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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
WEDNESDAY EVE., SEPT. 20, 13S2.
s-Tekms: The Evening Bulletin is pub
Hshed dally and served lieo of postage at 0
cents per week; 25 cents per month; 75 cents
per three months ; $1.50 per six mouths, and S3
per year, payablo In advance,
0TIIE EVENING BULLETIN HAH A
LAUDER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO, THAN
ANY OiHER PAPER PUBLLSHEDlN WAYt.
President Arthur will be fifty years
old on the 5th day of nest month.
India imports goods Annually to the
amount of" 200,000,000, of which the
United States sends S2,000,000; nine-tenths
of that,!? for petroleum,
Sin. TVC. Anderson, a farmer and stock
raiser of Montgomery county, is trying
Chinese labor on his plantation. He
thinks it will solve the cheap labor problem,
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An estimate of the consumption of raw
cotton by the southern mills for 1831-12
puts the amount 233,000 bales; an increase
in four years of 50 per cent. The south is
destined to he a manufacturing region.
The proposed reception at Washington
of Engineer Mellville, the Arctic Explorer,
has been abandoned on account of his
having obtained an extension of his lease
of nbsencQ, by reason of sickness in his
Assistant District Attorney Moore is
carefully compiling all papers in the star-route
bribery cases, but uo warrants will
be issued until all is ready, which will not
be for several days yet.- A rumor is current
that the defense is becoming very
uneasy on account of possible developments.
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The Covington Commonwealth strikes
center when it says : Hon. G. M. Thomas
made a speech at the Republican convention
at Catlettsburg the other day. He
said he was "proud to belong to the Republican
party." Certainly he is. Any
man who holds a fat Federal office, with
big pay and not much work, ought to be
proud of hispartv.
Tan treasury officers will not admit of
the probability of Secretary Folger withdrawing
from the New York gubernatorial
contest in favor of Collector Robertson or
any other man. Very recent private advices
from him show that he does not expect
to continue his duties, as secretary of the
treasury, and it-is, therefore, argued that
he is going to stand.
In !his bulletin for September, Yennor
predicted "another hot term yet this season."
We bav? evidently been enjoying
it. Hotas it vas here Monday, it was
still hotter west of the Mtes&lppi river,
and it promises to be hotter heVe
The merftury east of the Mississippi ranged
well up among the' eighties durinjrtHe "
afternoon, but in Iowa. Missouri ni
Eastern Kansas the1 ihJiciinuin temperature
exceeded 90, SL Louis reporting 95.
At Cincinnati tko average temperature of
the day. was nearly 80, ctmrddubly higher
than that of the corresponding day for
a number of years past. The south westward
extension of the storm-area, which'
was ttill central over the Tipper Lake Re
gion last night, still occupied the northwest,
east of which tough-like extension
or from 'Mississippi valley eastward, the;
winds, of course, continue .southerly miuV
southwesterly. In last Friday's
cial it was stated that another center of
disturbance was apparently f putting in, the
northwestern territories, and on Saturday
that an area.of low
extreme northwest, , with a cleciued, .impression
in, Dakota. A , temperature', of
from 93 to 00 thea Mevailed in Dakota.;
It was further stated- that the stortu w'quJcM
probably move eastwaru over tne upper
Lake Regions.' On Sunday the storm was
found to nave made but little progress, and
on Mondnv morning it' was cetjtr tfver
the Upper Like Region. Meanwhile the
pressure continued highest '111 the southeast,
keeping the storm in' tin northerly
path, and in consequence of' its slow progress
continued southerly winds prevailed,
and the temperature rising day by day and
the weather growing hot, sultry and oppressive.
South of tho lakes thd weather,
although at times threatening, was not affected
by the storm, except in tho way of
gradually augmented temperature. "But
tho cool wave referred to in Monday's
Commercial has, during Monday, made
itself felt quite decidedly west of the Mississippi.
The storm will move more rapidly
now, and tho high barometer following
it is likely to move in this direction,
its force, however, probably somewhat
spent before it reaches here.
There has been a sharp -fall in temperature
in tho northwest, northerly and north
westerly winds prevailing. At Des Moines J
me mercuy in me uukiuuv" dwuu ui ur,
wind southwest; eight hours later it had
fallen to05, wind northwest. A somewhat
similar change lm? been general throughout
tho Mississippi valley. This sudden
chango of the wind and temperature in
that section has produced heavy tains iu
tho northwestern portion of the country,
and thunder storms were reported from
The British hav6 occupied Tan tab.
Mine. Modjeska has returned to America.
The Tariff Commission are doing St,
Rev. G. W. Kelly was sun' struck at
A comet has been discovered at Center
City, Col. '
Secretary Folger is quite ill at the Hoffman
House, New York.
Heavy floods have occurred in
Venetia, and tho Tyrol.
General Noyesand Gen. R. P. Kennedy
spoke at Akron Monday night,
R. E. Sherwood, of Marshalltown, Iowa,
was drowned, while Hshing, Sunday,
It is believed that the Anglo-Turkish
Military Convention will be abandoned.
John Y. Glessner, editor of the Richland
Shield and Banner, diefl at Mansfield, O..
Clayton H. Bishop proprietor of a flour
and feed store at lit. Yernon has left for
Logan, Lindsay & Co., of St. John, N. B.,
wholesale and retail grocers, assigned.
The thirty-fourth annual fair of the
Michigan State Agricultural Society began
at Jackson Monday.
Enos Jameson, assistant treasurer of the
St. Louis People's Theatre, committed
suicide on Monday.
At Argentine, Kansas, Ben. Franklin, a
colored boot-black, was fatally mangled by
a freight train Monday.
Burglars, at Hudson, Mass., set fire to a
shoe factory, and ,it was burned to the
ground. Loss 05,000.
Katie Euchert, an eighteen-year-old
Cleveland girl, committed suicide because
of an unfortuuate love affair.
J. W. Joneg. stabbed to death Joe D.
GritHn, Sunday night, at Whitney, Texas
Joues fled, and citizens are pursuing.
Major Phipps, defaulting superintendent
of the Philadelphia Almshouse, was
arrested at Hamilton, Out., on Monday.
Engineer Melville's wife has been sen
to an insane asylum. Her insanity seems
to have been the result of nervous prostration,
President Arthur will be the guest of the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts and of
the city of Boston, the first four days of
Alonzo Cash, aged 48, shot and mortally
wounded his wife, Minnie, aged 17, near
Dormansville, N. Y., Sunday, and then
The Conimon Council of Elmira, N. Y,,
offers a reward of $500 for the conviction
of the person who fired J. Richardson &
Co's shoe factory.
Two mutes (youths) named Akers, just
escaped from tho Virginia Institution at
Staunton, were killed on the railroad
truck near that place.
A wotnanwas phot by a process server,
near Ghenties, cu any Donegal, while .resisting
the seizuie of her cattle. The process
server was arrested.
Rev. A. J. Bray, formerly of Montreal,
h in? floated a colonization society for the
northwest territories, on, the London mar:
kt, with nominal capital of one million
First Assistant Postmaster General
Frank Hatton .was tendered an elegant
banquet at the Grand Paqific ' Hotel,
Monday evening, by;oflicersof the Chicago
Postal Service. .
Mr. Joseph MJsitfll, qX the Chicago Tribune,
ami wife; Dr. Henry Williams, Qfthe
British army,- and , Pfesidqnt Barriop, of
Guatemala, were piuong ,the arnva ;at
New jYork Monday. ' ( .. . "
The government inspector at Toronto
states the ill fatjj steamer-Asia was fonr
ning without been refused
on account of carrying an insufficient
niuiper o( lffcj Jjoajs and'life, preseryjefl3lfJt
JacorftE. Shiriherd, oft Peruvian notori
ty,:was before .fudge 'Lawrence, in; the
New York supreme court, Monday? iii
supplemeutar)procoedinga,upon a judgment
fotvSlGft and costs, recovered against
him. by tfe UniouNawsCompauyincJnQ
Thi- Germam Reformed Board of .the
Uhited States opened itsannual: session at
Harrisburg, Pa,, Monday evening. If has
missions in New Yorkr Pennsylvania,
DeluwarOiiYirginia, North Carolina, Ipwa,
Nebraska, Kapsas, California, Oregon and
jDnringthe performance of Orton's circus
at Mount Airy, N; C, .September 18, the
seats fed With .fifteen hundred people.
Over fifty people were seriously injuted.
Four ladies, victims of the disaster, are in
a critical conditions Many men women
and children had legs and arms broken.
During a fight Monday in tho Union
Market Police Station, New York, between
Olhcers.Hogan and Henderson, tho latter
fired frequently at the former, th$ balls
taking effect on his head and wrists,
dangerous wounds. Henderson
begun theq'iarrel by striking Hog'an with
The garrison of Aboukir, ordered to
proceed to Kafel Dwar to surrender,
marched on Sunday. An entire regiment
with arms, moved off eastward to join
Abdallah Pasha, at Damietta. The remainder
of the first detachment, about one
hundred and fifty men, reached Kafr el
The telegram received by Acting Secretary
of tho Navy Walker, trom Engineer
Melville, sltpply asked for an extension of
leave, on account of sickness in his family.
The request was granted. None of
the particulars of Melville's actions are
kn6nr.ii at the department. Reports of his
haying deserted his" wife created quite a
sensation among .the officials there;
w AAT To buy five fresh milk cows, With
second or tuird caives. Must oe jjopu
ouea Iwd. C.P.aHOCKLfiV.
17 OR KATE A fine Grade Alderuy Calf a
r first clas unnimal. Aapply to
lwd Sth Ward.
IoksaIjE. Bakery, confectionery, grocery
I JL; and oyster room, doing a large business.-
uniy one in cuy ana county, uosi price tiu.
Apply to t V. B1KRLEV.
SAIiE A two story dwellinj? In theSth
Ward containitiK three rooms and Kitchen,
near conier of Third and Walnut and Hail 'a
plow factory. Itlsinnnod condition and has
cistern, coal house and other conveniences.
Call on W. W. Ball or
J. M WHITTINOXON.
Covered Top Wocou, will be
' sold at a bargain. Apply to.
sdd&wlin THIS OFFICE.
On Thursday, some place in ihU city,
LOST gold rin. The tinder will be liberally
rewarded by returning It to
On Friday afternnnn somo"place"ln
jMaytJVlUH&Jiond&O bill and one So bill.
A liberal rewaro will be ylven to the tinder by
leaving Maine at this otltoe or returning It to
THOMAS A, WOODWARD, Uennnutown,
a small memorandum boolc containing
LOST S 13,2-3 nud a receipt Mom the Adaun
Exptesa Company. If the fluder will return it
to this otllce, I will pay a liberal reward for
same. sUIwd HENRY MARSH.
A OentlemauM Enameled lit east Flu
LOST Willi eeveu small stones, Tne finder
will be liberally rewarded by returning same to
thlsOttlce or Jacob Liun's Confectionery Store
teecond htreet below the Postofllee. d 1 1.
J.OS1I tit If you
LOST! leave your orders with the Filth
urd Tailor. murSltr J. H. WEDDING.
Attention, Owners of Stock !
obtained control of Mr. T. U
lam prepared to pasture
an unlimited number of cows, horses, mules
Ac. The above grass has not been pastured ut
nlldurtugthe season of lb82. Co wh or cattle
10c per single head, per day, reduction made
for herd horses or mules, 54.00 per month.
Cows driven to and from pasture $2.50 per head.
IAS. H.SAliLEE. CLARENCE L. SALLEE
SALLEE & SALLEE,
ATTORNEYS AT 1AW
A general law practice Iu all the courts.
THWD Sl'REET, near Court House,
seplOdlmwly MAYSVILLE AT.
rii Ji. n. swiiji.
COUR7 8TEET - MAYSVILLE, AT,
Gas used in the extiactlon of teeth t dl
Fall and Winter
Latest Styles, and Patterns.
ASK all tho Ladle to call and seamystock,
I It W selected with great care.
Nexto John Wlieeier's,
Dr. E.L, Rivenburgh
KxliauHteU Urexttli, Xiuh
ul Mount I. Improper Ar-
tlculatlou. m of
Volets and all Im
poNuieuU I n Speech.
Ilnvo cured tuoiity
rap Jilnce my nrrlv
nl In Cluclniia.fl.
WRITE or CALL and got names at MY OFFICE,
NO. 63 WEST NINTH -STREET, NEAR CORNER
OF VINE, CINCINNATI, OHIO, where I
will remMn'unttl October 15th. Hundreds of testimonials
Rt my otllce. Nochftrgp received, unless a
rnrftls effected. READ lE POLIQWING TES
Cincinnati, August 1,1S32.
I was a Stammerer for ten years. Seven years
aeo I was cured of my Impediment by Dr. E. L.
Rivenburgh. durln? bis visit In New Philadelphia,
Ohio, J would unhesitatingly advise any ono af
tticttvl with Stuttering or any form of Impediment
to give I)r. Rivenburgh a trial. I will answer any
communications addressed to me at 257 Plum
street, Cincinnati. Fbed C. Tejchmaxn.
ttBYifr ami nee tno during your visi4
to tho Cincinnati Exposition,
XT -A-T O 3E3C 33 S
CIIANOEP TO '-
B-J. BALLEXORRnt Albert t'hiua
Store ndiolnlng Fearco, WuillntsfoMl &
uojf uanic. apHomii
CHIHA, GLASS and QUEEHSWARE
to suit all tastes and purses at
G. A. McCARTHEY'S
rayBJIy ' ; . -' Np.'So, East yc.WHd street,-
buill E bf h9B IS 'K Bs B j B jjJy w U pi fig IA mm m " H JH 1L
AAlAAil M m m m mfm M'M M M M. M mm
For the BEST Grade of-
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At a PRICE That SHALL
3, 5 and 8 Hold WHEAT Drills.
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No. 18 Sut(onrjand No. 7, Second Sts.,
will.uot bo undersold in
STOVES, TINWARE, MANTELS, GRATES, Etc:
EXCLUSIVE SALE ''
OE THE M02SriTOR"
OIL ST.OVETHE ONLY
Oil. STAVE IN T1IF, WUKM.
Wo have just opened one of the handsomest and most extensive
assortments of Wilton's, Ax minister, Body and
TanestrV BrUSSelis ever seen in this city, in honor of
the Tenth Cincinnati Exposition, just being opened. We cordially
invite visitors to our city to look through our immense
.6VvAOK CEO; B. . ' FA
(Between Race and Elm.) (seplOJSw) 133 V. Foifttb St., Cincinnati, Ohio.
MB. M.J, MURFORD wishes to iuform her
M lady friends that she has Just received a
MILLJJJEpy GOODS AND NOTIONS,
for her early fall tirade, also, a line assortment of
"' TADim 5sTEOK WEAR.
'IJhird street, opposite Olirist'dn church.
pAUIi I). ANORSOT9
tfo. 21 Market St,,nearlyo2ip, Central Hotel,
Otflcc Open at all Hours. MA YS VILLE ICY.
No, 43. Secpuit aUeett3dobtfi Wost of Market.
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Headquarters for all kinds of Confectionery
Fruits, Cauued Goods, etc.
Fresh Stock and Low Prices.
Come and see me Jfryou. w(intto avo money.,
f 3 tsA
Satisfy the Purchaser.
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3c JR. IX. EX
' MAYSVILLE, KY.
- COAL AND WOOD
WITH EVEIIY JXODEKN I,HlJUVEJIEX , '
T. B, Fulton. E. Davis.
PULTON & DAVIS,
OHIO VALLEY MILLS: .
Corn, Shorts and Shipstuff.
Flour for sale by all groceis in the city.
PULTON & DAVIS,
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HAVE removed my meat shop from Mar
J ket street to the Fitzgerald house, corner of
Market and Third, where I will keep a full
supply of nil kinds of FRESH MEAT.
, rtltfmo - . , :Jiy?BNIB.
''? ;s k ' .i" - r ;k n Si
AVE opened a meat store at tho old stand
III Ueo. Enls, on Market street, where I will
keep at all times a fall stock of everything in
my line Give mo a call.
oldl2m s JAMES GRAHAM
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