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SATURDAY KVK., MAKC1I Bl, 1883. - - . Tm" " '. B"Tkums : TIio Evknino Bulletin Is published dully, and served Ireo of Montage nt 8 routs per week; 2.1 oentH per month; 75 couts per three months ; 31.30 per nix months, nnd S3 per year, payable In advance. following person are the minimized uuoiits fortlie DAti.r liui, letin nt the places niuueil. Contracts Tor inscription or advertising may he iniulo with them: W.Hull. Shannon Win t'hiry. Minki'.va W. H. Hawes. It. Myers. J. A Janltson. Fkks Lkak Harry Bursoyne. Ukkmantown T. J. Knclcluy & Co. Washinoton Mrs. A nun Thomas. 5,000. The above number represents tho eneli week ol the Daily and Wkkkly I'CLLKTin. Advertisers nro invited to call and astute themselves ol the truth of the statement, and they are lequrstcd to hear In inlntl tliat our ra e.s for advertising aro tlw I iwe.t. Co i.. Jmks Tayi.oh, of Newport, Ky., iMed on the 2!)th inst. Okv. lii'KDiti), formerly of Kentucky, i'el nt Cliicigo, on Thurciluy. M. you Jacoii, of Louisville, is spoken rf in home quarters as a candidate for Governor. Thk libel suit agninit the by Sarah and George Ilite has been decided in favor of tho dofendant. Thk Fedend party sought to diminish t'te nutbotityof the people by consoli dating the power of the government. The Republican party is continuation of the Federal. Their creed is tho same to-day. Democrats must continue their tight against this pet theory if they would preserve American liberty. o- Tun Cochran Tobacco Inspection Bill lias passed the lower house of the Ohio Legislature by a majority of fifty-five K U'elve. It was bitterly opposed by tho warehouse men of Cincinnati, who wero nt Columbus in person to defeat it. The chances are that hevcrul amendments will be offered to the bill in the Senate which may be the ciuse of its defeat. The originator of the measure is Mr. Cochran, the representative fiom Itrown county. As many pcisons pine to know what a ' tinker's dam" i, the New York Sun puts itself to the trouble to explain: A tinker's dam is a dam of do tgh or other puitable material, constructed by a tinker to confine bis molten soldei to the business at hand; and that, inasmuch as when a tinker's dam has once served its purpose it posessus little or no commercial value, the phrase has come to be a frequently used and almost universally understood synonyme for worthle.ssness. Dl'kino the coming year the enormous sum of one hundred million dollars will be paid out in federal pensions. The total is Miilicicnt to afford an average pension of one dollar per day the year round to 274,-000 men, and it ih calculated to relieve a much larger number when we tako into account the comparatively small stipends received by the majority of survivors of the war. A repoit issued by the pension bureau a few days ago show that the number of pensioners actually on the rolls now is 205,000. Tub Washington Critic .siuiiinari7.es the item of expenditures in the Star liotito trials as presented in the report of tho Secretary of the Treasury in answer to Senator Van Wyck's resolution, showinp enormous and profligate amounts allowed by the Attorney General to the four prosecuting attorneys, as counsel fees. Tho amounts specified in this report are only those paid between .Junuary, 1882, and March, 1883. Georgo Bliss has received in that time $50,000; Richard T. Morrick, has received $20,000; William r. Kerr, $20,912.87; II. H.WoIIb, $2,022.-45. Two Hpccial attorneys wero also paid $10,250. Thus tho total amount paid to these four assistant prosecuting officers, during the period nafhed, was ono hundred and fifteen thousand, eight hundred and fifty-four dollars and This La and shamolosa profligacy. Lecture to the Hoys. Col. C. L. Ilongland, general manager of tho Newsboys' Association, at Louisville, of which Mr. W. N. Hnldeman is tho President, is in the city, and will, some time to-day, deliver at some convenient point on the street i lecture intended to interest the boys particularly, the subject being, " Boy and Girl Life." Col. Ilongland is recognized as the newsboys' friend, and has endeavored in his iutercqurhe with them to impress upon their minds tho motto that " good boys make good men." Ho has been very successful and is warmly endorsed by parents, educators and the press. He is said to be one of tho most interesting and instructive talkers to youths and children in tho country, and iB prompted in the work in which he is engaged, solely by the humane desire to help by his yood advice and personal encouragement all tho little, friendless ones to become good and useful members of society. In bis mission in this city we wish him God Bpeed, and wo urgently advise all the boys in town no matter what their circumstances in life may be, to go and hear something that will be of benefit to them. Col. Hoagland will probably also deliver a lecture to-morrow. A wnoi.i.v erroneous idea exist among many persons in this country that the j Government prohibits manufactures in Ireland. Such persons are obviously in ignorance that Ulster provides table linen and sewing thread for probably nearly half the world. The linen manufactory of Mr. KVart, M. P. for Belfast, is one of tho largest establishments in the United Kingdom. Factories of all sorts aro to bo found in numbers in and around large cities, and, wero the country in a calu. condition, thero would be many more; Distilleries and breweries nourish es pecially in Cork and Dublin, wliero ! splendid fortunes have been made in , them. Ireland does not contain coal j available for domestic use, but if her' cjoul beds have been allowed to lie dormant, it has been because it was thought that working them would not pay. So far as any industrial occupation is concerned, a man is as free to work or in Iteland as in England or Scotland. Thk subterranean passage referred to in Ranck's History of Lexington as supposed to be under t he ci ty,hnB been discovered and oxplored byTranscript reporters. These enterprising gentlemen made the exploration at night under very uncomfortable circumstances, and presented the matter 'in full for the digestion of the Lexingtoniaus at their breakfasts next morning. The passage is thought to have been constructed by the early settlers and lead to an old fort where the Carter building now stands. It is a cold day when the Transcript gets left on an item of real news. Thkiie will be no collections taken up at any of Col. lloogland's lectures, but those who are interested in the welfare of the neglected boys of the city will have the opportunity to buy. a little book, which deals directly with the matter and gives practical illustrations of the working of his theory. We have examined the work and give it our warm approval as a book calculated to stimulate and ngo the ambition of boys in a useful i direction. , It is thought that Kellogg, who was indicted for complicity in the Star Route conspiracy, will escape punishment bj pleading tho statute of limitations. Ho lias promibcd a public statement of Ins connection with tho conspirators. It is now proposed to issue S2,000,000 in bilyer certificates each month, based upon an equivalent in bullion. Besides being more convenient, this system would save tho cost of coinage enough to supply actual demands. Ei.nr.it A. N. Gimihiit will to-morrow handlo tho delicate subject of ''What can n young lady do ?" Wo stop tho press to suggest to him that, he tell her alio can stop chewing wnx. New Act. Jioston Globe. A neatly dressed and thirsty individual entered a'Vtrginia City, Nevada, saloon, approached the bar-tender and said : " I have no money. Will you accept stamps in payment for a gin cocktail 7" Tho bar-tender smiled, answered in tho affirmativo, and prepared the drink, which soon went sterling down parched throat of tho customer. He Bmaeked tm lips, complimented tho bartender on his ability, walkod to the lunch table, regaled himself, nnd then, giving threo resounding "stamps" with his foot upon tho floor, amllod sweetly qt the proprietor and vanished, IN A CMS TOILS. Russian Officials Powerless in Mllo. PhilippolFs Presence. For FItb Yearn Thin Wonderful Woman lias Evaded Detection, Vet She Him Taken Part In all Important Nihilistic Movement. New Yotk, March 29. A St. Petersburg lottor, under dato of March 10, says: Tho capture of an important femalo took place in the person of Mile. Phil, ippoff, better known as "Fingor." The Russian police officials were soarching for her about five years without success, though they had convincing proofs of her participation in rcoont Nihilistio crimos. She was wanted for having lont a hand to the Nihilists, who were at difforont times digging the ground under divers railroad lines with (ho object of blowing up tho luto train. Sho was mixed up in the celebrated robbery of the Kherson Treasury vaults by Nihilists, and is said to have been in St. Petersburg at tho timo of the assas3inntion of Alexander II., having a thorough knowledgo of the terrible plot. Belonging to the middle class of Russian provincial sooioty, Mile. Fingor was rightly lamed for her beauty and remarkable smartness. Sho has studied medicine in tho University of Zurich, obtained a diploma of M. D., then returned to Russia and married a young assistant of the Pi of tho Court of Kazan; after three months of niarried lifo sho loft him and could not bo laid hands on for livo years, baffling all the traps set for her by tho Russian deteotivea.Jbut boing invnriablyjhcard of in conjunction with Nihilistic crimes. The jubilations of tho police and pride at capturing hor aro better imagined than As soon as she was brought to. tho cnpitol' all officials of high ttandiug hurried to seo hor, and found it hard to resist tho combined power of her glib tongue and beauty. The Chief of tho Secret Police in St. Petersburg, M. Orgowsky, went to too her, first with tho object of impressing hor with tho gravity of her situation, but after a few minutes of conversation he beat a haaty rotreat, rcmomboring, as the gossips say, that ho has been but lately married, in tho prcsenco of tho Imperial couple, to the young and accomplished Princess Nathalio Shaovskoy, and bcinp suddenly seized with a mortnl fear, to 1m unablo to resist tho charmer, Mile. Then Count Folsloy, the Minister of tho Interior, voluutcored to seo hor. Ho, how-ever, boing an old man, Was no more afraid of tho consort of tho best half of his life, and staying an hour nnd a half in tho cell left it, us bo himself subsequently owned, well-nigh ovorowered by her arguments, feeling almost converted to Nihilism for an hour or so. Tho whole population of the capital is eager to see hor, but only a few old privileged individuals nro admitted to her presence, since it is feared weie the younger allowed to visit her sho possibly would succeed in persuading ono of them to let her c.cupo in his clothes, tho gentle, nun lonminiiig behind in guiso of a hostage, to bodNp.wedofby tlieliovernuiont. Net tiiiX' a Ton ii on i'ri for F1111.3 Nk Yokk, .Miuoh .SO. William Wash-bum, a Imk maker of llrew, tor's Station, N. Y was nrichtd to-day on n churgo of aison picl'orrod by the Brewster's authorities. Waslibmn. it is nllccd, was one of a band of three men who are charged with setting tit 0 to half a dozen hoimes in tho villago for fun. Then- went about at uight with kerosene and nuuclies, and applied them wherever tliey nw their oluuee. .The town hall and a number of private houses wero set tire to in this way. Tho other two momhers of the band wete William's twin brother, Thomas Washburn, and William Warren. Those two ate now under arrest at Brewster's. it "Was iu WorKiiiKT St. Louts, .March .'JO. Stephen C. Howard, from Dycrshiug, Tonn., was accidentally shot, nnd probably fatally wounded, in a gun store at the corner of Broadway and Christy avetnue, by J. 1. Oemmcr, the proprietor. Howard and a companion entered tho store and asked to bo shown soiuo pistols. Several wore exhibited, and in pulling tho trigger of a bull-dog a ball was discharged. The ball penutraled Howard' left breast, inflicting a probably lata wound. Gcmmer was taken into custody. Wnrnliiff to Sirs. HalIit. De Ruytkji, N. Y., Maron 29. An effigy of Mrs. Haight, who is accused of shooting her husband, was discovered at dawn this morning dangling from tho bough of a largo pino treo in front of the Union Church. On a pioco of paper attached to it was tho warning: "Mrs. Haight, bewaro; your turn comes next. Vigllanoo committee" A picturo of Airs. Haight shooting hor husband was pinned between tho warning and tho signature. Shot by MooiiHliliiera. Columbia, S. C, March 80. C. P. nigh-tower, informor and guide to a party of rercnuo officers In search of a band of moonshiners, was shot and killed by ono of the band in ambush yesterday in the Saluda Mountains, Qrecnvillo county. 1 m 1 Getting Down to Business. WAsniNaTOH, Marou 80, Booretary Teller says he intends, now that Indian troubles have begua, to subject all the savages to our laws, or kill tkem all off, lis tfceir time is ai hand. BUSINESS HOUSES. - Tlio following nro ntuoiiK tlio lending Business Establishments of Maysvllle. Cus- 1 tomers will find these nouses roiliibiouuu commanding position In their respective linen. A KIXCI1 A CO., DEAtERSIN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Qr. Third and Mutton Streets, mchSOly maysvii.lk, ky. IJIKAMt K. PH1NTKR, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, Manufacturer of Picture Krnmes and dealer In Miscellaneous Clouds. ineli.TO y MAVSVILLK, KY. j vrOKUINON' iV KACKIiKY, I Wholesale ami Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street. (mbMly) AfAYSVlLT.E.KY. KS. A. J. WII.MA.MN. M , OARPETS, (Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will tie sold CH KAP for tlio next thirty days. !CnIl ami seo them. melilt'Jly So. ', Fast Second Street. O UXT A DOY1.K, I Every new hlmde In DRESS GOODS, Crushed Strawberry, Electric Blue, Egyptian eta, and new Trimming! to mntch. .skeondSt., incli3lly MAYSVILLB, KY. T XV. KFAUK.H Jc 1IKO., j Ko.Zi, MARKET STJIKKT. NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS ' nnd Window Shades. Good Cnrpets at 30. rfi. I 1 11', 45, 50. CO, 05, 70, 75. and 90 cts., 81.00 nivl SLitf inohSldly J YT,HV' MATTIK CABB Second itreel, January's Block. j Millinery Gooite Hats; Laces, 1 FiiitherR,Trliiunlngsoto.,oflho latent Htvlo. Price Low. mcl3ldly I Q A, MEANS, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Hill lino or Burial Robes and all ai tides by tho undoitultliiK trade. Orders' pioinptly attended to day or nlht. I m:Wly A'o. 01, East Second Street, yiriiiTK. out. FUSHTSTUHE. Wo will not be undorsold by anv In Koniuuky oiatCiuolmmtl, It wo havo halt it chance. mehnidly MAY8V1LLE, KY. w. ItwHATUKWN A- CO., Manufacturers and Dealers In- Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths HhiiiKlPs, blinds, Kiaines, Doorn, Hash, Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac. ineii.luly MAYSVILLE, KY. 4 .11. KOUlUtH, IX- Boots, SllOeS, HatS and Caps, nE.See.St, mchSOly MAY8V1T.T.E, KY. r j. W.U.tl.IlltAITH, INSURANCE AGENT. Ofllco Third street, near Court House. Louisville Underwriters' Flro nnd Murine company. Insures against llulitnlnc and wlnii. mchlMIy w ril.M.vn IIU.VT. Manutacturor aud originator of tho rated brands of Sliver Dollar, Win. Hunt's Dnrk Horse, Hmoku, Thtoe Uenutics, Cordwood nnd r?Ltyu(i a"d Stioet, Mtiysvlllo, Ky. 1 AH. U. HAr.t.KK, CLAUENCE L. HALLUX. Nullee A Niilli'v, ATTOUNEY8 AT LAW INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Court Street, (soplOdly) MAYSVILLE,KY vr P, MAltSlI. A'lTOKNEY AT IiVW, JiiHtlco of tlio Peace, , REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. Will advortlHonnd sell real estate. No chorROs whutover' unless a fulo Is consummated. Deeds, morlaaues to. written at rates as low us jiny ouo's. Ollloo Library Building, Sutton sirooi, F. H. TRAXEL, Baker and Confectioner FREHH OYNTEKS A SPECIAI.TT. Tb ei only manufacturer' of PURB STICK CANDY in the city. Orders tor weddlassaad parties promptly attended to. myouly DAVE. I. ANOKKSON, KSBfc DENTIST, iVo.21 Mmrket St., nearly opj). Central Hotel, Office Open at all Hours. MA YS VILLE, KY in iyl31y.d. 1) R. T. 11.5. NMITII, DENTIST. Will devoto bis whole tlmo to tho preservation or the natural teeth. Dr. U. W. WarUle Will tako churgo ol all the mechanical work, such as cold, Hllvor,contlnuoungutn, collulold and rubber plates. meli3)dly riKOKUK OUT, JB., la rocolvlijK dully tho latest Mylos of . FURNITURE. Bed room, pnrlor and dining room nets In great variety. Prices very low. &uon street, iu3ldly liURU ESS BLOCK. C, N.lHIXEItit into, Dealers In- Boots, Shoes, Leather And FINDINGS, No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton Htrccts, moh3ldly MAYSV1LLK, KY. "I EO. COXA: SOS, Dealers In Sluple and Fancy ZDK5rr GOODS, Second Strect. mchOlly MAYS VILLE, KY. ZEataTolistLed. 1SS5. EQUITY GROCERY. So. f),W. hecoiid St., Opi,i!rii llonse, Krultsnnd VegetubleHluHeuMju. Your o?o lespectfully solicited. JMdly P. S. MYERS, -Dealer Groceries, Hats, Caps, UootH and Shoos. Oneeuswaro atidHardware. HlL'hpslfHsh nrirn mild loi ltiiIu and country Produce. Jyl5d A1t. OLIVET T. J. CUSIiSY, Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter. Keops constantly on linnd Rath Tubs, Wator Closets. Wabli Stands, Force and Lift Pumps. LeadPlpe.UloboAugloand Check S'aives, Steam and Water Onuses. Dealer In tho celebrated Calumet brand of Sewer and Drain Pipe. Jobbing promptly attended to and nil woi Ic wni ranted. Second street, two doors abovo Oeo. T, Wood's. lltKlsm PINEAPPLE HAMS, Home-made Yeast Cakes, my9dly GEOHUE HEI8ER. WILLAM CAUDLE, Mauumctuicr and Inventor of TRUSSES, Made Doubloor SliiKlofor men or boys. Ad dies WILLIAM CAUDLE, careT. IC. Hall & Son, aplldawiy MaynvlUo. Ky. J. C. Kackley & Co. Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoos, Hats Caps and Clothing. Goods always what they are reecommeuded to be MnlnJStK'ot, Gormnntown, Ky REMOVAL. Q. A. MoCAKTHEY has romovod his Quoonswaro storo to tho build ing on Sutton stroot, two doors Second stroot. inySdly SPRING MILLINERY GOODS received a haudsomo supplylof IIIAVEJust Millinery OoodslorthoSpiliiBlrado. Now styles of Bonn fits, Hats and JSccUwear Plumes. Zephyrs, in tact everytliliiKoillielnteststyles, andbeautllul to behold 1 nsk tho ladles to call and exnmluomy mohIc aud coin pare prleeii mlOditwlm MISS LOU I'OWLINU. BUY YOUIt Watclies, Jeivelry and SILVERWARE at JEWEIiltY STORE. No. 43, Second Street, 3 doors West of Markot. aug31dly JOHN WHEELER'S DAILY MARKET. Receives evory day River, Lake and Salt-Wat or 2' clEB JPjcIooim tlxo XiO'7Pr3rilS1,. EARM FOB SALE. farm of ono hundred, and ADESIRAULB aores.wlth a rosldence, stable Kood tobaooo'barn and otber buildings, situated on the Maysvllle and Oarmantown plkri, about seven rallesfrom Maysvllle, Apply f Wm. P.Smoot, on te Premises, or to faMAwlm Q ARRKTT S. WALL. i . AtaysvlUe, Ky, f i . i