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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
WEDNESDAY' EVE., DEO. 27, 1882.
3?"Teiuis : The Evknino Bulletin Is published
dully, and served lree of postage at 0
nnnttt twi wiwlr 2t fftifK nor tnnnth ; in nfttits
Bentty's glass works at Steuben ville were
badly damaged by fire on Sunday.
James Smyth & Co., manufacturers of
ginghams and cotton goods, Philadelphia,
David Hilclerband was stabbed by a
man named Seibel, at Columbus, Sunday,
and is expected to die.
Sixteen thousand dollars' worth of lumber
was destroyed by an ice gorge on the
Allegheny river, Sunday.
It has been legally decided that a New
York policeman who buys Sunday drinks
is nor good evidence against the saloon
keepers, and in consequence the saloons
will sell on Sunday with impunity.
A Freight train on the Georgia division
of the East Tennessee, Virginia and
Georgia Railroad smashed through a trestle
and caused a great wreck. A brake-
per tliree months; 31.50 per six months, and S3 1 wan was killed and the conductor's leg
per year, pavnhle In nd vance. ' broken.
iwthb evening BULLETIN has a Lucius W. Pond, of Worcester, Mass.,
SS March 1876 for twelve
CHESTER ANYoiHERPAPEiuUBLiSHEl)iNiMAYa.years AND ABERDEEN, OHIO, THAN ; for forgery and embezzlement, has
ville. been pardoned. He was at the time of
1 jjjg arreS(;f a stato senator, and one of the
Our Agents. most prominent men in Worcester.
The following persons are the authorized ; George Demaster and Jerry B. McCarty,
agents for the Daily Bulletin at the
places named. Contracts for subscription
or advertising may be made with them :
Germantown T. J. Knckley &Co,
Washington Mrs. Anna Thomas.
MayslickJ. A. Jackson.
Mt. Olivet Peter Myers. 41
Fern Leaf Harry Burgoyne,
Minerva W. II. Hawes.
Shannon Wm. Clary.
Illinois is said to have more miles of
railroad than any otherstate in the union.
Of the last three presidents of the
United States it may be said that :
Hayes was counted in ;
Garfield was bought in ;
And Arthur was shot in.
Not one of them had a majority or plurality
of the votes of the people.
convicts, employed in the shoe shop of the
penitentiary at Jefferson City, Mo., quarreled
Saturday about possession of a table,
and before the guards could prevent it,
the latter stabbed the former, inflicting
State of Lewis at Large.
An amateur entertainmont was given at the
court house, last week, the proceeds if any, to
be given to the poor. Altogether it was in ox-cess
of many the professionals have inflicted on
the public, developing the fact that we have
undeveloped histrionic and Imitative talent
for the future boards. Mr. Jas. Pugh's five yea
old daughter stepped before the lights with the
nerve and confluence of an old staeor, surprising
a large audience with the excellence of her
The crowning exhibit of the ovcnlnswas
the personation of Widowhood by Miss Mollle
Fitch, She comprehended the lesson and acted
the character in its highest perfection.
"Winter keeps apples, seasons them, a clouded
meerschaum, a vase around which the scent of
the rose still hangs; all these have a rare ripe
evanescent flavor that sugests, but can not express
the charm of widowhood.
you Know air, uaitor, we nave marriea xwo
and know widow ia the most
mu i 4.1 i. i x i mi a young perhaps
The repeal of the internal tax law will interesting object in nature or in art. She
throw nearlv 3 000 oflioo holders auie represents experience without its wrinkles or
iitjfgray hair. She U matronly beauty aud
uouieu men anu women Out OI employ- uiaiueiiiy ireeuom euiuumuu. diiu ia gracoi
, with a laughing eye. Sorrow in a house of
x e Ai ii l t t t l
merit on or before tho first of July next, festival, a silver moon In a sable cloud; all this
What 'i calamity tnac uvui do. wnat n'was Miss Fitch's own creation, and
, ble acting as a widow. She was too sweet for
host of exiled government orphans the anything. Like all good things they can only
, .... , . . . , , becreated ata great sacrifice., Sosheatl6and
country will have on hand in the near fu- the man at GO won't do to go off. We could not
i.nrp present the boquet under such charming in-
tulc flueuces and confess we were overwhelmed
t . " . ,. , with her grace, voice and luscious eyes and the
If conerfcss will pass the resolution be- natural actineot the widow.
fnm ;f nniiirw. i nr,; mv The comic opera was rendered in style and
fore it on the office for
calling pension a eloquence of voice that .required a repetition-
list of all persons on its hooks, and when it
gets them lose no time in ordering them
printed and posted in some public place,
the post offices for instance, it cannot be
lonjr before the frauds are separated from
the honest, and tho deserving, pensioner
distinguished from the undeserving.
The suspension of operations by tobacco
factories has caused perhaps ten thousand
laborers, or more, in Virginia, Kentucky,
and Tennessee, to be thrown out of employment,
and much suffering is the result.
Tardiness of congressional action
and the uncertainty of its character beget
these unfortunate facts, and the subject
should be disposed of by law-givers at the
Dkspite the diminution of the Indians
their cost to the taxpayeis of the Jand
grows greater year by year. The cost of
tho indians from 1842, to 1862. wasj $26,-722,797;
the cost from 1802, to 1882, wots
$106,848,245. It will be observed that the
fewer indians tho more they cost and that
the republican management of these people
costs more than twice as much as
when the democracy ruled the country.
In every other department of the government
the cost has been proportionately increased.
Therefore the taxpaying populations
are resolved upon a change and intelligent,
hontest republicans, as seen in
tho results of the late elections, concede
the absolute necessity for this thorough
duets also occasioned deserving applause. So
we speak in time. When the Paris of America
wants nativG born actors come to the state of
Christmas eye was appropriately celebrated
at Concord by the Union Sunday school
with Holigs, moral recitations, brier reviews
of Sunday school lessons. This is probably
the best drilled Sunday school with its
chances in 4 he state. We enjoyed this new
style of entertainment as bet adapted to
children with the sacred word. The
closing scenes of presents to each scholar was
"brilliant and a merry termination.
Our old masonic friend R. H. Fisher Is sot
Ing them up on twins, requiring tho outfit of
another dray to keep up the good stock.
The extensive miller and merchant, Lank
Asheuhurst, is donating sacks of first brand
offlrur. Its a boy and nobody will suffer in
Concord for food or fuel as its the first born.
This is as good a place to return our gratitude
to the donors remembering the Bulletin
as any other source. The old don't forget to.
warm our feet and hands with socks and mitts
The Christmas trees bear fruit In neckties,
gloves, handkerchiefs and small tokens from
the children. All of these mementoes are appreciated
aud accepted and valued as more
precious than fine gold, yet it would conduce
to extend happiness, if wo knew the
names of those remembering us In our declining
Ron. Mokkis, of Kentucky, has pledged
himself to prove the falsity of the story
told hy the late Thurlow Weed that Morgan
was murdered by members of the
A Model Poet Says :
Long had 1 looked and searched and sought,
Both Stoves and Ranges, too, 1 bought :
And every kind on earth 1 tried,
And yet with none felt satisfied,
Hope shed at last one darzling ray,
Tho " Omaha" I saw one day;
1 found at length the thing I sought
I went examined It and bought.
The "Omaha!" The11 Omaha!"
To buy it is housekeeping law,
Search through the north, south, east and west,
The Omaha" you'll And thk but,
A. J. BG9EW Cm.
New Year's Afternoon at Two
Ladies and Children, especially,in
tho City and County are invited to
attend. No reserved seats for the
Matined. This is the Best Uncle
Tom Party now traveling.
JANUARY ELECTION, 1883.
We are authorized (o announce HORACE
JANUARY as u candidate for re-election as
Mayor at the ensuing Junuary election.
We are authorized to announce Dr. H. C.
MORGAN as a candidate for councilman in
the 1st Ward.
We are authorized to ahnouco that Mr E.
W. FITZGERALD, is a candidate for councilman
from the third ward at fhejeusuing January
In response to the call made on me through
the columns of the Bulletin aud to many
solicitations from leading citizens, I have
consented to the use of my name as a candidate
to represent the Third ward In the city
council, and respectfully solicit the support of
the voters in said ward. R. B. LOVEL,
At the solicitation of many of his friends In
the Fifth Ward, Mr. THOMAS Y. NESBITT
has consented to become a candidate for Councilman,
and we are authorized to announce
that he will make the race.
At the earnest solicitation of many of the
best citizens of the Fifth Ward, I have consented
to be a candidate for re-election to the
city council at the ensuing January election.
W. B. MA'THEWS.
We are authorized to announce that Major
THOS. J. OHENOWETH is a candidate for reelection
as Councilman from the Second Ward,
at the ensulug January election.
WANTED Lodgers Two or three nice
can get lodging, with or without
board. Apply to o4tf THIS OFFICE.
Wood Cut in short
. lengths, at Keutucfcy Saw and Planing
Mills. d22d0t COLLINS, RUDY ACO
SAIjE A two story, double frame
house, containing eight rooms, rents for
Sltl a month. For particulars and terms apply
to dattdOt M, F, MARSH, Court meet.
SAKE Four second-hand sowing ma
, chines very cheap.
dec212dlv A.J, McDOUGLE.
It EXT My farm of 110 acres, above
Maysville. For terms, apply to the under
signed or to J, u. Noyes ai the cleric's omce,
"ELIZABETH S. HORD
Down They Go
Meaning the pricesof job printing. The
following low rates will hereafter rule at
the Bulletin Job Printing Rooms. They
are the lowest ever offered in this city by
any printing establishment. The reduction
does not mean careless printing and
inferior stock, but on the contrary first-class
press-work and composition and the
best quality of paper:
BUI Heads per ream 85 OO
Two Ream 9 OO
letter Heads per ream 4 50
Packet Note Heads per ream - 3 OO
Commercial NoteHeadsper ream 2 75
EavelopespertkoasaBd.... 3 OO
TltltlMg Cards Mfty 35e
And other printing at proportionately
low prices. Boasor & McCarthy.
MONDAY EVE.JAN. I
FAMILY MATINEE 2 p. m.
ANTHONY & ELLIS
Ideal Company of America.
SCLI WS IB ffl.
Memphis University Students.
ENTIRE NEW VERSION.
THE TWO GREATEST DOUBLE TOPSYS IN
THE WONDERFUL MECHANICAL WATERFALL
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EVA AND HER PET PONY.
THE ONLY IMPORTED PACK OF TRAINED
OUR EDUCATED DONKEY THE
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PEOPLE'S POPULAR PRICES.
ADMISSION - - - 35 and 50c.
NO 9IIGHKR! NO KXTUA 1
Tickets now on sale at TAYLOR'S u2Gdw
THURSDAY EVE., DEC. 28.
EVENT OF THE SEASON. .
MR. J. M. JOHNSON has the honor of announcing
to ills friends aud tho music loving
citizens of Maysville, that thoyoung Indies and
gentlemen of his singing class, kindly assisted
by many of the leading amateur singers of this
city, will appear before them in a rare selection
of Solos, Duetts, Trios, Quartettes and Choruses
from the leading composers of tho world. In
addition to which, there will be a pleasing
variety of songs by over One Hundred pupils
of the schools who will he specially trained
for this occasion. The whole to conoludo with a
Performed by over Fifty young ladles and
Misses, who in radiant costumes of various
hues, will not fail to delight their auditors.
Admission 50c; no extra charge for reserved
seats; Children 25c, Reserved seat tickets for
sale at Hurry Taylor's.
N. B. Little -Birdie Ainsworth, of Ironton,
Ohio, has been secured for this occasion, who
will entertain her auditors with recitations
from well known authors. Birdie is but nine
years old but is entirely competeht to give a
whole sho.v by herself. d'ildOt
ONE N'IGHT ONLY.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29.
Cincinnati Concert Company,
Under the management of Mr, L. R
Cincinnati Grand Orchestra.
PROF. J. LOSS Violinist, Humorist and the
original Arkansaw Traveler,
Miss BELLE WELLS Sonruno,
Mr. HERMAN Soloist
add only rival of the great Levy.
Mr. LOUIS Soloist.
Mr.H. BENJAMIN Violinist.
Mr. N. HOMER-Pianist.
No advance in prices. Seats now on sale.
inrUTQ are reaping a bar
AUdl I u veat filing our
Kitchen Queen Safety Limps
and other household articles.
The best selling articles ever put
on tho market For sample
and Terms, address tho
CLIPPER M'F'Q CO.,
No. 288 Walnut 8t9 Cincinnati. O.
of tho celebrate
Just received. Call and got one for lesa more
tbauyou ever bought a Wagon.
augSdly at? ALL A RILEY,