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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN;
aMpXDAY EVENING, OCT, 2 1SS2
The EVENING BULLETIN is puV
limbed dally, and served tree of postage at 0
cents per wpeli; 25 cents per month; 7ceuts
per three mouths ; Sl.oO per six mouths, and c3
per vear, payable lu advance.
tmr'XHE EVENING BULLETIN HAS. A
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN
AN MOTHER PAPER'PUBLISnED IN M AYS-VILLE.
General John Echols is in the city today.
The primary electionno select a canji
date for congress in Fayette county, will
take place on the 14th hist.
The next Congressional representation
the New York Sun thinks will be as follows:
Democrats, 179; Republicans, 139;
The Commission's assessment of railroads
in Kentucky for State taxation in
1SS2 is $34,000,000," against $26,000,000 last
year, the increase arising from the greater
mileage, rather than from a higher valuation.
The report of the Superintendent of
Public Instruction will be out about the
first of next week. It will.be an
document to the people, and will
doubtless receive the consideration so important
a matter deserves.
The Atlanta (Ga.) Constitution says:
The fact that the Hon. John Sherman is
stumping Ohio in favor of a weaker brand
of beet, shows that the Republican party
haa at last opened its eyes to the importance
of the temperance movement.
Let it be remembered that the Republican
party has formed a "Patent Medicine
League," the object of which is to exempt
quack decoctions from all stamp duties,
and make up the deficiency off of trace-chains
and woolen goods such things as
many farmers use and wear.
The old red-tape postal order is to be
improved under the new law, which is
soon to go into force. A party will not be
required to fill out a blank as at present
for an order, but will receive an order
payable to the bearer at the money office
designated by the applicant. Sums of less
than So will cost three cents, and the service
is extended so as to raise the limit of
orders from $50 to $100. The order will
haye a similar appearance to a bank note.
The Republicans in the Seventh district
met at Lexington, on Friday, and nominated
Rev. J. W. Asbury, pastor of the
colored Methodist Church at Cynthiana,
as their candidate for congress. His name
was offered by Hon. W. Cassius Goodloe,
late minister to Belgium, and the nomination
was made unanimous. A despatch to
the Louisville Commercial announcing the
nomination relates how this sop happened
to be thrown to the negroes: "Ashuiy is
an able and fluent speaker, and Colonel
Goodloe thinks that his nomination will
do more to consolidate the Republicans
hero than anything that has been done
during the past five years. It is an undeniable
fact that the negroes have been
gradually drifting into the Democratic
ranks, and it is thought that this coup
d'etfit will bring them all back to their first
Such empty honors as this is about
alhthe colored people of Kentucky may
expect to get from their party friends.
Where there is any chance of the Republican
candidate being elected the nominee
is very certain not to be a negro, bu.t where
there is, not the ghost of a, '"show for success
,tho liojiqr is 'assigned to a
colored man, for. the reason' sofrankly
stated above. ' .
A spilt.has occurred amonirtheTCaliforr
nia Prohibitionists. 5 '
D. M. Aiken, 'well known-citizen of
Columbus, O., is dead.
Miss Jennie Stiles dropped dead of heart
diseas at Newark, O.
Governor Crittenden, of Missouri, has
expressed his opposition to monopolies.
At Minneapolis, a fire vin the Boston
clothing store resulted in a cl a mage or $10,-000.
Walter HctJlelland's barn burned, near
Mt. Vernon, O. Lossj $1,500. Insurance,
Rev. W.cB$ndalll arraigned in East Ohio
Conference for scandalous conduct, has
Charles Boohr, of Shreeveport, fell overboard
from the steamboat John G. Fletcher
and was drowned.
S. Wood & Co's stave factory at Marion,
Ind., was destroyed by fire, with a loss of
$8,000. No insurance. , - '
Early Friday morning a fire broke out
in the Democrat office at Bidgewav, Pa.,
and seventeen of the principal business
places burned, including both printing
offices, the bank, and the Hyde House.
The loss is $92,000. with an insurance of
Rev. H. O. Hoffman, of Lincoln, Illinois
on trial for immoral conduct, has been
found guilty and expelled from the Methodist
Says the Portsmouth Times:
Thomas Cockerell, the handsome printer
from Maysvllle. was called to Portsmouth to
make the acquaintance of a nine pound daughter,
born to him last Monday night, at the residence
of Mrs. McKlnney, on Fourth street,
sister of Mrs. Cockerell.
The grand jury at Louisville, has found
an indictment for murder against Maddox
the keeper, at the Anchorage insane asylum.
Four of his assistants were indicted
It should not be forgotten, nor ignored
that, under the benign influence of our
present tariff', which is intended to "
tect American labor" from competition
with " the pauper labor of Europe," agents
of corporations engaged in some of our
most highly protected industries are in
Europe buying up " pauper labor" and
shipping it to this country to be put into
factories whose operatives have struck for
living wages. Cipital demands and exercises
the right to " buy labor where it can
be had cheapest." How much does protection
The following letter concerning the State
tax on whisky, has been sent by the Auditor
to all the Kentucky distillers.
Amnion's Office. Frankfort, Ky Sept,
25, 1S2. To Warehousemen: To curry out the
intent of the law taxing distilled spirits, and at
the same tlm avoid much laborious and vexatious
detail W'lloh would be required In mak.
lug a report oi tuw serial number's aud contents
ol each barrel, the Commissioner for assessment
have determined to treat each barrel of
dl-stilled spirits as holding forty gafusi asses
sed at a value ot twenty cents per gallon in
other woids, to ns.sevs each barrel at a value of
$3. This is fully approved and assented to by
the Distillers' Association. Hence In making
up the Inclosed blauks for reports it will only
be necessary to give the number of packages
on h.ind on the 1st day ol October, IfcSJ.
The number of gallons will not be required
The serial numbeis may be stated as being between
certain giveu numbers, without noting
the breaks. The tax to be held by the warehousemen
uprm all spirits going out ot bond
will be at the rate of 11 ceuts upon each SIU0
valuation of spirits, each barrel beiug valued
at eight dollars.
The Commission fully recognizes that this is
a very low valuation, but have assented to it
in consideration of the very depressed condition
of the maket for such goods.
Fayette Hewitt, Auditor.
The costliest pair of shoes I have ever
seen covered the pedal extremities of. a
New York lady S39 was paid for them.
The same lady wore a pair of stockings
which' cost $90. They were made of black
silk, and midway between the ankle arftt
the knee was a green tree embroidered in
silk, find resting upon the branches of the
tree were origin puimageu. Dircis, some in
the act of flying.' "bulge," or largest
part of the stocking was a huntsman,
olad jn red shirt and VrouSerS; taking aim
at the birds jh tjie trqe. Upqn the instep
was the monogram of 'tie:lady wrpught in
gold letters, i(Befoteen the knee and upper
part of stocking were- 'eighteen narrow
barids of many varying hues;'
w.111 not be undersold In
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Wo have just opened one of the handsomest and most extensive
assortments of WiSton's, Axminister, Body and
Tapestry Brussels ever seen n tn! city, in honor of
the Tenth Cincinnati Exposition, just being opened. We
invite visitors to our city to look through our immense
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Between the livery stable, ot LsrooUs
j &. Parker aud the residence of Mrs. Julia
L'henoweth on the Flenifugsbuig turnpike, a
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a liberal reward by leaving it at
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Attention, Owners of tock !
obtained control of Mr. T. C. Campbell's
Farm. I am prepared to pasture
an unlimited uumber of cows, horses, mules
Ac. The above grass has not been pastured at
all during the season of 1SS2. Cows or cattle
10c per single head, per day, reduction made
for herd horses or mules, S1.00 per mouth.
Uows driven to aud from pasture $2.50 per head.
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R. L. Bhitoe. Clerk.
Leves aauy ai
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Leaves Maysvllle at 1:30 p. m
Woes Mondays, Wednesdays and
Friday. Couheets at Manchester with stage
for West Union. For freight or passage apply
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