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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
TUESDAY EVE., APRIL 4, 1882.
WTkums : Tho Evkning BuiitKTXN is published
daily, and served lice of postage at 0
cents per woek; 2.j cents per month; 75 cents
per three months ; 81.50 per six months, and 88
per year, payable In advance.
EVENING IIULLETIN HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION JN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN
AN Y OTHER PAPER PUBLISHED IN M AYS-VILLE.
JESSE JAMES KILLED.
Shot Dead at His Own Home by a Supposed
him in that shantv ever since November.
A condemned Russian Nihilist was publicly
shot at Oronstadt Sunday.
A snow slorhi, several feet deep, lias
blocked all the roads at Qaebec.
Ex-Governor Dennison is reported quite
ill at his residence near Columbus.
The steamer Leipzig, from Bremen to
Baltimore, brought 1,0d8 immigrants. All
started West, Sunday.
A hurricane visited Pennsylvania points
Sunday. At Reading a wall was blown
down, killing three persons and fatally
Tho coffee and spice mills of James
Heekin & Co., situated on Second street.
Cincinnati, suffered from fire JMonday to
St. Joseph, Mo., April 4, 1882, -In a the amount of $15,000.
mil frame shantv in the south-east parti Tlie two assassins of Gen. Strelnikoff
the city, on the hiil, not far from the I we,re n,0t their n&- immediate The Czar did issue but an
World s Hotel, Jesse James has lived with I ie subsequently countermanded it.
his wife since some time in November last. A torrible fight took place at French-Robert
and Charles Ford, two of his gang,' burg, Menifee county, Ky.f Friday night
have made their head-quarters at his
house. Charles, it is said, has lived with
in which four or five men were badly cut
and shot, and one probably killed.
Cornelius J. Vanderbilt, brother of Wm.
Robert arrived about ten days andrSi.MSSin1 biilioffaiX0' oi TnTd
. A. . . .. ago, ,. killed himself in New York, Sunday. He
the three have been making preparations naSi for 80mo tlm0f been a sufrerer from
for a raiding expedition, on which they
were to start that night.
James and the two Fords being in the
front room together about nine o'clock
At Gayhead, Mass., a woman ' locked
three children in a house and went to a
neighbor's. During her absence the build-
ltirr tnnlr fir nnrl nil tlio nliillvnti iuarn
it ,, . i l i i l l l I O """ ., iv .... i..w tiuuuivii nviii
whs iiiuruiug, niu lurniur iook. on nis ueio, burned to death.
and laid his pistols on the bed preparing jlx n Denver (Col.) variety theatre, Sun-to
wash himself, when Robert Ford sprang; day night, an actor, cast some reflections
! the character cf the wife of Arthur
up behind him and sent a bullet through "Pon
'Shepperd, and stabbed and
his brains. The ball entered the uv of. W0UVded was fatally
by the hitter.
his head at the base of the right brain, . . ,. , ,
John Mssy and James Ilamblin,
coming out o or the eje.
two wen.kn0Wn San Francisco, sporting
The lord brothers at once made known ( character, engaged in an altercation
had done and gave themselves, day morning, resulting in the latter shoot-up.
They are now under guard at the' in th.e former three times, killing him al-Court-house.
The bodv of Jesse James,
conveyed to an undertaker's, where J Jft fflK
it was prepared for burial, and where a Thirty of the crew of one vessel, including
photographer was taken. James' wife ! captain and pilot, drowned. The total
telegraphed to his mother the news of his number of drowned is unknown, but
, Ip" many were saved,
ic i i ..c i
death. A number of men have identified
the body, and there is no question about ' At wickliffe, Ky., Thursday night a man
named Parker, agent, of the Mississippi
u Jesse t
its being Tames. . . 0enlral Railroad, waylaid and killed Henry
t nenijerson iie mur(ior resulted from a
Col. John W. Doniphan, formerly of quarrel arrising from " poker," during
this county, is favorably named as a which Parker jumped the game.
date for Congress in the Ninth Missouri The murderer of the President has sold
District. The Platte City Landmark says: thp 8llit of clothes he wore when he coin-
There are few gentlemen in the great north- "Uttea tne dastardly crime to Uoup's cir
west wno occupy a
the bar and whose
than of Col. Do:
All nl those ndm
torize thq accomplished parliamentarian and ' exhibition
more eavianio no.sit.inn at . uus lor exniomon, ana iucUOnalU, tne
integrity is more exalted ' Rf.iilnfnrii t. W'ishinrfrm hnafa
niphan, Hels well versed lu, rf ,c'i,i r,"
.f ,i ,, ,
ot (jarneld and
lruhinniiniitiPH whih nimmn. the murderer for Couo for
is not wunting in any ot qualities which I
mark tho dignified and cultivated gentleman. At Stockton, California, Sundav after-
iiionui i ynijiCTaiuuui uianiui m uuu linn is nnnn n firn doKtrnvoM Snnrrv (Yi ' nrirn
growing In importance overy year and the
timo has come when she needs fcueh upright,
nonoraoie anu capaoie men as uoi. uouipnan
to represent her vast and ini poi tan L interests
in the national congress. Col. Doniphmi Is a
man whoso natural bearing is calculated to
challenge the respect and admiration ol others
and lie improves greatly upon acquaintance,
tye. would he the peer of such men as Blackburn,
Cox. Clark and others of like reputation,
and an honor to his district. We know that he
is not taking any pait in politics, hut the men
who are input capable ot occupying oflieial position
are those who do uotseok it In any souse
of the word, and we hope that his party will
remember this fact when tho time comes for
action. Let the old ninth district have a representative
in congress who will he an honor
and benefit to her. We have grave interests ut
stake which should be lostered by competent
and faithful representatives, and Col. Doniphan
possesses all the required qualifications.
Excursion to Europe.
An excursion to Europe has been arranged
by one of the largest societies, the
" Ilarugari M.ennerchor" of Cincinnati,
by which round-trip tickets in the cabin,
from New York to Antwerp and return,
cost only $90. The excursion starts from
New York on tho new and splendid mail
Steamer Belgenland, Capt. Stokes, on the
10th of June, 1882. Tho return-trip tickets
are good on any steamer of the Red Star
Line for one year.
Tliis is a splendid opportunity for ail
those contemplating a trip to Europe this
All information and a prospectus, giving
all the details of the excursion, can bo had
free of, charge, from Messrs.'M. & R.
Bookseliers and Publishers, 484
Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
ilouring mill and warehouse, containing
a quantity of grain ; also several other
building and contents. The total loss is
estimated nt $200,000; insurance, $80,000.
Several men were severely injured during
A prominent clothing firm has effected
a contract with Sergeant Mason, whereby
tho latter binds himself to act for the firm
as clerk, for one year, at a salary of $1,500
the service to begin at once when Mason
shall be released from the Albany prison,
whether that be at the expiration of his
term or earlier.
The steamer Ayrshire, from Montrose,
Scotland, for New York, with potatoes,
put in at Halifax short of coal. She had
a most tempestuous voyage. The captain
had an arm broken, the carpenter a leg
broken, and the boatswain a shoulder dislocated.
Tho second officer was washed
overboard, but a returning wave landed
him again on deck.
The Coroner's jury, holding an inquest
on the remains of a woman found floating
in the water from the wreck of the Golden
City, returned a verdict charging criminal
carelessness on the part of the mate and
other officers of tho boat, whose duty it
was to look after the loading and management
of the boat in such afwny as notvto
endanger human life. Wash. "Smith, captain
of the watch, whose lantern set the
boat on fire, remains in jail to await the
'action of the grand jury.
In Cincinnati, March 27,1882, by Rey.a, W
Kelly, Miss KLLA. M. AltKELL, of .Vermont,
to Mr. LEWIS VANDEN, proprietor of the
Crawford Houso. No cards.
To The Ladies t
OPENING OF THE
'SPRING SEASON 1882.
8We think we may confidently state that we have rieyet
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 oiir
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
v shown cannot be DUPLICATED this Season.
We have also added this season td our busihe&s (a want which
has been for a long time felt.)
which has been generally admitted, is made and trimmed of finer
material, and Cheaper than it can be made at home. Consisting of
Skirts, Night-Gowns, Dressing-Sacks
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
VESTIBUBE LACE &c,
AS USUAL FINE AND PRICES MODERATE.
E&TAPESTRY and VELVET RUGS,
All sizes and of beautiful desighl To all of which we Cordially
Invite diir patron.
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Second Street, (mar$Jlmd&w) MAYSVILLlS, KY