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"MONDAY EVENING, OCT. 10, 1S82.
The EVEMSG BULLETIN Is published
daily and set veil lite tit 0
entsper week; 25 cents per mouth; 75 1
per tiiree niontus ; si.ou per six moutns, a
per year, payable in advance.
iScTTHE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY.
CHESTER -AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN
ANY.01HERPAPR PUBL.SHEU IN
The Louisville says :
Rev. Zeal Owens, the Baptist minister whose
heroic services and death at Peusacolu nave
attracted general admiiatlon, was a native ot
Mason county and was educated at Georgetown
The Court of. Appeals has reversed the
decision of the Mason circuit court in the
case of Breese and others vs. Smith and
affirmed the decision in the rae of Show-alter
vs. Kirk's e: e utor.
The Detroit Free Press well says " that
a country which can pan out 550,000,000
bushels of wheat in such a season as this
can not be sat down on by any power on
e.trth, and don't vou forget it.''
The Anti-Monopolists of New York have
adopted the best possible method of making
their influence felt in the state campaign
by endorsing the regular Democratic
ticket, on the ground that the principles
for which they are contending are embodied
in the Demociatic platform.
Ohio, with a cast iron prohibition law, has
14,336 saloons; Tennessee, with a sensible
license system, has 2,950. Ohio has a
saloon, or doggery, for every 223 of her
population; Tennessee one tor every 522.
Even Maine has a saloon for every 791 of
her population, while South Carolina has
one for every 610. Does prohibition prohibit?
Nearly the entire1 Republican city ticket
was elected in Newport la.st Satmday. Straws
indicate which way the wind blows aud this
is but a lair indication of the turn politics is
this state. -New Republican.
The entire Democratic state ticket was
elected in Ohio last Tuesday. Fourteen
Democratic congressmen were also elected,
notwithstanding the infamous gerrymandering
of the state by the Republican legislature
last winter. Straws indicate which
way the wind blows and this is but a fair
indication of the turn politics is taking in
Nealy the entire republican clly ticket was
elected in Newport la.st Saturday. Straws indicate
which way the wind blows and this is but'a
fair indication-of the turn politics is taking In
this state. New Republican.
Really ! If we mistake not, Newport
always has been republican. At the
last election, how.ever, the Democrats
elected an attorney, wharfmaster, president
of the board of education, water works
trustee, three out of six council men and
half of the school board. A fair indication
isn't it. of the turn politics is taking
in this state? Don't deceive yourself,
young men ! The turn, if any isn't toward
Mr. John A. Cockerill, who killed Col.
Slay back, at St. Louis, on Saturday, is a
The Ohio corn crop will;- be ' heavv Jlvis""'
year. - ' f ' f f.
The trotting races at Lexington Frftlav'
were postponed on account of bad weather.
The slaughter of pine trees in Canada
during the fall and winter will be immense.
A plague resem Idling black measels, combined,
with scarlet'fever, is raging at Sitka,
A man was sentenced, at Anderson, Ind.
i to fourteen veats in the penitentiarv for
The Mormons have nominated John T.
Claine, a man with one wife, as congressional
Charley Good, a colored boy of nine
years, was run over Friday by a street car
and instantly killed, at Portsmouth, O.
At Lexington, a fire in the planing mill
of Spotsuood & Co., Friday night did considerable
damage. Loss unknown.
At Putnam, Ind., Friday. Captain Geo.
Warren and Justice Geo. F. Willis were
bound over on the charge of arson for
burning the Union Block.
Considerable excitement prevails at
a small village on the C, C. C. &
I. R. R., ten miles north of Marysville, O.,
on account of the small-pox. -
At Brainard. Minn., Friday, a fire destroyed
the buildings owned by the Northern
Pacific railway, known as Forsythe's
boarding Loss $10,000.
Tlf3 distillery firm of Samuel Clay, Jr.,
& Co., of LexiiWon, made an assignment;
liabilities $104,000.' The establishment
will pay about 50 cents on the dollar.
The lame saw mill and lumber vard of
Walters, 'Conkling & Wright, at" Battle
Ground, Ind., burned. Loss S10,000 ; no
insurance ; incendiary.
Oscar Wilde was arrested at the instance
of the Young Men's Christian Association,
at St. John, N. B., on the ground of
breach of contract, and he settled the case
by paying $100.
Jim Btiily, charged with stealing 12S
head of cattle at a pop, near Marshalltown,
Iowa, was arrested in Virginia, after a pistol
duel with a deputy sheriff, in which
Baily received three wounds.
The Knights of Labor are contemplating
the boycotting of the East Liverpool, 07,
potters, by sending cards to all members
of the order, warning them not to purchase
East Liverpool wares, or work for a party
At Portland, Me., Julia Ward Howe was
chosen President of the Association for
the Advancement of Women. Among
thn Vice Presidents are Finette S. Seelye,
of Ohio; Martha N. McKay, of Indiana,
and Laura Clay, of Kentucky. Kate
"Wells, Massachusetts,' was elected
Secretary, and Henrietta L. T. "Wolcott
At a meeting of the University Senate at
Toronto, a report from the special committee
was submitted, recommending that
Scott's "Lady of the Lake" be allowed as
an alternative with "Marmion" at matriculation
examinations. The report was rejected,
10 to S, the effect being that the
Senate declined to interfere, and "
JfenI and Cral't Al'raid of a Mob.
Fkankfort, Oft., i4. The re-opening
of the case of Xeal and Craft, the alleged
Ashland murderers, will begin at
next Monday week. A month ago
the Court of Appeals granted Neal and
Craft a new trial on the grounds that certain
testimony that ought to have been
admitted was refused, and as precaution-
native of Adams county, Ohio, and was at ary measure to the removal of the
time editor of the Cincinnati Enquires iners next Monday week, a brother of
His father was a prominent Democratic I Craft came, to the city yesterday and asked
politician and served as a. member of the Gov. Blackburn for the aid of the state
Ohio Senate and House of Representatives
and once or twice filled other important
state offices. Retiring from the Enquirer,
a few years agp, Mr. Cockerill spent some
time and then went to Washington,
where he, became editor of the
"NVa'shingtan Post, the new Democratic
smarted' at the Rational Capitol.
From, .tJi.erjG Jhevwent to Baltimore as, editor
o(;tbA Gazette, While engaged th.ere he
was.j offered the editorship of the
where he has been for a couple
of years. He "is unmarried "and is about
30 years old.
guards. Mr. Craft says that a band of 1,500
men are organized round about Ashland for
theexpresspurpose,of putting an end to. his
brother anNpal, who, hesays, wlllasly for
a change o( venue on. th,e ground thjat the,
excited state of the people's minds in Boyd
county will not admit of, their giving tlie
prjgone a fajr tria. Tlje Gove;nQr, told
him. tha het cp.u takp. nxa steps in the
matter until, Judg Brawn rpquested him.
He went strati vannfehensive of the
result, fcmt it is Relieved 'ft'om the reports,
received 'thatthfe governor will be called,
upon for the troops the-end!
or,aer..inerA'.iuco service;- .
Nov. wiiat ......;.; ' ;.; Mi
coru..r. : '. :. ..
? "F'iM tr, mm
!i 21 80
. 12 30
Corrected daily by G. V. Geisel, grocer, Second
street, Maysvllle.'Ky. -- -
Limestone 8 6 75
Maysvllle Family ,., ,.., 6 75
Maysvillc City 0 2S
Mason County 5 75
Kentucky" Mills .'.'..".r..".".".:.:....:.. 5 '56
Butter, ft lb ,
Eggs, ft doz 2i
Meal ft peck .' 80
Molasses, fancy bO
Coal Oil, ft gal 20
.Sugar, granulated ft lb 1 y
" A. ft tb it
" yellow ft lb 910
Hams, sugar cured ft lb 18
Bacon, breakfast ft lb 20
Hominy, ft gallon 20
Beaus ft gallon 40
Potatoes ft peck 20
" J. . . ' " imimmnuiMin ) i
KENT A desirable residence on Fifth
. stieet, containing three rooms. $5a month.
Apply at octld6tf. THIS OFFICE.
LoVI' Lusst baiurday night, two weeks since
a pair of gold spectacles, on Front street.
The finder will beiewarded by returning them
to Mrs. Hadnut, on Front stieet, four doors
Hill House. octJ6dtf.
LOST! LOST! good fit if you
do not leave your orders with the Fifth
Ward Tailor. marSltf J. H. WEDDING.
170CNI W. P. Dickey found a Canary Inrd
; on Court .street yesterday (Friday) afternoon,
about 3 o'clock. The owner can And
same by calling at V. A. P. LIJRTEY'S.
T T WAaffTSj,,,
good substantial walnut desk
suitable for office use. Applf to
octlldtf " FRANK R.'PHISTFR.
"xf ANTED Lodgers Two or three nice
tleraeu can get lodging, with or wlthdut
board. Apply to oitf . THIS OFFICE.
1 , .,' I . , 5
FOR &ALE Three nice frame dwellings In
First Ward; also a two story brick residence
on Fourtu street. For particulars, apply
to ol4 M.F. MARSH, Court street.
Two nice sows and two sow pigs for
HAGS or to winter on shares. Apply at
SALE-Surveyor's compass and chain
with complete outfit. Apply to
if Jj. J iiii
For power, purity of tone,brilliancy of touch ,
beauty of tinhh and durability it has no equal.
The most eminent piantats pronounce it
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
Branch office, Maysville, Ky
L. F. METZGER.
A full supply of pianos aud orguns constantly
on hand. Correspondents- oVomptly answered.
Payments easy. sep26d&wly.
CLOAK OPENING !
"Ve will display on the second floor of our store,
Tuesday and Wednesday,0eT0BE3 17th an(M8tfr,
THEE XWO DAYS
The LARGEST and most COMPLETE line of
Fine Cloaks and Wraps
Ever shown In Maysvjlle. , 2 jw
CLOAKS, XOIL,MA:IrS, PLAITS and FTJK. LI3XEI
l?3B:iLISS3a:s:CIK.OCJlA.RS and ULSTERS
In every variety.
SA,TIM Jpj QUILTED LINED GARMENTS,
The Manufacturer of these, garments will exhibit the Cloaks in person, and take ordew for
:Kr:E2e:BX,,I & bzco 12:133 iXj,
No. 20 Sutton Street.
-will not bo undersold in-
STOVES, TINWARE, MANTELS, GRATES, Etc.
EXCIiUSIVE SALE " OMAHA " TUE
OJE; l?39fcMOriTOK?' MOST perfect
Oil STO VETHE ONLY COAL AKP WOQJ)
ABSOLUTELY SAFE COQKIIfcGr, STOVE
WITH EVERY MODBRS'IMPROVEME.V
Constantly on hand the Largest and Best Selected Stcc'.c of
Agents for tjie GJrdj
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