin world You can buy tho best Outu nnd Clover Need, They also havo the best Mnple Nyrup All, of eltlior sejc, succeed from the first hour Tho broad road to lorluno opens bolero the and thoir Gem linking l'owilcr (with a box of which a Blngor Bowing Maohino will bo wnrkois. absolutely mire. At 0110a address MALTHY, II13NTL1Y A CO., 19 Market Streat GIVEN AWAY) makes thecalce." TRUU & CO., Auxukta, Maine. A PRIZES HLTBY III! il I S THE DAILY' BULLETIN. THURSDAY. MARCH 20, 18C5. Uroflkes-Adnmsoi- i. f HOSSER & MoOAETHYi Publishers aud Proprietor, To Whom To-Da- addrehh Ali, Communications Adrcrtlsononta. An occasion of more than ordinary interest was tho marriage of Miss Bottio P. Adamson, of this city, to Mr. Charles W. Brookes, of St. Louis, Missouri, which event was formally solemnized at the M. E. Church, South, on Wednesday morning. Many were the friends who gath- Hooulnger&Co, -- Arrival of sprint stock. For Halo Through tlokota from Europe. pn the wall, ThedeolHioa la made, Onr town Is to bare A boom In nor trade. If you want to not thorn, Ttao neatont nnd sllokcwt, Tho Huli.ctin route Ih the shortest and qtllokeat. It's chalked H'lft.l W. W. Coin's cirus will oxhibit at LozinKton, May 0th. Tim prico of eggs 16J to 15 cents a ilor.on. to-da- y declined from ator tho Vanceburg and Portsmouth trado this week. Hon. Thomas E. Moa, onoral, is a candidate for the in MtOracken Ooutity. Leisla-tar- e Tn Btentner Mmul 8. ia oxpectcd to Van Rot. Joint Barbour will preach at the First Presbyterian Church this oven-Wi- g at 7:30 o'clock. All are invited. Mb. John llrDBit,ono of our venerable itiiens, was badly hurt by a fall on tho root in Eist Mavsvtllo, yesterday after- aooa. Tub Oarlislo Mercury says it is not probable that tho Farroll eaao will be triad at tho present torm of tho Nicholas Circuit Court. Captain Wash Williamson has decided to build a now Bteamer to take the tho place of the Fashion in the Portsmouth trade. Phhsons who wish to attend tho convention at Vancoburg on tho lBt proximo, can go by the steamer Handy No. 2, a Tuesday, the Hist inst. ered there to witness tho ceremony, and many wero tho kind words spoken of her who was Soon t bo united in fate and fortune with the man of her choice, nnd then to depart for their new home in the West. At 11 o'clock the church organ under tho delicate touch of Mrs. Thornley, breathed forth the sweet symphonies of a wedding march, and as tho soft vesper strains like incenso wore waftqd upward hh if to invoko the smiles of angels on tho blissful scene, there appeared on tho stairway the destined groom with his bride elect, and with slow and measured tread they moved down the aislo and took a position before tho altar, whero they were met by tho Rev. Dr. Henderson, who in n bountiful and impressive, manner administered the marriago rites and pronounced them man and wife. The happy pair prcsentod a beautiful picture as they stood before tho altar, and there, was no unwolcomo shadow to cast a blight o'er tho scone, savothosad thought that she who had now become, the happy bride was about to leave her old home and frionds for a now homo far away. After the ceremony tho newly wed ded couplo wero driven to tho St. Lawrence, which was then lying in waiting at the wharf. They wore followed to tho boat by numerous frionds and relatives and mado tho recipients of felicitous congratulations, nnd at tho parting scene the fond farowclls that were bidden spoke volumes of love and good widhes for tho departing bride. Miny beautiful gifts wero presented to now couplo as momentoes of their wedding day. Tho ushers wore Messrs. George Keith, Henry Power, Clarence Sallee and Thomas Keith, whose handsome appearance and polite courtesies deserve to be well spoken of. A ciianob has been made in piiccs at XTaaivrai. the Maysvillo rink, corner of Second and Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers. Wall Btreets, as follows: Morning Indies free, skates free ; gents, 15 Call at the book Btoro of G. W. Blattor-mn- n & Co., and see their lino of beauticents, skates free; afternoon sessions, ladies free, skates free ; gents, 15 cents, ful Faster cards, all stylus and prices. skates 10 cents; evening sessions, admisWe place on our cheap counter sion 15 cents, skates 10 cents. some rare bargains. Call and examine Tim third quarterly meeting of tho them. F. B. Ranson, Washington circuit will be held at LawOtto thousand dollars easily made. rence Greek next Saturday and Sunday, Name, correctly, tho author of " Buntllng March 28th and 29th. Rev. F. S. Pollitt, Ball." Leave your gueaa with G. W. tho former pastor will be present and Blattcrman & Co. u2oJ2t hold the services. Preaching Saturday morning at eleven o'clock also at night. A card. To all who are suffering from On Sunday morning the funeral of Miss errors and indiscretions of youth, nerCr Lee Marsh will be preached by vous weakness, early decay, loss of manRev. Mr. Pollitt. hood, &c, I will send a receipe that will cure you, free of charge. This great William Colk and Alfred Colo, who remedy was discovered by a missionary AHSiulted Xlbridge Norman, near in South America. Send Lewis County, recently, have been envelope to Rev. Joseph T. In man, notified by tho indignant citizens to leave Now York. tnlSdeod&wlr The Vanceburg Station D. neighborhood. bcs-ion- oity Only 8-)- . hlinrcM PKIZK 975,000. Ttokete in Proportion. s, to-da- y LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPACT " We do hereby certify that we tupervite tin arrangements j,r au iie Aiomniy ana tm- Anmuil Drawings of the Louisiana Mate LM-teru Company, and in;person manage and con- iroi ine vrawngs in icwcs, ana mai me lam are conducted iintlrKnesty, fairnett, und faith toward all parlies, and We authorim he Company to use this certificate, with facsimiles of our signatures utlacJied, in Ut advertise-mvnis." C'ommliiNlouers. Incorporated in 1868 lor twenty-fiv- e toam the Legislature for Kducatlonnl and Charitable put poses with a capital ot 81,000,000 by Iran-chls- Fee-tow- n, that Courier, in noticing the affair, speaks of Norman's visit to Colo's house and the assault as follows : "Nosoouor had Norman crossed tho door Ntep thun Hill Colo knocked li t tit down, und nlil Alf hi ruck befor ho could refill lil htm with a stick of wood and broke his vg. The woman then rifled Ills pockets of Its valuable, tho two men, In the meantime, continuing to licit tho prostrate man, whose screums dually attracted the uttctitlnn of his brother-in-law- , Wyutt Klines, who ran to Ills assistance and drove the Coles awa." Tho woman referred to is said to be tho wife of W. P. Fry, who was an intnato of tho house. Norman is spoken of us n quiet and inoffensive mm and a nood ft to whlcli a reserve fund 01 over 8650,000 ha since been added. o Uy an overwlielmliu; popular vote Its was made a part or the present Htala Constitution adopted December 2, A.D., 187B. Try ItTonrsrir. The only lottery ever voted on and endorsTho proof of ttie pudding Is not In chewliiR ed by the people ot any Btate. It never the strli.K. but In IiutIuu an opportunity to scales or postpones. tiy tho utllclo yourself 'eort;u 1'. Wood, the Itrt iJrniiil Nlnvrle Nnmlicr Drnwliiim Druuylst, has u tree trial lottlo of Dr. II tako place monthly. A sidendld opportunand Luut; Syrup for each ono ity to win a fortune. Thiid Grand Drawwho Is Mill let ed witn Coughs, Colds, Coning, CIush I), In tho Acai'emy of Music, New sumption nriiuy I.uiik A!Iei.tton. OrlcnuR, TKSfAV. Aj.r 1 lltli, ISIS 17'Jth Monthly Drawlnu. citizen. The affair has created much in the neighborhood. nt !ltrror ! Piles aro frequently pieceded by a sense of weight In the buck, loins aud lower part ol 100,000 tickets at 85.00 each. Fractious, la tho abdomen, csuslou tho patient tosuppoe he has some adeutlou ol the kldncvs or neigh- tilths, In proportion. boring organs. At times, svuiptons of IndiLIST ov PIUZKS. gestion urn present, as flatulency, uneasiness I CAPITAL 1'ltlZE 875,091 of the stomach, etc. A moisture, II Uo persptr 1 2o,0ot do do atlon, producing u very disai;ieeablu ilchfui;, 10,000 do do alter ottlnsi warm, Is a common attendant. 2 PHIZES OF 80,000 12,001 Hlliul, bleeding and Itching piles ylrldatonce 2,(1 0 5 10,(JO do to Hie application or Dr. Hosauco's 1'ilo Rem10 1,000 10,(0 do edy, which acts directly upon tho outsailed 20 10,009 do 6J ed, absorbing tho tumors, olhiylui; the 100 200 2i,(JO do Ituhlui;, and atlectluu permanent, euro. W 100 do 30,00 I'ricuSd cents. Addresn the Dr. Ilosanco GOO 60 2.1,001 do Co.. Phi mi, O Sold hv Geo T. Wood. 25 1,000 do 20,0 lMles. Capital Prize $75,000 1 Med-leli- Secretary of tho Treasury ot tho Maysville Trotting Association, you can bet your last dollar Slipup noes solid for him. Many Suucuibi:ish. Al'I'aOXIMATION 1'ltIZKH. Another Precinct Heard From CUIOAUO HAKKKTN, 6,7St Approximation Prizes of 8750. Shannon, Ky., March 23, 1SS5 " 9 500 iJM 9 " riTiifimiRD nr w. a. Norton. 2,'IM 2J0. Editor BnUclin: If we understand Mr. Aorll corn. 3s'. of Orangeburg, coneetlyas Lou Bullock, 1,907 Prizes, nmonntinR to 826501 4 8 yt, Hyt May wheal, i. instructini: the delegates to caul their i",',: pork, u 8.'.;Sii,uo, vimyt, , corn. lard, :;u, ia Application lor rates to clubfl should bo 1U07J4; made only to tho ollico of tho company In votes for Mr. S. S. Rilev, for Assistant (i . us I. I) wwmfM LlKUTJJNANT GOVKKKOR HlNDMAK havTun longest necktie at the Maysvillo ing refused to longer respite William rink last night was worn by Mr. Samuel Wadsworth. It moaaured over one thou- Neal, ho will bo taken to ttrayson Ho is said and hanged there sand five hundred yards in length. to-da- Tan children who take part in the Fancy Dross Carnival at tho Maysville night (Friday) will pleaBe rink moot at the rink for rehearsal at twelve o'clock, noon. Rehearsal from twelve to one p. m. Ronntvr Fakukl was taken to Carlisle yesterday as stated. He left for that placo by rail this morning, in tho custody of 8herifT David Baxter and Deputy Sheriff Robert MuVeagb.of Nich las County. Tho trial is sot for to-da-- nt IIarthy Slkm and brother, of Montgomery County, cultivated last year ten acres of old land that produced 10,000 ucres of pounds, and three and one-haew land that produced 7,023 pounds of tobacco, making a toUil of 23,070 pounds acres. for thirteen and lf one-half Tiikkh are a number of new advortisc- tisctnents in tho Bullktin this week to which attontion is invited. Some of tho most reliable houses in the city are represented and they are prepared to exhibit stocks and quote prices that will bo satisfactory to all buyers. Give them a oil. Cua.ri.bs M. one-nai- Durban, ot Nicholas County, raised 10,270 pounds of tobacco to be resigned and composed and denounces as falso the report current in the last few days that he has writton a full confession of the crimo and placed it in tho hands of his wife to be made public. He protests that he has nothing to confess and will die without making any statomont that he is guilty. He further declares that he entertains no hope of escape from death and that nothing is left to him but to meet ids fate. Ho believes he will never return again from Carter County, oven should there be any further expression of executive clemency, as the people of that neighborhood are determined he shall die. " Nothing," he said to a reporter, " but a sacrifice of my life on the scaffold will appease them and I thank God I will die innocent of the terrible crime for which I am doomed to Buffer." A letter was sent to him on Monday by Lieutenant Governor Hind- man in response to ono he had written, in which tho Governor declined to interfere, basing his refusal on a failure to find anything in the way of uew evidonce to justify such an act. Neal also received a telegram from Alf. Burnett, tho West Yirginia detective', which is as follows: Ciiaklkstown, W. Vh., March 21 Wm. Seal; our omj promised letter Ih now needed. Send It. Immediately. Ai.v. W. Hu it RETT. New Orleans. For farther Information write clearly, (?lv-Iti- K full address. POSTAL NOTEH, Exprwai Money Orders, or New York Exchange In orKKTAIL. xiAitUET. dinary letter. Currency by express (all nunu of 85 and upwurds ut our oxpense) addrcustMl iJorrectwd dully by K. B Lovkl, grocer and it. A. DAUPHIN, New Orleans, Liu, prudase dealer, N oh..Wand 62, Market stret, I.'OIJ.YI'. HUN IN. or M. A. DAUPHIN, viaysvllle, Ky. 607Heventn street, Washlncton, D. O. OnOCEUIBH. Make P. O Money Orders Uermiiiilown savm dress HcKiPtered Letters to payable aud ad, ol Ml. .Molasses, new crop, per kuI Judge Hntnuel Holmes iinn ulf-5uy0o NEW OHLEANH NATIONAL BANK, Olivet, uro the Kiie.ta or the riiinllyot I' bol- .MOn..on,olu uinp, lb Kill 5 Now Orleans, La. 65 lock. MoIhhmio, fancy, uew f gal W Mrs. Morlord, an used lady of lluiksvllle, Kuriium, tancy Now " SiH5iu,yi'l!owW ff wiih burled tit this pi ce ou the .Mill lni ADVERTISEMENTS. 7 i"K NEW SiiBiir, extra '"l v'ls Anna Hucar A.y R C, V t6. Miss Julia WorthliiKton (n8 Minerva, Is tie Kiu-s- t ol .SiU'ir, uranulated ty R M.. . ... M.. 7 h Donovan, of near Mrs. K. Will in ns. rtucar, powdored, per lb iu vilos Daisy K vnxe, or Dexlel, N vMtl K Hunar Now OiUmuh, y tt 6Kn" Mills Mary (Savage. lOyl W) . Teas, V m rrwrelj to ilop lhm f.r do Whn nr W ttm. .BitI tbrn euro IIbemnoi ln. I man . rllcl com. h4ve Mlwinra Hall, of AiiKiiitn. wis adjudged a foul Oil. head light in i;h1 nturu I hara mud. III. dlir4M ot V1T8, EriLKPbT or FALUNS luiiutio belore Judge fields at Ilront vllle, on I'KOVISIONS AND (XJDNTKY FKODUCE. I NtwKN rrnl nj mull to eoro Monday, and sent I he asylum. Apples, per peck W ttao worst cu. Dkiuh oth.r br. bllnl It no bmoi tor Tuesday was held nsn day ol Jubll v al the Uhuoii, break last y is not now rrlvlng cor. Bnd t one. lor trulUw and 12fl'2W Biprua and I'oM rrroeJr. M. E. Church. The like has never heeu seen Hacon, clear sides, per ft iu FrroIlolU. of mrlnfIHU lor. trial,UIt. I cure yon. in tills couimiinliy. Every Mioi.nl siamllnu Hacon, Hhiiis.V tt.. II. 120 I OCloo. Ilomloronuollilnf O. HOOT, 111and will Yo.. JddrotaPr. l'uiUt.,nw whs occuand slttl ik mom in the build! Huco.i, HhoulderH.per th tt&0 urn rem.uk HeiuiH V ital pied iliiy and iilehi. It wuiuoi .. :U 20(325 I WILL PAY $2 50 PER DAY ! that "It wasn't wm Hi while lor those women Uutlor.Vitu mo si:eUio ClilokeiiH, each 25 it&l to tiickleUeriniiutnwii."iuiil tho to work onpo out stands iiinned at the result. A limit Apples, diiod, pur yAl canall who to pay for me at home. To many 1 more alloid 10 two hundred and tlltv have himi 1)1 sed at I'eaches, dried, per lb r Hl'EADY E vil'LOY M ENT. t.kmstjntoa.. theultu'aiidhtlll It is crowded. 6 to Klour, Ijtmesione, per onriol LKJHT, ' LF.AANT WORK. 0 IX) Klour, Old Oold, por barrel Mend postal card to W. W. HinoDT, LoiiUt-vlll5 2.1 Klour, Maysvillo Fancy, per barrel.... Large and Small Bosses. Ky. b afi Flour, i.'ison County per barrel... iNew York Sun 5 M ., Flour, Royal Patent, porburrol 4i Chief Clerk (to head of tho establish- Flour, Ur.i ham, persack 5 'Ji , ment) Good moiiiing, Mr. Laranveahh. Fiour Muysvillo Faintly, por barrel per lb ISii I hat. a poilllT. ttmtdjr lorlueklod ulat bjllauaa abova Good Homuiy.i" unllon Head of the Kstablishrnent 20 of Hit wnrvl and of Iodic aUn'tlajf thoiuandf ol ca yj lava Meal tf pec . curf d. In leal aottionr la rar falto la l tfllraaou morning, Mr. Smith. Ihatlwlll i,nJ T0 IIOTTIJ PIIFI!, tOKriacr wllh a 10 Ixird.Dlm . to on nrufTPir. Olra Pk. Second Clerk (to chief clerk) Good Onions, per peck i tnu and I". O. addrcea. IMi dl.ru-- HLOCUM, 111 i'aarl BL, H.Y. 1)11.1. A. mornim;. Mr. Smith, pleasant morning. Pui iiihVi iv ok ai Turkeys, drpMd,pr lb 10012 Chief Clerk Mornim.', Brown. lor our Helecl Llul ol Local Newspaprs. Ono. P. Howell A Ordinary Clrk (to hccotid chief clerk) l Y. 'n., Ifi. KnnnoMtirot., Good morning, Mr. Brown. (Had to AKHtitlSCEnr.X'l'S, see. you looking so well this morning, sir. "lliMUIH'.l'i'.M'WN NOIICI Cur low Hecelpt ot hoiss 18.01)0, 10 cents higher. ot waeut, f0; corn, '1"U. nfrtr, I I CURE FITS! r-id e, Uo-.ey- CONSUMPTION tn Woiirnnnihorlased to announce that K. L. my coat, Jones. WOUTIIINIjTON lsacandldiitelo repiesent Office Boy (to ordiaury cleik) Good .Mason and Ijcwls Counties In the State (Semorning, Mr. Jones. Can I do anything nate, subject to the action of the Democrats party. for you this morning, sir? VOIl 8TATK HKIMtKSKNTATIVK. Ordinary Clerk Hustle around lively Wo am uuihoriml to announce that Mr. now and gets things in shape. You ain't A. P.tiOODINU, ot tho Maysllck precinct Ih a candidate lor the Deruocruiio uouil,iisiioii worth the powder to blow you up. Neuro Porter (to office hoy) Good tor the Legislature. are authorized to announce J. H. KICK mawnin', Jnmei. How is yo' health dis us Wecandldato to re present this county in tho a mawnin' ? Legislature, subject to the will of the DemoOffice Boy Come, you blnak niitgor, cratic party. Wo aro authorU-- d to announce that Mr. J. get down stairs and sweep out tho baseli. BOOTON, of LewlsburR precinct, Ih a canment or I'll report you. didate lor Representative in tho Legislature, The negro porter then goes down and sunjeci to mo ucuoii oi me ueTuocruuu puny. Second Chief Clerk Was. Hang up KOU STATU HKMATOll. MASON CIHt'UIT COUHT. 8. L. Sroufo's Ailm'r, Plalntir. Against Notice to Credlto s. Mary A. rtroufe, A als,, DeiendanU. In pursuance or an order or the 'Merk f tlin .Mason Circuit Court, made In the oborw act! 01, t lie uduilnlstratot ot M. L. Hroufe, deceased, Is hereliy notified to tile before in an exhibit ol all the assets ol said estate, .mat tho creditors of said de edeut will tile their claims, proper y pioven before me, nt nujr time betweeu this date and A pril 14. 1Ks5. OMtHFlTH. WALL, Master Corn'r M. C. C. maidAwtaJ Neal professed not to know the import acrea of laud, and f on Ave and old the crop to Walter Sharp for 9 cents of this telegram, but it implies that there x pouad. B. W. Ham, of the same is some secret work between Burnett and county sold 5,575 ponudH, grown on himself which ho is not going to reveal. A dispatch from Grayson says: "The acres for 7 cents a three and villngo is beginning to brim with excitepound. ment over the approaching of Friday and Tm opening of tho Mammoth Rink to William Neal's execution. Greater tho public laBt night was an event of con- crowds are expected hero than wore over siderable interest. Thcro was a large before known. Should Neal bo brought rowd present, all of whom seemed to hero again, no respite can save him from enjoy thoroughly the occasion. The rink tho people. An organization is formed Appears to bo well managed and prom-iao- s by which tho jail nnd telegraph office to become very popular with devotees will be picketed to prevent Neal being f roller skating. taken away, should a respite reach him And Htill tho goodncoiiie rolling in and here." ' Hechingor'a Hon" are busy as bees I'KltSON VLS. again The firm will have probably tea largest stock of clothing for tho spring Miss Klla Claire, nfter a pleasant visit trade they have displayed since they of two weeks to friends at Bedford, Ind., began business. All the now styles, nil is at homo again. fashionable fabrics for the merchant tailMr. John Eckman, driver of tho Caroring department nnd a complete line of lisle mail wagon, has lcmoved with his gontlomon's furnishing goods are in- family to Ripley. cluded in tho stock, and to make it moro Mr. I) II. Moro and mother, of Dover, interesting to buyers, tho prices have are vibiting tho family of Mr. W. II. figures. been scaled down to hard-puof tho West End. Mis3 Lida Hicks left for Lexington this 'lo (jot Kid or Misery. is tho uso of miiTerlng from dys- morning on a short visit. Miss Kinkend What pepsia, norvous prostration or debility, of Midway, will return with her and bo whon Brown's Iron Bittera will tono you her gueBt. wp and cast those horrors out. Thoro is llov. J. M. Evans is holding a meeting joy in every bottlo of this valuable tonic. in Puducah, whero Dr. J. T. Hendrick years of his active minepont twenty-fiv- e It makes bad blood good, and bids cheerful. It brings good istry, und where ho is still held in tho people be heor to tho dinner table, and makes the highest esteem by all the people of his family happy. It drives away tho blues, former charge Thcro haa been great and helps you to enjoy a hearty laugh. interest manifested and forty-fou- r have And all tho respectable- druggists keep it. been added to tho church. one-quarte- abuses the cat. r to-da- y. KOK COUTY CLKUK. illtlllX fKKLV.i CO., We nrenuthorlred to announce that T. M I'KAUCK. Is u candlUale for the nfllco of GIRLS. County Clerk, subject to the will of the Democratic paity. Wo nro authorized to announce that W. C. The Fair CreiUtires Analytically DisLadles' nnd Keutlemen's and boys garPHLI1A M is Mason County cussed by One Who Knows Their Ways. Clerk, -- object a caudldnte lor tho DcmocmlU ments cut and made to outer. Altering, to the action or cleimlnu aud repairing neatly done. All convention. work warranted. No. 77 East Hecond street, H!oomlnton Through Mall. in2idlin Maysville, Ky. misGirls are of few days and full of CIIUVULK A IlOI.TUr.. chief, and whosoever is doceived thereby is not wise. rANTKD An experienced o ok, also a Whon tho fair young girl cheweth her VV uooil nurse. Apply to KHANK li. We are in receipt of all seasonable Dry U'ttin with greater haste and stnmpcth ItANMON. Goods and Notions at prices as w .is cask ANTED To tent a small larm or cultl- - can buy them, and will sel them at bed rock her pretty foot, do thou look out. Vy vato It on shares. Address JOHN lor cash. Tobacco Cotton for the farmers Shu cometh forth in tho evoning in WKLLS, this otllce. low neck and short Bleeves; but a MoDOUOLEA HOLTON. yoiuiK men, n By morning, bho lieth in bed while her WANTKD ou atwo stoadv farm. Apply or addiiss 170 It NA1.K. JOHN. Uilsotllce. mother husleth. When the sleigh bolls tinkleth she WANTED-Ladl- en and OontlomenTn city, to thtlr A Htandeth at tho window and yearneth own home', tlltojl tuke llu work at work (arm in Charleston a day easily mado; containing for a beau, and when ho cometh, hIio by mall.; uo canvassing, wo have uooil twenty live acies. about tour hundred nnd Will sell In wholo or tllloth up his purse. He wrappeth tho demand for our work and furnish steady em- parts to Milt puichaseis. For lurthor Inforbuffalo robo about her and huggeth her ployment. Address, with stamp, CHOWN mation apply to 2!M VinoHt., Cincinnati, O. M1W. LUCY M. KEITH. much nnd Btayeth out beyond his time, M'F'U COMPANY, Maysville, Ky. mlOJltn and tho livery man iiddeth four good dolm s Merchant Tailors. M WANTED. tir 1 Hot-tor- n, Am-bros- o, n lars to liis bill. In tho evening ho hioth himself away to her father's niniiMon. Ho gocth in 1"iOinTKNT DiluTFlored")i7ee"7Mi toOAH-RETol Limestone, Apply aud sittoth by tho tiro, and ere sho H. WAIjU b1io leaveth he popeth tho question nnd Oit KENT Two desirable lesldonces on 8 icasnniiUIo terms. Apply to A. .M. J. jumpeth at tho chanco. JuMIl When the cock croweth he tnketh his COC1IP.AN. departure, and, when ho renieinboroth tho 8inullnes3 of his salary, ho kicketh S-himself and compareth himself to an abs; HAJjK- - Onolhousand tlirouvli tlokoU yea, verily. 17OII any English, lush or So itch ieu port to Maynvllle, Ky , lor SIS. JOll N M. HTOCICTON. iAitiiii:i. inSOd.'lt AKeut Cuiuud Hteamors. 20. 18S5, at tho rehldoneoof the brldn's March VLE-Tbrick houses at tho patents, Miss M.IKX M. HAWKINS, of County, lo Mr. JAMES L. LIN VILLK, of IOiiH of Kourlh and Llmustouu streets, Apply at this otllco. Hobortson County. 7iOK8.LE A mulo toum, com pinto outfit, March 25, lh85, nt tho M. K. Church, Houtli, FOR RENL Ty A. MIHTO.V, HepiesentltiK T LOUISVILLE COTTON aid GRAIN EXCHANGE FOR Chlcngo Markets received evory ten minutes. Orders taken for I.OiO bushels and Ollico: Cooper's building Second 8U up-wai- ds. w Ai.TF.it it. pnisrr.K, Oeuoral Heal Kstato- - INSURANCE and COLLECTING AGENCY Mil-so- n wo Returns mado promptly. Abstract of title furnished, ortlce: tiecond street Cooper'u building, upstairs. 17OK HA1.K. On Niiturilii.T, April till, 1SM.T, nt 11 o'clock a. in., on tho nreinlseii near Mnys-vlll- e, Ky., 1 will olrer at publlo hu1 ' Hosemont," tho place holonfjlng to J. H. Hrlney, ou the imual tonus. Udtd 0. 8. JUDD, Attoncy. dis-m- nl MI&h Missouri. UhTTIIO 1. AWAMHON, of Una city, to Mr. CHAHLES W. UUOOKES, ot Bt. Louis, ? Apply to O.ADA.MH. LOST. - moio money than at any thlUR elso Ok Friday last, a lady's (told by tukliii; an aueiioy lor tho best sellluir book out lleglniierti succeod JOST on (Second or Third ntreot, between and Llmestono, or on Limestone eraudiv. None fall. Terms free street, fleaso return to this ollico, m25d3t liALLhTT Uoolc Co,. lortlaud. Malue. WIN I WASH OF WAR WAVES. MANITO" V b AND SALVADOR MENACED rHE REBEL'S MARCH. Alfe$pt LATEST STYLES IN Gowww& CLEARANCE SALE FOR CASH! 20Suttn Street, nl gieatly reducid prlres. IJnlau A led Hhii Is, best innriH. (former prlo Jt.tJO), conlsj best Liuindried Shir k, (foimer price JI.60) 11.03; line of dress goods, per viint, Scents; many choke Dress Fabrics at cos.; Woolen Under weiir ana llliiiiketsntco-t- , tired. 7.") As trustee for A. It. HURQEKS. I offer I tie stock of Drv Goods rnntnlnnl In liU Morn. lo. Ball'a Itenngudcs ltainpant with Itnstinnntl nnd DECOUATIONB; Mixed Paints and Artist's Materials. Everything new. All uooda to rursnlt Indians, Insurgent nnd m24dly warranted. No. 1!, Zwelnnrt's Mock. Cholcp line of Caeslmore nl cost. All personR Indebted to tho said Burgess wi'l bo requires IlnftlVnB I'.arrlix Ilnir-nrc- d i.j inunu jinjiiin jujriuuiii, m ii will oo my limy, ui irustiee, 10 wiiin up mo OUHincss spcoo- lly. Asa It. Burgess, as my agent, will make settlements and collections, nnd ulve receipts. and III Allien. mSTxl WALL PAPERS, WINDOW SHADES, UH'gUlUH IU Hosiery, Towels, Napkins, Table Linens, Ect. JAMES BHAOKLKKOKD, TiuhIpo. WiNNirKO, Man., March 26 Nothing is talked o! horo savo tho robolllon, nnd as reports como in tho excitement Increases. Intelligence has just been received of an attack by tho rebels upon a detachment of mounted police which was proceeding to the relief of Fort Carlton. Fifteen of the polico wore killed and others wounded. Another report fai circulation is to tho effect that Rfol has boon Bhot and tho rebels linvo captured and Imprisoned forty whites, nnd havo taken possession of moro stores. Four Indian chlefH and their bands hare joined tho lnsurgont who now number over n thousand hardy wen, nil well armed. A dispatch from Edmonton to the Hudson are located Pay company says 4(K) in tho vicinity, holding a secret mooting and Organizing for action. Tho insurgents havo H?izod several private rtoros and are menacing Hudson liny trailing posts. Gen. Middleton, commander-in-chie- f of tho Canadian militia, will arrive Thursday nnd take command of tho expedition against the rebels. Tho Ninetieth battalion and Hold buttery and Middloton will follow by a special train and overtake them. The WinniH'g detachment of mounted polico havo loit for tho sccno. Tho comtnl&xiry is busy purchasing hordes, sleighs, wagons, and other supplies. It Ls proposed to break tho Ninetieth regiment into three divisions and forwurd them from diirerent pointo along the railway. New nnivttls from Princo Albert wiy tho have been preparing all winter for tho uprising, and aro well provided with iupplios, ammunition, etc. Military circles aro very busy. Recruits aro being received for Iwth corjw, as a full complement is wanted. Two hundred men have enlisted awkward squads aro drilling. and supplied being aro Tho men and ammunition. with accoutrements dismissed for Tho trooja havo boon a few hours, but buglers aro galloping all vor tho city summoning men to anus m order that they mny start for the seat of the disturbance at once. half-breehalf-bree- READ THIS FIRST ! W Our WATERBURY WATCHES, in connootion with tho i VERY LOW PRICES of our Clothing, dearly proves to us that, no matter how dull tho times aro, tho pooplo will buy goods when convincod that thoy savo from 40 to 60 por cont. Never boforo havo wo sold as many goods at this timo of tho yoar, and wo adviso all our frionds to tako advantago of thiB wholosalo slaughter of Clothing. Wo must sell them to mako room for our Now Spring Stock, tho arrival of which we will dulyadviso tho public of. Rospectfuly, For Beautiful designs my stock of Wnll Paper Is omplete. Also B(X1K, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, GOLD PENS, PICTUKR FBAMK8, . We will take pleasure In showing our stock to till. BW PHOTOOUAPH UAL-LEHIn the sume bulldliiK. Y JT !) Bi il, O H 1 JS " MAYSVILLE, KY. JVE. TCJTW13,, ""THE OLD RELIABLE-a- - H ciimxr a 33 & oo. I CLOTHIER! Have Just received nn Immense stock of CLOTHING, comprising Men's Koods; also GENT'S HUHN1HH1NO GOODS, ODPFELLOWS' HALL. Youlli'innd Dots' HEADQUARTERS pon HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS which he will sell at PANIC PKICE8. ing eisewuere. and VALISES, purchas Yon will do well to call and see him before While Harrloi Is advancing on Salvador at tho head of uu irmy of 15,000 men, President Zaldivar of Salvador, was at Santa Ann.ou tho Guntomul-la- n frontier Monday, with 10,000 men, ivady to meet tho onset of Barrios. At the samo brother timo Genonil Frederica f tho lato President of Co-l- a Rica, entered Nicaraguau territory at the head of a force army and which will join tho march into Salvador to aid iu reilstin mid beating back Barrios. Mexico has iu tho meantime withdrawn her legation fiuin Gautomnlu, nnd it. is believed here will givo tho Guatemalan minister in Mexico his passports within tho next Ili'tllRciunt llnrrlnv 'JO. Washinoton, March CAETS OIL CLOTHS, tSrc. Come and sco us bofore you buy. Bargains in all departments. mrfi-ihtwfl- in IVt- - DAVIS, ANOTHER BLIZZARD For the cspeclnl benefit of purchasers of NEWrSTOCK and all NEW PATTERNS, Prices tho vory lowest. Tow day-!- . Tho ollleial gazette of Costa Rica received hero reports that on tho 7th of March nn atveim. of notables, convoked by the president, unanimously resolved to resist by all Iho moans of the country the despotic attempt of Barrios. j J. W 9 No parks a, lee'8 ?2A CtOTMNGt Wo will remodol tho old Rod Corner as soon as the woathor will por-mi- t, and, until that timo, will givo $2 worth of Clothing for $1 in money. HE PASSED IN HIS SLEEP, Hut Fullixl la Answer ttie Qurillon In II It Wnklng Moment. Huntingdon, Pa., March 20. In nttend-meat tbo stolons of tho Central Metho list conference hold hero during the piiht week nas a young itlneruit theologue, n probu-- t oh t, preparing to undergo the dual oxnin-iiiitiitin a progressive series retilred to le las;od before ho could complete bin proba.l tionary peril 1 and become a Ifi hud alieudy imss1 live of those e t) Market St,. Maysvillo, Now is tho timo to tako advantago of this ruinous out in prices. Call oarly. Vory Respectfully, ZECH. X-OX- DEALEU IN- aSlvJ WM&J uDlVJ Ten dollars will buy you n Kenulne- .a.:ilnntioiis tsinrerned us to tho sixth. Ho rnvod and talked of It in his slinp d tfler night. Huntingdon was pn ity luring the conference, ami accordingly tin young tlioologue was obliged to accept a hd room iu a hoarding house, ulreedy occupU'il by threii or four oilier persons, utuoiig whom rvero a ynuii lawyer and a yoiui Mi'tiiodit ilnistorof lull degree. R"lurnlng toge.lier t Hio other from n lato miIoii of die conference, tho minister and lawyer were unused to hear tho nuxIotKcau lid iltiinswei-u- g Imaginary questions purtninm ; to Inn :ouiiug examination. Thoy instantly grasp id rtio situation, wliereuou the divine (too to conduct tho mock examination iluiselt), suggested tho formal questions lo .ho lawyer, who in turn propounded them in i very severe manner to tho student. Iu this way they wont through the whole sxiiiiiiiiiilioii required by the church org.ini. cation, the student uusweriug in his sleep all She questions directly. The lawyer told him, however, that lie had mado lots of mistakes ud would have to bo put back another year. At this the tt'Uileut showed much distress, protesting unlmt such a decision, and Ug-;in- g to be ullowed another trial. This force tvas repented for several nights until tho stu-lewent before the olllcitd examining board. But hero, owing probably to his anxious Itnte of iniud, although he had previously iuswenl all tho qiirtitlous correctly, ho utterly failed to pa, "aud was put buck iii-r- but wns gr.-ail- riol ftmrnTtms. Spring Trado, at Manufacturers' prices. A Large stock of tho latest stylos of Furniture just received for the WALTHAM, ELGIN or HARDEN WATCH LANGE'S. In a three ounce Polld Nllvcr 'mha KverythliiK In the Jewclrv line nt wholesale prices mid warranted. Wutchcs uud Jewelry repidied and wairanted. Oideis by mull promptly utteuded tout ni-di- HERlVIAlNriM C. S. MINER & BRO., -- Cf ncimmtt Prices Discouttf ed, G-O boots, W. W. Mcllvam. EHTABIslUBX lHSi-liMAIj- IN-- Giro mo a call. Second Streot, next to " tho tallost houso in town," Maysvillo, Ky. maris SHOES, ya toaiiiH MAYSVILLE, KY. R. G. Humphreys. nt TO: an-Dth- year." 'II id Sara Sotii Akikhiii. Tampa, Fia., March 20. Tho trial of U. Bidwell, formerly of Buffalo, N. Y., charged with a murder committed In conjunction with othors, known ns the "Sura Bota assasMuutlon society," was U'gun at Pino Level, tho county seat of Manuto county. The most intenso interest ls shown iu the proceedings, nnd tho lives ot the prisoners huvu lepeatedly lieon iu jeopiudy. The graud jury has indicted Bulwell ami eight others tor iimi der iu tho first degree. The cases were continued to the next term ot court. Al-fre- il J. BALLENGER -- MclLVAIN & HUMPHREYS, Successors to MYALL I FOR- & RILEY.) HAY' RAKEM .arm CtIHOKOS, IVrlxlii'il In the I'liunes. Coi.dmiiia, S. C, March 20. Geo. Green, coloi ;.l, of Georgetown county, wasawukuned by smoke. Discovering that his house was guo of his children and on iho ho bolz.-dropped it out of a window. lie then awoke his wife and three children and attempted to get them out. Tho fire, however, had made such headway and the smoko was so doiiso that ho could not reach thorn uud barely escaped with hi life. Tho wife of (liven and three children oro burned to death and the house reduced to ashes. d wtrr WATCHES, Attention, Farmers For tho next few dayB wo will otter a splendid lino of at greatly reduced prices. McKlroy, Mllburn, Webster and Mitchell ETC.ga WAGONS! AGRICULTURAL Wo still have on hand n few Planet Junior TOBACCO CULTIVATORS, Also a full and complete stock of nil kinds of IMPLEMENTS 7, Bridal and Annivorsary Gifts a spooialty. A largo stook to soloot and repairs always on hand. Don't fall & Riley's old stand, Maysvillo, Ky. from at all times. A trial is solioited and satisfaction guaranteed, to givo us a call at No. West Hecoud street, Myall Jyl2dtf