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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. I CATLETTSBURG.
' WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOV. 1, 1SS2. !
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Now In the race for"tater" fame
You'll have to show your speed,
To get ahead of that one grown
' By honest Francis Peed.
It is a monster, sure enough,
With many iu a hill,
And of the brightest, red-head kind,
And known as "Yancey Bill." .
Judge Philip B. Swing died at Batavia,
O., on Tuesday.
The river began rising last night is now
eight or nine inches higher than it uas
yesterday. Heavy rains are reported at
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Mr. J. C. Owens, on Thursday last, as a
reminder that it was the seventh anniversary
of his marriage, presented to his wife
one of the celebrated Weber pianos. It
was obtained from Mr. L. E. Metzger, the
Miss Bertie Sadler, daughter of Mr. W.
O. Sadler, will be married this evening at
the M. E. Church, South, at eight o'clock,
to Mr. Shultz Wood, son of Mr. George
Wood, of this countv. Their manv friends
.w'sh them much happiness.
My residence on the Mt. Carmel road,
one mile from this city. The house contains
eleven rooms; there is a good barn on the
place; with fourteen acres of land particularly
adapted to gardening purposes.
Would rent house' and portion of the
ground. (novltf) H. H. Cox.
Mr. Frank Peed, who lives near Mays-lick,
is entitled to the honor of having
grown this season the largest sweet potato
in Mason county. It was exhibited in
Maysville to-day and weighed precisely rive
pounds. Thirteen others in the same hill
weighed only a few ounces less each. It
is of the red variety, very prolific and is
known as the " Bill Yancey early."
Mr. L. F. Metzger, the enterprising
manager of Messrs. Smith & Nixon's
branch house in this city has rented the
store corner of Market and Third streets,
of Dr. McGrannaghan, to be used as their
wholesale warerooms, He has established
agencies at Ripley and Georgetown,
Ohio, ond will also have agencies at at Manchester,
Portsmouth and other points tributary
to their office in this city.
There are other good cooking stoves and
A. J. Egnew & Co., keeps them in stock,
but if there aro two stoves in existence
which lay just claims to superority in
many respects over all others they aro the
OMAHA AND HOT BLAST CHARTER.
Wo have not the space here to point out
their many merits but call at our
Mrket street and' yfe $111 take
great pleasure in doing so there, whether
you wisn to buy the stove' ornot. We
consider ifcthAb8t" stoyex irr the market;
oct30d&wlm., A. J, Egnew & Co.
Safe Arrival of the Troops Change
'of Venue Asked by Neal
Accidental' Wounding of John 31. Hier-ley,
of the Emmet Rifles.
Special to the Daily Bulletin.
Catlettsburg, Ky., Oct. 31, 1882. The
state guards arrived here safely at five
o'clock p.m. yesterday. Everything seems
to be quiet with no indications anywhere
of impending trouble. Neal and Craft
were taken into court to-day and through
their attorneys, asked for a change of venue,
on the ground that they could not
have a fair trial in Boyd county.
Sargeant John M. Hierley, of the Emmet
Rifles, yesterday evening accidentally
shot himself in the calf of the leg, inflicting
a slight wound. All the other members
of the Emmet Rifles are well.
M. J. M.
Catlettsburg, Ivy., Nov. 1, 1882. The
application of Neal and Craft for a change
of" venue has been granted. Their cases
will be sent to Grayson, Carter county,
for trial. The excitement here last night
was most intense.
All night it was expected the mob would
make a demonstration against the prisoners
and the troops in consequence slept
on their arms and were aroused three
times during the night expecting the attack.
Thirty scouts were kept out all night. It
was rumored that a mob from Ashland
and Ironton was coming up to take the
prisoners from the troops. They would
have met with a warm reception had they
tried it. All is quiet at present.
The Emmet Rifles are all well and have
been notified to prepare to move at a moment's
notice. We expect to come hom
by way of the river. M. J. M.
Burt Scully killed at Paris.
Special to the Daily Bulletin.
Lexington, Ky., Oct. 31, 1882. Burt
Scully, of Lexington, a well-known horseman,
was killed at Paris by one Harvey
Stevens, with a double barrel shot-gun, at
half-past fi.ve o'clock this afternoon. The
affair grew out of a dispute about some
Points About People Here and Elsewhere.
Mrs. James Sweet is on the sick list.
Mrs. Joseph Owens, of Lexington, is
visiting her father, Robert Lane, in this
Mr. and Mrs. John Holliday, of Mt.
Sterling, were visiting friends here last
Miss Mary Daulton, after a pleasant
visit to relatives in Con ington, is at home
Mr. R. Allen Pumpelly, of near Paris,
was the guest of the family of J. W.
Mr. Charles Clarke and wife, of Bracken
county, spent several days with relatives
here last week.
Misses Amanda Wall and Maria Dudley,
of Flemingsburg, are visiting Miss Delia
Wood, f , r -' - 'ii '
Mr. Bucknor Goodman, of Mt. Gilead,
is in the city visiting friends for a few
business at a bargain. Best of reasons
given for selling. Rioheson & K ackley.
Delicate and Intricate Operation.
A very delicate jand intricateoperation
in scientific surgery was performed at the
Cincinnati Hospital, on Monday ( on Sarah
Harding, a colored woman, of Maysville,
who went there about three months ago
for the purpose of having the operation
the removal of a large tumor made by
the physicians of the Hospital. It had
been growing for eight years and had
reached enormous proportions, being almost
as weighty as the body it encumbered.
She carried it in a bag which was
larger than a coffee sack, and was suspended
from the opposite shoulder by a strap.
The tumor was of a fatty.'character, formed
directly under the walls of the abdomen,
and projecting outward, and for the most
part at the side. The operation was performed
without loss of blood and was pronounced
every way successful! Its actual
weight after the operation was seventy-one
pounds. Mrs. Harding's weight was
one hundred pounds. It is considered by
the profession as an unusually successful
performance, as the tumor was one of the
largestknown. This important surgical process
was executed by Dr. W. I. Dandridge
with Dr. E. P. Walker, the local surgeon
of the Hospital as assistant. The condition
of the patient after the operation waS
as favorable as could be expected, although
it was impossible to say whether she
would recover, but the indications were
that she will.
Farmers who are interested in having the
tobacco tax repealed, so that they may buy and
sell this great staple without restriction, will
consult their own interests by supporting Capt.
Culbertson, who is pledged to a support ol that
desirable measure. New Republican.
He is, is he? Well, is'nt it just a little,
strange that Capt. Culbertson should
pledge himself to do any such unorthodox
Republican thing ? Let us see what the
Republican record is on the subject. At
the last session of Congress Mr. Dibrell, a
Democrat from Teunessee,introduced a bill
in the House to repeal the law which imposes
a fine or penalty on any farmer or
producer of tobacco who may sell the same
to a consumer, and making it lawful in
future for all farmers or others producing
tobacco to sell their own or tenant's production
witout any license or penalty whatever.
Now leaf tobacco is the only product
of agriculture which the producer is
not allowed to sell' freely in open market,
and the oppressive and exceptional nature
of the law and the arbitrary means taken
to enforce it has long rendered it odious.
It is the only. product of agriculture which
is taxed by the government, and to deal in
which freely by the producer is a crime.
His freedom to trade in his own hard-earned
product was prohibited that the
government might have its tax. The
Democrats in Congress proposed to repeal
this law and take the unjust restriction of
sale off of the farmer and producer. The
question was taken on Mr. Dibrell's bill
and there were 131 years and 91 nays. The
measure lacked the requisite two thirds
vote in its favor a'nd it did not pass. Now
let us see how the vote stood. The Democrats
without a single exception voted for
measure, and every Republican, with the
exception of teu, voted against it. This
is the record of the Republican party en
the subject of reducing the tax on tobacco.
The Democrats asked the repeal of the
tax and the Republicans opposed it, and
at the same session of Congress required
the repeal of the tax on bank capital
with the result to lift the burden from the
banks and their customers and leave
heavy burdens on the planter and consumer
of his tobacco. , . .
- - The talk about Mr. Culbertson differing
thus widely., in ..sentiment from his
party is all nonsense. He "will do precisely
what the Republican caucus dictates,
and that will be in the future as it has
been in the past, directly against the interests
of the agriculturists and others
classes of working men..
A despatch to the Courier-Journal from
Catlettsburg says the people there have
no idea of fighting the state troops but
they are determined to hang Neal and
Craft it they can get hold of them.
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 Mayslick, Saturday, November
4, at 2 p.m.
Hon. E. C. Phlster. and W. P. Larew, esq., at
Washington, Ky., Saturday, November 4, at
2 p. m.
Hon. J. D. Kehoe, George R. Gill, esq., and
George W. Sulser, esq..ut Lewlsburiz, Saturday,
October JS, at 2 p.m. Sardls, Saturday, November
4, at p. m.
Hon. John L. Whltaker, Thomas M. Wood,
esq., aud James H. Sallee, esq., at
Saturday, October 28. at 2 p.m.. aud ut
Crawford's, on Saturday, November 4th, at 7
At the Court House, Monday night, November
eth, Hon. E. C. Phlster, Judge E. Whltaker,
Hon. Garrett, S. Wall aud others will be the
speakers. Let there be a full attendance. Remember,
congressional election, Tuesday, November
Mr. J. Rayborn and Mr. Plummer, of Lewis
county, were the guest of Mrs. W. Jones,
Rev. Rice Is holding a protracted meeting at
Mr. Howe and family left Tuesday lor Cedar,
Mr. Campbell and wife, of Glendale. visited
her lather, Mr. Durrani , of this place, this week.
Charles Spears, of Huutiugtou, was in town
Loudon, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Brook-over,
is very sick.
Bessie, daughter of Captain Power, has been
quite ill with diphtheria this weeic.
Sam True spent Sunday with his parents in
Mrs. Galbralth, who has hen visiting the
family of Dr. Heaton. left to-day to visit litr
daughter In the country.
Mr. Laport, of .Manchester, Ohio, spent Sunday
31 A n ii run.
At Flemingsburg. November 1st, Miss POWER,
daughter of I. N. Powe. of Fleming
county, and Mr JOHN E. COKD. The brdal
party left ou the early train tor Cincinnati.
Near Taylor's Mill, In this county, October
3lst, Mrs. John Brain el.
Corrected dally by G. W Geisel, grocer, Second
street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone S 0 75
Maysville Family 5 75
Maysville City 25
Mason County 5 75
Kentucky Mills 5 5q
Butter, iB lb
Eggs.fi doz li'J
Meal'tf peck "w
Molasses, faucy 75
Coal OU, '0 gal 9)
Sugar, granulated to 11
A. $ tt 10
yellow "el tb 9(3.10
Hams, sugar cure! $ t IN
Bacon, breakfast "$ fo 2ti
Hominy. icallon 20
Beans gallou 4
Potatoes '$ peck 152)
Coffee .?. 12&17
MUST BE SOLD.
tou of 1 Inch and H inch rope, 0 at ts
ONE blocks aud 10 derricks, for sale
cheap. All as good as new. Apply, for a lew
days only on boat, at landing near Mathews'
saw mill. o2Sdlw
F. S. MYERS,
Groceries, Hats and Caps
Boots and Shoes, Queeusware and Hardwate.
Highest cash price paid foi Grain and Country
Produce. JylSd Mt. OLIVET
FARM FOR SALE.
NUMBER ONE LAND.
OFFER at sale privately ray farm, contain
I ing thirty-four and one half acres, situated
on the right fork of the old Blue Lick Road,
about one and a hall miles from Mayslick. It
has on it a good dwellinu, stable and outhouses
fruit orchard, and abundance of water for all
purposes; Terms made known by applying to
. . . , CHARLES F. GARRISON.
oct25aiwtfw North Fork, Ky.