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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. 17, 18327" SSrTEims: The Evknjsq is published daily, and served tree of postage at 0 cents per week; 25 cents per month; 75 cents per three months ; S1.50 per six months, and 3 per year, payable In advance. SsgrTHE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY, .CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN an yoiher paper published in School saving banks are to be introduced in Iowa. The "United States export annually $8,-000,000 worth of cotton seed oil. Statistics put the number of hogs in this country last year at '18,000,000. Texas will, this year, put on the market from 3,500,000 to 1,600,000 bales of cotton. The yield of the corn crop this year is estimated to be 50 per cent, larger than in 1881. Gov. A. H. Colquit, of Georgi?, has been elected United States senator for the lonjAcrm. From official and estimated returns John D. "White's majority in the Tenth district is 1,583. Arthur has discovered thataboss is not always a boss even if he happens to bean accidental president. The man at the North pole is a Democrat. He has been making brilliant fireworks displays ever since the election. Statistics put the number of cattle in the United States at 38,000,000. India comes next with 30,000,000. Russia has 20,000,000. The Cincinnati Penny Post says there is more small-pox in that city now, and greater danger of an epidemic than there was last winter. Australia last year had 80,000,000 sheep whithin her boundaries; the Argentine Republic G8,000,000; Russia 63,000,000; United States 36,000,000.. A DuiLEK in the manufacturing establishment of Peter Ruelh & Co,, at Cincinnati, exploded Thursday afternoon, killing one man and injuring several other persons. The net Democratic majorities by states at elections this year, amount to nearly 600,000. The majority for Garfield on the popular vote was less than 10,000 over Hancock. In- Pennsylvania many tobacco crops the present season were-insured against damage by hail. In York, Cumberland, Chester and Lancaster counties, losses amounting to over $16,000 were paid by one company. Thf. appearance of the English beauty Mrs. Langtry in Rosalind, furnishes the Gothamitcs what is termed a "refined leg show." It is proper, of course, in the sense that a man who takes a hundred thousand dollars that do not belong to him is a scholar, a philosopher and a book-worm, and the man who appropriates in the same way five dollars is a thief. CniEF Bftooks, of the Secret Service of the Treasury Department, has received a sample of a counterfeit Bland silver dollar which is being extensively circulated especially in he iriat. The coin ia yery heavily arid jesisfsflc teste up)em put before applied, jt has a ring similar to the -genuine, an d,w tiftexaot weijjht. The Officers' f6f ;Ytlieeprtnienf conatdet the counterfet one of the mosTcVangerctaB that has yet appeared. NEWS BREVITIES, tf The Democrats carried Montana 1,600. it. by Idaho has elected a Republican delegate by 3,100 majority. The quarantine in Texas will be raised on the 15th proximo. The Knickerbocker block burned at Minneapolis. Loss $40,000. The expenditures on the Brooktyn bridge to date are $14,045,681. Four men were fatally hurt by a boiler explosion at "Washington ville, N" Y. Frank Carter was shot and killed at a ball at Missouri Point, opposite Alton. The first frost of the season is reported from Little Rock, Memphis and Shreve-port. Burglars blew open the safe at Brlen & Co.'s store, Hot Springs, Ark., and obtained $800. There have been 2,006 cases of yellow fever at Brownsville, Texas, since the epidemic began. A new company, with $1,000,000 capital has been formed" to build a ship canal across Cape Cod. Providence, R. I., is afllicted with upward of two thousand cases of malarial and typhoid feer. President Grevy has been seized with a sudden illness. The attack is apoplectic in its character. Secor Robeson is reported to have said that had it not been for Keifer's speeches he would have been re-elected. John Hayes has been sentenced to hang at St. Louis, December 29, for the murder of Philip Mueller. Both Republicans and Democrats claim to have elected the congressman-at-large in North Carolina. Secretary Folger was in an accident at Peekskill, on the Hudson River railroad, but escaped injury. Four persons were hurt by a collision between an express train and a locomotive at Peekskill on the Hudson riyer road. A company has been incorporated in Massachusetts to build elevated railroads in Boston or any other city in the state. It is stated on good authority that President Phillips, of the Eastern railrdad, will soon resign, to accept a flattering offer from an extensive railroad in the west. The ship Gov, Goodwin, from Liverpool' arrived at New York: with the crew of the brig Highflieri which was abandoned in a sinking condition. Jim Mace has cabled from New Zealand thai he will visit this country at once and agree to fight any man in the world for $5,000. He says he should like to meet Sullivan. Sixty women, young and old, were night as street walkers on the East side of New York. The whole batch was committed to thp work house for six months. A great sensation was created at Den Moines by the discovery of dynamitQ in dangerous" places about the International distillery. There is a good deal of about the affair. Mr. D. J. Reese the school commissioner of this county has made the following report to the Superintendent of Public Instruction : A good school has beou taught in every district In tlio countv.bul one, and the majority of schools were contlnuedfrom live to ten months Nearly every school house in the county has been unproved by the liberal donations and gratuitous labor of the patrons. In his visits the commissioner pointed out the necessity of ropalra, and It worked like a charm. Thq majority of teachers are experienced, and by the aid of institutes and educational Journals, are improving every year. The great Is luck of funds in some districts, and Indisposition of patrons to supplement the school mud in order to supply toaohors. The following marriage licenses have been issued in Brown county, Ohio, since our last report: A, J. Orbaughand Maryegnor. A. J. X'ltzer and I. J. Murphy, L. P. Am and R. C. Hassl r W. S. Stdwnrt and Kte Laypole, J. Hieltferand KatfOMiomas. 3 m m m , A BPBCJAii term of .the criminal court' will beheld gt BrcwkstiUe 'beginning' on &" against Ivan W . Bowman for murder. ! " J- ,,. j Turkers Y&nted. . thousand, live r$ Saturday, fea 2Sth inBC.al 10:80 turkeys Highest cash price. H. B. Nortiicott, nl4d3wl Sutton street. WAWTg. 'XT lady clork who can speak YV Wo German language. Apply for one week a.t nlfldlw HUNT & DOYLE'S. buy i Grandfather's Clock lrom one to one thousand venrs old. .American or European make, a periect ciopeaia, in gooa oruer. a mmiiy neinoom prefe ired . u!4d2t L.O. BLATTERMAN." To keep fiorses. brood mares or youngsters, by the month, grain fed or on grass and fodder. A ni pie stable room and convenient lots with abundance ol pure water. nov8wlt&dlw. S. .M. POYNTZ. A good substantial walnut desk WANTED for office use. Apply to octlldtf FRANK li.JP MISTER. T ANTED Lodgers Two or three tlemerfdan gef. lodging, with or without board. Apply po oitf THIS OFFICE. FOIi SAJLE. rtlkll Ull V ..n .tnt.t .!.,-. 1w... .....-. j'VKjifc CTi jjc vsuo ncvr vyj iiuicD nuguiiii X iron axle, custom made, ciieau. inquire or Ul7dd:wtr WESLEY VICROY. SALE A second hand cannon stove. Foil to nlodtf THIS OFFICE. It AB.K A good beer cooler and back tri 1 stand, will be sold cheap. Apply at olStfW THIS OFFICE. SAIjE A walnut counter with draw-1 IOR three yards long, suitable "lor a dry goods store or a cigar store. Apply to nfltf THIS OFFICE. SAIiE Surveyor compass and chain FOR complete outfit. Apply to o4tf JLOST. THIS OJb'F'L'JU. A gold opening watch charm, stone LOST white bird on It, between Muysville and Maysllck bn Wednesday, the 8th. Please return to this office or to W.J. Jackson. Mays-lick. Ky. nlldStwit LOST I fit if you LOST! leave yonr orders with the Fifth Ward Tailor. mar31tf J. H7 WEDDING. JTOJBTI. ulster ? nlStf overcoat. Appl y at THIS OFFICE. NEW MILLINERY GOODS. AM receiving every day, millinery goods of the laWstaud most annroved styles. The la dies are especially asked to call and examine my new BGNNfiTS, HATS, LACES, embroideries, ribbons, feathers and millinery notions. MATTIECARR. Dissolution Notice. mHEfcS'partnerahip heretofore existing nrni name of Car r & WiHon was dissolved byniutual c5nsent, Octobdr 14th. All peisons Indebted to the late firm will call and settle with Miss Carr, who i authorized to make the settlement.' MATTIE CARR, oSOlmtt&w ' ' . ' ANNA WILSON. Notice to Builders or Parties to Build. fjcrE have for sale, secondhand, slxtjvone VV 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 hand ast iron veranda, 28 to 30 leet long. For further information apply to L. RONS. Iron works, 521 to 527 Walnut street. nl42twlvd . Cincinnati, Ohio. Boarding and Eating House. RESPECTFULLY announce that I have I opened a Boarding and Eating House on Third street, in Poyntz's "block, where I lira prepared to en tertaip the public Jin the best style. Prices reasonable. nGdlmpltw THO MAS CONNELL. V " I i U ti 1 J tt PUBLIC SALE. A BEAUTIFUL HOME. vx'will offer for sale my place, situated Mavsville & Lexington road near.) una i i, miles Iro talning 50 acres UHLm.i ovembsr nth, 1SS2. oclock, I on tho iVshiBgtori, "lbne yJiW oJ'iMriM WfcIco land, with a iLffobd watoT and fruit trees bundance. The improve1 go ancLweit.appomtea'j usunnu baoLJlJiVillSw Is win sen on tne same day some uv IX f w&frviax&Tmtar. iiLnrnmammmtmmiomtii m luJBu iKWUTth vm U'ww JKM Dl3W2t NEW I have just opened with a fullstock of DRY GOODS, Corsets, Hosiery, Collaretts,, Laces, Ladies' Satchels, &c. Also a full line of Gents FurnishingGoods. My stock was bought very low. I intend doing strictly a CASH BUSINESS, therefore I can and will sell VERY CHEAP. G. H. COOPER, No. 37, E. Second Street, nOlm Maj'sville, Ky. J AS. H. SAliLEE, CIjAUEKOE I.. SAI.T.KE. SALLEE & SALLEE, ATTOKNEYS AT JiAW Ami Reiki Estate Agents. OFFICE ON COURT STREET seplOdly MAYSVILLE, KY. F. H. TRAXEL, Baker and Confectioner FRESH OYSTERS A SPJ3CIAITY. The only manufacturer of PURE STICK CANDY in the city. Orders tor weddings and parties promptly attended to. myBdly J. C. Kacldey & Co. Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats Caps and Clothing. Goods always what they are reccommended to be, .Main : Street, Gorman town, Ky. ; cuajjqkd' to r Stem WINDERS. QTJ. BAIjDENGER at Albert's China Store adjoining Tearce, wallingfoidfc uo.'s uanic. npwunia CHINA, GLASSandQUEENSWAHE to suit all tastes and purses at G. A. McCARTHEY'S &XZ.Xl$r &. DEPOT. my5dly No. SO, East Second street. REOPENED. RS. M. W. COULTER has reopened the HILL HOUSE and is prepared to furniali board by tho day or week. Meals furnished to transient customers at any hour during the day. myloGra JOHN WHEELER'S DAJXY MARKET. 'S"souo oysters, per can 25o 44 Favorites " per can ;.,35o 44 AuchorStaudards " per can 40o 44 Selects ,'por yt can 40o '4 Selects, Extra," per can 50c 4 N. Y, Saddle Rocks," . IIiERT EVERY DAY, Immense stock of c"nnued eoodR.Hist received. NOTICE. tljkt ti aro now the jnost eiega W, .sortmen qt, BUGGIES, PHTONi 0ABHI AGJ3 o.yr.brpuihrtojLir JSjU auflly o.,7ae90d.,nd,1l 4 ill I BUI ill Hi I 1 I lHI ifcifcH and Hys- m .X Hsiil JlJfZtJrf&Hirfaw J tl .W. & Co.'s, Market I t.,oelow second. (Jldoa)