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DAILY EVENING BOLLETIN
SATURDAY EVENING FEB 4 1882
Tiik Whipping Post bill was again de
feated in the Legislature Thursday
At Cincinnati since January 1 1881 there
have been G05 cases of small pox and 124
deaths
Says the New York Sun
Cleanliness Is an enemy to all diseases but
it can not take the place of vaccination as a
shield aizalnst Miiall pox though It will prove
a valuable auxiliary
Senator Davis it is said will vote with
the Republicons in favor of the admission
of the southern half of Dakota as a state
It is thought the bill will pass at this
session of Congress
The sub committee on ways and means
reported favorably to the full committee
on the bill to abolish the export tax on to
barco and the bill allowing brewers to
stamp their packages instead of bottles
The State Senate has passed the bill for
the benefit of the Geological Survey and
Bureau of Immigration appropriating
thereto 12000 A bill was passed by
the louse to exclude from jury service all
persons under indictment
Shrrmans Funding Bill is said to have
only a bad chance in the Senate The
amendment of Mr Plumb limiting the re
demption fund to 100000000 is thought
to have practically killed the bill It will
probably come up for consideration in the
next few days
Under the new appointment bill was
before the Legislature and which will
probably this the tenth district will be
entitled to thirteen representatives as
follows Mason two Bracken one
Nicholas and Robertson one Harrison
one Pendleton one Campbell two
Grant one Boone one Gallatin one
Kenton outsido of the corporate limits of
the city of Covington one the city of
Covington two viz the first second
third sixth and ninth wards one and the
fourth fifth seventh and eighth wards
one This senatorial district will be com
posed of the following named counties
Mason Lewis and Robertson-
Tun outlook for Kentucky
is just now not considered very en
couraging A cabinet officer who is sup
posed to enjoy the confidence of the Pres
ident is the authority for the statement
that the hunting down of offices by Ken
tuckians will result in an entire change
all over the state Those changes it is
paid will bo made slowly and with great
caution to tho end that no mistakes that
will have to bo apoligizerl for shall be
made The men who have been ban ing
about Washington pressing their claims
upon the President are to bo sent about
their business as not worthy of appoint
ment
ONthosubjectofadvertisingthe Courier
journal correctly says Nothing is more
common when bushier grojvs dull after
the holidays for merchants manufacturers
and others to seek a reduction of expenses
by withdrawing their advertising patron
age from the newspaper This however
is very short sighted policy it is almorst
lileo taking in the sign board from ones
store door or hiding onos light under a
bushel Human nature is a cm ions con
glomeration of molivrs and action and
When a man sees a dealer looking gloomy
hears him talking discouragiugly and
finds him dispensing with the ordinary
signs of thrift lieiuptJo transfer his cus
tom to a mpm prosperous looking neighbor
pretty much on the principle that- the
Yilfl i locks -to tho rising and shuns the
RTUlf ihg enterprise Dont cense ladVenisr
ing
NEWS BREVITIES
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Thoicodrt house at Marion O has vbeen
comdemned
John Stagier died of heart disease at
West Jefferson O
Hudson Sheldon shot George Letchet in
the head at Norwalk O
A tramp named John Peters was killed
by cars at VVashburne O
Edward Ball lrtul both arms broken by
a fall at Spring Valley O
The thermometer was 71 above zero at
Bismarck Dakota Friday
John Dalton who had his leg cut off by
the cars at Alliance O is dead
M P Meyers grocer at Lima O has
failed Liabilities not known
II C Ewell of Paducah Ky has made
an assignment Liabilities withheld
Mrs liosi Aultheureith Powers died of
puerperal fever at Cuyahoga Falls O
lVrd Nellis of Geneva Ohio had both
arms amputated the effect of a collion
The store of V II Crate Co at Oil
City Pav was robbed of 900 in money
J W Elmore of Crawfordsvillo Ind
has made an assignment Liabilities 0
000
Samuel Miller wS killed at German
town 0 by being caught in a planing mill
shaft
The persons who stole the bod of the
Earl of Crnuvford are supposed to be in
thiso inntry
J C Slaglo was found dead in his barn
at West Jefferson O supposed cause
heart disease
At Newark N J another fraudulent
check by auditor Palmer for nearly 7000
has been discovered
Mrs Annie Howard who died of starva
tion in Boston had 4000 in bank and 40
in cash iu the house
Marv J Skillen has commenced suit for
10000 against Shafer Alhers and Geo
Hem an at Sindey O
Fire at Findley O destroyed J M Hu
hers drug store and other buildings To
tal loss about 14000
The Governor of Pennsyvania has grant
ed a respite to John Coyle sentenced to
be hanged March 24th
A man named Tone5 who hails from
Indiana was arrested at Eliabethtown
Ky for horse stealing
John II Beebe a mail agent on the
Wabash road was seriously injured by
cars near Rochester Ind
Newby Johnson was killed and four
others seriously injured by a boiler ex
plosipn at Louisville Ky
A train of cattle was wrecked near
Greensburg Pa Four cars were demolish
ed and many cattle killed
Mike Walsh who killed John Smith in
St Louis last summer has een convicted
of murder in tho first degree
Very great damage tins been done by
floods in the Warrior Bigbee and Tombig
bee Rivers Central Alabama
A police officer of Allegheny City was
shot and probably fatally wounded while
chasing a gang of chicken thieves
The wife and son of Nelon Decker De
troit Mich were drowned while trying
ing to cross Crooked Lake in a cutter
A sneak thief at Glenwood Ohio en
tered a church and took therefrom valu
ables to the amount of several dollars No
clew
Four persons were burned to death at
Walla AValla W T The unfortunates
were Eliza Medler her daughter Emma
Isadore Medler and her son Arthur
Sales of Lann
The following changes in the ownership
of land have been recorded at the office
of the Clerk of tho County Court since
W II Shafor and wife to L Roser ono twenty-seventh
antl tho sixteenth of one twonty
suvonth Interest ln the property on Market
street now occupied by grantee consideration
W HShafer and wife to J II Pecor same
Interest in home and lotou Second street be
tween Market and Court street consldsratlon
WW
Wm- Illckoy to C rt EI R Ft Company
right of way consideration 1 ifcc
Carrie Duvutl oC A S E II It Co right 6f
way consideration 51 o
iulhun Wofthlngton to same right of way
consideration 1
8 M Worlhlirjdon to whip rlghtof way
consideration tfl l
B I Melutiro to same right of way consid
eration 1
Amanda B Ward and oihois to same right
of wrfyoQrislhdrtlon -
JuintVGrfuUto Kame rig h for why consider
ullonSl
JOSEPH F BRODRICK
MAYSVILLE KY
Fire Life and Marine
f3 0mdw
Dr Frnziprs Root Hitters
Frazlers Root Bitters are not a dram shop
whisky beverage but aro strictly medicinal iu
every sense They act strongly upon the Hvei
and kidneys keep the bowels open and regular
make the weak strong heal tho lungs build
up tho nerves and cleanse tho blood and sys
tem of every Impurity
For dizziness rush of blood to tho head
teridirig to apoplexy dyspepsia fever and
ague dropsy pimples and blotches scrofulous
humors and sores tetter ring worni white
swelling erysipelas sore eyes and for young
mensutleilng from weaknessordeblllty caused
from imprudence and to lemales In delicate
health Frazlers Hoot Hitters aro especially
recommended
Dr Frazler I have used two bottles of your
Root Bitters tor dyspepsia dizziness weakness
ami kidneydibease and they did me more good
than the doctors and all tho medicine I evor
used From the first dose I took I began tp
mend and I am now in perfect health- and
feel as well asl ever did I consider your med
icine one of the greatest blessing-
Mks Maktin Cleveland O
Sold by Geortre T Wood at 51 per bottle
HENRY CO Sole Proprs
0J Vesey Street N Y
PILES 1ILES PILES
Sure Cure Found 1 Last
Need Suffer
-No One
A sure cure for blind bleeding itching and
ulcerated piles has been discovered by Dr
William an Indian remedy called Dr Wil
liams Indian Ointment A single box hns
cured the worst chronic cases ol twenty five or
thirty years standing No one need suffer five
minutes after applying this wonderful sooth
ing medicine Lotions instruments and dec
turles do more harm than good Williams
Ointment absorbs tho tumors allays the in
tense Itching particularly at night utter get
ling warm In bed acts as a poultice gives in
stunt and painless relief and is preparded only
for piles itching of the private parts and noth
iug else
Read what tho Hon J M Coffinberry ol
Cleveland bays about Dr Williams Pile Oiut
ipent I have used scores of pile cures and it
affords me pleasure to say that I have never
found anything which gave me such immedi
ate and permanent relief as Dr Williams Jn
dian Ointment
For sale by George T Wood or mailed on ro
ceiptof price 1
HKNRY CO Sole Proprs
62 Vesey Street N Y
Skiii Diseases Cured
JJy JDn Fkazikrb Magic Ointment Cures
as if by mnglc pimples black head or grub
blotches and eruptions on the face leaving the
skin clear healthy and beautiful Also euros
Itch barbers Itch halt rheum tetterringworm
scald head chapped hands sore nipples sore
lips old obstinate ulcers and sores c
SKIM DIHKABK
F Drake Esq Cleveland O sutfercd beyond
all description from a skin disease which ap
peared on his hands head and face and nearly
destroyed his eyes The most careful doctoring
failed to help him and alter all had failed he
used Dr Frazlers Magic Ointment and was
cured by a fow applications
Tho first and positive cure for skin diseases
over discovered
Sent by mail on rocelpt of price flfty cents
HENRY fe CO Sole Proprs
02 Vesey Street N Y
For blind bleeding Itching or ulcerated plies
Dr Wjllamsllndlan Pile Olntmeut Is a suro
cure Price by mall For sale by Georgo T
Wood druggist
ThccMnoftbce CKI KBRATKI WATCHES beautiful
tnermert aro injrt of ttio nets duliHtltuto for pold callcU
ALUMINIUM aQln TbpmovcniinuanofthcbtAmcr
pun Ievvr Pattern Thcjare durable and n lliilil jvnd have
Oienpuiranrf of afOO fjoM Ttatch Sent bvinilHrclftrd
on r cfrt oTSSilvnd 5 threrftf Dt fctniftffv AArircwi AKCADU
JEWlLllY CO iBiporfrs 21 Arcade Cincinnati O
FOR SALE
4
TtflVK BHICIC DWIiIilN mi Front
JN THtU Ward and TWO 660 D LOTS Vou
IThird streetFIth YOTl Apijhdy to
J31t
Court street Maysvllle
WANTS
To Rent a house with seven or
eight rooms by a good tenant Apply at
JKUtfd m THIS OFFICE
irANTEI Two unfurnished rooms oora
W munlcatlng for light housekeeping Ad
dress 3ilf THf 5 K TOV
FOUtfOi
noUND A bunch ol keys Apply at
JP J27 THIS OFFICE
FOR RENT
4
TWO STORY bilclt house in Dover con
A talcing 8 looms with uod cKienuand all
necessary out buildings I will tent this prop
eity on reasonable terms
I lealso alot of bar fixtures in good condi
tion that I will sell at u reasonable price
jaoimduw Wm M UNZINU Dover Ky
4
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Vov Ripley Dover Ilitiirinsport An
trust IllilO IOSllP Moscow Sow
KiciimoiMl and Ciincimiuti
Igoiexafttt JIAIJi R S Mokgan Master
F A Bhvson and Rouv McCall lerks
T I 111 ltMl
jjiuvuig muviiiu ui iiuu
Viiuceburg Mnysvllo ntnl Ciuclmmt
Tri WeeKly Iackot
W P TIIOJUWON ll L Rkdden Capt
Moss Tavlok Purser
H Reddisn and A i Mutsrc Clerks
Hi I
am Airivingaiuinciuuuu
at 5 p in
Linaves vaiiciburg aununya
Tuesdays and Thurfedays
Leaves Cincinnati Mondays
Aednesdays and Fridays For ireight or pas
sage apply on board
Vmicoburtf Roiiip Concord 3IaiiheH
ler and JlayNVillc Daily Packpt
HANDY Bhuck Redden Capt
R L Ruuok Clerk
Loves vanceburg daily at
fi oclock a in for Maysvllle
Leaves Maysvillo at lW p n
Joes to Ripley Mondays Wednesdays anl
Friday Connects at Manchester with atapc
for west Union For freight or passage apply
on b o arch
UPPER OHIO
CincinnntL Wheeling mill Piltsburg
DAILY 5 P M PACKET LINE
JN WiiiiiiAMSONSupt Office 4 Pub Lang
Monday SCOTIA F Maralta
Tuesday St LAWRENCE -Wm List
Wedy KATIE STOCKDALE Calhoon
Thursday HUDSON Sanford
Friday ANDKS C Muhleman
saty EMiMA GRAHAM HKnowles
Coys wliarfboat fo6c TVIaln
t at all hours J Shearers
WdaUtih n
Co Roasefe Mosse Amenta
Cinclniintf lorlfm nlli Dip Sandy A
Poinerrty Packet Company- y
John Kylk res II E Qkkknk See
L GliKNN Treas W P W AMCKit Jr Agot
3 AND O R R PAOKKT VOlt HUNTrNGTOET
FLEETWOOD Dally I P M -BOSTON A
For Pomeroy and All Way Landtags
OHIO Mondays Thursdays 5 P II
TELEGRAPH Tuesdays Fiidnys 6P M
POTOMAC Wednesdays Saturdays 5 PM
Portsmouth all Mail and Way Landings
BONANZA Tuesys ThursysSaturys lv5 M
Mnysvlllo All Mull and Way Landtags
MORNING MAIL Daily Leave Oluolnnatt
7 A M Maysvillo 3 PM
Freight received on wharf-
boat loot of Broadway C
VI HOLLOWAY
deut
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NOTICE
m
NOTICE is hereby clven of the Incorporation
of the Adams Dlstlllgry Company time
1 Tho names of the corporators are James
Levy Frank M Williams and Otho Adams
The name of tho corporation Is Adams Distil
lery Company and Us principal place of
transacting business Maysvllle Ky
Ohio
2 The general nature of tho business to bit
transacted is manufacturing Avhlsky gelling
its manufactures nnd dealing In things con
nected with a dlstljleryw v
3 Authorized 6apUal stock Ton Thousand
Dollars to bo paid 1 11 full upon subscription
I Corporat7ontQCotnmoricoon Decombor 1
I8HlHndcoritlftu5tlypjjf8
5 Tho offifiVs oflliecovporRtion to be con
ducted by itsPresldoufand with the aid of tho
Secretary and Treasurer one o nicer
Tho highest amount ol Indnbtncss to which
ahl cprpmMitlpiin1ayJat any timd subjeot
ltfelfOnephilsiudDciliais 5
7 Pilvrtte property of members to bo oxompt
from cornoiatodobt
MIA NIC Al WILLIAMS
Po4nAaiaa
Corporators
Dated Maysvllle January U 1882 jiHw

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