Newspaper Page Text
. (J 7
DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, !
THURSDAY EVE., M AY 18, 1882.
AD VEKTISINtt RATES.
One inch ,
Miss Nellie Burkk weighs one hundred
'an$ ten pounds.
6ne hundred tknd 'forty pounds.
She hasiiddeV nineteen 'races and has
never been beaten. Her earnings last
year amounted to about $3,000.
.uocaj notices ten cents a Hue; subsequent
Insertions five con Ls aline.
Wants, throe lines, ten cents, subsequent Insertions
Special rates where advertisers use both the
dally and weekly. vv
Ono inch In the Daily Bulletin for one
year costs 55, and for six months but $3.
To reach the people at the traok,
Business men of sense
Will put their "ads" upon a nole
And poke 'em through the fence.
' For all the papers In the town,
Have now beyond a doubt,
By Trotting Club returning board
Been coolly counted out.
The river is falling.
railway would be of service
There was a great amount of drunkenness
in the city last night.
Mr. Wash. Flanaghan, of Sharps!) urg,
dropped dead on Tuesday.
Detective Wappeistein, of Cincinnati,"
was in Maysville, yesterday.
The barrooms and the hotels are reaping
a rich harvest as the result of the
Several pistols were fired last
from the steamer Laura L. Davis, during
No "hand-bills" to-day. We suppose
therefore the Trotting Association has
nothing new to announce.
Mr. J. T. Thomas, of Higginsport, Ohio,
and Miss Mamie Clary, of Vanceburg,
were married at Aberdeen yesterday.
The pickpockets the police officers think,
have left town. It would be wise however
to continue to keep a lookout for them.
See J. F. Brodrick's insurance announce-in
ent elsewhere. He represents some of
the most reliable companies in the world.
The Kentucky Association has decided
to charge ladies the same as men for admission
to the races at Lexington hereafter.
The old reliable steamer Handy to-day
and during the remainding days of the
races will make trips every half hour to
At the Woodburn sales last Saturday,
near Lexington, fifteen colts sold for $22,-350,
and twenty-two fillies, for $15,195.
Keene, of New York, paid. $3,800 for a sister
' If the Trotting Club had not refused access
to the records we should have furnished
the programme in full of each day's
racing free. As it is visitors are obliged to
pay 10 cents for each programme.
The building in East Maysville occupied
by W. B. Mathews & Co., as an office
has. been moved across the street to J. H.
"Wedding's lot, and will be used as a tailor
shop, He. will build an addition to it
: : ..; i u
Red Cros8 ami Umilnlln Winners in Uio
2:80 and 2:21 Classes Respectively.
The weather yesterday, was favorable
for th6 races, which were spirited and interesting.
There was a good attendance
though the crowd present was not so large
as on the opening day. The first race 2:30
class, was for the club purse of $800. First
horse, $400, second, $200,third $120, fourth,
$80. In harness, mile heats, best three in
five. There were eight entries and eight
SUMMARY FIRST HEAT.
Red Gross 1
Mattio Graham 2
Belle of Kings ..-. 3
Katy D 5
Zulu .-.:: ::. .- 0
Bliss ,....,.; 7
Monitor : ; 8
Red Cross 1
Novelty , 2
Mattle Graham 3
Katy D 4
Belle of Kings 7
Red Cross 1
Bliss , 3
Katy D .-. 4
Mattie Graham 5
Belle of King
First money, Red Cross, second, Novelty,
mini, Jiaiue uranam, lourtn, wattle urahain.
The second race, 2:23 class, was for same
purse as above.
SUMMARY KIUST HEAT.
Urialalfa .'. .".:.
Big John : t 3
Uualalla '. 1
Bi John 2
Leontine 1 f.. , ," T a
Middlesex '. ....; 4
- ' - Time, 2:20. ,
Leontine , 1
Big John 2
Unn'lnlla..?. 7. :.....:.7r. .'. '. 1
Big John ...jr......:. .. 2
First money; unalalla,' "second, Leontine,
third, Big John, fourth, Middlesex.
1 Sales or Lauu.
The following changes in the ownership
of land have been recorded at the office
of the Clerk of the County Court since
our last; report :
Robert Perrine and wife to H Wall Smoot
2 acres and 13 poles of laud on Tuckahoe Ridge:
S B Riley and wife to David Hechinger, un-divided
half Interest in the slaughter house
property below the city; consideration, S4.00 .
W P Ray to J T Suit 18 poles of land near
Sarah Williamson to L S Day, one aero of
land In Rectorville; consideration, S200.
The dates for the following fairs of this'
state have been agreed upon :
Richmond, August 8th.
Sharpsburg. August 15th.
;Cynthiana, August 22d..' ,
Loxlugton, August 29th.
Paris, September 5th.
Falmouth, September 12th.
Maysville, September 10th.
The Methodist Conference atiXfishville,
elected five additional Bishops Alpheus
W. Wilson, of the Baltimore Conference ;
Dr. C. Franbarryr Professor in Vanderbilt
University; Dr. A. T. Haygood, of Georgia;
Rev. R. K. Hargrave, of Tennessee, and
Dr. Linens Parker, of 'New' Orleans.
The Maysville Trotting Club yesterday
refused a representatives of a Maypvillei pa,-;
per. the privilege'of taking
trotting'record book, A Chicago .party he
was informed, had bought the exclusive
privilege. This is about ag'nean ajjcLill
liberal as theuj exliide 'jihjwritle
njBwapapersro.m tbGjgrouncL. Jhe TJrpf;
ting A'ssociatidn hridbr'ftre present man-'
agement does not deserve the encouragement
of Maysville people.
'Hon. Clark Bascom, of Bath county, Since the landing of Columbus the
and Col. A. W. Hamilton, of Montgomery, Equitable Lifo is the only company that
are hore attending the races. It is rumored
that Mr. Bascom will be an aspirant in
the race for congress, next fall. CoL Ham
ilton is the largest tobacco grower in the
blue grass region.
The Great Eastern Specialty Combination
will present an entire change of
this evening. The admission
price has been reduced to 50 and 25 cents.
The entertainment will be a good one.
There will be, a grand sparring exhibition
in full ring costume between Messrs.
Crimmens and Dovle.
The Court of Appeals has dismissed the
appeal of Isaac Turner, sentenced to be
hanged at Lexington. The case attracted
much attention some time ago as the
record was filed on the day set for the
execution. The clerk refused to file the
record and the court convened one hour
before the time to grant the appeal.
will be banged.
Newspapers containing the advertisements
of the Maysville business houses,
if circulated among the crowd at the race
track will have to be smuggled through
cracks in the fences as there is a rule of
the Association forbidding the circulation
of Maysville papers on the grounds, and
111 1 ff I.,
yet me ousiness men 01 iViaysvuie are
expected to help the race boom aloug.
A RETunx to the old plan of apprenticing
boys to trades is being advocated. The
hosts of young men in every large city
whoapply foremployment and fail to get it,
for the reason that they cannot truthfully
say that they are educated or especially fitted
for any particular business, constitute a
potent argument inf favor of reform. . Under
theapprenticeslflp system we should
have, fewer' i'gnorant mechanics and incompetent
business meu. A trade is half a
has accumulated as much as $44,000,000 in
23 years. Jos. F. Agent,
July wheat ,S 1 21
pork ."....19 22
lard 11 55
" corn nyt
Corrected daily by Q. W. Geisetj, grocer, Second
street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone 8 8 25
Maysville Family 7 50
Maysville City 8 00
Mason County 7 50
Ellzavllle 7 25
Butter. $ lb 2025
Lard,$tt 14 fa 15
Eggs, $ doz WA
Meal "b peck 7 3u
Buckwheat, i lb ; 4(&b
Molasses, fancy aO
Coal Oil, gal ; 20
.Sugar, granulated tt !!.,
" A.fc lb H
" yellow ty lb 91
Hams, sugar cured "fel b 1516;-
Bacon, breakfast Tft tt Mlo
Hominy, 1 uallon 20
Beans f) uallon 50
Potatoes peck 35040
Since 'tis the fashion to advertise,
Physic' law, and merchandise,
And all mechanics of their kind.
Why should a tailor lag behind?
Therefore, ,L H. Wedding. Is on the spot,
And hopes by ills friends not to bo loigot,
He will theu wait upon those there,
Who wish a garment to piepate.
Thaukful for favors, evon the least.
Which he does hope will bo Increased,
Then call as mentioned u 'he place,
There he'll meet von face to tace.
Give him a call, he'll satisfy
The mot discerning eye ;
He cuts his garments by the square ,
With exquisite neatness, taste uud care,
111 Oltd .
PH ITER'S BOOK STORE.
NOTE PAPEBS AT
Visiting Cards, Pocket Books, Shopping-
Bags, Flower Paper, Plaques and
Holder, Tube and Water Color Paints,
Bl&nk Books and Office Stationery, at
Phister's Book Store.
EVERY ER AND OF INK USED
IN THIS QIT Y AT
Pmnt R. Phistei b