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DAILY EVENING EDLLETIN,
WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOV. 1, 1SS2.
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"THE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN
ANY O'iHER PAPER PUBLISH ED IK MAYS-VILLE.
Adelina Patti and Nicolini have arrived
Dr. Charles Beatty, the oldest Presb
minister in Ohio, died at Steuben-ville,
Mr. Ed. Hendrick, son of T. T.
of Flemingsburg, died at noon Monday,
after a brief illness. He was u lawyer
and a very promising young man.
Col. Hurt is in favor of the collection
of tariff duties sufficient to pay the expenses
of an economical administration of
the government, and of removing all the
unnecessary taxes that are now such a
burden upon the people. This is what the
people of the country want and a vote for
Col. Hurt is a step in the direction of securing
Col. Bcford, who killed Judge Elliott,
has escaped from the Anchorage asylum
and is now at large in Indiana. It has
been decided that he cannot be reclaimed
by a requisition on the governor of that
state as such a remedy by constitutional
provision refers only to "treason, felony or
oilier crimes," and lunacy, as in this case,
cannot be construed into a crime. So Bu-ford
goes free and the matter is at an end.
The Tobneco License Law.
Under the existing law on this subject,
enacted by a Republican congress and
kept in force for so many years, there have
occurred some of the most outrageous hardships
ever known in this country under
any law enacted by congress. Men living
long distances from the Federal Courts
have been dragged from their homes from
one hundred to three hundred miles to
answer prosecutions for sel.ling two or
three pounds of tobacco to a neighbor to be
used as a cure for hog cholera or something
else of that kind. The Democrats
tried to repeal this odious law at the last
session of congress, but the Republicans
voted solidly against the repeal and kept
the unjust law in operation. If Captain
Culbertson would vote differently from his
party he must must be a new kind of a
Republican. Here is a single instance of
the hardships farmers suffer under the
unjust law that occurred recently in St.
Louis. It is copied from the Post-Dispatch
of a late date. And this is not an extreme
case. Hundreds like it have occurred in
the last two or three years in all the tobacco
growing states. And the Republican
party is responsible for them all :
"Well, here I am, an old man lu a strange!
fttv nnd wit linn I n pont nf i innnni. I
ot, and two hundred miles away from home,"
said Isaac Murray, as he stood in Jailer Ryan's
ofllce at the four courts this atteruoon almost
in despair, after serving thirty days in Jail, a
sentence pronounced by Judge Treat, for selling
some leaf tobacco without license. "I live
In Macon county In this state, and am a farmer
by occupation. Nearly three months ago I was
arrested by tho United States marshal for selling
a tew strips of tobacco without a license I
have only one arm and I'm almost disabled.
I'm now going on my (JGth year. At my trial I
admitted selling the tobacco lor a few dollurs,
and was sent to tho city Jail for thirty days.
The time exphed this morning, and 1 was discharged,
hut Lord knows I wish I could stay
the.-e, lor I'd get something to eat and a place
to sleep at least. I don't know a soul in this
city, aud what am I going to do? I've been
oy r to the mayor's office but he won't do
any thing for me. I was at the United States
court, but the deputy marshal said he wouldn't
let me see the Judge, aud God knows I don't
know what to do when night comes on if I
don't get assistance from some quarter. If' I
could got back to Macou county I would, be all
right, but it looks now as if I'd have to starve
right hero in the city's streets." He was advised
to go tho United States marshal himself, and
turning his coat-collar up ab ut his wea
lace ho started out In the sleet.'
' '.COl'XTY POINTS. :
MILLWOOD. S J j& ;
Abner Hord and family visited Cincinnati
Mr. Calvert, a son. "
Mrs. Mamie Worthlngton was visiting her
parents here Inst week.
Elder West, of Lexington, filled the pulpit at
Millcreek Sunday. He is a fluent speaker and
preaches sound doctrine.
It is hoped that Elder Harklns. after a long
illness, will be uble to fill his appointment here
Willie Rice was home on a short stay from
Lexington Saturday and Sunduy. He reports
very lavorably of the school.
Mrs. Dee Brooks, of Maysville, made her old
home a in this neighborhood happy by her appearance
this a short visit Indeed. Dee
has many lrieuds around her old home farm.
Prof. Frost has a line music cluss In our
neighborhood. Sue.'t girls.
Dr. Dougherty is improving his reslcleuce
very much, henry Rasp, of Maysville, and
Clarence White are the mechanics.
Well done, thou faithful J. E Center Into
the Joys of matrimonial bliss, says his new
We havejust returned fiom a short visit to
Bourbon and Fayette counties the heart of
the."iilue eras" region aud thluklng it might
interest some of your many readers, we will
give a brief aceount of our observations.
Boarding the 1:30 train Saturday evening, we
passed swiftly through a rough and hilly country,
and soon arriving at Carlisle, where we
stopped over until Monday morning, with lr.
Will J. Piper and lady (nee Miss
to whom we are under many obligations
for their generous hospitality and kind endeavors
to make as" enjoy ourself during our
On Saturday night aud Sunday morning we
listened to able discourses oy Rev. Henry
Scudder, at the Presbyterian Church.
Carlisle Is a picturesque town of some 1,200 or
1,5U0 inhabitants, situated in a good farming
country, ana is a piaceoi consuieraoie Business.
A telephone Hue is In course of construction,
connecting Carlisle with Moorefleld and
Sharpsburg, which will open up easy communication
between those places.
Taking the early train Monday, for Lexington,
we passed through a country that for
beauty and agricultural supeiiorlty cannot be
excelled the world over. All alone road, vast
fields and woodland postures of fine Blue
grass, dotted here and there with splendid residences
spread out before vision in scenes of
rare beauty that once seou are not soon
and that give to this country the well
deserved aud appropriate name of Blue grass
Lexington is a city of 22.000, Inhabitants, Is
quite a railroad center and Is destined to become
a large city in course of time. Since the
completion of the Big Sandy Railroad, Lexington,
is enjoying cheap fuel, Coal for which
they formerly paid 2o cents per bushel they
nowgetior 13cents per bushel. Lexington has
an Ice factory which manufactures twenty tons
of Ice every twenty-four hours which is retailed
over the city at P4 cents per pound.
has many noted schools and abeautful
cemetery, where repose the remains of the immortal
statesman Henry Clay. A monument
one hundred feet high marks his resting place
General John Morgan the noted raider during
the late war, together with a large number of
Federal and Confederate, soldiers repose here,
side by side. Lexington has fine fair grounds
and race track aud six miles of street railroad
completed which Is to be extended through all
the principal streets of city. Taking the Cincinnati
last line," from Lexington, we stopped
at Paris to see Craddock, of the Kentucklan.
We found him reclining on a couch in his
sanctum and In quite a crippled condition from
injuries received some time ago. Paris is a
thriving town noted principally for Its tine
court houe and the oldest editor in the State.
Thedownto;n citizens of Paris are doing some
tall grumbling because of the removafof the
depot which compels them to go half a mile to
take the train. Taking the morning train
Saturday, we aoon arrived home sate and
sound. u it ben Horn.
From Another Correspondent.
Uncle Sunt Mitchell has Just returned home
from a fishing expedition m tho mountains of
Lewis county he biought homo
finest specimens of lihh and venison we have
seen this year.
R. Wells presented the agent here of the K.
C. R. R., a fine coke stove tor the use of his
olilce audcomfoit of his many lrienris, said to
have cost one hundred dollars, eight feet and
two inches high and Jong in propportion.
Born, to the wife-of Mr. W. Y. Wells, a flue
J A. Patton, Is selling his stock of groceries,
dry goods, notions Ac, lor tho purpose of emigrating
to Indianapolis, where he expects to
open up a full line of notions exclusively, we
regret to have him leave, still there is oue near
by to till Ills place.
Avery large amount of walnut timber Is
being shipped from this place via Cincinnati, to
I notfeed in your last week's Issue a uote from
your correspondent, Romeo, at Maysllck he
seems to be particularly Interested luone of the
mercantile Arms of Maysllck. and the manner
in which the K. C. R. R delivers her freight,
says, wo had better get o lot of pack mules o
carry our Height irom Cincinnati. I will Just
suggest that one will be all sufficient for that
firm but for the other firms of ids town would
advise them to procure a dozen or more apleco
f.ir their business. Come over friend Romeo,
I have a mule that will suit you and I will soli
him low for cash. Wideawake.
A fire broke out Saturday nvening on
tho lumber docks of Hamilton, McClure &
Co., six miles below East Saginaw, Mich.,
and before it was put under control 4,500,-
000 ffiefc of VJilnahlft lumhor wnHripnfrnvAri
together with the docks and trains. The
rcia i.r.lt onnnli "7X fl( f.tl.. ...l..l ' !iL'
y ANTED A situation to travel for some
y well established business, or to sell goods
in this city on commission.
d&wtfoct2.'l O.SHULTZ LEACH.
A goodsubstautlal walnut desk
WANTED for office use. Apply to
octlldff FRANK R.PHISTER.
"i jf ANTED Lodgers Two or three nice
TT tlemencan get lodging, with or without
board. Apply to of THIS OFFICE. I
HQIl It ENT Four rooms with a kitchen, on
30 Sutton street, near the Armstrong house on
Third. Apply to
uldlw YANCEY & ALEXANDER.
SAIE A good beer cooler and back
1 stand, will be sold cheap. Apply at
OlStf w THIS OFFICE.
SALE Roller Skates at cost, Sewing
Maohlue Needles and oil. A preparation for
cleaning sliver aud plated ware free from acid
and will not mark, housekeepers will find
comfort in it. Apply to C. B. ANDERSON.
SALE Three nice frame dwellings In
Foil Ward ; also a two story brick residence
on Fourtn street. For particulars, apply
to ol4 M. F. MARSH, Court street.
SAIiE A flue thoroughred Alderuey
Bull, three years old. Will sell cheap. Apply
at W.P. Watklns' old stand, Market street,
Maysville, ICy. oct24dtf
SALE Four fine building lots on the
north side of second street In East Maysville.
These lots are 33 by 120 feet. Apply at
o2idlw THIS OFFICE.
SALE Surveyor compass and chain
FOR complete outfit. Apply to
oiti THIS OFKrCE.
OST On Sunday between the residence of
I j N. Cooper, and J. "W. Sparks aud the Catholic
Church, a gold cameo Please return
to this ofllce and be rewarded. octSUtd&w
On Monday between Richardson &
Russell's store aud Beasley Creek, a box
containing forty hemp sacks, maiked A. B. lu
blue. Please leave at Richardson & Russell's
aud be rewarded.
A bundle containing plans and specifications
of a dwelling house. Please re-turn
to THIS OFFICE.
! LOST ! LOST !-A good fit If you
LOST not leave your orders with the Fifth
Ward Tailor. mar31tf J. H. WEDDING.
NEW MILLINERY GOODS,
AM receiving every day, millinery goods of
I the latest and most approved styles. The ladies
are especially asked to call aud examine
my ney stock of
BONNETS, HATS, LACES.
embroideries, ribbons, feathers and millinery
npHE copartnership heretofore existing
der the firm name of Carr & Wllsou was
dissolved by mutual consent, October 14th. All
peisous Indebted to the late firm will call and
settle with Miss Carr, who is authorized to
make the settlement. M ATTIE CARR.
o301md&w ANNA WILSON.
AVING determined to so west I now offer
for sale my entire stock of
China, Glass antl'Que'ensware,
with the good will of the house and all
in my possession regarding the business.
I have a new and well selected stook, In
first rate condition and bought at low fluures.
Any parties wishing to enter into a good, safe
paying business, now have an opportunity
The Fall and Holiday trade Is now Just on
us, aud an early buyer will get all the benefit
therefrom. In the meantime I shall sell goods
at retail and wholesale at almost cost.
G. A. McCARTHEY.
W. W. HOITON.
formed a partnership to carry on
a general' ' ',
Dry Goods and Notion
business. We have secured the house occupied
by the late H. G. Smoot, next door to Owens fc
Barkloy where wo will constantly receive fresh,
seasonable and'deslrablo goods' and we Jluvlte
the trade both wholesale and" retail to Inspect
our stock, and believe we can make It to their
advantage to do so. Remember the place No.
Second street, next door to Owens & Bartcley's.
oct21dlw&w3m MoDOUGLE & HQLTON.
SYRUP BROMIDE CHLORAL
fflHHf Re- IHBSS
THE GREAT NERVINE
It is the remedy la painful inflammatory affections
Rheumatism, cr any other excessively
painful disease as by quieting the nerves it produces
It relieves Anthuin, Palpitation of tho
Heart, Shortucm of Breath, and Hysterics
immediately not llko most remedies, requiring several
hours to experience their beneficial effects.
Sure enro for DHUNHEXNESS. Destroy
the Appetite for STRONG DRIXK.
Cures KFXIRIU3I TREMENS.
It is recommended by the best physicians all over the
country. Price, 00 cent ner bottle. Prepared by
TV. EI. ADDERLEY. Apothecary,
.oa. Sauhdebs a.md Loccst Streets, CINCINNATI, O.
Ask your Druggist for it, or send for Circular.
J. C. Kacldey & Co.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes,
Hats Caps and Clothing.
Goods always what they are receommeuded
to be. Main Street, Germantowu, Ky.
VCT JSl. I O 2E3I 3E3 &
K3TJ. BALLENG12R at Albert's China
iStore adjoining Pearce, "Walllngfoid &
Co.'s Bank. aplJOmd
to suit all tastes aud purses at
G. A. McCARTHEY'S
No. 30, East Second street.
M. W. COULTER has reopened tho
MRS. HOUSE and Is prepared to furnish
board by the day or week. Meals furnished to
transient customers at auy hour during the
TEAS ! ! TEAS ! !
I HAVE a full. supply ol the best GUNPOWDER
TEA lu the market. Give me a trial
myOlyd GEO. H. HEISER.
F. H. TRAXEL,
Baker and Confectioner
ICECREAM A SPECIALTY.
The only manufacturer of PURE STICK
CANDY in the city. Orders tor weddings and
parties promptly attended to. myodly
"S" soud oysters, per -..can 2oo
" Favorites " per cau" 35c
"Anchor Standards" per cau
" Selects '"per y2 cmi' 40c
"Selects, Extra," per K can 50c
" N. Y. Saddle Rocks,".".
CELERY EVERY DAT,
Immense stook of canned goods just received.
WE are uow receiving the most eleaaut
of BUGGIES, PHOTONS aud
CARRIAGES ever brought to tho city of Maysville.
MYALL & RILEY.
au2dly no. 7 Second, and 18 Sutton Sts.
WILL AM CAUDLE,
Manufacturer and Inventor of
T RUSSE S,
Made Double or Single for men or boys. Address
care T. K. Ball &. Son,
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
CAPITAL, $4,500,000. ,,
GEO. W. ROGERS, agent, offlcWT "Wtieatly
fc Co.'s, Market St., below Second. (JJSOm)