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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
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THURSDAY EVE., MAY 18, 1882.
wTjums : The Evening Bulletin Is pub
lished dully, and served Ireo of postage at 0
cents per week; 25 cents per month; 75 cents
pqr three mouths : 91.50 per si
pev year; payable in advance.
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x months, and S3
aarTUB evening bulletin has a
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY,
CHESTKR AND AHERDEEN, OHIO, THAN
AN YOIHER PAPER PUBLISHED IN MAYS-VILLE.
There were 175 new cases of small pox
at Oincinnvti Inst week.
A majority of the tariff commission it
is thought, will be avowed protectionists.
Six thousand Swedish and Norweigan
emigrants have sailed from Hull for the
The "Ways and Means Committee are
emphatically in favor of the bill limiting
the term of collectors to four years.
, Guiteau seems to recognize the gravity
of the situation as far as the law is concerned
and now rests his hopes in executive
The amount apppropriated by the river
and harbor bill this year, will exceed fifteen
millions of dollars, a decided increase over
last year's appropriation.
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The North Elkhorn sales of fine blooded
stock came off Monday at Lexington,
thirty-eight yearlings were sold at an average
price of $724, netting $27,530.
'John V. Dorsey, the Star Router was
araigned in Court, at Washington, on
Tuesday, and pleaded not guilty. He gave
bail for his appenrance in the sum of $10,-000.
The tariff commission bill turns over to
an irresponsible body of men, a duty
which should be performed by congress,
it is filibustering scheme of the republicans.
The House Committee on Education
and Labor has reported a bill appropriating
$10,000,000 a year for five years
for schools, to be apportioned among the
States and Territories on the basis of illiteracy.
The Commercial says the speech of Col.
Jacob at Lexington brought some Democrats
to reflection. That speech always
does bring some Democrats to reflection,
but it is decidedly unfavorable to Colonel
Hon. Richard Eeid, of Mt. Sterling,
candidate for Judge of the Superior Court
of this district is spending a few days in
this. His chances for the nomination are
good from what we learn. The only opposition
he has is Judge O'Hara, of Covington.
Mn. .Bonn, a philanthropic member of
the New York legislature, has introduced
a bill entitled "An act to promote virtue""
Mr. Bobb's plan to bring about this
rable consummation is to permit women
to vote. In view of the fact that there are
many instances on record of men whose
virtue has not been promoted by exercising
the right of suffrage, the plan does not
The Courier-Journal &ays :
inents for the lease of the Richmond
.branch of the Kentucky Central have
finally btffcn consummated. The lease is
perpetual one and the annual rental is $24,-000.
The Kentucky Central, in order to,
make connection' with the Knoxville
will now have only to build from
"Winchester to1 Richmond. By the terms
of the lease the rates are to be the same
from Richmond to Louisville as to Cincinnati.
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Hickman, Ky., has suffered a $25,000
Two hundred Chicago tanners are a on
Ten stores and dwellings were burned at
Pamplin, Va.; loss, $35,000-
Four. Chicago fishermen were drowned
in Wolf Lake, near Slieilield, Ind.
Forty housesabout half the village of
Danville, Quebec, burned ; loss, 150,000.
William Leddington, a Pan Handle
brakeman, was killed by the cars at Cube,
Mrs. Sergeant Mason has received the
Philadelphia Press Fund, amounting to
At Cartersville, Ga., the committee of
independents unanimously indorsed Alex.
Wool of this season's crop is coming
into Millersburg, 0., and selling at thjrty
cents a pound.
The nomination of S. P. Carter for Rear
Admiral of the Navy, has been confirmed
by the -Senate.
A German named Oswold Spitznagle
was found hanging in the woods near;
At Pottsville, Pa., the puddlers of Fish-1
Sl'RtXG MKETrNG '
Mnysvillc Trolling Association, Horses
Will be Called at 1:M and Races Commence
Promptly at 2 p. in. Each Day
THIRD .DA V, TIIiptSDAY, MAY, 13,
NO. 5, FOR M:20 HORSES.
1. Chas. F. Kennedy, Rush vllle, Iud., b m
Bull, dam Sllvorella, by Pilot, jr.
2. Allen Bashfoid, Purls, Ky., ch g London,
by AlambrlnoPatchon. dam by Edwin Forrest.
3 M. M. Hedges, Nowburg, N. O., br g St.
Rome, by Volun teer.
4. .lonn apian, Cleveland, u.. u m .Lauy
Brownell, by Almont.
5. Alden Goldsmith, Washingtouvillc, N. Y.,
bm Una, by Almont.
u. a. u. uooic, Macon, wa., o m uosa wiiKes,
by GeOrgo Wilkes, dam Maud Patchen.
C7,ASS NO. 0, FOR 2:50 HORSES.
1. Jas. F. Gusnell, Laurel, Ind., b s Commander,
by Blue Bull, dam by Davy Crockett.
2. J. U'Nell, jr., Lexington, Ky.,
Powell, by George Wilkes.
3. J. M.Diokorson, North Vernon, Indb m
Bronze, by Morgan Messenger, dam Denmark.
4. E. W. Ay res, Ducker's Ivy., b g Fulcrum,
by Barton, dannSalllo B.
5. Dick Young, Maysvllle, Ky., r in Sequel,
by Strathmore, dam Davy Crockett,
6 Thomas Mahonoy, Lexington, Ky., ch g
Borate, by Belmont, dam Black Rat.
7. J. H. Oglesb.v, Rush county, Ind., b m Bay
Mare, by Goldsmith's Abdullah.
8. Alden Goldsmith, Wushingtouvllle. N. Y
b s Barrett, by Chester Chieftain.
9. J. D. Oden, Columbus, Ga., b in Maud T..
I 10. E. F. Goers, Columbia, Tenn., b g Dr. Nor
man oy aeons nigntone.
back Rolling Mills are out for an advance fourth day, Friday, may 19, 1SS2 class no. 7,
of j Fon 2:8S "ses.
fifty cents per ton.
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It is reported that Laubatand Turnbull, j by George Wilkes, dam Whip Clay,
of the Union Club, of New York, are in 2. R.c. Pate, St Louis, :io.,b mRigolette, by
T)pl)iwrp in n rlnol Exchequer, dam Belle Gentry.
to a UUU.
3 Dr LucuSi Chicago, III., Lady Lucas, form-
Dr. II. H. Hubbard, Surgeon General of, erly Princess,
the Confederate Army, died at San Fran- G4' ftHf erson, Madison, ind, bm Inn
Cisco Monday, aged fifty-five. ' 'i John Kelloy, Chicago, 111., b s Highland
ViVk wplUrnnwn flnriaf nf by Mambrino Patchen, dam
nick, en-Know n llorist, ot
laud winfleld, by Edward Everett.
ter, N. Y., and the largest dealer in flow-' o V. H. Wilson, Cynthlaua, Ky., b g Keuo,
ers in the world, is dead, aged sixty-three, by Magic, dam Black Jell.
0i , . ' ' ., , , 7. J.H. IIluchman.Glenwood, Ind.,bg
Stewartsville, Mo., twenty miles east of erly. by Blue Bull.
St. Joe, is in ashes. Thirty-seven houses, - George J, Goed. Cincinnati, O., g m Belle G.,
including every business house,are burned. . S?H?Withers, Russellviiie. Ky, ch m Lil-
It is reported that Father Hayes, of Han, by Almont, dam LUUe Shields.
Chariton, Iowa, defended the Cavendish ' CLASS NO-8. '" 2:17 horses.
assassins from his pulpit in the Catholic ,J-.Jn?ob Hinsdale VinclnuatI' " b g DecU
oJmw.li Q,,n,i Wright, by
Ciiuicli, buntlay. 2. C. B. Harvey Cincinnati, 0., br s Voltair,
The Indiana Grand Encampment I. O. , Tattler, diim Young Portia.
8 M M. N. b J. B.
i,i Hedges, Newburg, C,
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O. F. and convention of the Woman's Thomas, by Lady Hopper.
Christian Temperance Union met at Indi- 4. Alden Goldsmith, Washington vllle, N. Y.,
anpolis, Tuesday. S A1Ier' y Volunteer.
Joseph M. Hawkins, a prominent PERSONALS.
chant of Hernando, Miss., was probably j . . ' ;
fatally shot at that place by a drunken ""Miss Mary Porter Warder, of the Mays-,
farmer named John Payne. j ncl neighborhood, is visiting the family of
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recent cyclone at McAllister, Indiana Ter-
ritory,' foots up one hundred and twenty. '
(Ji these htteon are dead.
In the case of Ring Theater fire, Vienna,
director Janner, Herr Nitsche and Herr
Geringer were found guilty of negligence.
The othei'S were acquitted.
There are reports of arragements for the
marriage of Princess Beatrice, Queen Victoria's
youngest daughter, to Prince Frederick
William, eldest son of the Landgrave
Theodore Lanning, a prominent merchant
of Gilmoi'e, 0., was badly and probably
fatallv beaten by a father and son,
named Kail, who disputed an account
held against them by the merchant.
Two persons supected of being implicated
in the Dublin assassination were reported
to be on board the steamer Scythia,
which arrived at New York Tuesday, but
it was impossible to learn anything definite
on the subject.
The fifth Cincinnati Biennial May Festival
was brilliantly opened Tuesday.
for some reason sang much better
than she did in New York. The hall was
crowded, and the fear that the festival
would npt pay expenses has been dissipated.
Monroe II. Rosenfeld, author of the
song ' See that my graves 'kept green,"
and other popular music, was sentenced
in the United States Court at Indianapolis
to two years' hard labor in the Northern
Prison, for passing a forged postal
SrEWifcN W. Dorsey. an indicted thief,
is still secretary of the republican natipnal
committee. Deriyer Tribune
AT'the Methodist Conference, aat Nash-v
jllo,, the Committee pn Revisal submitted
a repprt recommending; that -a chapter be
inserted in the discipline to prohibit engaging
in promiscuous dancing, either in
private or public exhibitions, or visiting
the theater, the opera or circus.
Mrs. George Burrows, of this city.
Mrs. Dr. Allen, of Tilton, Ky., is visiting
her parents in this city.
Hon. James Blackburn, of Frankfort,
was in Maysville, yesterday.
Mr. J. H. Lawwill, of Georgetown, Ohio,-was
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis, of New
Richmond, Ohio were in Maysville yesterday,
attending the races.
Mrs. D. E. Fee, of New Richmond, Ohio
is visiting friends in this city.
Mrs. Cyrus Russell leaves to-night by
the steamer Ohio, to visit relatives at
Pomeroy and Athens, Ohio.
Mr. J. R. Sousley has recovered from
his recent illness and is out again.
Mr. F. W. Armstrong of Hillsboro, Ohio,
is in the city.
Dr. W. II. McGranaghan, jr., and Mr.
T.F; Woodson, of Youngstown, Ohio, are
in the city.
Hon. Clark Bascom, of Bath county,
Otto Holstein,vEsqv of Paris, and Col. T.
A. Respess, of this city, were the judges of
the races Wednesday.
Msssrs. Allen Bashford, of Paris, Crit.
Davis, of Harrodsburg, and E. F. Geers,
of Georgia, acted as timers Wednesday.
The genial Ches. Craycraft, of Bath
county, is here greeting old friends and
taking in "the races." Ches. was formerly
a citizen of this county. - 'r
Mr.;T. W: Ewinrot Ottingsville, Ky., the
welPkii'own breeder of fine horses, lis in the
city, and has for sale several very
QNE.thou8anJ eight hundred and fifty?
eiglit bills and jolnf Yedolutidna
have been introduced in Jthe Senate, and
0,153 bills and 107 joint resolutions in the
j. W. Sparks & Bro;,
Oiler tfifs week Extra Bargains in
an Inimerise Stock of
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Prices Very Low.
J". T7S7". vSs Bro.,
mlSlw.d. : Market Street
WE ARE SELLING
TULL STANDARD, good style PRINTS at 5
cents a yard. Full stock of SUMMER DRESS
GOoDS, PARASOLS and FANS.
mylOly . BURGESS & NOL1N,
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"Should Owl-ed Acauaiiiiance lis Forgot."
It is the greatest pleasure we have lndolnc1
hustness to sec our customers return again and
again. It shows our goods are satisfactory.
People come from long distinces to trade
with us. and why shoulu'nt they, when we
sell goods so much cheaper than other dealers.
" WE ARE SELLING
Hoys' Sailor Suits (with knee pants) at$I.6,
$2, $2.50, $3, $4 $5.
Boys' Jacket Suits (with knee pants) at
i.75 $2 $3 4i $5.
I?ovs' Long Pant Suits, Age 9 to ia $5,
Hoys' Long Pant Suits, Age 13 to 16 $6,
Tn our fine goods department can be found
the finest fabrics known to the trade.
WE AUK SELLING
Men '5 all Wool Suits, 8, $IO, $12.
Stylish Business Suits, $15, $X8, $20.
Elegant Dress Suits, Sl3, $XOt $22,
"White Vests from $1.00 up.
Dusters from $1,00 up.
Alpaca Coats from $l.5o up.
When you visit the May Musical Festival,
please make our store your headquarters. We
will care for your packages and bundles with
James Wilde, Jr., & Co.,
Cor. Fourth and Vine Streets.
A. D. WILDMAN, Manager.
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LOOK AT THIS!
"iMrlSRING to closo out'niylVusiuelis. Ihavo
Yf reduced tho nrlce of many articlefl. A
bave a lull stock of goods, aud offer thorn at tno
lowest price; .either WUolosale or retail. Call
and see,. . kV. n ..- ! l r
dealrig a dellghtlul surburban
;hom,w6ale HQftall tioaaaltc by calllug
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on me, as I VlrfU to tfoll
where I now reside,
Terms easy. , , ,