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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. MONDAY, EVENING, JUNE 19, 18S2. One inch Two incites... Three inches Four inches Half col,, One col ADVERTISING RATES. Space. c 3 J? 2 s 2 s s o o q a, tr & a a 4 ? 3 3 3 en oj en 50 70 tfO 1.20 l.8r 3.0U "vm 60 8-3 1.10 1.45 2.20 3.50 70 1.0U 1.30 1.70 2.00 1.00 80 1.15 1.50 1.05 8.00 4,o0 90 1.30 1.70 2.20 3 40 5.00 Col. B. and Mr. H., Our local scientists, Have from the war-path just returned, "With relics in their fists. Discoldal stones and tomahawks, A sight of human bones, With arrow points and other tricks They're very rich in stones. 03 1.C0 1.43 1.00 2.45 3.80 5.50 Local notices ten cents n line; subsequent Insertions Ave cents a line. Wants, three lines, ten cents, subsequent Insertions live cents. Special rates where advertisers use both the dally and weekly. One inch in the Daily Bulletin for one year costs So, and for six months out S3. kSsJIP "Z-V . T-. m Wi "Wheat harvest has begun in Southern Kentucky. Wheat harvest began last week in Fay ette countv. Bedford & Hedges, clothing merchants at. Paris, have made an assignment. A temperance convention will be held at Augusta on Thursday, June 22nd. Blue grass seed sold in Paris last week at 40 cents a bushel from the stripper. New Richmond, Ohio, now has a steam ferry. The machinery was made at Portsmouth. . . The amphitheatre at the Lexington fair grounds was considerably damaged by 1 igh tni ng last week. The total valuation of property in Bourbon county for 1SS2 amounted to $S,S94,H0 an increase of $907,077 over 1SS1. Kentucky conference of the M. E. Church, South, meets at Carlisle September 13th, Bishop Mclntyre presiding. The annual examination of the pupils of District school No. 3,Prof. B.F. Williams, principal, is in progress at the Opera House to-day. The tree upon which George Ellis the Ashland murderer was hanged has been cut to pieces by curiosity hunters and sent all over the country. The Red Corner and Odd Fellow's Hall Clothing Stores are closed to-day an account of the death at Baltimore of Mr. David Hechinger's mother. Messrs. Burrows & Atherton, the well known carriage makers, have just finished painting and otherwise improving their business house on Second street. Two deputy sheriffs in Carter couuty in the past two months have arrested 300 persons for misdemeanors, sixteen for felonies and summoned 458 witnesses and thirty nine jurors. The Bowling Green Guards, the Logan County Guards and the Monarch Rifles, of Owensboro, contemplate an encampment of two weeks at Mammoth Cave about the last of July. The Yeoman says the greatest work of Brother Barnes' life was in the Penitentiary ecentjy JOut of forty female .convicts ' there were forty confessions, and all of .them were in tears. Out of five hundred male convicts, there were nearly four J .hundred confessions, and many were in tears. PERSONALS. Points About People Here mid Elsewhere. Miss Lucie McLaughlin, of Covington, is visiting sister, Mrs. R. Ficklin, jr. Miss Kate Buckner, of Covington, Ky., is the guest of Judge Garrett Wall's family. Mr. Lewis Apperson, of Mt. Sterling, is ! visiting Dr. A. H. Wall. Miss Rosa Ronshien, of Ripley, Ohio, after a visit of several weeks, to Miss Carrie Davis, Market street, returned home last week. m . Mit. E. T. Hancock is announced as a candidate for Justice of the Peace in Mays-ville Precinct No. 1, and Mr. is a candidate for Constable in Precinct No. 2. Their cards will be found elsewhere. It is said that the much-despised English sparrow is making itself useful by the arinv worm. Knowing some-thing of the character of the English sparrow, we are inclined to think the report needs confirmation. The members of the Sodality, B. V. B , request the Bulletin to return their thanks to the friends in Maysville who so kindly aided them at the ice eream supper Col. F. H. Bierbower and Mr. W. D. Hixon, the latter secretary of the Mason County Historical Society, have just re Several years ago James Baunahan, local editor of the Lexington Gazette, stuck a needle in his hand, and he compelled to have the member amputated Wednesday from trouble arising from the accident. Among the passengers on the Bostona, on Friday evening, we noticed Masters Garrett B. Wall, and Perry Lee Mannen. The young centlemen were starting upon a summer tour, and expected to visit Cin-Cincinnati, Covington and Hillsboro. Each sported a cane, and behaved like a little gentleman. last week, ?.nd to the public for the liberal the last twenty-nine years." patronage extended. The receipts amounted to $65 over and above expenses. During the storm last Friday night, lightning struck a small tree standing near the residence of the late Middleton in Charleston Bottom; all the family were shocked by the electric fluid, but have fully recovered. The glass in the windows facing the tree were shattered, and small pieces of bark and wood were thrown into the rooms. The Lexington Transcript says: It is now jrenerally admitted that the worm, which is threatening small grain and grasses, and in some localities has done a great deal of damage, is a direct product of frozen and frosted vegetation. Whenever the soil was turned In and small grain or grasses killed by the freeze, was turned in with It, the decayed matter bred an of worms. Where It was not turned in and the roots were killed by cold, the dead roots bred worms. Tills theory explains the appenrauceof worms in spots corresponding to those where grain and grass was killed by cold. When an old-fashioned merchant in New Jersey came to look over an order. made out by his new-fashioned clerk the other day, he looked up over his spectacles and said : "James, I see you have spelled shugar without an h." " Yes, sir ; that's the proper wav." "Rut- t K.,t.rt crtiioi ; ...;.!, ",, iK' ;rt.. jjuu iiavu a ucucu it u nil tin ii iui i i a . . "uan't nelp that, sir. nnM.n ,,.11. r. ., U Log. Hog Sugar should iivt uj o;i;iicu vviiu un 11. " Well, mebbe it should'nt," sighed the old man, "mebbe it shouldn't. I that mixing it with glucose does make a difference somewhere." Fight PERILOUS POSITION. with a Gf ouiid in u Hollow The following is not a "ground hog case'' for a story, but is an actual fact, and can be verified by Messrs. E. S. Early, and S. E. Hines, gentlemen of wealth and standing, who have just completed a saw mili in the mountains above Wolf Creek E.ist Tennessee : A few mornings ago Henry Thompson, turned from the Upper Blue Licks, where living near Wolf Creek, was" attracted by thev went to make an examination .of a , the barking of his flogs, and going to lnrcrn W,V?nnl Imrinl errnnnrl nMrtWlffhere I they had treed, Oil the Side of place. They were engaged in the work interesting character. Gatu says: The huge purses which the republican party have raised at every election since 1664 have come largely out of the pockets of the benefited manufacturers the I mountain, he found his game had entered ! a hollow log, which was lving on the for several davs, and obtained manv stone , ground, with the entrance up hill, and and flint implements that are of a rare and very steep at that. He procure I a long poie unci enueavoreu to reacn me game, but this being too short, he crawled in to lengthen the pole, and hung his toes over the end of the log. While in this position he lost his balance, and down he went into the log, and on top of the animal, which proved to be a ground hog of immense until the crime of electing Americans bva! Sf?P??J?f:. ?&??u. !?!!! uic mail a oucnui ouciiym jmc;cwicu, iiui purse has become chronic in the land,, however, until he had been bitten eleven and President Arthur received his uomi nation because of expertness in raising that money. All these abuses centralize themselves. The tariff has even been the next abuse in this country to slavery. Mr. F. F. Gerqrich, formerly of Maysville, but now with the old reliable house of D. H. Baldwin & Co., Cincinnati, dealers in pianos and organs, has a few sample instruments at Hill House and an Estey organ at the opera house, it being used at the examinations of the public schools this week. Mr. Gerbrich would be glad to have anyone call at the Hill House or European Hotel and he will be pleased to show them whether you want to buy or not. Says the Farmers' Home Journal : "Having recently tiaveled over a considerable portion of Kentucky, we are able to say that there has never been a more flattering prospect for a large yield of weat, ,and perhapsnever before, so large air acreage plan tedin the State. The army worm, which appeared early in the season, dovouredthe leaves duly after they-had performed their functions, and therefore no great injury was done. All of the it&the .central part okth&StatejJitfrw id. shock, where it is in danger from the excessive and continual rains. times on the face and hands, besides receiving many scratches and scars. The trouble had not ended, but the man had, and wrong end down at that. He could not crawl backward up hill, so he was a prisoner, and in a critical, not to say ridiculous, with no means of escape. He had been in this plight for several hours, until the family, becoming alarmed at his prolonged absence, searched for him. They could hear the screams of the man in the hollow log; and finally, of a round of praying, cursing and crying, he was cut out of the log. The ground hog was dead, however. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. CAPITAL STOCK $210,000. J AMES M. MITCHELL, President. sept2. THOMAS WELLS Cashier. MAYSVILLE. FlV To Turnpike Builders. for the construction of the MILL BIDS CREEK TURNPIKE ROAD, leadins from the Fleming pike to the Maysilck and Heleua pike, will be received up to July 1st, when j they will be opened and the work let. For . particulars can ou t, u. UAMfiiuijij, Maysville, Ky. July 17, 1882. J10J4t.wlt Jk Per Week can bo made in any Something entirely newrfor ageuts.05outtlt free. G.WrlNGRAHAM &iC0., ;Bostonfr4asg. I ..J, , ?- 3 ,..,J. ADVERTISERS 1 send for our Select List of Local Newspapers, Geo. P. Itowell & Co., 10 Spruce St., N. Y. TO-DAY'S MARKETS. CHICAGO. July wheat S I M "pork 20 o lard 11 00 ' corn llA Market strong. NEW YOKK. July wheat I ffi RETAIL MAHKLT. Corrected daily by G. V. Geisel, grocer, Second street, Maysville, Ky. FLOUR. Limestone 3 8 25 Maysville Family 7 50 Maysville City 8 00 Mason County 7 50 Elizaville 7 25 Butter, H 2P25 Lard, fUb Ufa IT) Eggs, f doz 17'20 Meal trt peck U0 Chickens Molasses, laucy 60 Coal Oil, V' gal 20 Sugar, granulated 'tf tt 11 " A.f lt H ' yellow r& 11 (&10 Hams, .sugar cured '?) lt 15.lflj!i Bacon, breakfast "$ lb A lolUri Hominy, T) ualJon o Beans gallon oU Potatoes' peck 00raj70 Coffee 15(20 Dried Peaches HlA JACOB LINN, FouryDoors Below the Postoffice, HAS OI'KNED II LS ICE CREAM PARLORS. ice Cream for sale by t lie gallon or half gallon. Wedding Parlies furnished on short notice. my29 NOTICE TO Contractors and Builders NEW COUNTY JAIL. PROPOSALS will be lerelvei! nl SEALED the otlice of the County Judge in ti.e cttj of MaysviU , Ma-ou Countv, Keuturkv, until 1 o'clock p m., on Thursday, June 22, 1882, for furnishing all the materlil and labor required in the erection, onnMiuctio :umI completion of a new Jail BuiImIi.i; in the llv of Maysville. Mason Coui.t, for the County of Mason, State o' K. ntucky. to plans and ons lor the same, as luruished by Edaar J. Indianapolis Indiana. Pluis mid sped flcations can be seen at the lliee on a .d after June 12th, or at :S7'.. Vut Washington street, Indianapolis. IndlTna. Said building will be required to be finished on ur beture the 1st day of February, A. D. 1SS3. All bids must be accompanied by a satisfactory bond in the penal sum of S12. 0i'. Said bond must be certified toby the Clerk of the County, in which the sureties reside, that Ihe same is good and sufllcieut beyond a doubt. Blanks will be furnished by the Juogeof said County. All blanks must be tilled out, and no bids will be entertained unless said blanks aie used without provisions or suggestions added. Estimates will be made as the work progresses, and 10 per cent, will be deducted from same and retained until the completion and acceptance of the worn by Architect, and Committee. Ihe Committee reserves the right to reiect any or all bids. GARRETT a. WALL. Chairman Building Committee, Maysville, Ky. June U, 1SS2. J7w2td2v TH0S. BRANCH & CO., -AND- COMMISSION MERCHANTS, RICHMOND, VA. consignments of GRAIN. Make SOLICIT advauces with bill lading in hand, prompt returns given, charges reasonable. Elevators with capacity of 400,000 bushels, on Hue of Chesapeake attd Ohio Jel53tud VIOLINLESSONS. THOROUGHLY competent teacher desires A to give lesson on the Violin, ou reasonable terms, For particulars apply at inay6tfd THIS OFFICE. CRAWFORD HOUSE. Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts. O I 3NT G I 2XT 3ST J&. T I , O - Lewis Vanden, Proprietor.