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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Maysville [Ky.]) 1882-1883, March 23, 1883, Image 2',
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FRIDAY KVK, MAKOU 23, 1883.
WTTKlt.MS t The KVHJjyO Is
published dully, :iuil served tree of postage nt
ll per week; 2."i cents per month;75 cents
per throe months -Si.. il) per six muntliK, uiul
83 per year, pax able In advnnrn.
inrTHK EVSMt UlTI.I.I.TitX Iiiin u
(Jrtlly cirnilaiioit of MX II BJK lIt VI
coplrs, u fact t uliieli tli attention
Of UtIVOI'ifN4I'H Is Ull(l.
OUR AGENTS. -The- following poisons
nre tne auihoiiz d audit for the Daily Uvl
htrris nl the place twinnd. Contracts for
Milioeiiptlon or advertising may bo made
v. Itli them :
Shannon Win. Clary.
Minkuva W. II. llnwes.
BIT. OiiivKT Peter Myers.
.1. A. Jackson.
Fkkn Lkah -Hurry Hurjzoyne.
J. Knckley & To.
WAbiUNQToN Mi. Anna Thomas.
cjmjstrzmicnMjtJP: i.r 'jjam
Tub new hall to he erected hy the
JMiwnnerchor will cost $100,000.
It is thought nt Washington that tho
number of Revenue Distiicts i he reduced
from 120 to 110.
An eruption of Mt. .Etna has occurred,
and was followed by an earthquake
shock which destroyed sovernl houses.
Sta Titus Scott and other well known
English capitalists nie in Kentucky examining
coal and iron fields in which
they expect to invest their money.
Tm: Cincinnati Price Current estimates
the next -wheat crop at 450,000,000
bushels, a decrease of about 50,000,000,
bushels as eoniparod with that of last
Tiirc forthcoming reports of the Department
of Agriculture show Indiana
to be the first wheat growing state. Tho
yield there is placed at at 1,S1G bushels
to the Bquare mile and 18.04 bushels to
the acre. Ohio ranks next and Illinois
A mm. has passed to bo engrossed in
tho Legislature of Maine prohibiting tho
saloor giving away of toy pistols, under
a penalty of not less than five or more
than one hundred dollars, and a liability
for all damages from such salo or giving
Junoi: Achison, of the U. S. Court,
sitting in Pittsburg, has ruled that tho
Government has no right to inquire
whether or not tobacco which is sold
from a bioken package is to bo sold
again. Tho opinion is contrary to the
rulings of th Internal Kevenue Department.
Tun anti-Butler faction in tho Democratic
party in Massachusetts has dwindled
down so that it could be corraled in
a bed-room of a summer resort hotel.
A respectable number stood out bravely
as long as theie was no patronage to be
had, but demoralization began at once
wh en Butler had offices at his disposal.
It is estimated by persons who profess
to know that not lees less than 200,000
barrels of whisky will be exported to tho
Bormuda Islands, to avoid the immediate
payment of tho tax duo. It can bo sent
out of the country free of tax and returning
on tho same vessel will be permitted
to remain, In custon warehouses
for a year before tho tax is collected,
Missouri is about to spend $50,000 in
geological researches, with a view of discovering
more about her mineral wealth.
A clause in the new Italian-extradition
bill puts attempted or accomplished regicide
on a footing with ordinary murder.
Suit has been instituted to prevent the
confirmation of the sale of the Cleveland,
Tuscarawas Valley and Wheeling Railroad.
Hon. George B. Luring, Commisssioner
of Agriculture, will deliver tho oration
at the seventh of April celebration at
Thos. C. VannesH, Commissioner of
Immigration under Governor Irwin, of
California, has been arrested for embezzling
John MoCullough, the actor, still continues
to improve. Ho will remain at
Cleveland until Saturday, when he will
Tho bill prohibiting the acceptance of
railroad passes by the Slate officers passed
a third reading in the Pennsylvania
Life in Berlin has small charm for
many. On tho first nine days of February
there were ten suicides u day. Those
in the army increase.
The Mississippi Supreme Court affirmed
the sentences of Jim Woods and Ben.
Fletcher, convicted of murder. Both
will be hanged at Natchez, May 3.
Reports from the central portion of
Illinois indicate that the cold snap has
caused damage to early-sown wheat and
seriously affected tho peach prospects.
There is said to live in Fairfax, Va., a
maiden lady over 100 vears old who has
wined and dined with Washington, Jef
ferson, Madison, Monroe, and others of
j tho Revolutionary regime.
A deficiency in tho Public Printer's
office is already apparent, and it is openly
charged that many public documents
ordered by Congress aro sold for waste
paper, it is presumable by Congressmen
A w ill pi inted on n type wriler has been
admitted to probate at New Haven,
though a Connecticut statute requires
that such documents must be written,
the judge deciding that such printing is
fewriting within the meaning of the law.
Advices from various points in the
Yellowstone country indicate, that the
past, winter has been favorable for
stock men, and the loss from exposure
and cold weather is estimated to not exceed
five per cent, for th'e whole Territory.
' Tho Lutz Wagon Company, with a
capital stock of $25,000, has been organized
at Xenia, O., with the following incorporators
: John Lutz, Eli Miller, ,T.
II. Ilarbine, T. P. Townsley, R D. Tor-
I ronce, David Millen, Thomas Ilarbine
I and J. D. Kyle.
I At Peoria, 111., Thursday, a rope sur-1
tabling a swinging scaffold, on which
three men were engaged painting the
! side of a large elevator, broke. Jacob
I Wattenschwuler was killed, Joseph Vail
j was fatally hurt, and R. O. Shupp caught
a rope and escaped injury.
j Amonsj other strange coincidences is
; the part played by the numher 13 in the
. lifo of the late Richard Wagner. In the
first, place, 13 is tho number of letters
; comprising his name; in the year 1813
I ho was horn : on the 13lh of March, 1801,
his great work, "Tannhauser," failed to
arouse anv appreciation in Paris : it was
I ll, 10.1. f I?.. I. .... l. ..J. I. l.4l 1
Ull UIU ItJlll Ul L'UlMUUiy UllU 1IU UIUJUIIIMI
bis last; and ho died after 13 years of
A recent issue of the London Gazette
shows that public houso property in
the large cities of England is rapidly decreasing
in valuo. There were thirty
public, houses within half amile of Liverpool
Custom llouso closed within the
year, becausQ they did not pay the cost
of rent, taxes and license fees. It is to
be hoped that this state of affairs is due
to a bettor public opinion in regard to
A sweeping theatrical bill has been introduced
into tho House of Commons in
England, where it peems certain to pass.
It proposes to repeal all existing acta, to
reljoye the Lord Chamberlain of his duties
and tho Middlesex magistrates of
theirs in connection with licensing music
and dancing halls, and to place all theatres
and ontertaintnents of whatsopver
.kind under; the Homo Secretary for li
censing, order and regulation.
Fresh arrival of Spring Goods to be sold at the lowest possible
prices, A Complete line of latest styles and best make of
for men, youths and children. Positively the finest line of
Piece Goods, imported and domestics, ever brought to this cily,
which we are prepared to make up in the latest styles and fashions.
Perfect fits guaranteed. Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
including many novelties. Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises.
Call and sec us.
si second st: Ificroy & Lee.
homo for a good girl sixteen
IT years old, to do geueial housework. Apply
at mb'd&wtf THIS OFFICE.
"f AKTJKI Bottom knocked out of prices
T in wajjon making. James M. Ftn.lor desires
Ihe people to know that ho 1b prepared to
do all kinds of wagon work, olllier repairing
or new work, nt reasonable prices. Peisons desiring
a good Job will plcnso call.
rcrtOdib wlm Helena. Ky.
S A liU A line walnut desk nearly new
iM5t 318, will bo told forSl'2. Apply at
miadtf THIS OFFICE.
double barieJled gun wtih
1 accoutrements. Lam inn ted steel; cost Si3,
will bo sold fo$l2. Apply at
nil3dtr. THIS OFFICE.
SAT.i: OIL In Chester
containing 5 rooniH and a kitchen, gnrden
and henery lor a largo lot ot poultry, stable
and house for buggy. Apply to
inarlftUf JAMES JACOBS.
of 111 acres near
I7H Caldwell county, Ky. Raihotul rons
Ihrontrh the count j. Pi fee 700, will exchange
lor Texas land or other property.
inSSdlw AI.F. MARSH,
Library Building, Sutton Street.
WAlLK Warehouse and lot, corner of
? Wall and Second, three story brick corner
Market and Front, two residences on Second,
and one on Fourth street. Apply to
liffiltii GARRETT S. WALL,
1'jlOK second" hand Sphar &
; Co's.brlck; 50 squares roofing I In nearly
now: 2o,0 M feel of nearly new lumber of
t kinds. Apply to
mlOd&wtf G. M. WILLIAMS.
HAfjK A Frame cottage of 3 rooms
17< kitchen, " aero of giound attached,
one mile from Maysvllle, on tho Fleming
pike. Apply on the premises to
m(l M RS. M ARG AKET CH ILDS.
One hundred acres of best land
I i in Miisou countv. with irood dwelllui! and
hue tobacco mini, Twenty acres oi new iann.
Situated on Fleming pike live miles horn
Maysvllle. Apply to
nil5Uwlui GARRETT S WALL.
S A Li: A "di sln bin cotTr.ge ot 6 too in t,
1,iOi: Thlid street, Aberdeen, O. The rooms
are all on ope floor, with a nice basement.
Thoiols an abundance of fu it trees, a good
well of water lu tho yatd and a uood stable.
Apply to W. I1URI3ERT,
nmiOd&wlni Aberdeen, Ohio.
,1IS ItBJNT Two cottage i In coood rapalr.
Apply at m2ldlw THIS OFFICE.
Mm for rent In the central
J 1 partof the city. Inquire at tho
f'2T BULLETIN OEFIOE.
NAB-K Sevorarof tho best building
IjiOll iu Chester. PrlceSlBO to8150in weekly
or monthly payments, Apply to
. M. If. MARSH,
Library Building, Button Street.
KK&T About six acres of pi oductivo
' tobacco land, with a cood barn and tobacco
stick , with pasture. There is a good .brick
house on tho land. Apply to .
mHd&wtf THIS OFFICE.
u ' jli'' - '" '. ' ,'
if ART1 Ahnnt a wnnk m'o. n nlAln KOid
li i nrnm a nftftniftli'ri hrtlflbt UllU Ttiftflrid
eg.wlll pleatwireurni name tp toin. office and
be liberally rewarded, . . ... i m23dlw - -
- ' - i -
Cttpfl. Keinrn;iQ;j.nom uiu
... 1 1 -'- --"" Zijt. Mii3
a LL of the latest style colors of Cashmoro
Dress Go nls at
JU2&11W MRS. A. J. WILLIAMS'.
j. ir. non.soN'. 1). C. FHAiKK.
New Firm ! Fresh Goal !
UODSON & FRAZEE, successors to J. 1.
Uotlson. We are now ottering tho best
ot Pomeroy Coal, delivered to customers In
the city or In wagons at our yard. We also
keep constantly on hand Youghloghony Coal
lor blacksmith purposes; and
Salt. Ofllce and scales Front street, between
Wall and Short. Orders left at J. H. Dodson's
grain warehouse promptly attended to.
m2.'l dim Coal and Leaf Tobacco Dealers.
Rugs, Gil Cloths and failings
Will he sold CHEAP for the next thirty days.
Cull and see them,
inajdlw MRS. A. J. WILLIAMS.
SPRING MILLINERY GOODS
received a handsome supplvjof
JHAVEJust tor the Spring 1 1 ado. Now
Bonnets ,llats and Neclnveav
Plumes, Zephyrs, Handkerchiefs, Ribbons, Laces,
and In lact every thing ot the latest stylos,
and beaulllul to behold 1 ask tho ladles to
call and examine my stock and compare prices
uilfld&wlm MlfcS LOU POWLING.
. G. A. McCARTHEYhas romovod
his Queonswaro store to the build
ing on Sutton stroet, two doors below
Second street. inyBdly
D AILY MA R KET
Receives every day River, Lake and Saltwater
FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have Just received their Spring Btock of In,
porteiland Domestlo Goods or tho luteatstyloa.
Prices reasonable and work tho beat. ah'JIy
EABM FOR SALE.
DESIRABLE faronef and
A twenty -eight acres.wltlv a residence, etablo
about BAMikMti txm rnmrw .AP u
Wm. P.Smoot, on the premlHea. orfo