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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, wednesday evening, oct. 4, 18s2. bosses, & McCarthy, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. ADVERTISING HATES. g 3 2 2 Uj Space. 2. " o. a c cl a s One inch 50 60 70 80 90 1.00 Two laches 70 85 1.0U 1.15 1.30 1.45 Three luches .. 0 1.10 1.30 1.50 1.7(j 1.90 Four inches 1.20 lAo 1.70 1.95 2.20 2.45 Half col,, , I.S(J 2.20 2.60 3.00 3 40 3.80 ,One col 3.00 3.50 4,00 4,50 5.00 5.50 T,nrn1 nnHcoa fnn nontu n Hnn, Insertions Ave cents a line. ' Wants, three lines, ten cents, subsequent iu. sertlons live cents. Special rates where advertisers use both the daily and weekly. i,v"' One inch in the Daily Bulletin for one year costs So, and for alx months but S3. That Mastadou at Paris fouud, Embedded in the clay, From all acouuts seems to be The wonder of the day. But make it forty feet In length, Or any way you treat it, Just jot it down as gospel truth, That (Jraddock's sure to beat it. Germantown fair next week. The advertising season has begun. Vennor says we are to have an intensely cold winter. Jars are now common in every family fruit jars of course. It is said that watermelons may he kept until Christmas by covering them with a coat of varnish. Trv it. Sprigs of wintergreen or ground ivy will drive away red ants and branches of wormwood will serve the same purpose for black ants. There will be a street parade on Monday by the Original New Orleans Minstrels. Their band is considered the best traveling this season. It is believed that the killing of fish immediately after taking them from the water, makes them superior in taste to those that are left to die. The court day sales at Paris this week were well attended and business good. Plug horses sold from $30 to $80 ; mules $117 to $150 and cattle 5 and 5 cents. The "Golden Scepter" is the name of a new brand of very fine Virginia smoking tobacc sold by Mr. Frank Devine. It is an excellent article as all smokers will find who try it. Mr. "NVii. Chambers, of New Orleans, who was stricken with paralysis at the residence of Dr. JohnShackleford, in this city last Thursday, is still helpless and unconscious, and is not expected to live through the day. m m The Cincinnati Enquirer of Tuesday says : Nellie Gates, the unfortunate girl from Bath couuty, Ky., mentioned In yesterday's paper, was yesterday seut to the Home for the Friendless by Superintendent Reilly. Her step-father J. O, Gates, whom she accuses of being her seducer, will be held until Bath county authorities can be heard from. The latest device for swindling is under cover of an advertisement, "To those just married or contemplating marriage," promising to send for one dollar, to any address ''carefully sealed, secure from observation, a work which no newly married couple atfouldJbe 'with&ut, jetc?"vHundr1'ed8 of letters come, each containing the dollar. To each address is sent a cheap Testament, costing, with postage," about tfen cents. And it would be hard to, say wherein it does not "fill the bill." .(M.VfM V- .- , .ltiieVd ARK CLOUD Which Hangs Over the Rniued Home of ' Engineer Melville. 2new York, Oct., 3. To the domestic history of Engineer Melville there is a pathetic background, in the shadow of which has been fought a manly, heroic struggle? to which Arctic exposure and peril are but ; boy's play. And his is a soul so loyal that he will not even say half what lie might say, in the light of recent events, to set himself right before that part of the public which delights in thinking evil of a man wlf6n"itr fcan finclthe -smallest excuse: for, doing so. While -he made ample provision for the support of his wife during his absence, yet out of his $150 a month pay-there only remained for him on his return,' abalance of $5 a month- undrawn. In to this Mrs; Melyille had drawn, $5,000 from Mr. Bennett, of the Herald. From the ankle to the top of the shoulder-blade It being three feet two inches wide was fourteen feet seven inches. The head was of large proportions, measuring five feet in length.-and several in width. Points About People Here and Elsewhere. ' Mr. Hefhian Ebevsole is in Maysville, lo-day. Mr. Wm. Fitzgerald has gone to Lexington with the yiew of remaining there. Mrs. Edward Glenn, of weeks to friends in Maysville, has returned to Ironton. The last day-Melville was in Hew. York ' He was known to every merchant in tliHcltv uJ', loff 't'rnn.icoA f "of , ! aiJ au honorable business luiiu, and as a gentle- ' at the Astor House, and said to him that I wished I were going with him. " If things ,; were the same in my family as in yours," . I he said, "if I had the same happy home that you have, oil fellow, there isn't money enough in the Herald or in Washington to to induce meto make such, a trip.V The tears-ran down his cheeks as he talked of his children, and when he-wrung my hand with a good-by grip that seemed not unlikely to to be the last, -he said, wish a pathos I can never forget, " But what else can I do ?" . The. remainsj: of amastadon, this week near Paris by- workmen on the extension of the Kentucky Central railroad. A despatch to the Courier-Journal announcing the 'discovery says: The first discovered was the ankle, which, on ' being measured, 'showed a diameter of seven inches. Following up this bone, they discovered tne knee, wmen, tnrougn i etc the socket, was twelve inches in diameter. E. H. Poy liter. The Frankfort Yeoman says : Mauy persons at Frankfort will be sorry to learn that -Sir. Ed H. Poyuter of Maysville, was uraoug 'those who lost their lives on the ill-fated Lee. Mrs Poynter was for mauy years an.attacheof the house of Wm. Glenn tfcSou, of Cincinnati, and afterwards the representative ol a tea house iu the same city. He was a citizen of Kentucky, having been born uear JMt Sterling, and having a large family connection throughout the state. He was about years or age, was unmarried, and at the time of his dentil was largely engaged In the manufacture of plows at Mavsvllle. He was a partner of Andrew T. Cox the two hav ing succeeded the Arm of W. W. Baldwin &, Co. man. To Tonus: ami Middle Aired Meu. "VW take pleasure in again calling your attention to the commercial college of , Kentucky university, situated at Lexing- ! ton, Ky. At the,end of the first month of 1 its opening it had nearly two hundred students from sixteen spates and one foreign country. ? 'Hon. Vni. E. Railey, for.several years Sergeant at Arms Of Ken tuck v Leir- islature,..is among its .students.- all young men to write to Professor W. R. , Smith;. its president, and getcatal'Q'gue of ; the full coHege'"eontainin particulars. i . ' . ... , . Sales of Lanu. The following changes in the ownership of land have been recorded at the office of the Clerk of the County Court, since our last report : A. J. Wear to Joel Laytham and others, two lots of ground in Mayslick : consideration, Sl,-000. Michael Mulrooney to E, "W. Dillon, 19 acres of laud on Absalom Creek: consideration.:?!. - . ---? ... . . . . rt i m v Messrs. Nesditt & MoKrell announce elsewhere a grand cloak opening when they will exhibit the entire line of samples of one of the leading manufacturers of the country. Tiie opeuing takes place in the second stoiy of their business house, on Sutton street, on the 17th and 18th of October. Measurments will be taken for future delivery and it is needless to say the prices will be very low. Hi. . OJ1UOU IUXUUCV lUlltiU lUUUOOUeV. Same I Tnn tlii. "H lit... Ir tract of land; consideration, SI, etc. Coffee Elizabeth D. Weaver and husbaud to John S .1111 Wilson. 31 acres, 8 roods and 35 poles of laud Joseph hj. Kennard to StepheuFrogg, 49 acres of land on North Fork ; consideration. 3600. Elizabeth M. Pollock aud husband to B F. Tyler, house and lot In Germautown ; consideration, $600. .. AUA . rvinrtr h: i.nn r in wnnnp i 'nrrnn .u nntnct . . ;;, . . ii ' i i it axuij jh. vjuu.ii iu xuuuj Vyiiuuiifou acres, o me jaw mmies iiiick, uiiu cue roous ano zo poies oi lauu in .Mason county; teeth are preserved in good condition. The ideration, , , ' " -' backbone was then followed tip, and forty ; The contractors expect to begin putting feet from the head 'was the bones.of the J up the new bridge oyer Limestone creek tail. The hindquarters were exceedingly ! the latter part of :this week;- ' i large, measuring in height twenty-three feet eight inches. The hipbone was ten and a quarter inches thick. The teeth on-being weighed proved each to be two to three pounds. Atogether it is. the most astounding curiosity ever known in this community, and enough of the remains are still in good condition to prove the truth of the assertion. It is to be regretted the remains could not be taken out entire. . The Original New Orleans Minstrels. The famous New Orleans Minstrels the original company will appear in this city, at the Opera House, next Monday evening, the 9th inst., in an entirely new and most entertaining programme. It is an excellent troupe and our citizens who may attend the entertainment will be amply repaid. The Bloomington (111.) Pantagraph says : Durley Hall on last evening contained one of the largest aud finest audiences over assembled within its walls. The occasion was a minstrel performance by the Original New Orleans party the special feature of which was the appearauce for the first time in three years of Welby and Pearl (Bucher aud Fell), the Bloomington artists. The entertainment wasbrlgnt, clean and attractive throughout, and tho acts werd uniformly encored. The sketch of Styles and Maxwell and the clarionet solo of Mr. Frauckum are deserving of special mention, while the clog quartette by Welby, Pearl, Stiles and Maxwell was probably tho bast ever seen in Blpomington. Welby and Peail'a songs and dances were rendered in their usual graceful, dashing style, and won storms of applause. Jake has developed much talent as a comedian aud on the end, and in a sketch looked like a coon all over, and was extremely fuuuy. The boys raayjustly feel proud of their reception at home. The atten lance at the Cincinnati Exposition last year, was 234',216. This year.it has been up to date 24S,132. To-night a regular meeting of the Em-met Rifles will be held and all the members are expected to be present. The 1$$ of the Maysville girl of the . are small, tapering, and beautifully shaped, her 1 1 as beautiful as the , and she is without her ; her frown is a t, and her figure excites ! ! ! of surprise and a hanker- ing to em 1 i her. The case of Branham vs. Berry, from Lewis county, has been affirmed by the Superior Court. In this case it was held that in an action for malicious prosecution an acquittal and discharge by an examining court upon a full examination of the accused, is prima facie evidence of a want of probable cause of prosecution. An ap. peal will bo taken to the Court of Appeals. , The biggest royal eater since the death of the Emperor Maxiinus is Cetywayo, king of the Zulus. He ate thirteen pounds of steak for a dinner. To lie about the house and sleep all day r.uinsadog. . Right here the usefulness of the flea comes in. It 'prevents therdog from taking too much rest. Tho old fashioned preacher used to claim that he had a call 'to preach. The modern Dreacher must hear the sound of the salary I before he can regard the call. COUNTY POINTS. WASHINGTON. Rev. E. F. Hook, former pastor of the Presbyterian Churco here, but n'w located at has. .been , on a visit her.e for a few ' pays.. ' . ' ' ' Collins Blatterman, of your city. waUn our "neighborhood. Wednesday, spending the day. Collins is the, best of r;on)piuy, , , The Charming Miss Lizzie Winn, of Winchester, Ky..his been on a visit to the family of Mr. Wm. Winn. - 'D. Hunter, jr , is having a nice built on the land bought from G R. (Jill. Contractor, I. M. Liaue, of yourci.y Madam itunrr Las it that there will ben wedding In our city snuu, Ml.s's Lizzie Rinkins after a pleasant visit to the family of Airs. .V. B. Hord. and her sister, Mis. Ciiuilei W'oud, has leturned home. Heatiic te, .11 IKKKIX CHICAGO. Nov. when .'3 91 . . " corn '. 0ltJ ' !nrl liKIAtL.UAKICEr. 12 37 Corrected dally by G. W. Geihel, grocer, Second street, .Mny&viile. Ky. FLOUU. Limestone 8 7 Maysville Family (j Maysville City (1 Masou County Kentucky Mith Butter, ft i.nrd, itb Egus. doz Meal peck Chickens Molasses, fancy. Coal Oil. V, iral... Sugar, granulated "W tr. .; ;. Ji1., ' A.fl : II " yellow ' .10 Hams, sugar cure m in.. Jo;-.-, Bacon, " ft ...... "jo Hominy, fl iiaiMo: t) neans pg.'inn i . .) tt NASBY IN EXILE." CO 00 50 (JO 75 . a -vi .'10 30aii "Ml 20 3 . lo AGENTS WANTED - S.sr.ss nUbll IU Si Mil I bU voiuie of ueirly 700 paaea. FJZOFUSELY ILLUSTRATED. Printed upon fine book paper and elegantly bound, and containing n humorous and life-like description of the manners and customs of European people. The most entertaining book of the kind crer issued. Petroleum V.Naaby is Known the world over. A great opportunity forAgenlt to make money. Send for circulars at once. Address DOUGLAS JQJUOS, & PAYNE, Vlu.O. sep'Judimo OLD HATS i MADE ETEWi Cleaned. Colored, retiimmed or Blocked! over in the Latest stvie. ty J. H. 1E HAVEN, Hill House. Washington Opera House Monday Ev3ning, 0:1. 9th. RETURN OF THE FAVORITES, THE ORIGINAL NEW ORLEANS MINSTRELS Formerlyundor the management of J. II. HAYERTjY, For a period of three years. A GRAND COHORT OF Minstrel and Musical ARTISTS! Comprising none but the Lea Hug Lights of tlio Profession. Look out for the Grand Daily Street Parade, And the ONLY Baud of GOLD IHJIiMON CORNETS In the world. Admission 50 and 75o. No extra charge for securlug seats In advance at HARRY TAYLOR'S NEWS DEPOT.