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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
THURSDAY EVE., APRIL 13, 1882.
QTTkkms : The Evkninu I3uj,l.ktin is published
dully, and served tree of postage at 0
cents per week; 25 cents per month; 73 cents
per three months ; SI. 50 per six months, and 83
per year, payable In advance.
TTIiKKVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LA KG (fill CIRCULATION IN THIS UITY,
UHESTUR AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN
ANY Oi HER PAPER PUBLISHED IN MAYS-VILLE.
The School liill.
The resolution of Mr. Breathitt to
appoint a joint committee to prepare a
school bill providing for the equitable distribution
of the school fund for the education
of all the children of the Commonwealth
irrespective of race or color, was
postponed by the House of Representatives
after a bitter fight. The refusal to
adopt the resolution, with accustomed unfairness,
is heralded by the Republican
papers ot the state as an evidence of
'Bourbon illiberality"and prejudice against
the colored race, when in truth a majority
of the representatives in the Legislature
favor an equitable distribution of the
school moneys and will support any
properly prepared measure providing for
The Breathitt resolution was antagonized
on account of several objectionable features.
It levied a tax of a dollar on every
poll in the Commonwealth, a kind of
taxation that has never been popular in
this slate. In addi tion to this it levies a
tax of ton cents on every $100 worth of
taxable property, this, however, to be submitted
to the people at the August election,
when it would be almost certain of defeat.
The bill is very long and has many features
but these objections are enough to mention.
A substitute for the measure has been
offered and will be considered with it when
it comes up again on the 19th, which provides
simply for consolidating the white and
colored school funds and levying an additional
tax of 2 cents on the $100, which
would make the per capita to white and
colored children $1.41 instead of $1.40 as
now to white children and 50 cents to
colored. Neither of these bills contemplate
mixed schools or anything of the
kind. Some measure of this nature providing
equal facilities for the education of
white and colored children, it is thought
will pass at this session of the General
Assembly, and as such legislation would
be just and proper, ought to pass.
GuiTKAu's book, "The Truth," has been
Titr nomination of S. I Rounds, of
Chicago, to be Public Printer has been
Tins cost of rebuilding the levees broken
in 'Louisiana by the flood, it ir3 figured out
will cost $1,400,000.
Mas. Sooviiii.K wants to administer on
Guileau's estate. His body and his book
she thinks will be worth something to her'
Gov. CitiTTiixnux, of Missouri, who is
now at Washington, denies that he left
the stale because of a feeling of personal
insecurity. He came to adjust land claims.
Thk select committee to investigate
charges of attempted bribery against members
of the Ohio Legislature have leturned
a report recommending that representatives
Bloch and Wright be censured.
A i.uttkk received at Vanceburg announces
that -the Hon. Alf, Underwood,
who lias been reported dead, is still olive
and is living at Mt. Ayre, Kansas. The
letter states that Alf. has reformed and is
leading a, better life.
One thousand Lamont, (111.) quarymen
are on a strike.
It is said that Maternais to receive $10,-000
-for her services at the three American
Mrs. Ida Greely Smith, eldest daughter
of the late Horace Greely, died in New
York City, of diphtheria.
There are 2S5 persons or firms in Washington
engaged in prosecuting claims before
the Pension bureau.
The French government will have eight
expeditions taking observations of the
transit of Venus Decern bei 6.
The Allen Redisricting Bill has been
killed in the Ohio House, but the Senate
passed its own bill on the same subject.
The association of malsters and brewers
of the United States will hold their annual
convention at Washington, May 9 to 13
The indications are that most of the victims
of the Golden City disaster jumped
overboard and were drowned, without
waiting to be burned to death.
The report that Secretary Lincoln, the
oniy remaining caoinet oiucer appointed
by President Garfield, intends resigning
to accept a foreign position, lacks good
In the Ohio Senate, the Smith Sunday
Law was amended, on motion of Mr. Pond,
allowing regular drug stores to sell liquor
on physicians' prescriptions, with other
Judge Foraker has resigned his seat on
the Cincinnat, Superior Court bench, on
account, of ill health. A petition has been
forwarded to Gov. Foster asking that he
decline to accept the resignation.
Near Perrysville, Perry county, Ark.,
J. M. Butler," a school teacher from Indiana,
was shot and killed while on a visit
to Mrs. Brazil, a widow, whom he intended
marrying. The assassin escaped.
A big hailstone storv from Dallas, Texas
says " they ranged from the size of :
nuts to base balls, and many still larger,
were picked up, measuring over ten inches
in circumference." As might be expected,
great damage was done.
Nathaniel Northup, who died at Louisville,
aged G8, had been a passenger agent
for over forty years, first serving in that
capacity for the old stage lines in Ohio,
lie had been connected with the Baltimore
and Ohio road for fourteen years,
with his headquarters at Cincinnati.
The Kentucky House has passed the
Senate bill for a $50,000 conrt house at
Newport. The bill authorizing an appropriation
of $150,000 by the citizens of Newport
and Covington towards the construction
of a new bridge across the Licking
river, has been repealed in both branches
of the legislature.
The U. S. House passed the bill appropriating
for the hungry Indians, chiefly
t'ominches. who are about to break out
for lack of sustenance. The rest of the
day was spent in discussing the tariff. The
Sjnatc spent the day on the bill giving
right of way to the st Louis and San Francisco
Railroad through Indian Territory.
Repor ts of the effect of the recent cold
snap on the fruit in Ohio vary somewhat,
but it is generally believed that the crop
has been badly" injured, if not wholly
ruined. All over the state the fruit has
been in blossom. Some of these blossoms
wore examined yesterday under the
microscope and the germ found to be destroyed.
Farmers report their wheat injured,
but to what extent has not been
Nicholas county tobacco sold this week
for 13 cents.
Tun particulars of the death of Mrs.
Amanda Darnall, of Fleming county, are
thus given by the Democrat:
Since the death of hor husband, Mrs. Damn 11
has been living with a maiden sister on u farm
left them by their father, the late Wm. Cord.
After they had taken possession of the farm,
they built a new dwelling house, and woro getting
along very well. Mrs. Darnall, however,
had been in failing health for some tlmo, and
hor mind was considerably aliected. This was
noticed by her relatives, but they never
thought for a minute that anything serious
would result from It.
On the day mentioned, Mrs. Darnall went to
the well to draw a bucket of water. The well
is situated a short distance from the houso and
is enclosed in a small building, ontranco being;
made into the well irom door in the floor. Going
inside this building, she closed the door behind
her, placed the bucket against it, and
tnon, raiHiug ino uoor, ueijboratoiy lowcrou
herself Into the well and was drowned.
The deceased was under fifty years of ago, and
wan much esteemed by all who knew her.
PILES! PILES! PILES!
A SJuVo Cure Fduifd nl Lust No Ono
A sure cure for blind, bleeding, Itching and
ulcerated piles has been discovered by Dr.
William, (an Indian remedy,) called Dr. Williams'
Indian Ointment. A single box has
cured the worst chronic cases ot twenty-five or
thirty years standing. No one need suffer fivo
minutes alter applying this wonderful sooth-
Ins medicine. Lotions Instruments and
do more harm than good. Williams'
Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the in
tense Itching, (particularly at night alter getting
warm In. bed,) acts as a poultice, gives in.
Htnnt and painless relief, and Is preparded only
for piles, Itching of tho private parts, and nothing
Read what tho Hon. J.t M. ('offinberry, of
Cleveland, says about Dr. William's Pile Ointment;
I have used scores of pile cures, audit
affords me pleasure to say that I have never
found anything which gavo me such immediate
and permanent relief as Dr. Williams' Indian
For sale by George T. Wood or mailed on
Jl ENUY & CO., Sole Prop'is,
62 Vesey Street, N. Y.
SUiii Diseases Cured
IlY Dlt. KKAZIEK'3 MAGIO OINTMENT. Cures
as If by magic, pimples, black hpad or grubs
blotches and eruptions on the face, leaving the
skin clear, healthy and beautiful. Also cures
Itch, barber's itch, salt.rh.eum, tetter.ringworm,
scald head, chapped hands, sore nipples, sore
lips, old ob.xtlnato ulcers and sores, &c.
F. Drake, Esq., Cleveland, O., sullered beyond
all description from a skin disease which appeared
on his hands, head and face, and nearly
destroyed his ej es. The most careinl doctoring,
failed to help him, and alter all had failed he
used Dr. Frazler's Magic Ointment and was
cured by a few applications.-
The first and positive cure for skin diseases
Sent bv mail on receipt of price, fifty cents
HENRY fc CO., Solo Prop'rs,
02 Vesey Street, N. Y.
For blind, bleeding, itching or ulcerated piles.
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment is a sure
cure. Price $1, by mall. For sale by George T.
J)r. Frnzier's Root Bitters.
Frazler's Root Bitters are not a di am -shop
whisky beverage, but aro strictly melicinal in
every sense. They act strongly uptfirthe liver
and kidneys, keep tho bowels open and regular,
make the weak strong, heal the lungs, build
up tho nerves aud cleanse tho blood and system
of every impurity.
For dizziness, rush of blood to the head
tending to apoplexy, dyspepsia, fever and
ague, dropsy, pimples and blotches, scrofulous
humors and sores, tetter, ring worm, white
swelling, erysipelas, sore eyes and for young
men sufleilng from weakness or debility caused
from Imprudence, and to females In delicate
health, Frazler's Root Bitters are especially
Dr. Frazier: I have used two bottles of your
Root Bitters lor dyspepsia, dizziness, weakness
and kidney disease, and they did me niorogood
than the doctors and all the medicine I ever
used. From tho first dose I took I began to
mend, and I am now in perfect hoalth, and
feel as well asl ever did. I consider your medicine
one of the greatest blessings.
Mks. M. Mahtin, Cleveland, O.
Sold by George T. Wood at SI per bottle.
1! ENRY & CO.. Sole Prop'rs,
62 Vesey Street. N. Y.
J NEW EXECUTED Ml
f "AT THE I) AM
T. J. CUBXEY,
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,
dealer In Bath Tubs, Hydrant Pumps, Iron,
ana euu ripe, uioue, Angieana i;neoit vaives,
Rubber Hose and Sower Pipe. All work warranted
and done when promised. Second street,
opposlto Whlto & Ort's, ap3
Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts.
Lkwm Vansn, Proprietor
good cook and laundress and
ono who can do good housework; family
small, good wages, Apply to
a 13 THIS OFFICE.
MOUNTAIN SWEET WATF.lt
PURR ON SEED for sale at J. C. Pecor &r
Co.'s, or at wlmrlboat. ( IU2L) R. FICKI.IN.
OR fiLliFs A small Heer Cooler and Back
Stand, In good condition, apply to
C. ALTMEYER. Jr., Market street.
OK S AXE A second hand olevator.in boot
condition, suitable lor business house.
SAEE A small farm near Maysvlllo.
" Terms reasonable. Apply to
jl02m G. S. JCDD. Court Street.
liANOEThe jeweler, dealrea
HERMANN the public that no has reduced
the price of his celebrated Combination Spectacles
to 2 a pair. Peddlers or. socalled eyo
doctors cannot get them. alOlwd
R. MAIE No, 1 Seed Oats, No. I Corn Tor
; feed. At JOS' II. DODSON'S
10 and '21 Sutton St.
i;OK IJEXT A neat cottage on the Fleming
J? pike. Apply to
LOST! fiOsTI A good fit if yoii
IOST! leave your orders with tho Firth
Ward Tailor. mar.'lltf J. H. WEDDING.
Manufacturer of and Dealer In
Confectioneries. Caiy, CannetL floods,
Fruits, Nuts, Cigars and Tolmcc is. Fresh Bread
every day. Orders solicited and satisfaction
guai anleed. No. ;io West Second street,
Ventilated Egg Case.
Patented February 15, 1881.
Indispenaible to Merchants Shippers
The outside finmeofyilscnrriercontftlnHflve
trays, held in place by fasteners at end of casts,
as .seen in cut. These Trays are constructed in
reversible halves. The above cut shows one
whole ti ay filled ready lobe placed Incase, encu
egg resting In its cardboard socket In such a
manner as to be readily counted, candled, or
transferred from tray to ray, or case to case,
For cold storage this case will store fift dozen
with racks made to receive the half trays, hence
, this Is the cheapest storage case manufactured,
saving largely in space.
Tho manner ot holding the eggs on end pre-
, vents oscillation, addling, or breiwige, and adda
! greatly to their freshness when carried long In
storage. Size of ;i0 dozen No. 1 cases 25x12x14,
weighs :;0 pounds.
PRICES IN CHICAGO.
Shipper's No. 1, 30 tloz. Tns wish Fillers
complete ... 05 1'eiits.
Farmer's A'o, I, IS Ioz. 'ase wi5i Fillers
complete, ... r5 Cents.
Card board Fillers lor refilling? 20t'osi Is.
l." per cent, discount on lots of J(H) cases.
SiutcSieliler's F.tf Tester, t sliliy; G doz.
ut once, saves to bu.yers mmiy
times its cost eucli season.
Hy special ariaugemeiits made- by tho
this case most Railroads will receive
them as fourth class trelght
Tho 18 dozen case made especially for Farmers'
use, sent to any address by exproH, with
out nailing, with full directions lor setting np,
on receipt ol'fiO cents. Every Farmer aud con
sumer (should have one of theso cases.lt will
save its cost every month. Agents wanted in
every county. Address,
(In ordering mention this paper.)
J255md&w 09 South Water St., Chicago.
Musical and Literary Entertainment
Friday Evening, April 14th.
MRS. LOU ROSS' will givo hjr Reading,
by Mrs. Noliu, pianist; Mr. Bloom on flatCt
also a quartette-singer. Rosa Andenion tho
child Prodigy, will recite a number of plecen.
Prices of admission 25c,doors open at 7K o'oloib: