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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 21, 1882.
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wstr'i'EUMs: The Jwkning Buietin Is pub
lished daily, nnd served tree of postage at 0
cents per week; 25 cents per mouth; 75 cents
per three months ; SJ.50 per six months, nnd 58
per yeammvable In nd vanco.
mjlllb, BULliETlNIlA8 A
, LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO, THAN
ANY 01 HER PAPER PUBLISHED IN MAYS-
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Mrs. Melville, who was sent to nn insane
asylum at Norristown, Pa., some
time ago, was released on Saturday and
allowed to relurn home.
Deaths from all causes in Cincinnati for
the. past week were 110, or at the rate of
'20.48 per thousand per annum. Of these,
four were from violence.
Yeoman : The present outlook is decidedly
in favor of McDonald and Cleveland.
The Democratic press of Kentucky leans
strongly toward that ticket.
Says the Washington Post:
"A tariff for revenue Is the only tarrlff warranted
by the coustltltutlon, and such a tariff
will afford all the protection that can be given
without Invading the rights of the masses lor
' the benefit of a few." v
Perry Belmont, whom Blame tried to
defeat for Congressman in New York, for
asking the late Secretary embarassing
questions concerning the Peruvian Contracts,
was elected by 15,000 majority.
Official returns of the recent election
have been received by the Secretary of
State from the following districts: First,
Oscar Turner's majority over Grace, 1,078;
Third, Halsell's majority, 190; Fourth,
Robertson's majority, 3,914; Sixth, John
' 6. Carlisle, 4,990, Seventh, J. C. S. Blackburn,
6,019 over Asbury.
The statements are published that Secretary
Lincoln will, in his annual report,
recommend that no river and harbor bill
be introduced in the coming session of
congress, as it will be impossible to expend
the amount appropriated at the last
session during the present fiscal year, and
a balance of $5,000,000 or $6,000,000 will
be carried over to a credit of next year's
The latest document received by the
Garfield board of audit is a letter from
Christopher Tlogeksties, a glazier, of
Washington. He says he possesses one
of the bullets fired at the late president in
the Baltimore and Ohio depot, "which
lodged in his (the writer's) glass and
putty box and shattering the contents."
He sa3's "he is far from making any claim
againt the estate," but expresses "a hope
that the board will assist him in his endeavor
to make an honest living by securing
his appointment as a watchman,
or something similar, in one of the government
An Eastern scientist says: There is
now a large group of sun spots near the
western edge of the sun, and a little south
of the center. It can be seen by the naked
eye through a piece of common window
glass smoked in a lamp flame. To the naked
eye it seems to be one spot, but in the
telescope it is seen to be composed of half
a dozen separate ones close together. It is
many thousand miles in diameter and is'
tire largest that has been seen f6r years, in
all rrobftbility has some connection with
the auroras that were seen this week. Jl
will slowly pass across tho sun, taking 10
or' 12 days for 'the passage; and unless it
'breaks lip in the1 'meantime will bovisiblo
throughout its Van'ge. look forwifr,f6V
spots lafgs enou&rfcto'be seen by the nak&T
ye arb Tery ? rkrtr do tiofi Hook at1 if'
6r' BihoibdglBI, 'and. especially not
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uirougu opera glasses or a spy glass whit
out such a protection. P.
A Baltimore club pays a negro cook $2,-500
a, year for cooking terrapin.
President Potter of Union College has
offered to the students prizes for care and
good taste in arranging their rooms.
The wheelbarrow wager on the' election
at Marblehead, Mass., this year was between
two highly respected women. A
great multitude saw Mrs. Chapman propel
Mrs. High through the town.
Cremation has established a firm foothold
in Italy. At a convention just held
in Modena there were representatives of
twenty-seven cremation societies established
in different Italian cities.
Revivalist Barnes encounters opposition
from the clergy in Connecticut. Pastor
Tinker of tho Methodist church at Norwich
calls his doctrines "damnable nonsense,"
and the "fag enda of Calvinism.
If not worked young and not abused,
well bred horses will live long. A horse
belonging J. L. Garrison, of Greene
county, Pa., died last
an accident, or it probably
lived some years longer.
Joe Claxton, of St. Louis claimed Kate
Claxton, the actress, as his mother and demanded
money from her. As ho was 30
years old, the magistrate before whom he
was arraigned gallantly pronounced his
story absurd, and sent him to prison.
Thomas Loeman is a thirteen-'ear-old
cashboy in a Boston store. He and his
little brother and sister were informed on
Saturday that they had fallen heir to an
uncle's estate in Australia amounting to
$.2,000,000. The children are orphans.
Dr. Arthur lately burned to death in an
English Pullman "car, was 33, a bachelor,
and son of a Scotch clergyman. He had
been ten years from home engaged in the
medical service of Ceylon, and was on
his way to his parents, near Aberdeen,
where he was going to settle down.
One of the giant trees of the Calaveras
grove in California is named Otto von
Bismarck. An admirer of the German
Premier, resident in San Francisco, has
just sent him a five foot photograph of
the tree, expressly taken for this purpose,
and enclosed in an elaborate frame of native
Russia has concluded a new loan for
$40,000,000, which brings up the totdl
of her outstanding debt to $2,665,000,000.
What is most noteworthy is the fact that
her debt has almost doubled since 1872,
in the annual deficit in her finances averaging
$120,000,000, whereas twenty years
previous it was one $05,000,000.
A Chicago gambler imparts the information
that poker is not "a favorite with
professionals, because none of them have
any confidence in the rest. Such a thing
as square playing they do not expect of
each other, so when they play poker they
seek other than professional opponents."
If men will play poker, he advises them to
cultivate an ability to bluff with coolness
For some time tho authorities in Leeds,
England, have been puzzled as to how the
diseased meat seized from time to time
reached the town. So careful a watch was
kept that it seemed impossible that meat
unfit for human consumption should be
allowed to slip through; and yet the meat
undoubtedly reached certain shops and
was exposed for sale, The explanation is
a very unpleasant one. It appears that
the carcasses have been smuggled into
Leeds inside a hearse.
At Juno, an old Irish setter
belonging to the First Battalion Gordon
Highlanders, bravely " rushed " the
intrenchments at the head of tho Highlanders,
and displayed a coolness inside
and a courago which elicited univerLal
applause, no more minding the rain of
bullete than if she was out snipe shooting.
.Juno has long been a pet of the regiment.
When the order came to proceed to Egypt,
every one said that Juno must go too, and
go sne did; very much to the delight of
Not a little melancholy is the record
which tolls .of the death recently in 'a
workhouaei in Wiltshire, JSngland, 61
'Ghftrleti Marlow. one a famous Encliwi
jockey in days before tho Plunger becarn
jAmoui Jlyirig JQutcnman to victory in
!fiW&&4ff?vWeYiyP PPiwMfe .jEK
an natimotr nTT ! ' Yf "ll '1 1 1 1 SJ Mlfff
Wee alii (nig tho 'prof elfettfriit wearers
of the "silk" to a pauper's grave.
Orum wilLopon a
class in bookkeeping some time next eek,
any ono desirous of taking lessons will apply
to him at tho office of Cox & Poyntor as early
as possible. nl8dlw
WANTJtil A lady clerk who can speak
the Qerman language. Apply for ono
week at nl(idlw IttJNT& DOYLE'S.
Lodgers Two or three nice gentlemen
WANTED can get lodging, with or without
board. Apply to oitf THIS OFFICE.
SAIK One new two hore wagon,
. Jron axle, custom made, chean. Inquire of
nl7d&wt WESLEY VIOROY.
SALE A second hand cannon stove.
Apply to nl5dtf THIS OFFICE.
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ALK-A good beer cooler and back
1 stand, will he sold cheap. Apply at
olStfw THIS OFFICE.
SAIiJK A walnut counter with draw-1
fOK three yards Iouk, suitable lor a dry
goous store or a cigar store. Apply to
SAIiE Surveyor's compass and chain
Foil complete outfit. Apply to
;o4tf THIS OFFrCE.
gold link sleeve button.
Apply at n2Utr THIS OFFICE.
LPOUND A pair ol gold spectacles. Auply at
P nl8tf THIS OKP1CJ3.
LOST! IiOaiTI Agood fit if you
LOST! leave your orders with tho Fifth
Ward Tailor. mar3itf J. H. WEDDING.
NEW MILLINERY GOODS.
AM receiving every day, millinery goods of
the latest and most annroved styles. The la
dies are especially asked to call and examine
BONNETS, HAJS, LACES,
embroideries, ribbons, feathers and millinery
rsiHE copartnership heretofore existing un-X
der the firm name of Carr & Wilson was
dissolved by mutual consent, Ootobor 14th. All
persons indebted to the late firm will call and
settle with Miss Oarr, who is authorized to
make the set tlement. M ATTIE CARR.
o301md&w ANNA WILBON.
Notice to Builders or Parties In-
' tending to Build. r "
tjtjE have for said", second hand, sixty-one
V? feet of Cast Iron Store front, for 17 inch
wall, made for three stores with T columns,
plain style in good condition,' very substantial
and cheap. Also a second blind cast iron
da, 28 to 30 feet long. For farther information
apply to L. SCHRISIBER & SONS,
Iron works, 521 to 527 Walnut street.
nM2twlwd ' Cincinnati, Ohio.
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Boarding and Eating Hqusq.
RESPECTFULLY annouuee that I have
I opened a Boarding and Eating Houso on
Third street, In Poyntz's bjock, where .J am
prepared to entertain the public In the
uGdlraoltw THO VIAS CONNELL. "
Cf 2nL OCE St Z 32 3
Teas, Tobacco, Olgara, Q,ueensware, "Wooden-ware,
Gla&sware, Notions, &e. Highest price
paid for Country Produce, Goods delivered to'
uuy part of the city.
Cor. Fourth and JPium Streets,
BEST4FJVE CENT CIGAR IN
Tjfc MARKET. fT
OR SALE 'AT
. C. MKor & Co;
dt .'V VJIiP
QflSH Qry (Joods iW
I have just opened with a full slock of
Laces, Ladies' Satchels, &c.
Also a full Hue of
Gents1 Furnishing Goods.
My stock was bought vory low. I Intend doing
therefore 1 can and will sell VERY CHEAP.
C. H. COOPER,
No. 37, E. Second Street. nOlm Maysville.Ky.
TAS. H. SALLEE, CLAllE2JCEIi. SAIiI.EE.
' SALLEE & SALLEE,
And Heal Estate Agents.
OFFICE ON CO UHT STREET
sep) Cd 1 y MA YS VILLE, KY.
J. C. Kackley & Co.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoos,
Hats Caps and Clothing.
Goods always what they are reccommended
to be. Main Street, Germantown, Ky.
L"frj. BALLENGER at Albel't'a China
Storo adjoining Pearce, Walllngfoul &
Oo.'s Bank. aplJGmd
to suit all tastes and purses at
G. A. McCARTHEY'S
rayfidly ' No. 80, East Second street.
For power, purity of tone.brilllaucy of touch
beauty of finish and durability It has no equal.
The" inost eminent pianists pronounce it v
THE BEST IN THE WORLlf.
L. F. METZGER.
MANAGER, Branch bfllce, Maysville, Ky
:Also, The Matchless:
A full supply of pianos ond organs coi
on hand. Correspondents promptly
Payments easy. sep'iGd&wly.
TTrEarenow l'eceivlnK the
sortment.ot BUqGIES, PiJBIONS and
OARRIAGJpver brought to tltijfttf JLf
Ruauiy so. 7 oowr, ana mjvwpD aw.
W. ROGERS, agent, office at Wheatly
GEO. Oo.'g, Market St., below Second, (imm)