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DAILY EVENING BDLLETIN,
WEDNDAY EVE., MAY 16, 1882. c0"Tkums : The Evening Bulletin Is published dally, nnd served Ireo of postage at 0 cents per week; 2o cents per month ; 75ceuta per three months ; 81.50 per six months, and 83 per year, payable In advance. OVTHE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY, CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN ANY OIHER PAPER PUBLISHED IN MAYS-VILLE. The President has signed the tariff commission bill. The Senate committee on Public buildings, has reported favorably the bill providing for the erection of a goverment building at Louisville. It is telegraphed from "Washington that the judges who have been considering the bill of exceptions in the Guiteau case have rendered a decision, affirming the sentence of the court below, and overruling the exceptions. Guiteau will be hanged June 30th 1SS2. . A despatch from Carlisle says : The western section of this county seems Ill-fated. Last summe.1 the papers contained a detailed account of the great sufferings of the people therefrom the drought and consequent lailuro of crops. Last week the hard rains destroyed nearly every corn-field and tobacco-bed In thatsamesection, by washing them out. During the winter and spring the County Judge made liberal donations of public funds for the building of several needed turn pikes in that section, thereby giving employment to huudredsof needy persons, and improvements to the county. The case of A. J. Hodder, assignee of the Kentucky and Great Eastern Construction Company, against the Kentucky and Great Eastern Railway Company, pending in the United States Court at Covington, has been submitted on briefs. When the case is finally decided, we may expect to see the work of building the road from this place to Ashland go on energetically. A "Washington despatch to the Cincinnati Commercial says : Morris Hutchins, recently nominated Postmaster at Maysville, Ky is understood to bo here in covert. HeTiaa brought his brass medal with him. He will not secure confirmation as easily as he did the medal. Ex-Postmaster Stockton's friends are still hopeful. Mr. II. and his medal are now in Mays-ville and have not been out of town, to our knowledge, for several days past except Higginsport, where he was one of the speakers at the Foster reunion. The Great Eastern Combination now exhibiting at the opera house give a very good entertainment. The management has lately added several attractive features not announced on the bills, among them little Frankie Jones an unusually promising child artist and Arada Maxwell, formerly with Dan Rice's circus. The entertainment is entirely free from coarseness, and equal to that given by the best variety companies that have visited M:ysville. Ireland. derers, says he is the car owner. He was questioned as to whether any of his cars are missing, but without result. The police have discovered that the car in which the murderers escaped was hired by a stranger from a stable in the south ern part dt the city, and was returned about eight o'clock the evening of the murder. Cork, May 15. Robert Dowdail was arrested on the arrival of the train from Dublin, on suspicion of being concerned in tne uuuun murders, wis lace was scratched. The assassins dispersed when the car re turned to the stable on the night of the murder. The police merely suspect who the driver is. They have a man under surveillance, and ha may bo arrested, but the detectives have no chance or bringing liorae his guilt unless an informer cornea forward. Persons who witnessed the flight of the assassins have been shown the car-horse and suspected driver, but their dence ns to identify is conflicting-arid unsatisfactory. NEWS BREVITIES. Xenia, 0., is to have the electric light. Mrs. Eva Humphrey committed suicide at Toledo, 0. Nearly 7,000 immigrants arrived at New Yoik, Mondav. Abraham Teirbaugh, committed suicide at Washington, Ind. The loss by the burning of a tannery at Galashiels, Scotland, is nearly $500,000. Morton Wareman accidentally shot himself at Greentown, Ind., while hunting. The contract for building a court house at Lafayette, Ind., for $207,999, has been 'abandoned. Olie Weaver, was kicked by a horse at Greenville 0., and after lingering four hours, died. The fishermen of Richmond, Ind., have formed an association to protect the bass in "Whitewater. About 2,000,000 pounds of tea was shipped the present vear from Calcutta to A ustralia and America. j An explosion and fire at McAllister's; charcoal kilns, Brown's Cannon, Col., did damage to the amount of $25,000. A pleasure party of twelve men and , boys were drowned while sailing on the ' lake at Pulman, 111., last Sunday. j Byrne Bros. & Mauer's stave mill, at, Mansfield, Wis., exploded the boiler, ed a boy named Beit Weeks and fatally j injured" two Workmen. I There is among the Hebrew population of Bucharest no feeling in favor of emigration to America, but a very strong desire is manifested for a return to the Holy Land, and there is an inclination to regard Mr. Laurence Oliphant as the Moses who' isdestined to, lead them into its possession. News has been received at St. Paul from White Bear Lake, of the probable drown-1 ing, from a sailboat, of C. D. W. Young, ! Auditor of the Chicago, St. Paul and Omaha' Railroad, Stewart Moore chief clerk in the freight office of the Northern Pacific Rail-1 road, both of St. Paul, and 0. C. Gossack, of Shakopee. ( All controversy as to whether the assassins really intended to murder Lord Cavendish has ceased, now that it is understood that he was deliberately se- lected as a victim. The latest intelligence ' indicate the belief of the police that Earl Spencer also would have been murdered were the opportunities afforded. The faro to the trotting course by hack is 50 cents the round trip and by boat 25 cents. Insure in the Equitable life and avoid! the danger of bequeathing a law suit to your wife and children. The Equitable issues the indisputable policy. Jos. F. Brodrick, Agent, Maysville, Ky. The superintendent of the lunatic asylum at Lexington reports that he has abandoned the use of limestone water in cooking for the inmates of the institution, and that but one death occurred during the first month after the use of cistern water, a fact without parallel in the history of the asylum. The columns of the Daily Bulletin are Dublin, May 15. Rush, who, it was at the service of the Trotting Club without stated, drove" the car containimr the mur money and without price, for the purpose of making announcements. If the board will direct the secretary to furnish us such matter, it will dispense with the necessity of printing "hand bills." The Daily Bulletin is published every morning and circulates one thousand copies. The following special to the of Louisville, will probably attract the attention of several parties here in Maysville. "Washington, May 14-Information has been received hereof the departure from Maysville, for Washington, of Mr. Maurice Hutchins, the man recently appointed postmaster against the wishes of the good people of that city. He has not yet been confirmed and would not be if those who should bo heard in the matter could have their way about It. Ho will servo for the ambitous purposes of Mr. Arthur, who will enjoy a renominatlon from the rotten burroughs us much as though it should eomo from the sole party. The dog beaded partisans of Democratic states and of Democratic coun ties in Republican, states will be rallied when the time comes, and It matters little who dislikes the nominations between now and then. SPRING MEETING Maysville Trolling Association, Horses Will be Called nt 1:30 and Races Commence Promptly at 2 p. m. Eacli Day Purses $7,400, SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17 CLASS NO. 3. . von 2:110 horsk. 1. T. Pollock German town, Ky., g g Zulu, by Denmark, dam Diomede. 2. Wilson & Gllmttn, Cynthlana, Ky., g g Monitor, by Strathmore, dam by Benton's Diomede. 3. Georgo J. Goed, Cincinnati, ch m Katie D., Blue Bull. 4. C. B. Phlpps, Darbysvllle, O., br m Bliss, by Baynrd. 5. M. M. Hedges, Newburg.N.C.ch m Novelty by Gooding's Chumpion. 6. Alden Goldsmith, Washingtonvllle, N. Y., Belle of Kings, by Jupiter Abdullah. 7. G. J. Fuller. Nushville, Teun., ch s Red Cross, by Brigand, dum Dole's Magna (Juarta. 8. J. A. Batchelor, Macon, Ga., b ni Mattie Graham, by Harold, dam by Mambriuo Chief. GLASS no. 4, 2:23 HORSES. 1, Thomas K. Maish, Maysville, Kv., br m Leontine, by Hamlet, dam Bettie. 2. Wyutt & Bracken, Greensbtug.Ind., bgBig John, by Pilot Duroc. 8. John Splan, Cleveland, O., s g Middlesex, by Seneca Chief. 4. Alden Goldsmith, Washingtonvllle, N.jY., b in Unolala, by Voluuteer. T1IIKD DAY, THUKSDAY, MAY, 19, 18S2 CLASS NO. 5, FOK 2:20 HOUSES. 1. Chas. F. Kennedy, Rnshvllle, Inrt.,b m Mamie, by Blue Bull, dam Sllvorellu,' by Pllotjr. 2. Ailen Bashford, Paris, Ky., ch g London, by Marabrino Patchen. dam by Edwin Forrest. 3 M. M. Hedges, Nowburg, N. C, br g St. Rome, by Volunteer. 4. John Splan, Cleveland, O.. b m Lady Brown ell, by Almont. 5. Alden Goldsmith, Washingtonvllle, N. Y., bm Una, by Almont. (I. A. B. Cook, Macon, Ga., b m Rosa Wilkes, by George Wilkes, dam Maud Patchen. CLASS NO. 6, FOP. 2:50 HOUSES. 1. Jas. F. Gasnell, Laurel, Ind., b s Commander, by Blue Bull, dam by Davy Crockett. 2. J. O'Neil, jr., Lexington, Ky., br g Ed. Powell, by Georgo Wilkes. 3. J. M.Dlckerson, North Vernon, Ind., b m Bronze, by Morgan Messongor', dam Denmark. 4. E. W. Ay res. Ducker's Ky., b g Fulcrum, by Barton, dam Sallle B. 5. Dick Young, Maysville, Ky., r in Sequel, by Strathmore, dam Davy Crockett, 6 Thomas Mahoney, Lexlngtou, Ky., ch g Borak, by Belmont, dam Black Rat. 7. J. II. Oglesby, Rush county, Ind., b m Bay Mare, by Goldsmith's Abdullah. 8. Alden Goldsmith, Wushlngtonville. N. Y b s Barrett, by Chester Cluetrain. 9. J. D. Oden, Columbus, Ga., b m Maud T., sire unknown. 10. E. F.Geers, Columbia, Tenn., b g Dr. Norman by Scott's Hightone. FOURTH DAY, FKIDAY, MAY 19, 1882- CLASS NO.7, FQR 2:33 HOUSES. 1. E.W. Kimball, Little Rock. Ark. b g Anglln, by George Wilkes, dam Whip Clay. 2. R. C. Pate, St Louis, ilo., b m Rlgolette, by Exchequer, dam Belle Gentry. 3. Dr. Lucus, Chicago, 111., Lady Lucas, form erly Princess. 4. Thomas Dlokerson, Madison, Ind., b m Ina G., by Blue Bull. 5. John Kelley, Chicago, 111., b s Highland Stranger, by Mumbrino Patchen, dam Highland "Winfleld, by Edward Everett. fi W. H. Wilson, Cynthlaua, Ky., b g Keno, by Magic, dam Black J elf. 7. J. H. Hlnchman, Glen wood, Ind., b g Way-' by Blue Bull. 8 George J, Goed, Cincinnati, O., g m Belle G., by Joe Corbett. 1). G. H. Withers, Russellville, Ky, ch m Lillian, by Almont, dam Lillle Shields. GLASS NO. 8, FOR 2:17 HORSES. 1. Jacob Kumber, Cincinnati, 0 b g Deck Wright, by Hin&dale norse. 2. C. B, Harvey, Cincinnati, O., br s Voltair, by Tattler, dam Young Portia. 3 M. M. Hedges, Newbnrg, N. C, b s J. B. Thomas, by Sterling, dam Lady Hopper. 1. Aldon Goldsmith, Washingtonvllle, N. Y., b g Alley, by Volunteer. POCKET-PICKED. Visitor Relieved of Two Hundred Dollars. James Poor, of Mt. Olivet, who was here on Tuesday attending the races, had a pocket book containing $200 taken from his person by one of the gang of thieves who are here attending the races. He was relieved of the money while in a crowd on Market street. The Ten Mile Jiacc. A "hand bill" issued by the Trotting Association this morning announces that the ten mile running race between Miss Burke and a gentleman for $1,000 a side, will take place on Friday. Miss Devere is still ill and will not be able to reach Maysville in time to comply with her contract with the club. Miss Hattie Pmor, who is canvassing for a book entitled "The Golden Gems of Life," will shortly call upon the citizens of this place. The book is thus by Col. D. Howard Smith ,f or merly auditor of the state : It affords me pleasure to bo able to state that I have made a partial examination of the book entitled "Gems of Xilfo," and 'I am satisfied it is a most valuable and interesting work. I com-mend it and Its ageuts to the generous publ o J. W. Sparks & Bro., Offer this week Extra Bargains in ffDBESSlIlGOODSl X XTndorwear, Gloves, Hosiery, Parasols, Handkerchiefs, &c. an Immense Stock of SbJLrtsi ib siw ' - ..iWt 9 Collars, Cuffs and NECKTIES, Just Received. Prices Very Low, i r - 4as J W iw JJL UJ .&-.. tr.y ml51w.d. Market Street s 'W ' l r Wr 5rt 1 dJ) MAU ' "Sliould Owl-ed Acquaintance be Forgot" 7t is the greatest pleasure we have indoinff business to see our customers return again and again. It shows our goods are satisfactory. People come from long distances to trade with us, and why shoulu'nt they, when we soil goods so much cheaper than other dealers. WE ARE SELLING Hoys' Sailor Suits (with knee pants) at $X.6, $2, $2.50, $3, $4. $5 Boys' Jacket Suits (with knee pants) at x.75 $2f $3 4f $5. Boys' Long Pant Suits, Age 9 to 12 $5, Boys' Long Pant Suits, Age 13 to 16 6, $7, $8. Tn our fine goods department can be found the finest fabrics known to the trade. WE ARE SELLING Men's all Wool Suits, $8, $IO, $12. " Stylish Business Suits, $15, $18, $SO. Elegant Dress Suits, S18, 20, $28:2, 25i $28. White Vests from $1,00 up. Dusters from $1.00 up. Alpaca Coats from $x.5o up. When you visit the May Musical Festival, please make our store your headquarters. We will care for your pack'ages and bundles with pleasure. James Willie, Jr., & Co., Cor. fourth and Vine Streets. A. D. WILDMAN, Manager. CIIXCIIN'IVA.TI, Oliio. m9i&w2v P WE ARE SELLING iULL STANDARD, good stylo PRINTS at 5 cents a yard. Full stock of SUMMER DRES GOoDS, PARASOLS and FANS, myl'oiy BURGESS & NOL1N, LOOK AT THIS! srl3HING to clos) out my business, I havo TT reduced the urlce of mauy articles. I have a lull stock of goods, aud offer them at the lowest price; either Wliolosale or retail. Call aud see, desiring a dellehtlul surburban home.woulo not frill to be suited by calling ou me, as I wish to sell . ,RIVER SIDE,, ' where I now reside. Terms easy. ml5dfcwlra A. J. McDOUGLE.