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D&JLY EVENING BULLETIN.
. HIOND'AY UYE,, MAS0k:27,j88a. . .
Illinois sends oiit good news respecting
the props. The outlook is very
Tiik canal abandonment projects are
not meeting with success with the Ohio
fibuaotjommittee on Public Works.
Admiral Spotts, appointed to the navy,
from Kentucky, die;l March 9th, at Stanley,
Falkland Islands, and was there
The Ohio Legislature has ordered an investigation
of the' charges of bribery by
Cincinnati railroad lobyists oksorae of the
Tiik sensation at Columbus is-the re
ported attempted bribing of a member of
House Public Works Committee in favor
of the Cincinnati Belt Railway interests.
The applications for Sergeant Mason's
pardon have been referred to the War
It is now thought the sentence
will be mitigated to dismissal from the
William Maiionk, assistant President
for Virginia, is keeping President Arthur
so busy satisfying his claims that none of
the other assistant President's can get his
Tmc U. S. House Appropriation Committee
has struck out of the Post-office
Appropriation Bill the Senate amendment
restoring the franking privilege to congressmen,
so the question will not arise in
the House save possibly on a conference
The Kentucky House has adopted a
'resolution asking the representatives and
'senators in congress to use their influence
in obtaining an appropriation from the
Government to be used for providing
licks and dams on the Licking river, in
the interest of navigation.
TiiE Richmond Dispatch says: "The
Chicago Tribune disparages Gen.
when speaking of the bill to " retire "
Gen. Grant. Wo can tell the Tribune that
it is the opinion of some folks that if
Grant instead of McOlellan had been in
com'inand of the federal army around
Richmond in 1802, that army would never
have been heard of afterwards except as
prisoners, and the war would have ended
almpsi; three years sooner than it did.
It is reported from Washington that
tllP.ro IS !1 ll if I'll ill tint IniricLitinti imnarn.
country are brought over by the Six Companies
"from Hong Kong, and are British
subjects. There is nothing into he Chinese
.treaties and nothing in the bill lately
passed by congress that will keep English
.'subjects resident in Hang Kong from
these shores. It is believed at
"Washington that the President will approve
In a recent speech on protective tariff
iniquities, Senator Coke showed that dur
ing the year 1881, the revenue which the
. Government got out of our protective tariff
was $193)800,897, and the bounty received
by nianufactuiera was ,$1,250,000,-000.
Yet the laboring men are told by
the interest receiving this rich gratuity
' that'they are more prosperous and happy
because they are taxed to pay this enorm
ous snmk ,Vo ttiey still believe it, and ifj
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so h'pWilong willvthey continue to
arpmxiuiH, xisiuaum, gross naKec j
ness is apparent
n cases 01 small-Dox are r
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Eied. 'Kaufman, of Wabash, ind., was
murdered for his mpnejt,
At Defiance, 0., B. B. Wade was crushed,
by a log rplling on him.
George Cole, the brakeman who was injured
by the cars jit Galion, 0., is. deqd.
Fjroman Minor, the ,Standfor;d; ,Ky.,
murderer, has been captured and jailed.
The, Wabash boarding house, of Defiance,
0.,Vs partlally'destroyed 15y fire.
Toledo, b., iiaV sent on
a list of 12,000 petitioners for -Mason's par
Ten men are on trial at Santo Domingo
for attempting to assassinate President
The smallpox scourge is still raging in
GaUia county, O. There have now been
Edward Redman and son, aged fourteen,
were drowned in the Licking river near
The Protestant Episcopal Church of the
Incarnation, in New York City, was damaged
by fire $50,000.
Visits to ihe English murderer, Dr. Lam-son,
have lately been stopped by order
from high authority.
Smallpox rages throughout Hayti. In
Port Au Prince and its environs alone
4,478 deaths have occurred.
Simon Laufcrty, a Rochester, N. Y.,
commercial traveler, was run over by a
train and killed at Ft. Wayne.
The cost of the court house at Chicago,
now nearly complete, has been $2,261,000,
with $515,000 more in outstanding claims.'
A young man named Joe Parker, of
Bowerston, O., had a tooth extracted, and
he bled so profusely that his life was endangered.
H. W. Vance, a Hickman, Ky., farmer,
shot and killed John Morris, an employe,
who broke into Vance's house against a
warning not to do so.
Hugh Bearing, of Upper Sandusky, O.,
fell from the top of a high bridge a
tance of forty feet to the ground and was
Jacob Litzenberger, of van Lue, Ohio,
aged seventy, married his fourth wife.
The other three are living.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Dead,
The most profound sorrow was occasioned
both in this country and Eirope by.
the death of Heniy Wads worth Longfellow
at .Boston on Friday. He had more
sympathy from the hearts of the people
tiian did any other man of this generation.
The grief isnot least evident among the
children hundreds of whom knew him as
friends. The details of his last illness are
thus given :
He had suffered from nervous trouble
for two years, but last Saturday was in his
usual healty. In the evening he walked
for some time on the piaza of his Brattle
residence, which was Washington's
headquarters, and in which the poet had
lived since 1837. Late in the day he felt
chilled and during the night was attacked
. .. , . , I with vomiting and the usual symptoms of
mg Chinese immigration that mav render i:.lfljimnint:nn nr ft,n i,nmi W icn,i
the bill inoperative after all.
that all the Chinese who
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It is said j through Sunday, but duringSundaynight,
come to this u.v me use ui upuues, ue procured some
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rest, and on Monday was more comfortable,
but Monday evening it was evident
that he was dangerously ill. His family
was-notified and his son-in-law, Mr. Richard
II. Dana, jr., was advised to delay 'his
arrangement- for -a trip to Europe. By
Wednesday nearly all pain had left him
and he slept milch ; also on Thursday he
"vis verv drowsy. During Thursday night
and Friday morning' he was conscious but
little, his breathing was difficult and there
were signs of immediate dissolution. He
died as he had lived, peacefully and calmly,
at 3:15 p. m., surrounded by his children
Earnest, the artist, and his wife;
Charles, Alice, Edith and Annie. Edith is
is Mrs. Dana.
When his death was announced tho
bells tolled seventy-five the number of his
years. Mayor Fox has also ordereji the
hells to be tolled at the funeral. Business
places were closed and flags hung at half
The Ilillsboro Herald says, "if there
was anything wo despisedit was the internal
refiels," and tho'Hilboro Gazette
betorta'BVpu dcflpigecLitluW so much
TCaFyou ulueverrSTten within1
hundreds ot miles of them."
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B850PEMNG m THE
SPRING SEASON 1882.
9 We think we may confidently state that we have never
before had so Choice and Various Assortment to offer to our
Customers, as we have at this season, of
not only are the Styles and Qualities of the Various Articles
Superior but the Prices are unusually favorable, owing to our
orders having been placed in advance of other houses, and our
buyer having just returned from the east.
Since our purchases were made there has been an advance of
from 5 to 15 per cent, in nearly all kinds of Goods, and thus we
are able to sell at Lower Prices than those who bought later.
Early Purchasers Secure
The Best Styles. Many of the CHOICEST things
shown cannot be DUPLICATED this Season.
We have also added this season to our business (a want which
has been for a long time felt.) - .
has -been generally admitted, is rniade arid trirffi&ed of finer
andKGheapfcr than it c&Mje at home.- 'Consisting of
and all other essentials -desirable, which will be .sold by the Set or
Single Garment, all of which will be shown by a lady clerk of
experience. A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
BED SETS, ,
LAMBREQUINS, VEST IBUBE
TABLE LINENS, and OILCLOTHS
AS USUAL FINE AND PRICES MODERATE.
TAPESTRY and VELVET RUGS,
All sizes and of beautiful designs. To all of which- we Cordially
Invite bur patrons.
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