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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
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MONDAY EVE., SEPTEMUER411, 1882.
BTeiois : The Evkniko Bulletin is published
dally, nud served nee of postajie at 0
cents per "week.; id cents per. mouth; Scents
per three mouths ; 81.S0 per six months, and 3
per year, payable lu ad v'ance.
WTTHE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS (JITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN
AN Y OIHER PAPER PUBLISHED IN M
' Hon. J-. H. Bowdex has been selected
as presiding Judge of the new Superior
Capt. John N. Lodwick, of Portsmouth,
an old steamboat commander, died at the
Cincinnati hospital, on Friday.
Kentucky Central Railroad gross earnings
for July, 18S1, 657,000; net, $19,000 j
for'J.nly, 1832, gross, S71.000; net, $36,000.
The Democrats of Vermont at the late
election made important gains. They
have secured twenty members of the leg-
Speaker Keifer is confident of his own
re-election to congress, but is quoted as
anything but sanguine of republican success
Col. John A. Cockrell, formerly of the
Enquirer, is to be the managing editor of
the new Democratic daily soon to be started
The Lexington Fair Association at the
late meeting cleared $10,000. The
is to be enlarged and a machinery
hall built next year.
The street railway at Lexington is three
and a quarter miles in length. Thirty-two
hundred passengers were carried by
one car the first day. Eight cars are now
Breckinridge county is to have a
celebration on the 2nd day of November.
Hardin's fort was established in
1782, on the ground where Hardinsburg
It is confidently predicted that Mahone
will fail in Virginia at the coming election.
He is meeting with strong opposition
from unexpected quarters. His reign
as boss of Virginia politics seems to be
drawing to an end.
The jury in the Star Route case, on Saturday,
announced their inability to agree
upon a verdict and asked to be further
instructed. These were given by Judge
Wylie, and are said to be strongly against
the defendants. A jury, however, is
a very uncertain quantity with whom,
in some cases, the rendering of exact
justice is not always a prime consideration.
The conviction and punishment of the
Star Eoute thieves, would, in the light of
past experience of public plunderers, be a
surprise to the country.
The nomination of Col. Hurt as the candidate
of the Democracy, for Congress, is
under the circumstances, the best that
could have been made. His selection as
the, standard bearer of the party aftbrds
an easy way out of difficulties that might
have proved very embarrassing before the
end was reached. So far as. we can learn
the action of the convention is heartily approved,
and the support he will receive
will- be warm and generous on all sides.
Colonel Hurt is un able man, fixed
in his political views, a ready and
and papable.of meeting satisfactorily
any opposition that may be made
against him, He will command the undivided
Democratic vote of the' district and
will take his seat in" Congress, backed by
tt&WWw $hP. Party hM W jnjhe
habit ojjgiyincin former yeara. J , .,
,ht't ' t' i - ' !;.;'
Inthe military drill at Toledo, St. Louis
took the first rrir.e, Toledo second and
Wooster, 0., tlfircT. r 7
A reception aiuf banquet will be tendered
chietengineer luoiviilu, vl the Jiiuiiette,
upon his arrival.
Brave Bear, the Sioux Indian, sentenced
to be hanged at Yankton, has been granted
a B'edOnd reprieve of sixty 'days.
At Pittsburg, Pa., Joseph Hess, on trial
for the murder of his wife last April, was
convicted of murder in the first degree.
John Beatty wasshot and wounded by
a tramp near Bradford, Pa., tor refusing
him food. Citizens are hunting for Mr.
At Reading, Pa., Mrs. oruckerl, reported
in the dispatches as suffering from hydrophobia,
died in terrible agony.
Rev. Win, H. Vandoren, D. D., a noted
Presbvteriau clergyman, died at his home
at Indianapolis Friday evening of paralysis
oj the stomach.
Two strangers entered the Merchants'
Bank nt Winnipeg, and during the temporary
absence of the teller, secured possession
of $10,000 in bills.
A freight train on the Marietta and Cincinnati
Railroad was wrecked near Little
Hocking. Six cars were destroyed and
two carloads of cattle killed.
A fire in the broom factory of Samuel
Cupples & Co., at St. Louis, destroyed two
large buildings with stock. Loss "and insurance
Jesse Pace, a highly respectable farmer,
was murdered Thursday, near Winona,
Minn., by two men named Curtis. Both
men are at large. They acknowledged
having committed the deed through a letter
to the sheriff.
Wm. Jackson, a fireman on the steamer
Saratogo, at Troy, N. Y., dared Wm.
a fellow fireman, to jump overboard
in his working clothes. The challenge
was accepted and Lacey swam back in
safety. Jackson was drowned.
DIVULGING ATROTTINU SECRET.
Lady Thornc's Myterious Mile Did She
Equal Maud S.'s Best Record?
From the Spirit of the Times.
We presume our readers have all heard
of that very private 'trial, iu the year 1870,
when Mace drove Lady Thorne a ghostly
mile in the gray of the morning, and only
two others, John L. Dot' and William H.
Saunders, timed the mare. In regard to
this trial, her driver said : "I never saw
Lady Thorne trot a full mile at her best
but "once, and there are two other men living
besides myself who can tell how fast
that was, but I shall never tell, and it is
probable that they will not. It was so fast
that it would not be credited by the public,
and so we agreed that we would never
mention the time. But I will say this
much : It was a faster gait for the'whole
mile than I ever saw kept up by any other
horse for a single quarter." For a round'
dozen of years did Dan Mace maintain his
determination to "never tell," but in an
unguarded moment, a short time ago, out
popped the secret. On the occasion to
which we refer Dan had become much interested
in conversation with a gentleman
about that year, 1S70, when Lady Thorne
was to meet Goldsmith Maid at Buffalo.
She had beaten the Maid whenever they
had contended on Eastern tracks, but the
party of the little bay maro were quite
confident of a victory at Buffalo. Dan,
after the trial referred to, felt abundant
confidence himself, and he related, on this
recent occasion, how he met Mr. Smith,
the owner; of the Maid, and told him he
would beat her.
"But," said Mr. Smith, "we can trot
three heats better than 2:20."
' So cau I," said Dan.
" We can trot three heats better than
"So can I," said Dan,
" We, can trot three hep.ts in 2:16."
" So qan I," said Dan,
The gentleman to whom Mace related
the foregoing conversation casually asked,
" Why, t)an, how fast did you ever drive
Dan impulsively replied : " I drove her
a mild just as fast a mlfe.aa tyas ever trptted
in public, :Wd the lasjm.l in; l:05i"v
ThQi seoret cjf -a 'dejcae. w.aa iiqw, mo're
fully out LadyjThqrne trqttefl a! trial in
1870rin 2;10L last half lb 1:05. timed bv
jtwo of lieosj exp.etienqedrhpjvon, Jthe
tun, A,.VS4JaAtfJv,.iP vfei uegfiyauu urivpn. py
't J i J -.1.! Iff . k 1 '. "
a. man wuo, now. , acks onrntwo .yeamot
,2jil tv.ii nii
FOR at a bargain. Apply to : . '
FOR SALE Uoptonibor lGth.at 10 o'clock,
SIJ aerdsof ltmd and a two htbry lrame
dwelling on Jersey Rldse. Attbe same time
and place a nice lot of stoolc and farming implements.
SAIjE A pair of Howe's 8 ton scales
FOR one-third price. Also two carts at half
price. Apply at Jy20dtf THIS OFFICE.
I OK KEXT.
RENT My "brick residence In East
Maysvlllo, or, if desired, I will rent the upper
floor alone; Mrs. MARY STEWART,
RENT-Barber shop booth a the Mays-ville
FOR fair grounds during the lair. Apply to
T. J. NOLlNor
D. P. ORT.
OR RENT A room on Court street, good
location lor an otiice. Apply to
M. F. MARSH.
One day this week a bundle containing
LOST three yards of dark flannel. Please return
to THIS OFFICE.
A Gentleman's Enameled Breast Pin
LOST with seven small stones. The Under
will be liberally rewarded by returniugsatne to
this Office or Jacob Linu'8 Confectionery Store
Second street below the Postofllce. dtt.
LOST! LOST !-A good fit if you
LOST! leave your orders with the Filth
Ward Tailor. mar3ltf J. H. WEDDING
M.J. MORFORD wishes to inform her
MMS. friends that she has just received a
full assortment of
MILLINERY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
for her early fall trade, also, a fine assortment of
"LADIES' KECK WEAK.
Call and examine.
Third htreet, opposite Christian church.
CHINA, CLASS and QUEEHSWARE
to suit all tastes and purses at
G. A. McCARTHETS
No. 30, East Second street.
Mrs. Geo. H. Wheeler,
MILLINERY and NOTIONS
HAIR GOODS of all kinds constantly in
aug28dSni Market Street, near Front.
se-A PRE3ENT Given to every child at
J. C. PECOB. & GOVS.
ry H. BT. SMITH.
COURT STEET, - MAYSILLE, KY,
Gas used In the extraction of teeth
pAiri, .. AN JMgRSpJJv
No. 21 Market St., nearly opp. Central Hotel,
OjfflQe Open at all Hours. MA.YSYILLE, KY.
stool; oTf InjporTer and Domestic
Piece gooaSand'TrlmmlnKS oh 4and.A.M
ordersejcecutbd. promptly and satisfadtorllyj
Dr. E. L. Rivenburgh
XiUplHiff, SHvtlon, HHrt
Voice, autt snu Impediments
Have CHreB lwcnt.r
!? cacAlace my arrival
WRITE or OA.LL and get nnraeaatMY OFFICE,
NO. 69 WEST NINTH STREET. NEAR CORNER
OF VINE, CINCINNATI. OHIO, whoro I
will remain until October 15th. Hundreds of
my office. No clinrgps received, unless a
cure is effected. READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONIAL:
Cincinnati, Augvut 1, 1882.
I was a Stammerer for ten yeara. Seven yeara
into I was cured of my Impediment by Dr, E. L.
nivenbnrgb.durlnar his visit in New Philadelphia,
Ohio. I would unhesitatingly advise any ono at'
llicted with Stuttering or any form of impediment
to give Dr. Rivenburgh a trial. I will answer any
communications addressed to me at 257 Plum
street, Cincinnati. Fbed C. Teiciistann.
CS7" Call and nao mo (luring your visit
to the Cincinnati Exposition.
J. R. SOTJSLEY,
Architect, Contractor and Builder.
in nil hed and i. 1 work warranted.
'Shop on Fouith Street between
Maiket and Limestone.
Kentuoky Centra! B. R.
The Direct and Cheapest Route to
2 Trains Daily Except Sunday.1 2
MAYSVILLE TO CINCINNATI,
making sure connections with all lines tor the
North, South, East and West
Holders of Through Tickets have their Baggage
checked through to destination.
Special Rates to Emigrants.
ttSTRouud trip tickets to CINCINNATI always
on sale at greatly reduced ratea.
An elegant FREE CHAIR CAR leaves Maya,
vllle every morning and returns the same day,
for, the heueflt of through passengers.
Time table in effect May 1-1, 1832.
Tralus 1 and 2 on Main Line run Dally, others
Dally except Sunday.
at Lexington with the C it O R R for Ashland
Huntington and all points In the East aud
Southeast with the C N O&TPR R, for
and the South, with the L & N R R for
Frankfort and Louisville.
For Tickets, rates on household goods, Folder's
description of the western country, through
time tables etc., call on or address,
W. C SADDLER,
Agt., Maysville, Ky. '
G. T. A. Flemlngsburg.
Qr any agent ot the. KiC
G. P. and F. A.
J. D. ELLISON,
Covington, FloiaiHgsuargaiid PotmdGap
' Connecting with Trains on K. O. It. It.
Leave FiiKtiGSBUKq for John8ouStatlon:
5:43 a.mi CIncinnatrJIxpress.
9:13 a. m Maysville Accommodation
Leave Jpnjsq SjATfotr for F.lomlngsburg pn
y t th'irrl.val of Tmtns'on; the K. jO.lt. B,: f
. ' ". ' 9:48.jSl ; ; , " 7:37 p m, ' , s
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