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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 10, 1882.
0TTehms : The Evening Bulletin is published
daily, aud served nee of postage at 0
cents per week; 25 cents per mouth; 75 cents
per three months ; S1.50 per six mouths, aud iS
per year, payable iu advance.
B-THE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN
ANY O'lHER PAPER PUBLISHED IN M AYS-VILLE.
General Butler has accepted the nomination
for Governor of Massachusetts.
'Hon. W. Vaughn Frather, on account
of ill health, has withdrawn as a candidate
for Register of the Land Office.
There is some talk of the removal of
collector Robertson, on account of his
alleged apathy regarding the New York
It is estimated at the Post-office Department
that there will be a net revenue of
more than $300,000 from the business of
the money-order division during the last
The court of appeals has decided that a
peace officer has the right to make an arrest
without a warrant when acting upon
information that a felony has been committed
by the person or persons sought to
New York Sun : If all the Republicans
of New York who are now proclaiming
their determination to vote against Folger
keep their word, Cleveland will have the
biggest majority ever given to any candidate
in this state. ,
Nothing truer than this from the
Rochester, (N. Y.J Advertiser has ever
been said : ''The present Stalwart Administration
owes its existence to the bullet of
Guiteau and its success at Saratoga to
Harper's Weekly says it must be a mortifying
reflection to Judge Folger that he
has been nominated for the Governorship,
and not by the free choice of Republican
New York, but largely through the combination
of government patronage with personal
Returns of the vote of Arkansas on the
liquor question at the election in September
have been received by the Secretary
of State from all the counties except one
small one. and show 78,8S9 for license to
45,041 against. Only 12 out of 74 counties
voted for prohibition.
Albany, N. Ym Argus: As the weekly
newspapers come in from all parts of the
state, it becomes apparent that the Republican
disaffection is general throughout all
the counties. Prominent politicians of
the three parties say they hear of none
except Stalwarts who will vote the Saratoga
ticket. Many Stalwarts even are becoming
frightened, and they are, as a general
thing, willing to admit the probability
of Judge Folger's defeat.
The majority for Alexander H. Stephens
of Georgia is now estimated at 60,000. Mr.
Stephens on Friday sent to the Governor
his resignation as congressman from the
Eight Georgia District, and the Governor
has ordered an election in November to fill
the vacancy. It is staid that Gartrell, the
defeated candidate for Governor, will contest
the election, "not with the hope of
getting in, but to show alleged frauds and
intimidation, and he hopes thereby to keep
Stephens out until May next." A telegram
from Washington announces that A.
E. Buck, Chairman of the Republican
State Committee of Georgia, says that "in
behalf of General Gartrell, he. will contest
the election of Mr. Stephenson several
J i NE)WS f1
An Indian outbreak! is learell atfAlmass
Mexico". ' ' ..
The Australian cricketers have arrived
at New York. ' ' ' "
President Arthur spent Sunday at his
home in New York.
The cost of the Egyptian war to England
is estimated at $30,000,000. N
The fatal cases of cholera in Manilla average
between thirty and forty daily.
Fire destroyed the Hughson Wagon-works,
at Syracuse, N. Y. Loss, $50,000.
Senator Beck thinks the Democrats will
carry all the Kentucky congressional districts.
Base ball Sunday: At St. Louis: Cincinnati
6, St. Louis 4; at Louisville, Eclipse 3,
The Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul
depot at Richmond Center, Wis., burned
Sunday morning; loss heavy.
Captain John S. Rendelbuder, of Memphis,
killed himself Sunday. For some
time his mind had been impaired.
In Crundemarca, New Grenada, the
President of the state, Gen. Aldana, and
his secretary, have been assassinated.
Large hardware works have been burned
in Paris and 500 persons thrown out of
employment. A fire chief was killed.
An engine and five freight cars were
wrecked on the Little Miami road, near
Columbus, Sunday. An unknown tramp,
stealing a ride, was killed.
In the runaway of a trotting horse at
Monroe, Maine, Friday, Adelbert Kelllev,
who tried to stop it, and one of a double
team standing in the way, were killed.
Near Mountain Store, Mo., on the
Springfield and Memphis railroad, five
men were killed and ux seriously injured
by the premature explosion of a blast.
A train conveying Chilian soldiers from
Risco to Inca was partially blown from
the line by torpedoes laid by Monteneros,
and some seven or eight soldiers were
Howard Carroll, of the New York Times,
who has been nominated for the office of
Congressman-at large on the Republican
ticket, in plpce of Hepburn, declined, also
declined the honor.
The Biennial Movable committee of the
Grand United Order of Odd Fellows, in
session at Boston re-elected the old officers,
selected Cincinnati as the next place of
meeting and adjourned.
The contemplated re-union of the veterans
of the Union and Confederate armies
engaged at Culp'sand Cemetery
called at Boston the 17th and
13th, inst, has been postponed until next
Arthur Wellington Ross was murdered
for his money, at midnight, Saturday night
near his home in Glendale, Ohio. A. large
reward has been offered for the arrest of
the murderers, but no clue has yet been
An interpreter at San Carlos Agency in
past years, in an interview says the origin
of the dissatisfaction among the Indians
was caused by the conduct of Agent Tiffany,
who, instead of giving rations to the
Indians, sold them to traders.
The committee in New York investigating
the Fenian Skirmishing Fund, reports
the alleged forged check given by Bossa to
Breslin was not forged or dishonored, that
there were funds in the bank to meet the
chech when drawn, but had been later
Treasury department Secret Service Detectives
have arrested Wm. Salter, a furniture
dealer in Washington, and Wilton
Ward, formerly a messenger in the bureau
of engraving and Printing, on the charge
of conspiracy to defraud the Government.
It is said they were caught in an attempt
to induce a female employe of the bureau
to get for them some of the patent fiber
paper on which the government prints its
bonds and notes. They did not care
whether it was printed or imprinted.
Says the Maysville Eagle:
Col. S. Smith Hurtt is a Democrat and believes
in the right of local self government. He
is opposed to a man in Maine meddling with the
aflalrs of Kentucky. Aud as a resident ot
Owlngsvllle he does not think himself entitled
to a voice as to tho tenure ot the Maysville
post-office. Culbertson is. a Grant consolidation-1st,
believes in turning out loyal State Legislatures
by the Federal bayonets, and. while residing
in Ashland took an active part in trying to
to got 'Roe Stockton turned out of the Maysville
In this he was checkmated
by the activity of the Democratic Representa
LEXiNQTONhas a population of 22,000.
CLOAK OPENING !
We will display on the second floor of our store, -
Tuesday and Wednesday, OCTOBER I7th and !8th,
these: two days o3Srrsr.
The LARGEST and most COMPLETE line of
Fine Cloaks and Wraps
Ever shown, in Maysville.
DOLMANS, F1L.A.ITV and ITTJR, LINED
PELISSES CIK.CtJLA.ItS ancl ULSTERS
In every variety.
SATIN AND QUILTED LINED GARMENTS.
The Manufacturer of these garments will exhibit the Cloaks iu person, and take orders for
future delivery. .J"E!JBaBITsI, c3 IMCoXSlJFl.'FST T it,
oct3d9tw2t No. 20 Suttou Street.
" will not be undersold in
STOVES, TINWARE, MANTELS, GRATES, Etc.
OF THE "MONITOR"
To sell a lot of sash, doors.door
and window frames and lumber enough
to build a small house. Will be sold at half
price. Apply to
octOtllwltw CHARLES H. WHITE.
"IX 7" ANTED Lodgers Two or three
tlemen can get lodging, with or without
board. Apply to oW THIS OFFICE.
The perfect Can Opener, for oyster,
FOItSALE fruit and all other tin caus of
every size, A child can safely and successfully
use it. (7dlw) C. B. ANDERSON.
T7iK SALE Birds Eye Views of Denver
JC Colorado, two sizes, fiO cents aud 31 .50, published
by G. W. Blatterman, 32i Sixteenth
street, Denver,! Colorado, Call aud see them.
RICHESON & KACKLEY.
octl lwd. Second street.
SALE Surveyor's compass and chain
FOR complete outfit. Apply to
pair of gold spectacles between
LOST-A Kentucky Planing Mill office and Short
street. A liberal reward will be given anyone
returning same to ootOlwd THIS OFFICE
ON Tuesday between Worm aid's coal
LOST and Gewnantown, an account book
containing 38.75 aud a small memoranda book.
Please leave with Wm. Wormald.
oct7dlwltw War. TOLLE.
TOST! LOST! A good fit if you
I j do not leave your orders with the Fifth
Ward Tailor. inar3ltf J. H. WEDDING.
Texas Farm for Sale.
A FERTILE Farm of 80 acres for sale. Seven
jtV miles from Sherman , Texas, a city of 10,000.
House, cistern, fencing &c. Une-fourth cash,"
balance in six annual payments.
J. R. BEST,
slOwlmo "Millersburg, Ky.
OIL STOVE9THE ONLY COAL AND WOOD
ABSOLUTELY SAFE COOKING STOVE
OIL STOVE IX THE WORLD.
WITH EVER Y MODERN' 1MPJROVEM EAT
We have just opened one of the handsomest arid most extensive
assortments of Wilton's, Axminisfer, Body and
Tapestry BrilSSeliS 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 establishment,
CEO. F. OTTE & CO.,
(Between Race and Elm.)
133 W. Fourth St., Cincinnati, Ohio.
THE BEST FIVE CENT CIGAR IN
FOR SALE AT
J. C. Pecor & Co.'s .
For power, purity of lone.brllllancy of touch,
beauty of finish and durability it has no equal.
The most eminent pianists pronounce it
THE BEST N WE WORLD.
Branch office, Maysville, Ky.,
to St JS I?' 'Mau3grei
A full supply of pianos and organs constantly
on "hand. Correspondents promptly answered.
Payments easy. sep26d&wly.