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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
FRIDAY EVENING, OCT. 13, 1882.
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TTHE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN
ANY 01 HER PAPER PUBLISHED IN MAYS-VILLE.
Capt. Culbertsox, the Republican candidate
for congress in this district, for reasons
best known to himself, has declined
to meet Col. Hurt on the stump, though
urgently invited by him to do so. The gallant
Captain evident considers discretion
the better part of valor.
Major J. Alex. Grant, of Frankfort, is
announced as a candidate for Register of
the Land Office. He formerly held the
same office, and is therefore entirely competent
to do the work. His many friends
in this part of the state would be pleased
to hear of his nomination to the position.
Major L. C. Norman, the State Insurance
Commissioner, has issued a circular
warning all persons from acting as agents
in Kentucky for the fraudulent and illegal
concerns known as Matrimonial Associations,
under penalty of fine and imprisonment
if not paid, on conviction by
the proper court.
A recent calculation has has been made
as to the cost of carrying wheat to market
by rail and water, and by water only.
From Kansas City to Liverpool it costs
but fifty-two cents to carry a bushel of
wheat by rail to New York and water to
Liverpool. The cost by the water route,
the Missouri, the Mississippi and the ocean
is only thirty cents, thus showing a saving
in cost of transportation oi twenty-two
cents, which ought to go into the pockets
of Western farmer3.
Capt. Culbertson, the Republican nominee
for Congress in this district, is charged
by one of the papers of his neighborhood
with being an infidel, and it is alleged
that he does not attempt to disguise his
belief. And yet Elder Pinkerton, a mountain
preacher, is one of his warmest supporters
and expects to stump a part of the
district in Mr. Culbei tson's interest. "When
a preacher gets into politics he sometimes
finds he has very peculiar duties to perform
for the party of high moral ideas.
The great attraction to astronomers and
others interested in celestial bodies
for the past two weeks, is the blazing
comet that makes its appearance every
morning between four and five o'clock, in
the eastern skies. It stands with its head
pointing toward the earth with its flaming
tail brushing the sky above. Like a crab
it moves backwards. The tail is about 20
degrees long, at least so the astronomers
tell us, and is slightly bent or sword shaped.
It will only be visible for a few mornings
The story is in circulation in Washington
that Guiteau's skull has been stolen
from the Army Medical museum in that
city, and there are no hopes of its recovery.
The story is that the remains were taken
from the jail the night of the execution and
brought to the museum, where they were
turned over to Dr. Schafhirt, the anatomist
of the institution, who was to prepare the
skeleton for mounting. In the process,
which was a long one, the skull, separated
from other portions of the remains, was
placed for a few moments on a window-sill
overlooking an alley, and while the doctor
was eating his lunch was stolen by some
one who climbed up to the window for the
Seven prisoners, all negroes, ,escaje&
iroin me jMicnoiasvuie ivy., jun uy ureaK
iug the iron bars of the cage.
Strong have been sent
to oouintJiu xuiiia whli lue uujeui ui unifying
on operations on a large scale against
the insurgents during the cold season.
The Ballon House, at North Adams,
Mass., was burned by an incendiary, Tues--day.
Some boarders and servants had
narrow escapes. One lady and a firemau
The colored people of Columbia, South
Carolina, are in a state of great religious
excitement about the comet. They believe
it is a warning of the coming of the
In the case of the Northern Line Packet
company, Samuel C. Clubb, receiver, vs.
Commotlore W. F. Davidson, the defendant,
was successful yesterday before Judge
Boble at St. Louis.
The Chicago and Hannibal (Mo.) railroad
was incorporated at Springfield, Tuesday.
Capital stock, $2,000,000, which M.
J. Richards, one of the leading incorporators,
says has been all taken.
Wilmot H. Ward, who was arrested on
a charge of conspiracy to steal government
bonds and plates from the bureau pi engraving
and printing, was released on bail.
Salter is still in jail."
The Frenchman, Ernst DuBourque, who
stabbed several woman in a New York
store, was arraigned in the Police Court,
and locked up to await the result of his victims'
wounds. There are doubts of his insanity.
There is a report that one of the chief
euuuchs or" the palace entered the cell of
Abdul Gaiter, a political prisoner, roused
him from sleep, spat in his face, and inflicted
other indignities upon him. The
ennuch proceeded to Arabi Pasha's cell
and acted in a similar manner, but with
The stern-wheel steamer Plow Boy,
en route from Pine Bluff, Ark., to
struck a snag in White River Cut-off,
eight miles above its mouth, and sunk.
She was owned by the memphis and Arkansas
River Packet Company, was three
vears old, valued at $12,000 and insured
"for S5,000 in Cincinnati offices. The cargo
consisted of 350 bales of cotton, consigned
to Memphis merchants. It is reported that
she boat will be a total loss. She was
built by Jas. Rees & Co., of Pittsburg.
The Republicans concede the election
of congressmen in Ohio as follows:
Second district Jordan.
Third district Murray.
Fourth district LeFevre,
Thirteenth district Couverse.
Fourteenth dltilct Geddes.
Fifteenth district Warner.
Sixteenth district Wilkins.
Eighteenth district Wallace.
Tweutieth district Paige.
Seventh district Morey.
Ninth district Robinson.
F.leventh district McUormlclc.
Seventeen th disti let Updegratf.
Nineteenth district Taylor.
McKinley is beaten by Id), Hart 200, McOlure
111), and Morey is elected by 28.
Bitten by a Tarantula.
Louis Gurado, an Italian fruit-vender,
who keeps a stand at Second evenue and
Fourth street, was bitten on Saturday by
a tarantula, and was nearly frightened to
death. He was in the act of cutting a banana
from a bunch on his stand, when the
insect, which was evidently hidden on the
stalk of the bunch, stung him on the right
thumb. Gurado struck at the insect and
killed it. Soon after he felt a sharp pain
in his thumb, began to feel dizzy and uncomfortable,
and in a few minutes fell on
the pavement like a man under the influence
of liquor. His hand and arm swelled
to nearly twice their natural size, and the
swelling increased and communicated to
his face and neck. His wife, who was with
him at the stand, became alarmed and
cried out that her husband was dying. A
crowd collected about the man, and this
attracted a policeman. An ambulance was
summoned, and Gurado was sent to
Hospital. When he arrived at the
hospital the swelling bad already begun to
subside, A cooling .salve was applied to
the wounded thumb, and yesterday
having fully recovered, he was allowed
' to go to his home. N. Y. Times, Oct. 9th.
CLOAK OPENING !
We will display on the second lloor of our store,
Tuesday and Wednesday. OCTOBER !7ih and I8th,
these two days
The LARGEST and most COMPLETE line of
Fine Cloaks and Wraps
Ever shown in Maysville.
CLOAKS, TMTulSIJk.TS&i JPH.AITN" aucl JTUJR, JL,INEI
PELISSES CIRCULARS aui ULSTER,
In every variety.
SATIN AND QUILTED LINED GARMENTS.
The Manufacturer of these garments will exhibit the Cloaks in person, and take orders for
future delivery. :K:EJS:OX,I,,I, fc TSHcXSLlRi'FlT tT a,
oct3d9tw2t No. 20 Sutton Street.
-will not be undersold in-
STOVES, TINWARE, MANTELS, GRATES, Etc.
OF THE 'MONITOR"
OIL STOVE,THE ONLY COAL AND WOOD
ABSOLUTELY SAFE COOKING STOVE
OIL STOVE IS" THE WORLD.
Branch office, Maysville, Ky.,
L. F. METZGER.
WITH EVERY MODERN lJf PROVE3XE V
We have just opened one of the handsomest and most extensive
assortments of Wilton's, Axminisfer, Body and
Tapestry BrilSSellS ever seen m this city, in honor of
the Tenth Cincinnati Exposition, just being opened. We cordially
invite visitors, to our city to look through our immense
tablishment, ' ,
GEO. F. OTTE & CO.,
(Between Race and Elm.) (sep!9d8v) 33 "W. Fourth St., Cincinnati, Ohio.
-Corrected dally by G. W. Geisel, grocer, Second
street, Maysville, Kys
Limestone ?. .' 8 0 75
Maysville Family 5 75
Maysville City 6 2
Mason County 5 75
Kentucky Mills , 5 5q
Butter, ft lb 30
Esfgs, ft doz . -. ,.. 20
Meal ft peck 30
Molasses, faucy 80
Coal Oil, ft gal .... 20
Sugar, grauulated ft lb t .T... 11
' A. ft lb ;. .-.....'..... It
" yellow ft tb 910
Hams, sugar cured ft lb IS
Bacon, breakfast ft tb 20
Hominy, ft gallon ,. ..,:.. 20
Beans ft gallon :... i0
Potatoes ft peck 20
For power, purity of tono;brllliandy of touoh,
beauty of finish and durability it has no equal.
The mostemlneut pianists pronounce it
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
rANTEI To hire a mare for the winter
yf season, one that has been accustomed to
mowing. Fair price will be paid and good care
taken of the animal. Apply at
octlld2tw2t THIS OFFICE.
IjrrANTED To sell a lot of sash, doo rs.door
and window frames and lumber enough
to build a small house. Will be sold at half
price. Apply to
octOdlwltw CHARLES H. WHITE.
A good substantial wutuutdesiT
WANTED for office use. Apply to
octlldlf FRANK R.PHISTFR.
Lodgers Two or three
tlemen can get lodging, with or without
board. Apply to oitt, THIS OFFICE.
s ALE The perfect Can Opener, for
ITiOIt sardine, fruit and all other tin caus of
every size, A child can safely and successfully
use it. (7dlw) C. B. ANDERSON.
OR SALE Surveyor' compass and chain
with complete outfit. Apply to
o4tt xttHs OFFICE.
Between the Taylor's Mill turnpike
LOST Maysville a gold watch oharm, In the
lorni of a buckle with glass ornament attached.
Return to this ofneo and be rewaided.
A pair of gold spectacles between
LOST Kentucky Planing Mlllofflceaud Short
street. A liberal reward will be given anyone
returning same to octOlwd THIS OFFICE
OSTI LOST! good tit if you
i do not leave your orders with the Fifth
aid ToUoj, mar31tf J. H. WEDDING..
undersigned haylug been appointed by
11HE Mason County Court and qualified as
administrator of the estate of Henry G,Smoot,
deceased, hereby reauests that all persons
A full snnnlv of nlaiios.iul orcruns constant- ins lawful demands asaiust said estate present
ly ,ou hand..- Correspondent promptly them properly proven for payment,
swored. Payments easy. sep20dAwly. octllwlm. G.S. J UDD, Administrator.