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. DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
FRIDAY EVE., SEPT. 22, 1S32.
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per three months ; $1.60 per six mouths, and S3
per year, payable in advance.
JU-THE EVENING HULI.ET1N HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN. OHIO, THAN
ANY OIHER PAPER PUBLISHED IN MAYS
The Lexinjrton Guards are about to disband.
The Democrats of New York are
their State Convention at Syracuse today.
The Tammany delegates, it is thought,
will be admitted, annd it is predicted that
Congressman Flowers will receive the
nomination for Governor over Erastus
Corning, his competitor.
The Cincinnati Commercial in speaking
of the nomination of Judge Folger, for
Governor, by the Republicans of New
York, says: "It is not our impression
that the nomination of Judge Folger is
one that will be ratified at the polls. The
influences, that secured this nomination
will defeat the candidate."
A Little Talk Willi Blultie.
Chicago special to Cincinnati Commercial:
The Chicago Tribune will print an
interview, occupying three columns, with
Mr. Blaine, the first part of which is devoted
to the consideration of his civil service
record and the New York Post's personal
attacks upon him. Mr. Blaine also
speaks at some length of the readjuster
movement in Virginia. He said that he
was in entire sympathy with the straight
out Republican party in that state, and
that he had always been opposed to a Republican
coalition with Mahone.
',1 think it was rather a blunder." said
Mr. Blaine, "to unite the Republican partv
with the readjustee. The Republican
party has always been devoted to upholding
the public faith, and this fact contributed
powerfully to the victory of 18S0. To
turn right around and join" the repudiation
winir of the Virgin in Dprnnnrnv
seemed to me the last degree of follv for
the Republicans. Let us give the devil
his due The Bourbon Democracy passed
the McCulloch bill after full consultation
with the creditors, and with their consent.
Mahone's party declines to confei with
the creditors, and declares that the debtors
vill fix the amount they will pay. Thevcv
moment this ground is taken u is repudiation.
" If the creditor is to be excluded from
the consideration or even conferences, and
the debtor himself assume the right to fix
the limit of his liability, then the principle
of repudiation is established and subsequent
details are left to the whim and
caprice of the debtor. I would have advised,
and in 1SS1 1 did advise, so far as it
was my business, that the Republicans
should adhere to their own standard, and
not become complicated with anv theories
of repudiation. In that wav jood men of
all parties would have been "drawn to us."
"Flow was the Garfield cabinet on the
question?" queried the reporter.
"Divided,11 said Mr. Blaiue; "divided
about as evenly as seven men can divide
on any question, and, therefore, no positive
or effective thing was done in the
early statre of the campaign, and the tragedy
of July 2d removed it from consideration."
"Well, do you think Virginia should he
expected to pay the debt in full, principal
" No," said Mr. Blaine, " I d.v not, and
her creditors-do not expect it. Tin creditors
are willing to make a generous adjustment,
but they do not want the adjustment
to be all op one side and have an allowance
thrown to them as a hone would
be thrown to a starving dog. That isabout
what Mahone proposes, as I understand
"Well, why do you think Virgiuia should
not be expected to pav the whole debt as
other States have done ?"
"Principally because she was torn and
dismembered by the war," responded Mr.
Blaine, "and her ability to pav was very
greatly impaired. No other State of the
Confederacy suffered as Virginia did. No
other State was mutilated as she was. West
Virginia, that was torn from her in the
violence of the war as a war measure, is
an empire of -wealth lost forever to the old
State. No equal a-ea in this country is so
rich in natuial resources West Virginia.
The people desire the new State and should
have it, but the loss to the old State is verv
"What do you think will be the end of
it nil?" inquired the reporter.
"I do not know," said Mr. Blaine, "hut
I should be glad to seG the general government
aid Virginia in some practicable way
in settling her debt. When we were at
war with Mexico and dismembered her
territory we made her an allowanceof many
millions of dollars, and I think we could
afford to bo equally just and generous to
one of our own States that we dismembered
"Do you think West Virginia ought to
pay a share of the debt?"
"Under all the circumstances I do not.
Nor do I believe that there is a State in
the Union, situated as West Virginia is,
that would assume any portion of the Virginia
debt. You must remember that we
did not erect the State of West Virginia to
oblige its inhabirants. Wo did it as a
war measure for the benefit of the whole
Union, and the state of Virginia bore the
costly sacrifice alone. It is not, in my
judgment, fair or right that Virginiashould
be made the victim for the sins of the dead
The New York Republican Convention
at Saratoga, on the 20ch iust., was from the
start controlled-by the Stalwart
who elected Senator Madden
chairman over Pitts, who was supported
by the Cornell delegation. This organization
was made permanent, and on the
first ballot for Governor'the vote stood :
Judge Fulger223, A. B. Cornell 180, J.
W. Wadsworth G9, J. H. Starin 19, J. 0-Robinson
0. This being twenty-sis votes
less than required another ballot was ordered
and Folger receiving the requisite
number of votes was declared the choice
of the convention.
A Washington special says arrangements
have been completed for announcing
the approach of frost in some of the
tobacco-raising sections. The Signal Bureau
will telegraph to central points, and
the growers will be notified in all directions
by the firing of cannon. This will be the
first test of the plan, and will be conducted
by the tobacco farmers themselves after
the receipt of the dispatch from the
Weather Office in Washington.
Stanley, the African explorer, has arrived
The fall meeting of the Louisville Jockey
Club opened on Wednesday.
A London dispatch says: The Anglo-American
cable of I860, is restored.
An offensive and defensive alliance has
been concluded between Russia and Montenegro.
There was a railroad riot at Marion, on
Wednesday, during which four men were
A serious corn famine prevails in
In some sections it sells for twenty-five
cents per pound.
The steamship Comus, with the Marquis
of Lome and Princess Louise, arrived
safely at Victoria, B. A. Tuesday night.
At Cbncordia, Sonora, five persons were
killed in a church by lightning. Manv
others were seriously injured in the rush
During an altercation at Fort Wayne,
John Peterman T"k . horriblv 1 cut ..... William "Car-
ner. Dotn were in love wan tne same
A coal train fell through a trestle near
Wilkesbarre, Pa., and a number of workmen
were seriously, but none fatally
General J. D. Cox and General Charles
Grosvenor. of Ohio, addressed the Societv
of the Army of the Cumberland, at Milwaukee,
Joseph W. Slack, ex-county commissioner,
and one of the most popular citizens
of the county, died at his residence
at Sligo, 0., on Tuesday. ,
At the cabinet meeting. Wednesday, besides
the President, were present Secretaries
Frelinghuy&L'h, Lincoln, Teller and
Folger. Only routine business was transacted.
In the Massachusetts Republican Convention
Robert R. Bishop was nominated
for Governor. The vote stood: Bishop 073;
Crapo, 504. There was a large scattering
The Czar and Czarina arrived safely at
Moscow, Wednesday. Immense crowds
lined the streets though which they passed
to the Kremin Palace, and they received
with the utmost enthusiasm.
The Baltimore and Ohio telegraph company
laid their cable across the Narrows,
from Fort Hamilton to Fort Wadsworth,
New York. It is six thousand five hundred
feet long, and weighs eighteen tons.
The Connecticut Republicans nominated
the following ticket : Governor, Gen.
William H. Bulkely; Lieutenant Governor,
John Candee; Secretary of State, S. T.
Stanton; treasurer, Julius Converse; comptroller,
Frank D. Short.
The record of thefts in Cincinnati Monday
including the taking of $800 from a
gentlemen's bed room, the blowing open of
Safe containing $250, and the "sneaking"
of $5,300 worth of diamonds trom a jewelry
Atameetingof theExecutive Committee
of the Iron Manufacturers' Association and
the representatives of the Amalgamated
Association, at Pittsburg, the old scale of
prices was formally agreed upon, and the
iron strike at last ended.
The various committees appointed by
the National Furniture Workers'
in session in Cincinnati, were
b'isily engaged on their several duties. A
general meeting was held Thursday night
to receive reports.
Base ball Wednesday At Cincinnati,
St. Louis 8, Cincinnati 4; at Chicago, Chicago
5, Worcester 0; at New York, Metropolitan
3, Boston 2, in ten innings; at Detroit
Providonco 6, Detroit 5. The Louisville-Allegheny
game at Pittsburg yas
postponed on account of rain.
The two span bridge over the Little
Hocking river, this side of Athens, Ohio,
on the Marietta and Cincinnati Railway,
was burned on Tuesday. Passengers and
baggage were transferred. The work of
rebuilding was begun immediately.
The board of commissioners of the Cincinnati
Industrial Exposition have declined
an otler to transport to Cincinnati
the entire mining exhibit which has been
attracting so much attention in Denver.
The board were compelled to take the action
they did owing to the lack of time
a'nd room to handle the exhibit.
1,000 Unlaundried Shirts, with Linen
Bosoms, at 50 cents each at J. W. Sparks
"l I r ANT To buy Ave fresh milk cows, with
V second or third calves. Must be pood
oues. Iwd. C. P. aHOCKLEY.
SALE A Covered Top Wagou, will be
FOR nt a bargain. Apply to
rtd&wlm THIS OFFICE.
l?oil SALE A line Grade Alderny Calf-a
J; first cla&a uunlmnl, Astpplr to
lwd 6th Ward.
Da leery, confectionery, giocery
IpoKSAJLE. room, doiutr a Inige business.
only one in city and county. Cost price 82.000.
Apply to Q, W BIERLEY.
On Thursday, some place in tills city,
a plain gold rim. The tinder will be liberally
rewarded by returning it to
Heptlfrf THIS OFFICE.
On Friday afternoon tome place in
LOST ono?20 bill and one 3)1)111.
A iiboial reworo will be irlveu to the tinder by
Ieavtnzsamo at this ofiie or rerurnlng.lt to
THOMAS A, WOODWARD. Ueimantowu,
Gentleman' Enameled JlrenstPln
LOSTA hiiiuII stones. The tinder
will be liberally rewarded by returning nune to
this Oflice or Jacob Lttin's Cot fWjtionery Store
Second street below the Pwtottlc. dtf.
T ONT1 liOsI I good tit If you
J j do not leave your orders with the Filth
WnrdTnllor. inn3in i H WtiDDlNG.
Attention, Owners of Stock !
obtained control of Mr. T.U
Farm, lam prepared to pasture
an unlimited number of cows, horsed, mules
&c. The above grass has not been pasrmed at
all durinc: the season of 1SS2. Cows or cattle
for herd Dorses or mules, per month.
Cows driven to and trom pasture 52.5' per head.
sl92vdeodw2t CHARLES KIRK.
C NASBY IN EXILE."
AGENTS WANTED SSS
Printed upon fine book piper and elegantly bound, and
containing a humorous and life-like description of the
manners and cnitoms of European people. The moat
entertaining book of the kind erer Uaued. Petroleum
V. Naaby Is known the world over. A great opportunity
for AcenU to make money. Send for circulars at once.
AddreM DOUGLAS B&OS, IMYNE, ClnC
0K' Dr. E. L. Rivenburgh
1 Car Stuttering1.
AM BV A. n
Xitaplnfft Suction, and
Extiauated Breatli, "So
al Sound, Improper Articulation,
Voice, nud all
Jeliment In Speech
lavo cured tirentr
2Sn&zzv!. w?&2 f cae ftlnce my arrival
"j;7$3 V5V In Cincinnati.
"WRITE or CALL and get names at MY OFFICE.
NO. 69 WEST NINTH STREET. NEAR CORNER
OF VINE, CINCINNATI, OHIO, where I
will remain until October 15th. Hundreds of testimonials
at my offlne. No charge received, unless a
cure Is effected. READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONIAL:
Cincinnati August 1,1832.
I wm a Stammerer for ten years. Seven years
ruo I was cured of my impediment by Dr. E. L.
Rivenburgh, during his visit in New Philadelphia,
Ohio. I wonld unhesitatingly advise any one afflicted
with Stuttering or any form of impediment
to cive Dr. Rivenburgh a trial. I will answer any
communications addressed to me at 257 Plum
street, Cincinnati. Fbed C Teicumann.
Q5yCrtH and ttee tne during your vitit
to tho Cincinnati Exposition.
Fqll and Winter
Latest Styles and Patterns.
ASK all the Ladies to call and see my stock.
I It is selected with great care,
Next to Johu WbeelerV.
tWJ. BALLENirKR nt Albert's Chluii
Store itdiolutng Peaice, Wallinufnid &
jCo.'s Bank. npUGuiu
MAYSVI X.4 JL E
consequence of the increased patrnntme of
IN FEMALE INSTITUTE, the bchool has
been reorganized with the following board of
JiATIV LANGUAGE AND
J. K. PACE.
PRIMARY WEP ALICE
PIANO, ORGAN AND GUITAR-Miss
TERMS PER SESSION OF TWENTY WEEKS.
Primary Department S12 flO
Second Primary Department lo ou
Junior Department 0 00
Middle and Senior i!5 00
Instrumental Music (two favsons per
week) 25 00
Instrument lor practice (one hour per
day L, fi 00
Boarding, including fuel and light 70 00
It is desirable Mint paymentssnouid be made
lu advance at the beginning of each session.
J. R. PARKE, Principal.
2M2tw! S. E. cor. 4th and Limestone sis.
Purse S500. First Horse $300, second $150, third
$50. In harness mile heats.
NAME OF HORSE. NOMINATOR. DRIVERS COLORS. HEAT3.
Zulu, g. g H. L. Pcrin Blue Cap.
Stranger, cli., g T. J. Synder..; Withdrawn
Tucker, ch. g J. W. Smith Black.
Judge Halves, h. s Smith & Coons. Eed,WhiteA Blue
Catch Fly, b. m i R. F. Pepper Gray
For the BEST Grade of-
At a PRICE That SHALL Satisfy the Purchaser.
3, 5 and 8 Hold WHEAT Drills.
No. 18 Sutton, and No. 7 Second Sts.,
will not be
OF THE "MONITOR"
OIL STOVE,THE ONLY
OIL STOVE IX THE WORM).
Wo have just opened one of the handsomest and most extensive
assortments of Wilton's, Axmitiister, Body and
TpCStry BrilSSellS ever seen in this city, in honor of
the Tenth Cincinnati Exposition, just being opened. We cordially
invite visitors to our city to look thro ugh our immense establishment,
CEO. F. OTTE & CO.,
(Between Race and Elm.) (seplBdSw)
M.J, MOUPORD 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 flue assortment of
LADIES' NECK WEAK.
Call and examine.
Third street, opposite Christian church.
TAUIi 1. AIVDEUSON,
No. 21 Market St. nearlyopp. Central Hotel,
Office Open at all Hours. MAYSVILLE, KY.
a line of-
MANTELS, GRATES, Etc
COAL AND WOOD
WITH EVEKY MODERN 1MPKOVEMEN
133 W. Fourth St., Cincinnati, Ghio,
T. B. Fulton, E. Davis,
FULTON & DAVIS,
OHIO VALLEY MILLS
Corn, Shorts and Shipstuff.
Flour for sale by all grocers in the city.
FULTON & DAVIS,
(11118(117 ABERDEEN, O.