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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
WEDNESDAY EVE., APRIL 26, 1882.
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Wants, three linos, ten cents, subsequent Insertions
Special rates where advertisers use both the
daily and weekly 1
Ono inch in tho Daily Btn.TiKTm for one
year costs 85, and for six months but 83.
JJetwken the woolly elephant,
The monkeys and the clown,
And all tho other circus things,
The placols upside down.
All the wicked sinners heie,
And sprinkling of the just,
Have sworn a great big, solemn oath,
To see the show or bust.
Did you ever see such a crowd in vour
The Durrctt will case ended yesterday
by the will being sustained.
Jacob voters are awful scarce in Mays-ville.
The bait is not tempting enough.
Last weak the greqt Mayslick land
ejectment casp, was thrown out of court.
"He is a gentleman with red hair and a
disposition to run with the Stalwarts."
Such is fame.
The argument in the District Court
over the Guiteau bill of exceptions, will
take place on the 8th of May.
A number of business houses in Mays-ville
have stopped work to-day, to permit
the employes to attend the circus.
Samuel Cooper, a prominent land agent,
living near Portsmouth, in an altercation,
had his nose entirely bitten off by a young
man named Mershon.
Ix the Houso on Monday, the Senate resolution
appropriating $1,000 for the erection
of a monument over the remains of
Judge J. M. Elliott, was adopted.
Messrs. J. W. vVtson & co., will remove
their wholesale liquor establishment
to the house on Second street formerly
occupied by Mr. O. B. Anderson.
The Stalwart Republican guilotine, started
by the pop of that bull-dog pistol, is
working nicely. The baskets in this neigh
borhood may be gotten ready
catch the heads.
Mr. Charles Downing received on Monday
30,000 pounds of tobacco and on Tuesday,
10,0G0 pounds more. For the latter
lot ho paid eighteen cents a pound. It is
said to be
as good as
any ever grown in
The report that Mr. James Heflin had
been removed as Deputy Marshal in this
district and a colored man appointed in
his place, is without foundation. Mr. H,
has receive his commission, executed bond
and is now actively engaged in the discharge
of his duties.
The Bulletin is not trying to crowd
anybody out of tho printing business. "We
reduced prices simply because we thought
they ought to be reduced. They are reasonable
and afford us a profit that we are
satisfied with. If we can make a further
reduction, and. do justice to ourselves, wo
propose to do so. Tho rates of advertising
in the Daily Bulletin have been
It is reported that Capt Ilutchins will
remove the postofiice to Court streot, with
a view of making it more convenient to
Mr. C. P. Shockley, it is said, will have
a news depot at the postofiice.
The postofiice, it is said, will bo in tho
National bank building, others assert that
it will bo in tho Glascock building.
It is reported that Hutchins has grown
at least two inches in height.;
Rumor has it that Mr. Shelby Campbell
will hold an important place under the
new postmaster, and the friends of Duke
Mar'.in, who are legion, say that his claims
will not be overlooked.
The Washington correspondent of the
Courier-Journal utters this wicked slander
of our new postmaster:
"President Arthur put the cap sheaf on his
stock of Kentucky appointments to-day. He
made three Kentucky postmasters James S.
Woods, at Catlettsburg; J. Q. LInney, at Danville,
and Morris O. Hutchins, at Maysville.
Woods is mostly an unknown quantity in
politics; LInney is a member of the State C'en
tnil Committee and has beon n good postmaster
eight years : the cup sheaf is Hutchins. He
was one of tho 308 at Ohicago.and wenrs a brass
collar. Ho Is tho man who was made a guy of
in tno I'.unior tiouse.anuinuuceu to oeiiove
that the Princess Louise, who was in Chicago
at the time of tho convention, was smitten
with his appearance, and by a letter in a disguised
hand led to strut around tho parlors
withared rose In his button-hole for two hours
while four Kentuckians were laughing at him.
He succeeds postmaster Stockton, a good man,
and there was no reason for the change. Hutchins
got a lot of lottery, with the understanding
that he wanted a foreign place, and then turned
them all to account tor tho postofiice. As
many Maysville men as found out the trick
and could do so in timo corrected the error by
withdrawing, but he had the brass collar and
was put through. He is a gentleman with red
hair and a. disposition to run with the
There is ono Kentuckian more distinguished
than he for mental peculiarities, and he is a
member of Congress. The President has distinguished
himself in appointing Mr. Hutchins
Postmaster at Maysville. His glory will come
Points About People Here and Elsewhere.
Col. John B. Poyntz, who has been in
Indiana for some months, is at home
Mr. S. B. Lashbrooke,whe has been here
on a hurried business trip, returned to
Miss Millie Howe, is visiting friends at
Miss Kate Blanchard has returned homo
accompanied by Miss Mary O'Neil, ot
"Woodlawn, near Manchester, Ohio.
Miss Annie M. Miller, who has been
visiting friends near Orangeburg, for a few
days has returned home.
Mr. Charles .Miner and wife, of Kowa-nee,
111., are visiting Mr, S. S. Miner. He
is Mr. Minor's only brother.
Mr. Joseph Norvel, of Carlisle, has gono
to Frankfort to accept a position obtained
for him by Judge Hargis.
Mrs. Thomas Nicholson, of Houston,
Texas, is visiting relatives in this county.
Mrs. Thomas A. Davis, who has been
visiting friends in Maysville, has returned
Lookout' for thieves to-day.
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He Tensed a Lion.
The Cincinnati Enquirer of Tuesday,
An act that was not announced by tho Sella'
Brothers occurred at their circus in Covington
last night. A man named Dr. Tauner was
playing with ono of theuon cubs,when tho animal
suddenly became mad ami grabbed him
by tho hand. The doctor yelled for help, and
madoadesperato effort to iroo himself, but to
no avail. Tho animal held on to his paw liko
grim death, and when assistance arrived ho
had the man's arm nearly all in his mouth.
Hystnudorssay thatthoy could hear the bones
In the man's arm crack a3 tho king of the forest
pressed down on them. The man's cries
soon attracted tho employes of the circus, and
n nunicor of them entered the cage with spikes
and clubs, and alter considerable punching
ami beating they succeeded in compelling the
infuriated boast to loqson ms grip, tub man
immediately fainted, uud had to be carried
from the tent. The arm will lirall probability
have to.bo amputated, as upon examination it
was' found that nearly all the bones wero
crushed. Ills hand was fearfully lasceratoU.
Mrs. Lou. Pearco wishes to say to the
ladies of Maysville and vicinity, that she
will give her grand opening of summer
millinery goods and fancy notions of every
description, during the first week of May,
commencing on Thursday of that week.
All aro respectfully invited.
Having met with a disastrous accident
on the 13th inst., and needing money badly,
we earnestly request those indebted to
the firm of G. W. BJatterman & Co., either
by account or note, to call upon tho tin.
dersigned and make payment without delay.
(a25dawlw) L. C. Blattkumam.
Speaks for Itself.
There are different beers in this market
shipped here from different parts of the
country, and the cost of transportation
and handling of an inferior article, therefore
it speaks for itself that you should
prefer the National Genuine Export Beer.
Call upon Fred. Otto, etc., these parties
have the same constantly on hand. 225t
The river is falling.
Rev. Cadvvallader Lewis, a distinguished
Baptist divine living in Franklin county,
died suddenly on Saturday night last.
At Brooksville, Bracken county, Mrs.
Haley a young woman, has brought suit
against her husband ; Thomas Haley, who
is over seventy years old, for one-third of
his property, which is estimated at $150,-000.
$hoy are now separated having found
it impossible to live together.
Admission to the Races.
The admission prices on the first day of
the races at the fair grounds wlli beas follows
Men Si oo
Ladles ; ?o
Children 10 to 15 years 25
On the succeeding days the prices will
Men 51 00
Boys 10 to 15 years 25
Miss Maria Warder is convalescing.?
The wheat crop is much Injure.
V li Grimes is still poorly.
fr E Myall visited his .son in Cincinnati hut
J A.Jackson and Mrs A G Wilson spent hist
Sunday at Mt Olivet.
Miss Mary Mcllvalne, of Maysville, is
among her relatives and friends uear
W J Jackson Is In Cincinnati this week in the
Interest of hlsmercantile establishment.
Hiram D.vo, Eso., sold lately a line span of
horses to Mr Martin, tlto horseman of Kipley,
O. Price, 8500.
Miss Fannie Burrows, of Maysville, after
spending a pleasant visit with Miss Mario Porter
Warder lett for home Tuosday morning.
Miss Jeannette M Orr Is seriously 111. Wo are I
glad to state, however, that Dr Plekett, of
Maysville, takes a hopeful view of her case.
W J Jackson basin his pntession a living
curiosltyhe has appropriately named it
Is it. Sells Brothers Will cater
to their own Interest by calling to seo It.
Misses Jennie and Nannie Vansant and
Lizzie Hord, of Flemingsburg, and Mltw Lucy
Pearco, of Poplar Plains, visited Mrs William
Thacltston.'lnst week. They are all charming
young ladles unci received much attention.
Tho mortality among the colored populatian
has been great, should tins continue tno
must need Import one before August
for a "nest egg."
Misses Maggie and Bettle Laythnm aro in
Chaileston Bortom, visiting the family ot Mr
W J Keesesold a fine bay horse to Mr. Martin,
of Ripley, O., lor 3175.
S 1 Clarke, our worthy fellow townsman
and druggist, and sold a bay mare to Richard
Wells, the Helena tobacco matt, for 3200.
An enterprising wave, we aro glad to say, has
struck this town. Judge JoliuT. Wilson and
Jonas Myall are each building handsome bay-
windows In addition to their houses. Let us
now have a telephone.
Smith Garrison, a colored Individual of this
place, while going to Mt. Olivet ono night last
week, saw as ho supposed a white ghost on the
fence, he tired at it but said it ran past him and
seared his horse. Tho next day a hole was discovered
In somo white cotton which was used
as a covering for a tobacco bed. Homko.
J W Hlnspn sold a young maro for f 115.
Johule Dlsher purchasod a horso for 1125.
' Young cattle aro 'In demand Just Jhow.and
bringing fine price..
Tho Sunday school is progressing lalrly. At
Zeph Case, who has been quito sick, Is about
Mrs Maria Woodward Is some better at this
Some of our citizens attended the show Wednesday
to see that the babies were well taken
Isaac Insko has commenced the erection of a
large frame stable.
Very little corn has beon planted yet owing:
to the cold weather and bad condition of tho
ground. Somo are not done plowing yot.
Uncle Tommy Konton Is again in our neighborhood.
He is hale and hearty and bids fair
to reach tho one huudreth year of his age.
Elder Tiller did not come to his appointment
here the tfrd Sunday, owing to pressing dutie
at the Theological beminary. He will preach
at Two Lick Church tho 2nd Sunday In May.
Uncle Tommy Kenton says, "he wore an
overcoat for ilfiy years. It was homo made
and he doesn't know how much longer It
would have lasted If the culves hadn't destroyed
Robertson county has surveyed her part of
the proposed turnpike and elected officers.
Now let Mason county whoop up her part and
not 1)0 behind Kobertson.
The fruit Is not all killed yet we think. We
notice Nome apples and plums ullVe. Early
wheat is badly injured, but late wheat is all
right. We predict that if nothing happen
irom this timeon we will have as large a harvest
iik we had last year in tills neighborhood.
Speaking by the Curd.
Several gentlemen were standing on the
corner of Galveston avenue when ono of
moat fashionable ladies of Galveston passed
on the sidewalk.
"Ah !" exclaimed one of the gentlemen,
"what a complexion ! There is nothing to
beat it in Galveston. I am proud of that
husband V" asked' a
"Her father, then?"
"No, sir; I am no relation of Iter's; but I
am proud of her complexion. I am tho
druggist that sold it to her. I make it
myself. Galveston News.
June wheat W 5W
" pork 18 OV
" lard il 'JO
May corn TLx,i
Corrected daily by (i W iJnMKi.,rooer, Second
street, Maysville. Ky.
Limestone i "-
Maysville Fauill 7 7.i
Maysville City ' S -.Ti
Mason County . 7 7.i
Elizavllle Family 7 .VI.
Butter, lb Wtjjtfi
Egs 1 do. 15
Meal " peck :
Turkeys dressed "p ID 1I2
Buckwheat, ty lb xyth
Molasses, fancy M
Coal Oil, " gal 20
Sugar, granulated II u lly.
" yellow $ tr 0tfl0
Hams, sugar curc'l tl) 11(15
Bacon, breaking KU& ill'i
Hominy, "uallon '20
Beans gallon 50
Potatoes "tf peck 10 t
Dried Peaches HV
AT IiKXINO I'ON.lv V.
Tuesday, May 2, Wednesday, May il, Thursday,
May -1, Friday, May 5, Saturday, May
May 8. Tuesday, May !, Wednesday, May
10, Thursday, May 11. Races each day.
J. F. ROBINSON Jk Pres.
TO THE PUBLIC.
RECENTLY I shipped a huge lot of goods by.
the steamer Jou Kinney, from S. Louis for
Kansas City. The boat struck tho bridge at
Glasgow, Mo., and sunk Immediately, causing
a total loss of boat and cargo. It was insured to
the amount of S1.CU0, in tho Continental, of N.
Y., Jos. F. Urodrlck, agent at Maysvlllo, Ky.
About five days ago my statement of loss was
forwarded to ttto Goneral Agent of tho company
at Buffalo, N. Y. To-day I havo a check
for thoamoulit of Insurance. Two things aro
necessary to entitle an insuranco company to
tho confidence of tho public; one Is large
wealth and tho other is honor. The Continental
certainly has both. Call upon the Maysville
agent forsa'e indemnity.
a22d&wlt U. W. BLATTERMAN.
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most approved and
safest rods in use at lowest prices.
sum pies and learn prices at Myall & Riley's