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DAILY WVRNING BULLETIN.
MONDAY EVE., MARCH 20, 1883,
esrTKHM.s : The Kvknjno Bulletin 1r
r ubllshed dully, ami wrvod tree of postage nt
tfent pcrweek;2.icpnlH per mnntu;75 rents
per three mouth ;51.fiU per six months, and
J3 oerjonr, payable In advance.
are tiicMitlioii.ed agents for the Dailv Hul
xktis nt the places named. Contracts for
.subscription or advertising may be madn
SHANNON Wm. Clary.
Minkkva W. II. Huwes.
J. A JncltNon,
Fkhn Leak Harry HurKoyne.
Gkumantows T. J. Kncklcy A Co.
Washington Mrs. Anna Thomas.
The above number represents the clrcula
each week oi the Daily and Wkkkly
Advertisers aro invited to cult
and usMtre t' cuiselvoi of the truth or the
statement, mid they are requested to bear In
mind that our la es for advertising are the
Our yooil friends in the country who
have from time to time favored us with
the news of their respective neighborhoods
are requ sted to deal only with mat
ters of live interest and to make their com-
munications as brief as possible consistent
with the important of the matter sent.
The limited space we will have to spare
hereafter makes condensation absolutely
necessary. A correspondent is wanted
at every postoffice in the county.
Qi'kkn Victokia's barked shin, we are
pleased to say, is better.
It is reported that Mr. John It. McLean
is again bargaining for the New
It is expected that trains will bo running
from Richmond, Kentucky to Cincinnati
by July 1.
Tiik volume of immigration continues
to decrease and it is now lower than at
any time Mnce 1870.
A inc., is so hopelessly in debt,
made so by the flood, that it desires to
surrender is charter as a citv.
Is some parts of Illinois it is estimated
that at kuwt one-third of tho winter
wheat has been killed or injured by the
Wi: agree with the Washington Post
that there is no more necessity for a brigade
of Internal Revenue Collectors than
there is for a batallion of Rear Admiral.
Tiik farmers in Ohio are sending up a
howl because the tariff ou wool was not
raised. They are threatening the Republican
party with dire vengeance because
they retused to cons;der their claims for
protection. It ih a fact that the wool
growersherc and elsewhere have been
sheared by the Republican party.
Mn.C. P. Huntinoton the railroad
is very much dissatisfied with the
bill to establish a Railroad Commission
in Tennessee, and has declared that if the
measure is adopted he will never build a
foot of railroad line in that State. The
legislation ho claims is unfair and will
impose unjust exactions that will have
the efh ct to drive all railroad enterprises
to more inviting fields. The railroad
law in this State is unwise and imprac
ticable and aot much better than that
pioposed for Teunesseo.
The Tobacco Revenue.
It has been ofllcially decided at Washington
that the laws concerning tho revenue
recently enacted by Congress, and
the existing statutes on tho subject, give
ample authority to allow, audit and certify
for tho payment of tho rebate in favor
of tho manufacturers and dealers in
tobacco, but nothing in tho law referred
to indicates that Congress intended to
give authority to make tho payment in
money. Tho act, it is held, provides that
such robato shall bo paid in stamps at
tho reduced rates to manufacturers, but
th a does not extend in Hnnlnra in thn
language of the law. Tho Internal Revenue
Bureau reports that the total number
of tobacco dealers coming within tho
tcopo of tho law is 435,900. 01 these,
420,000 are dealers, 15,000 manufacturers
of cigars, and J900 manufacturers of tobacco
Some Particulars of III Early Life in
His Record There Sard to Be Ono of
.Murder and Robbery.
Ellis Craft camd to Ashland from
county, West Virginia, several years
apo. Ho belonged, with other members
of his family, to a notorious ganj: of ruffians
and evil-doers in that county who
were the terror of all good citizens.
In that county lived ono Aaron Brewer,
noted as a desperate and fearleBS man,
but a man of his word, and rather liked
than otherwise for certain genial and
generous qualities. Ho had a mistress
in the county, of whom he was very
fond. One night Ellis Craft and some of
his gang mane an assault ou tho house
of Brewer's mistress, effected an entrance
and were taking gross liberties with her
when Brewer appeared upon the scene,
attacked them, killed one, and put the
others to flight, and compelled them afterwards
to leave the country. Ellis
Craft left among the others and" came to
A short time before he was driven
away from West Virginia, a man came
from Pennsylvania to Logan county,
prospecting lor walnut lumber. One day
Ellis Craft started out as his guide, taking
his ax with him. He returned
alone and. reported that the stranger had
left him ana gone home anolher wav.
About a month afterward the body of
tho stranger was found, showing marks
of foul murder and robbery. Ellis Craft's
reputation was such that it was generally
believed that he had murdered and rol
bed the Penesvlvanian. It was not lonir
after that ho left the country to avoid
Brewer s vengeance. While Craft was at
Ashland before the murder of the Gibbons
children a jranjj; of thieves were
plying their ayocatfon in Ashland. Robberies
and other disorders were frequent.
Since Craft and his accomplices were
j these crimes have altogether
ceased. From this fact, and from his
reputation, tho people of Ashland believe
Ctaft was tho head of the gang.
Since attempts are made to work up a
sentiment about Craft that will neutinl
izo the verdict of two jtaties declaring
his euilt, thoy think it very right that
those facts in his earlier career should
bo made known. -They do not wish to
see justice defeated ami law set aside by
a lot of manufactuted sentimental sluh.
A Good Old Jlillcr.
A New Jersey miller, who had become
old and rheumatic, one day called his
3on8 about him and said: '"'Boys, I am
growing stifT in the knees nnd mini tit
heart. My liver is out of order, and I
cm no longerditinguish between a peek
and a half bushel wlien taking toll. This
mill is worth tan thousand dollars. In
order to form a stock company, and randomly
burdens the liirhtur. I shall uive
Reuben Samuel the same, and
Henry, who is my first born,
Bless you, my children, bless you. You
may now go fishing for half a "day." The
three took the papers which the old
man had made out, and instead of goin a
fishing, thoy went down to a lawyer's
office, called a meeting of stockholders,
and proceedtnl to bu&itus. The fiist
was elected preMont, Reuben treasurer,
and Samuel secretary, and the following
resolution was passed: 'AwoiW, That
we bounce the old man and run tin mill
after our own i leas!"
The above, from the Millers' Review
(Philadelphia), illustrate substantially
the experience of a good many indulgen",
confiding fathers. Some that read th s
will ho reminded of like cases that have
come under their own intSce.
"No1 said the Vermont man, who
was shot in the head by bis friend while
they were out hunting, lost the most of
an ear and was considerably scratched,
JI don't mind the wounds so much, but
it breaks my heart to have mv head
by my most intimate friend for a
A Slow Train.
According to the trustworthy
Magazine, a man was traveling on
a "mixed train" (freight, with passenger
car attached) on u Western road,
whon ho went to tho conductor, and
aked him if he couldn't hurry up, as
his wife was sick, and ho wanted to see
her before sho died. The conductor
said ho was on time. Again tho man
came to tho conductor and said ho
guessed his wifo was dead by that time,
and he'dglvo tho conductor something
extra if he'd got thoro before the remains
wero so bad ho couldn't
hoi Tho conductor only grunted,
and !n a little while tho man again
him. If tho wind wasn't dead
ahead, ho said, ho wished he'd put on
more steam, because ho wanted to see
whore his wifo was buried before the
tombstone crumbled to pieces. Tho
conductor gave him no satisfaction.
Then ho begged him to rattlo ulcing a
bttlo hceauso ho had a noto coming uuo
in throo months. Tho conductor
threatened to lick him, and so the
sat down and got to talking and
lauhinc with another man, soon for
B"'S n is worry. iy auu oy uio con
doctor coming along said to him;
"Don't fool so badly about your wife's
death?" "Time heals all wounds,"
shrhed tho man. "And you aro not too
particular about that note,1' sneered
ihu conductor.,, MNot now That's
nu ngtit. Don't worry. I've boon lie:
until? up, and I find tlpit tho noto has
ndt,nwcd wince 1 spoke t6 you last!" I
FI,U8IIEI WITH SHAME,
flie Deflf&altlHff Caakler ef tfc Third
'National Bask, or HU IiOaU, Goc
Forth t XlBfflo With th CoavlcU
r a Penitentiary.
St. Louis, March 24. The soono
whon Obey E. Owon, tho defaulting
asller of tho Third National Bank of this
.ity, was admitted to tho United
at Cliestor, was a sad ono. Owen
eft the St. Louis Jail yesterday morning in
ibarge of Deputy Marshal Wheeler, and
by his father-in-law, John W.
take. Choster was reached a llttlo after
loon, and hero for the first time, Owen's
Kmrage scorned to fail him, and ho shook
'lis hoad sadly when he notiood some of tho
wnviots In their stripod clothes. As he shook
lands with the deputy marshal tears rolled
lovrn tho prisoner's face, and ho said, ".This
' hard." Bis hair was cut close, his board
Akcn off, and in a few minutes the trim
lusincis man was transformed into a
His fa co was flushed with shame as
io was sent out into the yard to minglo
with other convicts, and the scene was ono
painful to all who witnessed it. Owens
jentenco is for eight years, but good
may reduce the torm to a littlo over
.1. -M II
A RUNAWAY HEARST
riio Coflln Tliroivn Out and tlie Corpso
PiTTsntrno, March 24. Yestorday, whilo
iho corpse of J. P. Schmidt was being removed
to a South Side undertaking room,
.ho horacs attached to tho hcarso ran off,
dashing down tho main street at a fearful
ipecd. At Nineteenth street tho vehiolo
struck tho corner of a houao, and
was wrecked. Tho coffin was thrown
ntt upon the street, and tho lid being
broken exposed tho corpso to tho gaze of
tho crowd, which had been quickly collected
by tho accident. Tho horror of tho
liTair was manifest to all, and the remains
wero composed at once in the coffin, and
taken to a neighboring store, from which,
as soon as possible, thoy woro romoved to
their destination. The horses broke away
from the fragments of tho hoarse, and continued
their tlight to the river, where they
woro finally halted. Tho atTair created
tomporary great excitement.
XHcnpo or Deserter.
Columbus, 0., March 25. Tho two prisoners
whoso ingenious escape from the
United States Barracks has been reported,
wero Burt Spangbcrn and John Mo-bar,
of Cleveland. They had been sentenced
to two years in tho prison at Fori
Leavenworth, for desertion, and were soon
to be sent there. Tho guard was ono
Henry Swope, a raw recruit. The prisoners,
with chains to thoir logs, had been sent
to work in the rear of tho officers' quarters.
Ihoy soon got closo to tho guard, wrenched
his gun from him, marohod him at tho point
of the bayonet out to tho railroad track, a
distance of 250 yards, and, whilo ono pointed
the gun at tho guard, the othor broko ofl
the manacles with the tyyonet. They then
which they do.troycd, withdrew the charge
from tho gun, wiiluh thoy filled up with
laud, when they returned tho weapon to tho
guard, and scattered. The alarm was given
it the barracks, but it was too lato to find
the sharp convicts, and no trace of thorn has
yet boon discovered.
Tlfltii? Over a Heavy Deficit.
Moxtgosikhy, Ala., March 25. Tho deficit
of Itay, tho bookkeeper of the Merchants
& Planters Bank, ia placed
Tho bank will meet tho loss by using
$30,000 of its reserve and accumulation,
and by reducing its stock $25,000.
A Matrimonial Complication.
We loarn of a curious matrimonial
comi)l lent ion which occurred in doncs
County, (la., a Miort time no. It
fiocms'tlmt it certain vounir ladv was ar-
uVntly Houccht aftei bv two vounir
tlemch. Kaoh pn esbod his suit with so
muehzo! that the vounir ladv could
not decide between thorn Io pain
time she onr&ged herself to both, duly
appointing a time for marriage. Ono
young gentleman at once went to tho
father to et bis consent, and was made
Irqipy. Tho otlier no It ss promptly
the mother, with entirely
satisfactory results. Neither father nor
mother mentioned the nllalr to each
other. The young lady then wrote to
No. 1 postponing the murri go. But
the appointed time cmo on and No. 2
cMno with it, having made every
but at tho vavy lust moment ho
wasinformed of tho other engagement
and retired. No. 1 he ring iiow No. 2
wnfl treated and fe ring a liko fate,
withdrew from the race. Thereupon
No. 2 renewed his suit, won tho vacillating
fair one, and everybody waemado
happy. Macon Telegraph.
A. Swtefi named John Winkler, of
.Stone Greek, 0M recently exhibited a remarkable
feat of htrongth and physical
endurauo. Ou a wager of 810D, ho carried
a burred of flour, weighiug 225
puuids, a tlirttauoe of three inilort, in
minutes. Under ho
:ould have rested fifteon minutes, lmthe
itoppeu but four minutes of tho time,
mil came in on tho
but littlo fatigued. Chicago Jour
A. gentleman who was playing
in Toronto happened to touch ono
t the b'Uiard balls with tho lighted end
)f 1m oigurr Tho billiard ball
itely too fiv$L and burned rguidlv It
w oaile J Vitnc.
Vancetuirtr, Rome, Concord,
unci MuyHvllle Daily Pncket.
HAND Huuok Kkddkn, Capt.
It. L.lliiUOK. Clerk.
A i Lovch vanceljurs dally nt
5 o'clock a.m. for MuvhvIIIo.
mmammammemmmijiinvcii Mnynvlllo 1:30 p.m.
Ooos to Hlpley Mondays, Wednesdays and
Friday. Connects at Mauchoster with stage
for West Union. Kor frolght or pawuge apply
Cincinnati, 1'orinmonth. HltcNiinily A
Ioinoroy Packet Company.
JOHN KYLB, President.
Lkwis Glknn, Secretary and Treasurer.
C nnl O, II. K. PACKETS
For Huntington, ft'omeroytiiud nil way
TELEGRAPH, Mond's and Thursdays fi p. m.
! LEETWOOI), Tuesdays and Frldnys, 6 p. m.
UOSTONA.Wednesdnyaand Saturdays, fi p.m.
Portfiinnuth.nll Mall and Wnv LmullimH.
BONANZA, TueHdnys.Thursdaysant'ySi 12 m.
Maysvlllo.All Mall and Way Laiidlnus.
MORNING MAIL, dally (Sundays excepted)
Leave Cincinnati 4:80 a. m. Mnysvlllo, I p. in.
rrcint received on
T A8. H, HALLKK, CLAKENCK L. 8ALLEE,
Sallco & Sallce,
ATTOUNKY8 AT JLAW
INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Court Street, (seplCdly) MAY&VILLKKX
jyr i MAKsii.
A'lTOttNEY AT I, AW,
Justice or the. Pence,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
Will advortlpe n mX sell real estate. No charges
whatever1 unless a nlo is consummated.
Deeds, mortcnn Ao. written at rates as low as
any one's. Otllco Library Building, Sutton
O VUL i. ANOKJtNON,
jVo. 21 Murket St, nearly opp, Central Hotel,
Office Open at all Hour. MA YS VJLLK, KY
ALL of tho latest stylo colors of Cashmcro
Dress Go ids at
mlSMlw MRS. A. J. WILLIAMS
J. II. noDSON. D. C. FKA9SRR.
New Firm ! Fresh Coal !
D01)ON & FRAZEE, Hiiceessors to J. H.
Dodhon, We aio now offering tho best
ot Pomeroy Coal,' delivered to eustomers in
the city or in wagons at our yard. We also
keep constantly on hand Youglilouheuy t;oul
for blacksmith purposes; BembCannol and
Salt. Olllce and scales Front street, between
Wall and Short. Orders loftnt J. H.Dodson'8
gralu warehouse promptly attended to.
DODSON it FRAZEE,
in23 dim Coal and Leaf Tobacco Dealers.
Jr3L jl Jz& JJ s
1HK Host brand of Shirts at LOW Ugures.
1 Call audexumine.
Jii&ldlw MRS. A. J. WILLIAMS.
RugS, OH ClotllS and KiattiligS
' Will I rt cnli rill.'AD fi Mi r - Mi !.. ,l..,t
i m u uudwih viijvu iui inuilVAl iltllVJ lltljci
Call and seo them.
inSSdlw MRS. A. J. WILLIAMS.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of tho Kidneys.
HAH been used with most 'stratifying
In many obstlnato cases. Prof, K.
W. Clark, nrofessor of Gliemlitrv at tho Uni-
vernlty ot Cincinnati hu.vh thlH water "belongs
to the same class with that of the Alleujhnny
Hnrlmgrt, ot VirKinia," tho medicinal vlrtueH
oi which aro too well known to bo hi a ted here.
TIioho who desire to try this famous wator
are referred to Captain J. W. Uoyd, Levanna
Ohio; Captain C, M. Holloway. Cincinnati,
Ohio; .1, J. Halpo, Cincinnati, Ohio, For tmle
In half burrelHrtnd Jugs by
UU. HIMMON8, Proprietor,
m23ciAwtf Aberdeen, Ohio.
My Residence and 15 lores of ground abovo
thu MayHvlllo Fair Grounds on tho Mayavlllo
and Mt, Carmel turnpike. There aro on tho
premises 2 Tenant Houses and a large liarn
andHtable. Tlieio will heollered nt tho nnrno
tlmo 40 acres of Land on tho opposite of tho
pike, known as tho land. Thtslanl
too lies on Kennedy's creek, About ?t) acres is
hill laud and the rest bottom land. This land
will bo sold asau entirety or (separate, to .still
At tho same tlmo HouneholU and Kitchen
Furniture, couststiug of Piano, lieds, Heddlng,
live Cooking utoves, Carpets, Chab'H and all
kinds of HouHoliold and Kltobeu Furniture
and Tabloware.O head of AlUerney Cows, 3
Calves, 2 horses, all kinds of Farming Imple
menu, 1 two horse Wagon. I Ureal: waon, 1
Hoekaway and Haruoss. Also 10 shares in the
Maysvillo Fair Company.
sums over $25 notos with good
security will be required: all sums under that
amount cash In hand. Hale at 10 o'clock a. m.
Jlw Mlta. JUDITH It.CALVEHT.
Timothy niorloy'aadm'r Plaintiff.
vh. y Notice to Creditors.
Timothy Hlerley'a Holm Ac Defeudanta.
In purHuauce of an order la tho above notion
made by the clerk In vacation, the credit ore of
Timothy fllerley, deceased, will present thoir
claims and prove name, on or before April 1st,
1883, at my ofllce on Court Htreet, Mnysville,
mUlwQt i Master Commieslonor M. O. O,
G. W. GEISEL,
S o. f),V, Second St., . Opera Hon no,
Frultsand Vecetablesln season. Your patron
bo respectfully solicited. jWdlv
F. H. TRAXEL,
Baker and Confectioner
rKENII OYNTEKS A NVECIALTY.
The only manufacturer of PURE STICK
CANDY hi the city. Orderstor weddings and
parties promptly attended to. myodly
F. S. MYERS,
Groceries, Hats, Caps,
lloota and Hhoes, QueeiiBwareand Hardware
Highest cash price paid lot grain and country
Produce. Jyl5d A1t. OblVKT
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter.
Keeps constantly on hand IJath Tub.s, Water
Olosets. Wash Stands, Forco and Lift I'urnpH,
WiouKlttliou and Lead Pipo, Globe AUglonud
Check valves, Hteam and Water OaURes. Dealer
in tho celebrated Calumet brand of Bower
and Drain Pipe. Jobbing promptly attended
to and all work warranted. Second Htreet, two
doorH abovo Geo. T, Wood'N. HGd3m
PINE APPLE HAMS,
Home-made Yeast Cakes,
myOdly GEORGE I1EISER.
Manufacturer and Inventor of
Made Double or Slnclo for men or boys. Ad
dress WILLIAM CAUDLE,
carcT.K. Hull ASon,
aplidawly Maysvllle, Kjr.
J. C. Eackley & Co.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes.
Hats Gaps and Clothing.
Goods always what they are reccommonded
to bo. Main Street, Gormantown, Ky.
G. A. MoCARTHEYhns romovod
his Quoonswaro storo to tho building
on Sutton street, two doors
Second streot. myCdly
and SILVERWARE at
No. 43, Second Street, 3 doors West of Mnrket.
D AILY MARKET .
Receives every dny Kiver, Lake and Saltwater
SPRING MILLINERY GOODS
ITIAVKJust. received a handsome aupplylof
Millinery Ooods for the Hprlnt; trade. Now
Bonnets, Hats and Necltweav
in laet everytlilngoftholatesthtylefl,
and beautiful to behold 1 nk tho ladlento
call and examiuo my mock and compare price
mlOd&wlm MISS LOU l'OWLINU.
FARM FOR SALE.
AUKSIUAHLE farm of ono hundred ad
twentyelht acres.with a resideuco, blable
good tobacco ham and other bulldincu,
ou the Mayuvllie and Uermantown pike,
about Hoven miles from Mayhvillo. Apply to
Win. f 8moot. on the preinUeM. or to
rcSUifcwlni OAKUE'lTB. WALL, -
BILLS ! rit
NW EXECUTEO ML
Jj A THE ft) 4 J
A. S0RRIES & SON,
WALKING CAN:, Ac.
AT.NO, REPAIRERS of UxxtiH; Locks,
1'arasols, HewinRMoohinofl, Ac, Ac,
NV-Keys ou band and Made, to Order.
Stencil CattMg a Spectaltjr.iK
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