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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
MONDAY EVE., MAKCH 19, 1SS3.
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MiNKitVA W. II. Huwes.
31 t. Omvkt Peter Myers.
MaysmpkJ. A .faelcson.
Vkhx Lkaf Harry Ihirgnyno
(tiniMANTowN T. J. Knckley ACo.
Washington M is. Anna Thomns.
Tun game law of
operation March 1st.
the state went into
A oni:.T deal of whisky has already
been shipped abroad to avoid the tax.
Tun Republicans of Cincinnati have
nominated L. L. Sadler as their candidate
A movkmknt is alleged lo be on foot lo
nominate Senator Sherman for Governor
of Ohio, with a view, in the event of his
on t lit of March, viz
Gariand, Saulslmry, Ihi'k, Lamar, Mr-
Phorson, Hansom, JIutler, Ilanis and
Coke. Thoy aro all trained legislators,
and most of them are aide mon. Gibson,
who takes the seat of JCelloi. from
Louisiana, lias acquired an excellent
Ktandiii,' in tho House for capacity and for
character. Kenna, who follows Davis, of
AVeat Virginia, possesses the elements for
distinction, if they are wisely directed.
Colquitt, tho successor of the late Ben Hill,
is not in tho lirst rank, but he is a sound
and practical man, who will niako few
mistakes. Altogether, while the Republicans
have tho advantage of numbers
collectively, the Democrats are much
stronger intellectually than their opponents.
Both parties are deficient 'in great
The ship DunBtaffnage, from Calcutta
via Dundee for Liverpool, has been lost on
the cost of Aberdeeshire. Fifteen men besides
a number of women and children
The priBon surgeon sp.id that Ohas. Hanson,
who was awaiting trial for murder at
MeKoosport, Pa., could not live more than
a day or two and his family made preparations
for a funeral. Next morning he
had departed, but not from his life for his
illness was a clever pretence to enable
him lo escape.
At 1 o'clock the other morning some
consternation was created in the House of
Commons by the discovery of a stranger
in the gallery with his hat on. The outrage
remained unchecked for some time,
the attendants being under the impression
that he was a new member. When called
to order, the stranger explained that he
s.tw gentlemen "down there" wearing
their hats, and ho thought the custom
might be general. '
The conduct of a Cincinnati physician
is under criticism. lie found himself in
a ease which baillcd his knowledge, ami,
when the patient grew steadily and hopelessly
worse, he did not acknowledge his
dilemma, nor ask for a consultation. On
being dismissed ho refused to place all the
information in his possession at the disposal
of his successor, but left the sick
chamber in confusion, declaring lint he
would rather see the man die than saved
by another's skill.
The French, having neglected Berlioz,
during his life time, are bent upon erecting
a splendid monument on his tomb, and a
very influential committee has been formed
in Paris for the purpose of raising the
necessary funds. The Vicomte II. Dela-
i horde, .Secretaire Perpetuel de
mie des Beaux Arts, is President of the
1 Committee, which includes all the leading
musicians of Franco, such as Ambroiso
i Thomas, Gounod, Frnest Reyer, Massenet,
Colonne and Pasdoloup.
i An old man was threatened with death
by a reallv harmless negro at Somerville,
i (3., and several of the village wags kept
'- " nun in terror lor months by making him
im: stable of M.J. Chafe's piano works believe that his life was in peril. When
at Richmond, Jnd., burned on Saturday. the lapse of time had reassured him, they
Loss $1 000. m(l ll lJmn mr reviving tho fun. He was
' ! . .' , , told one evening that the negro intended
Mi!. D. Layto.v Chiton, of Greenup to waylay him, and several young fellows
.... i . , v i t c. volunteered to escort him home. At a
county, is out as a candidate for
8pot on wav n likened joker
tendent of Public Instruction. j sprang out, and pretended to fire upon
Trr "","" "ii . , 'him. The frightened old man fell in-
A votu will be taken at the annual stantly and died.
lion next August upon calling a A petition was presented to the .Teisey
tion to make i' constitution for the Slate. States Assembly on February 22d, calling
.,.. attention to the extensive' purchase of
property in the island by tho Societv of
Jesus, the members of which are settling
there in large numbers, The petitioners
einiiid the Assembly that in 1842 an at
election, of pressing him as a Presidential tempt on behalf of the Jesuits to obtain v.
quality in 1SS1. I footing in the ishnd by tho purchase of
Ma. Gi:o. F. Williams, the Nc-v York
Herald Commissioner, detailed to distribute
the Herald Relief Fund among the
needy towns along the Ohio, arrived in
Cincinnati Saturday. lie will start on a
voyage of inspection lo-day in the U.S.
steamer Lily. Tho funds at his disposal
will probably amount to $40,000.
property was prevented on the ground of
I the danger which was anticipated. They
maintain that such a danger is now becoming
imminent, and pr.iv the Assembly
to take the nutter into serious consideration.
The progress of tho phylloxera in Italy
is causing serious alarm. Manv districts
' have been more or le."s infected ; in Sicily
tthe malady has assumed formidable pro-i
portions, Acting upon the
,, , ,. . . . , ., i lions oi a
Parlnmontrv Committee, the
j iik ev i one nun in speaicing oi tne ; Minister f Aericultnrebas resolved to en
Democratic strength in the next United 'deavor to destroy all tho tainted vines
States Senate savs: The Democrats re-' without delay, and a commission of ex-elected
ten of tho'ir Senators whose terms appointed to work put do-
,. ueiaus. J i ib ueiii'veu uiin u win oe
Al(jrgan, ; s:uin to oiil.ttso tho eradicated nlnnts In'
1'ietJi vines from America in three years;
but the peasantry appear ignorant of tho
value ot preventive measures, and only
seen present loss; so they take to rioting.
The codec blight, after causintr serious
ravages in Ceyclon and in Kiji Islands,
seems to have spread to Brazil.
The Brazilian Minister of Agriculture is at
present engaged in devising measures for
io;ping its destructive progress in tho
plantations of that country. One of the
Councillors of Stato has forwarded a
to tho Minister on tho present con li-lion
of one of the largest Brazilian coffee
plrutations, on which tho usual annual
yield of over two hundred tons of codeo
has fallen to an insignificant amount.
According to one theory, tho blight is
caused by a minute needle-shaped parasite,
wli,ich is produced by uYillfona in the
roots; wh'ile other's attribute mischief,
exhaustion of the soil and negleotof wedding.-
tf good gardener. A German
Y prelerred. Apply to UKO.T. WOOD,
ijfrA.XTIiDA good girl for house woik.
. pply Immediately
m 17(1 11
by an old lady. or
in 3d tf
will bo hold lorSi'J. Aiijl.v at
m J 3d tf.
UEO. K ASTON".
two rooms intlilsolty
T ANTKI A hnmo for a uood girl, slxtoou
t t yenis oiu, 10 uo general nonsowonc.
WAIVTIJI Somegood woman to tuko care
ofa motherless three-year-old child, ip
delicate health. Eightdollars n month will he
paid and tho child's clothing provided. References
given and leoulrcd.
THOMAS Fit A ZIER.
m2dAwtf Helena, Ky.
WAX'i'Kn'By ti single mmiof )odTiublts
a position on u latin. Understand all
about larm worlt, and rasing tobacco Bust
of references turiiffthed. In the lust place 1
yours. Addics.t, A. L. il.
JanlOil&wtf THIS OFFICE.
S M.K A. lot of old papers. Apply at
A tlnewilmit desk nenrly new
; cost Sib', will he old ior$l2. Apply at
jiiljhltf TH ISJUKFIUE,
donhlo bandied gun vlih
. necoutienifluts. Lainlnatoit steel; cost S-10,
SAI.i: BulldlimlotHlu Chester. Sow
Imt the time to buy. Also, several yood
UwelUngs. Apply to M. F. MAUKII.
idbrary Bulldlii". Sutton st.
AI. OB( (H'.N'I' A ImiKii In (Mioulof I t
X eonialnliiBo looms and a liltolieu, iiiuilon I Si
and liencry for a laryo lot of poultry, M.ahle
and houe lor buygy. Apply to
iniiriai if J A M KS JACOBS.
OK SA.IA1 Warehouse ninf lot, eorner of
1,1 Wall and Second, three story brick, corner
Market and Front, two residences on Second,
and one on Fourth street. Anol.v to
?OK lor lent in tlio central
partol the city.
,Oi: sti:.T About six acref pioductivo
1 tobacco laud, with a good burn and tobacco I
stlelc. with pasture. There Is a good bilclc
liousoon the laud. Apply to
Til H OFFICE.
rrmjMwuwmiiifc'PWt m m
TLlOl'MJ A hiuall le.itlior bag coiitaluiug
l' bbvei al articles, oi jeweny. Ann y at.
SPRING MILLINERY GOODS.
HAVE Just received n luuidMiniofiupplv of
r Mllllneiy Uuods lor thoSjnIuij Hade Now
Bonnets, Hats and "Heel; worn
PI nines, Zephyrs, TIandlcorclilefs, Illhbous, Laces,
and In tact, everything of the latest styles
and beautllul to bohold I the ladh's to
call and exainlneniysloelcnnd (iiiipnru iiIch.
in .MISS LOU PONVhlNO.
Farmers and Gardeners.
A VKJuflt received u car load of Northern
III lor seed, coin prising all the different
tiivoilte varlotiea.suoh a$ E xtra Early,
Early Hoso, Birly Ohio, Biirhanlts
HeedlliiK. White Star (a now and very popular
potato) and other varieties specially adapted
lo our soil and climate. Thoy worp grown ou
tho farms of the culQbmttid) seedsman I). M.
Ferry it Co., In -Michigan, and aro guaranteed
to bestrlotiypurfer - , ,
I hay also a largo ftupply of Kerry's
OtlrdSti Beeds. botli hi aolcai;ii .audita
bulk, ittttoBttlQl" lijMwliOyiili.
GA. McCARTHBY has removed-,
his Queensware store to the building
on Sutton street, two doors below
Second street. mySdly
'l'lIEBE will bo a-i annual meeting of tho
JL Hiockholdci'H of tho Lewis and Mason Co.
Turnpike Bond Company held at IiNq. Grant's
ofllee, Court llouio hulldlutj, In tho City or
Aliiysvllle, on .Saturday, April 7, 1883. at ten
o'clock a. in., for the purpose-of election olllcera
lor the ensui"B year. O. W. HULL,
March 13, m, OAwSt, ?ruiaeuV.
Receives every day iUver, Lake and Sftlt
Windhorst & Blum,
FAsmonnsLE merchant tailors,
t llttvo Jusl rocoived tliolr .Spring Hloek of Im
port cu nun uonifHtu uooa.soi
Prices reasonable ;mil woi Ic the best. mrJ ly
STV -flu 1 O 3E3Z 235 23
&V.1. BALLENOKB at Albert's China
Store adioiuliiK luaice, aiJh (ifoid &
Co.'h Bank. nplJ(n.d
iL'siin garb i-: rr swll j '
V brick; 50 hqimros loofiiiK tin nearly new; Jj ijLJ.lillJL JClr'iaj Oilljij.
J "i,0 0 feet of nearly new lumber of dltleront;
Kind". Apply to
inlUri&wti O. M. WILLIAMS,
"tAf.i: A Franio cottage of ttTomns
. and kitchen, y, acre of ground attached,
one mile from Maysvllle, ontlie FlemliiB pike.
Apply on tho premlsn.s to
in6 MBS. MARGARET CHILDS.
hundred acres oi' best laud
In MiiMni county, wllliuood dwelllim and
duo tobacco barn. Twenty acres of new land.
Situated on Fleming plho live miles liom
Maysvl'le. Apply to
mtfdifc wlm OARUIHTSWALL.
J.iOIt NAIill desirable cottage of 5 khiiiis
on Third street, Abeideou,0. Tlie rooms
are all on ono lloor, with a nice basement.
Thoiols u'i abuiuinnce of fruit trees, a good
well of water In Iho yaut and a good stable.
Apply to W. HURHtillr,
inmlLiitwliii Aliordeon, Ohio.
MUt SAK -A desirable reMldoncc oTi
Second street. Abculeon. Ohio. contalnlm:
eight rooms. Lot fronts tii feet anil ls'JoOleet
deep. For further paitlcuhus address
MRS. FANNIE HUI'SELL,
feb2dd&wlm Aberdeen, Ohio.
I A DESIRABLE 'iinn or ono hundred and
l twenty elht acres, with n reIdouco,ntal)lo
! tobacco i irn and other buildings,
ted on the Maysvllle and Germantown pilcp,
nKiiii l'oimm ttiiti.u ffikfi'k IutL!vMln A nmv tr
Win. P. Smoot, on the preinhes or to
12AI& Wim U A RRE'IT S. W A LL.
' America Ahead!
FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DEALERS..
1SK FOR IT! BUY IT! J TRY IT"'
A. S0RRIES & SON,
WAMIRT CAKES, &G.
,S.K, KX:nAlkli:iiN of Gnus; LouKs, Umbrellas,
Parasols, Sewiu .Machines. Ac. Ac.
BurKeyson hand and Made to Order.
Sleucil Cutting n Special!.
;cconil SliM't't.bet. Market .Limestone tits.
C5 Tosrrui ATiCF.ns, 4k
look. ! nil who aend tiro
:ic. Ntnmpa for postnee aoiX
Aneltiue. nloutlon thlNpopor.
E, Q. RISEOUT & CO.i NEW YORK.
having boon assertod that 1 am preparing
IT to move to the country and give in
torest In thoSowlns; Maohtno bnslnos, I tuko
this method ol announolug to my lrlends and
tho public that there is noiii woitl of lruth iu
it except Hint I will move my family to tho
country but will continue to soil theory iikm
AiHiK tho same pliloo, second 'stareet,
opposite, pOstolllcfi, and run my wagons iat
hbi'eloloio. Competitors n easo'iKH
tine tho above. I hra thankful "to- the wib In
Kd SSSKWd1 fcAKift
Agent f6r theHnger MajiutdlrliijfOv