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DAILY. EVENING BULLETIN,,
SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 20, 1882.
Local notices ton cents a lino; subsequent
Insertions five cents a line.
Wants, throe lines, ten cents, subsequent Insertions
Special rates where advertisers use both the
dally and weekly.
Ono inch in the Daily Bulletin for one
year oosts 85, and for six months but S3.
The curtain's down, the Trotting Club,
Now vamose like a flash,
"With second hand indulgences,
Very cheap for cash.
And we must say, the llaclug Club,
Ungracefully exit, '
But then, that Secretary cute,
Is principally it.
Charles Cox, a son of Rev. J. T. Cox, of
Tollesboro, is ill and not expected to recover.
There will be services at the M. E.
Church, Sourth, to-morrow at 11 a. m.,
and 8 p. m.
Notwithstanding the great crowd here
during the week, there has been very little
The high protective tariff system as
applied to Race Associations is not going
to be popular.
A sturgeon that weighed fifty-one and
a half a half pounds was caught a few days
ago in Licking Riveron a trot line by a
young man named Mitchell, near Park's
Some of the turfmen who were here this
week say there is no better track in the
United States than this, arid that the racing
has been as fine as on any course in
the country this Season.
The regular circulation of the Daily
Bulletin in Maysville and the neighborhood
is five hundred copies. As it goes
every day, rain or shine, its value as an
advertising medium will be appreciated by
the business men of the citv.
Manager Gabriel announces a matinee by
his troupe at the opera house, this afternoon,
at half past two o'ecock, to which
the admission will be twenty five cents.
A fine programme will be presented. The
company is a really good one and deserves
better patronage than it has received during
its engagement, here.
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Miss Nellie Burke is certainly a daring
and graceful rider, and under the circum
stances, has clone remarkably well. But
for the unforseen failure to appear of the
lady who was to ride against her, she
would have carried out her contract with
the Trotting Club to the letter. As it was
she and the club as well, did all that
could be done under the circumstances.
TVe are informed that the Secretary of
the Trotting Association is going to issue
a card to show that he was not personally
interested in the profits arising from the
sale of that little advortisiug card at the
trotting track that kept all the other advertisements
of j;ho city off the grounds. The
Daily Bulletin is at hiB service for the
publication of the card, which we will add
sKould bd broad enough, in explanatio to
show'that not only he, but no one else connected
witl his printing office, was so interested.
Ah explanation of this kind Will
be aitiafeotory totlie public and no other.
Five Mile Running Race by Miss Nellie
Burke and Mr. Robert Liter Highland
Stranger and J. D. Thomas Winners in
the 2:88 and 2:1 7 Classes Respectively.
Yesterday, the closing day of the spring
meeting of the Maysville Trotting Association,
was bright and beautiful. The sky
was never bluer, the hills greener, nor the
air balmier. It w as a day of all days, and
a fitting one for the winding up of a successful
meeting. The deterred running
race announced by "yaller hand-bills;"
printed at the office of the Associations'
Secretary to take place on the closing day,
brought a larger attendance than usual,
and induced many ladies from the city
and neighborhood to grace the grounds
with their presence.
The ten-mile running race was changed
by the "yaller to "A Big Race,"
and proved to be a five-mile race and a
very tame affair. Miss Burke was badly
mounted but rode well under the circumstance.
Mr. Liter fe an excellent equestrian
and rode in his best style. The time
is as follows :
First mile 2.19
Filth mile 2.31
The first race, 2:33, class waa for a purse
of $S00 ; $400 to first, $200 ; to second,
$120 to third, $80 to fourth. In harness,
mile heats best three in five. There were
nine horses entered and eight started :
Keno .". 18 7
Ilia G 2 1 2
Lillian 3 2 1
Highland Stranger 1 3 1
Rigolette 5 0 5
Anglin 7 7 8
Lady .Lucas 8 0 0 5
Angliu was ruled out on third heat.
and Lady Lueos ruled out on the fourth
heat. Waverly ruled out on fifth heat.
2:21, 2:25K, 2:20, 2:20, 2.20; 2.29,
First money. Highland Stranger, second,
Keno, third, Lillian, fourth, Ina G.
The second 2:17 class race was for same
purse as above. Four horses were entered
and all started :
J. B. Thomas 1
Decic Wright , 3
First money, J. B. Thomas, second, Deck
Wright, third, Voltaire, fourth Alley.
2:30 clas3, for purse of $800. First horse,
$400, second, $200, third, $120, fourth,
$S0. In harness, mile heats, best three in
Florence M l
Bonnie Wilkes 5
Wade Hampton 4
2:20 class, same purse as above :
Annie W 1
Deck Wright 2
Fannie Robinson 5
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Time-2:2 2:2 2:2o.
SUMMAKY FIRST HEAT.
Big John 8
Blu John 2
Leontine .-. 1
Big John 2
Big John 2
Leontine , 4
First money, Unalalla, second, Leontine,
third, Big John, lourth, Middlesex.
. SUMMARY yiUST HBAt J i 2
Red Cross 1
Mattie Graham 2
Belle of Kings 3
Katy D 6
Red Cross 1
Mattie Graham 3
Katy D 4
Belle of Kings 7
Red Cross 1
Katy D 4
Mattie Graham .'. 5
Belle of King , : 0
First money, Red Cross, second, Novelty,
third, Mattie Graham, fourth, Bliss.
There were six entries and all started.
Rosa Willces 1 1
Ladv Browoll 3 3
St. Remo 4 4
Mamie. o 2
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Time; 2:23, 2:21,
First money, Rosa Wilkes; second, Mamie;
third, Una; fourth, Lady Bronell.
The second race, 2:50 class, was for the
same purse as above.
Dr. Norman 1 3 5 7 4 3
Maude T 2 112 3 2
Bronze 3 3 2 3 3 2 ..
Sorak 4 7 0 5 .. ..
Fulcrum 5 0 14 .. ..
Ed. Powell 0 5 7 0 .. ..
Commander 7 4 2 1 11
Little Miss distanced, Fulcrum, Powell and
Boralc withdrawn ; Bronze ruled out.
Time 2:20, 2:29, 2:3'.
First money, Commander; second, .Maude T."
third, Norman ; fourth, Bronze.
The flist heat was won by Dr. Norman in
2:30; the second and third by Maude T. in
2:20 and 2:29.
Commander is the property of J. F.
of Laurell, Indiana, and had never
trotted in a race before.
May cherries have made their appearance
in the Lexington market.
Points About People Here and Elsewhere.
Misses Amanda Wall and Mary Kennor
Dudley are at Miss Delia Wood's for a few
Dr. John Corlis and daughter, Miss Eva,
of Brooksville, were in Maysville yesterday
at the races.
Rev. M. D. Reynolds, who has been
very ill, we are pleased to see, is out again.
Mr. "Wright S. Ranson, traveling salesman
for the house of Eeinhart & Newton,
of Cincinnati, is here visiting friends.
July wheat ,51 iMJtf
pork 19 fti
lard 11 00
" corn 72J4
Corrected dally by O. V. Okihei., gtocer, Second
street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone 3 3 25
Maysville Family 7 50
Maysville City 8 00
Mason County 7 60
Ellzaville . 7 25
Butter, "B lb 20025
Eys, i doz Ui;J
Menial peck ,'iu
Buckwheat, ty th 4f5
Molasses, fancy 50
Coal Oil, V gl 20
.Sugar, granulated "fc! UK-
" A.W lb IT
yellow " lb 910
Hams, sugar curel tt !J5(S,lfi;
Bacon, breakfast "$ n 14(i$l
Hominy. V aallon 20
Means $1 gallon 50
Potatoes " peck 3o'!0
Dried Peaches 8fi
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