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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
SATURDAY EVENING, DEO. 9, 1882.
ur'i'EitMS : The Iwkning Bulletin is published
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cents per week; 2o cents per month; 75 cents
per three months ; $1.50 per six months, and 33
per year, payable In advance.
WStTTHE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN
ANY OTHER PAPER PUBLISHED IN MAYS-VILLE.
The following persons are the authorized
agents for the Daily Bulletin at the
places named. Contracts for subscription
or advertising may be made with them :
Gekmantown T. J. Kackley fcCo.
Washington Mrs. Anna Tho
Mt. Olivet Peter Myers.
Fern Leaf Harry Burgoyne,
Minerva W. H. Hawes. '
Shannon Win. Clary.
The Indian appropriation bill has been
passed by the house.
Arrangements for another pension steal
are being perfected at Washington.
A fire at Paducah, on Thursday, burned
the Southern Hotel and other property
valued at $16,000.
Gen. R. M. Gano, it is said, recently
cleared $150,000 by the sale of real estate in
The money order business of the Post-office
Department the present year
amounted to $120,000,000.
A fire broke out in London, Eng., on
Friday, and burned about two acres of
business property. The loss is reported
to be fifteen million of dollars.
Kellogg, of Louisiana, as welL as Chalmers,
will be a figure in the abundant crop
of contests promised for the next House.
Neither political party is anxious for either
Chalmers or Kellogg.
The railroad commissioner seems to be
bearing down ti little harder on the railroads
than strict justice requires. Their
assessment of railroad propertyis generally
conceded to have been exorbitant.
Lexington Transcript : The street cars
are paying like a national bank. Those
who were afraid of the stock when they
were offered a slice, would now like to get
several slices. 'Twas always thus- with
Lexington old fogies and doubting Dickinsons.
TnE Philadelphia Times says: In houses
where the diphtheria is or has been the
family should gargle throats with alcohol
on the first indication of soreness or cough.
The alcohol will destroy the membranous
fungus speedily. A successful down town
physician says that "where this treatment
has had an early chairje he knows of no
case tenninatinj' fatallv."
The bill introduced in the House by Mr.
Herbert, of Alabama, "to further protect
officers and employes of the United State
Government, from political assessments,"
prohibits any Senator or Representatives
in congress or officer appointed by the
President from " requesting or demanding
from any of the officers or employes
of the Government money or other thing
of value for political purposes."
Tut following is from the Yeoman :
Hon. James B. Hprd, tho oply surviving
brother of Judge Lysander Hord, of tills city,
died at his home In Lnyfayettoo6unty, Mis-
sourl, on the 20fh ol Noverpber., He was a, na-
, tiy ot thin state. haylp boon born and rearod
In Mason.whence h6 was sed,t as a
'tlveto the leclslature a few -years previous to
. -his .move, to. Missouri He was a man of vpry
marked oharacter and ability, and o.ccnpled a
high place in in the esteem of the "peoplo with'
whom hlHfortunetrtfcrfrcnstr For several yean
previous to his death, and at the time, ho filled,
ther office, oj Probate "Judge of tho,county In
v'&hJoH' he' lfvedftt HlrelktlvancLfriends In
Among other schemes of the lobbyists
this winter will be the Nicaragua Canal
scheme. It is reported that both friends
and opponents of this job are getting on
their war paint preparatory to a vigorous
fight for and against it. Mr. Kasson will
champion tho measure in the house and
Senator Miller, of California, in the senate
It is claimed that Blaine; Erelinghuysen,
General Grant and other prominent m n
favor the measure and will try to get the
president to give his influence to its
passage. The opposition will be led by
Perry Lelmont and Blount, of Georgia.
It isquite possible that a charter of incorporation
will be granted, but hardly probable
that any government aid will be extended
to the project. This isn't a good
year to make grants to railroad or canal
enterprises. The people are getting tired
of paying taxes for anything but the nee-,
essary expenses of government.
The bill presented to congress by the
Tariff Commission, besides enlarging the
free list, makes an average reduction in
the duties of twenty to twenty-five per
cent., the reduction in many instances
being from forty to fifty per cent. It is
not believed at Washington that there is
any prospect of the passage of this bill, or
any similar measure, at the present session
The Lexington News makes the suggestion
that the Governor call the Legisla
ture in special session, to provide for the
trial of Neal and Craft in some other part
of the state than that assigned by Judge
Hemp is selling at $4.25 per 112 pounds
in the blue grass country.
A Clean Record.
A resident of my nayburhood died de
odder da'," remarked Brother Gardner,
"an'dis ebenin de committee 'pinted to
write an eulogsry on his character was
showin' me a draft of what dey had prepaid.
De euloggy nm in seckshuns, an'
I'll purceed to kwote it fur you :
" 'He was it man who did not gib to de
poor widow wid one .han' an' steal from
de pax payers wid de odder.'
" 'He never guv a dollah to de heatheu
in Afriky, but .he alius paid his debts in
" 'While, he did not purfeBS to be a
christian, he remembered dat only
one. seat belonged to fyim when he was a
" 'lie made no grate adoo 'bout his honesty,
an' yit he remembered when an'
whar he borrered a hoe or shoyel.'
"'He did not call hisself better'n his
an' yit he had a kind word fo'
a boy wid a sore tore an' a ton of coal fur
a naybur wid a broken leg.'
" 'He felt he hud a duty to do by de
church, an' yit he entered a sarcus by de
front doah, an' de soun' of a fidddle put
new sperrit into his feet.'
"'If he'did not sing his hyms from de
house tops, neither did de worl' h'ar what
he said when he arrove home an' foun'
his wife sick a-bed, de hired gal gone an'
de baby howlin' wid a paper of pins in his
There is one farmer in Indiana who will
bo safe from certain annoyances for the
next year to come, Last month a piano
man came along and put a piano into the
parlor on trial. He was followed by the
man with the parlor organ. Then came
three different sewing-machines, a $200
music-box, three $50 oil paintings, a par-
lsr suit, a $75 mirror, a melodeon, a bookcase,
a zither, two accordeons and several
otl?r articles which he could pay for in
monthly installments if he saw fit. The
old farmer welcomed ovory sort of an agent
and they left every sort of an instrument
ever devised by mortal, pian, until the
farm-house, was a; vast museum of natural
curiosities. When the last agent; had
the old house took fire from a-
defective flue And was burned to' ,the
ground, and npt a single.articlo left by iho
agents, was saved, " Some call it one
turner ana some anotner. saia tne nm
rijan aajip'pcke't'ed thejinsurarice onliisi
qopqe , Bometirnes ppks, in41 purua ,rdyi.
Wmwm"' '"w ' !-' ??
V the north west corner of Limestone
Price, SCO per acre.
For price apply to
Mv firlttiii,"bfiriied "out "will mveth Yd ekJBrekLVTT
V&ilV L 'LlCfi iL' u..iV It' ' AL'JviJiri iti 3T 1TT'JTtf
SAT.K A farm of Bl acres, noar Mays,
ville. Good I cation, goo i huildinus, etc.
For terms apply to
M. F. MARSH.
Attorney, Court Street.
T7OR .SALE A walnut counter with draw-Ju
ers, three yards lone, suitable lor a dry
goods store or a cigar store. Apply to
nOtf THIS OFFICE.
RENT -A deslrnbledwelllhtcon
stoue street. Four looms and kitchen.
dOdlw W. H. YANCEY.
I.M1UJSD A pair ol gold spectacles. Apply at
J? nIHtf THLS OFFICE.
LOSri LOST! A good tit if you
IOSTi leave your orders with the Filth
Ward Tailor. marSltf .f H. WEDDING.
iprilTQ wo reaping aha&
AULtf I u vest selling our
Kitchen Queen Safety Lamps
and other household articles.
The best selling articles ever put
on tho matket. For Samples
CLIPPER M'F'G CO.,
No. 288 Walnut St., Cincinnati O
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-No. 27, SECOND STREET,
Below is a partial List of the Immense Stock:
lure oy turning siock tnerein, on tne siy.
S. S. A1INER.
T V tlemen cau get lodging, with or without
board. Apply to
'ers Two or three nice
TORJSAIjE A tw.o story .frame
Call and examine
goods suitable, for
lOOO Juvenile BOOKS, in endless variety;
300 ALBUMS, from 20c. to $15;
75 Elegant PAPETERIES,
250 PICTURE FRAMES, from 5c. to $25.
CHB.I8TMAS .CARDS, that gain the admiration of Everybody;
150 AUTOGRAPH ALBUMS, Oscar Wilde and Butterfly designs;
ICQ Elegant SCRAP' BOOKS, Mark Twain designs;
Family BIBLES, both New and Old Translations;
WRITING DESKS, GAMES and ALPHABET BLOCKS.
Toilet Sets, ODOR CASES and Work Baskets.
"Morrison c& Haokley,
No. 27 Second Street,
lAUTION TO ofier a reward
for the detection ot trespassers on my pas
our IMMENSE stock of
Larger Stock-Than Ever Before
J.::CB::EHC,OB, & CO.,
LATHES, DRILLS, hNO OTHER
FOOT POWER MACHINERY,
for tne Mechanic and the Ama
teiir. SO different styles ta Stcofc.
All kooiIk ut factory prices.
Send oc. postage for (4 page C&U
loguu of Machines. Carving Tools,
Saw Blades, liracket Woodi, Me
ohaulcs" Supplier, atul Material, for
Sorolt Sawyers, and Miniatures of all
Scroll Pe.lgn publiabed iu tbe U. B.
J, J. WATROUSj nUlP DealeV,
818 Kaco Street, Cincinnati, V.
Prue Holly Scroll Saw with extras
(seo cut) scot on receipt of only $3.0.
FIRE INSURAcE COMPANY,
"W. ROGERS, agent, olllce at W.heatly
GEO. Co.'s, Market St.. below Seqond. (jiSGui)
im-J BALIaENQER at Albert' Oblna
torB.artlolulng.Pearce, Walllnfefovd &
Co.'s Bank. apHOmd
Dry Goods. Groceries, Boots. .Shoes,
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