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TUESDAY EVE., FEBRUARY 0, 1883. wtTekms: Tho Iwknino Bulletin Is pub-J jisueu unny, ami servea tree or postage at, u cents per week; 23 cents per month; 75couts per three months ; $1.50 per six mouths, and 83 per year, payable In ad vanco. BTUE EVENING HULLETJN HAS A LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY, CHESTER AND AIJERDEEN, OHIO. THAN AN Y Oi HER PAPER PUBLISHED IN MAYS-VILLE. Our Agents. The following persons nre the authorized agents for the Daily Bulletin at the places named. Contracts for subscription or advertising may be made with them : Gkhmantown T. J. Kackley &Co. Washington Mrs. Anna Thomas. MayslickJ. A. Jaelcson. Mt, Olivkt Peter Myers. W.Snlt. Fkkn Leaf Hurry Burgoyno, Minekva W. H. flawes. 8iianon Win. Clary. Lexington has seven banks with an aggregate capital of $2,000,000. The Republican party of Ohio is still controlled by the Foster faction. -- i The Illinois Legislature is considering a bill to prohibit its members from receiving free pusses over the railroad. The expenses of the General Govern ment for the current fiscal year will ex-' ceed the appropriations by $1,504,000. I The damage by floods in Ohio has been very great. The loss at Akron is roported at $60,000and at Cleveland over $1,000,000. ' j Judge Black says : " Many year3 ago i 1 knew that Gen. Butler was a good Dem-; oc,rat. To-day I wouldn't dare say what he is." A bill introduced into the Wisconsin Legislature provided that husbands shall not be responsible for the personal- debts of their wives. Utah Commissioner Pettigrow thinks that polygamy will die of itself. He has observed that the young men of education are not polygamists. -- . Lieut. Governok John M. Hamilton, of Illinois, who will shortly succeed to the Governorship, will bo the youngest Chief Executive tho Stnte has ever had. H is in his thirty-fifth year and is a native of Ohio. The Washington "Star" says there is good reason to believe that the President will nominate a Democrat for tho vacant District Commissionership, and that the choice is between Judge Edmunds and W. II. Clagett. The selection of women as County School Superintendents, in some counties of Illinois, liafc been notably successful. The bring a painstaking care and to their work' riot always shown by ttieir riiasculfne colldh'gUes; At s nieetin of tlie Kentucky Oentril Railroad Directors, li'dld" dt fHe cdrflpariy 'a office tqn JEJricjiiyv hlfl jfpllbjfrjfmj dffrrJejra wero elected & sejvojfpr tbwydart M. JS. In&falls ; VidtJuPreetffcpt, Jokn KcUpls; ftfepifttftty knd' TrtfMtfr, C. H. gon ; l$erlnn flfl&fcfifc The Now York Sun in noticing the pro. ceedings of the Ensilage Congress, 8dys: A large number of practical farmers gave tlieif eperieitce, and all of them w"erd strongly in favor of this mode of feeding cattle. Some of these gentlmen had built silos that cost only ten dollars 6ach, and titlieftliffd experimented with large and ex .pensive establishments; jjut all of them "unanimously prbnouriced their mentssuccessful. It seems to us" too soon to conclude that this mode of foedirfg is sure -to be universally adopted, There is no doubt that cattle generally like ensilage, but that does not prove that it is always good for them. There are ttvo questions especially which require to be determined before we can be euro tliat the ensilage system is not a passing fancy, but a permanent addition to the resources of farming. These questions are, first, whether cattle fed on ensilage thrive on it in the long run, or whether, after a certain time, it does not become necessary to abandon the ensilage fodder and resort to some other mode of feeding; and secondly, 'whether the alcoholic spirit in ensilage, which appears to be what renders the cattle so greedy for it, does not produce in them a state of partial intoxicated arid continuous inebriety, and does not thus do them positive harm. The Western Union Telegraph Company is having a rough time of it in the Courts. In attemping to secure a monopoly of the telegraph business, the resistance it has met with from its own stockholders and others opposed to the consodidation of competing lines, has tangled it up in suits that the Courts of more than one State will have to decide. Tho whole of its difficulties grow out of its consolidation with other telegraph lines, whore-by tho stock debt of the Western Union Telegraph Company was increased from forty-one millions to eighty millions. The Massachusetts Democrats have begun their campaign for 1884 early. It is already boing pushed vigorously. They are 'building their hopes of snecess largely Upon tho probablo course of the Prohibitionists. With ten or twelve thousand-votes drawn off by .a temperance ticket, and with tho aid of the Butler Republicans again, the road to Democratic success is believed to bo an easy one. School directors are permitted to teach school in Arkansas and abuses have grown up under the privilege to such an extent that a bill has been introduced into tho Legislature to prohibit directors from holding any salaried office in connection with the schools. Some country, districts directors have received as high as $75 per month for teaching, while tho average for others is only about $30. -- - The Massachusetts election laAv pro vides for ballots of a uniform size and style of typo, but distinctly allows the counting of any ballot that shall be cast, whether it conforms to the prescribed form and stylo or not. Tho penalties for violation of tho lttw are confined to the person who shall print or tho person who shall peddle ballots which are contrary to the legal form. Hungarian laborers have brought suit for $5,000 damages each against tho Superintendent of the Lehigh Road and- officers- of the court for false imprjspnmont&fc Eaton, Pa. , ; If jurell bp ptjiHonqd yppe. t?6. jtd fjio.so Wild drink thereat, it iswpro (to ppisgn tftfcr fountain of lifo fotf one's self and for jimjtuin,jr. vyituii uy van oiwwuddoj j hi nicy S,MHHfcprfiihric,Uililtol)'aorfiJdIie. H;sireoi,jHKretorw ppotuet awentn' FOR KENT. IjlOK dwolliug on. the corner of ThlrtLaud Sutton reetH. Applyio. J fOd&wlw. Mim. W. N. HOWE. 17 OT ItKNT At o low prl5e, a desk In a 7 handsomqiy furnished office, in godd location. Apply at K" THIS OFFICE. TLAUGHtERLk. .OP- GLOAKSSHAWLS $15 OO CLOAKS for ;..-.....$7 50 $10 00 CLOAKS for 5 OO $8 OO CLOAKS for OO O OO UliOAKbtor 3 OO .6 00 JACKETS for 5 00 BSTSHAWtS AT HALF PRICE." j. W. sharks & eko. BARGAINS ! Wonderful bargains in China, Glass and Queensware. AM determined to give my customers better I bargains tlumcan bo had anywhere in tho city. Dpli't fail to odlWit -L . , . jnyfadly fl'. Ar fc6ARHEY,S. IMPORTANT TO TURNPIKE BUILDERS. OTICE is hereby glvon that soalod nlds will and all bid. OHUbttoMaxfKHnmm. tA .- - j l J ft. i.-y zi ! .21 1 ij in t. ! tJ JUJ'! 6TB tllGHt dNLY. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY I Tho Beautiful Emotional Society Actrossf, BERTHA WELBY, who wn last year's Famous JUSTINE In ONLY A PARMER'S DAUGHTER, now appoarlng in tho now vLtid thrilling American Pluyuutltloi ONE I WOMAN'S 1 1 JFETl By ELLIOTT KARNES, author of tho Kumouft Great success, ONLY V FARMER'S DAUGHTER, supported by n compnnof New York . Arllstn; a Play Puro In Sentiment, Motive and Language. PrIceH50nd 76 cents. WltTS. make to order all kinds of rubber stamps on short notice. d'20dtf A. SOKR1ES & SON. OTIC K The owner of a ihufl'iind ablacit satin parasol loft at our sioro, tlie former a few dttyw tigoanQ the latter Inst tall, will please call and gel them. J 19dj f A. U. GLASCOCK & CO. WANTKI By uslugfemanof good lfablfs a poHltlou on a larin. Undnrstands all about larin work, and ra sing tobucco. Best of references turnlshed. In the labt place 1 years. Address, A. L. B. JanlOd&wtf THIS OFFICE. F4k SAXE. T?OK aru,e mooklng bird cage. J? Apply at - THIS OFFICE. ?Olt MAI.K OR KENT A splendid farm of ' 360 acres' on KIn,Hy Creek, H piile? from Vanceburg, LoVl!j county, Ky. Nw tohrtcco barn and new ground ready for first crop For partlciiltlra apply t6 H, C. flARK'LEV. J8d&wlm Maysvllle, Kv, Vtinceburg Courier copy 1 month, send bill to this ofllce.l , it IIKlfaM MO Miili MM JOHN WHEELER'S DAILY MARKET. G T "S." Soup Oysters, half can 15o FAVORITE, half can 26o ANCHOB, full quart 30c SELECT 85c SELECT, EXTRA..,..; 45o SADDLE ROCK 50o BULK, quart 35o Wfth each quart of Bulk TIU Df!I7T qysters will bo glvon a Kood i DUURLI TERMS STRICTLY CASH- JOHN WHEELER, JnnlOdSin NO. 31, MAKKET STREET. fN NOTICES, A2lVi ul m ripiFrlaSs ',t,t? IT having been assorted that J, am propanug to move td the country nnd give up my interest In tho yoyiun Machine buslues, I take this method of announcing to my friends and the public that there Is not a word of truth in It except that I will move my family to tho country but will continue to .soil the old tho same placor second street, opposite postofllce, and run my wagons lu tho country as heretofore; Competitors J am thankful, to the riubllo for tho large parouao I hhvo redfelvetl for tho passed nine years, and respectfully solicit a share In the future. Jau2J&wim , a. A. McURAOKEN, Agont for the Singer Manufacturing Uo. VaLEWTlNESl . . WHITNEY'S. In every 4 slylS ftbU.al oory iirloofrolu 1c. to && OTICe. Ami after th 1st day'ofiil 9rPMHrw"A0p oa rounu atrwH. w tmffmBsmr and health. . V.i .,- 'i Dtraokr aaa auiaw. li.t ,, i!