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DAILY EVENING BDLLETIN,
THURSDAY EVE., APRIL G, 1882.
bstTkums: Tlie Kvknino Buiktin is pub
lishcd daily, and served treo of postngo at 0
cents per week; 25 cents per month; 75 cents
per three months ; S 1 .50 per six months, and 83
per year, payablo In advance.
HTT1IB EVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LAUGKIt CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN. OHIO. THAN
ANY 01 HER PAPER PUBLISHED jn M A
Thkrk wore eight deaths from small-pox
at Cincinnati, Tuesday.
Ali, the stock needed to build a street'
railroad at Lexington has been subscribed.
Tjik Senate by a decided' vote refused to
pass the Chinese Bill over the President's
by congress of a law providing for convenient
money orders at cheap rates and
under simple regulations.
Tr is reported from Washington that the
President has determined to recall Minister
Lowell from England and tender the
Mission to Governor Cornell.
The Secretary of war believes, with the
Judge Advocate General, that the sen
tence of Sargeant Mason is illegal, but the J
John J. Piatt has been
the Cork Consulship.
The assassins of Gon. StrelnikoiF were
hanged at Odessa.
Anti-Prohibition tickets were defeated
at several points in Kansas.
Hearne, Texes, has lost three brick
blocks by fire. Loss, $45,000.
A syndicate of Philadelphia capitalists
has purchased u Buffalo sugar refiner' for
Massachusetts is likely to soon have a
statute permitting women to practice as
attorneys at law.
E. Brooks & Bros., of Helena, Arkansas,
made an assignment Monday. Liabilities
$7,000, assets $9,000.
Four million feet of pine logs, valued at
$40,000, were lost in the breaking of a
A max supposed to he John Bender, the I boom at Minneapolis.
murderer, has been arrested at St. i E.nlisV 0,ll so.n of
II. Lngush, is a Democratic candidate for
a- : Congress, at Indianapolis.
As usual, the cable report of intended
compulsory naturalization of foreign residents
in llussia, is denied.
A fire in Standard Oil Refinery No. 1,
Tub case of the creditors of Archbishon at Pittsburg, Tuesday morning, destroyed
Purcell is in progrcess in the District Couit ! Property to the value of $125,000.
at Cincinnati. i The Newark, (N. J.) M. E. Conference
- -o- - adopted a resolution approving President
Tiruuu is some prospect of the adoption : Arthur's veto of the Chinese Bill.
President has decided not to act in the animal cave a sudden ierk at the halter.
matter until sustained bv " the supreme breaking the man's neck.
court. I The trial of "Kid" Dixon for the
- der of Walter Graves, in a Cincinnati
Friends of the Anti-Chinese saloon, last September, has been begun iu
. . . 4-Un ".,. .-..-i TJlnnn fin.,-
tion Bill predict that the President's veto' ",u ""'"" "'" WUUII
of the measure will permit the democrats m An ,ince
- Tuesday n
to carry the Pacific Slope next fall. An ' jnTB cjU1
..4.. i ...:n i. i . ii . o i. i ! -.."i ' Li .. c
The Sanitary Council of the Mississippi
Valley will meet at Cairo, April 19, to consider
small-pox, yellow fever, &c.
A meeting of brewers and liquor dealers
was held at Cleveland and $3,000 pledged
to test the constitutionality of the Pond
Madame Patti sailed for Furope Tuesday.
During her last American visit she
made thirty-eight public appearances and
A young man near Mt. Clemens, Mich.,
was leading a horse to water, when the
incenaiary nre at rjopuinton, Mass.,
morningjdestroyed thirteen dwell-
irch. town hall, hotel and boot
atiempt will be made in the Senate to and shoe factory. Loss, $350,0C0.
carry over the yeto, but its success is
. What (lie Great Southern Editor Says of
""". Sells Brothers' Shows.
nominated for yc are not accustomed to look to the
Mr. R. 3v. Springer has instructed the
Building Committee of the College of
Music to go on with the work of putting
up anew building, the cost of which he
will defray himself.
At Borden town, N. J., the council has
refused to renew liquor licenses to hotels
and saloons. At Jacksonville. Florida,
the re-elected Mayor, is strongly in favor
of enforcing the Sundav law.
The Governor of Arizona has organized
a guard for the protection of life and property,
and has asked the appropriation by
congress of $150,000 to pay the expense of
rooting ruffianism out the'Territory.
A lady who recently went to Kugby,
Tenn., to look after the effects of a typhoid
killed brother, found the key of his cottage
hunt: on a nail at the door, and within
all things intact and in order. Hotels
and stores were all eloped, and all wore a
most forlorn aspect. Some young men of
that kind whose return would be a terror
to their families, remained there, livingon
doles from home, supplemented by what
they get by sport, They are of that helpless
class not necessarily dissipated so
far as breadwinning goes, which it is so
difficult to know what to do with, and for
which it was Mr. Hughes' benevolent but
abortive aim to find career.
There were seventy-five men and only
three women at a ball in Glaubert Hall,
Louisville ; but the absence of the fair sex
did not interfere with interest of the occasion.
About one-half of the men were
from Smoketown and the rest from
both parties having gone there
avowedly for a fight, which was begun
without delay. The owner of the. hall entered
with a gun to force a peace, but was
quickly disarmed and thrown out through
a window. Then the door was locked and
fighting resumed. Several of the musicians
in order to save their instruments: dropped
from the windows ten feet to. the groundW
but others were compolled to play lively
airs until the battle was over.
ot great newspapers, or
upon the grave and weighty political page
which ther exclusively edit, tor amusement
criticisms, and certainly the wildest
aspirations of the boldest manager never
would have betrayed him into seeking for
such recognition from such a source in the
Louisville Courier-Journal, and, least of
all, from the influential person of its great
editor. But when it comes to a really good
circus, Hon. Henry Watterson, like the
rest of us. is very human, and we like
him the better and respect him the more
that he is so, and not ashamed to acknowledge
it in a hearty and manly way, while,
moreover, generous enough io extend the
encouragement of his influential personal
recognition to genuine merit in the arena,
as elsewhere. He visited Sells Brothers'
Shows at Louisville, last fall, when it was
not so grand, novel and elegant as now,
and here is, word for word, what ho was
editorially delighted intosaying of it. after
his editor had devoted a column to praising
it in another page of the paper:
" The attendance at the two afternoon
and two night exhibitionsof Sells Brothers'
Shows was so remarkable as to be
entitled to a special mention. Not less
than from live to eight thousand persons
were present at each performance. The
perfectness of the arrangements and the
admirable order preserved were also quite
as remarkable as the attendance. The
show is a first-class one, and, although the
managers make large promise, they abundantly
fulfill them. The entertainments
gave thorough satisfaction. The circus
starts to-morrow on its tour through Kentucky
and Tennessee, and the readers of
the Courier-Journal in the places it visits
will have an opportunity of seeing the
best and most complete show in the
This great amusement enterprise, which,
since the above was written, has been
consolidated with five other exhibitions,
owned by the Sells Brothers, and to which
has been added a number of raro and
costly attractions imported- during the
winter of 1881-82, will exhibit at'Maysviile,.!
Wednesday, April 26.
To The Ladies !
SPRING SEASON 1882.
"We think wc 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.)
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.
ISTAPESTRY and VELVET RUGS,
All sizes and of beautiful designs. To all of which we Cordially
Invite our patrons.
Second Street, ; (marDimd&w) " :