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.jCtOf DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCT. 4, 1S82. ucbTeujis : The Evening Bulletin Is published dally, and served nee ot postage at 0 cents per week; 25 cents per mouth; 75 cents per three months ; Sl.50 per six months, and S3 per year, payable In advance. a-THE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY, CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN ANY Ol HER PAPER PUBLISHED IN M AYS-VILLE. No new cases of yellow fever have been reported at Brownsville, Texas. There were forty-five new cas.es of yellow fever at on Tuesday. Four deaths occurred. The application for a writ of habeas corpus in the "Mason case was denied. "" . ' . . The Superior court in the case of the Commonwealth vs. Joseph Wood and others, from the McCracken circuit court, has decided that the power under a license to keep a "cofiee house" does not include the power to vend spiritous liquors. NEWS BREVITIES. Small-pox is abating at Cape Town. Six hundred Jewish families have left Pressburg on account of the riots. The fire in the Castle and military barracks at Enniskillen has been extinguished. A dangerous fever rases along the coast of Central America. Honduras is being decimated. Miss Melvina Traylor was found dead in a field near OwingsVille. She is supposed to have taken poison. Several cases of small-pox have occurred at Shawnee, 0. The public schools were dismissed in consequence. The Chilian government has completed arrangements for selling the Peruvian nitrate deposits at public auction. A large quantit' of dynamite was discovered in railroad trucks at Kief, which is believed to have been shipped by Nihilists. : Miss Emma McAtee committed suicide at Ironton, 0., on Monday. She left a note stating that she died on account of her infatuation for Will Ridenour, bookkeeper for the Lawrence furnace company. News comes from Peru of the death of Dr. Geo. A. Ward at Cerrode Pasco. Dr. Ward served as surgeon during the American war. A Gal way landlord writes the Globe that he believes the bodies of the Huddy have been exhumed by the peasantry and again thrown into Lough Mask. It has been decided to bring a number officers of the Indian regiments from Egypt to England, so the Queen may present them with" war medals. The Greek Government, in anticipation of a possible renewal of complications with Turkey in regard to the frontier, has ordered the" Greek troops on the border reinforced. Mrs. M. F. Rogers, of Cleveland, while walking in Euclid avenue, Cleveland, Saturday evening, was waylaid and robbqd of a $150 diamond pin ancl $22 in money. Surgeon General Hamilton estimates that the amount expended by him in suppressing the yellow fever wfll amount to only one-halt of the $100,000 appropriation. As A. F. Lancashire, a Juttoher of New York, was on his way home on Saturday night, he was attacked by two men, who beat him over the head and stole his containing $8,200 in money. Intelligence has been received in London that the castle and military barracks at Enneskillen, county Fermanagh, Ireland, are on fire. Fears are entertained for the safety of the powder stores. In his sermon in Plymouth church Mr. Beecher advised the young men of his congregation to rebuke" Judge Folger at the polls, as having secured a nomination by the union of avarice and revenge. At Anderson, Ind., several ladies were insulted by a traveling man and appealed for protection to Samuel Trublood. The latter stepped between the man and ladies and was instantly stabbed with a sword cane. The assassin escaped on the train that was just pulling out. IS a decision home. NOTES OF THEJDAjY. f .New.4EuKlandjBv,tuemotheXQfcQmed beet hash. Philadelphia manufactured $10,000;000 worth of umbrellas last year. Richard Wagner's eldest daughter married-last-month Count Gravina. - - Mr Jay Cooke has organized a southern trip for a-number of. capitalists.- . .- , A young Boston widow this season wore a bathing dress of full mourning. ' " A society for the cultivation of church music has been organized in New York. The prairies of west Texas literally swain with plover, young doves and quail. ( , , 1 The people of Miincia are about to petition their King to put in an appearance in public. ... .The pity q Baltimore will require 540 ' ballot boxes at its municipal election in October three at each-poll. The official returns of the votes. cast at one plantation iu Maine was signed by all the local officers with an X. Among the bequests made in the will of the late Mr. Nelson Curtis, of Boston, is one of $5,000 to General Miles, the Indian fighter. Governor Plaisted, of Maine, contradicts the story that he intends to remove to the West upon the expiration of his term of office. Said a little Brooklyn boy the other day. " We don't have many nice, things to eat at our house, but mother's got over a dozen cook books." It is proposed to honor the memory of Rojrer Williams by naming after him "the principal streets" in several towns and cities of Rhode Island. Coronets were first granted to Marquises bv Richard II., to Earls by Henry II., to Viscounts by James I. Barons up to Charles II.," had only a crimson cap mounted with fur, The squirrel slaughterers of Hoga.iburg, St. Lawrence county, N. Y.,lwe had their annual shoost. There were fifteen hunters on a side. One side succeeded in killing one thousand eight hundred and the other one thousand five hundred. The sabre which John Brown had upon his person at the time he was captured at Harper's Ferry, the 16th of next month twenty-three years ago, is now in the possession of General T. G. Baylor, of Jefferson county, Virginia. In the far Southern States there are very many marriages associations, in Texas charters of such associations are filled at the rate of one a day. In Arkansas and Mississippi nearly every cross-roads has its association. The Texas papers tell of a young man named Harrison who was attacked by three cow boys and three Indians in the Nation, ancl, after a bloody battle, won the field. The Indians were killed and all of the cowboys wounded. Somebody with a vivid imagination has written to a Baltimore paper that exactly at 9 o'clock on the morning of OtoberTth the comet will run into the sun, and darkness will invade the earth for seventy-two hours, and the West be engulfed by an earthquake. They are telling in New Hampshire the story of a woman who is a member of the society with the long name that, during the summer, she has caught house flies in wire cage traps, and then relieved her conscience" by takinsjthem up to the other end of the street and setting them free. Application has recently been made in Pittsburg, Pa., to have abetter written to his aunt by a soldier while in the army during the war of the rebellion admitted" to probate as his will. Its accptance is resisted by others, who took out letters of administration within six months after his death in one of the battles of the war. Ralph Ryder, aged eighty, insisted upon being allowed to kill a bear, which was roaming around Springbrook, Wis. The spectators hid themselves, and the old hunter, waiting until the bear was within a few yards, fired with a good aim. But the beast lived long enonugh to hug and bite ite its slaver, breaking both wrists and baring his skull. James Rodes, the murderer of Mr. and Mrs. John O, Massie, was taken from the jail in Albemarle county, Va. and hanged by masked men. Some butter which was bein shown at the Louisville fair, got tired of waiting for! of the juuijea t .. - .- n ; i L CLOAK OPENING ! We will display on the second floor of our store, Tuesday and Wednesday, OCTOBER !7th ami 18th, THESE TWO DAYS The LARGEST and most COMPLETE line of Fine Cloaks and 5ATraps ,- Ever shown In Maysvllle. CLOAKS, DOLMANS, i?LAI!X and :FUR LINED 4 ; PELISSES CIRCULARS and TJLSTJESK. f In every variety,. . - - SATIN AND QUILTED LINED GARMENTS; The Manufacturer of these garments will exhibit the Cloaks In person, and take orders for future delivery. :iSr:E3SS:BXT,2? tXs oct3d9tw2t No. 2U ution tttreet. HUGH FOWERS'SOXTS -Will not bo undersold in STOVES, TINWARE, MANTELS, GRATES, Etc. EXCLUSIVE SALE OF THE "MONITOR" Attention, Owners of Stock! HAVING obtained control of Mr. t lam prepared to pasture an unlimited number of cows, horses, mules &c. The above grass has not been pastured at alldurlug tljo season of 1822. Cows or cattle lOo per single head, per day, reduction made rml nfF Ior neru uoraes or rauies, i,uu per mumu. UUU WillhUU UU . Vk.w.i Irlvnn In ntwl frnin nnJt nro 4'f.Sfl nAi tiAiirl si2vvdeodw2t CHARLES KIRK.. ' OMAHA" THE MOST PERFECT OIL STOVE,THE ONLY COAL AND WOOD ABSOLUTELY SAFE COOKING STOVE IE STOVE IN THE WORLD. WITH EVERY MODERN 13IPROVEXE V (aus28dly) CARPETS CARPETS ! Wo have just opened one of the handsomest and most extensive assortments of Wilton's, Axminisfer, Body and Tapestry BrUSSells ever seen m this city, in honor of the Tenth Cincinnati Exposition, just being opened. We cordially invite visitors to our "city to look through our immense establishment, , . GEO. F. OTTE & CO., (Between Raceaud.Eltn.) WAXTTS. (seplOdSw) T A NTE D Lodgers Two or three nice tlenien can get lodging, with or without board. Apply to otf THIS OFFICE. FOR RENT. RENT The residence in East Mays-? ville, 'formerly occupied by Thomas A. A pply to WALTER BLATTERMAN . sept231 wd FOR RENT Two good rooms on the of Sutton and Third streets. Apply to s231wd G. W. ADAIR. FOR SAXES. SAIL.E Birds Eye Views of Denver 1 Colorado, two sizes. fiO cents and SI .30, published by Cx. W. Blatterman, 32i Sixteenth street, Denver,! Colorado. Call and see tnem. RICHESON & KACKLEY, octl lwd. Second street, SAEE Surveyor's compass and chain FOR complete outfit. Apply to o4tf THIS OFFICE. SAKE A Covered Top Wagon, will be FOR at a bargain. Apply to sDd&wlm THIS OFFICE. J liOST. A pan of steel framq spectacles at the LOST Fair, Liberal reward naid If retarded to d&wlt THIS OFFICE.. Some time last night a four bladed LOST Please return it to s2!)lw THIS OFFICE. TOST! LOST! good nt if you Ju do not leave your orders with the Fifth Ward Tailor. mar31tf J. H. WEDDING. 133 W. Fourth St., Cincinnati, Ohio. BULL-DOG CIGARS. THE BEST FIVE CENT CIGAR IN THE MARKET. FOR SALE AT J. C. Pecor & Co.'s DrUg St0f6i THE WEBER P I. For power, purity of tone.brllllanoy of touch, beauty of finish and durability it has no equal. The most eminent pianists pronounce it THE BEST IN THE WORLD. Branch office, "JtluysVille, Ky., V "V fe nt hw EFMETZGERr Mianagrer. A full supply of pianos oud organs constantly ou hand, Correspondents promptly answered. Payments easy. 3j.)jJlivy.