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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
rosser & McCarthy,
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That big parade upon the streets,
That people saw to-day,
Is but a drop of what is In
That show by Charley Shay.
So go and get your wherewithal,
And be upon the spot,
Aud don't forget your laughing gear,
For fun will be red hot.
TnE retail price of potatoes in Maysville
is from fifteen to twenty cents a peek.
There will be preaching in the Chester
M. E. church, South, on the 2nd Sunday
in November.by Rev. F. S. Pollitt.
B. McAuley, the creat comedian, will
appear at the Opera House, on the Gth of
November, in E. A. Locke's American
comedy drama, "A Messenger from Jarvis
The examining trial of the negro George
Galagher accused of placing obstructions
on the Kentucky Central Railroad will
come up this afternoon before 'Squires
Pepper and Holton.
A valuable cow belonging to Mr. R. F.
Means died suddenly on Sunday. Her
stomach was found to contain twenty-five
nails, several pieces of lead and iron, and
a nickel coin. It is supposed these articles
were fed to the cow in her food, but how
they got there is the question.
Charley Shay's Quincuplexal show,
said to be the most amusing and entertaining
of the kind on the road this season,
will be given at the Opera House this
evening. It is a good troupe and will offer
a programme that cannot fail to be entertaining.
If you are in search of fun the
Opera House is the place to find it this
Messrs. A. B. Greenwood & Sox have
just finished papering and painting the
Odd Fellows' hall at Flemingsburg, and
have done it in first-class style. They
have also been employed to paint, inside
and out, the residence of Mr. Charles B.
Pearce, in this city, Mr. David Willson's
residence at Flemingsburg and Messrs.
Vansant & Bro.'s storehouse and residence
in the same town.
The offer of Mr. James S. Huff, of Car-Carlisle,
to pay one hundred dollars to any
reliable man to prove that Capt. Culbert-son
asked the question at Carlisle about
which the Bulletin enquired is no answer
to the enquiry propounded. "We asked :
"Is it true that Capt. "W. "W. Culbertson,
the Republican candidate for congress,
while at Carlisle, recently, asked a Republican
acquaintance if $1,000 would be a
sufficient amount of money to be expended
there in the interest his race? Captain
Culbertson was in this city on
Saturday and might have answered
this question, but," for reasons best
known to himself, he failed to do so.
"When he denies that he did so it will be
time enough for the New "Republican
ask for the proof.
frie EminebRifles'; brdeftdSynh
Captain E. W. Fitzgerald.
First Lieutenant E: C. Leonard'; .
Second Lieutenant M.J. McCarthy.
First Sargeant Win. Moran.
. Second Sargeant John Mocre.
Third Sargeant-P. J. Clark. .
Fourth Sargeant John M. Hie,rlev.
First Corporal Win. Conley.
Second Corpoal Michael Swift.
Third Corporal John M. Hauley.
Fourth Corporals-Mark Braunon.
Dan. F. McCarthy,"
John T. Ray.
MONDAY EVENING, OCT. 30, 1S82. ' ernor to go to Catfettsburg, for'duty during'
the trial of Neal and Craft the Ashland
murderers, left by a special train on the
Kentucky Central at three o'clock this
morning. The company left the armory
at ten o'clock lust night and slept in the
car that conveyed them to Lexington this
morning. They were provided with
blankets, overcoats and cooked rations
for one day. The boys were all in good
spirits and anxious to sajifactorily discharge
the duty expected of them by the
State. They left Lexington with the
other commands detailed for the same duty
by the Lexington and Big Sandy Railway
at half past nine o'clock this morning.
The following officers and enlisted men
constitute the Emmet Rifles :
George W. Tudor,
James L. Hunt.
M. J. Lynch,
James N- Kehoe,
Charles P. Cook.
George T. Tudor,
Points About People Here and Elsewhere.
Mr. Ed Hughes, of Manchester, O., was
in the city yesterday.
Mrs. J. S. Ohenoweth returned from
Buffalo, N. Y., on Thursday.
Mr. J. G. Jacquith left on Saturday for
the East to be. absent two weeks.
Mr. "W. B. Ruggles, chief engineer of
the O. & M. R. R., was in town to-day on
Mrs J. R. Sousley and her daughter
Miss Edna, are visiting relatvies near
Mrs. Henry Roth and her two daughters
are visiting friends in Covington.
Mr. James T. Sanders, representing the
Mutual Cigar Factory,. of Baltimore, is in
the city to-day and favored the Bulletin
with a call.
The following list of appointments has
been made by the Executive Committee,
and the speakers and citizens are earnestly
requested to be present :
Judge Emory Whltaker, and Judge Wm. P.
Coons, at Dover, Ky., Saturday, October 2b. at
2 p. m., and at Maysllck, Saturday T iSovember
1, at 2 p.m.
Hon. E. C. Phister. and "W. P. Larew, esq., at
Washington, Ky., Saturday, November -1, at
2 p. m.
Hon. J. D. Kehoe, George R. Gill, esq., and
George W. Sulser, esq,, at Lewlsbure, Saturday,
October 23, at 2 p.m. Sardis, Saturday, November
4, at 2 p. m.
Hon. John L. Whltaker, Thomas M. Wood,
esq., and James H. Salleo. esq., at Murphys
ville, Saturday, October 28, at 2 p.m., and ut
Crawford's, on Saturday, November 4th, at?
At the Court House, Monday night, November
eth. Hon. E. C. Phister, Judge E. Whltaker,
Hon. Garrett, S. Wall and others will be the
speakers. Let there be a full attendance. Remember,
congressional election, Tuesday, November
There are other good cooking stoves and
A. J. Egnew & Co., keeps them in stock,
but if there are two stoves in existence
which lay just claims tb superority in
many respects over all others they are the
OMAHA AND HOT BLAST CHARTER.
We have not the space here to point out
their many merits but call at our establishment
on Market street and we will take
great pleasure in doing so there, whether
you wish to buy ,the stove or not. VVo
consider it the best stove' in Hie market.
oct30d&wlm. A. J. Egnew & Co.
. ... For Sale.
Our book, stationery and' wall-paper
business at a bargain. Best of reason?
given for selling. Richesok & Kackley.
Twenty-five girls for day work. Must
be of irreproachable character. Good
wages paid. Apply to the Maysville Knitting
Notice to Families.
TheMayaville Knitting Company desires
to place some light work that can be clone
by families at home. Children from seven
years and upward can do the work. Apply
immediately at the factory. o271wd.
Now, wo take it that there are a large number
of ladies and gentlemen In our city and
surrroundlng country, some of whom art, perhaps,
readers of the Bulletin. rIhe.e persons
are no doubt interested and edified by tills vulgarity,
under which the editor of that sheet
seems to find an ever ready refuge. New Republican.
Admitting the charge of vulgarity
made by the aesthetic genius of the New
Republican to be true and it is very fur
from the truth but allow it to be so for
the sake of argument, it occurs to us that
his opinion of the tastes of the ladies and
gentlemen who read the Bulletin and of
a great many who do not, is by no means
a very elevated one. Has the
caused by that Stalwart collar-extended
to our young friend's mightv brain?
Dr. R. N. Taylor, a rising young surgenu
passed through Maysville, last Thursday with
Mrs. Julia Bland on their way to Louisville to
operate on her for can per. Mrs. Bland is a
daughter of the late Gen. Tom Marshall.
Mr. Robert Ranklns and wife who have been
on a pleasant visit to Mrs. A. B. Ward have
returned home to Arkansas
Rev. Calllmer, colored, had the misfortune
to lose his horse. The white people.have raised
him enough money to get another one.
.Mrs. J. B. Casey, of Covlnaton, spent Sunday
with her brother-in-law, James Marshall.
Bennie "Wood and a Miss Proctor, of Fern
Leaf, spent Sunday with Miss Sue Hunter.
George Steel, who was hurt in the Hopkins-ville
lire was born and raised here, he is the
son of Captain Martin Steel, a worthy and
good citizen of HopkinsvlUe, now,
The Methodist meeting is still in progress,
there has up to this time been eight additions
throusht the preaching of Rev. Sims.
Corrected dally by G. W. GEiSEii, grocer, Sec-.'
ona street, Haysviue, ivy.
Limestone S 6 75
Maysville Family 5 75
Maysville City 6 2i
Mason County 5 75
Kentucky Mills 5 5o
Eggs, w doz '. 'u
Meal$ peck 80
Molasses, fancy 75
Coal Oil, ft gaf. &
Sugar, granulated ft lb :. II
A. ft lb 10H
" yellow ftb 9lC
Hams, sugar cured ft lb , 18
Bacon, breakfast ft Jb 2
Hominy, ft aallou 2i
Beans 13 gallon 40
Potatoes peck 152(i
NEW MILLINERY GOODS.
AM receiving every day, millinery goods of
I the latest and most approved styles. The ladies
are especially asked to call and examine
my new stock of
BONNETS, HATS, LACES,
embroideries, ribbons, feathers and millinery
rriHE copartnership heretofore existing un-X
der the firm name of Carr &. Wilson was
dissolved by mutual consent, October All
peiBons indebted to the late firm will call and
settle with Miss Carr, who is authorized to
make the settlement. MATTIE CARR,
o801md&w ANNA WILSON.
MUST BE SOLD,
ANE ton of 1 inch and i iuoh rope, 20 sets
J taokle blocks and 10 derricks, for- Bale
cheap? AU,as,good.HS new. Apply, for a'ltir
days only on boat, at landlug near Mathews'
sawmill. . o28dlw
For power, purity of toue.brilliancy of touch,
beauty of finish and durability it has no equal.
The mostemluent pianists pronounce it
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
L. F. METZGER.
MANAGER, Branch ofllce, Mitysville, Ky.
:Also, The Matchless:
A full supply of plauos and organs constantly
on hand. Correspondents uromptly answered.
Paymeuts easy. sep'JOd&wly.
A VINO determined to no west I now offtr
for &ale my entire htock of
China, Glass and Queensware,
with the good will of the house and all information
In my posevdon regarding the business.
I imve a new ami well selected stock, in
first rate condition and bonirht at low figures.
Any parties wishing to eutr Into u good,
paying buslues, uow have an opportunity
The Fall and Holiday trade is now just on
us, and an early buyer will net all the oeueflt
therefrom. In the meantime 1 dMl! sell goous
at retail and wholesale at almost cost.
G. A. MrCARTHEY.
One Hundred and Forty-three
Acres of Productive Land
One half-mile south of MILLERBrRG, on
the Maysville and Lexington ruiuUte. This
tract has on it a tine Two Stoiy
Containing eight room", besi U Hal; and
all necessary out-building.
J Water for all Purposes,
and all conveniences usually found on a flut
class Farm, it is Mtuated in a good neighborhood
and convenient to Churches and Schools.
For luther particulars, Apply to,
R. M. MCCLELLAND,
F0JOl SALE. ..
OFFER for sale, privately, a tract of land
I containing 800 acres, lying ou the Jackstowu
and Paris turnpike. In Bourbou county. Tho
farm is highly improved, has a large two-story
brick residence, two largo barns, stock scales
and other conveuleucles ou it, and Is susceptible
of division. The fences are all .'n good repair,
plenty of water and timber, and the soil
is the very best for tobacco, but is suitable for
a stock farm, being well set In grass. There is
also a good tenement house on the premises.
For particulars call on or address
octlOwSt Cane Ridge, Ky.
The undersigned having been appointed by
tho Mason County Court, and qualified as administrator
of the estate of John W. Rees
heroby requests that all persons having
lawful demands against said estate to present
tuem propeny proven mr puyiueui.
Union Insurance Co.
OF PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Incorporated 1804. Cash capital, 9900,0
dfl No. 12 Court street.