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DAILY EVENING BOLLETIN,
SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 20, 1SS2.
rca"TEiors : The Evening Hui,i,ktin is pub
lished dally, nnd served lreo of posture at 0
cents per week; 23 cenls per mouth; Toceuts
per three mouths : 81.50 per six mouths, and 83
per year, payable in advance.
WTTHE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LAUQBH CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN. OHIO, THAN
AN Y Ol HER PAPER PUBLISHED IN M AYS-VILLE.
"B kicks are now made by machinery at
John Dorsey, of Flemingsburg, bad
two fingers taken off in a cutting box a
few days ago.
The Indiana State Democratic Convention
will be held at Indianapolis, August
2nd, one week prior to that of the Republicans.
At a meeting held by the ministers of
Flemingsburg recently, it was resolved to
vote for no man for office who uses intoxicating
It is rumored that the commission tore-vise
the tariff will consist of Kirkwood,
of Iowa ; Bullock, of Georgia, Oliver, of
Pennsylvania; Ilawes, of Massachusetts
and Porter, of Pennsylvania.
The directs that after
the 1st of July, all letters on which
full postage has been prepaid, instead of
being forwarded to the dead letter office,
shall be held by the postmasters of all letter
carrier or free delivery offices, and the
.address informed by postal card that it is
only necessary to remit the postage due
to receive the letter.
The Ways and Means Committee of
congress on Thursday heard the reports of
the appointed to investigate
the changes made by John D. White,
of Kentucky in connection with the
bonded period whisky bill. The report
was unanimous and exonerates General
Raum, commissioner of the Internal Revenue
from imputations made against, him.
Col. Johnson, the jailer, of Clark county,
was indicted at the last term of the Cir
cuit Court for neglect of duty in permitting
Henry Boone, a prisoner, to go about
the streets instead of confining him in the
jail in pursuance of his sentence. The
trial came offlast week, and the jailer was
found guilty and his office adjudged to be
vacant. This is the way to secure fidelity
in such county offices.
The Bulletin frankly admits that it is
not thoroughly acquainted with the rules
and ways of racing associations. It therefore
asks for the following information : Is
it customary for racing organizations to
exclude from their grounds all newspapers?
Is it also customary for such associations
to refuse to the press information
from the racing record ? These are a few
points upon which we needenligtcnment.
We do not doubt that Mr. DeGarmo,
the Chicago party, made his contract
for the high privileges he enjoyed, with an
officer of the Association, or that he paid
the money due for the same to the Club's
treasurer. Nor have we a in' criticism to
make about his doing so what we desire
to know is this. Who was interested in
the profits realized from the advertisements
printed on the card that was sold
for ten cents. Was any of the profits
made received by the printing office of tho
Association's secretary or bv any person or
persons connected with it. Or 'in other
words, were all the other advertisements
of the city excluded for the benefit of any
person or persons connected with tho
printing office of the Secretary ? That'is
what what we want to know.
In a riot among white miners of Alaska
a number were killed.
Gloason's knitting mill, Seneca, X. Y.,
burned; loss, $100,000.
The Irish judges protest against the proposed
abolition of trial by jury.
A tornado worked destruction in the
southwestern corner of Arkansas.
Amos Thatcher, sr., was fatally injured
by the fall of a barn at Frankfort, Ind.
Evictions of tenants for non-payment of
rent have been resumed in many parts of
a. poncy oi retrenenment nas oeen oi
necessity adopted by the Cincinnati Firo
A steamer burned in the river St. Lawrence,
opposite Green island, and three of
the crew perished.
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Two first class carpenters, will
WANTED best wages and furnish work for
the season. J. R SOUSLEY,
nilflUtd Contractor &c
T.10K KENT-Two Cottages in fifth ward.
Jr Apply to MRS. S. M. OILMORE, Fleming
NAI-.E Horse 4 years old and broke to
1 harness. Sired by Bald Chief, dam said to
bo granddaughter of Lexington. Apply to
18.Jtd H . R. BIERBOWER, 39 Market St.
ion sale-Two good
A renort is flvin"1 around Dublin that Thursday HUDSON Sanford.
i.i "!""i ii .i" "r "I I Friday ANDES-C. Muhleman.
and are now on the way to the "United
Amount of fire risks written in this
country by all companies during 1881, $S,-582.021.754,
an increase for the vear of
Mrs. Rachel Tompkins, the only surviving
aunt of G'en. Grant, being'his father's
sister, died at Cedar Crove, near
Charleston, AV. Ya.
The Indiana State "Women's Christian
Temperance Union Convention adjourned
at Indianapolis, yesterday, after electing
officers for the ensuing year.
Lrvi Preston, a farmer living eight miles
below Memphis,was assassinated by two
men, it is supposed John Clarke and Jas.
Cothran, whohave been arrested.
At Ml. Vernon, HI., a young man named
Charles W. Yost, well and favorably
known, was m urdered by R. A. Smith,
Town Marshal, who Has fled to tho woods.
Reports from Egypt of Wednesday's
eclipse of the sun report a fine comet near
the orb of day. Valuable photographs of
the eclipse wero taken. There were indications
of a lunar atmosphere.
The strike of the Milwaukee cigar makers,
who have now been out for twenty-seven
weeks, has cost the National Union
$50,000. Of this amount $4,000 was furnished
by tho Cincinnati unions.
The boiler of the passenger steamer
American Eagle exploded Thursday near
Kelley's Island, Lake Erie, while she was
bound from Sandusky to Put-in-Bay.
Three of the crew were killed, the en
gineer fatally scalded, and five passengers
J. "y. Whaley, Sr., died near Bethel,
!Batti county, in the ninety-second year of
his' Age. He had never been twenty miles
from home in his life.
lots In the
F West-end. on the Maysvllle and Blue Run
turnpike. Also, two frame dwellings on Grant
street. Apply to M.F. MARSH, Court street.
.i. .u. Jiiiwtviua wuaaiiui una iwiuibu ul , j ST1 osT! good fit if you
Hernando, Miss., bv John Payne. Thei JU do not leave your orders with the Fifth
murderer escaped. War.d Tailor. marSltf J. H. WEDDING.
Robert Brecken ridge, near Lebanon, ,
Ivy., committed suicide on account of the
loss of $15 by a robbery. '
There is a fierce war raging
olis, among the ice dealers, and a severe
cutting of rates has begun. ;
The village of Marcilly, France, burned. -Eighty-four
houses were destroved and
G50 persons made homeless.
A Frenchman killed himself Thursday
in the Protestant Episcopal Church of the '
Annunciation, New York.
At the Louisville races Thursday, O'eon, .
Duke of Kent, Fatinitza, Kate Creel add
Judge Burnett were winners.
Helen M. Sloctim, woman's suffrage orator,
is dead ; also, Lieut. Walker, U. S. A.,
chief of tho Life Saving Service.
Ex-Secretary Blaine is said to have made
$300,000 by investing in a Colorado mine
which he sold in London recently.
James Emmert, butcher, suicided by
shooting himself through the head at a
saloon on High street, Columbus, O.
A fisherman at Koscrusko (Indiana)
lake was bitten on the arm by a rattlesnake,
and his life is is despaired of.
The opinion is expressed that
cinnati Musical Festival is superior to the
one given in New York two weeks ago.
The Chicago gambling houses are all outboard.
open again, ana some ot them running
more attractive establishments than ever.
Chicago friends of Moody and Sankey '
RS. M. W. COULTER has reonened
Sat'y EMMA GRAHAM H.Knowles.
Freight received on Mc-,
Co.v's wharfboat. foot Main
st.. at an nonrs. J. anearem ivim
& Co.,Roase & Mosset, Agents.
1tjL:HILL HOUSE and is prepared t furnish
board by the day or week. Meals furnished to
transient customers at any hour during the
THOROUGHLY competent teacher desires
A to give less- n on the Violin, on reasonable
terms. For particulars apply at
mayCtfd THIS OFFICE.
For Riploy. Dover, llijrfriiisporf,
t'ltilo, Foster, Moscow. New
Kielmiond nnd Cincinnati.
DIOKMNG 91 AIL E. S. MoitGAX, Master
F. A. Buyson and Rouy McCalt,, Clerks.
ccri j Leavine Alavsvll o at 11:30
.lu. in. Arriving at Cincinnati
at 5 p. m.
VuiiecburK', Koine. Concord, ITCnnclies
ter nnd inysville lnily Pncket,
HAXl) BittrcK Redden, Capt.
R. L. Clerk.
Leves vuucemirg aauy at
5 o'clock a. in. for Maysvllle.
Leaves Maysvllle at 1:30 p. m
Goes to Ripley Mondays. Wednesdays and
Friday. Connects at Manchester with stage
for West Union. For freight or passage apply
Cincinnati, Wheeling and Pittsburg.
DAILY 5 P. M.. PACKET LINE.
are signing a reqiest to them to come! J.N. Williamson, Sup't, Office
lirtmrk on1 liVIrl o capinonf tv.nalinrra in flinf ' MondaV SCOTIA b . Mlirattn.
4 ruD, Lan g.
;.Yt.7 ..v.i.o "'" j Tuesday List.
cltV. Wed'y KATIE STOCKDALE.-Calhoon.
Cincinnati, ForiHincistli, 111 Smitly A
1'oincroy Packet Company.
John Kyle, Pres. H. E. GitKENE.Sec.
L. Glenn, Treas. W. P. Walkek, Jr., Agent.
C. and O. II. R. Packet fok Huntington.
FLEETWOOD-Daily, i P.
For Pomeroy and All Way Landings.
OHIO Mondays, Thursdays, 5 P. M.
TELEGRAPH Tuesdays, Fiidays, 5 P. M.
POTOMAC Wednesdays, Saturdays, 5 P. M.
Portsmouth, all Mall and Way Landings.
BONANZA, Tues'ys, Thurs'ys, Satur'ys, 12 M.
Maysvllle, All Mall and Way Landings.
MORNING MAIL Daily. Leae Cincinnati
7 a. iM. Maysvllle. 3 P. M.
Freight received on wharf-
boat, loot of
I'mtceburff, Itlny.svillc nnd Cincinnati
W. P. THOMPSON H. L. Redden, Capt.
Moss Tayloh, Purser.
H. Redden and A. O. Mokse, Clerks.
wharf-,4 ?TnlV i
Broadway. C. Qfesfefj
Leaves vanceuurg Sundays,
Tuesdays aud Thur&days.
iLeaves Cincinnati Mondays.
Wednesdays and Fridays. For freight or passage
apply on board.
BEAD with CARE.
Malta Double Shovels, $3.25,
Walking Cultivators $18 to $21.
Riding " $25?
Hay Rakes, $18 to $22.
Combined R. & M. dropper, I bar,
Combined R. & M. Self Rake, I bar,
Self Binders, $225.
J. W. Sparks & Bro.,
OfFer this week Extra Bargains in
an Immense Stock of
Prices Very Low.
O". "ITU". 23,x liQcfc Bro.,
WE ARE SELLING
UULL STANDARD, good style PRINTS at 5
cents a yard. Full'stock of SUMMER DRESS
GOoDS, PARASOLS and FANS,
my 101 y BURGESS & NOL1N,
7 t?Z 4 'Jr
- I! J vfJ.'rr JLr j
"Should Owl-ed Acfluaintance Da Forgot"
It is the greatest pleasure we have in doinc'
business to sec our customers return again and.
again. It shows our goods are satisfactory.
People come from lone distances to trade
with us, and why should'nt they, when we
sell goods so much cheaper than other dealers.
WK ARE SELLING
Uovs' Sailor Suits (with knee pants) at $1.69,
"2, $2.50, $3, 4 $5.
Bows' Tacket Suits (with knee pants) at
"$ii75 2 3 $4. $5.
Bows' Long Tant Suits, Age 9 to 13 g,
'$6, $7. ,
Boys' Long Pant Suits, Age 13 to 16 $6,
In our fine goods department; can be found
the finust fabrics known to the trade.
WK ARE SELLING
Men's all Wool Suits, 8, $IO, $12.
Stylish Business Suits, $15, $18, $20.
Elegant Dress Suits, $z8, $20, $23,
White Vests from $1,00 up.
Dusters from $1.00 up.
Alpaca Coats from $X.5o up.
When you visit the May JfutfcttZ Festival,
please make our store your headquarters. Wc
will care for your packages and bundles with
James Wilde, Jr., & Co.,
Cor. Fourth and Vine Streets.
A. D. WILDMAN, Manager.
LOOK AT THIS!
to close out my business. I liavo
WISHING the price of many articles. I
have a lull stock of goods, and offer thorn at tho
lowest price; eltbor Wholesale or retail. Call
PERSONS desiring a delightful surbutbau
,homo,wouU not fall to be suit d, by calling
on me, as I wish to sell
whore I now reslde.tfTerms easy.
UmlSd&wlin A. J. McDQUOLR.