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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN BY TELEGRAPH -
SATURDAY EVENING JAN 14 1882
Thrrb is evidence among democratic
members of the Ohio House of a general
preference for Hancock to Pendleton for
Presidential nomination in 1884
A kill has been introduced in the Ohio
Senate to regulate freight and passenger
charges on railroads in the State and to
prevent discriminations and extortions
At the Appellate Convention at Frank
fort on tho first ballot Mason county cast
three votes for Henry one for Hewitt two
for Desha four for Poage and one for
Kevill
Gkn IJrownb of Indiana introduced a
bill in the National House Thursday that
will interest tradespeople generally It
provides for the issue of fractional cur
rency to the amount of ten millions in de
rom inations of 5 10 25 and 50 cents ex
changeable for gold silver and silver cer
tificates bank notes or greenbacks in
amounts of 100 or any multiple thereof
When Commonwealths Attorney Cur
ran notified Judge Cole that for satisfactory
reasons he could not prosecute the indict
ment now pending in the Circuit Court
against Thomas P Anderson for man
slaughter it was certainly the duty of
J ldge Cole to have the Maysville Repub
lican name the attorney who should per
form Mr Currans duties II is failure to
do so was very high evidence of his lend
ing himself to some scheme in Andersons
interest but wo dare say the Judge forgot
The Problem Unsolved
Dr D G Brinton of New York in a
Ulo number of tho American Antiquarian
candidly admits that the question Who
were the Mound Builders is one that
still remains open in American archaeolo
gy Among the more recent expressions
of opinion he quotes Prof John T Short
1830 who thinks that one or two thou
sand years may have elapsed since tho
Mound Builders xiescrtcd the Ohio Valley
and probabjy eight hundred sinco they
retired finally from the Gulf Coast Dr
J W Foster hi his Prehistoric Races
says that a broad chasm is to be spanned
before wo can link the Mound Builders to
the North American Indians They were
essentially different in their form of gov
ernment their habits and their daily
pursuits Morgan and other ethnolog
ists connect tho Mound Builders in origin
with the Pueblo or Village Indians of the
fir West Dr Wilson of Toronto an able
investigator and a high authority nidi
cites pcnuliuiitioH in tho Mound Builder
r 1 1 1 r -
oi wuicu mi Huggesuou can oe lountl iu
s lccceding races These are the opinions
of careful exact philosophical enquirers
For u writer on popular science to assert
in direct contradiction of these views that
every known trait of the Mound Build
er was possessed by the Indian is not
only unscientific but absurd That the
Indian and tho Mound Builder were re
motely of the same origin is quite posssible
but there seems to bo every reason to be
lievo hat tljey were ethnologically dis
tinct raC3 at the time that the Mound
Builder was dispossessed of his empire in
the Mississippi Valley and the ruder In
dian fell heir to his arts Tho conquering
Latin inherited the arts of the Greek and
the Latin in turn was subjugated by tho
barbarians of the North who in time were
themselves lifted to the highest plane of
civilization by the arts of Greece and
Rome These were certainly distinct races
and yet linguistic science has
Garibaldi is reported seriously ill
John Harner killed bv cars at Bucyrua
Ohio
John Zelborsdied suddenly at Hunting
ton Ind
Dr L A Baldwin died at Montville O
of heart disease
Solomon Davis was killed by cars near
Catletsburg Ky
Thom18 Alexander run over and killed
at Stepstone Ky
Henry Vicker died at Atlanta from an
overdose of chloral
C H Gilbert suicided at Lagrange Ind
by taking tnophine
Wm Mason of Mason Wis and Jos
Spain at Portage City were killed Thurs
day by runaway teams
The Moreland murder trial at Paris
Ky has ended in the discharge of the
prisoner
Mrs Mollie McCain tried to commit su
icide at Pay ton O by hanging herself
The backwaters of the Cumberland river
nro doing great damage to property at
Nashville
Thadeous Baker and Wm Ward the
latter colored were hanged for murder at
St Louis Friday
The flouring mills of W W Manker
Co at West Libertv Kv were burned
Loss 25000
Caroline Richings Bernard the well
known vocalist is lying ill with small pox
at Richmond Va
Tho furniture faclorv of Brown Bliss
in New York was damaged by fire to the
extent of 50000
Chas Weisman accidentally shot him
self while hunting near Aurora ind in
flicting dangerous wounds
The body of a well dressed man was
found hanging to tree in the woods near
Ohurchville Monroe county N Y
The South Carolina Legislature has ap
pointed a committee to investigate the re
cent exodus of citizens from that State
Tumbulls Wagon Works at Defiance
Ohio closed up and five hundred men
who are thrown out of employment are
very indignant
At Indianapolis Jos Reifle sr and his
wife wero overcome by gas from a coal
stove Mrs Beifle is not expected to re
cover
A sixyear old son of P C Dowling of
Xenia was almost instantly killed at
Springfield Ohio by being run ovor by a
loaded wagon
Mrs Walton charged with the murder of
her husband escaped from the officers at
Shelbyville Ind Frazer her accomplice
is in danger of being lynched
Orlando Fairfax a lineal descendant of
Lord Fairfax of Green way Court of colon
ial times was found dead in bedat Rich
mond Va lie was seventv six vears of
age
The Womens Central Organization for
the Suppression of Polygamy had a mass
meeting in Jirooklvn Many signatures
were obtained to a petition to congress
At Meridian Miss on a writ of habeas
corpus William J Vance was admitted to
bail in 5000 lie was rearrested on the
charge of the murder of Warren but was
again reascd on bonds of 1000
Word has been received at St Peters
burg that Lieut Dennenhower and five
sailors of the Jeannette had arrived at
Iikoutsk on December 17th and that the
other six with Engineer Melville were J
expected snortiy
Pkesent appearances indicate the Tariff
Commision bill will be passed by congress
but in What shape it will it will be passed
is a question of the future
General Loclxn announces that ho will
not consent to the restoration of Gen Fitz
John Porter to the arm v The frank avowal
of Gen Grant that he believes that in
justice wasdone to Porter leads tho friends
of tho latter to believe that his case will
tod that an Aryan progenitor stood back bo reopened and the long standing stain
of them all removed from his reputation
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Choice Families Suppllos Try our SI tea tho best I
for
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NF Ann 1 1 URThRR the dl v Special inducements to cash buyer Hltfluwt
ittmflMJmJflIt I AIU earth priCo paid for fancy butter fresh eggs fat poultry 4o
Your patronage Jb respectfully spliclted d6 Im G W G EI8EL No 9 Second street
CHENOWETH CO
SECOND STREET
and the
BORN
In Fleming county Ky to the wife of C
Henry Iwlu sous
Burr Ridge Bracken county to the wife of
G V Taylor a sou
in Nicholas county Ky to the wile ol J B
Bell si son
In Nicholas county Ky to the wife qf John
Price a daughter
At Carlisle Ky
to the vile of John Hop-
inns a son
In Lewis county Ky to the wile of PSimer
a daughter
At Ripley O to the wile ol Mr Robert Ful
tot a son
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MARItlKD
Iii Montgomery county Ky January 10
1SS2 MIks PUSS COONS to Mr HENRY RAT
CL1FFE the latter of Nicholas
In Fleming county Miss
KINS to Mr D W ROSE
In Flom ins county Ky Mrs E DOWNS to
Mr W RUGGLHS the latter of Lewis county
Ky
In Fleming county Ky Miss UKTTIK I
ANDREWS to Mr W W DARNELL
In Fleming county Ky Miss BELLE SAN
DERS to Mr JAMES MOORE
In Nicholas county Ky Miss A LLIE HOP
KINS to Mr J T HENRY
the union
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In Nicholas county Ky
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Bes leave tonnnounco to their friends public generally that they ro aiHpiayiiiR un-
questionably the handsomest Hue of tuuey goods and other urticles suitable to the liouuayu
ever Ladles exmoitea purses in in the plush city Russia and Calf Ladies satchels in leather the latest fic minr
asesin variety ol styles Full boxes toilet sets soaps of all kinds Bfusnojofai1
11 prices Conbs perfumery etc Pure old wulskies brandies wines and gins for jnedlUnai
nci hollidny purposes Tho public will find at our establishment the choicest OHENQWM Koodoi H reason Q
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A CKOSSTHK RIVER
KIPIEY
There will be a masquerade ball soon
The G A K Fair realized about 700
Lynne McKibben of Georgetown has
been appointed county surveyor
All the horses in this vicinity that have
had the Pink eye have about recovered
Ed Brown living near New Hope had a
horse and buggy stolen from him a few
nights since while attending church in
that vicinity No clew
Timys Council is discussing the ques
tion of a general vaccination of all classes
This matter should not be discussed any
longer but should be attended to at once
We are informed by one of our physians
that the colored people aie not being vac
cinated at all
Mrs Mary E Lake has been granted a
pension
Thos Curtz son of Jack Gurtz of Levan
na O died last week Tom had been a
cripple all his life and was about nineteen
years of age
John Wood and Chas McGregor were
out driving John Kirkpatricks fine mare
and when near the residence of James
Harding in Hestoria she began kicking
causing them both to be thrown from tint
buggy John Wood had his collar bono
broken and Chas McGregor escaped with
some slight bruises about the hip
G
ARRETT S WALL
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ami County Judge
Office in Court Housb MAYSVILLE KY
Will practice in Circuit Courts of Mason and
adjoining Counties and Court of Appeals T
Julvl21877 ly
p S JUII
ATTORNEY AT LAW
dec25Iy
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Court Street
9IAYSV1LLJ2 III
I WOUT1IIXOTOX
ATTORNEY AT IAW
OFFI CO UJi T STREET
march 11 1880
F MARSH
BfAYSVIME KY
ATTORNEY- AT- LAW
Examiner or Mason County and Heal Estatfi
and Insurance Agent Speclalatteutlon given
to collections Ulllco Court street Maysville
Ky n24
pOONS SALLEE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Ami Examiner for Mason Cnaty
MAYSVILLE KY
Will practice in thoeourtsof Mason and
ng counties Special attention given to
ection of claims Remittances made promptly
Olllce Third Streot near Courthouse July 16
NEW MARBLE YARD
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ITE respectfully announce to the public that
wo have opened a marbio yard on Second
street above Yancey fc Alexanders stable and
are proparcd to furnish Monuments Tomb
Stones Freestone Pavements and building
work of all kinds promptly on short uotico
marllMy COOK fc CLARK
rR W S aioorcM Dentist
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JFVLli SET OF TJSJETII 10
tEETH drawn by SPRAi 01
lleo old stand Second street
ry ir n sunn
COUliT STEHT - MAYSVILLE KY
XMEIUOA RAN- Gas used In the extraction of teeth
At Eaglocreok Bgown county O Jan U 1883
Mrs MARSH WHALEY
Mrs HARVEY
In Nicholas county Ky Mrs CHARLES
MANN
In Cincinnati O on Saturday Jan 8 18S2
JAMES W HICKS of consumption aged
twenty flvo years
AUIillsboro KyMrs MARGARET QUINN
after a long lllnoss
At Elllnvlllo Nicholas County Ky JEFFER
SON RYE oi pneumonia
Smau pox prevails in sixteen states of f J
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TjjUtANK IIAUCSti
HOgSi AND SIGN PAINTER
glazier papor hanger tc Second street oppo
site pork house Will give prompt attention
to all work in mv line and ask but a reasona
ble prlco raur24
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CAriTAIi STOCK 210O00
JAMES M MITCHELL
FjlKfUDKNT
THOMAS WELDf
Cash iKit
soptL MA YSV1LLE KY
D- E ROBERTS CO
IKOIIUETOKS
LIMESTONE MILLS - - Maysville Ky
MAYSVILLE and Limestono and High
Grado Patent Process Flour Mlddliucs
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