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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
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Special rates where advertisers use both the
daily and weekly.
One inch in the Daily Bulleti:' for one
year costs 35, and for six mouths but i'S.
Fkom notices we print elsewhere,
It will be plainly seen,
The work of tying nuptial kuots
Is brisk at Aberdeen.
If this goes on at such a rate,
No human power can tell,
What miles of ' dry dlrappers" will,'
The dry -goods merchants sell.
A force of railroad laborers are at work
Vennor predicts a heavy snow storm
the latter part of this month.
V. P. Harbesox fell from the roof of a
building at Augusta, on the 12th inst., ar.d
was serriously injured.
All of the tobacco in Nicholas county
has been cut and housed and is said to
be of excellent quality.
A good advertsement in a newspaper is
worth much more than all the fence signs
you can paint in a year.
The Bracken Chronicle says tobacco is
houseburned in all parts of the county,
causing a, total loss in many iustances.
Ira Shaw, of Ripley, was shot and
slightly wounded on Monday, by a young
man named Kendie. Kendle was sent to
The "Little Red," fire engine, the property
of the Washington Fire Company,
was sold on Thursday, to the town of Manchester,
O. for $100.
Mr. Pat. Maley, who was returned a
few weeks ago from the Lexington asylum
for the insane, as incurable, died at the
county infirmary, on the 10th inst. The
remains were buried at Washington on
In the procession that takes place next
Monday afternoon by the Buffalo Bill
party, Mr. Cody will ride the celebrated
stallion War dance. There will be a brass
band and a number of real Indians in the
Howard D. Norris was granted a divorce
from Jennie P. .Norris, on the ground of
abandonment Thursday, in the circuit
court. Jennie Tudor was also gt anted a
divorce from her husband Thomas Tudor
on the same grounds.
A despatch received by Mr. A. T. Cox,
from Mr. H. C. Poynter announces that
the body of the late E. H. Poynter, has
been found and fully identified. The remains
will arrive at Lexington, on Sunday
morning. The place of burial has not yet
been decided upon.
Mr. John Wheeler has just returned
f r,om4Cincinnati .with a. very, Jargq supply
ofcnUPoWs6fUli iinsW other
He hag a, larger
line this season
Call and see him.
Thi8,note(l scout and guide, whose hand
FRIDAY EVENING, OCT. 13, 1882. some personal appearance and genial
ing is well-known to all and whose many
BOSSES, & McCAETHY, strange and romantic incidents make a life
publishers Ayp pkoprietoks. which is more fit to adorn the pages of
, mance than any lancy ot the brain
which could suggest any of the heroes of
uie - jueatnerstocKing" taies, wiil oe nere
Bom upon the western
1 1 1 II 1 A. . .
nes.iuiu itfiireu uumi wuu scenes oi luuiuu,
his father murdered in the. early days
when Kansas, with the strength. of a young
giant was shaking off the yoke of African
slavery, a trained Indian fighter, and having
served his young state in earliest
a trusted and honored member of
the Legislature, it is probable that William
F. Cody is as well acquainted with all
that pertains to the west as any other living
His acquaintance and fame as a great
western scout and actor are as broad as
the nation. Cody, although young in years,
has filled a prominent place in the history
of the west. His services to the United
States have beenfar in excess of the compensation
received. His gentlemanly instincts,
linked with his jiood nature and ability,
make him a great friend of General Phil.
Sheridan. So polished and' gentlemanly
in manners, combined with Ins fijnesshe
was made by the Government a special
guide to go with, the Duke Alexis, of Russia,
on his celebrated buffalo hunt through
The grand jury, Thursday, returned the
following indictments, viz : Thos. Wilson,
Samuel Foster and Chas. Williams,
assaulted with intent to rob ; H. B.
Porter, Jr., horse stealing; same, grand
larceny ; Wm. Marshall, colored, burglary.
Williams, Foster and Wilson's bail
was fixed at $500 each ; Porter's at $250 in
eaclicase, and Marshall's at $500,- which
none of them were able to give. The
parties are all in jail awaiting their trial.
The grand jury failed to indict James A.
Foster, colored, and Charles Cornelius,
colored, the parties who were suspected
of stealing a large sum of money from Mr.
John Masterson recently. They were released
from jail Thursday afternoon.
At the meeting of the Grand Lodge of
Knights of Pythias, of Kentucky held at
Owensboro on the 12th inst. the following
officers were elected : J. G. Powers, Owensboro
(ex-officio), Sitting Past Grand Chancellor;
A.!-J. Lovely, Paris, Grand Chancellor;
D. O. Wilkin, Carrollton, Vice Grand
Chancellor; P. R. Zulauf, Grand Prelate;
C. F. Minott, Louisville, Grand Keeper of
Records and Seals; Geo. W. Mentz, Louisville,
Grand Master of Exchequer, W. S.
Saffell, Frankfort, Grand Master nt Arms;
W. C. Qninby, Grand Inner Guard.
Points About People Here ami Elsewhere.
Mrs. Allen Kitchen Leggett, formerly of
Ripley, died suddenly at Ft. Sill, Indian
Capt. Ed. Fitzgerald, returned on Thursday,
from a visit to St. Louis and Indianapolis.
Carlisle Meroury : ,Mr. Vra, Holmes,
of Maysville,",onI'laqt Monday bought out
H. A. Bierley'seiitirejiocic bfvgcoceries
and confectioneries; aricl Nvilr continue to
conduct the business at the same stand.
Mr. Holmes is anv accommodating and
clever gentleman, and we welcome him
to our midst.
TheffiSalgurer!,of the vote on the
school tax as published by the Yeoman,
.sUes'tho majority, for the mea3tire as,16r
$$ ui aram .w moid
Newport' has twenty-four case of-small-pox.'
The Ripley Bee and Times says :
The Mavavllle baud, one of the best In the
country, was here on last Monday evening, to
till an engagement with the Democracy tor W.
W. Young. While here they serenaded several
of our citizens, and In their sounds paid
us a pleasant call. Their selections were first-class
and we return our thanks.
The following marriage licenses have
been issued in Brown county, Ohio, since
lour last report:
Frank O. Best and Mary Belle Stevens,
b. n. McHeth and Moilie R. Hiller.
Lot Strottou and Malluda Kimble
Levi Alva Duuu and Sarah Ann Young.
M. E. Hopkins and Henrietta Wise.
Albert P. irlslerand Minerva Hurdle.
Edward McCaffrey and Theresa Campbell.
U. F. Hauselmun au.l Ada Jacobs.
Marshall Penny and Ida Duucanson.
Frank J. Thels and Maggie Slndlinger.
G, O. Cuson aud A. A. Onatterton.
Wm. Daugherty and Jennie Newland.
The Bracken Chronicle says :
Our representative interviewed Capt. Brown
of the steamer Clipper, recently. In relation to
the suit bi ought against his boat for S3.000. He
expresses himself as being satisfied he can beat
the parties who Instituted suit, saying that he
never at any time, had more people aboard the
boat than was allowed by law. The barae he
I used as a "lighter" contained the bulk of the
passengers, and tnat the cupper, proper, never
contained the amount stated. The barge was
used to make landings, his boat drawing so
much water that he could not approach near
enough shore to laud hei -passengers, The
party -who had the suit brought gets one half
of the money received aud Mr. Brown thluks
that is the caue of the suit. He has not re
ceived official uotice of a suit yet, but has
learned trom the Captains of the Handy and
Katie Prather that the suits have been tiled.
Rev. W. J. Loos has about recovered from his
R. R. fyall, who has been quite sick' is now i
convalescing. ; j
Miss Katie Myall, a very fascinating young !
lady of Bourbon county is visiting her cousin, j
Miss Myra Myull.
J. A. JacWfcon & son have sold within the last I
thirty days two thousand yards of calico and
other goodsiu proportion.
Bill Guard, colored, from Maysvllle, while
attending the fair at this place last week tried
to commit suicide by shooting himself, but unfortunately,
he failed. He has been taken
The colored A. and M. association held their
annual exhibition, near this place last week.
The attendance was good and a financial sue
cess. Only one arrest was made and that was
a white man from Robertson county. The
music was furnished by J. H. Brister's reea
baud of Carlisle and was very creditable.
Dr. Clarke and wife ot Vanccburg, while visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bedford, near this
place, met with a very sad misfortune ou Tuesday,
by the death of both their little girls, aged
repectlvely lour and six years. They had been
sick but a short time, when that fatal disease
diphtheria carried them to the other shore.
They were interred iu the cemetery at this
place Wednesday mornlug in one graveside by
side and now sleep the sleep that knows no
The overwhelmingdefeatof the republicans
in Ohio, is likely to be far-reaching
in its consequences. In Indiana the Ee.
publicans'have looked hopefully to Ohio,
conscious that defeat here would greatly
imperii the chances of success there, anil
make redoubled effort necessary to neutralize
its mischievous effect. Had Ohio
gone Republican in October we should
have counted on Indiana to certainly go
Republican in November. As it is"
becomes a doubtful battle groulid,
with the chances Democratic.
In Pennsylvania the Ohio defeat will be
demoralizing; with, the party there hopelessly
divided, and the Independents growing
daily in numbers, it is probable the
Democrats will carry the State by a plurality.
But as the Independents prefer
that "to a continuation of the Cameron boss
rule, the lamentations over disaster will be
chiefly confined to the Stalwarts, who will
read "in the defeat the death warrant of
their own power.
In New York the defeat oLFolger is conceded
by even those who moderately advocate
"his election on personal grounds,
through they do not approve the methods
by which his nomination was secured.
But the defeat in Ohio will augment the
disaster in New York and swell the Democratic
majority to tremendous proportions.
If those who, by their insane policy,
have fooled and frittered away a Republic
can majority of 24,000 in two years, and
given the State into Democratic hands by
a majority nearly or quite as large as their
own party had in 1880, can find any com-
pensutiGU lor weir miiy m uiu tut;uuuu u
the entire Demooratic State ticket, their
loss of'several Representative in congress,
and the permanent disaffection of the
German voters, iheymjist.be 'philosophers
witlv a capacity for extracting sunbeams
from cucumbers, '
October 12, 18S2, at the resldetice of A. R.
Glascock, Mlos MATH A L. PARKS, of this city
to Mr. J. M. LETTON, of Bourbon county, Ky .
At Aberdeen. O.. Oct. 5th, by Massle JBeasiey.
Eq., Miss ALICE POWER to ALBERT
WILAS, of Bracken county.
At Aberdeen, Oct. 6th, by same, Mlfes MARY
McKEE lo DAVID GERMAN, oi Fleming
At Aberdeen, Oct. 7th. by some. Miss NANNIE
KASH to JOHN CRACRAFT, of Montgomery
At Aberdeen. Oct. 10th. bv same, Miss LIZZIE
.FORRESTER to HENRY FAULKNER,
or Lewis county.
At Aberdeen. Oct. 10th, by same, Miss MARY
E. STEPHENS to ALBERT BARNES, of
At Aberdeen, Oct. 10th, by fame, Miss MARTHA
KELLUM to LEWIS A. JONES, of Lewis
At Aberdeen, Oct. 10th. by same. Miss
J. OARRINWTUN to Mr DEATLEY, of
At, Aberdeen. Oct. 11th, by same. Miss ROSA
SHIELDS to NAiHAN BOSWELL.ot Nicholas
At Aberdeen, October l-th, by same. Miss
FRANKIE MOORE lo MARION CHANDLER,
of Braclteu county.
At Aberdeen. Oct. 12th, by snme. Mis LIZZIE
COLLIVER to JOHN T. LOUTS, of Nicholas
At Aberdeen. Oct. 12th. by same, Miss MAT-TIE
GILLESPIE to MORRIS CONNER, of
There was a meeting: of the directors of
the Western Union Telegraph Company in
New York Wednesday! The gro?s receipts
for the ensuing vear are estimated
at $19,000,000 and net profits at S8,000,000.
yf ASHINQT0H QPERA -OUSE
Monday Evening Oct. 16.
Late Guide and Chief of Scouts for
the U. S. Army,
HON. WM. F. CODY,
And His Own Mammoth Combination
25-First Class Artists-25
Who Will Appear in the New and
Startling Sensational Drama Written
for Hon. W. F. Cody, by Chas.
Foster. Author of " Save at Seven,"
A BAND of GENUINE INDIAN
CHIEFS, from the Winnebago,
Sioux and Pawnee Tribes.
Also, the Beautiful and accomplished Princess,
will appear at each performauce and lu the
Grand Vocal and Instrumental Musical Olio by
Mr. Jule Kene and Miss Loie Fuller..
Trick Donkey Jerry.
MR. FRANK THOMPSON.
The Great Cornet Soloist.
Military Brass . Band and Orchestra.
Lookout for the Grand Street Parade. ,
ADMISSION 50 AND 75cts.
Seat- For Sale at HARRY TAYLOR'S NEWS'
Hon. Wm. Cody'....'...l, Proprietor aud Manager
Josh. E. Oaden .' '. Business, Mauue
Ormaud H.Butler , General Ageu