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THE DAILY BULLETIN
SATURDAY EVENING MAY 31 1884
The Greenbackcrs in session at Indian
apolis nominated Butler and West as
their Presidential ticket
Tjie loss by the firo at Sharpsburg is
reported to bo 50000 on which thoro
was an inBuranco of 23000
The United States Senate has agreed
that the several States shall bo reim
bursed for interest piid on war loans
It is reported that Tilden has said em
phatically that ho is willing to run for
President under existing circumstances
even if it costs his life to do so
The Mt Sterling Suntinel Domocrat
has been discontinued for want of pat
ronage It was a newsy enterprising
journal and deservod a better fate
Do not learn telegraphy The
cranhers Advocate says There is in
reality on the average one student for
ovory telegraph oflico in the United
States and Canada When the crash
comes it will be awful
Collections of Internal Revenue in ten
months of the fiscal year 09164745 a
decrease of 1990SG27 compared with
the corresponding period of tho previous
vear The principal decreaso was on to
bacco Tliore was an increase of 12-
400504 from spirits
Tin Cincinnati Enquirers Washing
ton correspondent says Considerable
betting is being done on the result of the
Chicago Convention Most of it is in
form of the field against Maine or Arthur
The ratio is about S100 to 00 tho takers
of the field making the 100 wager
against the 00 for Blaine or Arthur
It is learned that a combination is be
ing formed between certain Blaine and
Logan people by which a number of the
latter have agreed with a like number of
the former that they will support Blaine
on the first three ballots on condition
that an equal number of Blaine people
shall go with them to Logan at tho end of
that time if Blaine is not nominated
The Logan men believe that by this plan
they can form a nucleus of a stampede to
Logan
A Civilized Chinaman
From tlio Denver Opinion
Ho was a Chinaman and his name
was Hong Koe He was on a tear
Me busteo town wide open alle
samee Melican man he cried
There was silence and they allowed
him the right of way of the streets
Balkeepee setemup dlinks Alio
sameeMelicin man It was done
Balkeepee chanro up Alle samee
Melicin man And he was bounced
The Chinese must go
He Wasnt 1 lie Kid
From tli Detroit Free Press
Boy he called as ho snapped his
fingers at a postodice bootblack are
you the lad I handed a dollar bill to yes
terdav to get changed and you beat nu
out o thirteen cents
No
Look out How do von know vou
aint V
Caue do I look like a boy whod
beat you out of a shilling when I could
walk oil w ith the dollar Straugei you
must have got hold of some po r leetle
kid whos just begun biziness
i
The Argus siy there are some peo
ple apparently well meaning who evi
dently neither undei stand nor appreciate
Judge llaigis Doubtless that is true
but there is still a larger el iss of appar
ently well meaning people who under
stand Judge llargis to well to appreci
ate him Well meaning people who see
the Chief Justice of Kentucky in be
draggled ermine of bis high office flop
ping around in tho dirty pjol of partis in
and personal politics making anony
mously against a candidate for the heat
which llargis now holds charges which
he dato not put his name to are very
likely to appreciate him less the more
theunderstand him Louisville Times
CHAIXLB TO A ROCK TO 11 1
A West Virginia runners Cruelty o
Ills Wife
Under date of May 20th the following
comes from Wheeling W Ya West
Yirgiuia secins to have an epidemic of
sensation cases John Adams a promi
nent and wealthy farmer and Shetifi of
tho county became infatuated with a dis
solute character To freo himself from
his wife Adams brought suit for divorce
on tho ground of unfaithfulness and so
cured witnesses to sustain tho charge
After tho granting of tho divorce Mis
Adams disappeared from tho neighbor
hood and it was supposed that sho had
left tho country Saturday evening one
of her children aged thirteen who was
Visiting a few mileu from homo in climb
ing Mount lleroa mountain thickly wood
ed camo ncross a rain pen Looking
in ho saw a woman lie ran to tho
nearest house for some friends Return
ing they found tho mother of tho child
nearly dead from exposure chained
to a rock in tho pen On being lovived
she said her husband had had hor taken
to a cave and kept thoro till almost dead
from starvation Two davs boforo ho
brought her to tho pen and fastened her
with tho chain Tho place whoro she
was found is lonely and is not visited
onco inn year It is supposed that tho
husband meant to let her die then re
movo tho chains nnd mnko it appear a
case of suicide Tho county is terribly
roused and tho guilty man nnd his dis
soluto friend willbo lynched if caught
Mrs Adams will die
FOREIGN
EPSOM DOWH9
Lotoow May 3L Tb rc for the Oak
takes tbr year old fillies was run on
Epsom Down to day and won by Busy
body Snporba ocond Queen Atlelldo
third
MOIUl BXrLOSIVKS
Dublw May 31 The police are oxor
clsed over tho dlscorery of a package of
Hartinda Henry Rifte cartrldgai to day in
Camden Row It is thought the parcel
was dropped by partlee in a hurry to se
crets a contraband load The police are
now searching the neighborhood
Kioicmo yon x fediqrke
LOKDOf May 3L Objection has been
1 edged with the stewards of the Jockoy
Club against J Hammonds St Qatien
one of the Derby wither The objection
is founded on the claim that St Orations
pedigree is insufficiently described by bar
owners
A LORD WITH A BTWESW IIO
Loitdot May 31 Lord Aylesford wha
arrived in England May M atxt who in
tended at the end of a few weeks to return
to his ranch in Texas has been obliged on
account of a serious accideat to indefi
nitely postpone hU departure to America
One of his legs was broken in two places
by a railroad dUaster
DKATIHO TUB niHOLIfllL
Loxdot May 31 At Nottingham to day
the American La Crow team scored an
other victory defeating the home team by
six goals to nothing
PARISIAN IRISH DT5AMITBR3
Paris May 31 The Irish dynamiters in
Paris aro impatiently awaiting the promis
ed visit of Prof MezzeroiT which they hope
will neutralize tho Conservative influence
of Mr Stephens proposed anti Dynamite
Convention Sir Chas Duffy is preparing
a series of articles for publication which
are intended to impress with zeal the mem
bers of the Nationalist party Mir Charles
confines his recommondations to tho
of tho College Green Irish Par
liament and only indirectly opposes Mr
Iarnolls policy Messrs John Oleary
Clarice Huby nnd other members of tho
Nationalist party will write in a similar
vein
AN KMnAIlASSKU BAROX
UrtLiv May 31 Baron Von Stnrck
tho iriino Minister of the Dukodom of
Hesse lias resigned on account of compli
cations growing out of the Grand Dukes
marriage to Madame Kolomue Herr
Finger one of tho counsellors of State sue
coeds him
DECORATION DAY
Generally Observed Throughout tlie
Country
Cincinnati May 31 Decoration Day
wa observed here to day in tho usual man
ner Military and civic ordors turned out
in parade about 1500 men in line and
marched to Spring Grove Cemetery
Flowers in the pro ssion wore ploutiful
among them a beautiful altar of pansies
pineas and immortelles surmounted by a
spread eagle holding in its talons an open
Bible
The First rogiuvint turned out VJi strong
tho rank and tile consisting only of those
who turned out in the riot
Tho U A 11 wore in full uniform tho
privates currying light canes while tho of
ficers carried old army sabers
Tho soldiers and bailors carried an an
chor of tuberoses mounted on which was
the following To our sailors buried in
the sea
Bloomington 111 May 31 Ex Vice
President David Davis presided at tho dec
oration bervices hold here to day and de
livered u short und olotpiont address
Richmond Ya May 31 Federal Docor
utlon Day was generally observed here
The graves in the National cemeteries were
strown with flowers
Wasiiinuton May 31 Observance of
tho day was genoral and tho weather fine
UniUAOO May 31 Decoration Day was
extensively aboerved by the almost total
suspension of business here There was a
great rush to suburban cemeteries Ingor
soll orated nt Oakwood Ueraotory There
was a groat military and civic parade fol
lowed iy u mass meeting at tho Lako Front
lurk where a floral monument was
erected Emory A Storrs orutod
St Loris May 31 Six Grand Army
posts wont by bouts to Jeiferson Barracks
whero thoy rooivod a salute of thirty olght
guns and thon were oscorted by Uuitod
states troops who marched to tho Na
tional Cemetery where the usuul ceremo
nies were observod
Brooklyn May 31 Decoration Day was
generally observed as a holiday throughout
tuo ci y All municipal buildings and the
e urts were closed Tho parade was un
usually flue It was reviewed nt Fore
Given by Generals Sheridan Grant and
Sherman und Mayor Low After the
parade the Grand Army posts visited tho
cemeteries and decorated tho graves of
their doad comrades
IiilllC ill II llOtOl
CiUOAOO May 31 At 1130 oclock last
night tho stove wurerooms of Cribben Sox
ton Co on Lake streot adjoining the
Tremont House took fire Soon after a
second alarm was turned iu Grout vol
umes of smoko poured into tho hotel and
engines nnd lire trucks rattled in tho
streets Tho hotel was crowded and the
guests rushed terror stricken and half
dressed into tho hallways Tho hotel em
ployes assured the guests thoro was no
danger und succeedod in quieting them
without mishap Tho building on firo was
a live story stouo front and tho damage
does not exceed ioOOO
Snow In 1cimsylviuilu und Now
Vorlc
PiTTsnuRO Pa May 31 At an oarly
hour this morning a slight snow fell Tho
air is very cold A privato dispatch from
Bradford Pennsylvania at 10 oclock said
Snowing here since 0 oclocff and very
cold
BiWAi0 May 31 Snow foil at 0 oclock
this morning followed by a driving ruin
At 0 oclock Hakes woro again visiblo with
tho thennomotor at 3J dog above zero
An Undertakers Singular Conduct
San Antonio Tox May 31 Tho body
of Fergus O C Robinson a wealthy Eng
lishman who died nine miles from bore
was placed in a bhroud anil collln by
friends whon attorney Drought sont an
undertaker who took the body from tho
ollln toro oil the sliroul und placed it
In another shroud nnd cjolllu Drought
then applied for udmluitrntiou on his es
tate but was defeated bit evening in tho
sourt hero
t7
Capital Prize 150000
We do hereby certify that w supcrvUe the
arrangements or all the Monthly and tjemt
Annual Vrawhgi of the Louisiana mate Lot
tery Company and in per3on manage nnd con
trot the Drawings themselves and that the same
are conducted with honesty fairness and In
good faith toward all parties and we authorize
lite vampanu to use ina ccrtijicate uninjac nm
lies or our tig
ments
natures attached in its
sf tr
Commissioners
Unprecedented Attraction
Over Haifa Million Distributed
LOUISIANA STATELOTTERY COMPANY
Incorporated in 18CS for twenty flvo yenrs
tiv the Legislature for Educational nnd Char
Itablo purpose with a capital ol SIUX0jO
to which a reserve fund ot over JMUOOu has
since been added
By nn overwhelming popular vote Its fran
chise was inmlo a pnrt ol tho present Htnte
Constitution adopted December 2 AD 1H70
Us Ornnri Nlnirlo umber Ilntirliijrs
will take plnco monthly It never wide or
postpones Look at the following distribu
tion Jtinih iriinl Monthly anil the
nil nary Noiul Aiiniuil lriiwliiln
tlio Academy ol Music New Orlenns
TUESDAY JUNE 17 1884
under the personal supervision of Geneial
UTiKAURKOAKDnl Louisiana and Gen
eral J URAL A EARLY of Vltglnla
CAPITAL PRIZE 150000
W MorHK TlokoiN lire 810 onlj
Halves 1 lfihs Tenths 81
list or 1iuzES
1 UITAL PRIZE OF SI 50000 S150O0
1 GRAND PIUK OK 60000 50000
1 OIIAND PKIK OF ioit0 VOOOO
2 liAKUK PRIZES OK 10000 SlOUO
I LAKOK PRIZES OK 51 fl 20000
CO PRIZES OF 1000 UUOOO
fill 500 2o0t
110 300 30000
200 2lK 40000
000 100 W00U
1000 GO 50000
AlIHOXIMATION lltlZhS
100 Apptoxlmullon Prizes of S200 20000
J00 100 10H0
100 75 7500
2270 Prizes ninonntlng to 522600
Application for rates to clubs should ho
ninde only to the olllco of tho company In
New Orleans
For tuither lnfonnntlon write clearly giv
Ine full address Alnlte P O Money orders
paynble and addie s Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL HANK
NowOrleauH La
POSTAL NOTES and ordinary letters by
Mall or express Call hums of 5 and upwards
by Express ut our expense to
AI A DAUPHIN
Now Orleans Ia
or M A DAUPHIN
007 Stventu street Washington D C
i
iiticura
WfiWmSIfiGWfES
M1HOU3A JDS OF BETTERS In onr poses
X sloii lepeat this stoiy I have been u terri
ble sufleiei for yeais wltli blood and sklu
lniinois have been obliged to shuu public
iilacesby reason of my dlstlgtulng humors
liave hud tlio best physicians have spent
lmiulrids of dollars nnd got no real lellet
until I used the Cuticuka iusoivknt tho
new blood puilfler luteinallv andtUTicuiiA
and Cuticuka fsoAi the Oieat slcln cures
and hklu Ieuitllltis externally whlrh nuvc
cm otl me and leit my sltln and blond as punt
asnchllds
AiJKisr iNcucmiiM
Iiimrs E ltlchaidsfin Custom Iloii e New
Oi leans on oath s iys in 170 sproinlous
ulceis binlco out ou my body until 1 wus n
mahsol eorruplloii Everytnlng known to
t ouiPiilcal Inculty wus fried In vain 1 be
came u mere wieck At times could not lift
my hauls tn my head could not turn in bod
was in constant pain and looked upon life
in a ciiisc No relief or cure In tun years In
1M I heard of tho Cuticuka Rkmeuiks used
thmn and was poifecllv cured
Hum u to befoio U S Com J I Crawford
MI II 11 oki so
Will McDonald 2512 Denrbom Street Chi
cago guilefully acknowledges a cuio of
eczema or salt rheum ou head neck face
aims and legs for seventeen yeais not able
to move except on hands and kuoes tor one
year not able to holphlmseli for eight years
irl d hundreds of remedies doctors pionoun
ceil hlscHso hopeless permanently cuied by
tho Cuticuka Rumkuies
atom woxiiurui yet
II E Carpenter Henderson N cured of
poiliisls or lenrosy of twenty yours stand
ing by CuntUitA RKJtKDifH Tho most
wondoiful cine on recoid A dustpnnful ol
bcales loll from him dally Physklaus nnd
his iileuds thought ho must die Cure sworn
lobeluio n Justice of the peace aud Ileuder
sons most pioinlnent cltizeus
liONT WAIT
Write to us for those testimonials In full or
t end lit Id to tho pintles All are absolutely
ti uo and given without our knowledge or mi
llcltatlon Uont wait Now is tho tiino to
cure overy species ot Itching scaly pimply
scrofulous Inherited contagious and copper
coloied diseases of tho blood skin und scalp
with loss of hulr
Hold by nil druggists Price Cuticuka 50
cts Rfholvknt Jl Hoav 25 cents Poitkk
UUVQ AND ClIEMIOAI CO HostOt ftlOSS
Tin A TTfP V For lough chapped nnd
JjUixU J X oily skin blackheads and
skin blemishes uso Cuticuka Hoai wisdw
vrOTICE TO
BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS
Healed Proposals will bo rccolvpd until
Tuesday Juno JO 1881 for tho tarnishing ol
mntoilul and eonstiuotlng according to tlio
plans and specifications the Presbyterian
Chinch Maysvllle Ky Plans and specifica
tions icady lor inspection at H L Nowolls
store Proposals will bo lecelved lor tho en
tiro woik exclusive of tho excavation und
building foundation excepting tho finishing
of the main nudttmium that to bo made in a
separate bid bidders to specify tho dnto they
obligate thomsolves to complete contract
The entire work to bo done on a cash basis
Wo making payments its tho work progresses
lesorvlng twenty por cent until completion
orconliact J JAMES WOOD
nilevw2w Seoy llulldlng Committee
I vKN SX1ITI1 tf WlltllliE
DENTISTS
Olllco Court Street
aplfldly Maysvllle Ky
MQBaTtiouiftniliofcietor 5frtou Dcbllllr mrn
Fto Am Ktat anit phytlcitl wbiOcdc lutnunUuuiitui
QHBaiaicXctflegorauycftUielcurcilbyNERVITA Sb C Emtuu promedol lUo rciuita DflndlicrolUiiit
Strong filth that It will curs firry nit prnrapl m lu xiu tu
s7r iiiKJifrSirnj D TR I A I
A R BURGESS
Is now oflering GREAT UAROAINS in tho following
lines of NEW U00D9 which hnve Just been received
Parasols Fans Lluoii Do Duccas Plaid De Dnccas Ta
ble Linens Napkins Qros Groin Silks and a very great vnrioty of other Seasonable Goods
DRESS GOODS
In Colored Coshmoros Black Cashmeres Rlack Taffeta Lalue Grey all Wool Blege White
Embroidered Suits n largo line of cliolco styles Lnwns
nt five coats per ynrd Towels a HpeInlty A choIco i
assortment of ore- GENTS FURNISHING GOODS ffu
OF ALL KINDS-
A R BURGESS
WHITE GOODS
We place en sale this week genuine
Bargains in White Goods
Checked Nainsooks at 10 12 15 and 20c
Victoria Lawns at 8 1 3 10 12 1 2 and 15c
India Linons 12 1 2 15 16 2 3 20 and 25c
Lace Checks at 10 12 1 2 15 and 20c
Lace Stripes at 10 12 1 2 15 and 20c
Hamburg and Swiss Embroideries Tor
chon Laces and Everlasting Trimmings
New Gloves New Hosiery five hun
dred Silk and Satin lined Parasols at
extremely Low Prices
J W SPARKS BRO
The Leaders of Low Prices Maysville
FRESH ARRXYALT
Of Spring Goods at the-
KENTUCKY
CLOTHING HOUSE
Mens Youths and Childrens CLOTHING
at extremely LOW PRICKS Our MERCHANT TULORING department is complete in
every detail BO PEKI EUl FITd GUARANTEED
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS I
Hats Caps Trunks and Valises
VXOROY LGB
31 Second Street Maysville
CHAS S YOUNG
fed m
VGUN
J W FITZGERALD
m mL bO
Have In stock a full Hue of-
ot Goods a Sim Iliraar
AND ALL THE LATEST STYLES OF
-NECK-WEAR-
Kir Shirts mado to ordor Aconts for tho ELECTRIC LAUNDRY Cincinnati Ohio
A M Rogers-
IX-
BOOTS SHOES
3E3C ATS and OAFS
No 41 Hecoud Street
MAYSVILLE KY
J T KACKLEY
Mantol Oranaraonts Decorations and
PLUSH PAPERS
In all shades Red niue Green and Oromso AUo plain Red Centers and Corner Plocos in
Croat assortment Alxo the tlnest soloctlou of Chuap Papon evor shown by us and our prl
cosKieatly reduced Wo mean what wo say Kacltloys IliotOBiaphOallory In same building
aioiawiy J T KACKLEY Successor to M K
birry u 4r
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