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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 1G, 1882.
Deveke and Burke, equestriennes,
Tho subject of this rhyme,
Quietly huvo flickered out,
And Tailed to come to time.
Tho Trotting Club are badly bored,
Red hot mad nnd fussing,
And for tho race will substitute,
Ten good miles of "cussing."
Tho Running Race Off.
The ten-mile running race will not take
place to-day as announced, owing to the
illness of Miss Lillian Devere, who is on
that account unable to be present. Miss
Burko will arrive by the Morning Mail today,
prepared to carry out her contract
with the Trotting Club. The following
despatch was received yesterday :
LoniaviLTiK, Ky., Mny 15. G. T. Slmonds.
Miss i3urke left lor your city this afternoon.
S. AI. Montgomery.
If Miss Devere should arrive during the
week, it is possible the race may be arranged
for a future day.
Read the new advertisements printed in
the Bulletin to-day.
Mr. Thomas "Woiimald, of Covington,
is in Maysville to-day.
Tjikre are more sunflowers in bloom at
present than ever before.
Ma. James Hexdrixson and family returned
from Covington Monday.
Messrs. Robinson & Co., on Monday,
shipped a car load of bran to Richmond,
A band of four Italian musicians have
been in town for several days. They make
. 'A freestone pavement has been laid
in front of John Zech's saddle store on
Ox account of the failure of the running
race, ladies will be admitted free to the
trotting course to-day.
A silk dress lost from a buggy in East
Maysville, last Saturday night, has been
recovered by Deputy marshal V. B. Dawson.
Mr. "William "Wormald, formerly of
this city, is now head bill-poster for Cole's
great Circus and Menagerie.
One of tho grinding stones tit the Limestone
Flour Mills broke on Saturday, causing
a loss of about $300.
The ladies should not fail to take advantage
of the generous ofler of Miss Lou
Powling, printed elsewhere. For further
particulars read the advertisement.
" My Girl " and Summer Rest,5' are the
names of two very excellent brands of cigars
made at the establishment of Mr. F.
Devine. Those who have tried them say
there are no better cigars, for the money,in
the market. Try them.
Messrs. Myall & Riley, during the
present week, will offer special bargains
in buggies, phaetons, spring wagons, farm
wagons, reapers, mowers &c, of which
they have a large stock, from the establishments
of the leading manufacturers.
You are invited to call and look at the
stock on hand.
J. W. Sparks & Bro., for the present
week ate offering decided bargains in certain
lines of goods which are enumerated
in their advertisement elsewhere. They
are close buyers and close sellers. Their
stock ia large and includes a variety of
goods that tfce public will, be Surprised to
find are so cheap.
Maysville Trotting Association. Beginning
Tuesday, May lGth, ana Ending
Vriilnv. Hfnv 1VIII lo f!ii11nil
at 1:30 nnd Races Continence Promptly
at !J p. m. Each Day Purses $7,400.
FIRST DAY, TUESDAY, MAY 10.
Purses S80U In each class. First horse 8J(y
second 8200, thi id 3 1 '20, fourth $80. In harness,
mile heats, host three in live.
CLASS NO. 1, JTOlt 2:40 HORSES.
1. W. H. Wilson, Gynthtnna, Ky g g Hawthorn
by Bmuggler, darn T. S. Lang.
2. W. A. Jones, Kushvllle, Ind, a in Florence
M.,by Blue Bull.
3. G. H. Withers, Russell vllle, Ky., ch m Lillian,
by Almont, Dam Llllle Shields.
1. Alden Goldsmith, Washington vllle, N. Y.,
b s Wulnut, by Florida.
5. A.B.Cook, Macon, Ga.,bm Bonnie Wilkes,
by George Wilkes, dum by Bob Johnson.
0. E. F. Geers. Columbia, Tenu., g s Wade
Hampton, by Almont, Jr.
CLASS NO. 2, FOR 2:20 HORSES.
1. CrltDavls, Harrodsburg.Ky., blk m Fannie
Robinson, by Blood Chief, dam Norman.
2. R. C. Pato, St. Louis, Mo., b m Lucille, by
Exchequer, dnm pacing mare.
3. Jacob Kumber, Cincinnati, Ohio b g "Deck
Wright, by Hinsdale horse.
4. C. B. Harvey, Cincinnati, br s Voltalr, by
Tattler, darn Young Portia.
5. Alden Goldsmith, Washingtonvllle, N. Y.,
b g Driver, by Volunteer.
0. E. E. Geers, Columbia, Teun., s m Annie
W., by Almont, Jr.
Ten mllo race. One thousand dollavs aside,
between Miss Lillian Devere, ol Caliiornla, and
Miss Nellie Burke, of Nebraska.
SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17 CLASS NO. 3
FOB 2:B0 JIOBSES.
1. T. Pollock , Germantown, Ky., g g Zulu, by
Denmark, dam Dlomede.
2. Wilson & Gllman, Cynthlana, Ky., g g
Monitor, by Strathmoro, dum by Benton's
3. George J. Goed, Cincinnati, ch m Katie D.,
4. C. B. Phlpps, Darbysville, O., br m Bliss, by
5. M. M. Hedges Nowburg, N. C, ch m Novelty
by Gooding's Champion.
C. Alden Goldsmith, Washingtonvllle, N. Y.,
Belle of Kings, by Jupiter Abdullah.
7. G. J. Fuller, Nushvllle, Teun., ch s Red
Cross, by Brigand, dam Dole's Magna Charta.
8. J. A. Batchelor, Macon, Ga., b m Mattle
Graham, by Harold, dam by Mambriuo Chief.
CLASS NO. 4, 2:23 HORSES.
1. Thomas K. Marsh, Maysville, Ky., br m
Leontine, by Hamlet, dam Uettle.
2. Wyntt & Bracken, Greeusburg, Ind., b g Bg
John, by Pilot Duroc.
3. John Splun, Cleveland, 0.,s g Middlesex,
by Seneca Chief.
4. Alden Goldsmith, Washiugtonville, N. Y.,
b m Unolala, by Volunteer.
THIRD DAY, THURSDAY, MAY, 13, 1882 CLASS
NO. 5, FOR 2:2GllOR3ES.
1. Chas. F. Kennedy, Rush vllle, Ind.,b m Mamie,
by Blue Bull, dam Silverella, by Pllpt.Jr.
2. Allen Bashford, Paris, Ky., ch g London,
by Mambrino Patchen. dam by Edwin Forrest.
3 M. M. Hedges, Newburg, N. C, br g St.
Rome, by Volunteer.
4. John Splan, Cleveland, O.. b m Lady
Brownell, by Almont.
5. Alden Goldsmith, Washingtonvllle, N. Y
b m Una, by Almont.
0. A. B. Cook, Macon, Ga., b ra Rosa Wilkes,
by George Wilkes, dam Maud Patchen.
CLASS NO. 6, FOR 2:50 HORSES.
1. Jas. F, Gasuell, Laurel, Ind., b s Commander,
by Blue Bull, dam by Davy Crockett.
2. J. O'Nell, jr.. Lexington, Ky., br g Ed.
Powell, by George Wilkes.
3. J. M.Diclcerson, North Vornon, Ind., b m
Bronze, by Morgan Messenger, dam Denmark.
4. E. W. Ayres, Ducker's Ky., b g Fulcrum,
by Barton, dam SaHle B.
5. Dick Young, Maysville, Ky., r m Sequel,
by Strathmore, dam Davy Crockett,
6 Thomas Mahoney, Lexington, Ky., ch g
Borak, by Belmont, dam Black Rat.
7. J. H. Oglesby, Rush county, Ind., b m Bay
Mare, by Goldsmith's Abdullah.
8. Alden Goldsmith, Wnshiugtonvillc. N. Y
b s Barrett, by Chester Chieftain.
9. J. D. Oden, Columbus, Ga., b m Maud T.,
10. E. F. Geers, Columbia, Tenn., b g Dr. Norman
by Scott's Hlghtono.
FOURTH DAY, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 188?- CLASS NO. 7,
FOR 2:33 HORSES.
1. E.W.Kimball, Littlo Rock. Ark. b g Anglln.
by George Wilkes, dam Whip Clay.
2. R. C. Pate, St Louis, ulo., b m RIgolette, by
Exchequer, dam Belle Gentry.
3. Dr. Lucus, Chicago, 111., Lady Lucas, form
4. Thomas Dickerson, Madison, ind., b m Inn
G., by Blue Bull.
5. John Kelley, Chicago, 111., b s Highland
Stranger, by Mambrino Patchen, dam Highland
Winfleld, by Edward Everett.
G W. H. Wilson, Cynthlana, Ky., b g Keno,
by Magic, dam Black Jeff.
1. J. H. Hlnohman, Glen wood, Ind., b g
by Blue Bull.
8 George J, Goed. Cincinnati, O., g ra Belle G.,
by Joe Corbett.
9. G. H. Withers, Russellville, Ky, ch ra Lillian,
by Almont, dam Lillle Shields.
CLASS NO. 8, FOR 2:17 HORSES.
1. Jacob Kumbor, Cincinnati, 0 b g Deck
W right, by Hinsdale Horse.
2. C. B, Harvey. Cincinnati, O., br s Voltalr,
by Tattler, darn Young Portia.
3 M. M. Hedges, Newburg, N. C, b s J. B.
Thomas, by Sterling, dam Lady Hopper.
4. Alden Goldsmith, Waahinatonville, N. Y.,
b g Alley, by Volunteer.
Mrs. Jacob Brady, living near Carlisle,
was struck by lightning Friday. After lying
for several hours apparently dead, she
shows signs of life and is in a fair way .to
recover. Tho lightningtoro the falls and
floo.rof the house literally to pieces.
Points About People Here nnd Elsewhere.
Miss Annie Davis, of New Richmond,
Ohio, is visiting the family of Mr. 'D. E.
Roberts, jr. .
Miss Lillio Green nnd Miss Lucie- McLaughlin,
of Covington, are tho guests of
Airs. R. Ficklin. v
Cnpt. Grannon of the Cincinnati
with his wife and son, are visiting
the family of Mr. James K. Lloyd.
Mrs. Anna Davis, of Cincinnati, is the
guest of Mrs. John Bullenger.
Miss Ida Applegate, of Ripley, is visiting
the family of Mr. W. B. Mathews.
Mrs. M. D. Bidleman, of Vanceburg
and Mrs. Armstrong and daughter, of Ripley,
are the guests of Mrs. J. C. Lovel.
The Wheeling packet, St. Lawrence,
passed down Monday noon with a large
crowd of excursionists for the May Festival,
which begins to-day at Cincinnati.
The Laura Davisarrived from Cincinnati
last night with a largo list of passengers,
who come to attend the races this week.
The Davis will make hourly trips to the
"fairgrounds" landing,during the races.
W. V. Lvxcn advertises in to-days Bulletin
"a special drive in boots and shoes,"
which means a large reduction in the
prices of his stock. Ho is selling at prices
that defy competition. Gn e him a call.
Frank R. Piiister has just received
one of th most beautiful and tasteful
stocks of ladies' stationery ever exhibited
in this city. He has also a full and choice
line of croquet, chromos, balls &c. Mr.
Phister does a retail business only and is
therefore prepared to supply the wants of
the public in a satisfactory way. A call
is respectfully asked.
Wiluurn' Berry and John Arrosmith,of
Bath county, have on exhibition atPearce,
Wallingford & Co.'s bank, several hands
of very fine tobacco representing their
crop. It was grown near Slmrpsburg and
was sold to J. J. Snioot for $20 a hundred
The Equitable life is the most ropular
company doing business in the U. S.,
which is known by the fact that the new
business for 1881 exceeded by eleven and
a half million dollars the next largest
company. Jos. F. Brodkick, Agt.,
1th I Alii jt.vltlVLl.
Correcled dally by a. W. Geiskl, grocer, Second
street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone 8 H 2.?
Maysville Family 7 50
Maysville City 8 00
Mason County 7 60
Elizavllle , 7 'J5
Butter,?! lb 20'2ri
i ard,feUb (U
Eggs 'ft doz 1820
Mealty peck 30
Buckwheat, Ttf lb tyZ(&f
Molasses, fancy ()
Coal Oil, Tji gal 20
."Sugar, granulated "feUb 11
' A. "ill lb U
" yellow $ lb 91U
Hams, sugar enrol it I'ri0
Bacon, breakfast ib Mi;
Hominy, gallon , 20
Beans H) gallon of)
Potatoes peck 3"1U
' i.c!. .il'.V?. ., ;."; lx
Since 'tis the fashion to advertise.
Physic' law. nnd meielmiid se,
And all mechanics of their kind.
Why should a tailor lag behind?
Therefore, J. T . Wedding, Is on tl e spot,
And hopes by his friends not, to be foro',
He will then wait upon those the o,
Who wish a garment to prepare.
Thankful for favnr, pwmi the least,
Which he does hope will he lnereiiftd,
Then call as mentioned in the phe,
Tnere he'll meet on face ti Iae.
Give him a call, he'll MitNfy
The nrot discernluu eye;
lie cuts nisiMi'ineuts b.s (ho jMn'e,
With exquisite neatness, tate and care,
PHtSTER'S BOOK STORE.
NOTE PAPERS AT
"Visiting Cards, Pocket Books,' Shopping
Bags, Flower Paper, Plaques and
Holder, Tube and Water Color Paints,
Blank Books and Office Stationery, at
Phister's Book Store.
EVERY BRAND OF INK USED
IN THIS CITY AT
Frank R. Phister's.