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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
MONDAY EVENING, OCT. 30, 1SS2.
: The Evening Bulletin Is published
daily, and served lree of postape at 0
cents per week; 25 cents per month; 75 cents
per three months ; S1.50 per six months, and 53
per year, payable in advance.
UCB-THE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN. OHIO. THAN
ANY OIHER PAPER PUBLISHED IN MAYS-VILLE.
The Democrats are very confident that
their majority in Indiana will not be less
Harper Bros., the New York publishers,
are about to establish a branch house
The walking match at New York closed
on Saturday night. Fitzgerald scored
577 miles, Noremac 566 and Heirty541.
The receipts from all sources amounted to
A Virginia postmaster, who had been
assessed by Mahone for campaign purpose,
remitted the amount in Confederate
money, when the repudiator and political
knave had the postoftice discontinued and
the offending postmaster dismissed from
the service. The people stand by the
official and will make it red hot for Ma-hone's
That exponent of vulgarity and third-rate
Democracy, the Bulletin, makes many fine
points this week on the " young editor" of this
paper, which are doubtless appreciated by an
interested public. We are happy at least in
the thought of havinc afforded a little employment
to the poet blackguard who may uow
continue his harmless amusement at pleasure.
When men are no longer patient,
and in good humor, it is an evidence
that they are beaten, Our Stalwart
young friend is beginning to get dreadfully
mad. The jury will return a verdict
against his cause. The case is lost. Too
much "306" and brass collar did it.
If that paper (the Bulletin) has ever had
two lines in It typographically correct, with
proper pnuctuutfon and spelling, it must have
been in its ready-set, handsaw matter. New
But then, you must remember the editor
of the Bulletin is not a genius, but on the
contrary, is a man of very ordinary mental
capacity. To see that every comma is
correctly placed and each inverted letter
turned, is " heavy brain work" at which
only the gifted editor of the New
excels. But here permit us to
remark as a return compliment that if the
Republican has ever had two lines in it of
the high-toned "independence" promised
by the young editor, it must have been before
the Guiteau made Stalwart gang
snapped their whip about the editor's legs
and before that brass collar was clasped
about his neck.
The Evening Fost, a Republican newspaper,
printed in New York, says that the
Republican State Committee has abandoned
almost all hope of carrying the State
at the coming election. It quotes one of
the members of the committee assaying:
"There is no hope whatever of the election
of Mr. Floger. Governor Cleveland will be
elected by a majority ranging from $30,0C0to
10,000. The work of the State Committee will
be devoted Irom this time forward to the day
of the election to an eflort to suve all the Assembly
and Congressional districts possible.
As it is I have lieard members of the State
Committee express fears that we shall lose at
least thirteen of the congressional districts in
This admission ought to encourage the
Democrats of this district to work with
renewed energy for the success of the party
candidate. It would be an everlasting
disgrace to send td Congress a divided delegation
A heavy fire at East Brady, Pa., did
$o,000 damages Friday night.
At San Saba, Texas, Thursday, Thomas
Jones was killed by his cousinVYm. Jones,
in a quarrel about a horse race.
NEWS 'BREVITIES! r I
Tom Stewart died at Waycrossjreorgia,
from wounds inflicted by Dr. T. A. Harris.
The lumber exchange, at Chicago, has
advanced the price of lumber fifty cents
per 1,000 feet.
John L. Stack, a well known Philadel-
hia and Reading conductor, was killed by
is train at Reading Friday.
Prof. Henry Palhier's party, t is now
known was attacked by Bedouins on the
10th of August, and after being robbed
A hand-car with five men was overtaken
by au express train at midnight Thursday,
"near Wyandotte, Mich., and Jerry
Ryan was killed.
R. T. Cole, of Magnolia, Columbia, county,
Arkansas, took strychnine, which he
mistook for morphine, and death followed
two hours later.
President Arthur has refused to commute
the sentence of James Gilmore, of
Steubenville, who is sentenced to death in
Dead wood, Dakota.
Mrs. Scoville, Guiteau's sister, was adjudged
insane at Chicago, but before the
verdict was rendered she fled from the
city. She is probably in Canada.
The action brought by Samuel
against Henry Ward Beech er, for
breach of contract in failing to complete
the "Life of Christ' has been postponed
until .November Gth.
Mrs. Freylinger, a German woman, living
six miles from Kansas City, Mo., shot
and killed Mr. Nole Thursdav. The trouble
grew out of renting of the place in which
Mrs. Freylinger lived.
Wm. Hook, a butcher, of Holmesville,
Holmes county, O., on Friday shot and
serriously injured George Bebee, who had
a quarrel about reports that Hook was
alleged to have circulated about Bebee's
At Albuquerque, N. M., Friday, in a trivial
quarrel about a hat, Tom Lynch, a
gambler, slugged C. S. Ferris over the
head with a loaded cane, fracturing his
skull. Lynch was captured by an officer
after a hot chase.
Nicholas J. Hamilton, of Chatham, Ky.,
who shot John McKibben about a year
ago, shot himself Friday bv placing a revolver
in his mouth, the ball coming out at
the back of his head. He will die.
Alvis Regar, a hotel keeper in Buffalo,
with his .wife and family, were poisoned by
pancakes. One child, Srank, is dead ; two
children may recover. The father and
mother are in a precarious condition.
In Milton, Mass., Friday night, James
Bell, driver of a baker's wagon, was halted
by three masked men with revolvers, dragged
from his wagon, beaten and robbed of
$40 and then tied to a tree.
The sleeping car Cincinnati, owned and
used by John Robinson's Circus Company,
was destroyed by fire at Modora, Ind.,
Friday night, by the bursting of a coal oil
lamp." A large amount of wearing apparel
belong to the actors was also destroved.
Loss about 2,500.
Henry A. Foster, a cattleman, living on
Arkansas river, 30 miles below Arkansas
City, suicided Thursday by shooting himself
through the head in a fit of despondency.
His family lives at West Lafayette,
Coshocton county, O.
Charles Schwartz, foreman of the feed
department of the Third avenue (New
York) street railway company, shot at his
uncle, Lewis Lyon, the president of the
company, and then killed himself. No
cause is assigned for the act.
At New York, the steamship Alena, of
the Atlas Line, between this port and the
West Indies, leaving the pier Friday afternoon,
collided with the United States
monitor Nantucket and sank in midstream
in about twenty minutes. Three tugs rescued
the passengers and crew. The loss
on the Alena and cargo is estimated at
$150,000. The Nantucket was not much
An Obscene LlteratnreYender in Trouble.
Special to the Enquirer.
Cleveland, Ohio, October 28 Richard
Buckley, a saloon-keeper, of No. 1 Cham-plain
street, was found guilty of circulating
obscene literature this afternoon in
the Police Court, and fined $500 and costs.
The obscene literature consisted of business
cards, on the backs of which were
printed questions taken from the Bible,
with the answers, in filthy, indecent language,
appended-. A motion for a new trial
was made and overruled. The police are
on the hunt for the printer of the cards.
. ,t. X . W-,
J A NTEI A situation to travel for some
well established business, or to sell goods
in this city on commission.
d&wtlocti!3 O.SHULTZ LEACH.
sond substantial waluut desk
suitable for office use. Annly to
octlldtf FRANK li. PHISTER.
Xf A NTJRW Lodgers Two or three nice
tlemen can get lodging, with or without
board. Apply to oltf THIS OFFICE.
IOR SAIjE Roller Slcates at cost, Sewing
MachlneNeedlesand oil. A preparation foi
cleaning silver and plated ware free from acid
and will not mark, houselieet era will And
comfort In It. Apply to C. H. ANDERSON.
SAIiE Three nice frame dwellings in
1 First Ward ; also a two story bjick residence
on Fourth street. For particulars, apply
M. F. M AR-JH, Court street.
SAEE A line thorouabred Alderney
Bull, three years old. Will sell cheap. Apply
at W. P. Watlcinjj'old stand, Market street,
SALE Four due building lots on the
north side of second street in East Mays-ville.
These ins are 33 by l'2 feet. Apply at
SALE-Surveyor' compass and chain
FOR complete outfit. Apply to
oltl TEIIS OFKrCE.
RENT A two-story brick dwelling in
: East Maysvllle. Contains four rooms, hall
andkiichen. Apply to Mrs. T.T. Emmons and
other heirs of G. B. Thomas, deceased. Mr. T.
C. Campbell has no control of this property.
cm Monday betweeu Richardson &
Russell's store and Beasley Creek, a box
containing forty hemp sacks, marked A. li. in
blue. Please leave at Rlchard&on & Russell's
and be rewarded. ocfOd'Jt.
A bundle containing plans and specifications
of a dwelling house. Please re-turn
to THIS OFFICE.
TOSTl LOOT! EOSTl A good tit if you
Ju do not leave your orders with the Fifth
Ward Tailor. mar31tf J. H. WEDDING.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30th.
Positively, ONE NIGHT ONLY. Its Like never
FIVE Distiuctshows in one, Best entertainment
on earth. What everybody says must
be true. More and better performers and more
and better acts than have ever been seen in
any one show in America.
J2 FULL BANDS OF MUSIC !
Prices as usual. Reserved seats at the usual
"S"soun oysters, per y can 2oc
14 Favorites " per Yk can ,15c
41 Anchor Standards " per y can 40c
14 Selects" per can ". 4('c
Selects, Extra." per i. can 50c
N. Y. Saddle Rocks,"
CELERY EVERY WAY,
Immense stock of canned goods Just received.
A. J". MCDOUGI.E, W. W. HOLTON.
HAVING formed a partnership to carry on
Dry Goods and Notion
business. We have secured thehouse occupied
by the late H. G. Smoot, next door to Owens &
Barkley where we will constantly receive fresh,
seasonable and desirable guods and we invite
the trade both wholesale and retail to Inspect
our stock, and believe we can make It to their
advantage to do so. Remerabi r the place No,
Second street, uext door to Owens tfc Barkley's.
oct2idlw&w3m McDOUGLE HOLTON.
FARM FOR SALE.
NUMBER ONE IAN.
OFFER at sale privately ray farm, contain
I lug thirty-four and ono half acres, situated
on the right fork of the old Blue Liok Road,
about one and a halt miles from Maysllck. It
has on it a good dwelllne, stable and outhouses
fruit orchard, and abundance of water for all
purposes. Terms made known by applying to
CHARLES F. GARRISON.
oct2odlwtfw North Fork, Ky.
SYRUP BROMIDE CHLORAL
THE GREAT NERVINE
It ia the remedy la painful Inflammatory
Ithcnuiatism, cr any other excessively
painful disease ai by quieting the nerves it produces
It relieves ARthm. Palpitation of tho
Heart, Shortness efBrcAtb. and Hysterics
immediately not like moat remedies, requiring several
hours to experience their beneficial effects.
Sure euro for DIWNKENNESS.
tlic Appetite for STRONG DBIXK.
Cures ifcLIREUJI TREMENS.
It la recommended by the best physicians all over the
country. Price, 50 eentn ner bottle. Prepared by
W. II. ADDERLEY, Apothecary,
iob. Saohdeks and Locust Stbeets, CINCINNATI, O, .
Ailc your Drugplat for it, or send for Clroular.
J. C. Eaekley & Co.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes,
Hats Gaps and Clothing.
Goods always what they are reccomm ended
to be. Main Street, German town, Ky.
KOTJ. BALLENGER at Albert's China
Store adiolnlng Pearce, WallingfOid fc
co.'s tiauic. apuumu
to suit all tastes and purses- at
G. A. McCARTHEY'S
No. 30, East Second street.
M. W. COULTER has reopened the
HILL HOUSE and Is prepared to furnish
board by the day or week. Meals furnished to
transient customers at any hour during the
I HA VE a full supply oi the best GUNPOWDER
TEA iu the market. Give me a trial
myOlyd GEO. H. HEISER.
Pv H. TRAXEL,
Baker and Confectioner
ICE CREAM A SPECIALTY.
The only manufacturer of PURE STICK
CANDY In the city. Orders tor weddings and
parties promptly attended to. myodly
MASON CIRCUIT COURT.
Mary Porter Durrett, Admr, Plaintiff,
vs. Notice to creditors.
W. H. Durrett et. als., Defandeuts.
All persons having claims agalust the estate
of Mary Porter Durrett, deceased, will present
them properly proven, to me at my office
on Court street, on or before October 21). 1SS2,
GARRETT S. WALL,
Master Commissioner, M. C. O.
TTTrEare now receiving the
YV sortment of BUGGIES, PHiETONS and
CARRIAGES ever brought to the city of Mays-
Ville. MYALL & RILEY.
au2dly no. 7 Second, and 18 Sutton Sts.
Manufacturer and Inventor of :
Made Double or.Siugle for men or boys. Ad
dress WJ.JjljlA.ai UA.UJJJjJ3J,
caro T. K. Ball & Son,
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
GEO. "SV. ROGERS, agent, ofllce'at Waeatly
& Co.'s, Market St., below Second, (JISGm)